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The Chapel

Benjamin Ingham 1712-1772 started the Inghamite Chapels. 

The earliest reference to the Salterforth Inghamite Church is 1751 where the membership of the Salterforth chapel was given as 20 men and 24 women in a minutes book.

The graveyard at The Inghamite Chapel is now private, but permission can be obtained from the owner, John and Stacey Blades for a plot to be buried in should this be your wish.

Also, if you want to enter the graveyard you may do so, however, in the interests of courtesy please ask before you do if you can.

Salterforth Parish Council and Village The Inghamite Chapel