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can you get married in this church if you are not christend? how much is it to marry in this church?

Yes you can get married in this Church if you have not been Baptised or Christened.
A 25.00 deposit will be needed to confirm the date when booking. The total cost is 360.50.
Scott Waughman (lincoln) 18th February 2011 @ 7:48pm

My ancestor was Roger Snell born 26 Jan 1647 Lincoln UK with a reference as in St. Peter at Gowts Lincoln.
We will be in Lincoln visiting in early May 2012 and staying in Lincoln for a couple of days. Is his burial site known or perhaps on church property?
Please advise. Thank you.

I would suggest that you contact the Lincolnshire Archives as they hold all the records -
The grave yard is now laid to grass and headstones laid flat but not in their original positions.
Fred W Snell (Big Canoe, Georgia USA) 20th March 2012 @ 7:47pm

Researching my paternal ancestors I note that my great grandfather John Johnson and his wife Fanny on the 1891 Census state that they are living in St Peter at Gowts Lincoln.Can you think of an explanation for this? Can you tell me also where the church is situated? Thank you
Mary Morley

I would suggest that for the 1891 census they were living in the civil parish of St Peter at Gowts Lincoln but the County Archives should be able to verify this -
The church itself is situated on High Street Lincoln opposite Alfred Street.
I hope this helps you
Mrs Ilynn Mary Morley (Ashby cum Fenby, North East Lincs.) 14th June 2012 @ 11:08am

Do you have a church hall available for day time bookings?

The Church Hall on the corner of Sibthorp Street and High Street is available for daytime bookings. Please contact the Hall Booking Secretary Mrs Simpson on 01522 528215 for further information.
Christina Gilbert (lincoln ) 24th July 2015 @ 4:52pm

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