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The Earl of Derby's lands encompassed a region from Liverpool to Manchester, and to the north beyond Lancaster and were primarily turned to meeting the pastoral needs of the people.
The first time the Chapel was formally referred to appears to be 1558, when Thomas Parr of Parr bequeathed a sum of money "to a stock towards finding a priest at St.
Local historians believe the building had been used for another purpose long before 1678.
The Quaker Friends' Meeting House, as it is now known, is a Grade II listed building.
The town historically lay within the ancient Lancashire division of West Derby known as a "hundred".Historically this would have fallen within the berewick (an historic estate) of Hardshaw, within the greater township of Windle (making up the southern border) abutting onto the open farmland of Parr to the east, and Sutton and Eccleston to the south and west respectively.In 1552, the Chapel of St Elyn was noted as "consisting only of a challis and a lytle bell".Eccleston in St Helens appears to derive its name from either the Latin ecclesia or the Welsh eglwys, both meaning "church", suggesting a common link to a place of worship although none is known in that township until the 19th century.The first recorded settlements are the Manors, Parishes and Titled Lands listed in the Domesday Book in the 11th century.
The strong link to Roman Catholicism in the area was maintained throughout this period by the eventual Lords of Sutton Manor, the De Holland family, starting in 1321.