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Other Churches in Hastings (1851)

1851 Religious Census of Sussex

At the time of the Religious census in the Spring 1851 there were many more places of worship than there is today.

I am attempting to obtain pictures or drawings of these churches/ chapels or meeting houses - but in the meantime here are the details as written in the Religious Census of 1851

Display # 
 Date Item Title   Hits
10 Jul  Ebenezer Calvinist Baptist Chapel   601
10 Jul  Providence Independent Chapel   511
10 Jul  Wesley Chapel, Hastings   645
10 Jul  Zoar Chapel - Protestant Calvinist   507
10 Jul  Wellington Square, Baptist Chapel   546
10 Jul  St Mary Magdalen, Anglian   609
10 Jul  All Souls Temporary Church, St Leonards   507
10 Jul  St Leonards Chapel, St Leonards   659
10 Jul  Wesleyan Chapel, Norman Road   557
10 Jul  St Andrews Church, St Leonards on Sea   842
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Results 1 - 10 of 10
  Old Photographs (1 items)
  Brett Manuscripts 1828-64 (Memoirs) (10 items)
  East Sussex Record Office (3 items)
  Ebenezer Chapel (1 items)
  Holy Trinity (Priory) (6 items)
  All Saints Church, Hastings (6 items)
  St Clements Church, Hastings (5 items)
  St Clements Church Halton (4 items)
  Croft Chapel (NonConformist) (3 items)
  St Helens Church, Ore - Old & New (7 items)
  St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings (5 items)
  Other Churches in Hastings (1851)
  Local Items of Interest (8 items)
  Genealogical Information (2 items)

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