"Memento" of those prosecuted for taking part in the Salvation Army's Torquay parade


"Prosecuted and Imprisoned for Marching on Sunday in an orderly musical procession, Torquay, 1888." The young woman in the centre is the daughter of the Salvation Army's founder, William Booth, and his wife Catherine, Eva (short for Evelyne, later Evangeline Booth].

  • Opposition to the Salvation Army: Questions in Parliament about the Torquay Harbour and District Act, 1886
  • The Origin and Early Development of the Salvation Army in Victorian England
  • Reproduced by kind permission of the Salvation Army International Heritage Centre. Text by Jacqueline Banerjee.