Nottinghamshire Churches which no longer exist

ADBOLTON All Hallows The church was demolished in 1746, and the recotory was annexed to Holme Pierrepont.
BASFORD St Augustine of England Situated on New High Church Street, built in 1852, demolished in 1989.
BEVERCOTES St Giles Chapelry of West Markham parish. Demolished c1643.
BLIDWORTH Chapel of St Lawrence Fell down in 1736, and was replaced with church of St Mary.
COLSTON BASSETT St Mary Church closed 1892, and building now in ruins. Replaced by St John the Divine.
COLWICK St John the Baptist Closed in 1936, and building now in ruins.
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COTHAM St Michael Closed c1976, and parish united with Hawton.
FLAWFORD St Peter Demolished in 1773, and superseded by its chapelry at Ruddington.
HABBLESTHORPE St Peter Church was in ruins in 1743, and now only churchyard remains. United with North Leverton.
HAUGHTON St James Chapelry of Walesby, now in ruins.
KIMBERLEY Chapel Chapelry of St Mary, Greasley. Was in ruins by 1797, and dissapeared by 1850. Replaced by Holy Trinity in 1847.
KINOULTON St Wilfrid Only churchyard remains. Replaced by St Luke, which was built 1790.
NEWSTEAD Newstead Abbey Abbey closed during Dissolution and Newstead became a liberty. Services were held in the Abbey's private chapel in 1881, but the chapel buildings are now in ruins.
NOTTINGHAM Emmanuel Woodborough Road. Church was built in 1885, and demolished in 1972.
NOTTINGHAM Holy Trinity Milton Street. Built 1841 Demolished circa 1956.  Now the site of a car park.
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NOTTINGHAM St Ann Built at the junction of Corporation Road and St Ann's Well Road in 1864 and demolished in 1971.
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NOTTINGHAM St Bartholomew Bluebell Hill Road. Built 1886, demolished after 1972.
NOTTINGHAM St James Built on Standard Hill in 1815.Demolished.
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NOTTINGHAM St John the Baptist Built on Leen Side, in 1843. Destroyed during an air raid in May 1941, and remains later demolished.
NOTTINGHAM St Luke Carlton Road (see under Sneinton)
NOTTINGHAM St Mark Near Windsor Street. Built c1860. Demolished.
NOTTINGHAM St Matthew Upper Talbot Street. Built c1856. Demolished 1956.
NOTTINGHAM St Paul George Street. Built 1822 as chapel of ease to St Mary. Closed 1923.
NOTTINGHAM St Stephen Built 1868 on Lower Parliament Street. Demolished to build Great Central Railway.
NOTTINGHAM St Thomas Park Row. Built circa 1873? Closed circa 1926.
REMPSTONE St Peter in the Rushes Demolished 1771 and replaced with All Saints.
RUFFORD Rufford Abbey Abbey closed during Dissolution and Rufford became extra-parochial. Services were held in the Abbey's private chapel in 1881, but buildings are now in ruins.
SAXONDALE St Martin Chapelry. Now closed.
SNEINTON St Alban Built 1867, closed 1964 (?). Parish united  with St Stephens.
SNEINTON St Luke Carlton Road. Built 1863, closed 1924. Demolished in October 1925.
SNEINTON St Philip Built 1880, closed 1963. Parish united with St Christopher (1910)
SOUTH WHEATLEY St Helen In ruins. Parish united with North Wheatley in 1883.
THORPE IN THE GLEBE ? In ruins by 1824. Holy Trinity at Wysall used by villagers.
WEST BURTON St Helen Demolished c1886, and parish united with North Wheatley.
WIVERTON HALL St Lawrence Extra Parochial. Chapel was in ruins by 1677.

    This information was gathered from three main sources: The Nottinghamshire volume of the National Index of Parish Registers, pub. by the Society of Genealogists, Kelly's Directory of Nottinghamshire 1881 and The Alan Godfrey Series of Maps covering central and south Nottingham dated 1899. However, there may be additional churches which no longer exist, and if you know of one I would be grateful if you could contact me.


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