Definition of Booth, William in English:

Booth, William

Line breaks: Wil|liam Booth
Pronunciation: /buːð
 
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  • (1829–1912), English religious leader, founder and first general of the Salvation Army. A Methodist revivalist preacher, in 1865 he established a mission in the East End of London which later became the Salvation Army.

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