Birmingham Nonconformist and Roman Catholic Registers
Warwickshire

Transcription by Robert Deloyde © 2000
Here is a list of Church Registers, understood to be held at Birmingham City Archives for Nonconformist and Roman Catholic Churches.
Ashbury Methodist chapel, Handworth (formerly Staffs)

Aston Villa Methodist Church, Lozells

Balfour St Methodist, Balsall Heath (formerly Worcs)

Belmont Row Methodist, Aston

Benson Rd Methodist, Soho

Bond St Methodist

Bordesley Green Methodist, Small Heath

Bordesley Green Primitives

Bradford St Methodist

Bray's Rd Methodist, Sheldon

Bristol St Methodist

Cannon St Baptist

Carr's Lane Methodist

Castle Bromwich Methodist

Chapel St Methodist Handsworth (formerly Staffs)

Cherry St Methodist

Church of the Messiah

College Rd Methodist, Quinton (formerly Salop)

Constitution Hill Methodist

Coventry Rd Methodist, Small Heath

Ebenezer Methodist Church, Handsworth (formerly Staffs)

Ebenezer Chapel (Independent), Steelhouse Lane

Gospel Lane Methodist, Hall Green (formerly Worcs)

Gravelly Hill Methodist, Erdington

High St Methodist, Erdington

Islington St and Martins St Methodist

Islington Weslyan

King St Calvinist

Lombard St Baptist

Mansfield Rd Methodist, Aston

Moor St New Meeting

Moorville St Methodist, Ladywood

Muntz St Methodist, Small Heath

Nechell Hall Methodist, Nechells

Nechells Park Rd Methodist, Nechells

New John St Methodist

New Town Row Methodist

Nineveh Methodist church

Old Meeting House (Presbyterian)

Paradise St Unitarian

Peel St Methodist Chapel, Winson Green

Raddlebarn Rd Methodist, Stirchley

Raddlebarn Rd Methodist, Bournbrook (formerly Worcs)

Rocky Lane Methodist, Aston

Saint John Methodist, Selly Oak (formerly Worcs)

Saint Peter's Broad St Roman Catholic

Society of Friends Monthly Meeting

Somerset Rd Methodist, Handsworth (formerly Staffs)

Springfield Rd Methodist, Handsworth (formerly Staffs)

Stirling Rd Methodist, Edgbaston

Stratford Rd Methodist, Sparkill (formerly Worcs)

Summerhill Methodist

Summer Lane New Jeusalemites

Trinity Methodist, Dudley Rd

Unett St Methodist, Washwood Heath Rd

Methodist, Saltley

Wheelright Rd Methodist, Bromford

Woodfield and Ombersley Rd Methodist, Balsall Heath, (formerly Worcs)

Woodgate Methodist, Northfield (formerly Worcs)

Zion Baptist Chapel, Newhall St

Additional Notes:
[Roy of Solihull] The New Meeting house in Moor Street was opened as an off-shoot of the Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Digbeth in 1732. It was destroyed by rioters in 1791, reopened in 1802 and survived until 1861, after which it was sold.

Birmingham Library has records of Christening only for the years of 1719 and 1747-1840.

The Old Meeting House was opened in 1689 and despite being destroyed twice, finally closed in 1882.

Their records are also at the library and consist of Christenings 1774-1838 and burials 1784-1858.

[Michael Brittain, BMSGH, 1999] Those Archdiocese of Birmingham (RC) records which are not still in the parishes are in the archdiocesan archives at Cathedral House, St Chad's Queensway, Birmingham B4 6EU. There is so far as I know, no such place as Bishop's House. Archbishop's House is where the Archbishop lives (when there is one in place - the see is vacant at the moment). Cathedral House houses the administrative offices, including the archives.

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