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Chichester – Places of Worship, etc.

From Kelly’s Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, 1867

PLACES OF WORSHIP.

CATHEDRAL, West street
Lord Bishop-The Right Rev. Ashhurst Turner Gilbert, D.D.
Dean-The Very Rev. Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., F.S.A.
Rev. C. Pilkington, M.A.

Canons Residentiary.
Rev. E. Hutchinson, M.A.
Rev. C. Pilkington, M.A.
Rev. C. A. Swainson, D.D.
Rev. Stair Douglas, M.A.
Precentor, Rev. Mackenzie Walcott, B.D.
Chancellor, Rev. C. Pilkington, M.A.
Treasurer, Rev. H. M. Wagner
There are thirty-two Prebendaries, and four Vicars Choral.

CHURCHES AND EPISCOPAL CHAPELS.
* R. signifies Rectory; V. Vicarage; P.C. Perpetual Curacy.

Name. Locality. Incumbent.
All Saints, or Pallant Church, R West Pallant Rev. Geldart J. E. Riadore, M.A.
St. Andrew’s, R East street Rev. Gregory Walton Pennethorne, M.A.
St. Bartholomew, P.C. West street Rev. T. M. Gilbert, M.A.
St. Martin’s, R St. Martin’s street Rev. Geldart J. E. Riadore, M.A.
St. John’s Episcopal Chapel St. John’s street Rev. Edward Whitehead, M.A.
St. Olave’s, R North street Rev. R. A. L. Nunns, B.A.
St. Pancras, R Eastgate Rev. F. F. Tracy, M.A.
St. Paul’s, P.C. Northgate Rev. Thomas Brown, M.A.
St. Peter-the-Great or Subdeanery, V West street Rev. Thomas Brown, M.A.
St. Peter-the-Less, R North street Rev. Thomas Brown, M.A.
Roman Catholic Southgate Priest, Rev. John Francis Wilkinson

CHAPELS.

Denomination. Locality. Minister.
Bible Christian   Rev. John Perkins
Congregational Chapel Street Various
Calvinist (Zion) Orchard Terrace Rev. John Roe
General Baptist Eastgate Rev. John Hill, B.A.
Primitive Methodist Orchard street Various
Providence Calvinist Chapel street Various
Society of Friends Little London  
Unitarian Baffin’s lane  
Wesleyan East walls Rev. Maurice Britton

SCHOOLS.
Training College for Schoolmasters, Rev. Matthew Parrington, M.A. principal
Blue Coat or Whitby, West st. Thomas Pescod, master
British (girls), Little London, Miss Lucy E. Ledaman, mistress
Central National, St. Pancras, Henry Woodyear Smith, master
Central National, Cathedral churchyard, Miss Rosa Bowren, mistress
Chichester Infant, New Broyle road, Miss Eliza Blake, mistress
Choristers’, Cathedral churchyard, John Thomas Parker, master
Prebendal, West st. Rev. Thomas Brown, M.A. prebendary
St. Pancras National Infant, Miss Emma Carodyce, mistress

HOTELS & POSTING HOUSES.
Dolphin, William Ballard, West street
Globe, Thomas Purchase, Southgate

CONVEYANCE.
MIDHURST-Ellcomb’s omnibuses, daily (sunday excepted), at 4.10 p.m. from Globe inn, Southgate; Faulkner’s omnibus, daily (sunday excepted), at 4.10 p.m. from Globe inn, Southgate
Omnibuses & Flys to & from every train

CARRIERS TO:-
ARUNDEL-Baker, wednesday & saturday, from the ‘Eagle,’ West street
ARUNDEL, BRIGHTON, SHOREHAM & WORTHING-John Richardson (van), from West st. tuesday & friday
ASHLING-Eli Elliott, daily, from Swan tap, North street
BIRDHAM-George Terry & George Redman & John Faith, monday, wednesday & satarday from White Horse inn, South street; & Thomas Robinson & Bard, from the ‘King’s Head’ South street
BOGNOR-Henry Meaden, daily from ‘Fountain,’ South street; Richardson, from the ‘King’s Head,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday
CHILGROVE & ELSTED-Loton, from ‘Wheatsheaf,’ North street, wednesday & saturday
EARNLEY-George Redman, from ‘White Horse,’ South street; & Bard, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday
FAREHAM-Hardham, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, saturday
FELPHAM-Richardson, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday
HAVANT-Martha Burrows, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, daily
HARTING-Upfield, from ‘Wheatsheaf,’ North street, wednesday & saturday
ITCHENOR-Bulbeck, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday
MIDHURST-Faulkner & Ellcomb, from the ‘Globe.’ Southgate, daily.
PETWORTH-Lucas, from ‘King’s Head,’ Southgate, monday, wednesday & saturday
PORTSMOUTH-Jenman, from East street, daily; Martha Burrows, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, daily
SELSEY & SIDLESHAM-John Faith, from ‘White Horse,’ monday, wednesday & saturday, & Michael Fidler, daily; James Petts, & James Clark, from the ‘King’s Head,’ daily; & Henry Long, from his own house, ‘Hornet,’ daily
SLINDON-Bowling, from ‘Wheatsheaf,’ North street, wednesday & saturday
WALBERTON-George Burch, from ‘Wheatsheaf,’ North street, wednesday & saturday
WESTBOURNE-Pitney, from ‘Wheatsheaf,’ North street, wednesday
WEST & EAST WITTERING-George Redman, from ‘White Horse,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday; George Terry, from ‘White Horse,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday; Thos. Robinson, from ‘King’s Head,’ South street, monday, wednesday & saturday

RAILWAY.
London Brighton & South Coast, to London, Brighton, Bognor, Portsmouth, Worthing, Shoreham, & intermediate places, from Station, Southgate