OLD EAST STONEHOUSE
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL OF SAINT ANTONY
The Roman Catholic Chapel of Saint Antony was opened at number 58 Durnford Street on Friday June 3rd 1921. It was a chapel-of-ease to the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Father Gaynor held the first services on Sunday June 5th 1921.
The Chapel, which was on the first floor with a club room beneath, was dedicated by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Plymouth, Doctor Keily. Also present were Admiral Underhill, Sir Donald and Lady McNabb, Mrs Keily, Mrs H Wilcocks, Mr and Mrs Ormond Wilcocks, Miss Glanville, Mrs Smith Sligo, Lieutenant and Mrs Fletcher, Lieutenant and Mrs Mahoney, and Captain and Mrs Slight. The congregation used to meet in a small room in Valletort Street.