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.
No clue who Saint Hawthorne is, but church is lovely!
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.
Looks like some Masonic connection - not that I understand any of that.
Lovely architecture. Sorry but I've never heard of that saint either.
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.
Like the way that divider and the right angle scale is depicted there.
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