By Linda Wilson
Issue 27, Summer 2013 pp 35-40
In this article, Linda Wilson looks at two nonconformists of 19th Century Bristol, arguing that despite occupying different spheres in life, both can be thought of as pioneers. The aim is to fill the gap in our knowledge about “women who worshipped in the more conventional predominantly evangelical denominations”, and how they functioned as a part of society.
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