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Another Tasmanian Church built to the design of colonial architect James Blackburn in the Romanesque still.  

The foundation stone was laid in 1840 by the Reverend John Lillie of Hobart and was completed in 1842. 

The land for the new church had been donated by an early settler,  Andrew Counsel, and the Church bell was donated by Mr. George Marshall of “Noble Farm”





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