Location: London, England
Sacred reminiscences of three hundred ministers and other and other persons of note, who are buried in Bunhill Fields, of every denomination, with inscriptions of their tombs & gravestones, and other historical information respecting them, from authentic sources.
- by John Andrews Jones (1779-1868)
- published by James Paul, 1, Chapter House Court, North Side St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Paternoster Row, London, 1849
- 384 pages
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Table of Contents
- The Origin of Bunhill Fields, as a Dissenter's Burial Ground
- Bunhill Memorials
- Series of detached reprints of religious works by John Gill, John Owen, John Brine, and others, published by Jones between 1849 and 1854, and bearing the title ‘Sacred Remains’.
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- <span id='Jones'></span>Jones, John Andrews. ''[[Space:Bunhill Memorials|Bunhill Memorials, Sacred Reminiscences of Three Hundred Ministers]]'' (James Paul, London, 1849) [ Page ].
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