This chapel was situated in Belvedere Terrace, Northam, and was also called Northam Congregational Chapel. It was originally a mission supplied by Albion Chapel in 1846-54 and Above Bar Home Missionary Society from 1854-65. It became an independent chapel in 1865, when the G. W. F. Gregg was ordained minister. It was destroyed by bombing in 1940.

Belvidere Chapel

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Photograph, 1930

Further reading:
‘A Splendid Prospect’? Congregationalism in Edwardian Southampton 1901-1914 by Roger Ottewill, in Southampton Local History Forum Journal, no. 15, Summer 2009, p 38-64. (HS/h)


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