[former] Quina Brook Congregational Chapel
[former] Quina Brook Congregational Chapel

The Congregationalists were meeting in Quina Brook by 1834 (when they donated money to missionary causes) and probably for some years before that. The chapel's exact date of erection is not known but a chapel at Edstaston (Quina Brook was in that hamlet) was registered for nonconformist worship by Thomas & Philip Weston on 12th May 1834. In the 1851 Religious Census it was said to have been built by 1834. There were 40 worshippers at their evening service in March 1851. The chapel subsequently closed and was put up for auction on the 23rd June 1868 at Wem. It seems likely that the Primitive Methodists bought it.
Grid ref: SJ 523328

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