From [Frederick] Rosier Lee at `Aldersgate', Murray Road, Selsey, Sussex, to Lewis Court.
He understands that Court is preserving Bible Christian relics and is wondering if Court has a copy of the enclosed `Conference gathering'. It was given to Lee when he was stationed in the Hicks Mill Circuit in Cornwall and is unfortunately undated. It is certainly an `antique' by the look of the clerical dress and Lee recognises [?James] Thorne in the front row.
He is a member of a Bible Christian section of the Chichester Circuit and there are still a few people here at Sesley who remember names of Bible Christian ministers of half a century ago.
The building [chapel] here is looking beautiful after its renovation, and is being well maintained.
- Frederick Rosier Lee (1891-1955) was born in Portsmouth, Hants, and entered the United Methodist ministry in 1915 after training at Victoria Park College. He served for thirty-eight years in home circuits before ill health forced his retirement in 1953. Source: Beckerlegge and M R 12 May 1955, p.4