Definition of Chapelry. Meaning of Chapelry. Synonyms of Chapelry

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Definition of Chapelry

Chapelry
Chapelry Chap"el*ry, n. [Cf. OF. chapelerie.] The territorial district legally assigned to a chapel.

Meaning of Chapelry from wikipedia

- A chapelry was a subdivision of an ecclesiastical parish in England and parts of Lowland Scotland up to the mid 19th century. It had a similar status to...
- each ancient parish whilst the second one gives information about each chapelry that may exist within each ancient parish. This complexity is brought about...
- Until 1865 Heaton was part of the Rushton chapelry, dependent on L**** parish church; in that year the chapelry became a parish. Listed buildings in Heaton...
- Uxbridge, the borough's commercial and administrative centre. Yiewsley was a chapelry in the ancient parish of Hillingdon, Middle****. The po****tion of the Yiewsley...
- North Yorkshire, England. Bay Town, its local name, is in the ancient chapelry of Fylingdales in the wapentake of Whitby Strand. It is on the Cleveland...
- church administration, although parts of a parish may be subdivided as a chapelry, with a chapel of ease or filial church serving as the local place of worship...
- chapel of ease when the parish was recombined with St Peter's in 1953. Chapelry Filial church Pilgrimage church Wooster, Lyman. "Chapels of Ease". Heritage...
- the numbering followed, alphabetically, by their most important parish, chapelry, topological or built environment feature names, up to 10. Similarly as...
- opened in 2000 on the site of the old Star Brewery. Romford formed a chapelry in the large ancient parish of Hornchurch in the Becontree hundred of Es****;...
- districts were numbered alphabetically by their most important parish, chapelry, topographical or built environment feature. As of 2004, the district names...
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