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Pallion 1874 to 1954 Church and People in a Shipyard Parish

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The author intended to produce a booklet to mark the 75th Patronal Festival of St. Luke's. However, when he came to gather the material about the early days of the Church in Pallion, it became clear that there was far more than could be packed in a festival booklet. From that point it took the author five years to complete this book.

In this book the author has collected those events in the history of St. Luke's Church in Pallion, that seemed to be of more general and permanent interest.

Hard back book with dust jacket. The jacket has a number of tears along the edges and on the spine, plus there is some discolouration to the spine and back. Inside the book is in very good condition with clear and undamaged pages.

Item details

Author(s):
Hopkins, C. H. G.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
143
Publisher:
Wearside Printing Co. Ltd
Title:
Pallion 1874 to 1954 Church and People in a Shipyard Parish

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The author intended to produce a booklet to mark the 75th Patronal Festival of St. Luke's. However, when he came to gather the material about the early days of the Church in Pallion, it became clear that there was far more than could be packed in a festival booklet. From that point it took the author five years to complete this book.

In this book the author has collected those events in the history of St. Luke's Church in Pallion, that seemed to be of more general and permanent interest.

Hard back book with dust jacket. The jacket has a number of tears along the edges and on the spine, plus there is some discolouration to the spine and back. Inside the book is in very good condition with clear and undamaged pages.

Author(s):
Hopkins, C. H. G.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
143
Publisher:
Wearside Printing Co. Ltd
Title:
Pallion 1874 to 1954 Church and People in a Shipyard Parish

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