BURNLEY ~ Including Habergham Eaves & Ightenhill Park.  Formerly in the chapelry of Whalley. 

INDEX TO BURNLEY CHAPELS & BURIAL GROUNDS - Part 2, 
  Nonconformist - Baptist, Congregational, Unitarian, Pentecostal and Others

Many Nonconformists from Burnley were buried at Wheatley Lane Inghamite Chapel (PEN.Ing.01)

Bookmark Establishment and Location
 Nonconformist
 BUR.Bap.01 Aenon, Red Lion Street
 BUR.Bap.02 Bethel, Angle Street (Duke Bar)
 BUR.Bap.03 Ebenezer / Shalom / Burnley Lane Baptist Church, Colne Road
 BUR.Bap.04 Immanuel, Bright Street (Barden)
 BUR.Bap.05 Jireh, Boot Street (Boot Way)
 BUR.Bap.06 Mount Olivet, Broughton Street (Whittlefield) / Plover Street 
 BUR.Bap.07 Mount Pleasant / Rosehill, Hammerton Street / Rosehill Road (Rosehill)
 BUR.Bap.08 Sion, Yorkshire Street / Church Street
 BUR.Bap.09 Baptist Chapel, Liverpool Road (Rosegrove)
 BUR.Bap.10 Union Chapel, Coke Street (Lanebridge)
 BUR.Cdn.01 Christadelphian Meeting Room, Chaffer Street
 BUR.CoC.01 Church of Christ, New Hall Street (Daneshouse)
 BUR.Con.01 Bethesda, Bethesda Street (Wapping)
 BUR.Con.02 Burnley Wood Chapel / Hollingreave, Hollingreave Road
 BUR.Con.03 Congregational Chapel, Owen Street (Rosegrove)
 BUR.Con.04 Salem, Manchester Road
 BUR.Con.05 Mission Hall, Thursby Road (Heasandford)
 BUR.Con.06 Westgate Chapel, Westgate
 BUR.Con.07 Mission Room, Green Street (Burnley Lane)
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 Nonconformist
 BUR.CS.01 Christian Science Church, Hammerton Street / Calder Street
 BUR.FG.01 Full Free Gospel Mission Hall, Thursby Road (Heasandford)
 BUR.GM.01 Gospel Hall, Brunswick Street (Burnley Wood)
 BUR.GT.01 Gospel Temperance Hall, Keighley Green / Hammerton Street
 BUR.GT.02 Gospel Temperance Mission, (Whittlefield)
 BUR.JW.01 Kingdom Hall, Morse Street (Brunshaw)
 BUR.Mor.01 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Belvedere Road (Turf Moor)
 BUR.Naz.01 Church of the Nazarene, Bank House Street (Bank Top)
 BUR.Pen.01 Queensgate Pentecostal Church, Colne Road (Queensgate)
 BUR.Pen.02 Elim, Waterloo Road / Thurston Street (Turf Moor)
 BUR.SA.01 Barracks / Citadel, Grey Street / Travis Street / Richard Street
 BUR.Spi.01 Spiritualist Church, Hammerton Street / Stanley Street (Finsleygate)
 BUR.Swe.01 The New (Jerusalem) Church, Coke Street / Briercliffe Road (Duke Bar)
 BUR.Uni.01 Unitarian Chapel, Tanner Street / Trafalgar Street
 BUR.Uni.02 Burnley Lane Unitarian Rooms, Rushworth Street
 BUR.UR.01 United Reformed Church .. see Bethesda (BUR.Con.01)
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For the history of Burnley see -
 'The History of Burnley' by Walter Bennett (1946-1951) in four volumes

Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.01
Map references :  OS SD 842324
Name :  Aenon
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  Red Lion Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
M 1899-1987
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1852 Established by 64 members who had seceded from Ebenezer (BUR.Bap.03) and also helped establish a chapel in Broughton Street, Burnley (BUR.Bap.06)
  1987 ? Chapel closed. Building still standing
  see 'Happy Memories, 1852-1932' by Aenon Baptist Church - the History of the Baptist Church and events for 80th anniversary
  also Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.02
Map references :  a - 
b - OS SD 844339
Name :  a - Bethel
b - Angle Street Chapel
Denomination :  Baptist (Scottish)
Address :  a - Hebrew Road, Burnley
b - Angle Street, Burnley (Duke Bar)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
M 1969-1971
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1867 Premises taken over a blacksmith's shop near Duke Bar by members of Haggate Baptist Chapel (BCF.Bap.01) who had moved to Burnley
  1869 Bethel Chapel built on Hebrew Road (later became the Reform Club)
  1877 Angle Street chapel built
  1878 New chapel opened
 (1968 +) Chapel closed - Building still standing and now used as a Mosque
  see 'Angle Street Scottish Baptist Chapel, Burnley, 1878-1928 - Jubilee Celebrations' by (The Chapel) - A History of the Baptist Chapel in Burnley
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.03
Map references :  OS SD 843330
Name :  a - Ebenezer
b - Shalom
c - Burnley Lane Baptist Church
Denomination :  Baptist (General)
Address :  Colne Road, Burnley (Burnley Lane)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1786-1847, M 1909-1957, B 1787-1846
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  In front of the Old Chapel, 1853 - Act of Parliament stopped any more burials there
  May then have used the burial ground at Haggate Chapel (BCF.Bap.01)
Memorial Inscriptions
  see Haggate (BCF.Bap.01)
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  (Haggate Baptist Chapel), at Colne & Nelson Libraries
Brief History
  1776 'Birchcliffe' began at Worsthorne near Burnley
  1780 Moved to Burnley Market Place
  1787 Chapel built in Burnley Lane at the corner of Colne Road and Hebrew Road
  1851 Religious Census = General Baptist built in 1787, Burnley Lane
     ?   A new chapel was built next to the previous chapel - Both still standing
     ?   Name changed to Shalom - Burnley Lane Baptist Church
  2001 Name changed to Burnley Lane Baptist Church
  see 'Historical notes of Ebenezer Chapel, Burnley' (1901) Transcribed from a newspaper
  also Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.04
Map references :  OS SD 842343
Name :  Emmanuel / Immanuel
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  Bright Street, Burnley (Barden)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1960-1962, M 1910-1970
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1895 Started as an offshoot of Ebenezer Baptist Chapel (BUR.Bap.03) as an Independent Mission in North Street and then at Rakehead. Following a fire, the mission moved back to North Street
  1909 Chapel erected in Bright Street
  1913 Separated from Ebenezer
  1936 To unite with Mount Olivet (see Burnley Express)
     ?    Chapel closed - Building still standing, currently used by fabric wholesaler
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.05
Map references :  OS SD 842325
Name :  Jireh
Denomination :  Baptist (Particular / Strict)
Address :  Boot Street, Burnley .. renamed Boot Way (Town Centre)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1853 Erected by the 'Gadsbyites' 
          Closed - Building still standing but used as a shop
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.06
Map references :  a - 
b & c - OS SD 826328
Name :  Mount Olivet
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  a - High Street, Burnley
b - Broughton Street, Burnley (Whittlefield)
c - Plover Street
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
M 1970-1984
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1884 A mission in High Street
  1893 Chapel in Broughton Street which Aenon (BUR.Bap.01) helped to establish
  1936 To unite with Immanuel (BUR.Bap.04)
  1988 Broughton Street Chapel closed. Moved to Plover Street
 (1964 ) At Plover Street
  see 'Jubilee souvenir, 1884-1934' by Mount Olivet Baptist Church, Burnley (1934) - A history of the church
  and 'Jubilee souvenir, 1893-1943' by Mount Olivet Baptist Church, Burnley (1943) - A history of the church
  also Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.07
Map references :  a - OS SD 838323
b -
Name :  a - Mount Pleasant
b - Rosehill
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  a - Hammerton Street, Burnley
b - Healey Grange, Rosehill Road, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1858 Members of Sion (BUR.Bap.08) took a room in Keighley Green to form a new Society
  1868 Mount Pleasant Chapel bought from United Methodists (BUR.Umf.05) by new Baptist Society
  1997 Moved to Rosehill Road
  see 'Centenary celebrations, 1868-1968' by Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Burnley (1968), includes a history of the church
  also Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.08
Map references :  b - OS SD 844326
c - OS SD 844327
Name :  Sion
Denomination :  Baptist (Particular)
Address :  a - Pickup Croft, Burnley
b - Yorkshire Street, Burnley
c - Church Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1803-1837
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  C 1831-1837 at Burnley Library
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1827 School in Pickup Croft, Burnley 
  1830 First chapel built - ???? with burial ground - closed in 1850s re Act of Parliament
  1851 Religious Census = Particular Baptist built 1830
  1862 Chapel rebuilt
  1960 Moved to new chapel in Church Street, Old chapel demolished for new road
          Date stones in new chapel wall from old premises
  see '125th anniversary souvenir' by Sion Baptist Church, Burnley (1953), includes history of the church
  also Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.09
Map references :  OS SD 838324
Name :  School / Chapel
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  Liverpool Road, Burnley (Rosegrove)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1879 Work on the Baptist cause began at Rosegrove
  1900 Building of chapel started
  1901 Church / School opened
  1904
  1910 Affiliated with Sion, Yorkshire Street, Burnley (BUR.Bap.08)
  1963 Still there
     ?    Demolished
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - reports 1900 & 1901 Opening
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Bap.10
Map references :  OS SD 841322
Name :  Union Chapel
Denomination :  Baptist
Address :  Coke Street, Habergham Eaves, Burnley (Lanebridge)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1858 Founded in a building formerly occupied by the Swedenborgians
     ?   Closed
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Cdn.01
Map references :   -
Name :  Meeting Room
Denomination :  Christadelphian
Address :  Chaffer Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1899 The first Burnley meeting place for this sect
  see Burnley Gazette 25.Jan.1899, page 4 col.1
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.CoC.01
Map references :   -
Name :  Church of Christ
Denomination :  Nonconformist
Address :  New Hall Street, Burnley (Daneshouse)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1876 First effort made to start church in Burnley
  1886 Second attempt by Mrs.Lord, formerly of the Church of Christ, Ashton-under-Lyne, her brothers Frank & Albert Hirst, their sister Jane Spencer and their mother Mary Hirst
  1889 Mission started in New Hall Street
  1894 Chapel opened
  see 'These sixty-years, 1889-1949: Church of Christ, New Hall Street, Burnley' by Church of Christ, Burnley (1949) .. gives history
  and 'The history of the Church of Christ: 1889-1989' by S M Child (1989) .. includes photographs
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - report
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.01
Map references :  a - 
b - OS SD 839327
Name :  Bethesda
Denomination :  Congregational / Independent (United Reformed Church)
Address :  a - St.James Street, Burnley
b - Bethesda Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1807-1837, (Independent)     + MIs
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  C 1807-1837, at Burnley Library
  C 1807-1837 on IGI for Lancashire
Graveyard
  Now built on
Memorial Inscriptions
  1817-1853
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  Colne Library
Brief History
  1807 Mission in St.James Street, Burnley
  1814 Moved to new chapel on Bethesda Street
  1851 Religious Census = Bethesda Independent Chapel built 1814
  1881 Chapel rebuilt
  see 'A history of Bethesda Congregational Church' by (the Church) (1957)
  see 'The Bethesda story: some reflections of the history of local Congregationalism' by Leslie Chapples (1991)
  and 'The story of Bethesda United Reformed Church' by S M Child (1989)
  also The story of Bethesda Chapel: part 2, 1900' by S M Child
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.02
Map references :  OS SD 844317
Name :  Burnley Wood Chapel, Hollingreave
Denomination :  Congregational (United Reformed)
Address :  Hollingreave Road, Burnley (Burnley Wood)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1893-1912, M 1893-1909
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  C 1893-1895 on IGI for Lancashire
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1889 Mission
  1896 Chapel built
  1979 Chapel closed - see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - report
          Now demolished and Gatefield Court built on the site
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.03
Map references :  OS SD 815325
Name :  Chapel
Denomination :  Congregational
Address :  Owen Street, Burnley (Rosegrove)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1900 Founded
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - a few reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.04
Map references :  OS SD 841324
Name :  Salem
Denomination :  Congregational / Independent
Address :  Manchester Road, Burnley (Town Centre)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  'Registers of Baptisms & Marriages 1855-1946' .. only contains Baptisms 1885-1920 (gaps), some give date of birth
  Marriages 1885-1892 + 13.Jan.1916-1917.. incomplete recordings
  Another box contains a Marriage Register 23.May.1857 to Nov.1873 (total of 197 entries)
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  C 1855-1886, M 1857-1896, on IGI for Lancashire
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1850 Stone laid on Good Friday
  1851 Established by a few families which had seceded from Bethesda (BUR.Con.01)
  1851 Religious Census = Independent or Congregational built in 1850 but not open yet
     ?   Chapel closed
     ?   Demolished and site now built on - offices
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.05
Map references :  OS SD 852352
Name :  Mission Hall
Denomination :  Congregational
Address :  Thursby Road, Burnley (Heasandford)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1911-1947
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1913 Mission started - see Burnley Library Newspaper Index
  1950 Closed about this time and building taken over by Free Gospel Mission
     ?   Now demolished
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.06
Map references :  OS SD 835327
Name :  Westgate Chapel
Denomination :  Congregational
Address :  Westgate, Burnley (Westgate)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1859 Established by a group that had seceded from Bethesda (BUR.Con.01)
  1972 Chapel closed
  1973 Building damaged by fire
     ?   Now demolished and site built on
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Con.07
Map references :   -
Name :  Mission Room
Denomination :  Congregational
Address :  Green Street, Burnley (Burnley Lane)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1900 See Burnley Library Newspaper Index
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.CS.01
Map references :  a - OS SD 839325
b - OS SD 838327
Name :  Church
Denomination :  Christian Science
Address :  a - Hammerton Street, Burnley
b - Calder Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1932 Bought 'Bethel' Chapel from the Methodists (BUR.PM.01)
  1979 ? Had Moved to premises in Calder Street - formerly the Pack Horse Inn
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.FG.01
Map references :  OS SD 852352
Name :  Mission Hall
Denomination :  Free Full Gospel Mission
Address :  Thursby Road, Burnley (Heasandford)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1950 About this time took over building formerly used as a Congregational Chapel (BUR.Con.05)
  1964 Still there
     ?   Closed
     ?   Demolished
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.GM.01
Map references :  OS SD 84X31X
Name :  Gospel Hall
Denomination :  Gospel Mission
Address :  Brunswick Street, Burnley (Burnley Wood)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1966 Listed in a Burnley Directory
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.GT.01
Map references :   -
Name :  Temperance Hall
Denomination :  Gospel Temperance
Address :  a - Keighley Green, Burnley
b - Hammerton Street, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1834 Started by reformers from Blackburn led by Joseph Livesey
  1836 Meetings at Mount Pleasant Chapel
  1850 By now every chapel in Burnley had its own Temperance Society
  1854 Mount Pleasant, Sion, Aenon, Salem & Bethesda formed the Union of Temperance Societies
  1855 'Band of Hope' at each Sunday School
  1858 St.Paul's Temperance Society, the first in England in connection with the Church of England, was started.  The first Temperance Hall at Keighley Green, later moved to Hammerton Street
  1860 Church of England Abstinence Society .. Re-organised in 1873
  1866 Burnley & Habergham Eaves Temperance Society replaced Burnley Temperance Union
  1878 The union of Bands of Hope
  1882 Blue Ribbon movement grew into Temperance Missions
  1892 A room taken in St.James' Row for social and recreation events
  1900 onwards - Began to decline
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.GT.02
Map references :   
Name :  Mission
Denomination :  Gospel Temperance
Address :  (Whittlefield)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1932 Jubilee, see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - report and history of chapel
  1971 To close, see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - report
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.JW.01
Map references :  OS SD 854323
Name :  Kingdom Hall
Denomination :  Jehovah's Witnesses
Address :  Morse Street, Burnley (Brunshaw)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1966 In Burnley before this date
  1994 New hall built on the site of the old one - see Burnley Express 22.Apr.1994, page 15
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Mor.01
Map references :  a - 
b - 
c - OS SD 848328
Name :  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Denomination :  Mormon
Address :  a - Victoria Street, Burnley
b - Liverpool Road, Burnley (Rosegrove)
c - Belvedere Road, Burnley (Turf Moor)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1902 Meetings held at Victoria Street - Burnley Library Newspaper Index
  1964 At Liverpool Road
  1969 Moved to Belvedere Road
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - report 1969
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Naz.01   
Map references :  OS SD 84X329
Name :  Church of the Nazarene
Denomination :   -
Address :  Bankhouse Street, Burnley (Bank Top)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1966 Included in a Burnley Directory
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Pen.01
Map references :  OS SD 847347
Name :  Queensgate Pentecostal Church
Denomination :  Pentecostal
Address :  Colne Road, Burnley (Queensgate)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1979 Listed in Burnley Directory
          Using the building which was formerly Queensgate Wesleyan Methodists (BUR.WM.13)
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Pen.02
Map references :  a - OS SD 846321
b - OS SD 847329
Name :  Elim Pentecostal Church
Denomination :   -
Address :  a - Waterloo Road, Burnley (Burnley Wood)
b - Thurston Street, Burnley (Turf Moor)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  
Graveyard
  
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1964 At Waterloo Road
  1980 At Thurston Street
  1985 New Minister
  see Burnley Library newspaper Index - reports 1980 & 1985
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.SA.01
Map references :  a - OS SD 842337
b - OS SD 846322
Name :  Barracks / Citadel
Denomination :  Salvation Army
Address :  a - Travis Street, Burnley (Daneshouse)
b - Richard Street, Burnley (Burnley Wood)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1880 Barracks in Ashworth Street (Fulledge) and in Grey Street (Old Hall), the latter was transferred to Travis Street .. marked on the map of 1912
  1883 Additional Barracks in Westgate and Hammerton Street
  1893 General Booth visited Westgate Chapel
  1951 Now two corps, Holme Street and Accrington Road and a Hostel in Calder Street
  1971 Moved to Richard Street
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Spi.01
Map references :  a - OS SD 84434X
b - 
c - OS SD 839322
Name :  Burnley Spiritual Church
Denomination :  Spiritualist
Address :  a - North Street, Burnley (Duke Bar)
b - Hammerton Street, Burnley
c - Stanley Street, Burnley (Finsleygate)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1906 Church opened in North Street
     ?   Moved to Hammerton Street
     ?   Moved to Stanley Street
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Swe.01
Map references :  a - OS SD 841322
b - OS SD 848341
Name :  The New Jerusalem Church (1877)
The New Church
Denomination :  Swedenborgian
Address :  a - Coke Street, Burnley (Lanebridge)
b - Briercliffe Road, Burnley (Duke Bar)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1814 Established in Burnley
  1849 At Coke Street
  1851 Religious Census = at Coke Street
  1857 Society failed
  1867 Re-established in a tinsmith shop on Finley Gate
  1873 Failed again
  1885 Re-started by people from Embsay who had moved to the area
  1887 Church built .. The New Jerusalem Church
  1906 Church built in Briercliffe Road
  1990 Church rebuilt next to the previous site
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
  see 'Jubilee souvenir: the New Church, Briercliffe Road, Burnley 1885-1935' by New Church, Burnley (1935) .. includes history
  also 'A History of the New Church' By Anne Brigg (1946)
  and 'A history of the New Church in Burnley' a lecture by A Brigg, Nov.1963
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Uni.01
Map references :  a - 
b - OS SD 834325
Name :   -
Denomination :  Unitarian
Address :  a - Tanner Street, Habergham Eaves, Burnley
b - Trafalgar Street, Habergham Eaves, Burnley
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  C 1871-1890, M 1872-1890, B 1870-1890
  C 1914-1956, M 1918-1953, B 1918-1958
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1858 A room in Thomas Street taken by an off-shoot of Nazareth Unitarian Chapel, Padiham (PAD.Uni.01)
  1859 Mission at Tanner Street
  1870 Moved to Trafalgar Street Chapel
  1892 Chapel altered
     ?   Closed
     ?   Demolished
  see Burnley Library Newspaper Index - several reports
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Town / Index no :  Burnley - BUR.Uni.02
Map references :   -
Name :  Burnley Lane Unitarian Rooms
Denomination :  Unitarian
Address :  Rushworth Street, Burnley (Burnley Lane)
 
Parish Registers at Lancashire Archives, listed in LANCAT online catalogue
  none
Local Sources for Copies of Parish Registers
  -
Graveyard
  none
Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Local Copies of Memorial Inscriptions
  -
Brief History
  1907 Rooms in Rushworh Street - see Burnley Library Newspaper Index .. moving to larger room
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2002 LFHHS Pendle & Burnley Branch