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Eleanor Alice Blow
South Head Cemetery
Mr Clare was one of the first to help the Rev. W. Booth in his Whitechapel mission which let to the formation of the Christian mission which in turn led to the formation of the Salvation Army by the Rev William Booth (General Booth).
The Rev. William Booth was a Methodist New Connection Minister. Mr Job Clare was a local preacher and class leader on his plan. ????ooth, the saintly mother of the ... Booth was a member of Mr Clare's ??? class. ??? was an active worker in the ???? Christian mission., She was 5 years State President of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of New South Wales. / In a life of suffering she lived Christianity. Her following favourite poem was characteristic of her. / Though outwardly a gloomy shroud / The inner side of every cloud / Is bright and shining. / I therefore turn my clouds about / And always wear them inside out / To show the lining., Beloved wife of Mark Blow
Grave Site of Eleanor Alice
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