Susanna and John

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Her husband left her and the children for over a year because of a minor dispute. Samuel Wesley spent time in jail twice due to his poor financial abilities, and the lack of money was a continual struggle for Susanna.

William Shakespeare - his children, Susanna, Hamnet and Judith and his grandchildren

Their house was burned down twice; during one of the fires, her son, John, nearly died and had to be rescued from the second story window. After the second fire, Susanna was forced to place her children into different homes for nearly two years while the rectory was rebuilt.

During this time, the Wesley children lived under the rules of the homes they lived in. Susanna was mortified that her children began to use improper speech and play more than study. They attended classes for six hours and on the very first day they were supposed to learn the whole of the alphabet.

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All her children except two managed this feat, and these seemed to Susanna to be very backward. Daughters included, they all learnt Latin and Greek and were well tutored in the classical studies that were traditional in England at that time.

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Her husband left her and the children for over a year because of a minor dispute. I am a woman, but I am also the mistress of a large family. And though the superior charge of the souls contained in it lies upon you, yet in your long absence I cannot but look upon every soul you leave under my charge as a talent committed to me under a trust.

I am not a man nor a minister, yet as a mother and a mistress I felt I ought to do more than I had yet done. I resolved to begin with my own children; in which I observe the following method: I take such a proportion of time as I can spare every night to discourse with each child apart.

Samuel Wesley spent time in jail twice due to his poor financial abilities, and the lack of money was a continual struggle for Susanna.

Susanna Wesley: Mother of John and Charles

Their house was burned down twice; during one of the fires, her son, John , nearly died and had to be rescued from the second storey window. She was the primary source of her children's education. After the second fire, Susanna was forced to place her children into different homes for nearly two years while the rectory was rebuilt.

During this time, the Wesley children lived under the rules of the homes they lived in. Susanna was mortified that her children began to use improper speech and play more than study.

"All of Me" (John Legend cover) - Susanna

They attended classes for six hours and on the very first day they were supposed to learn the whole of the alphabet. All her children except two managed this feat, and these seemed to Susanna to be very backward. Daughters included, they all learnt Latin and Greek and were well tutored in the classical studies that were traditional in England at that time. During a time when her husband was in London, defending a friend against charges of heresy, he had appointed a locum to bring the message.

The lack of diverse spiritual teaching caused Susanna to assemble her children Sunday afternoon for family services. They would sing a psalm and then Susanna would read a sermon from either her husband's or father's sermon file followed by another psalm. The local people began to ask if they could attend.

Wesley practised daily devotions throughout her life, and in her reply to her son Charles's letter, she addressed her experience of the depravity of her human nature, and the grace of God. Home Letters of Love and Duty.

Hall, Susanna Shakespeare, 1583-1649

Browse Inside. SKU SP Add to Cart. Quick Overview Partly a love story, partly a fascinating view of nineteenth-century social history and developments in early Ontario, these letters are a moving revelation of two important Canadian ancestors.

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