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St. Patrick's, Quarry Hill

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Closed down (2)
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The following Description from the '1893 Kelly's Directory of Leeds, Sheffield and Rotherham' 1 St. Patrick's, Quarry Hill, built in 1891, at a cost including site, of about £7,000, is a structure of red brick in the early Decorated style, from designs by Messrs. KELLY and BIRCHALL, architects, of Leeds; and consists of chancel with semi-octagonal apse ad ambulatory, clerestoried nave of five bays, double aisles, a circular baptistery and narthex porch: in the church are memorials to the late Father UNDERHILL O.S.D., and to five priests who died during a visitation of fever in 1847: the church affords 900 sittings.

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St Patricks Quarry Hill had its final Mass on Saturday 28 April 2001. A new Church St Patricks Torre Road has replaced it and had its first Eucharist on Sunday 29 April 2001. "Source" Diocese of Leeds/Catholic Post (2)
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1. 1893, Kelly's Directory of Leeds, Sheffield and Rotherham.

2. E-mail from Matthew Wright (matthewwright1@hotmail.com) 31 Jul 2004.

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