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- The plaque commemorates the Minister of the mission, the Rev. George Browne Macdonald, and his distinguished family. The following inscription is on the plaque: This Tablet was unveiled by Miss Florence Macdonald MBE (Granddaughter) on the 25th May, 1938. TO THE MEMORY OF THE REV. GEORGE BROWNE MACDONALD SUPERINTENDENT MINISTER AT THIS CHAPEL AND OF HANNAH HIS WIFE WHO RESIDED AT NO. 16 QUEEN'S SQUARE FROM SEPTEMBER 1847 TO AUGUST 1850 WITHTHEIR CHILDREN HENRY JAMES THE ELDEST CHILD ALICE WHO MARRIED JOHN L. KIPLING AND BECAME MOTHER OF RUDYARD KIPLIN GEORGIANA WHO MARRIED SIR EDWARD BURNE-JONES BART. FREDRICK WILLIAM WHO BECAME PRESIDENT OF THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH 1899 AND LAST SPOKE IN THIS CHAPEL AT THE CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS 4TH JULY 1919. AGNES WHO MARRIED SIR EDWARD POYNTER, BART, PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. LOUISA WHO MARRIED ALFRED BALDWIN AND BECAME MOTHER OF STANLEY, EARL BALDWIN OF BEWDLEY K.G. A PRIME MINISTER OF ENGLAND JUDITH YOUNGEST DAUGHTER, BORN HERE 14TH SEPTEMBER 1848. AUTHORESS.
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