Building    From 27/4/1927 

Kingston Spiritualist Church

Categories: Religion

Our photo of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle officiating at the church's opening comes from a previous incarnation (appropriate expression?) of the Kingston Spiritualist Church website. Now, 2020, there is a good history page but without the photo.

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

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Kingston Spiritualist Church

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Kingston Spiritualist Church - Foundation Stone 1 - Welbeloves

This stone was laid by Miss A. Welbelove, Mr J. Welbelove, April 23rd 1927.

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Kingston Spiritualist Church - Foundation Stone 2 - Humphries

This stone was laid by Mr & Mrs J. W. Humphries President & Secretary.

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Kingston Spiritualist Church - Foundation Stone 3 - Committee

We've heard it said that no one ever puts up a memorial to a committee. Perha...

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Kingston Spiritualist Church - Foundation Stone 4 - Conan Doyle

This is the first reference to the 'angel world' that we've recorded.

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Other Subjects

Reverend George Augustus Mayo How

Reverend George Augustus Mayo How

Prebendary of St Paul's, Rural Dean of Stepney and Vicar of Bromley St Leonard for twenty years. We learn from his obituary in the Guardian of 1 March 1893 that, apart from his first 6 months and ...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
William Kiffin

William Kiffin

Non-conformist minister.  Born in London.  Became rich in the wool trade.  Died in London.  Buried in Bunhill burial ground.

Person, Commerce, Religion

1 memorial
Edward Burrough

Edward Burrough

Quaker activist and writer. Born near Kendal. Died, unmarried, in Newgate prison and was buried at Bunhill Fields Burial Ground.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
La Patente church

La Patente church

In 1740 this French Hugeonot church moved into the building in Hanbury Street, with a patent granted by King James II.

Group, Religion, France

2 memorials
Bishop Henry Compton

Bishop Henry Compton

Bishop of London from 1675 to 1713. Born Warwickshire. After a period in Charles II's army he chose the church and within 5 years was made a bishop and a member of the Privy Council. His strong op...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial