Fri11Dec20207:00 pm290 S. 1st St. Hamilton, NC
Hamilton St. Martins Annual Christmas Service
The Episcopal community in Hamilton was established as a mission out of Williamston in 1868 primarily through the efforts of Mary Anne Boyle (1813 – 1887). The congregation first met in the Conoho Masonic Lodge.
Ms. Boyle and her family came to Hamilton during the Civil War and eventually established a saw and shingle mill. She was also the owner of a hotel in the Waldo-Darden House.
The frame Victorian Gothic design was contributed by P.C. Hull of Norfolk and was probably modified by the carpenters, church members, and brothers David L. and James H. Martin.
The facility is still used for a special Christmas Mass to this day.
To make an appointment for entry, call 252-798-5561.
Thu31Dec2020Tues-Fri 11am-3pm100 Church Street
Asa Biggs House (Williamston)
New Public Access Hours
Beginning June 16, 2020 Tues- Fri 11am- 3pm
Addy: P.O. Box 468
Williamston, NC 27892
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