OHS Database ID 392.
The organ has been renovated and is no longer in its original state.
The organ is in good condition and is used occasionally.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition February 16, 2011.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
One manual. 6 stops. 5 ranks.
This is a portable instrument and can be moved in its entirety.
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|Organ facade. Photograph by Tim Drewes 1983-10-14|
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St. Johns's Episcopal Church, Portsmouth, NH c. 1665, Unknown English (Stoplist: SchnuteDB 1997; T 10:2:3) "Its exact age and builder are still matters of conjecture. We do know that it was in Boston by 1708 (probably earlier), at which time it was the property of Thomas Brattle. At his death in 1713 it became the property of Queen's Chapel (now King's Chapel), and remained there util 1756. Restored ca 1965 by C. B. Fisk. 8' Stopt Diapason 4' Principal 2' Fifteenth Bass 2' Fifteenth Treble II Sesquialtera Bass II Sesquialtera Treble /ds/