St Peter and St Paul
 
 
 
 
 

The Church
Dr. Johnson used to worship here when he visited his friend Bennet Langton at the Hall, and on one celebrated occasion took off his coat and rolled down a grassy hill. If he revisited the church now, he would still feel at home in it, although the east end would probably surprise him.

An early 18th C. building, with tiered seats, facing north and south, a three-decker pulpit and a gallery, all unspoiled by restoration. (CEPC) The gallery stands on thin fluted columns.

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Dove's reference for the bells:

[16/12/00] Langton by Partney, Lincs, SS Peter & Paul (GF), 6, 9-2-14 in G. Rung from porch; unringable.

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Map reference  :  TF389703

Pictures kindly supplied by:
I regret to say that I do not know who kindly supplied
me with these pictures, as the site was hacked into and
many vital records, especially Lincolnshire, were destroyed.


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