Dudley, St James the Great

 

Dudley, St James the Great, Eve Hill


St James the Great was built in 1840 to serve the growing population to the south west of the town centre. The designs were by local architect, William Bourne. It became a separate parish in 1844. The church was restored and extended in 1869.

          

St James the Great exterior and interior.        (stjamesdudley.org.uk)

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References:   The Buildings of England, Staffordshire, Nikolaus Pevsner. (Penguin Books, 1974) 
                        Churches of the Black Country, Tim Bridges. (Logaston Press, 2008)

Websites:        Grade II Listed Building:  Listing Details Here
                         Historic England Listing
                         A Church Near You
                         Family History Website

Nearby churches are:  See Dudley Main Page

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