St Paul, (Chichester, St Paul)




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Churchside, Chichester, West Sussex.

Grid reference: 486021, 105376, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.


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There are no baptisms in the OPC database.

IGI Batch: C070201 (1845 ~ 1875).


There are no burials in the OPC database.

No burial IGI batches known.


There are no marriages in the OPC database.

No marriage IGI batches known.

Monumental inscriptions:

There are no monumental inscriptions in the OPC database.


The old Roughwood Churches Album has images and notes about this church.

There are 3 images of this church in the OPC database.

Building information:

Built: 1836.

Style: Early English of flint with stone dressings.

Current use: Worship.


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


There are no books about this church in the Sussex OPC Bibliography.

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


West tower reduced to first stage in 1953 following structural failure.

The church of ST. PAUL in the Broyle Road was built of flint with stone dressings and slate roof in 1836, in the 13th-century style. It consists of a large rectangular nave with chancel recess and a gallery at the west end. At the western extremity is a tower of three stages, beneath which is the porch; there is also an entrance in the south wall.
The tower contains a bell by Thomas Mears, 1836.
The plate consists of a modern chalice, paten and flagon of silver and a Sheffield plate cruet.
From: 'Chichester: Churches (Anglican)', A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 3 (1935), pp. 160-164. URL: Date accessed: Wednesday, October 10, 2007..

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