Founded in 1869 as the district church for the townships of Brimstage and Thornton Hough, and parts of the townships of Little Neston and Raby (previously served by Willaston: Christ Church and Bromborough: St. Barnabas). The boundaries of "The Consolidated Chapelry of All Saints, Thornton Hough" were described in the London Gazette on 15 January 1869:
"All that portion of the new parish of Willaston, in the county of Chester, and in the diocese of Chester, which comprises the whole of the township of Thornton Hough, and parts of the townships of Raby and Neston, all which said portion of such new parish is situate to the northwest of an imaginary line commencing upon the boundary which divides the same new parish from the parish of Neston, in the said county and diocese, at the point where the turnpike road, leading from Chester to Thurstaston, is joined by the cross road leading from Neston, past Upland House and Willowbrow into the road that leads from Willaston to Four Lanes End ; and extending thence, north-eastward, along the middle of the said cross road to its junction with the said road leading from Willaston to Four Lanes End ; and extending thence, northward, along the middle of the last described road to its unction at Four Lanes End aforesaid, with the road leading from Raby, past Raby Watermill, to Poolton; and extending thence north-eastward, along the middle of the last described road to the boundary at or near Raby Watermill aforesaid, which divides the said new parish of Willaston from the parish of Bromborough, in the county and diocese aforesaid."
"And also all that contiguous portion of the said parish of Bromborough, situate to the north of Thornton Hough, which is comprised within, and is co-extensive with, the limits of the township of Brimstage."
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