This is a list of chapels that had been registered by 1867. Remember that registration was not compulsory. Evidence from other sources suggests that both denominations had another three chapels in the county. As registration was valid until cancelled, however, there may be duplication: i.e. both the old and new chapels in a place may be listed, as with the Loveday Street chapel in Birmingham. We have also discovered that the official location may not be the same as the name by which the chapel is commonly described.
In Warwickshire the Methodist New Connexion were restricted to Birmingham, whereas the United Methodist Free Churches had a wider presence.
Unless otherwise stated each of these places of worship is described as a chapel.
The numbers on the list relate to places, and match those on the map. The base map is provided under this licence
Use the search box to find out more about a chapel.
|Birmingham, Icknield Port Road||A room in the Globe Works||MNC||1||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Mosely Street||MNC||2||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Icknield Street, West Ladywood||School and chapel||MNC||3||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Unett Street||MNC||4||Birmingham|
|Aston, Upper Trinity Street||Wesleyan Reformers||5||Aston|
|Birmingham, Bath and Loveday Street||Association chapel||United Methodist Free Churches||6||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Loveday Street, Argyle Rooms||Methodist Free Churches||6||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Branston Street||Wesleyan Reformers||7||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Hope Street||Wesleyan Reformers||8||Birmingham|
|Birmingham, Moor Street||Mr Wilkins’s Building Society Club Room, back of Temperance Hotel||Methodist Free Churches||9||Birmingham|
|Glascote||A building||United Methodist Free Churches||10||Tamworth|
|Leamington, Warwick Street||United Methodist Free Churches||11||Warwick|
|Nuneaton, Budgage Yard, Abbey Street||A building belonging to Thomas Payne||Free Methodists||12||Nuneaton|
|Wilncote, Ebenezer||United Methodist Free Churches||13||Tamworth|