Samuel Wesley

Standard Name: Wesley, Samuel,, the younger

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Susanna Wesley
SW bore her eldest child, Samuel Wesley the younger , at her parents' home; her husband was away at the time serving as a navy chaplain.
Wesley, Susanna. “Introduction”. Susanna Wesley: The Complete Writings, edited by Charles Wallace, Oxford University Press.
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Residence Susanna Wesley
Her next move was to her son Samuel , a headmaster at Tiverton in Devon.
Wesley, Susanna. “Introduction”. Susanna Wesley: The Complete Writings, edited by Charles Wallace, Oxford University Press.
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Textual Production Mehetabel Wright
Many of her poems, sent to relations, seem to have been lost in transit. Only a handful have been identified, though there may be more to come. Some which do survive are to be found...
Textual Production Susanna Wesley
SW wrote a vividly descriptive letter to her son Samuel about the fire which destroyed the family home: by God's great mercy we all escaped.
Wesley, Susanna. Susanna Wesley: The Complete Writings. Editor Wallace, Charles, Oxford University Press.
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Textual Production Susanna Wesley
SW wrote to her son Samuel , who was away at school, expressing a hope to do some small service to my children.
Wesley, Susanna. “Introduction”. Susanna Wesley: The Complete Writings, edited by Charles Wallace, Oxford University Press.
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Timeline

About 1760: A newly invented musical instrument, the...

Building item

About 1760

A newly invented musical instrument, the piano, was introduced into London; England soon became the world's leading piano producer.

Texts

Wright, Mehetabel, and Samuel Wesley. “An Ode upon Mrs. Em: Wesley”. Poems, p. 1: 36b.