Parishes/churches within 3 miles of SD502755

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0.6SESt John, Church of England, Yealand Conyers
0.7SSociety of Friends, Yealand Conyers
0.9SSt Mary, Yealand Road, Roman Catholic, Yealand
Provide better founding date 1.7SEKirkgate Lane, Wesleyan Methodist, , Tewitfield
Provide better founding date 1.8SBorwick Lane, Wesleyan Methodist, , Warton
Tell us street name Provide better founding date Provide a picture 2.0ENESt James, Church of England, Burton in Kendal, Westmorland
2.0SSt Oswald (formerly Holy Trinity), Main Street, Church of England, Warton
Provide better founding date 2.2SESt Mary, Borwick Lane, Church of England, Borwick
Provide better founding date 2.4WTrinity, Park Rd, Wesleyan Methodist, Silverdale
Tell us street name Provide better founding date Tell us when it closed Tell us if it has ever had a graveyard Provide a picture 2.5NSt John, Church of England, Beetham, Westmorland
Tell us street name Provide better founding date Provide a picture 2.5NNEHoly Trinity, Church of England, Holme, Westmorland
2.4WSt John, Emesgate Lane, Church of England, Silverdale
Provide better founding date Provide a picture 2.5NSt Michael, Church Street, Church of England, Beetham, Westmorland
Provide better founding date Tell us when it closed Provide a picture 2.5SMary St, Primitive Methodist, , Millhead
Provide better founding date 3.0SHunter St, Free Methodist, , Carnforth

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The GENUKI church database is not a complete list of all churches, and for many areas it just contains most parish churches at the start of the 19th century. It is planned that over time many more churches will be added but until then we hope that those it does find are useful.

The distances shown above are in most cases only approximate.This is because the church locations themselves are given as the corner of nearest Km square on the Ordnance Survey map in most cases. Some have been updated to the actual 1/10 Km location, but the majority have not. So use the distances as a guide, not a precise figure.

Help required

The information provided has been obtained from a number of sources and although every effort is made to avoid errors, just a few may be present. So if there are any please let us know. [Select the church in the list above, and use the link at the bottom of that page to tell us].

In particular different sources describe churches in different ways and sometimes use different place names. So if there do appear to be duplicates, again let us know. If there are any churches missing then please tell us. The basic information that we need is:

For a more detailed description about providing information please look at the techniques for finding church information.

Other useful information is the founding and closing dates of the church, a picture, if the church has its own website, the name of the road on which it is/was sited, the records that exist and which repository holds them etc. Icons against the churches in the list above are provided to easily see which piece of information is required. Click the individual icons in the list above to report it. The icons are:

Basic details:
dedication?Is it dedicated to a saint, or does it have a name?
location?Exact location (OS gridref obtained by point and click on a map). Click this icon to show the location marked on a Google map. Drag the icon to the correct location, and a link will appear which lets you report that location. A description of how to use Streetmaps to pass on exact locations is also available.
streetThe name of the street where the church is sited.
foundedWhen was the church founded?
open?Is the church still open or has it closed?
closewdWe know the church has closed, but do not yet know when that happened.
graveyard?Has the church ever had a graveyard?
web pageA URL for the church's own website.
pictureA picture of the church. We have some tips about taking church pictures and the best format to use. If you are planning a trip to take church pictures, select the check box at the left hand side of the search bar at the top of this page, and click the New Search button. This list will then exclude those churches for which we have a picture, and will also show the OS grid reference.
For churches for which we have a record of the basic details:
historyA few details about the history of the church.
recordsWho holds the church records.

Building up a complete picture requires local knowledge and if you have any such information that you can share, then it will really help other users.