The Anglican parish register dates from 1849. See Glossop for earlier registers.
The church was in the rural deanery of Glossop.
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The Congregationalists took over the former Catholic chapel here by 1891. The had been founded here in 1709. It appears that they took over the Catholic burial yard as well. The chapel was called "Top Chapel".
The "Top Chapel" Monument Inscriptions have been transcribed by R. MANSFIELD in 1948 and published as "Charlesworth Independent Chapel...1778 - 1948".
The Wesleyan Methodists had a chapel built in Chisworth in 1834.
The Particular Baptists had a chapel built on Glossop Road in 1835.
"CHARLESWORTH is a populous hamlet, about three miles south-west from Glossop, in that parish; it contains a place of worship for independent Calvinists, and a population (by the last returns) of 1,206 inhabitants, who are chiefly supported by the manufacturing interest."
[Description from Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835]
Charlesworth is a village, a township and a parish on the border of Cheshire, 200 miles north of London. Chisworth and Simmondley are townships in this parish.
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