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Maud Charlesworth (1865-1948) was the daughter of Rev. Samuel Charlesworth and Maria Beddome, and she was the sister of Florence Barclay (née Charlesworth. Maud Charlesworth married Ballington Booth in 1886 and took the name Maud Ballington Booth.

from The General: William Booth, volume 2 by David Malcolm Bennett
from Pulling the Devil's Kingdom Down: The Salvation Army in Victorian Britain by Pamela J. Walker
from The Eagle, Oct 17, 1912
from Notable American Women, 1607-1950: A Biographical Dictionary, Volume 1
Photos of Maud Ballington Booth and her husband



This is from The General: William Booth, volume 2 by David Malcolm Bennett.

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage




This is from Pulling the Devil's Kingdom Down: The Salvation Army in Victorian Britain by Pamela J. Walker.

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage

Maud Charlesworth's marriage




This is from The Eagle, Oct 17, 1912.

Maud Charlesworth's marriage




This is from Notable American Women, 1607-1950: A Biographical Dictionary, Volume 1

Maud Charlesworth

Maud Charlesworth

Maud Charlesworth




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Maud Ballington Booth in U,S,A, 1936:

Maud Ballington Booth in U,S,A, 1936

Maud Ballington Booth and her husband Ballington Booth:

Maud Ballington Booth and her husband Ballington Booth