Keys to the Past HER: D49318
Grid ref: NZ41874560

St. Michael and All Angels Church, Hawthorn

The gothic style Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Hawthorn, County Durham, was built in 1862. The church was a gift to the village from Richard Permberton, High Sheriff of County Durham. The Pemberton family were wealthy land and coalmine owners.[1]  Richard Permberton and family lived in Hawthorn Towers in the village. Several members of the Pemberton family are buried in a family plot in the churchyard.

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Church of St Michael and All Angels, Hawthorn

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St Michael and All Angels Church, Hawthorn
- Official Website of the Church. Includes a section on its history and also a photograph of the former Hawthorn Tower.

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St. Michael and All Angels Church, Hawthorn (Hawthorn)
- "Consecrated on the 29th September 1864, a gift to the village from squire Richard Lawrence Pemberton and his wife who were instrumental in the building of the church in 1862 ...

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