contribution towards a history of the parish church of St. Andrew, Hingham, Norfolk
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contribution towards a history of the parish church of St. Andrew, Hingham, Norfolk a paper read at the meetingof the Hingham Mutual Improvement Society, 12th November, 1889. by J. Barham Johnson

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Earliest records document that, around , several families who had originally landed in Charlestown from Hingham, England, moved down the coast to a settlement called Bare Cove, which was re-named Hingham in In that year, the Reverend Peter Hobart settled here (along with some “ other souls”) and established the First Parish Church. Hingham is a market town and civil parish in mid-Norfolk, civil parish covers an area of km 2 ( sq mi) and had a population of 2, in households at the time of the Census, increasing to 2, at the Census.. Grand architecture surrounds the historic market place and town ing to an 18th-century source, a fire destroyed many of the town's. St Andrew’s, Hingham Open daily dawn to dusk. Attleborough Road, Hingham, Norwich, NR9 4HW Important stained glass. Grade I. Visit Website. C14 medieval Church with a famous American (USA) connection to the early settlers and the Lincoln family, set in a lively community in the heart of Norfolk. It includes churches located in. Heritage List Entry Summary for Church Of St. Andrew. Heritage List Entry Summary for Church Of St. Andrew. South Norfolk (District Authority) Parish: Hingham. National Grid Reference: TG If you wish to report an issue with a contribution or have a .

Hingham and St Andrew's Church. [] Lonsdale, Mary E. Hingham in history. [s] Wallis, A. Lincoln's Hingham, a concise guide to the history of the town and its many connections with the U.S.A. [Hingham, Lincoln's Tea and Coffee Shoppe, s] Watt, George Gordon and Johnson, John Barham History of Hingham, Norfolk, and its Church of St. Memorials to the Gilman family, ancestors of those who went to America, are still visible in St Andrew's Church in Hingham, which also has a bust of Abraham Lincoln on the wall. Hingham is a market town and civil parish in the Forehoe district in the heart of rural Norfolk. Grand architecture surrounds the market place and village green. In the Parish of St. Andrew was created and the “Tin Church” was filled to overflowing at several Services each Sunday. In plans were agreed and work started on a new brick church, however in with the coming of World War II the work ceased and a wooden end was placed on the partly completed Church.   Parish History [edit | edit source]. HINGHAM (St. Andrew), a market-town and parish, in the incorporation and hundred of Forehoe, E. division of Norfolk, 5 miles (N. N. W.) from Attleborough.. Hingham St Andrew is an Ancient parish in the Diocese of Norwich. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from.