ST JOHN'S CATHEDRAL ANTIGUA
ST JOHN'S CATHEDRAL ANTIGUA

Some of the Otto-Baijers are buried at St John's in Antigua. One of them, John Otto-Baijer (c.1657-1724) donated the following to the church:
The Communion plate of St. John’s Cathedral includes a handsome, richly chased silver dish, which has in the centre a well-executed representation of the Last Supper in repousse work. It bears the London Hall-mark of 1715-16. Around the edge is the inscription : Donum Domini Johannis Otto Bayer ad Templum Divi Johannis in Antigua” [from “The History of the Island of Antigua” Vol. 1 (1894) by Vere Langford Oliver]

ST JOHN'S CATHEDRAL ANTIGUA

Some of the Otto-Baijers are buried at St John's in Antigua. One of them, John Otto-Baijer (c.1657-1724) donated the following to the church:
The Communion plate of St. John’s Cathedral includes a handsome, richly chased silver dish, which has in the centre a well-executed representation of the Last Supper in repousse work. It bears the London Hall-mark of 1715-16. Around the edge is the inscription : Donum Domini Johannis Otto Bayer ad Templum Divi Johannis in Antigua” [from “The History of the Island of Antigua” Vol. 1 (1894) by Vere Langford Oliver]