Stalybridge - Congregationalist

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Trinity Street/Dean Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire.

Contents

Graveyard

This church had a graveyard.

History

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.

Records

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.

Maps

This church is located at Lat/Lon 53.482928/-2.055084 (OS Grid Reference SJ9634598497), which you can view on this selection of on-line maps:

Contributors

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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