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Adlingfleet, All Saints. Interior view and side altar. This memorial is to Mary Ramsden, who left her fortune to Catherine Hall, Cambridge. A ceremonial cleaning is undertaken yearly, known as "Washing Mary Ramsden's neck". All James Murray.
Airmyn, St. David. Bill Henderson. Another view. James Murray.
Aldbrough, St. Bartholomew. Methodist Church. Former Chapel. The smaller building to the left has a tablet - "Sabbath School for Children of Every Denomination. 1835, Restored 1907". Janet Gimber advises that this chapel shows on old maps as Wesleyan Methodist. All James Murray. Former Primitive Methodist Chapel. James Murray (2009).
Allerthorpe, St. Botolph (O). Bill Henderson. Another view, two interior views- 1, 2, and the font, all David Regan (2012). Link. Grade II listed - link. Former Methodist Chapel. David Regan (2012).
Anlaby and Anlaby Common, Hull - see Hull.
Atwick, St. Lawrence. James Murray.
Aughton, All Saints. Bill Henderson. Two further views - 1, 2. An inscription on the tower is a memorial to the Pilgrimage of Grace - the leader, Robert Aske, was associated with nearby Aughton Hall. All David Regan (2012). Link.
Avenues, Hull - see Hull.

Bainton, St. Andrew. Bill Henderson. Methodist Church. James Murray.
Barmby Moor, St Catherine, SE 776 489. Paul Brown. Another view. Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Barmby on the Marsh, St. Helen. Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson.
Barmston, All Saints. James Murray.
Beeford, St. Leonard. Former Chapel, on the road to Brandesburton. Now the Chapel Moor Pets' Crematorium. Both James Murray. Janet Gimber advises that this was originally Primitive Methodist, and later Methodist, and appears to have gone out of use in the late 1970's or early 1980's.
Bempton, St. Michael. James Murray. The Methodist Church stands at TA 188 722. It replaced a Wesleyan chapel of 1825 in 1903. Another view. The window lintels are unusual, being composed of multiple blocks. All Howard Richter (2013). Link. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Bolam lane. Probably built in the 1840's (it shows on the OS map of 1851), evidence suggests that it finally closed in the 1960's. Another view. TA 187 722. Both Howard Richter (2013).
Bessingby, St. Magnus. Bill Henderson.
Beswick, St. Margaret. James Murray.
Beverley.
Bewholme, St. John the Baptist. James Murray.
Bielby, St. Giles. Bill Henderson.
Bilton, St. Peter. James Murray. Link.
Bilton Grange, Hull - see Hull.
Bishop Burton, All Saints. Shona Murdoch. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Jack Nicholson. Grade II* listed - link.
Bishop Wilton, St. Edith. James Murray. Link.
Blacktoft, Holy Trinity. SE 840 243. Tim Pickles. Interior view. (and starring) James Murray. James advises the this church was formerly known as St. Clement. Another interior view. Bill Henderson. Former Wesleyan Chapel, now a private residence. James Murray.
Bolton, Bolton and Fangfoss Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan. SE 771 522. David Regan (2012).
Boynton, St. Andrew. James Murray. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the altar, all Kenneth Paver.
Brandesburton, St. Mary. James Murray. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Bransholme, Hull - see Hull.
Brantingham, All Saints. Geoff Wardle. Two further views - 1, 2, both Tracey Kitching.
Bridlington.
Broomfleet, St. Mary. Interior view. The former Wesleyan Chapel (long disused) is currently in use as a garage. All James Murray.
Brough, All Saints. SE 940 268. Tim Pickles. Methodist Church. Interior view. Both James Murray.
Bubwith, All Saints. James Murray.
Bugthorpe, St. Andrew. James Murray.
Burnby, St. Giles. James Murray.
Burstwick, All Saints. James Murray.
Burton Agnes, St. Martin. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Bill Henderson. The following are all James Murray - interior view, side chapel, the Boynton Memorial Chapel. Another interior view, memorial, window, and detail of the tomb, all Kenneth Paver. Former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan), now known as Mere House. James Murray.
Burton Fleming, St. Cuthbert. James Murray.
Burton Pidsea, St. Peter and St. Paul. Interior view. The church has a chapel dedicated to St. Mary. All James Murray. Another interior view, Kenneth Paver.

Carnaby, St. John the Baptist. Bill Henderson.
Catwick, St. Michael. James Murray.
Cherry Burton, St. Michael and All Angels. James Murray.
Cottingham.
Cowlam, St. Mary. James Murray. Link.
Cranswick, Methodist Church. Bill Henderson.

Derringham, Hull - see Hull.
Driffield, dedicated to All Saints. Bill Henderson.
Drypool, Hull - see Hull.
Dunnington (near Beeford), St. Nicholas. James Murray. Link.
Dunswell, St. Faith. Another view. A victim of the 2007 floods, the congregation were temporarily using a nearby pub (The Ship) for services. James advises that the church is now (May 2008) fully restored and back in use. Interior view. All James Murray. Link.

Easington, All Saints. Link. Wesleyan Chapel. Both James Murray.
East Cottinwith, St. Mary. Bill Henderson.
East Cowick, Holy Trinity. Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Eastrington, St. Michael. Bill Henderson. Another view, the side altar (south aisle) and two interior views - 1, 2,  James Murray. Wesleyan Methodist Church. Bill Henderson.
Ellerker, St. Anne. SE 921 294. Tim Pickles. Interior view. And another. Both James Murray. Former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. James Murray.
Ellerton, St. Mary. Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson.
Elloughton, St. Mary the Virgin. SE 944 282. Tim Pickles. Interior view. James Murray. U.R.C. SE 945 280. Tim Pickles. Interior view, Jennifer Murray.
Elstronwick (or Elsternwick), St. Lawrence. James Murray.
Etton, St. Mary. James Murray. Link.
Everingham, St. Everilda. Shona Murdoch.

Fangfoss, St. Martin. James Murray.
Fimber, St. Mary. James Murray.
Flamborough, St. Oswald. James Murray. Link.
Fordon, St. James. James Murray.
Foston on the Wolds, St. Andrew. James Murray. Link.
Fraisthorpe, St. Edmund. Bill Henderson.
Fridaythorpe, St. Mary. The clock. Both James Murray.
Full Sutton, St. Mary the Virgin. James Murray.

Ganton, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson.
Garton, Methodist Church James Murray.
Garton on the Wolds, St. Michael. Bill Henderson.
Garton with Grimston, St. Michael. Bill Henderson.
Gilberdyke, Methodist Church. Another view. Interior view. All James Murray.
Gipsyville, Hull  - see Hull.
Goodmanham, All Hallows. Shona Murdoch.
Goole.
Goxhill, St. Giles, re-built in 1810. Interior view. Improving words above the door. All James Murray. Link.
Great Givendale, St. Ethelburga. James Murray.
Great Hatfield, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, dating from 1901, now disused and up for sale. James Murray.
Greatfield, Hull - see Hull.
Grindale, St. Nicholas. James Murray.

Haisthorpe, Woldgate Methodist Church. Interior view. Both James Murray.
Halsham, All Saints. Former Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. Both James Murray.

Harpham, St. John of Beverley. Bill Henderson. Another view. James Murray. James advises that St. John was born here. Interior view. John Balaam (2008).
Harswell, St. Peter. Bill Henderson.
Hayton, St. Martin. James Murray.
Hedon, St. Augustine. Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Steve Bulman's Collection. St. Mary and St. Joseph (R.C.). James Murray. Methodist Church. James Murray (2009).
Hessle.
High Catton, the former Wesleyan Chapel (derelict?). David Regan (2012).
Hilston, St. Margaret. James Murray.
Hollym, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson.
Holme upon Spalding Moor, dedicated to All Saints
. Bill Henderson. Selby Road Methodist Church. James Murray.
Holmpton, St. Nicholas. James Murray.
Hook, St. Mary the Virgin. Bill Henderson. Another view. James Murray.

Hornsea.
Hotham, St. Oswald. SE 894 345. Tim Pickles. Interior view. Stained glass window. Both James Murray. Former Chapel on Main Street and Amen Lane, now a private residence. James Murray. Janet Gimber has advised that this was Primitive Methodist, later Methodist.
Howden, the Minster. Bill Henderson. Interior view. James Murray. Church of the Sacred Heart (R.C.). James Murray. Methodist Church. James Murray.
Huggate, St. Mary. James Murray.
Hull.
Humbleton, St. Peter. James Murray.
Hutton Cranswick, St. Peter. Bill Henderson. Another view. Jack Nicholson.

Kexby, St. Paul. Bill Henderson. Stella Fisher has advised (2010) that the church is now a private residence, and up for sale.
Keyingham, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson. Another view. Jack Nicholson. Link.
Kilham, All Saints. James Murray.
Kilnsea, the former St. Helen, now a private residence. James Murray.
Kilnwick, All Saints. James Murray.
Kilnwick Percy, St. Helen. From an old postcard in Geoff Watts' Collection.
Kirby Underdale, All Saints. James Murray.
Kirkburn, St. Mary. Bill Henderson.
Kirkella, St. Andrew. Interior view. Both James Murray. Link.

Langtoft, St. Peter. James Murray.
Laxton, St. Peter. SE 792 255. Tim Pickles. Interior view, and Easter Cross, both James Murray. Former Wesleyan Chapel, now a workshop. James Murray. The Old Church, originally dedicated to St. John, of which only the chancel remains. The rest of the church was demolished in mid-Victorian times. Since then it has been used as a mortuary chapel, but is now a storeroom. Another view. Both James Murray.
Leconfield, St. Catherine. James Murray. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Jack Nicholson. Grade I listed - link.
Leven, Holy Trinity. Methodist Church. Both James Murray.
Lissett, St. James of Compostella. James Murray. Link.
Little Driffield, St. Mary, alternatively St. Peter (see link). James Murray. Link.
Little Weighton, former Methodist Church, now a private residence. James Murray.
Lockington, St. Mary. James Murray.
Londesborough, All Saints. James Murray.
Long Riston, St. Margaret. James Murray.
Longhill, Hull - see Hull.
Low Catton, All Saints. David Regan (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed - link.
Lowthorpe, St. Martin. Another view. At one time a small monastery, the church is now in the nave, the chancel being ruinous. Both James Murray.
Lund (near Beverley), All Saints. Another view. Alan Craxford. Another view, and the door, both Jack Nicholson. Grade II* listed - link.

Mappleton, All Saints. Former Wesleyan Chapel (1890), now the village hall. Both James Murray.
Marfleet, Hull - see Hull.

Market Weighton.
Marton, Church of the Most Holy Sacrament (R.C.). Another view. Both James Murray.
Melbourne, the former St. Monica (now a private residence). Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson.
Middleton-on-the Wolds, dedicated to St. Andrew. Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson. Another view of St. Andrew. Alan Craxford. Link (to both).
Millington, St. Margaret. James Murray.
Molescroft, St. Leonard. James Murray.
Myton, Hull.

Nafferton, All Saints. Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Methodist Church. Bill Henderson.
New Ellerby, Methodist Church. James Murray.
Newington, Hull - see Hull.
Newland, Hull - see Hull.
Newport, the Wallingfen Methodist Chapel. Another view. Interior view. All James Murray.
Newport with Gilberdyke, St. Stephen. Bill Henderson. Another view, interior view and Lady Chapel, all James Murray.
Newton upon Derwent, Church and Community Centre. Bill Henderson.
North Cave, All Saints. SE 896 327. Tim Pickles. Interior view. Another interior view. Both James Murray. The porch was renovated in the late 2000's, another view, and a new door installed. All James Murray (2010). Methodist Church, originally Primitive Methodist. Interior view. Both James Murray. Former Wesleyan Methodist Centenary Chapel, now derelict. James Murray.
North Cliffe, St. John. SE 873 369. Tim Pickles. Interior view. The organ. Both James Murray. James advises that the church was first built in the reign of Henry VII, and was dedicated to St. Leonard. Nothing remains of the original building apart from the font. James Murray
North Dalton, All Saints. The former Centenary Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. Both James Murray.
North Ferriby, All Saints. Interior view. Link. Methodist Church. All James Murray.
North Frodingham, St. Elgin. Steve Watson.
North Newbald, St. Nicholas - a fine Norman church. Shona Murdoch. Three further views - 1, 2, 3 - all James Murray. The church has two excellent Norman doors - 1, 2 - both James Murray. Some interior views - 1, 2, 3, side altar, and a window showing St. Nicholas - all James Murray. Former Baptist Church (1867), now a private house. James Murray.
Nunburnholme, St. James. James Murray. Two further views - 1, 2, both Tracey Kitching. Link.
Nunkeeling, the sad ruins of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Helena. Another view. Originally part of a Priory, it was re-built soon after 1800 (Link) but had become ruinous by 1940. Both James Murray.

Old Ellerby, St. James. James Murray.
Orchard Park, Hull - see Hull.

Ottringham, St. Wilfrid (St. Wilfred in some sources). TA 268 244. Bill Henderson. Another view, Martin Richter (2011). Grade I listed - link.
Owthorne (near Withernsea), St. Matthew. Withernsea Methodist Church. Both James Murray.

Patrington, St. Patrick. Bill Henderson. Two interior views - 1, 2 - both Bernard Hylands. Link.
Patrington Haven, former Primitive Methodist Church, now a private residence. James Murray.
Paull, St. Andrew. Link. Methodist Chapel. Both James Murray.
Pocklington, All Saints, SE 802 490. Paul Brown. Another view. James Murray. Link1. Link2. St. Mary and St. Joseph (R.C.). Another view, and an interior view, all James Murray.
Pollington-cum-Balne, St. John the Baptist. Bill Henderson.
Preston, All Saints. Christmas-time interior view. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan (1898). Former Primitive Methodist Church (1822), now a takeaway. All  James Murray.

Rawcliffe, St. James. Bill Henderson. Although listed as a possible former church, Janet Gimber's investigations suggest it may never have been one. Now a private residence, on old maps it appears successively as a school, Sunday School, and a "hall". James Murray.
Rawcliffe Bridge, former Wesleyan Methodist Church (1908), now converted into two dwellings. James Murray.
Reedness, Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan (1904). Interior view. Both James Murray.
Rimswell, St. Mary the Virgin. "Disused and neglected" says James. The appended link shows that it is up for sale for conversion. James Murray. Link.
Rise, All Saints. James Murray.
Roos, All Saints. James advises that the repair work being carried out is to put right the efforts of recent lead thieves. A curse on all their houses! James Murray.
Routh, All Saints. Link1. Link2. Samman Hall (Christadelphian Meeting Room). Both James Murray.
Rowley, St. Peter. Interior view. Both James Murray.
Rudston, All Saints. Steve Watson. Another view, showing the enormous standing stone. David Regan. Link.
Ruston Parva, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson.

Sancton, All Saints. James Murray.
Scorborough, St. Leonard. Bill Henderson.
Sculcoates, Hull - see Hull.
Seaton, Primitive Methodist Chapel, dating from 1837. James Murray.
Seaton Ross, St. Edmund. Bill Henderson.
Sewerby, St. John the Evangelist. James Murray. Link.
Shiptonthorpe, All Saints. Bill Henderson.
Sigglesthorne, St. Lawrence. Interior view. Both James Murray. Another view, John Balaam (2014). Grade II* listed.
Skeffling, St. Helen. Former Methodist Chapel, now a farm store. Both James Murray.
Skelton (near Howden), former Chapel, now a private residence. James Murray. Janet Gimber has advised that this was Wesleyan Methodist.
Skerne, St. Leonard. James Murray.
Skidby, St. Michael. Link. Skidby and Little Weighton Methodist Church. Both James Murray.
Skipsea, All Saints on Beeford Road. TA 165 550. James Murray. Another view, Howard Richter (2013). This link has a comprehensive history. Grade I listed. Methodist Church. Victor Hunter.
Skirlaugh, St. Augustine.  Link. Former Methodist Church, now a private residence. Both James Murray.
Skirpenbeck, St. Mary. David Regan (2011). Some video of a church flower festival.
Sledmere, St. Mary. Bill McKenzie. Another view. SE 930 646. James Murray.
Snaith, the Priory Church of St. Laurence. Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson.
South Cave.
South Dalton, St. Mary. Interior view. The Hotham Memorial Chapel contains this spectacular monument. All James Murray. Link.
Southcoates, Hull - see Hull.
Sproatley, St. Swithin (or Swithun). Methodist Chapel. Both James Murray.
Stamford Bridge, St. John the Baptist. Bill Henderson.
Sunk Island (near Patrington), Holy Trinity. James advises that judging by appearances, the church is rarely, if ever used. James Murray.
Sutton Ings, Hull - see Hull.
Sutton Park, Hull - see Hull.
Sutton upon Derwent, St. Michael and All the Angels. Bill Henderson.
Sutton Village, Hull - see Hull.
Swanland, St. Barnabas. Link. Christ Church (U.R.C. and Methodist). Link. Both James Murray.
Swine, St. Mary the Virgin. James Murray.
Swinefleet, St. Margaret. Another view. Interior view. Chapel in the churchyard. All James Murray. Link.

Thearne, former Primitive Methodist Chapel. James Murray (2009).
Thorgumbald, St. Mary the Virgin. Bill Henderson.
Thornton, St. Michael. Bill Henderson.
Thwing, All Saints. James Murray.
Tickton, St. Paul (Anglican and Methodist). The Church (Anglican and Methodist). Both James Murray.
Tunstall, All Saints. James Murray.

Ulrome, St. Andrew. James Murray. Another view. Victor Hunter. Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1905. Another view. TA 165 568. According to this link, it replaced an earlier building of 1848, a small brick building on the south side of the road, and which can be seen here (drop the little man onto the red cross). Both Howard Richter (2013).

Walkington, All Hallows. Shona Murdoch. Methodist Church. James Murray. Former church, very probably the Wesleyan Chapel of 1822. James Murray.
Warter, the former St. James, now a Heritage Centre. James Murray.
Watton, St. Mary. James Murray.
Wawne, St. Peter. James Murray. Link.
Welton cum Melton, St. Helen. Bill Henderson.
Welwick, St. Mary. James Murray. Interior view. Kenneth Paver.
West Ella, Methodist Church. Formerly Wesleyan, it dates from 1895. James Murray.
Wetwang, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson. Interior view. The Lady Chapel. Both James Murray. St. Paul's Methodist Church. James Murray.
Wharram-le-Street, St. Mary. Steve Watson.
Wheldrake, St. Helen. Bill Henderson.
Whitgift, St. Mary Magdalene. The clock, with "13" where the "12" should be. Both Heather Holdridge. Another view of the church, and an interior view, both James Murray. The original clockface, hand-made, is kept inside the church. James Murray. Link. Methodist Church and interior view, both James Murray.
Wilberfoss, St. John the Baptist. Wilberfoss was the ancestral home of the family of William Wilberforce. James Murray.
Willerby, St. Luke. Link. Former Chapel of De La Pole Hospital, now used as a crematorium. Methodist Church. Former Methodist Church, now an estate agents. Hull Reform Synagogue. All James Murray.
Winestead, St. German. Another view. Both James Murray. Link. Also St. German's story.
Withernsea, St. Nicholas. Bill Henderson. Another view, two side altars - 1, 2 - interior view, the chancel, all James Murray. U.R.C. James Murray. St. Peter and St. John Fisher (R.C.). James Murray. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. James Murray.
Withernwick, St. Alban. Wesleyan Church, which James thought looked unused. Possibly counting as a church, the Methodist Schoolroom or Wesleyan Sabbath School was advertising the Alpha Course. All James Murray.
Wold Newton, All Saints. James Murray. Another view. The Methodist Centenary Church dates from 1839. Both Alan Blacklock.
Woodmansey, St. Peter. James Murray.
Wressle, St. John of Beverley. James Murray.
Wyton, Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan). James Murray.

 

 
 

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