Former Chapels and preaching places in the Oxford area

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Lower Heyford

Upper Heyford – probably a licensed meeting place, registered in 1849 and in use until the 1880s. No existing records remain.

Combe – a chapel was built between 1861 and 1863 and was extended in 1882 before closing in 1932. A register of baptisms from 1862 – 1924 is on deposit in the Oxfordshire History Centre.

Cold Harbour – an area towards the southern end of Abingdon Road in Oxford. Probably a preaching location only. There are no existing records of a chapel having been built in this area.

Iffley – probably a reference to the congregation that was to re-occupy the Wesleyan Church at Rose Hill after 1860.

Steeple Aston Рa chapel in South Street was opened in 1852. It was used for worship until 1968 when it was converted into a private residence.


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