South Hylton Primitive Methodist chapel

Return from South Hylton Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
transcribed by David Tonks

The 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship contains a return from South Hylton Primitive Methodist chapel.  It turns out that South Hylton  Primitive Methodist chapel is the same place as Hylton Primitive Methodist chapel and the information has been combined on the Hylton chapel   page.

This page now appears only in the 1851 Census category.

Comments about this page

  • Thanks Richard. I have merged all the information onto the Hylton chapel page.

    By Christopher Hill (24/08/2020)
  • It is my understanding that Hylton and South Hylton PM were one in the same. North Hylton was the Wesleyan chapel and of course the Independents had chapels at Hylton and still do at South Hylton.

    The Sunderland Echo for 18 May 1880, records that the previous day, Mrs Browning had laid the foundation stone for a new chapel at Lower High Street, South Hylton for the Primitive Methodists. The chapel was to cost £650. Following the stone-laying, 350 people sat down to a tea meeting and over the course of the day, £195 11s 3d was raised towards the cost of the chapel. This building continued in use until closure some time before 2012

    By Richard Jennings (22/08/2020)

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