Plaque

People's Gospel Mission Hall - C

People's Gospel Mission Hall
People's Gospel Mission Hall - C
Inscription

This stone
laid by
a friend
God's gift to all Jesus

Site: People's Gospel Mission Hall (4 memorials)

N19, Winscombe Street

Above the door on the left is inscribed "1892".
On the south face of this building are 4 inscribed stones laid by (left to right) JC Randall, Richard Avery, a friend, MJ Lynn.

Searching on the web all we can find out about the People's Gospel Mission is that there was another at 244 Hackney Road (1887-1895).

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
People's Gospel Mission Hall - C

Subjects commemorated i

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
People's Gospel Mission Hall - C

Also at this site i

People's Gospel Mission Hall - A

People's Gospel Mission Hall - A

This stone laid by J.C Randall Esq. Jesus died for all

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People's Gospel Mission Hall - B

People's Gospel Mission Hall - B

This stone laid by Richard Avery, founder and President of the People's Gospe...

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People's Gospel Mission Hall - D

People's Gospel Mission Hall - D

This stone laid by Mrs J Lynn President of the British Women's Temperance ...

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