Hampshire

chapels registered before 1867

Location of Primitive Methodist chapels in Hampshire 1867
This work incorporates historical material provided by the Great Britain Historical GIS Project and the University of Portsmouth through their web site A Vision of Britain through Time (https://www.VisionofBritain.org.uk).

This is a list of chapels that had been registered by 1867. Remember that registration was not compulsory. As registration was valid until cancelled, however, there may be duplication: i.e.  both the old and new chapels in a place may be listed. We have also discovered that the official location may not be the same as the name by which the chapel is commonly described. In 1867 the villages of Damerham and Martin were in Wiltshire.

Unless otherwise stated each of these places of worship is described as a chapel.

The numbers on the list relate to places, and match those on the map. The base map is provided under this link

Use the search box to find out more about a chapel.

ChapelNotesRegistration District
Andover, East Street1Andover
Ashfordhill, Kingsclere2Kingsclere
Barton Stacey3Andover
Basingstoke, Flexpool4Basingstoke
Baughurst5Kingsclere
Bevois Town6Southampton
Burghclere7Kingsclere
Buriton8Petersfield
Cadnam9New Forest
Charlton10Andover
Chatter Alley, Wootton St. Lawrence11Basingstoke
Damerham12Fordingbridge
East End, BoldreA building in the occupation of James State, Blacksmith13Lymington
East End, near LymingtonA buildingLymington
Easton14Winchester
Faccombe15Andover
Fleet Pond16Hartley Wintney
Frogmore, East MeonA building in the occupation of George Noble17Petersfield
Goodworth Clatford18Andover
Gunville, Beulah19Isle of Wight
HambledonA building20Droxford
Hambledon, EbenezerDroxford
Hambledon, High StreetA building in the occupation of Abraham Chalk, traderDroxford
Hedge End21South Stoneham
KimptonA dwelling house22Andover
Kingsclere23Kingsclere
Lechford24Stockbridge
Little SombornePreaching Room25Stockbridge
Longstock26Stockbridge
Martin27Fordingbridge
Meon Stoke28Droxford
Netley, HoundA dwelling house29South Stoneham
Newbridge, Calbourne to Yarmouth RoadAdjoining a cottage occupied by John Harding30Isle of Wight
Newport, Pyle Street31Isle of Wight
Newtown32Romsey
Ningwood, BethesdaP of Shalfleet33Isle of Wight
Nomansland34New Forest
North Waltham35Basingstoke
Northwarnborough36Hartley Wintney
Old BasingPart of a building in the occupation of William Eccott, tenant of John Russell37Basingstoke
Old Park near BramdeanDwelling house in the occupation of John Poor, Labourer38Alresford
Otterbourne Hill39Winchester
PamberA building40Basingstoke
Pithall, St. Lawrence Wootton41Basingstoke
Plastow Green, Kingsclere42Kingsclere
Ramsdell, St. Lawrence WoottonPart of a building in the occupation of John Frome43Basingstoke
Ryde, Star Street, Bethel44Isle of Wight
Sandleheath45Fordingbridge
Sandown46Isle of Wight
Shirley, Pound Street47South Stoneham
Shirrell HeathA building48Droxford
Shirrell Heath, ZionDroxford
Sholan Common, Hound49South Stoneham
Silchester Common50Basingstoke
Southampton, St. Mary Street51Southampton
Stockbridge, High Street52Stockbridge
Stoke, St. Mary Bourne53Whitchurch
Stroud Common, Steep54Petersfield
Sutton ScotneyA room55Winchester
SwanmoreChapel56Droxford
Swanmore, near Bishops WalthamPreaching RoomDroxford
Sway57Lymington
Tadley58Kingsclere
Totton59New Forest
Upper WoottonA building60Basingstoke
Vernham’s Deane61Andover
Vernham’s Deane, Little DownAndover
WarnfordA building in the occupation of William Batt62Droxford
West Cowes, Market Hill63Isle of Wight
West TisteadDwelling house in the occupation of Thomas Languish, Labourer64Alresford
WestmeonThe Kitchen of Jeremiah Simm’s house65Droxford
Whitchurch, The Lynch66Whitchurch
Wield67Alton
Winchester, Parchment Street68Winchester
Wootton69Lymington
World’s End, Hambledon, Bethel70Droxford

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