Alexander Bedward was the founder of Bedwardism. He was one of the most successful preachers of Jamaican Revivalism. Contents. 1 Life; 2 Followers.
Between and , Alexander Bedward, an African-Jamaican healer, led the Jamaica Baptist Free Church in August Town, Jamaica, on the Hope River. Born in or at the present Matilda's Corner, then part of Hope Plantation in St. Andrew Parish, Bedward died on November 8.
It's impossible to know exactly how many people amassed in August Town, Jamaica, on New Year's Eve, , to watch Alexander Bedward fly.
Alexander Bedward, who was born in St. Andrew in , was known as the ' Lord of August Town." He was the namesake of Bedwardism, a religious movement.
Alexander Bedward. The ruins of Alexander Bedward's church, a landmark in August Town, St Andrew. - File. Louis Marriott, Contributor.
It was from this period of economic insecurity and discrimination that a young man, Alexander Bedward, emerged in August Town as the.
Tag: Alexander Bedward. Rebooting the Past: The Flying Preacherman's Story. Augustown. “Augustown's elevation from village to inner-city.
In the year , Alexander Bedward, the Mona prophet, had been tried for seditious language and released on the ground of insanity. He was.
The Bedward's Tomb is located in Bedward Cemetery, August Town, St. Andrew and is named in memory of Alexander Bedward (). The tomb is a.
Alexander Bedward was born in near the Mona Estate in St. Andrew where he later worked as an adult. He was also a baptized member of the providence.