The church does not have a graveyard.
Initially a C of E mission church under St Mary's
. A temporary iron church was built in 1872, mainly using funds provided by Barrow Haematite Iron & Steel Company. It was superseded by a new stone building in 1901-02. It closed c1980, but the building was subsequently purchased in 1981 by the Roman Catholic authorities as a replacement for their older chapel nearby
The large increase in population during the last few years rendered more church accommodation necessary, and, through the efforts of the present vicar; an iron church (St. Margaret's), capable of seating 1,000 persons, was erected, in which services are conducted by the Rev. G. W. Cole, B.A.
from Mannex's directory of Furness & Cartmel, 1882
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There were no separate registers for this church as it was a mission of St. Mary's
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It was located at SD2340574145 (Lat/Lon 54.157381,-3.174421). You can see this on maps provided by: