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"Red Bricked Cottage"

Orginally known as Francis Asbury's boyhood home, this 18th-century cottage was the home of the first American Methodist Bishop. With his own statue erected in Washington, he is considered important in the founding of an independent American nation. Built in attractive red brick, it is a lovely single story cottage with a lovely tiled roof, and Asbury lived in this house until he became a full-time preacher and moved to America in 1771.While he never returned, his family remained there until the death of his mother. Ever since September 1955, this grade II listed building, has been converted into a museum in his memory, which is fully furnished in period style, with pieces related to Asbury's life displayed inside, along with information about the rise of Methodism.
A4041, Newton Road, West Bromwich, United Kingdom, B43 6HN
"Red Bricked Cottage"
Orginally known as Francis Asbury's boyhood home, this 18th-century cottage was the home of the first American Methodist Bishop. With his own statue erected in Washington, he is considered important in the founding of an independent American nation. Built in attractive red brick, it is a lovely single story cottage with a lovely tiled roof, and Asbury lived in this house until he became a full-time preacher and moved to America in 1771.While he never returned, his family remained there until the death of his mother. Ever since September 1955, this grade II listed building, has been converted into a museum in his memory, which is fully furnished in period style, with pieces related to Asbury's life displayed inside, along with information about the rise of Methodism.
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