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List of Commissioners' churches in Yorkshire

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A Commissioners' church is an Anglican church in the United Kingdom built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Act 1818, and subsequent related Acts. Such churches have been given a number of titles, including "Commissioners' Churches", "Waterloo Churches" and "Million Act Churches". In some cases the Commissioners provided the full cost of the new church; in other cases they provided a grant and the balance was raised locally. This list contains the Commissioners' churches in Yorkshire.

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Contents

Key

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Grade Criteria[1]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Churches

Name and location Photograph Date Grant
in £
Architect Notes and refs. Grade
St George, Barnsley
53°33′05″N 1°29′11″W / 53.5515°N 1.4864°W / 53.5515; -1.4864 (St George's Church, Barnsley)
1821–22 5,963 Thomas Rickman Gothic Revival with bell turret and clerestory.[2][3] II
St Lawrence,
Pudsey, Leeds
53°47′36″N 1°40′01″W / 53.7934°N 1.6669°W / 53.7934; -1.6669 (St Lawrence's Church, Pudsey)
1821–23 13,475 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower.
Restored in 1907.[2][4]
II
St Peter,
Stanley, Wakefield
53°42′49″N 1°28′18″W / 53.7135°N 1.4717°W / 53.7135; -1.4717 (St Peter's Church, Wakefield)
Stanley St Peters Church - geograph.org.uk - 1182507.jpg
1821–24 11,989 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with turrets.
Burned in 1911; rebuilt 1913.[2][5]
II
St George, Sheffield
53°22′54″N 1°28′51″W / 53.3818°N 1.4807°W / 53.3818; -1.4807 (St George's Church, Sheffield)
Stgeorges.jpg
1821–25 15,181 John Woodhead and William Hurst Gothic Revival with tower.[2][6] II
Christ Church,
Attercliffe, Sheffield
Attercliffe riverside.jpg
1822–26 12,041 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower. Bombed 1940; demolished other than the tower 1950.[2][7]
St Philip,
Shalesmoor, Sheffield
1822–27 13,116 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower.
Demolished 1952.[2]
St Paul, Alverthorpe,
53°41′32″N 1°31′54″W / 53.6922°N 1.5316°W / 53.6922; -1.5316 (St Paul's Church, Alverthorpe)
St Paul's Church, Alverthorpe, Wakefield - geograph.org.uk - 250419.jpg
1823–25 8,082 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with tower.[2][8] II
St Paul, Hanging Heaton
53°42′16″N 1°36′33″W / 53.7044°N 1.6091°W / 53.7044; -1.6091 (St Paul's Church, Hanging Heaton)
1823–25 4,811 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower. Altered in 1894.[2][9] II
Christ Church,
Meadow Lane, Leeds
1823–25 10,555 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with tower.
Demolished 1972.[2][10]
St Mary,
Quarry Hill, Leeds
1823–25 10,809 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower.
Demolished late 1970s.[2]
St Paul, Shipley
53°50′02″N 1°46′58″W / 53.8339°N 1.7827°W / 53.8339; -1.7827 (St Paul's Church, Shipley)
St Pauls, Shipley, West Yorkshire.jpg
1823–25 7,992 John Oates Gothic Revival with tower.
Restored in 1876.[2][11]
II
St Matthew, Wilsden
53°49′27″N 1°51′39″W / 53.8242°N 1.8607°W / 53.8242; -1.8607 (St Matthew's Church, Wilsden)
1823–25 8,174 John Oates Gothic Revival with tower.
Closed in 1954; since demolished.[2]
St Mark,
Woodhouse, Leeds
53°48′43″N 1°33′12″W / 53.8119°N 1.5534°W / 53.8119; -1.5534 (St Mark's Church, Woodhouse)
StMarksChurchWoodhouse.jpg
1823–26 9,637 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with tower. Open see www.gatewayleeds.net .[2][12] II
St John, Dewsbury Moor
53°41′31″N 1°39′03″W / 53.6919°N 1.6508°W / 53.6919; -1.6508 (St John's Church, Dewsbury)
St John's Church, Dewsbury Moor - geograph.org.uk - 377802.jpg
1823–27 5,918 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with tower.[2][13] II
St Peter, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury 1825–27 5,301 Thomas Taylor Gothic Revival with transepts, tower and spire. Demolished 1971.[2]
St Cuthbert,
Pateley Bridge
54°05′16″N 1°45′30″W / 54.0879°N 1.7583°W / 54.0879; -1.7583 (St Cuthbert's Church, Pateley Bridge)
1825–27 2,000 John Woodhead and William Hurst Gothic Revival with tower.[14][15] II
St Mary,
Greasbrough, Rotherham
53°27′30″N 1°20′42″W / 53.4583°N 1.3450°W / 53.4583; -1.3450 (St Mary's Church, Rotherham)
St.Mary's church, Greasbrough - geograph.org.uk - 265565.jpg
1826–28 2,000 Charles Watson and
J. P. Pritchett
Gothic Revival with tower.[16][17] II
Christ Church, Scarborough
54°16′52″N 0°24′06″W / 54.2812°N 0.4017°W / 54.2812; -0.4017 (Christ Church, Scarborough)
1826–28 4,733 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with tower. Chancel added 1873. Redundant in 1977.[18]
St Mary, Sheffield
53°22′21″N 1°28′18″W / 53.3725°N 1.4716°W / 53.3725; -1.4716 (St Mary's Church, Sheffield)
St Mary's Church, Bramall Lane.JPG
1826–29 13,941 Joseph Potter Gothic Revival with tower.
Bombed in World War II.
Rebuilt in 1957.[2][19]
II*
Christ Church, Linthwaite
53°37′35″N 1°50′46″W / 53.6263°N 1.8462°W / 53.6263; -1.8462 (Christ Church, Linthwaite)
1827–28 3,035 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with west tower and spire. Chancel and other additions 1895.[16][20] II
Holy Trinity,
South Crosland
53°36′40″N 1°49′25″W / 53.6112°N 1.8237°W / 53.6112; -1.8237 (Holy Trinity Church, South Crosland)
Holy Trinity Church, Crosland.jpg
1827–29 2,272 Peter Atkinson Jnr Gothic Revival with tower.[2][21] II
St John, Golcar
53°38′20″N 1°51′19″W / 53.6389°N 1.8552°W / 53.6389; -1.8552 (St John's Church, Golcar)
Golcar Church - geograph.org.uk - 10389.jpg
1828–29 3,133 Peter Atkinson Jnr Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Chancel added 1862.[16][22] II
Holy Trinity,
Idle, Bradford
53°50′17″N 1°43′53″W / 53.8380°N 1.7314°W / 53.8380; -1.7314 (Holy Trinity Church, Idle)
Holy Trinity Church - Town Lane - Idle - geograph.org.uk - 612505.jpg
1828–29 3,115 John Oates Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Vestry added 1895.[16][23] II
St Stephen,
Kirkstall, Leeds
53°49′05″N 1°35′54″W / 53.8180°N 1.5984°W / 53.8180; -1.5984 (St Stephen's Church, Kirkstall)
1828–29 3,206 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with west tower and spire. Church enlarged in 1864 and 1874.[16][24] II
St Stephen, Lindley
53°39′32″N 1°49′21″W / 53.6589°N 1.8226°W / 53.6589; -1.8226 (St Stephen's Church, Lindley)
The Parish Church of St Stephen, Lindley - geograph.org.uk - 1468197.jpg
1828–29 2,714 John Oates Gothic Revival with west tower and spire.[16][25][26] II
Emmanuel, Lockwood
53°37′49″N 1°47′43″W / 53.6302°N 1.7954°W / 53.6302; -1.7954 (Emmanuel Church, Lockwood)
1828–29 3,047 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with west turret. Chancel added 1899.[16][27] II
All Saints,
Paddock, Huddersfield
1828–29 2,706 John Oates Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Redundant.[14][28]
Christ Church, Stannington
53°23′31″N 1°32′49″W / 53.3919°N 1.5470°W / 53.3919; -1.5470 (Christ Church, Stannington)
Christ Church, Stannington - geograph.org.uk - 1579738.jpg
1828–29 2,820 John Woodhead and William Hurst Gothic Revival with west turret.[14][29] II
St Paul, Huddersfield
53°38′38″N 1°46′47″W / 53.6438°N 1.7798°W / 53.6438; -1.7798 (St Paul's Church, Huddersfield)
1828–30 5,700 John Oates Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Chancel added 1883. Now part of the University of Huddersfield.[16][30] II
St Paul, Birkenshaw
53°45′01″N 1°41′35″W / 53.7503°N 1.6931°W / 53.7503; -1.6931 (St Paul's Church, Birkenshaw)
1829–30 3,310 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival. Tower, spire and chancel added in 1892.[18][31] II
St Matthew,
Holbeck, Leeds
53°47′07″N 1°33′33″W / 53.7854°N 1.5593°W / 53.7854; -1.5593 (St Matthew's Church, Holbeck)
Holbeck, St Mattew's Church - geograph.org.uk - 228033.jpg
1829–30 3,349 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with west tower. Spire and other additions 1860. Now used as a community centre.[10][18][32] II
St Peter, Morley
53°45′11″N 1°36′02″W / 53.7530°N 1.6006°W / 53.7530; -1.6006 (St Peter's Church, Morley)
Morley, St Peter's Church - geograph.org.uk - 228717.jpg
1829–30 2,968 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Chancel added 1885.[16][33] II
All Saints, Netherthong
53°35′01″N 1°47′25″W / 53.5835°N 1.7903°W / 53.5835; -1.7903 (All Saints Church, Netherthong)
All Saints Church, Netherthong - geograph.org.uk - 102818.jpg
1829–30 2,557 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with west turret. Chancel added 1877.[14][34] II
Christ Church, New Mill
53°34′29″N 1°45′02″W / 53.5747°N 1.7506°W / 53.5747; -1.7506 (Christ Church, New Mill)
Christ Church, New Mill - geograph.org.uk - 120414.jpg
1829–30 3,525 Peter Atkinson Gothic Revival with tower. Rebuilt in 1882.[14][35][36] II
St James,
Thornes, Wakefield
53°40′22″N 1°30′08″W / 53.6729°N 1.5021°W / 53.6729; -1.5021 (St James' Church, Thornes, Wakefield)
St James's Church, Thornes, Wakefield - geograph.org.uk - 250399.jpg
1829–30 1,000 Samuel Sharp Neoclassical with west tower.[14][37] II
St James, Myton, Hull 1829–31 3,591 Joseph Hansom Gothic Revival with tower. Bombed in World War II; demolished 1957.[18][38]
St Peter, Hoyland
53°30′09″N 1°27′13″W / 53.5026°N 1.4536°W / 53.5026; -1.4536 (St Peter's Church, Hoyland)
1830 1,000 Watson, Pritchett and Watson Gothic Revival with tower and spire.[16][39] II
St Martin, Brighouse
53°42′15″N 1°47′03″W / 53.7042°N 1.7841°W / 53.7042; -1.7841 (St Martin's Church, Brighouse)
St Martin's Church, Brighouse - geograph.org.uk - 150077.jpg
1830–31 3,605 Lees Hammerton Gothic Revival with tower. Chancel added 1905.[18][40] II
St John, Cleckheaton
53°43′29″N 1°42′35″W / 53.7246°N 1.7098°W / 53.7246; -1.7098 (St John's Church, Cleckheaton)
Cleckheaton, St John The Evangelist Church - geograph.org.uk - 227347.jpg
1830–31 2,632 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with tower. Chancel added 1854. All but the tower replaced 1886–88.[18][41] II
St James, Halifax 1830–31 4,196 John Oates Gothic Revival with two west turrets. Demolished 1955.[16]
St James, Heckmondwike
53°42′25″N 1°40′13″W / 53.7069°N 1.6702°W / 53.7069; -1.6702 (St James' Church, Heckmondwike)
1830–31 2,805 Peter Atkinson Jnr
and R. H. Sharp
Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Chancel added in 1906.[16][42] II
St James the Great,
Hebden Bridge
53°44′36″N 2°01′31″W / 53.7434°N 2.0252°W / 53.7434; -2.0252 (St James' Church, Hebden Bridge)
Parish Church of Hebden Bridge, St James the Great - geograph.org.uk - 1011913.jpg
1832–33 3,047 John Oates Gothic Revival with a west tower. Chancel added in 1876.[16][43] II
St John, Ovenden 1838 1,070 Charles Child Gothic Revival with west tower[14]
St John the Baptist,
Cragg Vale
53°42′19″N 2°00′03″W / 53.7053°N 2.0007°W / 53.7053; -2.0007 (St John's Church, Cragg Vale)
The Church of St John the Baptist in the Wilderness - geograph.org.uk - 246463.jpg
1838–39 452 Charles Child Gothic Revival with tower[18][44] II
Christ Church,
Battyeford, Mirfield
1839–40 691 Ignatius Bonomi Gothic Revival with a west tower. Demolished 1971 after a fire.[18]
Christ Church, Bridlington
54°05′05″N 0°11′36″W / 54.0847°N 0.1932°W / 54.0847; -0.1932 (Christ Church, Bridlington)
Christ Church, Bridlington - geograph.org.uk - 287398.jpg
1840 100 Sir George Gilbert Scott and Moffat Gothic Revival. Enlarged in 1857.
Tower added in 1859.[18][45]
II
Holy Trinity,
Batley Carr, Batley
53°42′05″N 1°38′09″W / 53.7013°N 1.6359°W / 53.7013; -1.6359 (Holy Trinity Church, Batley Carr)
Holy Trinity Church - Upper Road, Batley Carr - geograph.org.uk - 690772.jpg
1840–41 300 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival. West tower added in 1895.[18][46] II
St Mark, Sutton, Hull 1841–42 500 H. F. Lockwood Gothic Revival with tower. Bombed in World War II; demolished.[18]
St John the Evangelist,
Ingrow, Keighley
53°51′19″N 1°54′58″W / 53.8552°N 1.9162°W / 53.8552; -1.9162 (St John's Church, Ingrow)
Ingrow Parish Church - South Street - geograph.org.uk - 595932.jpg
1841–42 500 Walker Rawstorne Lombardic with west tower.[47] II
St Thomas, Kimberworth
53°26′02″N 1°23′39″W / 53.4339°N 1.3941°W / 53.4339; -1.3941 (St Thomas Church, Kimberworth)
Kimi church.jpg
1841–42 600 Matthew Habershon Gothic Revival with west tower. Chancel added 1882.[16][48] II
Holy Trinity, Thurgoland 1841–42 150 William Hurst and William Moffatt Gothic Revival with belfry. Demolished and replaced 1870.[14][49]
St John the Evangelist,
Farsley
53°48′40″N 1°40′18″W / 53.8110°N 1.6718°W / 53.8110; -1.6718 (St John's Church, Farsley)
St John's Church - Town Street, Farsley - geograph.org.uk - 369097.jpg
1842–43 300 William Wallen Gothic Revival with tower. Tower rebuilt 1895.[16][50] II
Holy Trinity, Queensbury
53°46′01″N 1°50′57″W / 53.7669°N 1.8492°W / 53.7669; -1.8492 (Holy Trinity Church, Queensbury)
Holy Trinity Church - Chapel Street - geograph.org.uk - 531788.jpg
1842–43 500 James Mallinson Gothic Revival with tower. Chancel added 1885. Tower rebuilt 1906.[14][51] II
St John, Dodworth
53°32′27″N 1°31′49″W / 53.5408°N 1.5302°W / 53.5408; -1.5302 (St John's Church, Dodworth)
St. John the Baptist Church - geograph.org.uk - 1089078.jpg
1843–44 250 Benjamin Taylor Norman Revival with tower. Since restored.[16][52] II
St Andrew,
Cavendish Street, Leeds
1843–44 300 Sir George Gilbert Scott and Moffatt Gothic Revival with west bell turret. Demolished.[10][16]
St John the Evangelist, Yeadon
St John the Evangelist - Church Street (geograph 2868983).jpg
1843–44 300 Walker Rawsthorne Gothic Revival. Chancel added 1893.[14]
St Paul, Denholme Gate
53°47′48″N 1°53′34″W / 53.7967°N 1.8927°W / 53.7967; -1.8927 (St Paul's Church, Denholme Gate)
Denholme Church - geograph.org.uk - 40003.jpg
1843–46 500 Chantrell and Shaw Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Redundant in 2002.[18][53] II
Holy Trinity,
Cowling, Craven
53°53′03″N 2°03′00″W / 53.8841°N 2.0499°W / 53.8841; -2.0499 (Holy Trinity Church, Cowling)
Holy Trinity Church, Cowling.jpg
1844–45 500 J. B. Chantrell Gothic Revival with tower.[18][54] II
All Saints, Roberttown 1844–45 300 Chantrell and Shaw Gothic Revival with bell turret.[14]
St John, Upper Hopton
53°39′46″N 1°42′11″W / 53.6628°N 1.7031°W / 53.6628; -1.7031 (St John's Church, Upper Hopton)
St John's Church Upper Hopton - geograph.org.uk - 80907.jpg
1844–45 100 Ignatius Bonomi and
J. A. Cory
Gothic Revival with a west tower.[16][55] II
St Paul,
King Cross, Halifax
53°42′54″N 1°52′59″W / 53.7151°N 1.8831°W / 53.7151; -1.8831 (St Paul's Church Steeple, King Cross, Halifax)
1844–46 300 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Replaced in 1912, other than the steeple.[16][56] II
Christ Church, Oakworth
53°50′45″N 1°57′16″W / 53.8458°N 1.9545°W / 53.8458; -1.9545 (Christ Church, Oakworth)
Christ Church - Colne Road, Oakworth - geograph.org.uk - 518902.jpg
1845–46 500 William Wallen Gothic Revival with belfry.[14][57] II
St Philip,
Wellington Street, Leeds
1845–47 300 C. W. Burleigh Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Demolished 1931.[10][16]
St Paul, Shepley
53°35′01″N 1°42′44″W / 53.5837°N 1.7121°W / 53.5837; -1.7121 (St Paul's Church, Shepley)
St Paul's Church, Marsh Lane, Shepley - geograph.org.uk - 1275038.jpg
1845–48 100 William Wallen Chancel added 1868.[14][58] II
St Paul, Sculcoates, Hull 1846–47 500 W. F. Dykes Gothic Revival with steeple. Bombed in World War II; demolished.[18]
St Mary the Virgin, Wyke
53°44′12″N 1°46′18″W / 53.7366°N 1.7717°W / 53.7366; -1.7717 (St Mary's Church, Wyke)
St Mary's Church, Wyke - geograph.org.uk - 1286820.jpg
1846–47 500 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with tower and spire.[14][59] II
St Luke,
Eccleshill, Bradford
53°48′58″N 1°43′11″W / 53.8160°N 1.7198°W / 53.8160; -1.7198 (St Luke's Church, Eccleshill)
1846–48 1,114 Walker Rawstorne Gothic Revival with tower and spire. Chancel added in 1913.[16]
St James,
Woodside, Horsforth
53°34′08″N 1°47′42″W / 53.5690°N 1.7949°W / 53.5690; -1.7949 (St James' Church, Horsforth)
St James' Church, Low Lane, Horsforth - geograph.org.uk - 100675.jpg
1846–48 200 C. W. Burleigh Gothic Revival.[14][60] II
St John, Upperthong
53°34′08″N 1°47′42″W / 53.5690°N 1.7949°W / 53.5690; -1.7949 (St John's Church, Upperthong)
1846–48 200 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with large south tower and transepts. Chancel added 1875.[16][61] II
St Peter, Walsden
53°41′42″N 2°05′56″W / 53.6950°N 2.0988°W / 53.6950; -2.0988 (St Peter's Church, Walsden)
1846–48 250 Charles Child Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Following a fire the nave was replaced but the spire remains.[62][63] II
St Matthew, Dewsbury
Former Church - Huddersfield Road - geograph.org.uk - 903382.jpg
1847–48 250 Ignatius Bonomi and John Augustus Cory Gothic Revival with a massive tower. Since restored.[18][64] II
Christ Church,
East Knottingley
53°42′39″N 1°14′17″W / 53.7108°N 1.2381°W / 53.7108; -1.2381 (Christ Church, East Knottingley)
1847–48 200 Charles Vickers Gothic Revival with a bell gable.
Since demolished.[16]
St Michael, Mytholmroyd
53°43′49″N 1°58′52″W / 53.7302°N 1.9811°W / 53.7302; -1.9811 (St Michael's Church, Mytholmroyd)
Mytholmroyd, St Michael's Church - geograph.org.uk - 2051499.jpg
1847–48 300 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with west tower. Chancel added 1887.[14][65] II
St Michael, Whitby 1847–48 150 J. B. and
W. Atkinson
Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[18]
St Matthew,
Bankfoot, Bradford
53°46′08″N 1°45′50″W / 53.7690°N 1.7639°W / 53.7690; -1.7639 (St Matthew's Church, Bradford)
St Matthew's Church - Bankfoot - geograph.org.uk - 397339.jpg
1848–49 200 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with a bell gable and spirelet.[18][66] II
St Jude, Eldon Street, Sheffield 1848–49 250 Joseph Mitchell Gothic Revival. Demolished 1947[14]
St John, Whitby
54°29′08″N 0°37′00″W / 54.4855°N 0.6168°W / 54.4855; -0.6168 (St John's Church, Whitby)
St John's Church, Whitby.jpg
1848–49 750 J. B. and
W. Atkinson
Gothic Revival style.[18][67] II
St Mary the Virgin, Oxenhope
53°48′29″N 1°57′21″W / 53.8081°N 1.9557°W / 53.8081; -1.9557 (St Mary the Virgin's Church, Oxenhope)
St Mary's Church, Oxenhope.jpg
1849 250 Ignatius Bonomi and
J. A. Cory
Norman Revival with west tower.[14][68] II
St Michael and All Angels, Shelf
53°45′26″N 1°48′12″W / 53.7572°N 1.8034°W / 53.7572; -1.8034 (St Michael's Church, Shelf)
St Michael's Church, Carr House Road, Shelf - geograph.org.uk - 208639.jpg
1849 250 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with bell gable.[14]
St John the Baptist,
Clayton, Bradford
53°47′02″N 1°49′17″W / 53.7838°N 1.8214°W / 53.7838; -1.8214 (St John the Baptist's Church, Clayton)
St John the Baptist, Clayton Parish Church, - geograph.org.uk - 1859651.jpg
1849–50 1,031 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival style.[18][69] II
All Saints,
York Road, Leeds
1849–50 300 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with spire. Demolished and replaced 1980.[10][16]
St Luke, East Morton
53°52′22″N 1°51′13″W / 53.8728°N 1.8537°W / 53.8728; -1.8537 (St Luke's Church, East Morton)
1849–50 500 William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse [14][70]
Christ Church
Pitsmoor, Sheffield
53°23′48″N 1°28′03″W / 53.3968°N 1.4674°W / 53.3968; -1.4674 (Christ Church, Pitsmoor)
Christ Church, Pitsmoor - geograph.org.uk - 31224.jpg
1849–50 232 William Flockton and Thomas Lee Gothic Revival with west tower. Additions in 1895.[14][71] II
St Jude,
Moorfields, Sheffield
1849–52
1854–55
350 Joseph Mitchell
Flockton and Son
Gothic Revival with bell turret. The tower fell in on the nave and the church had to be rebuilt. Demolished.[14]
St Mary the Virgin,
Gomersal
53°43′45″N 1°41′20″W / 53.7292°N 1.6888°W / 53.7292; -1.6888 (St Mary's Church, Gomersal)
Gomersal Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 78082.jpg
1850–51 180 John Dobson Gothic Revival with a tower. Transepts added 1864.[16][72] II
St Matthew, Camp Road,
Little London, Leeds
1850–51 200 C. W. Burleigh Gothic Revival with southwest tower, spire and transepts. Demolished.[10][16]
Christ Church, Ossett
53°40′13″N 1°34′21″W / 53.6704°N 1.5726°W / 53.6704; -1.5726 (Christ Church, Ossett)
Christ Church from the south, Ossett - geograph.org.uk - 966043.jpg
1850–51 200 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with tower. Spire added later.[14][73] II
St Andrew,
North Horton, Bradford
1851–52 200 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with northeast tower. Spire added 1863. Demolished 1965.[18]
St John the Evangelist,
Cullingworth
53°49′42″N 1°53′57″W / 53.8284°N 1.8992°W / 53.8284; -1.8992 (St John's Church, Cullingworth)
St John the Evangelist - Old Lane - geograph.org.uk - 840588.jpg
1851–53 500 William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Restored in 1902.[18][74] II
St John the Baptist,
New Wortley, Leeds
1852 350 Jeremiah Dobson Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished.[10][16]
Christ Church,
Barkisland, Halifax
53°40′31″N 1°55′09″W / 53.6754°N 1.9193°W / 53.6754; -1.9193 (Christ Church, Barkisland)
Christ Church, Barkisland - geograph.org.uk - 65557.jpg
1852–53 150 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with a bell gable.[18][75] II
St Mary the Virgin,
Embsay
53°58′58″N 1°59′01″W / 53.9829°N 1.9837°W / 53.9829; -1.9837 (St Mary's Church, Embsay)
Embsay and Eastby Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 75814.jpg
1852–53 150 Thomas Shaw Gothic Revival.[16][76] II
St Jude,
Hunslet, Leeds
1852–53 300 C. W. Burleigh and Philip Boyce Gothic Revival. Demolished.[10][16]
St Michael,
Buslingthorpe, Leeds
1852–54 300 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival. Demolished 1969.[10][16][77]
St Thomas, Brightside, Sheffield
53°25′16″N 1°25′08″W / 53.4212°N 1.4188°W / 53.4212; -1.4188 (St Thomas' Church, Brightside)
Sheffield - St Thomas, Brightside - geograph.org.uk - 349284.jpg
1852–53 100 Flockton and Son Gothic Revival with southwest tower and spire.[14][78] II
St Stephen,
Burmantofts, Leeds
1853–54 200 R. D. Chantrell Gothic Revival with bell turret. Demolished.[10][16]
Christ Church,
Mount Pellon, Halifax
53°43′51″N 1°53′20″W / 53.7308°N 1.8889°W / 53.7308; -1.8889 (Christ Church, Mount Pellon)
Christ Church, Mount Pellon, Ovenden - geograph.org.uk - 1222410.jpg
1853–54 125 James Mallinson and Thomas Healey Gothic Revival with southwest turret. Later enlarged.[14][79] II
St Mary, Wakefield 1853–54 300 Charles Clapham Gothic Revival with southwest tower and spire. Enlarged 1887.[14]
St Thomas,
The Groves, York
53°58′04″N 1°04′46″W / 53.9678°N 1.0795°W / 53.9678; -1.0795 (St Thomas' Church, York)
1853–54 50 George Fowler Jones Gothic Revival with bell turret on the west gable.[14][80] II
Christ Church,
Brampton Bierlow
53°30′12″N 1°21′57″W / 53.5033°N 1.3659°W / 53.5033; -1.3659 (Christ Church, Brampton Bierlow)
Christ Church, Brampton Bierlow.jpg
1854–55 125 Pritchett and Sons Gothic Revival with a tower and chancel.[18][81] II
St Barnabas,
Brewery Field, Leeds
1854–55 250 John T. Fairbank Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[10][16]
St Matthew
Carver Street, Sheffield
53°22′47″N 1°28′24″W / 53.3797°N 1.4733°W / 53.3797; -1.4733 (St Matthew's Church, Sheffield)
1854–55 200 Flockton and Son Gothic Revival style with west steeple. Chancel added 1884.[14][82] II
St Mary the Virgin, Eastwood 1854–56 230 William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse Gothic Revival with a bell gable. Demolished.[16]
Holy Trinity, Knaresborough
54°00′23″N 1°27′58″W / 54.0064°N 1.4660°W / 54.0064; -1.4660 (Holy Trinity Church, Knaresborough)
1854–56 300 Joseph Fawcett Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[16][83] II
St Paul, Pudsey 1855–56 200 William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse Gothic Revival.[14]

See also

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