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Alexander MacLaren

John Bunyan & Alexander MacLaren Alexander MacLaren

Erection date: 24/1/1901

Inscription

{On a tablet set into the building much lower, below the Bunyan statue:}
This memorial stone was laid by Alexander MacLaren DD, Litt.D. President of the Baptist Union, 1875-6 and 1901-2, on Wednesday 24th April 1901.

This is a foundation stone for the building.

Site: John Bunyan & Alexander MacLaren (2 memorials)

WC1, Southampton Row, 6, Baptist Church House

The listed buildings (2 - 6) was built in 1901-1903. by Arthur Keen, architect for the Baptist Union and restored in 1946.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Alexander MacLaren

Subjects commemorated Information

Baptist Church House

Built in 1901-1903. by Arthur Keen, architect for the Baptist Union and resto...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Alexander MacLaren

Created by Information

Baptist Union

One of the branches of Protestant Christianity. Modern Baptist churches trace...

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Alexander MacLaren

Baptist preacher. Born Glasgow. President of the Baptist Union, 1875-6 and 19...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Alexander MacLaren

Also at this site Information

John Bunyan

The statue is dated 1903.

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