Westmill Church, Hertfordshire

A couple of photos of the church of St Mary the Virgin, Westmill, taken on a cold spring day in 2009.church-at-westmill

westmill-church-for-webThe church is a Grade 2 listed building, probably dating from the 11th century. Like many Hertfordshire churches, it’s built of flint rubble. It was repaired and restored in 1875.

I visited specifically to find any tombstones relating to the Bunce family, and although the light wasn’t good – it rained really hard not long after these photos were taken – I managed to get a few decent pictures. The graves in the foreground of the second photo are Bunces.   Now that I know more about the family, I’ll visit again this year.


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I'm enjoying early retirement! I have been researching my ancestry for several years and am interested in all aspects of family history especially local and social history.
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