Crossley, Mary

E Dorothy Graham writes:- “Mary was said to have been of big build and six ft. tall. She worked in tirelessly in Hull during the cholera epidemic of 1832, preaching both in the chapel and in the open air. The PM Minutes of 1837 and 1839 show payments because of illness, so she may have had to retire due to ill health.”

Circuits

  • 1831 Lincoln
  • 1832 Hull
  • 1833 Preston Brook
  • 1834 Hopton Bank
  • 1835 Kidderminster
  • 1837 Ramsor
  • 1839 disappears

References

W Leary, Directory of Primitive Methodist Ministers and their Circuits, 1990

E Dorothy Graham, Primitive Methodist Women 

Census Returns and Births, Marriages & Deaths Registers

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