Sunday, March 1, 2009

English Cathedrals and Churches – Continued

By C. LaRene Hall

By afternoon, we found St Mary’s the Virgin Church, in Henlow, Bedfordshire. The church was made of stone in a perpendicular style. My Mayflower ancestor, Henry Sampson attended church here as a small boy.

His grandfather lived in the next village, Arlesey. The early thirteenth century church of St Peter was made of stone and was also decorated in a perpendicular style.

Tomorrow we are heading a different direction and I'll tell about that later.

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