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Special 'Founders' Day' events attended by the movement's international leaders General Andre Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox (World President of Women's Ministries) are also being held in London's East End, recognising the remarkable achievements, influence and legacy of William Booth and his wife, Catherine.
William Booth, a Cardiff-based photographer, was active in the 1890s and 1900s.
The 50-year-old runner was jogging along the tow path under old Snow Hill Road, near to William Booth Lane, when he came across a group of men hanging around under a bridge.
When William Booth died, in 1912, a major newspaper in England remarked, "The world has lost its greatest missionary evangelist.
In "General William Booth Enters Into Heaven," Lindsay wrote of the welcome Booth received from walking lepers, lurching bravoes from the ditches, vermin-eaten saints and unwashed legions with the ways of death.
Years earli-er however, the movement's founder William Booth and his wife had worked in Gateshead as a Methodist New Connexion minister.
According to News24, criminal lawyer William Booth said that Pistorius made textbook mistakes in the witness stand by being evasive, argumentative and not answering questions, adding that his actions show that Pistorius has become a 'desperate' man.
1865: The Salvation Army was originated by William Booth, with a revival meeting at London's Whitechapel.
Boundless salvation; the shorter writings of William Booth.
Part of the "Torchlighters" series of animated DVDs spotlighting the struggles of real-life Christian heroes throughout history, The William Booth Story is a brief biography of William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, who incurred the wrath of the alcohol industry (and hired thugs
1912: William Booth, English social reformer, evangelist and founder of the Salvation Army, died aged 83.