7 thoughts on “Norton Road Congregational Church c1910

  1. According to the 1861 Census one of my ancestors, Charles Beckitt, was a Congregational Chapel Keeper living at 5 Thomas Street. He may well of been connected with Norton Road Congregational Church.

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    • He could of also been connected to the North Terrace Wesleyan Church on Norton Road on the corner of Hume Street, the caretaker of that church lived in Thomas Street.

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  2. The street on the left of the Norton Road Congregational Church was called Laing Street, this was the first street on the left in Norton Road after passing Maxwells Corner.

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  3. My Uncle, William Allen, (my father’s sister’s husband) was a Congregational Minister living at 1 Wensley Road, Stockton-on-Tees in December 1929. Could he, perhaps, have been the Minister of this church at that time? At some time in the future, he moved to London and opened a bookshop.

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  4. The street on the left was the entrance to Marks slaughter house,it is now the road round to Farrer Street,where the Queen Park Medical Centre is.

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  5. My grandfather Clifford Chadwick was adopted by Moses and Mary Ann Hughes. I think Moses was a choir master at this church. He also taught Sunday school. Can anyone confirm that for me?

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