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St. Mark's Church 1822

St. Mark's Church 1822

Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted December, 2010

St. Mark's Church 1822

Photo from Google Street View ©2017 Google - Posted October, 2017

Plaque Location

The County of Northumberland
The Municipality of Port Hope
Near the sidewalk on the south side of the church
on the east side of King Street midway between
William Street and Dorset Street East


Coordinates: N 43 57.085 W 78 17.415

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Plaque Text

Built in 1822 this Anglican Church was consecrated in 1828 and dedicated to St. John the Evangelist. With an enlargement in 1842 and alterations to windows and tower in 1851 the church approached its present size, form and Gothic appearance. A new St. John's was opened on Pine Street in 1869 and this building was closed. Re-opened in 1873 and re-dedicated, it became the church of a separate parish. Further alterations were made about 1895 and in 1962 the church was carefully restored. On July 26, 1959, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, and His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip accompanied their host the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Governor General of Canada and a parishioner of St. Mark's, to morning worship here.

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