William Booth was the only boy of the four surviving children of Samuel Booth and Mary Moss Booth. As his/her father was a building contractor whose businesses did not go very well, the family was poor, and Samuel was constrained to put his son at work whereas William was only thirteen years old. He made it engage by a pawnbroker. Of this fact its studies remained summary, but it lute much and was formed itself with the writing and later with the speech.
It passes its adolescence in a poor district of the industrial town of Nottingham. Anglican by his family and her first religious education, it is attached to the Église methodist at the thirteen years age.
Whereas he was Pasteur in the poor districts in the east of London, he founded the Salvation Army.
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