Stalybridge - Methodist (United Free)

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Booth Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire.



We do not yet know whether or not this church had a graveyard.


This church was founded in 1849. It has now been demolished, but we do not yet know when.

1849: Booth Street Chapel built.
1877: Chapel enlarged.
1960's: Chapel demolished when the surrounding area was redeveloped.
Prior to the Chapel being built, the congregation met in a workshop in Quarry Street (behind the Freemasonís Arms on High Street).


Manchester Archives:
Membership Registers-1897-1928.


This church is located at Lat/Lon 53.478473/-2.065582 (OS Grid Reference SJ9564898002), which you can view on this selection of on-line maps:


A special thanks to the following people who have contributed information for this page: Jim Plant. If you can contribute any of the missing information, then please use the 'contribute information' link at the bottom of this page to get in-touch.

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