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Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Sunset over the market town of Louth, regarded as "The Gateway to the Lincolnshire Wolds". The large spire is St. James church, supposed to have the tallest spire of any "Parish" church in England or Wales.

Sunset over the market town of Louth, regarded as "The Gateway to the Lincolnshire Wolds". The large spire is St. James church, supposed to have the tallest spire of any "Parish" church in England or Wales.

Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Richard More was born in Corvedale, Shropshire, England and was baptised at St. James parish church in Shipton, Shropshire on 13 November 1614.

Jecca Craig attends the wedding of James Meade and Lady Laura Marsham at The Parish Church of St. Nicholas in Gaytonon September 14, 2013 in King's Lynn, England.

Jecca Craig attends the wedding of James Meade and Lady Laura Marsham at The Parish Church of St. Nicholas in Gaytonon September 14, 2013 in King's Lynn, England.

King's Chapel, Boston - To insure the presence of the Church of England in America, King James II ordered an Anglican parish to be built in Boston. The stone building is made of Quincy granite and was opened in 1754. A bell that was forged in England was hung in 1772. It cracked in 1814 and was recast by Paul Revere and rehung in 1816. Revere is quoted as saying it was "the sweetest bell I ever made." It still rings every Sunday morning to summon parishioners to service.

King's Chapel, Boston - To insure the presence of the Church of England in America, King James II ordered an Anglican parish to be built in Boston. The stone building is made of Quincy granite and was opened in 1754. A bell that was forged in England was hung in 1772. It cracked in 1814 and was recast by Paul Revere and rehung in 1816. Revere is quoted as saying it was "the sweetest bell I ever made." It still rings every Sunday morning to summon parishioners to service.

The Church of England parish church of St. James at Edgcote, Northants, has a ring of four bells plus a sanctus bell. The sanctus bell was cast in about 1500 by an unidentified bell-founder. Bartholomew Atton of Buckingham cast the oldest bell in the ring in 1592. His successor Robert Atton cast the tenor bell in 1623. Henry I Bagley of Chacombe cast the third bell in 1660 and the treble bell in 1668. The ring is currently unringable.

The Church of England parish church of St. James at Edgcote, Northants, has a ring of four bells plus a sanctus bell. The sanctus bell was cast in about 1500 by an unidentified bell-founder. Bartholomew Atton of Buckingham cast the oldest bell in the ring in 1592. His successor Robert Atton cast the tenor bell in 1623. Henry I Bagley of Chacombe cast the third bell in 1660 and the treble bell in 1668. The ring is currently unringable.

Jecca Craig attends the wedding of James Meade and Lady Laura Marsham at The Parish Church of St. Nicholas in Gaytonon September 14, 2013 in King's Lynn, England.

Jecca Craig attends the wedding of James Meade and Lady Laura Marsham at The Parish Church of St. Nicholas in Gaytonon September 14, 2013 in King's Lynn, England.

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