1876 - St Paul's Church
Part of my "250 Years in Chester" set - www.flickr.com/photos/58696328@N04/sets/72157628164944467
The first church was built on this site in 1830. It's style was Italianate with round-headed windows and a northwest campanile. The architect was William Cole the younger. It was virtually rebuilt in 1876 to a design by John Douglas, who added the south aisle in 1902, and the spire in 1905.
Although not mentioned on Wikipedia or any other websites I was christened here.