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BRADFORD: Bradford-Greenfield Chapel Congregational Church History up to 1868.

BRADFORD-GREENFIELD CHAPEL. (CONGREGATIONAL.)

This chapel was erected mainly by the congregation assembling in Salem Chapel, with a view to the extension of Christ's gospel. It was opened January, 1852.

The pastors have been-

  • 1853. Rev. FREDERICK STEPHENS (from the Wesleyan body). Removed to Newcastle. Mr. S. is now at Croydon, Surrey.
  • 1856. Rev. WILLIAM SHILLITO (Airedale Coll.). Removed to Coventry; at present at Sunderland.
  • 1860. Rev. THOMAS GASQUOINE, B.A. (Lancashire Coll.). Re moved to Oswestry, 1863; where he now ministers.
  • 1863. Rev. THOMAS THEODORE WATERMAN, B.A. (New Coll.). The present minister.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson © 2014
from the Appendix to
Congregationalism in Yorkshire
by James C. Miall, 1868.