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Dorothy Graham suggests that whilst at Lincoln in 1828, Mary became ill and that was a likely cause for her ...
Anscombe, M (Miss)
Family She was pledged by the Aylesbury Circuit in 1841 and opened the chapel at Wing, Buckinghamshire in 1842. I have not ...
Ansdale (Ansdell), Jane (1801-1892)
Born on 8 December 1901 at Hull, Yorkshire.
Family I have not been able to identify Ann in on-line records. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Circuits 1821 Pocklington 1822 ...
Ayliffe, Jane (1815-1837)
Born in 1815 at Rowde, in Wiltshire.
Bennett, Ann (nee Johnson) (1823-1900)
Born on 13 February 1823 at Saffron Waldon, Essex.
Betney, Adelaide (nee Burley) (1831-1901)
Baptised on 2 October 1831 at St Martins, Lincoln.
Bland, Rose (1856-1907)
Born May 1856 at Clayton, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Bone, Mary Ann (nee White) (1842-1900)
Baptised on 4 June 1843 at Luton, Bedfordshire.
Bosworth, Susannah Anne (nee Chaloner) 1845-1899
During one of her missions in Lancashire the following were reported as the results; converted males over 14 years of age, 48; males under 14 years of age, 36; females over 14 years of age, 74; females under 14 years of age, 37; total 195.
Brooks, Elizabeth (nee Tasker) (1809-1900)
Born in 1809 at Ashby Puerorum, Lincolnshire
Buck, Mary Clarissa (1810-1876)
One of the longest serving women itinerant preachers (page 1)
Buck, Mary Clarissa (1810-1876)
One of the longest serving women itinerant preachers (page 2)
Buckby, Eliza (nee Winterton) (1832-1905)
Baptised on 21 August 1832 at Empingham, Rutland.
Buckle, Elizabeth (nee Gay) 1825-1896
Born abt 1825 near Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Buddery, Louisa (nee Watts) 1822-1899
Wife of a cow keeper, and one of three exceptional PM women preachers in Great Yarmouth.
Chambers, Elizabeth (nee Claxton) (1818-1901)
Born on 6 November 1818 at Norwich, Norfolk.
Coad, Ursula (nee Sturtridge) 1819-1900
Early Methodist chapels: ‘People did not trouble about steeples and stained-glass windows. Most of our little ‘Bethels’ and ‘Ebenezers’ had floors of common sand and lime. The walls were white-washed, the seats were plain and without backs, the pulpit had just room enough for one person to stand in, for lights we had tallow candles.
Corbett, Matilda (nee Archer) (1815-1851)
Born in 1815 in London.
Crewe, Sarah (1822-1903)
Born abt 1822 at Exhall, Warwickshire.
Dakin, Elizabeth (1793-1879) of The Cloud
One of the early women preachers and protege of Hugh Bourne.
Dennison, Mary (nee Buckley) (1842-1906)
Born in 1842 at South Witham, Lincolnshire.
Dodsworth, Clara (nee Chaffer) (1805-1866)
Born in 1805 at Eastrington, Yorkshire.
Elizabeth Evans (1775-1849)
Portrayed as Dinah Morris in 'Adam Bede', by her niece George Eliot. Elizabeth was not a Primitive Methodist, but Hugh Bourne heard her preach and was convinced that she was called by God. This influenced him to encourage women to preach, and to appoint the first women ministers in Britain.
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