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    I believe Green Batt Meeting House was also known as Sion or Zion Meeting House.
    But that chapel isn't in Green Batt and it is listed as a separate chapel - see TNA catalogue and also https://www.ismayons.com/nonconformists/presbyterian.htm

    Has anyone looked through the 1851 religious census*? That can sometimes be informative about the location and denomination of various churches and chapels in a locality.

    * Alnwick seems to be HO 129/559

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Goodey View Post
    But that chapel isn't in Green Batt and it is listed as a separate chapel - see TNA catalogue and also https://www.ismayons.com/nonconformists/presbyterian.htm

    Has anyone looked through the 1851 religious census*? That can sometimes be informative about the location and denomination of various churches and chapels in a locality.

    * Alnwick seems to be HO 129/559
    Thank you, Peter
    Alma

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