I wish you luck on your mission to investigate St Johns.
In case I don’t get an e-mail reply from St Johns, I’d like to ask you in advance if, when you visit the church, could you possibly check to see if it has its own foundation stone? It should be dated about 1886, although the church was complete in 1887.
Also, as Don pointed out, the brickwork in the image with the plaque is Flemish Bond, so if you could please keep an eye out for that, or remnants of it, if you manage to look around the old vicarage area (now private property) that would be wonderful. Thank goodness for zoom lenses!
James, as I’ve said before, you are invaluable to this message board and highly valued as a regular and administrator for all the good work you do.
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