Stalybridge - Congregationalist


Trinity Street/Dean Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire.



This church had a graveyard.


This church was founded in 1831. It closed in 1999.

1831: Chapel opened, with the congregation moving in from the King Street Chapel.
1860: Original Chapel demolished.
1861: New chapel built on the same site.
1999: Chapel closed and replaced by a new chapel on Baker Street.


In due course we hope to include a brief summary of the available Registers and similar documents for this church here, together with details of where these can be viewed.


This church was located somewhere near to OS grid reference SJ9634598497, which you can view on these 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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