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Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Crooms Hill, Greenwich.
|Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Crooms Hill, Greenwich.|
|© National Maritime Museum, London|
|Repro ID: H5095|
|Description: In 1793 the Roman Catholic church of Our Lady Star of the Sea was built at Crooms Hill, Greenwich. It catered mainly for Catholic seamen at the nearby Royal Hospital. Irish-born seamen at the Hospital formed most of the congregation, though Portuguese-speaking seamen from the Cape Verde Islands, Brazil, India and Portugal often came to services here. The present church dates from 1851.|
|Creator: National Maritime Museum|
|Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London|