King's Chapel, Boston Photos

King's Chapel (1750) (58 Tremont St.) in Boston was designed by Peter Harrison. Its graveyard honors Patriot William Dawes Jr. (who road to warn Minutemen, and Gov. John Winthrop.

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King's Chapel. Boston, MA.King's Chapel pulpit. Boston, MA.King's Chapel enclosed pew typical of New England. Boston, MA.King's Chapel organ. Boston, MA.
King's Chapel (1750) (58 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Peter Harrison.King's Chapel pulpit (1717). Boston, MA.King's Chapel enclosed pew typical of New England. Boston, MA.King's Chapel organ. Boston, MA.
King's Chapel interior. Boston, MA.Wrought iron fence around King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstones with death heads in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with skeleton & angel in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
King's Chapel interior. Boston, MA.Wrought iron fence around King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstones with death heads in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with skeleton & angel in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Tombstone with death symbols in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot William Dawes Jr. who rode to warn the Minutemen at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone of Gov. John Winthrop & descendants at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Tombstone with death symbols in King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument (1899) to Patriot William Dawes Jr. (1745-99) who rode to warn the Minutemen at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone of Gov. John Winthrop (1588-1649) & descendants at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.

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