Placename Index, J
Jackfield, Shropshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Interior view.
Both © James Murray.
Two additional interiors - 1, 2, the
altar and font, all © Dennis Harper (2013). Link.
Nottinghamshire, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Pye Hill Road. SK 4426
© David Regan (2021).
This source has an un-dated pre-closure photo, and says that at the time it was
called Trinity Methodist Church. A demolished United Free
Methodist Chapel stood a little way north at SK 4414 5194. The house
built on the site can be seen
here in a Streetview of 2019.
Jackson Bridge, West Yorkshire, the site of
the demolished Methodist Chapel - only the burial grounds remain. © David Regan
is a photo of the chapel.
Jacobstow, Cornwall, St. James.
SX 1981 9584. © Kevin Price (2017).
Grade I listed. About a mile S.S.W. of the village, at Headon Cross,
is Eden Methodist Church,
seen by Streetview in 2021. It's dated
here to 1893, as Bible Christian. SX 1945 9428. Its predecessor - the Sunday
School when the new chapel was built - stands a short distance away at SX 1937
9444. Streetview saw it in
Jacobstowe, Devon, St. James.
Another view. SS 5864 0160. Both ©
Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Grade II* listed. Headstones and a tomb in the churchyard are listed
separately - they can be found
Jameston, Pembrokeshire, former Chapel, now in secular use. SS 057 989. © Mike Berrell.
Tyne & Wear., St. Paul. Link. Christ Church at Jarrow Grange. NZ3265.
Link. Grange Road Baptist Church. NZ3265. All © Bill Henderson.
Jeffreyston, Pembrokeshire, St. Jeffrey and St. Oswald (CiW). SN 090 065. © Mike Berrell. Two interior views -
2, both © Mike Berrell (2012). Pisgah Baptist Church (1921). SN 089 064.
© Mike Berrell.
Jerusalem, Gwynedd (near
Trawsfynydd), Jerusalem Independent Chapel.
SH 7142 3006.
Coflein says it was built in 1826, and rebuilt in 1893. The
proclaims "1826". Both © Howard Richter (2016).
Jervaulx, North Yorkshire, the ruins of the Cistercian Abbey. © David Regan (2010). Three further views -
1, 2, 3, all © Steve Bulman
Jesmond, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear - see Jesmond.
Jevington, St. Andrew. From an old
postcard (franked 1904) in Steve
Johnston, Pembrokeshire, St. Peter (Anglican). SM 932 104. © Dave Westrap. Another view. © Mike Berrell (2009).
Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2012).
Link. Former chapel (1923), now in secular use. Can you
provide the denomination? My appreciation to Janet Gimber, who has advised this
is in fact the church hall for St. Peter. SM 932 105. © Mike Berrell (2009). Baptist Church (1954).
Interior view. SM 932 104. Both © Mike Berrell (2012).
the Quaker Meeting House, as seen by Streetview in 2016. Two old postcards, from
Christopher Skottowe's Collection, show the
burial ground, and the interior.
SU 9745 9102. Link. The
history page dates it
Grade I listed.
Jordanstown, Co. Antrim, St. Patrick (CoI). J 354 853. © Gerard
Jordanston, Pembrokeshire, St. Cawrda (CiW),
rebuilt in 1797. Interior view. SM
918 324. Both © Mike Berrell.
South Yorkshire, St. George. Another view.
SE 3788 0109. Hemingfield and Jump Cemetery, on Cemetery Road, has a
Mortuary Chapel. SE 3845 0132.
Wesleyan Reform Chapel stands on
Church Street. SE 3789 0115. Link. It
was preceded by a now-demolished chapel further east along Church Street, at SE
3799 0116. Its site has been
used for housing, seen in a
Streetview from 2019. All
© David Regan (2021).