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. At this time all of what is now Greater London south of the Thames was part of Surrey. The county was not a stronghold of Primitive Methodism.
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 licence
Use the search box to find out more about a chapel.
|Bath Street (no.4) Commercial Road||2||Camberwell|
|Brixton, 27 Effra Parade||A building||3||Lambeth|
|Chobham, High Street||A building now occupied by Mr. James Chapman||4||Chertsey|
|Croydon, Prospect place, Sumner Road||5||Croydon|
|Croydon, Wandle Road||Croydon|
|Farnham, Hunter’s Yard, West Street||Preaching Room||6||Farnham|
|Godalming, Bridge Street||New Public Hall||7||Guildford|
|Ham, Ham Street||A building||8||Kingston|
|Horley, near Station||Building||9||Reigate|
|Kingston, Canbury Passage||10||Kingston|
|Lower Norwood, Windsor Road||Building||11||Lambeth|
|Meadhole, Reigate||A building||13||Reigate|
|Peckham, Hill Street||Girls’ British School||14||Camberwell|
|Surbiton, Alpha Road||A building||15||Kingston|
|Walworth, 113 East Street||16||Newington|
|Walworth, East Street||Newington|
|Woking, High Street, The Market House||17||Guildford|