St Margaret, (Brighton, St Paul)

Denomination:

Anglican.

Internet:

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Address:

Canon Place, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 530750, 104250, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

Incumbents:

Currently there is no incumbent information available.

Registers:

Baptisms:

There are 153 baptisms in the OPC database.

IGI Batch: C148421 (1870 ~ 1881).

Burials:

There are no burials in the OPC database.

No burial IGI batches known.

Marriages:

There are no marriages in the OPC database.

No marriage IGI batches known.

Monumental inscriptions:

There are no monumental inscriptions in the OPC database.

Images:

New Roughwood Churches Album has 5 images of this church.

There are 2 images of this church in the OPC database.

Building information:

Built: 1824.

Closed: 1956.

Demolished: 1959.

Architect: Charles Busby (Elleray suggests Isaac Clarke?).

Style: Neo classical, stucco. Ionic portico, cupola bell turret. Chancel and alterations by J Oldrid Scott (1874-9).

Current use: Demolished.

(Site occupied by the enormous Sussex Heights tower block)

Documents:

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Publications:

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There are no articles about this church in the OPC Sussex Archeaological Collections Index.

Notes:

St. Margaret's Chapel was designed for Barnard Gregory the editor of the Brighton Gazette who named it after his wife Margaret. The Chapel opened on 26 Dec. 1824. During the 1800s the Chapel proved popular with fashionable society but attendances dwindled and the last service took place on 30th Sept. 1956. The Chapel was demolished in June 1959 to make way for the Metropole exhibition halls, Sussex Heights and a 250 space car park.
Source: http://www.mybrightonandhove.org.uk.

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