The 1861 register states that it is thought to be private
property, the 1862 return states
that it has recently been presented by Mrs ..
The 1851 religious census stated
there were 220 seats and an average attendance of 30 (+5 S/S
scholars) at the morning service, 60 (plus 20 S/S scholars)
at the afternoon and 55 (plus 10 S/S) at the evening
service. John Bridson, Steward.
The c.1895 date, taken from the FF brochure, possibly refers
to the new extension.