Difference between revisions of "Canterbury, Kent Places of Worship"

From FamilySearch Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m (add internal link)
m (add linked parish)
Line 33: Line 33:
 
==== Society of Friends (Quakers) ====
 
==== Society of Friends (Quakers) ====
  
==== The Old Synagogue Canterbury ====
+
==== The Old Synagogue Canterbury ====
 +
 
 +
The Old Synagogue Canterbury dates from 1846-1848, a replacement for a 1763 building and the history of the Jewish Community in Canterbury is included [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Synagogue_%28Canterbury%29+ Old Synagogue Canterbury Wikipedia]&nbsp; The building is now used for religious worship only occasionally and is a recital hall within the King's School [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_King%27s_School,_Canterbury+ The King's School Wikipedia]<br>
 +
 
 +
The records deposited in the Canterbury Cathedral Archives are described at [http://www.canterburykfhs.co.uk/non-conformist_3.htm+ Kent Family History Society]<br>

Revision as of 16:06, 12 January 2012

Anglican places of worship

Anglican places of worship in the City of Canterbury are described both in Kent Parishes and additionally are partially reflected in Comprehensive List of Parishes and Churches within the City of Canterbury

Non- Conformist Places of worship

Congregational

Presbyterian

Baptist

Unitarian Baptists

Zoar Particular Baptists

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion

Wincheap Burial Ground

Wincheap Burial Ground records 1911-1927 contain Baptist, Congregational and Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion burials and are found in the Canterbury Cathedral Archives

Wesleyan Methodists

Huguenot

The French protestant refugees were initially assigned to "The Strangers Church" in 1575 see Canterbury St Alphege, Kent but later were transferred to the western crypt of Canterbury Christchurch Cathedral, Kent The present day French Protestant Chapel is located in the Black Prince's Chantry in a small area of the Western Crypt.

Records are held at the National Archives with copies at the Centre for Kentish Studies Maidstone

See also Kent Family History Society for description of the record holdings.

Society of Friends (Quakers)

The Old Synagogue Canterbury

The Old Synagogue Canterbury dates from 1846-1848, a replacement for a 1763 building and the history of the Jewish Community in Canterbury is included Old Synagogue Canterbury Wikipedia  The building is now used for religious worship only occasionally and is a recital hall within the King's School The King's School Wikipedia

The records deposited in the Canterbury Cathedral Archives are described at Kent Family History Society