Tyne & Wear HER: 6877
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Church of St John, Whorlton, Westerhope


The Church of St John in Whorlton, Westerhope was originally built in 1866 as a Chapel of Ease to Newburn. In c.1911 the east end of the church with the rounded apse had been demolished and a new taller sanctuary was built.[1

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Tyne and Wear HER(6877): Whorlton, Church of St. John
- "Built in 1866 as a Chapel of Ease, administered by the curates of Newburn Parish. By 1896 Dr. Nowell the new vicar of Newburn had arranged for Whorlton to have ...

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