Ref No

Q/RR/12

Protestant Meeting Houses

The Toleration Act 1 Wm and M c18 (1688) obliged dissenting congregations to register their places of meeting with the bishop or archdeacon or with the justices of the peace. An Act of 52 Geo IV c 155 (1812) required that places registered should also be returned to the alternative registration authority.

Requests for the registration of Protestant dissenting meeting houses for places as below often signed by several persons

1714-1852

Q/RR/12/1

Killis House, Kilburn and William Bott's home Chelmorton

 

1714

Q/RR/12/2

Measham (Antepedo Baptist)

 

1763

Q/RR/12/3

Sawley

 

1767

Q/RR/12/4

Measham, the Meeting House

 

1767

Q/RR/12/5

Little Hallam, the Meeting House

 

1767

Q/RR/12/6

Packington, the Meeting House

 

1767

Q/RR/12/7

Spondon

 

1770

Q/RR/12/8

Crich

 

1770

Q/RR/12/9

Sandiacre

 

1770

Q/RR/12/10-11

Norton, Lightwood Lane

 

1774

Q/RR/12/12

Grindleford Bridge

 

1776

Q/RR/12/13

Eyam

 

1776

Q/RR/12/14

Chesterfield

 

1778

Q/RR/12/15

Hollington 1776, not licensed

 

 

Q/RR/12/16

Hathersage

 

1778

Q/RR/12/17

Chesterfield, facing Swine Green

 

1778

Q/RR/12/18

Melbourne, on the Connary (Independent)

 

1779

Q/RR/12/19

Ilkeston (Independent)

 

1779

Q/RR/12/20

Tideswell

 

1779

Q/RR/12/21

Burbage

 

1780

Q/RR/12/22

Chesterfield

 

1780

Q/RR/12/23

Matlock, the Meeting House (Independent)

 

1780

Q/RR/12/24

Derby, the Cross Lanes (Independent)

 

1782

Q/RR/12/25

Tideswell

 

1782

Q/RR/12/26

Cromford Chapel

 

1782

Q/RR/12/27

Middleton by Wirksworth, at Stile Croft Side (Independent)

 

1786

Q/RR/12/28

Compton (Presbyterian)

 

1786

Q/RR/12/29

Sawley, New Meeting House

 

1787

Q/RR/12/30

Breaston

 

1787

Q/RR/12/31

Shardlow

 

1787

Q/RR/12/32

Hartington, Church Sterndale (Methodist)

 

1788

Q/RR/12/33

Ashover, Over End (Methodist)

 

1788

Q/RR/12/34

Quarndon (Independent)

 

1788

Q/RR/12/35

Ashford

 

1788

Q/RR/12/36

Repton (Independent)

 

1788

Q/RR/12/37

Barrow upon Trent (Independent)

 

1790

Q/RR/12/38

Bakewell, on Fly Hill (Independent)

 

1791

Q/RR/12/39

Tideswell (Presbyterian)

 

1791

Q/RR/12/40

Stanton by Dale, the Club Room

 

1792

Q/RR/12/41

North Wingfield at Handley

 

1792

Q/RR/12/42

Ticknall, Methodist Meeting House

 

1792

Q/RR/12/43

Ilkeston (General Baptist)

 

1793

Q/RR/12/44

Smalley (General Baptist)

 

1793

Q/RR/12/45

Tideswell

 

1793

Q/RR/12/46

Staveley

 

1794

Q/RR/12/47

Eckington Methodist Meeting House

 

1794

Q/RR/12/48

Pinxton

 

1794

Q/RR/12/49

South Normanton

 

1794

Q/RR/12/50

Chesterfield, Saltergate

 

1795

Q/RR/12/51

Hathersage

 

1795

Q/RR/12/52

Rosliston (General Baptist)

 

1796

Q/RR/12/53

Baslow (Methodist)

 

1796

Q/RR/12/54

Bakewell (Methodist)

 

1796

Q/RR/12/55

Draycott

 

1796

Q/RR/12/56

Swanwick

 

1796

Q/RR/12/57

Measham

 

1797

Q/RR/12/58

Hartshorne

 

1797

Q/RR/12/59

Norton

 

1797

Q/RR/12/60

Belper (Methodist)

 

1798

Q/RR/12/61

Belper (Indepdenent)

 

1799

Q/RR/12/62

Norton, Norton House

 

1799

Q/RR/12/63

Quarndon (Methodist)

 

1799

Q/RR/12/64

Derby, Irongate, in a former silk mill (Quaker)

 

1800

Q/RR/12/65

Buxton

 

1800

Q/RR/12/66

Brimington

 

 

Q/RR/12/67

Bolsover

 

1800

Q/RR/12/68

Horsley Woodhouse

 

1800

Q/RR/12/69

Great Hucklow

 

1800

Q/RR/12/70

Sawley (General Baptist) signed by many persons including women

 

1800

Q/RR/12/71

South Normanton

 

1800

Q/RR/12/72

Ashbourne, Sion Chapel (Independent)

 

1801

Q/RR/12/73

Allestree (Independent)

 

1801

Q/RR/12/74

Stanton in the Peak

 

1802

Q/RR/12/75

Beeley

 

1802

Q/RR/12/76

Pilsley

 

1802

Q/RR/12/77

Buxton (Presbyterian)

 

1802

Q/RR/12/78

Ticknall, Bucknall's Yard (General Baptist)

 

1802

Q/RR/12/79

Bradwell (General Baptist)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/80

Bradwell (Presbyterian)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/81

Bakewell, Ashford Lane (General Baptist)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/82

Ashford (Presbyterian)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/83

Pentrich (Presbyterian)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/84

Stoney Middleton (Presbyterian)

 

1803

Q/RR/12/85

Sandiacre (Methodist)

 

1804

Q/RR/12/86

Bakewell, Mill End (Independent)

 

1804

Q/RR/12/87

Newbold (Methodist)

 

1805

Q/RR/12/88

Ilkeston (Methodist)

 

1807

Q/RR/12/89

Chaddesden

 

1807

Q/RR/12/90

Derby St Alkmund's, Saint Helen's Street (Quaker)

 

1810

Q/RR/12/91

Derby All Saints, Irongate, lately a Quaker meeting room in future to be used by a Congregation of Protestants (sic)

 

1812

Q/RR/12/92

Turnditch [? Methodist signed by same minister as Q/RR/12/94]

 

1813

Q/RR/12/93

Belper, Hopping Hill [? Methodist, signed by same minister as Q/RR/12/94]

 

1813

Q/RR/12/94

Milford (Methodist)

 

1813

Q/RR/12/95

Derby St Peters, Burton Road

 

1813

Q/RR/12/96

Selston [?Methodist, signed by same minister as Q/RR/12/94]

 

 

Q/RR/12/97

Yeaveley

 

1813

Q/RR/12/98-99

Whaley in Bolsover 1815 with Clerk of the Peace's certificate of delivery for registration 1815

 

1815

Q/RR/12/100

Stanfree

 

1815

Q/RR/12/101

Stoney Houghton

 

1815

Q/RR/12/102

Stancliffe

 

1815

Q/RR/12/103

Borrowash (Methodist New Connexion)

 

1817

Q/RR/12/104

Chesterfield, Bethesda Chapel in Beetwell Street

 

1817

Q/RR/12/105

Tideswell

 

1822

Q/RR/12/106

Tideswell

 

1822

Q/RR/12/107

?Glossop, Shepley Mill

 

1824

Q/RR/12/108

Dronfield, Cowley

 

1825

Q/RR/12/109

Clowne

 

1826

Q/RR/12/110

Wingerworth, Stubbing

 

1826

Q/RR/12/111

Ashover, Hay

 

1826

Q/RR/12/112

Bugsworth [Buxworth] (Independent)

 

1827

Q/RR/12/113

Ilkeston

 

1829

Q/RR/12/114

Hayfield (Congregational)

 

1835

Q/RR/12/115

Dronfield

 

1837

Q/RR/12/116

Clowne, Wesleyan Chapel

 

1839

Q/RR/12/117

Charlesworth, Baptist Chapel

 

1839

Q/RR/12/118

Bolsover

 

1840

Q/RR/12/119

Wingerworth

 

1840

Q/RR/12/120

Mosborough, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

 

1841

Q/RR/12/121

Brampton, Holymoorside, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

 

1841

Q/RR/12/122

Clowne, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

 

1841

Q/RR/12/123

Pentrich, Street Lane

 

1842

Q/RR/12/124

Derby

 

1824

Q/RR/12/125

Little Longstone

 

1844

Q/RR/12/126

Offcote and Underwood (Primitive Methodist)

 

1846

Q/RR/12/127

Middleton by Wirksworth (Primitive Methodist)

 

1846

Q/RR/12/128

Newbold Moor, Primitive Methodist Chapel

 

1848

Q/RR/12/129

Ripley, chapel fronting the Alfreton and Derby Turnpike Load (Methodist)

 

1848

Q/RR/12/130

Ashbourne, in the Middle Cale

 

1850

Q/RR/12/131

Youlgreave

 

1850

Q/RR/12/132

Matlock Bath (formerly a saloon)

 

1850

Q/RR/12/133

Heanor, fronting towards the road from Derby to Mansfield (Wesleyan Methodist)

 

1850

Q/RR/12/134

Wingerworth

 

1851

Q/RR/12/135

Ripley (Primitive Methodist)

 

1851

Q/RR/12/136

Tideswell

 

1852

Q/RR/12/137

Stanton [in the Peak] Stanton Hill Side (Wesleyan Methodist)

 

1852

Q/RR/12/138

Ashover, the Lea (Methodist)

 

nd

Q/RR/12/139

Caldwell

 

nd

Q/RR/12/140

Church Broughton

 

nd

Q/RR/12/141

Doveridge

 

nd

Q/RR/12/142

Hathersage

 

nd

Q/RR/12/143

Hulland Ward, Cross of Hands

 

nd

Q/RR/12/144

Marple Bridge Chapel (Independent)

 

nd

Q/RR/12/145

Measham (Methodist)

 

nd

Q/RR/12/146

Repton

 

nd

Q/RR/12/147

Stapenhill

 

nd

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