Wesleyana Artifact Collection > Prominent Methodists

Series I
Prominent Methodists, circa 1745-2017, undated.
Boxes 1-3, 21, 25, 39-45, portrait gallery

Arrangement Note

Arranged by associated person.

John Wesley: Cameos and relief images
Box Folder Content
1 95-001-003 Black cameo of John Wesley, (height approx. 9.0cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
Box Folder Content
25b 95-001-008 Gold cameo of John Wesley (diameter approx 5.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
25b 95-001-005 Gold cameo of John Wesley (heigh 4.9cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
25b 95-001-007 Jasperware white cameo on emerald green background of John Wesley (height 11.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-006 (except for the mount).
25b 95-001-006 Jasperware white cameo on emerald green background of John Wesley (height 11.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Mounted on olive green velvet backing. Identical to 95-001-007.
2 95-001-010 Plaster cameo of John Wesley. Label: "given to me by Rev. G. T. Rowe... modeled from a cloak fastener given to them by Rev. R. Green 1898"; additional note by R. Thursfield Smith, (diameter approx. 8.5cm), undated (prior to 1898). Mohogany frame.
1 95-001-001 Terra cotta cameo of John Wesley with the following label "Given to me by Rev. G. Stemper Rowe 1898, modeled by his son Leeds, terra cotta" (height approx. 8.0cm), 1898. Framed.
25b 95-001-009 Wedgwood jasperware white cameo on emerald green background of John Wesley (height 3.5cm), undated (pre 1860). Framed.
25b 95-001-004 Wedgwood jasperware white cameo on pale blue background of John Wesley (diameter 6.4cm), undated (pre 1860). Framed.
1 95-001-011 White cameo of John Wesley in gilded shadowbox (height 7.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Gilded Frame.
1 95-001-002 White cameo on black background of John Wesley. Label misidentifies it as Charles Wesley (height approx. 9.0cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
John Wesley: Paintings, engravings, and other images
31 95-001-099 Bookmark with image of John Wesley, supposedly belonged to John Wesley (height 17.2cm), undated (eighteenth century?). Framed.
21b 95-001-020 Engraving of John Wesley (diameter 4.5cm), undated (early nineteenth century?). Framed (split).
3 95-001-021 Engraving of John Wesley after the Barry portrait (height approx 15.5cm), undated (early nineteenth century). Framed.
3 95-001-022 Engraving of John Wesley, James Hamilton, M.D., and Rev. Joseph Cole inscribed "Eighty-seven years have I sojourned on this earth endeavoring to do good..." (height aprox. 19.5cm), undated (mid nineteenth century). Framed. Based on 95-001-23.
3 95-001-023 Engraving of John Wesley, James Hamilton, M.D., and Rev. Joseph Cole inscribed "Ninty [sic] four years have I sojourned upon this earth endeavouring to do good" [sic, Wesley died at age 87] (height 13.0cm), 1790. Framed.
40 95-001-164 Engraving of John Wesley, James Hamilton, M.D., and Rev. Joseph Cole inscribed, “Eighty-seven years have I sojourned on this earth endeavoring to do good”, engraved by J. B. Longacre. Presented by Thirteenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia (29.7cm x 22.5cm), undated (circa 1870s). Framed. Based on 95-001-23.
portrait gallery 95-001-193 Engraving of John Wesley, James Hamilton, M.D., and Rev. Joseph Cole inscribed, “Eighty-seven years have I sojourned on this earth endeavouring to do good”, engraved by J. B. Longacre. Presented by Thirteenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia (29.7cm x 22.5cm), undated (circa 1870s). Framed. Based on 95-001-23.
40 95-001-165 Engraving of John Wesley (profile) with inscription, “88 Years have I travelled on this Earth endeavouring to do good” (28.3cm x 22.0cm), undated (nineteenth century).
3 95-001-024 Engraving of John Welsey by J. Barry based on the R. Arnold portrait. Partially illegible inscription on back (height approx. 11.5cm), 1791 Apr. Framed.
3 95-001-025 Engraving of John Wesley by John Lodge. Published by John Wade and printed in the Sunday Magazine (height approx 17.5cm), 1781.
40 18-003-002 Engraving of "John Wesley A. M." (profile), engraved on steel by R. Page (18.1cm x 11.7cm), undated (nineteenth century). [OBV1:between 1 and 2].
40 18-003-006 Engraving of John Wesley after H. Edridge, reduced sized (5.1cm x 4.0cm), undated (nineteenth century?) [OBV1:between 5 and 6].
40 18-003-007 Engraving of John Wesley's profile silhouette (diameter 4.9cm), undated (nineteenth century?) [OBV1:between 5 and 6].
portrait gallery 18-003-022 Engraving of "John Wesley and His Friends at Oxford." Engraved by Samuel Bellin and based on a painting by Marshall Claxton, undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-166 Engraving of “John Wesley, M.A. Fellow at Lincoln College, Oxford” after the J. Williams painting (12.7cm x 7.0cm), 1745. Faded (light damaged or later copy?).
40 95-001-169 Engraving of “John Wesley, A.M.” by William Bromley; published by J. Sewell, Cornhill (20.5cm x 12.5cm), 1791 Apr 1. Identical to 18-003-001.
40 18-003-001 Engraving of "John Wesley, A.M." by William Bromley; published by J. Sewell, Cornhill (15.7cm x 10.9cm), 1791 Apr 1. Identical to 95-001-169.[OBV1:0].
40 95-001-171 Engraving of John Wesley by A.H. Ritchie (17.2cm x 11.9cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-173.
40 95-001-173 Engraving of John Wesley by A.H. Ritchie (18.4cm x 12.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-171. Handwritten on print "Apr 1 1791".
40 95-001-172 Engraving of John Wesley “From the portrait by Romney in 1789 when Mr. Wesley was eighty-five years of age” (16.1cm x 12.0cm), undated (early twentieth century?).
40 95-001-174 Engraving of "John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford" after an engraving by George Vertue (24.6cm x 17.0cm), undated (late nineteenth, early twentieth century).
40 95-001-176 Engraving of John Wesley after the J. Jackson portrait (14.0cm x 8.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Similar to 95-001-177.
40 95-001-177 Engraving of John Wesley after the J. Jackson portrait (14.1cm x 9.3cm), undated (nineteenth century). Similar to 95-001-176.
40 95-001-181 Engraving of "John Wesley A.M." engraved by J. Rogers; published by G. Virtue (11.3cm x 18.0cm), London, 1828.
40 95-001-180 Engraving of John Wesley, profile relief cameo with laurel borders (13.4cm x 12.5cm), undated (mid nineteenth century).
40 95-001-182 Engraving of John Wesley, profile relief cameo on the cover of “The Ladies Repository”, Cincinnati and New York (25.5cm x 16.4cm), 1850.
40 18-003-003 Engraving of "Revd. John Wesley, A. M."; published by J. Mason, Paternoster Row (20.6cm x 13.0cm), undated (nineteenth century). [OBV1:between 2 and 3].
40 18-003-005 Engraving of "Revd. John Wesley, A. M."; engraved by T. A. Dean after the drawing of Louis Vaslet. Published by Thomas Tegg, London (15.5cm x 10.3cm), 1836. [OBV1:between 4 and 5].
40 95-001-179 Engraving of "Revd. John Wesley Drawn by H. Edridge – Engraved by R. Page"; published by J. Robins, London (17.6cm x 10.6cm), 1823 May 1.
40 95-001-178 Engraving of "Revd. John Wesley, M.A. AEtatis 87," "Engraved by W. Th[...] based on the original Picture by J. Renton; published by W. T. Fry" (21.5cm x 16.7cm), date obscured (eighteenth century).
40 95-001-184 Engraving of "Revd. J. Wesley A.M. Lying in State, City Road Chapel. London, 1791"; published by R. Owen, London, undated (nineteenth century).
2 95-001-018 Engraving of "Rev. John Wesley, MA: Late Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford" engraved by Martyn based on the portrait by R. Arnold (height 13.6cm), undated (eighteenth or early nineteenth century). Framed.
portrait gallery 06-025-001 Engraving of "The Death-Bed of Wesley." Engraved by William O. Geuer and based on a painting by Marshall Claxton, undated (nineteenth century).
portrait gallery 95-001-196 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley, A.M." engraved by W. Ward based on the G. Romney portrait with additional engraving of Epworth Church (approx 32.0cm x 20.0cm), 1825.
40 95-001-175 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley, A.M." by T. Holloway; pubished by T. Holloway (Hoxton) and R. Wilkinson (Cornhill) (20.6cm x 15.8cm), 1791.
2 95-001-019 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley. A.M." drawn and engraved by Thomas Holloway. Note on back states that image was clipped from a literary magazine in 1792 (height approx 16.1cm), 1792. Framed.
43 18-003-016 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley, A.M., Sometime Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, Founder of the Methodist Society." Engraved by J. Thomson based on a painting by J. Jackson. Published by J. Mason, Paternoster Row, 1828.
40 95-001-170 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley, M.A. Aged 85." Engraved by William Nelson Gardiner after a painting by Sylvester Hardin (20.0cm x 15.5cm), 1788.
portrait gallery 06-025-002 Engraving of "The Revd. John Wesley, M.A., Preaching on his Father's Tombstone in Epworth Churchyard." Engraved by J. B. Hunt and based on a painting by Alfred Hunt, London, undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-167 Engraving of “The Revd. Mr. John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln Colledge [sic], Oxford”, engraving by James Watson after the J. Williams painting (15.1cm x 11.5cm), 1765.
40 95-001-168 Engraving of “The Revd. Mr. John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln Colledge [sic], Oxford”, engraving by R. Houston after the J. Williams painting. Printed for Carrington Bowles in St. Paul's Church Yard, London (20cm x 13.7cm), 1780. Similar to 95-001-167.
40 18-003-004 Engraving of "Wesley. From a Print engraved by J. Fittler, after a Miniature Painted by J Barry." Published by Charles Knight, London (28.0cm x 18.3cm), undated (before 1836) [OBV1:between 3 and 4].
40 95-001-186 Engraving of "Wesley’s Escape from Fire," engraved by R. Owen (28.8cm x 22.1cm), undated (nineteenth century).
portrait gallery 95-001-198 Framed illustrations from the book, “John Wesley and his World”, 1978.
25a 95-001-026 Hand-carved wooden plaque with profile image of John Wesley (height 30.5cm), undated (nineteenth century?).
portrait gallery 95-001-194 Lithograph of the painting by Henry Perlee Parker, “Providential Deliverance of John Wesley from Fire, Feb. 9, 1709”, 1840.
45 18-003-017 Lithograph, "Rev. John Wesley M.A." Brumby and Clarke, Lith, Hull, undated (early twentieth century?).
39c 95-001-153 Miniature painting on ivory of John Wesley with Bible, undated (early nineteenth century?).
portrait gallery 95-001-199 Painting in watercolor of John Wesley statue in Savannah square, undated.
2 95-001-012 Painting of John Wesley on wooden panel after William Hamilton portrait, possibly after the John Jackson engraving of the Hamilton portrait (30.1cm x 25.0cm), undated (mid nineteenth century).
2 95-001-013 Painting or colored engraving of John Wesley after the George Romney portrait. Inscription (partially illegible): "colorised by Baxter" (height approx 9.0cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
2 95-001-014 Painting or colored engraving of John Wesley after the George Romney portrait (height approx 8.8cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
40 95-001-252 Print of “John Wesley preaching at a Market Cross” (19.3cm x 15.2cm), undated (circa 1930s).
portrait gallery 95-001-197 Print of "John Wesley preaching from the steps of a Market Cross" by William Hatherell, 1909.
40 18-003-013 Print of "The first Methodist sermon preached in America, delivered by John Wesley in Savannah, Georgia." Drawn by Alice Barber Stephens for the June, 1897 publication of the Ladies Home Journal (30.5cm x 21.7cm), undated (mid to late twentieth century).
40 18-003-011 Print (lithograph?) of John Wesley based on the portrait by J. Williams (19.1cm x 14.8cm), undated (late nineteenth/early twentieth century).
40 95-001-163 Print (lithograph?), portrait in oil displayed in Trust Company of Georgia building (30.5cm x 23.0cm), 1942.
40 95-001-160 Photograph print of the Eldridge painting of John Wesley [95-001-159] (25.5cm x 22.5cm), undated.
40 95-001-162 Photograph of 1779 published portrait (20.5cm x 15.0cm), undated (late nineteenth/early twentieth century).
40 95-001-157 Photograph of a bust of John Wesley (15.0cm x 10.8), undated (nineteenth century).
2 95-001-015 Photograph of a cameo (height 13.8cm), undated (late nineteenth century). Framed.
21b 95-001-016 Photograph of a cameo (6.1cm x 5.0cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
21c 95-001-017 Photograph of a cameo (5.1cm x 3.8cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
40 95-001-155 Photograph of a miniature profile on ivory, "R. J. Wesley. 1789." Text on back: "From a gold mounted miniature painted on ivory belonging to R. T. Smith" (16.5cm x 10.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-156 Photograph of an oil portrait of John Wesley. Text on back: "From a fine oil painting in the possession of Mr. R. Thursfield Smith" (16.5cm x 10.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-158 Photograph of the Eldridge painting of John Wesley [88-131-001], close-up (25.2cm x 20.5cm), undated (twentieth century).
40 95-001-159 Photograph of the Eldridge painting of John Wesley with frame [88-131-001] (25.2cm x 20.5cm), undated (twentieth century).
portrait gallery 95-001-195 Photograph of the engraving of John Wesley by Bland, 1899.
40 95-001-192 Photograph of the Epworth Rectory (15.1cm x 10.9cm), 1889.
40 95-001-161 Photograph of the John Russell portrait of John Welsey (21.5cm x 16.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
45 18-003-019 Photograph of the print, "The Revd. John Wesley, Preaching on his father's tomb in Epworth Churchyard Linconlshire," undated (twentieth century). Photograph of 06-025-002.
40 95-001-189 Postcard of “Wesley’s Chapel showing his pulpit” (13.7cm x 18.8cm), postmarked 1933 (early twentieth century).
40 95-001-191 Postcard (black and white) of the Epworth Rectory (13.8cm x 8.9cm), undated (twentieth century).
40 95-001-190 Postcard (color) of the Epworth Rectory (14.0cm x 9.0cm), undated (twentieth century).
portrait gallery 88-131-001 Oil painting of John Wesley's profile by Henry Edridge, circa 1790.
40 95-001-185 Sepia drawing, “The Death of Rev’d. John Wesley” by Richard Westall, R.A.” (28.5cm x 22.9cm), undated (before 1836).
40 95-001-183 Set of 13 (lithograph?) trading cards with scenes from the life and death of John Wesley. London: G. J. Stevenson (of each card 10.4cm x 6.3cm), undated (nineteenth century).
31 95-001-100 Statement concerning authenticity of item 95-001-099, 1931 Jun 15.
John Wesley: Busts and statues
8 95-001-033 Black bust of John Wesley (height 22.3cm), undated (nineteenth century).
10 95-001-035 Black bust of John Wesley (height 29.0cm), undated (nineteenth century?).
6 95-001-031 Black metal bust of John Wesley (height 25.9cm), undated (nineteenth century).
7 95-001-032 Black Wedgewood bust of John Wesley (height 21.0cm), undated (circa 1884).
15 95-001-042 Bronze bust of John Wesley by Scott Stearman[?] (height 30.0cm), undated (late twentieth century).
21b 95-001-027 Bust of John Wesley (height 9.8cm), undated (nineteenth century).
9 95-001-034 Bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood (height 22.9cm), undated (nineteenth century).
13 95-001-038 Bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood (height 19.0cm), undated (nineteenth century).
24c 95-001-044 Bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood (height 18.4cm), undated (early nineteenth century).
14 95-001-041 Bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood. With inscription "The Rev. John Wesley, M.A... sat for this bust to the late Enoch Wood, Esq. Burslem 1781..." (height 36.0cm), circa 1850[?].
16 95-001-043 Bust of John Wesley by Samuel Manning, Sr. or Samuel Manning, Jr. Previously attributed to Louis-François Roubiliac (height 37.7cm), undated (nineteenth century).
13 95-001-039 Bust of John Wesley by William Henry Goss, Stoke-on-Trent (height 17.2cm), 1881.
12 95-001-037 Bust of John Wesley with base comprised of books: The Holy Bible and The Life of Christ (height 24.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
42 95-001-260 Painted plaster bust of John Wesley sculpted by Enoch Wood (height 28.7cm), undated (early nineteenth century).
4 95-001-029 Staffordshire painted ceramic bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood on a faux-marble base (height 29.0cm), undated (mid nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-036. Repaired.
11 95-001-036 Staffordshire painted ceramic bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood on a faux-marble base (height 29.0cm), undated (mid nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-029.
5 95-001-030 Staffordshire painted ceramic bust of John Wesley by Enoch Wood on a faux-marble base (height 29.8cm), undated (mid nineteenth century). Similar to 95-001-029 and 95-001-029.
21b 95-001-028 Staffordshire painted ceramic bust of John Wesley (height 10.2cm), undated (nineteenth century).
21d 95-001-045 Wood bust of John Wesley, inscribed "Centenary 1839" (height 12.3cm), 1839.
John Wesley: Figurines
21b 95-001-055 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible (height 13.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
25c 95-001-053 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible (height 16.5cm), undated (circa 1850).
25c 95-001-054 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible (height 17.5cm), undated (circa 1850).
25c 95-001-052 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible (height 17.5cm), undated (circa 1850).
20 95-001-049 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible (height 18.0cm), undated (mid nineteenth century).
20 95-001-050 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley holding a Bible[?] (height 22.3cm), undated (mid nineteenth century). Missing hand.
17 95-001-046 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley preaching at a pulpit above a clock and flanked by two angels (height 28.0cm), undated (circa 1860). Similar to 95-001-048.
19 95-001-048 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley preaching at a pulpit above a clock and flanked by two angels (height 28.5cm), undated (circa 1860). Similar to 95-001-046.
18 95-001-047 Staffordshire figure of John Wesley standing above a clock and flanked by two angels near his feet (height 29.1cm), undated (circa 1860).
25c 95-001-051 White figurine of John Wesley marked "E.M. 1879" (height 18.0cm), 1879.
John Wesley: Plaques
21b 95-001-056 Round ceramic plaque with image of John Wesley (diameter 8.9cm), undated.
21d 95-001-057 Oval plaque with profile image of John Wesley (height 11.4cm), undated.
21d 95-001-058 Oval plaque with profile image of John Wesley (height 9.4cm), undated.
21d 95-001-059 Oval plaque with profile image of John Wesley (height 11.0cm), undated.
21d 95-001-060 Wedgwood medallion with image of John Wesley (diameter 9.7cm), undated.
39c 15-001-001 Methodist Wesleyan Centenary Medallion (diameter 6.6cm), 1839.
26 95-001-061 Rectangular plaque with printed image of John Wesley (after Edridge) and noting the establishment of Wesleyan Methodist Societies in 1739. Produced by Scott of Southwick, Sunderland (17.1cm x 14.6cm), undated (circa 1830s).
26 95-001-062 Staffordshire circular black border plaque with printed image of John Wesley (after the Ridley engraving of R. Arnold's miniature). Contains inscription "John Wesley, M.A. aged 87," (diameter 21.7cm). Inscription on back "H.B." and "1832", 1832.
26 95-001-063 Staffordshire rectangular black border plaque with printed image of John Wesley (after the Ridley engraving of R. Arnold's miniature). Contains inscription "John Wesley, M.A. aged 87" (21.5cm x 17.0cm), undated (circa 1830s).
26 95-001-064 Staffordshire rectangular floral border plaque with printed image of John Wesley (after the Ridley engraving of R. Arnold's miniature). Contains inscription "John Wesley, M.A. aged 87" (20.7cm x 25.8cm), undated (mid nineteenth century).
John Wesley: Plates
34 95-001-068 Octagonal pottery plate with printed image of John Wesley commemorating the centenary of his death; also depicted: Wesley's birth place, the Epworth fire, Wesley's tea pot, Wesley's tomb, Wesley's chair, and the first headquarters of Methodism. C. Challinor and Co Fenton Staffordshire (width and height 26.7cm), 1891.
23b 95-001-065 Saucer with printed image of John Wesley after J. Jackson. Inscription on back "Tunstall Wesleyan Sunday School Incorporated 1799" (diameter 15.8cm), circa 1800. Damaged. Identical to 95-001-066.
23b 95-001-066 Saucer with printed image of John Wesley after J. Jackson. Inscription on back "Tunstall Wesleyan Sunday School Incorporated 1799" (diameter 15.8cm), circa 1800. Damaged. Identical to 95-001-065.
27 95-001-069 Saucer with printed image of John Wesley and hand painted floral border pattern (diameter 15.5cm), undated (late nineteenth century).
23b 95-001-067 Staffordshire bowl with inscription "John Wesley M.A. Born at Epworth June 17th 1703 died in London March 2nd 1791," rear inscription "Centenary" (diameter 14.6cm), 1839. Damaged.
27 95-001-071 Staffordshire bowl with printed image of John Wesley and Centenary Hall (diameter 16.5cm), undated (circa 1839).
27 95-001-070 Staffordshire plate with printed image of John Wesley and Centenary Hall (diameter 18.6cm), undated (circa 1839).
John Wesley: Other ceramics
23a 95-001-075 Creamware jug with printed image of John Wesley flanked by Hope and Charity; inscription "JEHOVAH reigns let Saints let men adore" (height 13.6), circa 1790s. Inscription has faded and is almost illegible.
22c 95-001-078 Creamware teapot with image of John Wesley printed in black. Inscription: "The Rev. John Wesley, M.A. aged 83, 1785" [sic] and "Let your Conversation be as becometh the Gospel of CHRIST," (height 11.3cm) undated (late eighteenth century). Repairs to handle and lid.
22c 95-001-079 Creamware teapot with image of John Wesley printed in black (after the Nathaniel Hone depiction). Inscription: "John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln College Oxford" and "Let your Conversation be as becometh the Gospel of CHRIST," (height 13.7cm) undated (late eighteenth century). Cracked.
23a 95-001-073 Mug inscribed "Celebration of the Centenary of WEsleyan Methodism Oct 28th, 1839" and Rev. John Wesley Founder of Methodism Born June 17th 1703, Died Mar 2nd 1791" with images of Centenary Hall and John Wesley after J. Barry (height 9.7cm), 1839. Repaired.
23a 95-001-074 Small jug with image of John Wesley and Centenary Hall (height 8.5cm), 1839.
28 95-001-076 Staffordshire jug with printed image of John Wesley at 87 and inscription "Hymn 12: Come ye that love the Lord...." (height 21.7cm), undated (nineteenth century).
23b 95-001-072 Staffordshire mug with printed image of John Wesley (profile). Inscribed "John Wesley MA born at Epworth June 17 1703 Died in London March 2 1791" (height 8.5cm), circa 1839.
23a 95-001-077 Staffordshire teacup inscribed "John Wesley, M.A. Born..." and "Centenary Hall and Mission House, London" (height 5.4cm), circa 1839.
John Wesley: Other artifacts
40 95-001-204 Advertisement for engraved mezzotint by H. Macbeth-Raeburn, R.A. of portrait of John Wesley by Frank O. Salisbury (20.3cm x 25.9cm), circa 1932.
21c 95-001-086 Button with image of John Wesley and inscription "Bicentennial Savannah, GA., June, 1903" (diameter 3.2cm), 1903.
29 95-001-091 Cast iron bookend or doorstop with full profile relief image of John Wesley (height 18.3cm), undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-228 Catalog, “A Small but Choice Collection of Tracts and Autographs by John Wesley and Other Wesleyana: An Important Collection Offered at the Affixed Net Prices by Charles F. Heartman, The Book Farm, Hattiesburg, Miss.”, undated (circa 1939). Identical to 95-001-229.
40 95-001-229 Catalog, “A Small but Choice Collection of Tracts and Autographs by John Wesley and Other Wesleyana: An Important Collection Offered at the Affixed Net Prices by Charles F. Heartman, The Book Farm, Hattiesburg, Miss.”, undated (circa 1939). Identical to 95-001-228.
40 95-001-227 Catalog, “Sale of Wesleyana: Catalogue of Wesleyan Books and Methodist Literature for the Libraries of the late Revs. George Osborn, D.D. and W. H. Gregory”, undated (early twentieth century).
40 95-001-236 Catalog, R. Thursfield Smith’s private Methodist collection, undated [item missing].
22c 95-001-093 Christening robe sleeve attributed to be John Wesley's, undated (eighteenth century).
21a 95-001-094 Drapery attributed to be from John Wesley's bed, undated. Note explaining the drapery.
40 95-001-206 Envelope commemorating the 250th anniversary of the conversion of John Wesley with reproduction of the portrait by Robert Hunter (16.2cm x 11.3cm), 1988.
30 95-001-092 Japanned metal box owned by John Wesley (length 23.6cm x 16.0cm x 14.4cm), undated (eighteenth century). See 95-001-259 for letter of authenticity.
40 95-001-219 Journal, “Schweizer Evangelist,” no. 24, “John Wesley, 1703-1791: Sondernummer des Schweizer Evangelist zum 250. Geburtstag des Begründers des Methodismus” issue, 1953.
40 95-001-221 Journal, “The Bible in the World: A Monthly Record of the Work of the British and Foreign Bible Society”, 1938 Nov.
40 95-001-259 Letter found in metal box (item 95-001-092) detailing the box's provenance (23.2cm x 18.6cm), 1851 Mar 18.
21c 95-001-082 Medallion with image of John Wesley commemorating the centennial of his death (diameter 3.9cm), 1891.
21d 95-001-081 Medallion with image of John Wesley commemorating the centennial of his death (diameter 5.1cm), 1891. With case.
21c 95-001-083 Medallion with image of John Wesley commemorating the Methodist centennial (diameter 4.6cm), 1839. Inscription very worn and illegible.
21c 95-001-084 Medallion commemorating "The ninety-third conference of the Wesleyan Methodists..." with image of John Wesley (diameter 4.6cm), circa 1929. Identical to 95-001-201.
39b 95-001-201 Medallion commemorating "The ninety-third conference of the Wesleyan Methodists..." with image of John Wesley (diameter 4.6cm), circa 1929. Identical to 95-001-084.
39a 95-001-240 Medallion "To commemorate the formation of the Wesleyan Methodist Society at its first centenary." Contains images of John and Charles Wesley (4.6cm), 1839 Oct.
22c 95-001-080 Mug with image of John Wesley and image of New Kingswood School Lansdown Bath, undated (nineteenth century).
41 95-001-226 Newspaper, “The Methodist Recorder,” v. 31, no. 1732, “Wesley Centenary Number”, 1891 Mar.
22b 95-001-085 Oval medal marked "Seal of the Methodist-Conference" with image of John Wesley (height approx. 5.5cm). Handwritten note is attached to back of frame, circa 1820.
21c 95-001-087 Oval medal with image of John Wesley (height 3.4cm), undated.
40 95-001-222 Photocopy of article, “The Art Treasures of the Wesleyans,” from v. 14, no. 175 of “London Opinion”, 1907.
40 95-001-205 Photograph of letter from John Wesley to George Whitfield, letter dated 1785 (16.3cm x 10.7cm), photograph undated (late nineteenth century).
40 95-001-208 Poem, “In Memory of John Wesley: A Parody,” by unknown author for the “Public Advertiser” (20.3cm x 16.2cm), 1791 Apr 6.
40 95-001-207 Printed sheet, “Grain of Mustard Seed: A Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley at Founding the Benevolent or Strangers’ Friend Society” (25.3cm x 20.0cm), 1785.
40 95-001-231 Schedule of worship services in the Maidstone Circuit (21.5 x 28.5), 1859 Jan-Apr.
40 95-001-230 Scrapbook of articles about John Wesley, 1903.
21c 95-001-090 Stamped metal pendant[?], cut from round medal (height 3.2cm), undated. Illegible writing where object was cut.
40 95-001-220 Tract, “New Biographical Series – No. 6, John Wesley”, undated.
40 95-001-223 Tract, “The Wesleyan Centenary Picture”, 1840 Mar.
40 95-001-225 Transcript, “John Wesley: A Lecture by Rev. Canon Overton, M.A., Rector of Epworth, Delivered at Davos Platz, Switzerland, 1897 Aug.
40 95-001-218 Unknown periodical, v. 126, collection of essays and poems about John Wesley, undated (late nineteenth/early twentieth century).
21c 95-001-089 Watch fob, metal (height 2.7cm), undated (nineteenthcentury).
21c 95-001-088 Watch fob with image of John Wesley, marked Wedgwood (height 2.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
Charles Wesley
39c 95-001-103 Baby cap attributed to be Charles Wesley's, undated (eighteenth century).
43 18-003-021 Engraving of "Charles Wesley, A.M., Presbyter of the Church of England, and late Student of Christ Church. Engraved by J. Spilsbury. Published by John Atlay, London, 1786 Mar 20.
31 95-001-095 Engraving of Charles Wesley, "From an Original Painting in the possession of the Family." Engraved by Thomas A. Dean (height approx. 14cm), undated (before 1860). Framed. Similar to 18-003-008.
40 18-003-008 Engraving of Charles Wesley "From an Original Painting in the possession of the Family." Engraved by Thomas A. Dean (21.7cm x 15.0cm), undated (before 1860). Similar to 95-001-095. [OBV1:between 34 and 35].
31 95-001-096 Engraving of Charles Wesley (height approx 12.5cm), undated (nineteenth century). Framed.
22a 95-001-097 Engraving of Charles Wesley (height approx. 9.0cm), undated (late eighteenth/early nineteenth century). Framed.
40 95-001-209 Engraving of “C[harles] Wesley. The Poet of Methodism” (28.5cm x 22.4cm), undated (nineteenth century).
43 18-003-015 Engraving of "The Revd. Charles Wesley, M.A., Sometime Study of Christ Church, Oxford, The Poet of Methodism...." Engraved by J. Cochran from a painting by William Gush. Published by J. Mason, Paternoster Row, 1852.
22b 95-001-102 Gold medallion with image of Charles Wesley, marked with initials "M & P" (diameter approx. 5.5cm), undated (early nineteenth century?). Framed.
22b 95-001-101 Medallion commemorating the Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism. Contains image of Charles Wesley (diameter 4.9cm), 1839.
39b 95-001-202 Medallion commemorating the Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism. Contains images of John and Charles Wesley (diameter 3.9cm), 1839.
31 95-001-098 Oil painting of Charles Wesley by F. J. Jabson (height 22.8cm), 1876.
45 18-003-018 Photograph of the print, "The Revd. Charles Wesley, Preaching to the Northamerican Indians, 1745," undated (twentieth century).
40 95-001-232 Postcard of portrait of Charles Wesley by Frank Salisbury (13.9cm x 8.9cm), undated (twentieth century).
40 18-003-010 Postcard of portrait of Charles Wesley from an original portrait at the John Wesley Hotel, Savannah (13.9cm x 8.7cm), undated (twentieth century).
Other Wesleys
32 95-001-108 34 wax seals belonging to Wesley family or with images of Wesley family members, undated (seventeenth and eighteenth century).
43 18-003-020 Engraving of "Burial of Mrs. Susannah Wesley, (Mother of the Founders of Methodism), Bunhill Fields, A.D. 1742." Engraved by S. Gunber based on a work by D. Wolstenholme. Published by R. Owen, Jr., London, 1865.
40 95-001-215 Engraving of “Mrs. Susannah Wesley (Mother of John Wesley.)," engraved by J. C. Buttre (25.6cm x 16.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-216 Engraving of “Mrs. Susanna Wesley”, engraved by E. Whimper (22.1cm x 14.2cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-217.
40 95-001-217 Engraving of “Mrs. Susanna Wesley”, engraved by E. Whimper (22.1cm x 14.2cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-216.
40 95-001-211 Engraving of “Samuel Wesley [Aged Nineteen]”, engraved by E. Whimper (21.6cm x 13.6cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-212.
40 95-001-212 Engraving of “Samuel Wesley [Aged Nineteen]”, engraved by E. Whimper (21.6cm x 13.6cm), undated (nineteenth century). Identical to 95-001-212.
40 95-001-210 Engraving of “Samuel Wesley: Father of the Wesleys” (28.2cm x 21.9cm), undated (nineteenth century).
31 95-001-105 Engraving of Samuel Wesley, Jr. (1691-1739) with printed signature (height approx 13.5cm), undated (early nineteenth cenutury). Framed.
40 95-001-213 Engraving of “S[usannah] Wesley: Mother of the Rev’d. John Wesley”, engraved by [R.] Owen after Williams (28.6cm x 22.2cm), undated (nineteenth century).
31 95-001-106 Miniature portrait of Sarah Wesley painted on ivory (height approx 10.5cm), undated (early nineteenth century). Framed.
40 95-001-214 Engraving of “Mrs. Sarah Wesley, Widow of the late Rev. Charles Wesley now living near London, in the ninety eighth year of her age” (11.8cm x 7.6cm), 1820s.
22b 95-001-104 Oval portrait of Samuel Wesley (1662-1735), black and white on ivory[?] (height 8.0cm), undated (early nineteenth century). In case with clasp.
40 18-003-009 Portrait of Samuel Wesley (1766-1837) as a child, by William Dickinson after a portrait by John Russell (23.2cm x 17.2cm), 1778. [OBV1:between 47 and 48].
21c 95-001-107 Portrait of Sarah Wesley, daughter of Charles and Sarah Wesley (height 5.0cm) undated (nineteenth century). With case and clasp.
40 95-001-233 Postcard of portrait of Susanna Wesley by Frank O. Salisbury (14.0cm x 8.9cm), undated (twentieth century).
Francis Asbury
24b 95-001-112 3 cut nails attributed to be from the first Georgia Methodist church in which Asbury held conference, undated (late eighteenth century).
34 95-001-114 Commemorative plate inscribed "Arrival of Francis Albury in America 1771-1971" with image of Asbury monument in Washington, D.C. Kettlesprings Kilns, Alliance, Ohio (diameter 25.4cm), 1971.
34 95-001-113 Commemorative plate inscribed "Arrival of Francis Asbury in America 1771-1971" with image of Francis Asbury. Kettlesprings Kilns, Alliance, Ohio (diameter 25.6cm), 1971.
portrait gallery 95-001-203 Engraving of Rev. Francis Asbury by B. Tanner from a painting by J. Paradise, circa 1814.
portrait gallery 18-003-023 Engraving of "The Ordination of Bishop Asbury and Organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Dec. 27th, 1784 at the Christmas Conference held in Lovely Lane Chapel, Baltimore, Md." Engraved by A. Gilchrist after a painting by Thomas Coke Ruckle, 1882.
39a 95-001-238 Medal, The United Methodist Church. Bicentennial of Asbury's Arrival in America, 1771-1971. Contains image of Francis Asbury (1745-1816). New York: Medallic Art Company (3.8 cm), 1971. With Original Box. Identical to 95-001-239 and 15-043-001.
39a 95-001-239 Medal, The United Methodist Church. Bicentennial of Asbury's Arrival in America, 1771-1971. Contains image of Francis Asbury (1745-1816). New York: Medallic Art Company (3.8 cm), 1971.
39a 15-043-001 Medal, The United Methodist Church. Bicentennial of Asbury's Arrival in America, 1771-1971. Contains image of Francis Asbury (1745-1816). New York: Medallic Art Company (3.8 cm), 1971.
39c 95-001-154 Medallion commemorating the centenary of the "Organization of American Methodism" (Methodist Episcopal Church, South). Contains an image of Francis Asbury and Bishop George Foster Pierce (diameter 3.6cm), 1884.
40 18-003-014 Ordination certificate for Thomas Dunn (deacon) signed and sealed by Francis Asbury, 1811 Nov 10
44 95-001-261 Painted plaster bust of Francis Asbury by John McClarey (height 28.1cm), 1984.
32 95-001-109 Pine wood with nailed leather scraps. The label identifies it as "Piece of Bishop Asbury's first coffin" (18.0cm x 11.0cm x 3.6cm), undated (circa 1816).
40 95-001-234 Postcard of portrait of Francis Asbury by Frank O. Salisbury (14.0cm x 8.9cm), undated (twentieth century).
32 95-001-110 Spoon attributed to be Francis Asbury's medicine spoon, undated (length 10.9cm). With case.
21c 95-001-111 Watch fob portraying bearded man, attributed to belong to Francis Asbury (height 3.5cm), undated.
Peter Bohler (Moravian bishop)
43 18-003-024 Portait of Peter Bohler (reproduction). Painting by John Valentine Haidt, original painting dates to the eighteenth century, reproduction was made in 2017 Dec. Framed.
Thomas Coke
40 95-001-237 Photograph of scene on Edisto Island where Thomas Coke and William Hammet were shipwrecked en route to 1791 annual conference in Charleston, SC. From a painting by W. A. Walker (20.0cm x 11.6cm), undated (nineteenth century).
40 95-001-235 Postcard of portrait of Thomas Coke by Frank O. Salisbury (14.0cm x 8.9cm), undated (twentieth century).
Peter Doub
32 95-001-115 Deacon ordination certificate signed and sealed by Bishop Enoch George, Richmond, VA, 1820 Feb 27. Framed with item 95-001-115.
32 95-001-151 Elder ordination certificate signed and sealed by Bishop Enoch George, New Bern, NC, 1822 Mar 24. Framed with item 95-001-115.
John Fletcher and Mary Fletcher
22b 95-001-117 Engraving of John Fletcher (height approx 9.0cm), undated (early nineteenth century). Oval wood framed (damaged).
40 18-003-012 Engraving of "The Revd. John William de la Flechere" [John Fletcher]. Engraved by Edwin; published by J. Kingston, Baltimore (17.8cm x 8.5cm), undated (nineteenth century).
22b 95-001-116 Gold medallion with image of John Fletcher, marked with initials "M & P" (diameter approx. 5.5cm), undated (early nineteenth century?). Framed.
41 95-001-242 Print of portrait of Mary Fletcher, widow of John Fletcher, circa 1810.
41 95-001-241 Print of portrait of John Fletcher, circa 1810.
William McKendree
portrait gallery 95-001-258 Framed engraved portrait of William McKendree, 1814.
George Foster Pierce
portrait gallery 95-001-256 Framed portrait painted in oil, undated (nineteenth century).
portrait gallery 95-001-257 Framed engraved portrait of Pierce with his father, Lovick Pierce, undated (nineteenth century).
George Whitefield
33 95-001-118 Staffordshire ceramic bust of George Whitefield by Enoch Wood (height 32.6cm), undated (circa 1800).
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