Transcription of Extract of G. Parsons Journal – Burton Circuit 1822
Sunday June 30, at Burton prayer meeting at 7 in the morning. At 10 held a band meeting. At 2 spoke in the room at Bond-end, Burton; a very hard time. At 6 in the evening spoke again; a very large congregation. The Lord made bare his arm, 6 were in trouble, and 2 professed to find peace.
July 4. At Wood Mill; here the work is going on well; 25 in society. On the 5th visited the friends, and a widow woman upwards of eighty years of age. She was in distress on account of her soul. I talked with her, we then prayed, and the Lord blessed her soul, and made her happy in his love.
July 7. at Litchfield; had a good time; souls were in distress, 2 got into liberty, and joined the society. Praise the Lord.
I have not been able to identify George in online records. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
- 1822 Burton on Trent
- 1823 Belper
- 1825 Nottingham
- 1827 Leeds
- 1829 Grimsby
- 1830 Belper
- 1831 New York
- 1832 disappears
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1823/43; 1829/fr
W Leary, Directory of Primitive Methodist Ministers and their Circuits, 1990
Census Returns and Births, Marriages & Deaths Registers
Note: The picture of George in the frontispiece of the 1829 Magazine in the Englesea Brook Museum is missing. Can anyone supply a copy of the picture?