St James, (Kemptown, St Mary the Virgin)

Denomination:

Anglican.

Internet:

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Address:

St James's Street, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 531630, 104010, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

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Baptisms:

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Burials:

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Marriages:

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Monumental inscriptions:

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Images:

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Building information:

Built: 1810 Reb. 1875.

Demolished: 1951.

Architect: Edmund Scott & Hyde.

Style: Early English in flint and red brick. Stained glass by Kempe.

Current use: Demolished.

Documents:

There is 1 document concerning this church in the OPC database.

Publications:

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Notes:

Replaced an earlier proprietary chapel of St James (1810) which later was associated with the ritualist priest John Purchas. It was hidden from the road behind shops and could be reached only along a narrow passage. John Purchas, curate from 1866, controversially introduced Ritualist practices at services; he was prosecuted for this, and banned for a year by the Bishop of Chichester. After its demolition in September 1950, some fixtures went to St Mary the Virgin Church, and a side chapel there was dedicated to St James.

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