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St Mary Woolnoth

St Mary Woolnoth


Categories: Race Issues, Religion

Has a strong historical connection with the abolitionist movement of the 18th and 19th centuries.  Rev John Newton, a slave-trader turned preacher and abolitionist, was rector 1780 – 1807. Caroline's Miscellany has an informative post about this church and its rector.

2019: This church is on Historic England's register of heritage sites at risk.

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