BUILDING – Sulpitius Chapel, Warrenby.

Sulpitius Chapel was its name in the 15 th century. First mention to come about referees to the middle late 1400’s than again in the middle 1800’s

Human bones were found adjacent to Fisherman’s Crossing in 1911, which were buried in Coatham Church yard.

No one knows today where the exact location, where the Sulpitius Chapel was situated.

The nearest places would appear to be Coatham Marshes near to the Marsh House Farm.

This was the first chapel/church, in Warrenby, Coatham, Redcar

NOTE Very little is known about this church, but reading within the site i.e. Kirkleatham/Warrenby during the early days this church is mentioned.


dean February 5, 2010 Buildings