Sep 2, 1998 18:45
Well done, Sarah. I`ve
enjoyed my visit very much.
please include this inspirational sentence: Jesus said, "Come to me all you
who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest"
Feb 10, 1999 15:52
Wow - your organ playing
is memorable at our wedding and also now by virtual recital
May 21, 1999 21:21
Your site just keeps
getting better and better - it is worth a regular visit as a result. Keep
up the great work :-) Lorna Angaston, South Australia
please include this inspirational
sentence: Isaiah 41:10 Do not be
afraid, I am with you; I am your God, let nothing terrify you.
June L Cross
Jun 19, 1999 16:27
I'v returned again and
the site is well worth several more visits... Well done!!!!
please include this inspirational
sentenceI have called you by
name; you are mine. Isai 43:1
Oct 3, 1999 16:46
hey Andrew, i hope you
read this, i want to say hi to all of the chior members and to Chris Howard
for being a great teacher, and to the kendal family. I really miss coming
to this chuch and participating in the services. Can say hi to Janice and
to Revd. David for being the best people in the world, especially Revd. David,
he made chuch so much more interesting. There is nothing like Holy Trinity
over here in Norther America, we have been moving around alot, and havent
really settled down yet. Well please say hi to the people above. I really
enjoyed the music from the organ. From Gregg Young
Oct 29, 1999 16:58
I will be in England
for 3 weeks in November and I hope to visit your Church. I attend Historic
Trinity Lutheran Church here in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Dec 22, 1999 15:32
I would just like to
tell you that my Grandfather James Henry Thomas Moulder was baptised at Trinity
in 1895 - He came to South Africa with his parents in 1903 his Mum died 6
months later and his two sisters Dora & Rose were sent back to Coventry
and over the years they lost touch. Could anyone give me some ideas as to
tracing their decendants
please include this inspirational
sentencePeace and Goodwill to
Mar 9, 2000 04:25
I Just visited your
site - what a wonderful idea. I live in Coventry & always take my American
visitors to your Church, which they love (PLEASE don't discard thelovely
old wooden pews by the way - reuse them if they MUST be moved!) We
don't do enough to promote our Church of England. God Bless you in
please include this inspirational sentence
What a friend we have in
Mar 11, 2000 11:19
I finally got here!
Thank you for letting me know how to get to your site.
Mar 14, 2000 05:12
Well Done. My GGG
Grandfather was married in this church on 26 Nov 1826
Nov 20, 2000 09:20
Looking for information
on Rev`d Leonard Bradley of Holy Trinity 1912-17. Believed he married a Stella
? of the parish perhaps. Any h elp you could give would be greatly appreciated.
Mar 14, 2000 05:12
Done. My GGG Grandfather was married in this church on 26 Nov 1826
Apr 29, 2001 05:50
What a lovely
site. You have obviously put in a lot of time and effort. I was wondering if it
would be possible to put a photo of Holy Trinity in the pages somewhere, as well
as the views around it.
Feb 2, 2002 04:35
Lovely site. My great grandparents
were married here in 1869.
Apr 25, 2002
Used to worship at Holy Trinity for a year (1991 -92) when I was working with
Operation Mobilisation in Coventry. Really enjoyed the site.
Jul 25, 2002
Well done, Andrew and Sarah - it is so good to see ordinary church members who
have so much obvious love for the church putting up a site like this for
everyone to enjoy. Life is so fast today and we are losing so much in the hurry
and scurry, we must remember to keep a place of peace in which we can focus our
minds and hearts entirely on God. In so doing we can then go away refreshed and
ready to deal with the hurly burly of life anew. This site is a breath of fresh
air. Keep up the good work. Ann and Peter Hadland, Coventry.
Jul 03, 2003
Very good and interesting site. There is much here that reminds me of my time at Trinity in the sixies and early seventies when I was a chorister and a server.
Jul 24, 2003
Have read again and found that you(Sarah) are contempory of Lawrence Jacksons daughters.
I put an entry in your guest book a couple of weeks ago. I too was a contempory of Charlotte and Debbie. I was also for some years a server and head server will Lawrence was the incumbent.
Could I be cheeky and ask you your maiden name.
Regards Peter Morley
Aug 06, 2003
Midland Counties History And Genealogy WebRing.
You are invited to join my webring. This can
be found by visiting my homepage and clicking
on the webring navigation bar.
I live in Coventry and pass Holy Trinity every day.
Aug 22, 2003
Hi Sarah & Andrew!Rachel from Australia here!Lorna told me what was happening to you with your web site.I am very happy to visit with you here :-)It's lovely to hear Andrew playing the organ too :-)Take care,Rachel&Richard.
Aug 24, 2003
Greetings from Australia!!!
Raymond John, eldest son of Reginald Leonard, second son of Cecil Alfred Leonard, younger brother of Graham William - sons of William & Rosina CLITHEROW....
elisabeth van spalbeek
Sep 18, 2003
Sep 24, 2003
You are cordially invited to join "ACORN ~ Anglican Christians on the Ring & Net web ring.
Click on the link provided and on the web ring page just click on "Join this Ring" and follow the easy instructions.
We look forward to your membership. Thank you very much indeed. Peace! Cheers!
Nov 27, 2003
I am doing some research and found that my great, great grand parents were married in 1855 in "the Specially Licenced Chapel" in the "Parish of Holy Trinity Coventry". I notice on your very informative website that the church was undergoing a major renovation during the period 1854 - 1856. Do you know if there's any way of knowing which chapel would have been used for weddings during this period? Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks and regards, Ken McEwan
Dec 01, 2003
Hi sarah and Andrew. I am preparing some materials concerning the doom painting for the use of schools. I just wanted to say how brill your website was. Well done.
Dec 24, 2003
I linked to this site after reading about the Doom fresco on BBC site. It is Christmas Eve and it is fun to discover your site particularly with the lovely organ music introducing it. I have visited Covertry Catherdal but missed your lovely church. I enjoy art particulary, church art. How wonderful you have been able to restore this piece. Understanding the symbolism and the period in which a piece is created is a great pleasure to me. Thank you for providing such a lovely site for Holy Trinity.
Jan 01, 2004
Fine site - well done. I wonder if you have access to any information regarding an ancestor - William Gregory - who was Parish Clerk at HT? Born about 1770 he married Sarah COLDICOTT 1st July 1792 at HT. They had several children; William (1794), Charles (1797), John (1801), Henry (1802), Sarah (1809).
At Sarah's wedding in 1860 (aged 50) we have the mention of her father William as 'parish clerk'. He does appear as witness in many marriages at HT from about 1795 - 1840.
Jan 14, 2004
WOW magnificant church.
Descendant from the King/Corbett/Couzner & Bull lines Coventry and Wiltshire 1690s - 1890s
Jan 29, 2004
It would be interesting to compasre this with the fifteenth century doom painting in St Thomas, Church, Salisbury (no photograph available on line.
Thanks for sharing this fine photograph. While the scaffold is up will the painting be photographed in sections for closer study and will this be available to scholars on the Internet? I do hope so.
Mar 18, 2004
Hi Sarah and Andrew! I finally found you two again. I have missed talking with you and sending vmails to you..please respond if you get this email and we will catch up!
Ward Moore, Charleston, SC USA
Mar 19, 2004
Greetings Sarah, I am trying to trace one of my family who came to england from Prussia,or Alscace and married Ann Summer in your church in 1776. Ann was born in 1755 and her parents were William and Patience Summer. Do you have any marriage records going back this far still available to look at?
I am trying to find Petre Krelles occupation and Father's name to link up my family tree.
Hope you can help,
Linda Krelle, Notts.
May 08, 2004
Nostalgic for my time as chorister (under Martin Lane & rev. Jackson)
May 31, 2004
Lovely web site - My great-grandmother's (Caroline Beaumont) first cousin was Francis Morton Beaumont (Vicar - 1872-1912, 40 years). Do you have any information you can share about him? Thank you.
Dr. Arthur H. Mitchell, 5102 Pommeroy Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22032, USA
Sep 02, 2004
OH MY GOSH! this page is SO cool! im learning about it at school right now...and
i thought that it would be cool to pick up a research on it! above all of the
pages ive been looking at, yall's page has been the most interesting and the
most informational page EVER! oh my gosh! im gunna like tell ALL my friends
about yalls website! well i gotta go! byeeee!!! i hope you get more pics in!!
Sep 13, 2004
I have lived in Canada many years and when I return home to Coventry I always
come to Holy Trinity. This evening my aunt Joan Airey in Hearsall Lane phoned me
about the painting that had been uncovered in Holy Trinity. Seeing the web site
makes me terribly homesick, however, I am very happy nevertheless to read the
site. Thanks so much. Diane
MORGAN & EMMA REED
Oct 02, 2004
FANTASTIC SITE, AS AS A COVENTRIAN IT PLEASES ME TO KNOW THAT THE WHOLE WORLD
CAN TAKE A PEEK INTO WHAT I BELIEVE IS ONE OF THE MOST HISTORICAL FINDS OF ANY
CHURCH IN THIS LAND. IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET MARRIED IN THIS CHURCH AS EMMA AND I
COULD NOT THINK OF ANYWHERE MORE SUITABLE THAN IN OUR OWN CHURCH IN COVENTRY.
MANY THANKS FOR ALL YOU WORK IN BRINGING THIS TREASURE TO EVERYONES REACH. ROD
Nov 15, 2004
Christian greetings,you have a dynamic and spirited site.I am Danny Haszard Bangor Maine former member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses Rockland Massachusetts.I am NOW a Christian and a counter-cult educator.God bless all your endeavors."Happy are the pure in heart".[Matthew 5:8]
Dec 02, 2004
I was a member of the congregation for several years when I was a student in the late 70's. Fascinated to see the Doom Painting. Many Happy Memories of times spent at Holy Trin!