Friday, September 3, 2010

St. Hawthorne Primitive Baptist Church



If anyone has ever heard of Saint Hawthorne, please let us know.

If you're interested in learning more about Primitive Baptists, click here.

8 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Nope!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I love old churches. I love reading the old gravestones too. The rooftop puts me in mind of a building in Cooktown built in 1879.
I've never heard of a St Hawthorne and no amount of googling has brought any information. The boy's name Hawthorne is of old English origin and means where hawthorn trees grow. It's not a common first name.

joo said...

No clue who Saint Hawthorne is, but church is lovely!

cieldequimper said...

I was just thinking that this was an interesting name for a saint. Not a Catholic one though.... At least this looks like a church to me, unlike the other post.

tapirgal said...

Looks like some Masonic connection - not that I understand any of that.

JM said...

Lovely architecture. Sorry but I've never heard of that saint either.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Interesting church. I really like your banner photo (Did I already say that?)

I have no idea what a primitive church is. I guess I should click and find out.

Haddock said...

Like the way that divider and the right angle scale is depicted there.