- Plemstall: St. Peter (Church of England). The ancient parish church for part (659 acres, pop. 704 in 1871) of the township of Hoole.
- Chester: St. John the Baptist (Church of England), The ancient parish church for part (91 acres, pop. 1328 in 1871) of the township of Hoole.
- Chester: Christ Church (Church of England). The district church for Hoole from 1843 to 1872.
- Hoole: All Saints (Church of England). Built in 1867 as a chapel to Chester: Christ Church, becoming the district church for part of Hoole in 1872.
- Hoole, Methodist Chapel, Hamilton Street. Built in 1928.
- Hooole, United Reformed Church (Independent/Congregational), Walker Street. Built in 1887. Registers 1908-1957 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
For churches and chapels in the areas added in 1936, see also Guilden Sutton and Newton by Chester.
There are more than 30 churches identified in this place. Please click here for a complete list.
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- 1894 — Lost the rural part to Hoole Village (pop. 218 in 1901)
- 1936 April 1 — Gained parts of Great Boughton (5 acres, pop. 0 in 1931), Guilden Sutton (11 acres, pop. 41 in 1931), Hoole Village (99 acres, pop. 45 in 1931) and Newton by Chester (288 acres, pop. 447 in 1931), and lost parts to Chester (47 acres, pop. 404 in 1931) and Great Boughton (18 acres, pop. 126 in 1931)
- 1954 April 1 — Abolished and divided between Chester (498 acres, pop. 8705 in 1951), Guilden Sutton (18 acres, pop. 209 in 1951) and Hoole Village (156 acres, pop. 144 in 1951)
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