The Churches of Seaham

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1 Flagpole for St Johns Church for Remembrance Sunday 52
2 Laying of foundation stone of St Hild and St Helens 57
3 Anglo-Saxon window discovered in St Mary's Church, Seaham 54
4 Effigy of Sir William Bowes in St Andrews Church, Dalton-Le-Dale 56
5 1835 The Pilot (or Sailors Magazine) for 1835 _ Bethel Chapel to be built in the Harbour 61
6 1890 plans of New Seaham Jubilee Primitive Methodist Church 80
7 A review of A History of the Churches at Seaham 131
8 Rev Wallis announces that potato crop for 1785 will be tithe free (1795) 60
9 St Andrrews marriages resolved by Act of Parliament (September 1901) 58
10 Marriages at St Andrews declared not legal (November 1899) 224
11 1841 The Borderer's Table Book_ Bazaar to liquidate debt on building of St John's Church 90
12 Presentation of bibles to St Johns Church (June 1840) 108
13 Subscriptions towards the building of St John's Church (1835) 153
14 Donation of land for Primitive Methodist Church (March 1850) 79
15 Bazaar to finance building of St John's Church (August 1841) 87
16 Sale of old Seaham Vicarage (1825) 98
17 Report on the building of the original St Mary Magdalenes Church 1870 159
18 Joseph Birkbeck ex-postmaster at Seaham Colliery at 93 (July 1932) 193
19 Marchioness refuses to provide land for Catholic church (June 1860) 244
20 Request to Lady Londonderry for a Catholic Church at Seaham (Nov 1860) 281
 
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