Person    | Female  Born 17/1/1829  Died 4/10/1890

Catherine Booth

Categories: Religion, Social Welfare

Evangelist. Born Catherine Mumford in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. She married fellow methodist William Booth in 1855, and they embarked on a preaching tour of the country. Returning to London in 1864, they started work on forming the Salvation Army. She died in Clacton and over 30.000 people lined the route of her funeral procession in London.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Catherine Booth

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Catherine Booth statue - Denmark Hill

The statue was dedicated on the centenary of Catherine Booth's birth, and aga...

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Catherine Booth statue - Mile End

{On the plaque attached to the front of the plinth:} Here, in East London, Ca...

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St Marks, Kennington - history

The 1745 Association (who ought to know) writes: "The plaque on the side of t...

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