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Churches of the South Stoneham Civil Registration District

Along with those in the Ecclesiastical Parish, the churches below were within the phyisical boundaries of the civil parish, or very close by so may have served the population living there. They are written in no particular order.
In addition to the large Anglian churches were many chapels and other denominations. Many of these have long since disappeared. I'm adding them as I come across them, so if I've missed any - PLEASE let me know!

St. Nicolas Church, Stoneham Lane, was the main Anglican church for North Stoneham parish. Built c.1600 it does have a graveyard. A second church without a graveyard was built at Bassett in 1897, St Michaels & All Angels.

Sholing
St Mary. Founded & register dates from 1866.
Primitve Methodist Chapel, Sholing. Built 1855
Baptist Chapel and School Rooms, Sholing. Built 1887.
United Methodist Chapel, Sholing
Plymouth Bretheren Chapel, Sholing

Pear Tree
Jesus Chapel (Pear Tree Church). Built 1618. Actually in the parish of St Mary Extra, but during the period when the minister was shared between Jesus Chapel and St.Marys, South Stoneham (late 1600's), the baptisms, burials and marriages were recorded in the South Stoneham register.

Congregational Church, Peartree Green. Founded 1808.
United Methodist Church, Manor Road, Peartree Green.

Shirley
St James, St James Road
Bible Christian Chapel, Station Road
Union Baptist, Church Street
Weslyan, Church Street
Primitive Methodist, Oriental Street
Evangelist, Romsey Road, Old Shirley
Free Evangelist, Shirley Hall, Church Street

Burseldon
St Leonard (Founded in the 12th Century, register dates from 1564)
Catholic Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Congregational Church. Built 1860 and noted in 1920 as being licensed for marriages.

Netley/Netley Abbey
St Mary, Hound. Register dates from 1792. Replaced as parish church by new Church of St Edward, below.
Church of St Edward the Confessor at Netley Abbey. Built 1885.
Weslyan Church, Netley erected in 1901.

Millbrook
Holy Trinity, Parish Church, Millbrook. Built 1873
St Nicholas, Millbrook, dated 1633. Register dates from 1633.
Weslyan Chapel at Wimpson, Millbrook.

Woolston
St Marks, Church Road, Woolston. Register 1863
Roman Catholic Temporary iron church dedicated to St Patrick on Portsmouth Road in Woolston ,erected 1909. Brick church was built in 1884.
St Marys Presbytyrian Church, Woolston, 1876. Noted as licensed for marriages in 1920.
Evangelical chapel and Weslyan chapels in Woolston
Church of Christ, Johns Road, Woolston. (in 1907 named as Plymouth Brethern Gospel Hall)

Botley
Church of All Saints, Botley. Built 1836. Previous parish church was 1 mile away and register dates from 1679.
Congregational chapel, Botley

Other:

St Marys, Southampton (former parish church of St Mary Extra)

Church of St Andrew, Hamble-le-rice, built c.14th century. Register dates from 1660.

St John the Evangelist, Hedge End, Built 1874. Register 1876
Also Hedge End, Baptist hall, Congregationalists, bible Christian chapel

Holy Trinity, Weston. Register 1866.

St Denys Church, Chilworth, now in the Anglican parish of Chilworth & North Baddesley. Dates from the 1200's but fell into disrepair from 1700 until it was mainly rebuilt in 1812. Register dates from 1721.

Ebenezer Hall, Church Mission Hall, Oakbank Road. Located near Itchen Ferry (1920)

St Barnabas, Lodge Road, Southampton. From 1892.