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Wesleys at Postmans' Park Ward fountain & Wesley plaque

Plaque: Wesleys at Postmans' Park

Erection date: 24/5/1926

Inscription

IHS
This tablet is erected to the glory of God in commemoration of the evangelical conversion of the Rev. John Wesley, MA, on May 24, 1738. (The site of the meeting room of the religious society was probably 28 Aldersgate Street), and of the Rev. Charles Wesley, MA, on May 21, 1738. The site of the house is near St Bartholomew's Hospital (no. 12 Little Britain).
Erected by the International Methodist Historical Union, May 24 1926.

Site: Ward fountain & Wesley plaque (2 memorials)

EC1, Aldersgate Street

The Ward drinking fountain is to the left of the gate. The Wesley plaque is to the right.

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Wesley's second conversion

Wesley attended a meeting convened by James Hutton in Nettleton Court, off Al...

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Charles Wesley

Born Epworth, Lincolnshire. Renowned Hymn writer. 21 May 1738 experienced his...

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John Wesley

Founder of the Methodist denomination of the Protestant religion. Born Epwort...

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Wesleys at Postmans' Park

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Wesleys at Postmans' Park

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James & Mary Ann Ward fountain

In memoriam, James & Mary Ann Ward, late of Aldersgate and Islington. Erected...

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