2 edition of The old meeting-house, Hingham, Massachusetts found in the catalog.
Pamphlet, stitched in printed paper wrappers; frontispiece.
|Statement||by Francis H. Lincoln|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||16|
Old Ship Meeting House at 90 Main Street in Hingham Square was built in And the owners of Frugal Books in Roxbury will be there with a selection of excellent books . The two hundred and twenty fifth anniversary of the opening of the old meeting house in Hingham, Massachusetts, for public wors Ancestry Hingham Death Records Births, , marriages, , deaths, [Hingham, Massachusetts] Family History Library.
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Page - England, with his wife and 2 children and two servants came over the sea, 6 and settled in this Town of Hingham, and he was teacher of the Church. Mr. Joseph Peck and his wife with 3 sons and daughter, and 2 men servants and 3 maid servants came from Old Hingham 10 and settled in New Hingham . (Hingham’s population in was 2,, according to the book “History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts” — compared w in ) Advertisement.
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On Sunday morning, the doors of the Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham, Massachusetts, swing open to embrace its congregation, as they have for the past years.
Built inthe Old Ship is New England’s last surviving 17th-century Puritan meetinghouse and the oldest continuously used church in. The Old Meeting-House, Hingham, Massachusetts (Classic Reprint) [Francis H.
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The Old Ship Hingham (also known as the Old Ship Meetinghouse) is a Puritan church built in in Hingham, is the only surviving 17th-century Puritan meetinghouse in America. Its congregation, gathered in and officially known as First Parish in Hingham, occupies the oldest church building in continuous ecclesiastical use in the United on: Main Street, Hingham, Massachusetts.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. the old ship meeting house "A History of the Old Ship" - Now on DVD. English colonists settled in Bare Cove as early asbut over the next few years, over 40 Puritan families arrived from Hingham, England, and re-named the community Hingham, which then became part of the Massachusetts.
InHingham's families raised the money to construct the Old Ship Meeting House. Still in active use, it is recognized as the oldest wooden church structure and the oldest church building in continuous use in America.
During the American Revolution the population had reached Approximately men from Hingham served in that war. The Massachusetts Historical Commission refers to this cemetery in MACRIS as HIN This is a privately-owned cemetery. It was established in Lots are still available for sale. This cemetery is not affiliated with the neighboring "Old Ship Church".
The cemetery repeats this fact on every page of their list of interments on their website. OLD MEETING-HOUSE PULPIT, HINGHAM. was erected, and remaining on the same site where it was built, which is so old as the meeting-house of the First Parish in Hingham. In it was enlarged, and again enlarged in In the latter year the present pulpit was built and placed nearly in.
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[Gladys Teele Detwyler Stark; Edgar T P Walker]. Visit the Friends of Old Ship web site at The Friends of Old Ship Meeting House Charitable Trust, (The Friends) is a C3 tax exempt organization established in for the purpose of encouraging non-sectarian public support and funding for the preservation of the Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham, Massachusetts, a National Historic Landmark built in HINGHAM is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts.
There were settlers here as early as Its first name was Bearcove or Barecove, more likely the latter, in view of the exposure of almost its entire harbor at low tide, and as appears also in the spelling of the name in the order of the General Court referred to below. The Old Ship Meeting House of Hingham, Massachusetts [Gladys Teele Detwyler Stark, Edgar T.
Walker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Old Ship Meeting House of Hingham, Massachusetts. The Puritan Meeting House in Hingham MA In a new meeting house was built in the prevailing style of the time, square with a hip roof, and a belfry at the apex, so that the bell-rope hung down in the center of the audience room.
The Old Ship in Hingham, Massachusetts, is the oldest of the surviving meetinghouses. It was built inand the curved roof beams resemble the inside of a ship.
Architecturally, the Old Ship is quite a bit different from the Meetinghouses that were built in the s. The Old Meeting House, which is at the heart of the Meetinghouse Common District, is the second oldest Puritan Congregationalist meeting house still standing in Massachusetts, after the Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham built in John Beal, shoemaker, with his wife and five sons and three daughters and two servants, came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham.
Appears in 9 books from Page 6 - Colony was to be a member of the Church ; and none but freemen could vote for rulers or be elected to office. An interior view of the underside of the roof of the Old Ship Meeting House in Hingham, Massachusetts, the only surviving 17th century meeting house in the United States.
The elements of the hip roof structure are visible, such as the curved struts, king post, rafters, and purlins. A set of stairs leads to the roof.began as a home for a number of genealogical sites that I administer. It now holds a variety of resources for those whose research involves families of New Plymouth Colony () and the Massachusetts counties that sprang from it - Plymouth, Barnstable and Bristol.Looking at a map today, one sees that Scituate and Hingham are only about 10 miles apart.
It's easy to see how the very early founding of these coastal Massachusetts town progressed -- from the founding of Plymouth in ; about 5 miles (as the crow flies) from Plymouth up north to Duxbury, settled perhaps as early as and fully founded by ; about another 5 miles north to Marshfield.