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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury Protestant nonconformity

    to form the Congregational Church of Westbury . 67 The Upper Chapel was then closed and all services held in the Old Chapel . In 1960 the Upper Chapel , a plain red-brick building, was used as a builder's store.

    Parishes Compton Wyniates

    inwards to meet the side of the purlin. The chamber is known as the Priests' Room, also the ' Upper Chapel ', probably comparatively recent appellations, which have given rise to many unauthenticated stories of 'Popish plots', 'hiding-holes', & c.

    Parishes Tirley

    1837 was replaced two years later by a chapel, 309 called the Lower Chapel , in contrast to the Upper Chapel of the Methodists. In 1851 it was used by Bible Christians; 310 no later record of it has been

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY PRIVATE TREATY, B Y JAMES WH~fITEHOUSE, Auctioneer and House Agent. 41, King Street, Dudley, namely-Two HOUSES, situate in Upper Chapel Slrect, now occupied by William Lees. and one vond; Eight ditto, situate in Lowver Chapel Street, now occupied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lot,,at he our ofMr.Thmas luteatheeduo Dtartin LOT, 1,-All those Two FREEHOLD DWVELLING M OUSYS, eituated in and fronting0 to 'Upper Chapel Strum,oV TivIdale, with the outrikbdldlnors sod APPurteusOce thereto betoeginig, nowin the xe- opeetive occupatloor a Witiam Lees and Joseph Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e sl.olt n T'ivtidi.i R0o.d lu the ps-ri6h or towley I Iegis at a point 2i0 feet west of Upper Chapel Street amn measured k from that point in a yeansvardly direetion along the sald Tramtway cad except for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. LEE, Solicitorsl ounder the said Fiat. Leeds, 111th August, 1830, Sermons were preached on Sunday, at Heckmotld. wike Upper Chapel, by the Rev. J. Ely, of Leeds., for the Sunday School-collections £28 18s. 3d. ROCHDAL3.-THE i)iOANGE LODGrEs.-Considerable interest has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    78, bMts. Atn Bowliig, of Hecklnondwike. She wits the last surviving nember received into the church connected with the Upper Chapel, ii that village, in her 16th year, by the R1ev. Jlames Scott, tutor of the college for- muerly held Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Englishman's b rief on behalf of his national church., 1884

    building in the occupation of Abraham Sykes , coal-miner, Littletown , Liver- sedge. 9329 . Boys' and Girls' Schools, Upper Chapel , Heck - mondwike. 18,069. Chamber in a building belonging to George Tol- son, Wellington Road , Dewsbury . Subscribers-only content

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