Plaque

Hackney Salvation Army - 1 - Chief of the Staff

Salvation army - Hackney Hackney Salvation Army - 1 - Chief of the Staff

Erection date: 11/10/1910

Inscription

This stone was laid for the glory of God on behalf of the Chief of the Staff of the Salvation Army.
October 11th 1910.

At this date the Chief of Staff was Bramwell Booth.

Site: Salvation army - Hackney (4 memorials)

E8, Mare Street, 280

Built for the Salvation Army in 1910. Their Women's Social Work HQ moved here in 1911 from offices at another nearby Salvation Army address, 259 Mare Street. The work run from here included: women's social and slum work, rescue homes and children's aid, all that we now know as 'social work'. Refurbished in 2008 the building is now used as council offices.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Hackney Salvation Army - 1 - Chief of the Staff

Subjects commemorated i

Salvation Army

A Protestant church internationally renowned for its charitable works. Founde...

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Bramwell Booth

Son of William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army.  First Chief of Staff, 1...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Hackney Salvation Army - 1 - Chief of the Staff

Also at this site i

Hackney Salvation Army - 2 - Mrs Bramwell Booth

Hackney Salvation Army - 2 - Mrs Bramwell Booth

This stone was laid for the glory of God by Mrs Bramwell Booth of the Salvati...

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Hackney Salvation Army - 3 - T. E. Young

Hackney Salvation Army - 3 - T. E. Young

This stone was laid for the glory of God by the Mayor of Hackney, T. E. Young...

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Hackney Salvation Army - 4 - Adelaide Cox

Hackney Salvation Army - 4 - Adelaide Cox

This stone was laid for the glory of God by Commissioner Adelaide Cox on beha...

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