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Churches of South Stoneham ecclesiastical parish

The churches below are within the phyisical boundaries of the ecclesiatical parish, or were at some point within that area - or records were produced and named as covering South Stoneham.
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 Marys' Parish Church, Swaythling. The records from 1663 onwards are at the city archives.

St Albans, off Burgess Road. Anglican church in Swaythling parish founded in 1933. This new church saw the parish boundaries being redrawn and the parish of Swaythling was founded, the parish of South Stoneham disappeared.

Highfield Church (Christ Church, Portswood parish).

Swaythling Methodist Church, Burgess Road, Southampton. Built in 1932.

Swaythling Baptist Church.

Portswood Evangelical Church.

St Saviours or Holy Saviour Church, Bitterne. The church was built in 1852 and the ecclesiastical parish formed in 1853. Bitterne civil parish was founded 1894 (taking part of Portswood).

St Denys, from 1867

Congregational Chapel (built 1863), Bitterne

Weslyan Chapel (one erected in 1906), Bitterne

Allington and Shamblehurst formed West End Parish (1894). St James Church, West End built 1838.

Church of the Resurection, Romsey Road, Eastleigh. Built 1868. Attached to the parish was also All Saints Church in Desborough Road. Eastleigh ecclesiastical parish was formed in 1868. Barton Peverel, Eastleigh and Boyatt formed Eastleigh civil parish in 1894.

Catholic Church of Holy Cross, Leigh Road, Eastleigh. Consecrated 1902.

Weslyan Church, High Street, Eastleigh. Built 1906.

Union Baptist Church, Desborough Road, Eastleigh. Built 1905.

United Methodist Church, Leigh Road, Eastleigh

Primitive Methodist Church, Factory Road, Eastleigh

St James, Westend. Built 1838 for formation of parish from South Stoneham in 1840. Register from 1840. New church of St James then built in 1890.

Also Westend ; Bible Chrstian Mission, United Methodist Chapel, Weslyan Chapel at Moor Green, Evangelical Mission Hall, Primitive Methodist Mission and Church of England Mission Room at Moor Green.