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Dorking Congregational Chapel;
now, Dorking United Reformed Church

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Dorking United Reformed Church, West Street, Dorking (NHLE Code 1230093) (2)
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There are 101 names from Dorking Congregational Church in the Surrey Monumental Inscriptions Index. They were noted by Alfred Bax on 26 July 1884. Our thanks to Surrey Archaeological Society for allowing us to copy material from their archives

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The Dorking Congregational Church was founded around 1662 and met in private houses until ca. 1695 when meetings moved to a barn. In 1734 a new building was erected on the site of the present church. That was replaced in 1834 when the current church was built

The Congregational Church stands in the Ancient Parishan Ancient Parish is a Church of England parish which, until the 19th century, had both ecclesiastical and civil functions of Dorking St. Martin.

West Surrey Family History Society CD10(The Surrey Burial Index - 2nd edition 2009) has burial records for Dorking St. Martin from 1538 to 1865.

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WSFHS CD15(Surrey Baptisms Not in the IGI) has baptismal records for: See our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).

WSFHS CD32 (Ancient Parishes in the Dorking District – Transcriptions and Indexes. February 2013) has baptismal records for Dorking St. Martin from 1538 to 1840; Marriages from 1539 to 1837 and Burial records from 1538 to 1840.

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Dorking is in the Mole Valley District of Surrey

Unless otherwise stated the dates for the creation of parishes are taken from Youngs, Frederick. A., Guide to the Administrative Units of England; Royal Historical Society: London, 1979 volume 1 Southern England.

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