St John's Hampton Wick,
early 20th century

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Hampton Wick - St John's Church

1831 - The Church of St John's, dedicated to St John the Baptist and designed by Edward Lapidge, is completed

1834 - St John's, originally a daughter-chapel of St Mary's Hampton, is declared an independent parish and the chapel is given the status of a Church

1876 - New pews are installed in St John's and the second pulpit is removed

1970 - Extensive repairs are carried out to the roof beams and walls at St John's where dry rot has penetrated and the organ is rebuilt


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