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Rev. William N. Pinkney

Seventh Rector

St. Matthew's Parish

HQ Phone: (301) 559-8686

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St. Matthew's Parish

5901 36Th Ave. (36Th Ave. & Nicholson)

Hyattsville, Maryland 20782

United States

Company Description

St. Matthew's Parish, Hyattsville is celebrating its 203 rd year in 2014. It was carved from the former St. John's Parish, which was one of the original 30 parishes established by the General Assembly of the Maryland colony in 1692. St. Matthew's Parish ... more

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Diocese of Washington

Bishop

Abbott

Minister and Bishop

The Episcopal Church

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St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Hyattsville MD - Our History

www.stmatthewshyattsville.org [cached]

St. Matthew's Parish established its first church in Hyattsville in 1888, when the Parish constructed a memorial church named after its 7th rector, William Pinkney. The Rt. Rev. Pinkney, rector from 1836 to 1857, was later elected as Bishop of the Diocese of Washington.


Rev. William Pinkney, fifth ...

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Rev. William Pinkney, fifth Bishop of Maryland, but that the Sixth Bishop of Maryland said no to the name, likely because there was already a Pinkney Memorial Church in Hyattsville, established some ten years earlier.


Rev. William Pinkney, fifth ...

www.stjamesmtairy.org [cached]

Rev. William Pinkney, fifth Bishop of Maryland, but that the Sixth Bishop of Maryland said no to the name, likely because there was already a Pinkney Memorial Church in Hyattsville, established some ten years earlier.


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www.visitprincegeorges.com [cached]

Third church on the site of Zion Parish; designed by Baltimore architect John R. Niernsee; cornerstone laid by Bishop William Pinkney.


Historic Twentiethcentury

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Third church on the site of Zion Parish; designed by Baltimore architect John R. Niernsee; cornerstone laid by Bishop William Pinkney.

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