Tipton Toll End Primitive Methodist chapel

The 1867 Register of chapels lists four Primitive Methodist chapels in Tipton – Aston Street, Bell StreetRailway Street and Toll End.

The Annals of Tipton website tells us a little more.  “A chapel was built at Toll End in 1842 at a cost of £409 which was later modified at a cost of £626.6s.6d. It could seat 487 people, and had an average attendance of 350.”

Where was the Toll End chapel and what happened to it?  Is it the same chapel as at Aston Street in Toll End?

Source:

Annals of Tipton website, accessed December 3rd 2022 at:  http://www.historywebsite.co.uk/articles/Tipton/churches.htm  

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  • According to the website Black Country Parish Registers https://blackcountryparishregisters.weebly.com/tipton-toll-end.html

    this chapel is the one in Aston Street. The registers from 1846 to 1967 are deposited in Sandwell Archives, and they have been transcribed for the benefit of those of us who are unable to view the originals (on the said website)

    By Philip Thornborow (19/02/2024)

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