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The chapel replaced by this one was built in 1822. Attendances on 30 March 1851 were 70 and 39 Sunday school scholars in the afternoon (which was said to be the average attendance, and 72, with 30 scholars in the evening.
The 1851 Religious Census returns indicate that the 1777 chapel had 130 sittings, and that on 30 March 73 people had attended evening worship, which was above the average attendance of 55.
Would this be the Wesleyan Chapel, Tuckingmill, in the district of Redruth?