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May 1998. View over St Michaels Church graveyard with Scout Road School in the top left.

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The old church at Heptonstall taken from the porch of the new church

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A Chapel was built in 1837 by a breakaway group from Mankinholes Chapel but as the congregation grew it was demolished and replaced by this larger building in 1877. The Chapel remains open as at 2015.

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On the hillside above Burnley Road the chapel was founded in 1777 and enlarged and extended over the years. The church closed in the 1960s and a part is now a private house but the rest is derelict and the chapel roofless.

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The grave is in the burial ground of the first Unitarian Church off Longfield Road which became the Sunday School when the magnificent new church opened in 1869. Although a very wealthy mill owner and influential politician he requested a very simple…

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The grave is in the burial ground of the first Unitarian Church off Longfield Road which became the Sunday School when the magnificent new church opened in 1869. Although a very wealthy mill owner and influential politician he requested a very simple…

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The spelling of family name has since changed to Newell.

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In the new churchyard, Heptonstall
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