Person    | Male  Born 8/5/1731  Died 13/5/1809

Bishop Beilby Porteus

Categories: Race Issues, Religion

Born York. Bishop of London 1787 - 1809. The first senior church official to support the abolition of slavery. Died at Fulham Palace.

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Bishop Beilby Porteus

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1 memorial
Mary Seacole Trust

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From the Trust's website: "We want British society to become fairer, more inclusive and more harmonious. We believe that overcoming exclusion and increasing participation by promoting equality of b...

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1 memorial