Surrey Churches Index

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Addlestone St. Augustine

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image of St Augustine church

The first St. Augustine's church was built ca 1882 in Albert Road. The site was also St. Augustine's school. The congregation became too large and a new site was acquired in Weybridge Road and a "tin chapel" erected. That church is shown in the image above.

In time this also became too small so a new church was built on the original site adjacent to the school. Around 2006 the church was closed.

The site in Albert Road was sold to the Surrey Islamic Trust and the site in Weybridge Road is now used by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

St. Augustine was a Chapel of EaseA daughter church within an ecclesiastical Parish, or a chapel in an outlying area of the parish that is more convenient for parishioners to attend to St Paul's Church

There were no graveyards at any of the buildings. Older burials may have taken place in the churchyard. There are around 340 names in the Surrey Monumental Inscriptions index from St Paul's Churchyard
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Addlestone was part of the Ancient Parishan Ancient Parish is a Church of England parish which, until the 19th century, had both ecclesiastical and civil functions of Chertsey until 1838 when it became a separate ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England .

West Surrey Family History Society CD10 (The Surrey Burial Index - 2nd edition 2009) has burial records for Addlestone St Paul from 1838 to 1865.

WSFHS CD 15(Surrey Baptisms Not in the IGI) has baptismal records for Addlestone St Paul from 1838 to 1876.

WSFHS CD 26 Parish Register Transcipts and Indexes in the Chertsey District - January 2012) has baptismal and burial records for Addlestone St Paul from 1838 to 1840 .

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The church is in the Anglican Diocese of Guildford. The Guildford Diocesan Record Office, where you should find any surviving registers for this parish, is the Surrey History Centre.

Addlestone is a town in the Runnymede 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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We have flagged the Surrey Islamic Centre, the site of the last church.
If you click on the plus sign (+) you should see The Church of the Latter Day Saints appear towards the middle right of the map
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The approximate location for the Albert Road church is:
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The approximate location for the Weybridge Road church is:
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