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A Church built in the 1860 's by the British Settlers of 1820. The third to stand atop a small hill called Mount Mercy where the Nottingham Settlers out spanned after the arduous journey from England. 1820 Settler graves abound . Church has...more
In the country | North of Bathurst, Bathurst 6166, South Africa
This church celebrates the Nottingham group that arrived in South Africa in the 1820's. A lot of history in this amazing little church which is well cared for by the local community. Worth a visit. Who knows - you might recognise some of the surnames...More
The small white church stands on the hill surrounded by the graves of the 1820 British Settlers and locals from Clumber. It is the typical serene atmosphere where one can ponder and "find" yourself. The place is thick with history and while one wander amongst...More
Accompanied by direct descendant Courteney Bradfield, I visited the Bathurst area and, with George Koning, was taken to see what progress had been made on the restoration of the Clumber Church.
Erected on Mount Mercy (named by the Nottingham party of the British Settlers) this,...More
All alone in the countryside , atop a small hill is this beautiful Church built by the 1820 Settlers. Surrounded on three sides by graves , most of which are Settlers and their descendants. To the back of the Church is another National Monument ,...More