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Here is a list of all those chapels of ease and district churches attached to the ancient (civil) parish of St Marylebone (1668):
- All Saints Marylebone - Marriages from 1825 to 1837 are included in Pallot's Marriage Index.
- All Saints, St Johns Wood - 1946
- All Saints, Margaret Street - 1849
- All Souls, Langham Place - 1824
- Annunciation, Bryanston St - 1869
- Bentinck Chapel – See St Paul, Chapel Street
- Brunswick Chapel, Upper Berkeley Street - 1795
- Christ chapel, Maida Hill - 1861
- Christ-Church, Stafford Street - 1824
- Emannuel, Maida Hill - 1876
- Holy Trinity Church, Portland Road - 1827
- Holy Trinity, Marylebone Road - 1825
- Margaret Street Chapel - 1789
- Quebec Chapel - 1788
- Oxford Chapel - 1724
- Portland Chapel - see St Paul, Portland St.
- Portman Chapel - 1779
- St Andrew Well Street - 1846
- St Barnabas Bell Street - 1866
- St Cyprian Dorset Square - 1866
- St James' or Welbeck Chapel, Westmorland Street - 1774
- St John's Church, St John's Wood - 1846
- St Luke Nutford Place - 1864
- St Mark Hamilton Terrace - 1847
- St Mark Marylebone Road - 1872
- St Mary Bryanstone Square - 1824; Marriages from 1825 to 1837, in Pallot's Marriage Index.
- St Matthew, Maida Hill - 1853
- St Paul Lisson Grove - 1864
- St Paul's, Portland Street - 1766
- St Paul’s Chapel, Rossmore Rd - 1836
- St Paul's or Bentinck Chapel, Chapel Street, Lisson Grove - 1772
- St Peter's or Oxford chapel, Vere Street - 1724
- St Paul Portman Sq – 1888
- St Stephen the Martyr, Portland Town - 1849
- St Thomas, Portman Square - IGI C042571 Baptisms 1858-1875 M042571 Marriages 1858-1875
- Titchfield Chapel - 1774
- Trinity, Bryanstone Square Marriages from 1828 to 1837, in Pallot's Marriage Index
- Workhouse Chapel - IGI Baptisms 1839-1865 C042581
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