Old Chapel, Dukinfield :: Shared Description

The first Unitarian Chapel, built here in 1707, was irreparably damaged by a storm in 1839. Stones from the old chapel were used as the foundations for the present building which was opened on 26th August 1840. It is Grade II* listed LinkExternal link

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by Gerald England
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SJ9497 : Kathleen Esther Oliver's gravestone by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Peter Short (1939-1975) by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Armitage family vault: East side by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Memorial to Francis Dukinfield Astley: detail by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Armitage family vault: South side by Gerald England
SJ9497 : The grave of Kathleen Esther Oliver by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel Burial Ground by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Armitage family vault: West side by Gerald England
SJ9497 : War Memorial window: left panel by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Memorial to Henry Johnson and others by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Stained glass in Dukinfield Old Chapel by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Memorial to Norman Runciman Stephens by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Memorial to Francis Dukinfield Astley by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel, Dukinfield by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Benefactors to the Old Chapel Sunday School, Dukinfield by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel Roll of Honour by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Memorial to Peter Leigh and family by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel Burial Ground by Gerald England
SJ9497 : A 1766 gravestone by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Stained glass in Dukinfield Old Chapel by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Chapel Hill by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel by Gerald England
SJ9497 : War Memorial window: centre panel by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Benefactors to the Old Chapel, Dukinfield by Gerald England
SJ9497 : Old Chapel Vestry door by Gerald England

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Created: Sun, 25 Mar 2018, Updated: Mon, 26 Mar 2018

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