©2015 Deborah Richardson
During the nineteenth century a number of non-
Kelly's Directory of 1898 names both a Wesleyan Methodist and a Congregational church.
The house of Jeremiah Sansome was registered as a Baptist meeting house in November 1824. The house was occupied by Robert Tysoe at this time.
The Weslyan Chapel was registered on 13 December 1828 by George Finch who was a Turvey baker.
The following burials listed in the Parish Registers are noted as having been Quakers.
1723, May 12 -
1727, Sep 22 -
1727, Sep 28 -
1730, Feb 19 -
1731, Sep 11 -
1731, Sep 20 -
Turvey Residents who were buried in the West End Baptist Meeting House in Stevington
John Norris and his wife, Elizabeth Norris