The Derbyshire Returns to the 1851 Religious Census
Margery Tranter, Paul S. Ell
Derbyshire Record Society, 1995 - Christianity - 238 pages
Lists each denomination in each parish, gives number of sittings in the chapel, lists meetings held and average attendance at each.
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additional church Alfreton alternately morning ancient chapelry ancient parish church Ashbourne Ashover Average attendance average number Bakewell Belper Bishop census cent chapel steward Chesterfield Church of England circuit clergy congregation 50 Consecrated before 1800 Cost Crich Cromford deacon denomination Derby Derbyshire Dissent Divine Service Dronfield Duffield dwelling house Easter offering Eckington Erected exclusively fees Free 80 George given glebe Glossop Gresley Heanor Ilkeston Incumbent Independent James John Joseph Land Leicestershire licensed maps Matlock Matlock Bath morning and afternoon nonconformist Parish population Parsonage permanent endowment perpetual curate pew rents place of worship preacher preaching room Primitive Methodist private benefaction Rector Registrar REGISTRATION DISTRICT Religious Census Remarks returns Ripley Saints Samuel Separate and entire Seperate Signed Sittings standing 20 Staveley Sub-District subscription Sunday scholars Sunday school 50 Superintendant Minister Thomas Tideswell tion tithe total 90 township Trent trustee Unitarian vicar Wesleyan Methodist Wesleyan Minister Wesleyan Reformers William Winster Wirksworth