The Paul Revere House  
The Revere's and King's Chapel

Church King's Chapel Bell
Courtesy, UnumProvident Corporation

The bell in Boston's King's Chapel was the largest cast at the Revere Foundry. It weighed more than one ton. Today, the bell is rung by hand for all church services and for special occasions.

King's Chapel is located on the Freedom Trail on the corner of Tremont and School Streets. Relatives of Paul Revere were members of the congregation at King's Chapel. The back of the chapel contains a memorial to members of the church who lost their lives in the Civil War. This list includes two of Paul Revere's grandsons; Col. Paul Joseph Revere (killed at Gettysburg) and Edward H.R. Revere (killed at Antietam).

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