CHURCHES BUILT BY THROCKMORTONS

 stained glass

 

 

 

                These three of four remain, the bottom two both on Coughton Court Lane. The chapel
                 in the fourth side of Coughton Court was burned out/down by those objecting to Catholic
                 worship and that wing was removed.  During the Throckmorton Reunion 2000, one
                 Throckmorton was baptized at St. Peter's (Anglican) and a busload of us attended mass
                 at St. Peter, Paul and Elizabeth, R.C.  All of us visited Throckmorton Chapel in
                 Throckmorton, England, the first church built. Formerly R.C., it is now Anglican.
                 St. P,  P, & E is still within the family. And so is history!  We will be adding
                 information abut the Haseley church in the future.  

                For more about Throckmorton Chapel and the village of Throckmorton

For more about Church of St. Peter
http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/Details/Default.aspx?id=305309&mode=quick

For more about St. Peter, Paul and Elizabeth
http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/Details/Default.aspx?id=305316&mode=quick

 

 

 

MUSIC:  "Remember O Thou Man" - Thomas Ravenscroft, 1590-1633
MOTTO:  "The brave alone are noble" (courtesy Pete Coggeshall)
 


Caroline T. Lewin, Ph.D. 2000,2007

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