Plaque

James Hudson Taylor

Inscription

James Hudson Taylor used these premises (1872 - 1895) for the work of the China Inland Mission which he founded in 1865.

Site: James Hudson Taylor (1 memorial)

N5, Pyrland Road, 6

The CIM was established at number 6 and later extended to incorporate numbers 4 and 2. It moved out of here to nearby Newington Green where you can still see the rather more imposing premises, which, in July 2004 were undergoing a major renovation.

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James Hudson Taylor

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China Inland Mission

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James Hudson Taylor

Born Barnsley, Yorkshire. Died Changsha, Hunan, China (340 miles north of Ca...

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