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PREFACE 

THE first issue of The Methodist Who s Who was surrounded by special 
difficulties ; but the sale of the book showed how much it was appre 
ciated in all parts of the country. The Second Edition was much 
enlarged, and had even greater success. To the present issue large 
additions have been made which bring the Methodism of our Colonies 
and the United States into intimate touch with the Methodism of 
our own country and the Mission field. Warm congratulations and 
expressions of interest have been received from all parts of the globe. 
The English lists of ministers and laymen have also been much 
extended. 

The brief biographies contain details as to each man s personal 
history, his public work, his church life, his writings, studies, recrea 
tions, and other points of interest. Such pages will make ministers 
and people better known to each other, and will bind together the 
various branches of the Methodist family. The book makes a wider 
appeal to members of other Churches and to all who wish to know 
something about Methodist men of the time. They will find here 
much information which can be gained nowhere else. 

One American reviewer carefully examined 1,600 entries and 
found that the most popular recreations were : Cycling, 253 ; golf, 
192 ; walking, 175 ; gardening, 98 ; cricket, 80 ; photography, 75 ; 
fishing, 68 ; music, 66 ; tennis, 66 ; reading, 65 ; travel, 50 ; motor 
ing, 37 ; chess, 34 ; hunting, 29 ; swimming, 21 ; horseback-riding, 
9 ; driving, 9. It seems that the crowning fondness is for cycling a 
sport, by the way, which is little followed in America. We believe that 
in America the favourite recreations are hunting, fishing, and garden 
ing. Some very unusual recreations are mentioned. Three subjects 
confess their partiality for Freemasonry ; three, hard work ; four, 
collecting portraits and autographs ; five, collecting Wesleyana ; 
one, naval history ; one, numismatics ; one, psychic research ; one, 
inventing ; one, collecting stamps ; two, works of God ; four, public 
work ; one, bee-keeping. The strangest recreation recorded is that 
of reading Annual Conference Minutes. 

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cannot hope to have escaped all mistakes. Any corrections sent 
to 25-35 City Road, London, E.C., will be valued. It is hoped that 
The Methodist Who s Who will become a household friend, and establish 
its claim to a long life of influence and prosperity. 

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ABBREVIATIONS 



4 .... Methodist Church of Australasia. 

Assist. "... Assistant. 

Assoc ..... Association. 

Assur ..... Assurance. 

b ...... born. 

B C .... Bible Christian. 

C. , . , . Canadian Methodist Church. 

c. children. 

CC. .... County Council. 

C.Ct ..... County Court. 

C.E ..... Christian Endeavour. 

Chap ..... Chaplain. 

Coll ..... College. 

d ...... daughter, died. 

Del ..... delegate. 

Com ..... Committee. 

Dist ..... District. 

Educ. .... educated. 

e ,d ...... eldest daughter. 

e. m ..... entered ministry. 

F.C.C ..... Free Church Council. 

Hon ..... Honorary, Honourable. 

Hon. Chap. . . . Honorary Chaplain. 

/ ...... Independent Methodist. 

Inst ..... Institute. 

m. . . married. 

M.E. Ch. Methodist Episcopal Church, U.S.A. 

M.E. Ch. S , . . Methodist Episcopal Church South, U.S.A. 

M.N.C ..... Methodist New Connexion. 

p ...... Primitive Methodist. 

Pres ..... President. 

# ...... Wesleyan Reform Union. 

Rep ..... Representative. 

s .... son. 

5.^4. . . . . Wesleyan Methodist Church of South Africa, 

Sec. ..... Secretary. 

Soc ..... Society. 

S.S ...... Sunday School. 

S.S. Supt. . . . Sunday-school Superintendent. 

Stud ..... Student. 

T ...... Telephone. 

T.A. .... Telegraphic Address. 

Treas ..... Treasurer. 

U ...... United Methodist. 

U.B.H.S ..... Union for Biblical and Homiletic Study. 

U.K. A ..... United Kingdom Alliance. 

U.M.C ..... United Methodist Church. 

U.M.F.C ..... United Methodist Free Churches. 

W ...... Wesleyan. 

Wes. Meth. . . . Wesleyan Methodist. 

y.d. ..... youngest daughter. 



*. . . An admirable creation of Methodism. 

AaU, January 24, 1911. 



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ELSEWHERE. 

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by the present prosperous position of the 
Society. Before effecting Life Assurance 
Methodists should obtain quotations from 

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THE STAR ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 

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Branches or Agents , or from the 

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METHODIST WHO S WHO 



ABBOTT, Edward ; b. May 31, 1822, at Diss; 
s. of Edward Edmund Abbott, of Diss ; m. 
1855, S. Emily Smyth, of Ipswich ; six c. 
Educ. Private schools. Publisher of Diss 
Express. Local Preacher since 15 years old ; 
Rep. to Conference ; has filled many church 
offices. Recreation : Walking. Address : 
Mere St., Diss, Norfolk. W. 

ABBOTT, Rev. Edward; 6. Ripley, Derby 
shire ; s. of William Abbott ; m. I^izzie 
Warriner, of Ripley ; e. m. 1879. Introduced 
Christian Endeavour to U.M.F.C. 1893 ; Pres. 
of C.E. Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 
1908 ; served on U.M.F.C. Connexional, 
Missionary, Chapel, and Young People s Corns. 
Address : Hazlemere, Addison Road, Wan- 
stead. U. 

ABBOTT Rev. Wesley Watson, B.A., B.D. ; b. 

Jan. 31, 1869, at Mitchell, Ont. ; s. of William 
Abbott and Mary Holden loadstone ; m . 
Emmeline Scott, of Macdonald, Manitoba ; 
five c. Educ. Winnipeg and Toronto ; Wesley 
Coll., Winnipeg, and Victoria Coll., Toronto; 
e. m. on probation 1893, was ordained 1898. 
Was elected Pres. of Saskatchewan Conference, 
1908. Address: Saskatoon, Sask., Canada. C. 

ABRAHAM, Rev. Nendick, F.R.M.S. ; 6. Feb. 8, 

1858, at Gosport; s. of Henry William and 
Fanny Abraham, of Gosport, Hants ; m. 
Florence Agnes Angle, of Brookside, Yiewsley ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Private schools ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. tn. 1879. Pres. of the Wes. 
Meth. Church of South Africa, 1903; well 
known as a Naturalist and Lecturer on 
scientific subjects. Publications: Scientific 
Articles to various Science Magazines. 
Recreations : Natural history and micro 
scopical research. Address : Wesleyan Par 
sonage, Durban, Natal, S.A. S. A. 



ADAIR, Rev. Philippe George; b. 1847, at 

Jersey ; s. of William Hugh Adair ; m. Mary 
J. Norman, of Jersey ; four s. four d. Educ. 
National Academy and Free Church Coll., 
I^ausanne (Suisse) ; e. tn. 1871. Chairman of 
Dist. in 1889 ; Pres. of F.C.C. in Guernsey, 
1901-4; Pres. of French Conference, 1911-12. 
Receives young people en pension. Editor 
for some years of the S.S. Bible Lessons in 
the Education Chretienne and of the Magasin 
Methodiste des lies de la Manche. Contributor 
to the Homiletic Quarterly and Magazine, and 
to several theological and homiletical reviews 
in the continental press. Recreation : Mullet 
fishing. A ddress : Villa Anne Marie, Hon- 
fleur, Calvados, France. W. 

ADAMS, Adam, J.P. ; 6. Sept. 23, 1834, at 
Beccles, Suffolk; s. of Adam and Kezia 
Adams ; m. Elizabeth Hoy, of Mattishall, 
Norfolk; one s. four d. Educ. Wildes 
Grammar School, Lowestoft. Retired Grocer 
and Merchant. Alderman of the Borough of 
Lowestoft; J.P. for Borough and for County 
of Suffolk ; Member of Local Authority first 
Improvement Commission and then Borough 
Member of Educational Committee, &c., for 
40 years; Mayor 1890-1, 1896-7, 1907-8. 
Member of C.C. from its inception, and on 
most of its Corns. ; two years ago was elected 
Alderman of E. Suffolk C.C.. Local Preacher 
for 62 years ; Circuit Steward ; Member of 
several Connexional Corns., and several tunes 
Del. to Conference; has been Vice-Pres. of 
Conference ; Trustee and Member of local 
Liberal Club. Address: 94 Denmark Road, 
Lowestoft. Club : National Liberal (London). 
P. 

ADAMS, Beresford; b. Sept. 2, i860, at 

Cross-o -th- Hands, Belper, Derbyshire ; s. of 
James Adams; m. Annie Dean, of Chester; 



NOTE. For biographies received too late for insertion in their 
proper alphabetical order, see page 254. 



ADAMS 



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AKESTER 



one s. two d. Educ. College Practising School, 
Chester. Estate Agent and Valuer. I/5cal 
Preacher since 1876 ; Class-leader since 1889 ; 
Trust and S.S. Treas. ; Member of Gen. S.S. 
Com.; Hon. Treas. of Liverpool Dist. S.S. Com.; 
Rep. for Cheshire on Council of S.S. Union 
(lyondon) ; Vice-Pres. of British Temperance 
I,eague ; Member of Council of Forty, U.K.A. ; 
Chairman of Chester Christian Temperance 
Society. Publications: Magazine Articles, and 
over 200 Hymns, Temperance Melodies, and 
Recitations. Address : Shirley House, Chester. 
P. 

ADAMS, Ernest ; ft. Sept. 3, 1866, at Sheffield; 
s. of Henry Adams, West View, Sharrow ; 
m. I,etitia Martha, d. of Rev. Alfred Clayton ; 
one s. Educ. Grammar School, Sheffield, 
Branch Manager, Refuge Assurance Company, 
I,td. Circuit Steward, Treas. of F.C.C. and 
three Church Trusts ; Director of Elmfield 
College, York ; Dist. Treas. of the Centenary 
Fund; been Circuit Rep. at Dist. Synod; 
Member of Board of Guardians ; Freeman 
City of Ix>ndon (Ijvery Company of Car 
men) ; Member of Management Committee of 
Alresford Orphanage, Hants. Recreations : 
Cricket, billiards, and motoring. Address : 
Crabtree I<odge, Sheffield. P. 

ADAMS, Rev. Henry; b. Sept. 14, 1848, at 

Romford ; s. of Thomas Adams, of Romford, 
Essex ; m. 1st, Phoebe, d. of A. Davey, of 
Romford ; 2nd, Mary, d. of Rev. G. Sykes ; 
two s. two d. Educ. British school and private 
study ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1873. Mis 
sionary in West Indies, 1874-89. Publications : 
Reminiscences of a Young Missionary ; 
Methodism in the West Indies. Address: 
Jesmond Dene, Christchurch, Worthing. W. 

ADAMS, Rev. Fred Winslow ; b. Aug. 31, 1866, 

at Belfast ; s. of Rev. True Page and 
Dorcas Ellen (Winslow) Adams ; m. 1901, 
Harriet Heath, of Slingerlands, N.Y. ; 
two s. Educ. Kennebunk (Me.) High 
School and Boston Univ. 1892 (post-grad. 
and Theol. work at Harvard and Yale 
Divinity School, D.D. from Univ. of Syra 
cuse, 1905) ; e. m. New York East Confer 
ence, 1896, and appointed Associate Pastor 
of Nostrand Avenue Church, Brooklyn, with 
John Rhey Thompson, D.D. ; Pastor First 
M.E. Ch., Yalesville, Conn., where he built a 
new brick church, 1897-9 ; Pastor of Epworth 
Ch., New Haven, Conn., 1900-1 ; in 1902 was 
transferred to Troy Conference, and has since 
been Pastor of First M.E. Ch., the Parish of 
All-People, Schenectady, N.Y. lecturer on 
Mark Twain and Other Marks ; Hoosier, Poet 
and Prophet of Cheer ; America, the Messiah 
of Nations. Contributor to The Methodist 
Review. Compiler of the Vincent Calendar. 
Sec. of Brotherhood of M.E. Ch., 1898-1902 ; 
Pres. of Schenectady Ministerial Assoc., 
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1904-5 ; Pres. of Boy Scouts of America, 
Schenectady Div. Recreation : Getting into 
the country, romping with my boys. Ad 
dress: 607 State St., Schenectady, New 
York. M.E. Ch. 

ADAMSON, Rev. Wathan W. ; b. Aug. 28, 1865, 
at Quaker s Road, Ant. ; s. of W. T. D. 
Adamson ; m. I^ucy, d. of A. W. Dunsdale, 
Bell Ewart, Ont. ; four c. Educ. Markham 
High School; Bradford Coll.; e. m. 1887. 
Address: Carman, Manitoba, Canada. C. 

ADCOCK, Rev. Edward Wright ; b. March so, 

1862, at Frisby-on-the-Wreake, Leicester ; 2nd 
s. of Thomas Adcock and Jane Wright ; m. 
Millicent, d. of Daniel Venning, of Bude ; 
two d. Educ. Harrow day school ; private 
study ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1884. Mis 
sionary in Sierra I,eone, 1884-5. Recreations : 
Gardening, walking, and cycling. Address: 
Hawthorne House, 235 Wellington Road, 
Stockport. W. 

AGAR, Joseph, J.P. ; b. Nov. 7, 1832, at York ; 
s. of Benjamin and Anne Agar ; m. 1st, Jane, 
d. of Mr. Jas. Chadwick, of York ; 2nd, Emily 
Jane, d. of T. G. Dickinson, of Naburn ; one 
s. three d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield. 
Tanner and Currier. Alderman ; J.P. for City 
of York and North Riding, Yorks; thrice 
I^ord Mayor. Class-leader for 50 years, S.S. 
work 52 years ; has been Poor, Society, 
and Chapel Steward ; has been a Total 
Abstainer for 50 years, and was the first to 
introduce unfermented wine for the ford s 
Supper in York. Address: Kilburn House, 
York. W. 

AIKENS, Rev. John William ; b. May 14, 1871, 

at Dublin, Ont., Canada; 5. of John and 
Margaret Aikens ; m. Etta B. Phinnimore, 
Mitchell, Ont. ; one s. Educ. Victoria Coll., 
Toronto ; Mount Allison Univ., Sackville, 
N.B. ; e. m. 1894. Associate Sec. of Depart 
ment of Temperance, Prohibition, and Moral 
Reform of Meth. Church, Canada. Address : 
Confederation I4fe Building, Toronto, Canada. 
C. 

AiNSWORTH, Rev. Wm. N., D.D . ; b. Feb. 10, 

1872, at Camilla, Ga., U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. J. T. 
and Kate McRaeny Ainsworth ; m. Mary 
Nicholson, of Attapulgus, Ga. ; three c. 
Educ. Emory Coll., Oxford, Ga. ; e. m. 1891. 
President of Wesleyan Coll., Macon, Ga. 
Address: Macon, Ga. M.E. Ch. S. 

AKESTER, Rev. George T. ; b. Oct. 29, 1855, at 
Hull ; s. of George R. Akester ; m. Jeannie 
Gibson, of Gateshead; three s. Stud. Ran- 
moor Coll., Sheffield ; e. m. 1882. Address : 
74 Avondale Square, Old Kent Road, London, 
S.E. U. 



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ALCOCK, Charles; 6. March 24, 1854, at 
Hanley ; s. of Elijah Alcock ; m. 1st, Flora, 
y. d. of Rev. Jabez Ingham (two s.) ; 2nd, Mary 
H., d. of Sampson Hancock, Manufacturer, 
Newcastle, Staffs. Educ. Privately. Brush 
Manufacturer and Merchant in firm of Robert 
Sherwin. Treas. of Trust and of Foreign 
Missions ; has been Circuit Steward, &c. 
Address : Charles St., Hanley, Staffs. W. 

ALCOCK, John Edward, J.P. ; b. June 15, 1861 ; 
s. of Robert Alcock, J.P., of The Cedars, 
Mansfield ; m. Margaret, d. of Rev. Thomas 
Hodson, of Bangalore, India ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Grove House School, Mansfield ; Grove 
Park School, Wrexham. Solicitor. J.P. for 
Mansfield; Mayor, 1903-4; Alderman of 
Town Council ; Registrar of C.Ct. S.S. Supt. ; 
five times Rep. to Conference. Recreation : 
Golf. Address : Sunny croft, Mansfield. T. 45, 
Mansfield. W. 

ALDERSON, John Arthur ; b. Aug. 26, 1867 ; 

s. of Jonathan Alderson, Keighley, Yorks ; m, 
Marie, d. of Samuel Towse, Postmaster of Filey ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Higher Grade School, 
Bradford; e. m. 1890. A ddress : 92 Wright- 
ington St., Wigan. P. 

ALDINGTON, Rev. James Arthur ; b. NOV. 8, 

1854 ; s. of John Felton Aldington, Fvdgbaston, 
Birmingham ; m. Julia Ann, y. d. of John 
Baker, of Sandwich, Kent ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Commercial and Classical School, 
Birmingham ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1876. 
Naval and Military Chap. Chatham Garrison, 
1897-1900. Address: Northcote, Abbotsham 
Road, Bideford, N. Devon. W. 

ALDRIDGE, Rev. A. R. ; b. May 3, 1865, at 
Waltham-St. -Lawrence, Berks ; s. of Richard 
and Emma Aldridge ; m. Mildred McGorman, 
of Arden, Manitoba ; four s. Educ. Wesley 
Coll., Winnipeg; B.A. of Manitoba Univ.; 
e. m. 1884. Pres. of Alberta Conference 
1910-11 ; Sec. of Conference the preceding 
year ; Rep. to two General Conferences ; 
almost 25 years of pioneer missionary work 
on the prairies. Address: Wetaskiwin, 
Alberta, Canada. C. 

ALEXANDER, Rev. Gross, S.T.D. ; b. June 1, 
1852, at Scottsville, Kentucky, U.S.A. ; s. of 
Dr. Charles Holliday and Eliza (Drane) Alex 
ander ; m. 1st, Helen M. Watts, of Louisville, 
Ky. ; 2nd, Arabel Wilbur, of Chicago, Illinois ; 
two s. two d. Educ. The University of 
L.ouisville, Ky. ; Drew Theological Seminary ; 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary ; e. m. 
1877. Editor of Methodist Review. Pastor for 
two years in New York, and seven in Kentucky; 
Professor of New Testament Interpretation, 
Vanderbilt Univ., for 18 years. Publications : 
The Son of Man ; Commentary on Col. and 
Eph. ; History of Methodist Episcopal Church 
South, &c. ; Translated and Annotated Chry 



sostom on Gal. and Eph. Recreation : Walking. 
Address: Methodist Publishing House, Nash 
ville, Tennessee, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

ALGER, Francis Joseph ; b. May 6, 1867, at 

Newport, Mon ; s. of Rowland Alger ; m. 
Sarah Margaret, d. of S. Graves, St. Bees; 
one s. one d. Educ. Wes. Coll., Taunton. 
Electrical, Heating, and Ventilating Engineer 
and Contractor. Circuit S.S. Sec., Soc. 
Steward, Circuit Steward, Rep. to Conference, 
1911. Recreation: Cycling. Address: Ingle- 
side, St. John s Road, Newport, Mon. W. 

ALGER, Rev. Joseph Bailey ; b. Dec. 19, 1843 ; 

s. of Joseph A. Alger, of Pembroke; m. 
Fanny Elizabeth Archbutt, of London; one 
s. seven d. Educ. Stackpole day school ; Coll. 
School, St. Davids ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1867. Chairman of Zetland Dist. 1901-4; 
Pres. of Holderness F.C.C. 1905-7. Re 
creations: Fishing and cycling. Address: 
Bingham, Nottingham. W. 

ALLCOCK, Rev George Edward ; b. July 11, 
1876, at Derby; s. of William and Sarah 
Naylor Allcock ; m. Margaret, e. d. of Thomas 
Smart, of Leicester. Educ. Wes. day school, 
Derby ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. w.1899. Address : 
Wesley Manse, Horwich, Bolton. W. 

ALLCOCK, Rev. John William ; b. 1870, at 
Derby ; s. of late William Allcock, of Os- 
maston ; m. Mabel Hewson, d. of Rev. 
Nehemiah Curnock. Educ. Canal St. Higher 
Grade School, Derby ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1895. Address: 275 Preston New Road, 
Blackburn. W. 

ALLCOCK, Rev. Thomas ; b. March 16, 1861, at 

Wakefield ; s. of Edward Allcock ; m. Eliza 
beth Skinner, of Silcoates Nurseries, Wakefield; 
one s. three d. Educ. Wes. day school, Wake- 
field ; Headingley Coll., L.eeds ; e. m. 1887. 
Sec. of Wesley Deaconess Inst. 1907-1911. Re 
creation : Photography. Address : 32 George 
St., Huddersfield. W. 

ALLEN, Charles; b. May 19, 1853, at Ely, 
Camb ; s. of William and Sarah Allen ; m. 
Anne Maria Harlow, of Millwall, Poplar, 
London; three c. Educ. National school, 
Ely. Bookstalls Supt. L,ocal Preacher; 
Chairman of Men s Bible Class, Norwich, 
1890-6 ; Circuit Steward, 1909-11 ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1895 and 1911. Address: 27 
Musters Road, Nottingham. W. 

ALLEN, Rev. George, B.A. ; b. Aug. 23, 1872, 
at Peckham ; s. of George Spicer Allen. 
Educ. Peckham Wes. School ; City of Lon 
don School; Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1896. 
Address: 30 Clarendon Road, L,eeds. W. 

ALLEN, Edward, M. Inst. C.E.; b. May 22, 
1850, at Liverpool ; s. of Edward Allen ; m. 
Mary Harrison, of Birkenhead ; eight c. 
Educ. The Liverpool Institute. Engineer to 

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AMES 



Liverpool Gas Co. Rep. to Conference, 1908 ; 
Circuit Steward, Local Preacher, Class-leader. 
Recreation : Pres. of the I. Zingari League 
Football Assoc. and of several clubs in the 
Liverpool dist. Addresses : Glentruan, Aig- 
burth Road, Liverpool, and Glentruan, Bride, 
Ramsey, Isle ot Man. W. 

ALLEN, John ; b. March 23, 1852, at Liverpool ; 
s. of Edward Allen ; m. Margaret Jonghin, of 
Kirk Bride, I. of M. ; one s. three d. Educ. 
The Liverpool Inst. Local Preacher ; several 
times Rep. to Conference. Address : 6 Kings- 
mead Road South, Oxton, Birkenhead. W. 

ALLEN, John Clemence ; b. at Camborne, 

Cornwall ; s. of Hugh Allen ; m. Elizabeth, 
d. of George Grace, of Oxford. Educ. Private 
school at Camborne. Outfitter. Chapel 
Steward ; Trustee ; Rep. to Conference, ] 909. 
Recreations : Cycling, music, reading, &c. 
Address : 6 Abingdon Road, Oxford. W. 

ALLEN, Rev. Mortimer ; b. Jan. 25, 1845, at 

Camborne ; 5. of Hugh Allen ; m Ada Blin, 
of Weymouth ; two d. Educ. Nelson House 
School, Devonport ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1870. Missionary in British Guiana, 1871-7. 
Address: 22 Ramsdale Crescent, Sherwood, 
Nottingham. W. 

ALLEN, Rev. Richard Watson, M.V.O.; b. 
Oct. 24, 1833, at Devizes ; s. of Rev. James 
Allen; tn. 1863, Mary, 2nd d. of Robert 
Hammond, of Finningham ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Kingswood School ; Grammar School, 
Great Yarmouth ; Assist. Master Wes. Coll. 
Sheffield, 1856-9; e. m. 1859. President s 
Assist. 1862-3 ; Acting Wes. Chap, for Army, 
1870-1909; Joint Sec. of London Mission, 
1884-5 ; Sec. of Wes. Army and Navy Com. 
and Board, 1876-1909 ; Del. to Oecu 
menical Conference, America, 1891 ; Member 
of Legal Hundred, 1892-1911 ; Wes. Chap, to 
Imperial Representative Corps for Inaugura 
tion of Australian Commonwealth, 1900-1 ; 
Member of the War Office Advisory Com. on 
the Moral and Spiritual Welfare of the Army, 
of the Council of the Royal Army Temper 
ance Assoc., and of the Council of the 
Central Assoc., Home Office, for the aid of 
Discharged Convicts ; Gazetted Hon. Chap, to 
the Forces, 1st Class, Aug. 31, 1901 ; Mem. of 
Royal Victorian Order, Dec. 1, 1909. Ad 
dress: 26 Edith Road, West Kensington, 
London, W. 

ALLEN, Rev. Samuel ; b. June 24, 1857, at 

Ballinderry, Lisburn; s. of Edward Allen, 
of Lisburn, Ireland; m. Eliza Anne, d. of 
Rev. George Vance, D.D., of Kingstown, Dub 
lin; six c. Educ. First Presbyterian School, 
Lisburn; Meth. Colls, Belfast; e. m. 1884. 
Publication : Memoir of Rev. George Vance, 
D.D. Address : Dundrum, Co. Down, Ire 
land. W. 



ALLEN, Rev. Thomas, D.D. ; b. Feb. 13, 1837, 

at Marbury, Cheshire ; s. of William Allen ; 
m. H. J. Watson, of Horsforth, nr. Leeds. 
Educ. Marbury and Bickley Church schools ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1857. House Governor 
of Handsworth Coll., 1897-1905; Fraternal 
Delegate to American Methodist Episcopal 
Church North, 1900 ; elected to Legal Hun 
dred, 1887; Pres. of Conference, 1900; 
Member of Connexional Com. ; Sec. of 
Nomination Com. ; Chairman of Sheffield 
Synod for 6 years, and Birmingham Synod 
7 years. Address : 47 Park Drive, Harro- 
gate. W. 

ALLEN, Rev. William George ; b. May 2, 1865, 

at Whitby, Yorks ; s. of Rev. George Edward 
Allen, g. s. of Rev. Samuel Allen ; m. Mabel J. 
Kirton, of Handsworth, Birmingham ; one d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove and Kingswood 
Schools ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Re 
creations: Golf and chess. Address: 4 Rue 
Roqu6pine, Paris. W. 

ALLEN, Rev. William Klnnear, M.A. (Tor.), 

B.D. (Viet.) ; b. July 28, 1873, at Burlington, 
Ont. ; s. of George and Mary Jane Allen ; 
m. Emily E. Shaver, of Brantford, Canada ; 
one d. Educ. Public School, Burlington ; 
Collegiate Inst., Hamilton; Victoria Univ. 
and Univ. of Toronto; e. m. 1900. Sec. of 
Alberta Meth. Conference, 1910. Recrea 
tions: Long walks and skating. Address: 
Burlington, Ontario, Canada. C. 

ALLEN, William Shepherd ; b. June 22, mi, 

at Manchester ; s. of W. Allen, of Manchester ; 
m. Elizabeth P. Candlish, of Sunderland ; 
nine c. Educ. Wadham Coll., Ox. Farmer. 
M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme for 21 years. 
Local Preacher ; Circuit Steward for many 
years. Publications : Various Pamphlets on 
Methodist topics ; The Teaching of Christ 
respecting Future Punishment. Address: 
Piako, New Zealand, Cheadle, Staffs. W. 

ALLEY, Rev. James Murdock ; b. Feb. 17, 1867. 

at Dublin ; s. of Rev. George Alley ; m, 
Henrietta, d. of the Right Hon. Thomas Shil- 
lington, J.P., of Portadown ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Methodist Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1886. 
Connexional Sec. for C.E., 1897-1903 ; Assist. 
Sec. of Conference since 1901 ; Rep. to Burslem 
Conference, 1900 ; Sec. Sub-Committee of 
Management, 1902-5 ; Sec. of several Con 
nexional Committees ; Member British 
National C.E. Council, 1903-7. Editor of 
Irish Methodist Church Record ; wrote the 
Centenary Volume of The Female Orphan 
School, Dublin. Recreation : Golf . Address: 
20 Mount Charles, Belfast. W. 

AMES, Charles B., B.S., LL.B. ; b. Aug. i, 1870, 

at Macon, Miss. ; s. of Charles B. Ames and 
Sarah J. Longstreet ; m. Elizabeth P. Allen, 
of Macon, Miss. ; five c. Educ. Emory and 
Henry Coll. (B.S.) ; Univ., Miss. (LL.B.). 



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Atty. at Law. Del. to Oecumenical Confer 
ence at Toronto, 1911 ; Member Supreme 
Court Commission. Recreation : Golf. Ad 
dress : Oklahoma City, Okla., U.S.A. M.E. 
Ch. S. 

ANDERSON, George Hartshorne ; b. April 13, 

1862, at London ; s. of Luke and Eliza 
Anderson ; m. Amy Theresa, y. d. of Samuel 
Forrest, of Bristol. Educ. Wes. School, 
Dudley. Engineer. Circuit Steward, S.S. 
Supt., Class-leader, &c. ; Ex-Chairman and 
Member of Kingswood Urban Dist. Council ; 
Member of Keynsham and Warmley Board of 
Guardians. Recreations : Tennis and photo 
graphy. Address: Wychbury, Hanham, 
Bristol. W. 

ANDERSON, Rev. George Wood, A.M., D.D. ; 

b. Dec. 8, 1873, at Belle Centre, Ohio ; s. of 
Calvary B. Anderson. Educ. Dayton Acad., 
Dayton, Ohio, and Ohio WLS. Univ., Delaware, 
Ohio ; e. m. 1899. Has devoted life to study 
of the down-town city problem, and now 
pastor of largest church for Social Service in 
American Methodism ; devotes some time to 
lecturing. Publications : Magazine Articles 
and a regular weekly religious Article appear 
ing in over fifty American papers. Recrea 
tions : Farming, poultry, and fishing. Ad 
dress: 3008 Lucas Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
M.E. Ch. 

\NDERSON, Rev. Henry Ernest ; b. Aug. 12, 

1876, at Penrith, Cumberland; s. of Rev. 
T. D. Anderson, B.A., Wes. Minister; m. 
Emilie Nancy Pauline Bounal, of Marseilles, 
France ; one d. Educ. Headingley Coll. ; 
e.m.lWO. Missionary in S.China. Address: 
Wesleyan Mission, Wuchow, West River, 
South China. W. 

ANDERSON, Rev. Stonewall, A.B., n.n. ; b. 

March 7, 1864, at Helena, Ark., U.S.A. ; *. of 
R. D. and Martha E. Anderson ; m. Mamie 
B. Bagwell, of Goldsboro , N.C., U.S.A.; 
two s. one d. Educ. Hendrix Coll., Conway, 
Ark. ; Meth. Coil. Sec. of Education, M.E. 
Church South. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address: 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tenn. 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch.S. 

ANDERSON, Rev. Theophilus David, B.A. 

(I/md.) ; b. Dec. 6, 1842, at Snaith ; s. of 
Rev. John Anderson ; m. Susan Vaughan, 
d. of William Childs Webb, of Newport, Mon. ; 
four s. three d. Educ. New Kingswood School ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m 1865. Publication: 
Memorials of Rev. J H. Anderson. Address : 
Wesley Manse, Kettering. W. 

ANDERSON, Rev. William Jenkins Webb, M.D. 

(Leeds), M.B., B.Ch. (Viet.), F.L.S. frond.) ; 
b. July 4, 1870, at Barrow ; s. of Rev. T. D. 
Anderson, B.A. ; m. J. Evaline Rawcliffe, of 
Leeds; ones, one d. Educ. Kingswood School 
and Victoria Univ. ; Yorkshire Coll., Leeds, 
and Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Assoc. of 



Yorkshire Coll. ; Gold Medal Prizeman in 
Medicine, in Surgery, Midwifery, &c. Supt. 
of Fatshan Hospital, Wes. Mission ; late Lec 
turer in Materia Medica and in Gynaecology, 
Canton Hospital. Publications : Vesical Cal 
culus (thesis) ; Articles in the Lancet. Ad 
dress : Wesleyan Mission, Canton, China. W. 

ANDREWS, Rev. Henry Edgar; b. NOV. 13, 
1868, at Lincoln, Eng. ; s. of Rev. P. Neville 
Andrews; m. Miss O. A. M. Whiteman, 
Camden, N.S.W. ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove Schools ; 
e. m. 1893, in New South Wales. Publica 
tions: Various Magazine Articles and Short 
Stories. Address: Sydney, N.S.W. A. 

ANQWIN, Rev. Charles ; b. 1847, at St. just, 

Cornwall ; m. Kate, d. of Hon. J. B. Thibou 
and descendant of French Huguenots ; two 
s. one d. Educ. Public school ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1870. Missionary in W. Indies, 
1870-82. Address: North Road, Wingate, 
Co. Durham. W. 

ANTLIFF, Rev. James Cooper, M.A., B.D..D.D. ; 

b. Feb. 1, 1844, at Huddersfield ; s. of Rev. 
William Antliff, D.D. ; m. (1) Fanny Holden, 
of Dalbury Lees, Derby ; (2) Jane Elizabeth 
Gooderham, of Toronto ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Haslingden Wes. day school and Edin. 
Univ. ; e. m. 1862. Left England for Canada 
by appointment of Prim. Meth. Conference, 
1878 ; Prof, in Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal, 
for nine years ; Sec. of first General Conference 
of Meth. Church. Publications: Editor of 
Christian Journal for three years ; written 
Magazine Articles, &c. Recreation : Travel 
ling. Address : 41 St. Mark Street, Montreal, 
Canada. C. 

APPELBE, Rev. Robert Fuller; b. at Queens- 
town, Co. Cork ; one s. one d. Stud. Head 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Missionary in 
Transvaal, 1884-1905. Recreations: Cycling 
and photography. Address : Fairmont, Balne 
Lane, Wakefield. W. 

APPLEBY, Rev. George Henry ; b. Dec. 6, 1850, 

at Hayle, Cornwall ; s. of Rev. William 
Appleby ; m. 1st, 1876, Mary Hodge, d. of 
Rev. Thomas Osborn ; 2nd, 1887, Janie 
Webber, d. of Wm. Bond, Architect, Cam- 
borne ; one s. four d. Educ. New Kingswood 
School; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1871. 
Address : 1 Wesley Place, Pocklington, York. 
W. 

ARGALL, Rev. Frederick Paul ; b. March 12, 

1873, at Truro, Cornwall ; s. of late Frederick 
Argall, photographer to H.R.H. Prince of 
Wales ; m. Florence Langdon, of Truro. 
Educ. Truro Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Recreations : 
Photography, sketching, music, and walking. 
Address : The Manse, Hawkshead St., 
Southport. U. 

ARMISTEAD, Rev. William McLaren ; b. May 

15, 1835, at Manchester ; tn. in India, Sibilla 

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ARM IT AGE 

Reed, d, of Matthew Churchward, of Torquay, 
one of the first agents of the Women s Aux. 
(died 1907) ; two d. Educ. Wes. day school, 
George St., Hulme, and privately ; e. m. 1858. 
Missionary in Mysore, S. India, 1859-64. 
Recreations : Reading and walking. A ddress : 
Ingledene, Kinver, Stour bridge, W. W. 

ARMITAGE, Rev. George ; b. 1856, at South- 
port ; s. of Joseph Armitage ; m. Annie, d. 
of Isaac Kelsall, J.P., Ashton-under-Lyne ; 
one s. Educ. Shaw St. Academy, Liverpool ; 
Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Sec. of Hartley 
Theological Coll. ; Sec. for Mow Cop Cen 
tenary Celebrations, 1907 and 1910 ; Director 
of Prim. Meth. Deader. Address: 139 
Priory Road, Anfield, Liverpool. P. 

ARMITAGE, Rev. George Henry ; b. Oct. 1864, 

at Rothwell, nr. Leeds ; s. of George Armitage ; 
m. Lucy, d. of late Charles Houfton, of Gar- 
forth ; one s. two d. Stud, at Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Recreations : Cycling and 
golf. Address : Wesley House, Newton-le- 
Willows. W. 

ARMSTRONG, George; b. Jan. 9, 1864, at 
Cockermouth ; s. of Joseph and Sarah Arm 
strong ; m. Mary Black, of Workington ; four 
s. two d. Schoolmaster. Local Preacher ; 
S.S. Supt. ; Pres. of Band of Hope. Member 
of Carlisle and Whitehaven Dist. Com. ; has 
been Pres. of Local and County Assoc. of 
National Teachers Union ; took a leading 
part in formation of separate parish and 
Parish Council (under Parish Council Act) for 
Broughton Moor ; Member of Council from 
the formation of the parish ; Sec. of Working 
Men s Inst. and also of Co-operative Soc. 
Address : School House, Broughton Moor, nr. 
Maryport. P. 

ARMSTRONG, Rev. Irving, A.C.F. ; b. Aug. 23, 
1862, at Wolverhampton ; s. of Joseph Arm 
strong, Locomotive Supt. of G.W.R., Swindon ; 
m. Annie, 4th d. of William Aspden, of More- 
cambe; five d. Educ. Tettenhall Coll., 
Staffs; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1888. Re 
creations : Cycling and cricket. A ddress : 
Broomfield, South Farnborough, Hants. W. 

ARMSTRONG, John; b. Aug. 27, 1851, at 
Chester ; s. of Joseph Armstrong, of Swindon ; 
m. Caroline, d. of Capt. Robert James, of 
Newlyn, W. ; one s. three d. Educ. Tetten 
hall Coll. Loco, and Carr. Supt. of London 
Division G.W.R. ; for some tune Member of 
Paddington Vestry and Paddington Council, 
made Alderman in 1892. Class-leader ; many 
years S.S. Supt. and Bible-class Leader. 
Recreations : Tennis and cycling. Address : 
Alfred Villa, Alfred Road, Paddington. W. 

ARMSTRONG, Rev. Joseph Warwick ; b. June 

30, 1867, at Carlisle ; s. of Joseph Armstrong ; 
m. Rosetta, adopted d. of Joseph Thompson ; 
three s. Educ. Christ Church School, Car 
lisle ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Fecrea- 
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tions : Walking and cycling. Address : Home 
lands, 16 Western Elms Avenue, Reading. W. 

ARMSTRONG, Rev. Walter Henry ; b. Sept. u, 

1873, at King s Cross, London, N. Stud. 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Missionary in 
Ceylon, 1900 ; Supt. of Sunderland Mission, 
1910-11. Address : St. John s, Aldersbrook 
Road, Manor Park, E. W. 

ARNETT, Rev. Henry Osbome ; b. April 9, 1874, 

at Calais, France; s. of William A. Arnett; 
m. Marguerite, d. of J. Bizot, of Paris ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Calais Coll. ; Paris and Rich 
mond Colls. ; e. m. 1896. Missionary in 
Dahomey, West Africa, 1899-1907. Publica 
tion : History of Methodism in Jersey, 1909. 
Recreations : Motor-cycling, photography, 
fishing, and music. Address : 32 New Road, 
Driffield, E. Yorks. W. 
ARNFIELD, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Aug. 31, 1865, 
at Mellor, nr. Stockport ; s. of Robert 
Arnfield, Mill Manager, Heywood, Lanes ; m. 
Mary Anne S., d. of Henry Morten, Mineral 
Merchant, Sheffield ; two s. Educ. St. Luke s 
National Schools, Heywood ; Owens Coll. ; 
Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1889. Ad 
dress: Avenue Road, Whittington Moor, 
Chesterfield. P. 

ARUNDEL, William; b. March 1, 1840, at 
Gloucester ; s. of William Arundel ; m. Piety, 
d. of Thomas Holtoun, Stratford-on-Avon ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Birmingham schools. 
Baker and Confectioner. For 17 years Circuit 
Steward, and several years Society Steward 
and Chapel Steward; six times Del. to 
Conference ; Del. to Oecumenical Conference, 
America, 1891 ; Treas. to various Connexion al 
Funds. For 32 years Guardian of Parish of 
Birmingham, 14 years Overseer, Chairman 
1908-10 ; Chairman 1910-12, Cottage Homes, 
Marston Green ; for 24 years Hon. Treas. to 
National Assoc. of Master Bakers and Con 
fectioners of Great Britain and Ireland, and 
Pres. 1907-8 ; Pres. of Birmingham Master 
Bakers Assoc. 1909-10. Address: Jesmond 
Dene, Park Hill, Moseley, Birmingham. P. 

ASH WORTH, Joseph, J.P. ; b. Feb. 27, 1871, 
at Leigh, Lanes ; s. of Henry and Ann Ash- 
worth ; m. Rachael Carr, of Leigh ; two c. 
Educ. Bedford Wes. day school, Leigh. 
Sec. and Manager of Leigh Friendly Collecting 
Soc. Circuit Steward, Local Preacher, S.S. 
Teacher, and Pres. of Debating Class ; Member 
of Leigh Borough Council and Leigh Education 
Com. ; Chairman of Executive and Hon. Sec. 
of Leigh Liberal Assoc. ; Vice-Pres. of Leigh 
Literary Soc. Recreation : Music. Address : 
86 Railway Road, Leigh, Lanes. W. 

ASKEW, Rev. Edwin ; b. March 12, 1834, at 
Higham, Shir land, Derby ; y. s. of Thomas 
and Elizabeth Askew ; m. Ann Frances e. d. 
of Thomas and Frances Burnett, of Hoi- 
beach; one s. six d. e. m. 1858. Sec. of 



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Annual Assembly, 1880-83 ; Pres. in 1884 ; 
Sec. of Probationers Studies, 1885-1909 ; 
1st Sec. of Ivocal Preachers Studies, 1893-7 ; 
Sec. of Preachers Children s Fund, 1904-9 ; 
became Supernumerary in 1902. Joint author 
with Rev. Wm. Boyden of the two editions of 
the Free Methodist Handbook, 1877 and 1887 ; 
Editor of the Free Methodist Manual of 1899. 
Recreation: Chess. Address: 43 Victoria 
Terrace, Macklin St., Derby. 17. 
ASKEW, Oswald James, J.P. ; b. Jan. 10, 1865, 

at Parkgate, Rotherham, York ; s. of Henry 
Askew, Timber Merchant ; m. Kate, d. of 

k Richard Watson, of Durban, Natal, S. Africa ; 
eight f. Educ. Binghams Acad., and 
Edward IV Grammar School, Rotherham. 
Advocate. Has been I^cal Preacher for 25 
years, Class- leader for 12 years, Circuit 
Steward for eight and a half years ; Connex- 
ional I^y Treas. of Miss, and Sustentation 
Funds of the Wes. Meth. Church, S. Africa, 
for seven years; Ex- Pres. of Natal I,.P. 
Assoc. ; ex-officio Member of Wes. Confer 
ence ; Member of various Connexional Corns, 
this year. Address: 320 West Street, 
Durban, Natal. S. A. 

ATK1N, Rev. Frederick William ; b. March 24, 

1864, at Alford, I,incs ; s. of J. S. and Jane 
Atkin; m. Eliza Allen, of Bethnal Green ; one 
s. Educ. National School, Alford ; e, m. 1886. 
Publication : Brief and Bright Talks to Men. 
Recreation: Cricket. Address: 15 Bondicar 
Terrace, Blyth, Northumberland. P. 
ATKINS, Rev. Frederick Richard ; b. July 31, 

1869, at Ebbo Vale ; s. of Richard Atkins, of 
Ebbo Vale; m. Maude Kenrick, of Ootaca- 
mund. Educ. Hillsborough School, Ilfra- 
combe; e. m. 1899. Emigrated to New 
Zealand, 1888 ; after five years in New Zealand 
and Australia sailed to India as a Missionary ; 
entered Wes. Mission, Bombay, 1898 ; started 
a system of Prayer Bands among the troops 
in India. Publications : Tracts on Soul- 
winning. Recreation : Cycling. Address : 
Wesleyan Manse, Jhansi, N.W.P., India. W. 

ATKINSON, Charles J. F., W,.B. CUmd.) ; b. 
Sept. 7, 1868, at Castley Hall, nr. Otley, 
Yorks ; s. of Isaac Atkinson and Eliza, 
d. of Rev. Joshua Fearnside ; m. Jeanie, d. 
of R. S. Dower, of Horsforth ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove School. Solicitor ; 
Registrar Otley County Ct. ; for ten years 
French Vice-Consul for I^eeds and Dist. ; 
Member of last I^eeds School Board, and 
(later) of Education Com.; a Governor of 
Woodhouse Grove School since 1897, and was 
Hon. Sec. for eight years. Publications : 
Concise Handbook of I^ocal Government I^aw, 
and Articles in (late) Speaker. Recreations : 
Tennis and travel, especially mountain- 
walking. Address: Birchgarth, Burley-in- 
Wharfedale, Ieeds. Clubs : Eighty, National 
liberal. W. 



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ATKINSON, Rev. George Francis Stanley, M.A. 

(Cantab.) ; b. June 4, 1878, at Ozendyke 
Grange, Ryther, York; s. of George Briggs 
Atkinson; m. Miss Minnie Bell, of Heswall, 
Birkenhead, formerly of Liverpool (Wesley). 
Educ. Preparatory School, Boston Spa ; 
Woodhouse Grove School, and Cambridge 
Univ. ; e. m. 1900. Took College Greek 
Testament Prize at St. John s Coll., and also 
Theological Prize. Address: 58 Woodstock 
Road, Oxford. W. 

ATKINSON, Rev. Henry John ; b. July 29, 1854 ; 

s. of late J. B. Atkinson, of Grainthorpe Hall, 
I,incs ; m. Mary, d. of late George Gordon 
Stuart, of Kinnis House, Dunfermline ; five c. 
Educ. Gosberton Hall School; . m. 1877. 
Address: 30 Holyhead Road, Coventry. W. 

ATKINSON, Moses ; b. 1848, at I,eeds ; s. of 
Charles Atkinson ; m. Annie, d. of William 
Thomas Miers, of Scarcroft Grange, nr. I^eeds ; 
one s. three d. Educ. I^eeds Grammar School. 
I^ocal Preacher since 1870 ; Pres. of I,.P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc., 1886 ; Treas. of Connexional I<.P. 
Com. since formation in 1895 ; Rep. to Conference 
every year since 1886. Address : Parkhurst, 
Park Road, Harrogate. Club : County liberal, 
I^eeds. W. 

ATKINSON, Rev. T. Gray ; b. Dec. 13, 1876, at 
Goole, in Yorks ; s. of Thomas Atkinson, of 
Goole ; m. Gladys, only d. of Thomas Hester, 
of Bedford. Educ. Alexandra St. Board 
School, Goole ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1900. 
Recreations : Tennis and cycling. Address : 
44 Chalk Hill, Watford, Herts. W. 

ATKINSON, Rev. Thomas Whltfleld ; b. June 3, 

1846, at Dacre, Pateley Bridge Circuit, nr. 
Horrogate, Yorks ; s. of John Atkinson and 
Abigail Bradbury ; ;. 1st, Emily Smith, of 
Otley (three s. one d.) ; 2nd, Drusilla Jillard, 

d. of Dr. John Thompson, Carbonear, New 
foundland. Educ. Darley, British school; 

e. m. 1872, Eastern British American Confer 
ence. Pres. of Newfoundland Meth. Confer 
ence, 1892 ; Chairman of Carbonear Dist. 1892 ; 
Financial Sec. of Carbonear-Bonavista (1895), 
Twillingate (1881), and Burin (1889) Dists. ; 
Rep. to Gen. Conference, I^ondon, Ontario, 
1894; Journal Sec. of Newfoundland Con 
ference, 1891. Address: Twillingate, New 
foundland. C. 

AULT, John Kendal ; b. July 10, 1848, at West 

Bromwich; s. of Thos. Ault (lateof West Brom- 
wich), Moseley, Birmingham; great-nephew 
of Rev. William Ault, one of the first mis 
sionaries to go with Dr. Coke to Ceylon ; nt. 
lizzie Icke, of West Bromwich ; six s. one d. 
Educ. Messrs. Chance s Schools, Spon I^ane. 
Machine I/eather Belt Manufacturer ; Govern 
ment and Railway Contractor. Class-leader, 
Circuit Steward; Sec. to Trustees; S.S. 
Supt. ; Soc. Steward ; Pres. of Adult Bible- 
class, &c. I^ate Member of Board of Guar- 



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dians, Educational Com., &c. Recreations: 
Music, nature-study, swimming, football, 
cricket, &c. Address: 372 High Street, 
West Bromwich. W. 

AUTY, Rev. Richard H. ; b. NOV. 10, 1865, at 
Dewsbury ; s. of Richard Auty, of Dewsbury ; 
tn. Miss L. Johnson, of Leeds ; two c. Educ. 
Batley Grammar School ; Hartley Coll., 
Manchester; e. m. 1888. Suffered imprison 
ment as Passive Resister at Carlisle and 
Durham. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
72 Belle Vue Road, Leeds. P. 

AVERY, Charles Thomas ; b. isei, at Aston 

Manor ; s. of Samuel and Mary Ann Avery ; 
tn. Clara Bytheway, of Aston Manor ; one d. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Aston Park. Estate 
Agent, Birmingham. Circuit Steward; has 
filled various church offices. Sec. of Four 
Oaks Wesleyan Ch. Building Scheme. Ad 



dress: Brantley, Four Oaks, Sutton Cold- 
field. W. 

AYRE, Rev. George J b. Sept. 29, 1870, at Burn-l 
ham, Epworth; . of William Thompsozf 
Ayre; tn. Jane S. Cook, of Newcastle-on-j 
Tyne; two s. one d. Educ. Elmfield Coll.) 
York, and Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. tn. 
1892. Supt. of Prim. Meth. S. African Missions, 
member of Municipal Council. Publication : 
Christian Endeavour Manual. Recreations : 
Photography, tennis , and cycling. Address: 
Christchurch, Aliwal North, S. Africa. P. 

AYRE, Rev. George James, B.A. ; b. Dec. 13, 

1851, at St. John s, Newfoundland; s. of 
Hon. C. R. Ayre ; m. Margaret M. B. 
Burgess, of Wareham, Dorset, became widower 
1905 ; one s. one d. Educ. Queen s Coll., 
Belfast; Owens Coll., Manchester; Graduate 
of London Univ. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
Address : Epworth, Diss, Norfolk. W. 



BABB, Rev. Henry J b. at Morice Town, Devon- 
port ; s. of William Babb ; m. Emma, d. of 
John Leek, of St. John s, Cornwall ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Privately; Didsbury Coll.; 
e. m. 1878. Address: 51 Haddington Road, 
Devonport. W. 

BABIDGE, Rev. William Arthur Henry; b. 

Nov. 5, 1856, at Devonport ; s. of Henry 
Babidge ; m. Annie Catherine, d. of William 
Marshall, of Nottingham ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Stoke Public School; Plymouth Grammar 
School ; e. m. 1882. Served as Vice-Pres. of 
Birmingham and Torquay F.C.C.s and Pres. 
of Torquay and Dist. C.E. Union. Recrea 
tion : Cycling. Address: 16 Nursery Mount, 
Hunslet, Leeds. U. 

BACK, Rev. John Penned ; b. Dec. 7, 1857, at 

Exeter ; m. Lucy, d. of Rev. James Nance ; 
six c. Educ. Mint, and Hele s Schools, 
Exeter ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Min 
ister under South African Conference, 1880- 
1905 ; Sec. of Examination Com. 1898-1902 ; 
Assist. Sec. of that Conference, 1899-1902. 
Address : Wesley Manse, Sleaford. W. 

BACK, William James ; b. i860 ; s. of Stephen 

Back, of Exeter ; m. Alice S., d. of Joseph 
Richmond, of Kensington ; two s. one d. 
Local Preacher, Class-leader, &c. ; several 
times Rep. to Conference ; Hon. Sec. of L-P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. ; Member of various 
Connexional Committees. Address : Twyford 
House, Acton Hill, W. W. 

BACKHOUSE, Rev. William, M.A. (Lond.) ; 
b. July 6, 1852, at East Cottingwith, nr. York. 
Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Financial 
Sec. of Bolton Dist. 1896, 1897, and 1906 ; 
Leeds Dist. 1907-1909. Recreation : CycUng. 



Address: 74 Plymouth Grove, Manchester, 
S.E. W. 

BACON, Rev. Joseph ; b. May 18, 1841, at 
Alhampton, Somerset ; s. of Rev. John Bacon ; 
m. Sarah Derrick, of Bristol ; one s. Educ. 
Privately ; e. m. 1866. Dist. Chapel Sec. in 
several Districts for 14 years ; Financial Sec. 
of Edinburgh and Aberdeen Dist. 1880-81 ; 
Publication : History of Methodism in the 
Heywood Circuit. Address: Wesley Villas, 
Castleford. W. 

BAGNALL, Rev. Arthur W. ; b. Dec. 29, 1872 ; 
s. of David Bagnall, of Wednesbury ; tn. 
Florence, d. of John Horton, Lincoln, e. tn. 
1896. Late Member of Eston School Board ; 
Sec. of South Bank and Shildon F.C.C. ; Vice- 
Pres. of Cleveland and South Durham C.E. 
Union, 1902-3 ; Del. to London Conference, 
1908; Vice-Pres. of Leeds and Dist. C.E. 
Union, 1910. Recreation : Cycling. Address: 
The Lodge, 93 Mere Road, Leicester. P. 

BAGNALL, Rev. Ernest J. T. ; b. 1867, at Wed- 
nesbury ; s. of David Bagnall ; m. Lydia M. 
Knight, of Reigate ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Private school, Wednesbury ; e. m. 1889. 
Sec. of London Prim. Meth. Council ; Mis 
sionary Sec. for London Second Dist. ; Presi 
dent of Sydenham and Forest Hill F.C.C. ; 
British Rep. to Germany on Peace Mission, 
1909 ; Lecturer on visits to Palestine, Egypt, 
and Asia Minor ; twice Del. to Conference ; 
Member of National and London Temperance 
Council. Address: 160 Stanstead Road, 
Forest Hill, S.E. P. 

BAGNALL, Evelyn Edward ; s. of Henry Isaac 
Bagnall. Joint Sec. of the Alliance of 
Honour, a rapidly growing movement amongst 



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men for the extension of Purity ; Member of 
Connexional Social Purity Com. Address : 
Alliance of Honour, Leysian Chambers, 112 
City Road, E.C. W. 

BAILEY, Rev. John ; b. Oct. 10, 1849, at West- 
minster ; s. of Joseph and Mary Bailey ; 
m. Fannie Moffatt, of Knottingley, Yorks ; 
four s. two d. Educ. Plymouth Technical 
School ; Preachers Coll., London ; e. m. 
1873. Known as The Methodist Sankey. 
Publications : The Organ : or, King of 
Instruments ; The Robber among the Thorns ; 
Floral Festival for Spring, &c. Recreation : 
Cycling. Address: Ivy Cottage, High Street, 
Halstead, Essex. P. 

BAILEY, William, J.P.; b. May 14, 1869, at 
Eaton Socon ; s. of James Bailey ; m. Annie, 
d. of William Marshall, of St. Neots ; three s. 
two d. Educ. Wes. school, St. Neots. Farmer 
and Seed-Grower. J.P. for County of Bed 
ford ; Chairman of Eaton Socon Rural Dist. 
Council. Local Preacher and Senr. Steward 
of N. Hunts Mission ; Rep. to Conference, 
1909. Recreation: Public work. Address: 
Huntingdon St., St. Neots. W. 

BAILEY, Rev. William ; b. April 4, 1863, at 

Bredbury (near Stockport) ; s. of William 
Bailey ; m. Marie Ross Stewart, of Blair- 
gowrie, Scotland ; two j. one d. Educ. 
Nantwich Wes. School, Willaston Board 
School; Assist. Master at Tunstall Central 
Schools; U.M. Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1886. 

Recreations : Cycling, walking, and reading. 

Address : Lamorna, Helston. (7. 

BAILEY, Rev. William Routley ; b. nr. Bideford 

Devon ; s. of Marwood Bailey ; m. May, d 
of Richard Roberts, F.R.C.V.S., of Tunbridge 
Wells ; one d. Educ. Collegiate School 
Bideford; Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1903. Keenly interested in the 
Farm Colony movement for dealing with the 
unfortunate. Recreations : Shooting, fishing, 
and gardening. Address : Wesley Manse 
Milborne Port, Sherborne. W. 

BAIN, Albert Wellesley ; b. 1853 .- s. of John 

Marsland Bain, of Holywood, Co. Down ; m 
Miss Taylor, of Mossley, Lanes ; six c. Educ 
Belfast. Founder of the firm A. W. Bain & 
Sons, Insurance Brokers and Experts, Bradford 
and Leeds. Class-leader and Trustee ; Loca 
Treas. of Headingley Coll. ; Foreign Mission 
Treasurer for Leeds Dist. Address : Harlow 
Grange, Harrogate. W. 
BAINBRIDGE, E. Percy ; b. April 24, 1869, a 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s, of Cuthbert Bain 
bridge ; m. Alice M. Holt, of Didsbury ; one 
s. one d. Educ. Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Th 
Leys, Camb. Treas. of St. Luke s House 
1899-1909 ; Treas. of West London Mission 
Rep. to Conference, 1909 ; on Executive o 
National F.C.C., 1910. Recreations : Music 
photography, missions. Address: 100 Fd 
lows Road, Hampstead, N.W. W. 
B 



BAINBRIDGE, Thomas Hudson ; b. July 17, 

1842, at Newcastle-on-Tyne; s. of Emerson 
Muschamp Bainbridge ; m. Kate Benson ; 
eight c. Educ. Edenfield House, Doncaster. 
Warehouseman, &c. Local Preacher, &c. 
Publications : Counsels to Young Christians ; 
Conscience and System in the Stewardship of 
Money. Address : Eshott Hall, Felton, 
Northumberland. W. 

SAINBRIDGE, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 29, 1857, 

at Hyson Green, Nottingham ; s. of William 
Bainbridge ; m. Annie, y. d. of the late Rev. 
John Add y man. Educ. National school, Long 
Eaton ; Ranmoor Coll , Sheffield ; e. m. 1880. 
Sec. of M.N.C. Christian Endeavour Societies 
for 10 years ; Chairman of British Council 
of C.E. 1901; Pres. of British C.E. Union, 
1903; Vice-Pres. of World s C.E. Union; 
Conference Correspondent, Manchester, 1911 ; 
General Sec. of Sheffield Dist. 1909-11. 
Journal Sec. of Ashton Conference, 1906. 
Publications : Various C.E. Pamphlets and 
Lantern Lectures; Magazine Serials and 
Articles. Recreations : Cycling and photo 
graphy. Address : Rockleigh, 110 Park 
Grove, Barnsley. U. 

BAKER, Rev. Herbert John ; b. April 14, 1877, 

in South-west London ; $. of James Baker ; 
m. Katharine Dorothy Bendall, g. d. of 
William Brooks, of Histley, Essex ; two d. 
Educ. London ; Richmond Coll., Surrey ; 
e. m. 1902. Pioneer Missionary in Rhodesia; 
for five years in Matabeleland Gold Mines, and 
Master of Public School, Selukwe ; now open 
ing up work in Mashonaland. Publication: 
Children of Rhodesia. Recreations : Riding, 
shooting, and gardening. Address: Chimanza 
Wesleyan Mission, Marondellaa, Mashona 
land. W. 

BAKER, Rev. John (B), M.A. ; b. July 7, 1856, 
at Bristol ; m. Mary, d. of James Smith, 
of Bristol. Educ. North St. Higher Grade 
School, Bristol ; Durham Univ. ; e. m. 1875. 
Sec. of Trinity Hall, Southport, 1897-1909 ; 
Gen. Sec. of Ministers Children s Fund, 1909. 
Address : Wesley Manse, Hariogate. W. 

BAKER, John Shepherd ; b. Feb. 28, 1838, at 

Liverpool ; s. of Henry Baker, of Land s End, 
Cornwall ; m. Eliza, 3rd d. of the late Mathew 
Botham, of Manchester ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Mechanics Inst., Liverpool. Cattle Salesman. 
Class-leader; S.S. Supt. ; Poor, Society, and 
Circuit Steward ; Member of Dist. Synod. Ad 
dress : Sandy holm, Hey lake, Cheshire. W. 

BAKER, Rev. Richard Rundle ; b. Dec. 7, 

1869, at Clubworthy, nr. Launceston ; s. of 
James Baker, Druckham, Launceston, Corn 
wall ; m. Jessie, e. d. of Chas. Menhinick, of St. 
Mabyn, Cornwall ; one d. Educ. British and 
Board schools, Launceston ; U.M. Coll. and 
Owens Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1892. Member 
of Council of Northern Counties Education 

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League ; Chairman of Rochdale Dist. 1910. 
Recreations: Cycling and walking. Address: 
10 Beechwood St., Sunderland. U. 

BAKER, Thomas Edward ; b. Feb. 4, 1868, at | 

Banbury, Oxon ; s. of William and Mary Ann j 
Baker ; m. Alice Charlotte Robinson, of j 
Clapham; three d. Educ. Banbury Acad. I 
Master- tailor and General Outfitter. Local I 
Preacher for 25 years ; was Supt. of Neithrop j 
Wes. Mission and S.S. for 22 years ; Circuit j 
Steward, Circuit Temperance Sec., Foreign | 
Mission Sec., &c; Class-leader. Recreations:] 
Cycling and gardening. Address: CO Par 
son s Street, Banbury. W. 

BAKER, Rev. Walter Thomas ; b. Aug. 1850, 

at Driffield, Yorks ; s. of Henry P. Baker, of 
Nafferton, Yorks ; m. Anna Mary, d. of Alfred 
Fininley, of Croydon ; five s. Educ. National 
school, and privately ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1876. Missionary in Antigua Dist., W. Indies, 
1876-9. Address: 2 Gransmoor Avenue, 
Ashton Old Road, Manchester. W. 

BAKER, Rev. William John ; b. Dec. 15, 1840, 

at Wateringbury, Kent ; s. of late Barnhatn 
Baker ; m. Sarah, d. of James Hargreaves j 
Wood, of Frizinghall, Yorks ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Privately, and at Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1874. Address: Queen s Avenue, Tunstall, 
Stoke-on-Trent. W. 

BAKETEL, Rev. Oliver S., D.D. ; b. Oct. 18, 
1849, at Greentown, Ohio ; s. of Moses A. 
and Lydia Welch Baketel ; m. 1870, Rosie 
I*. Mack, of Kent, Ohio ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Alliance, Ohio; Mount Union Coll.; e. m. 
1870, in Pittsburgh Conference. Editor of 
Meth. Year-book and of General Minutes. 
Publications : Concordance to the Methodist 
Hymnal, and a booklet on Sunday School 
Architecture. Address: 150 Fifth Avenue, 
New York City. M.E. Ch. 

BALCH, Rev. Alfred Ernest, M.A. (Lond.) 

b. 1864, at Brixton ; s. of Henry Duthoit 
Balch, of Croydon ; m. 1892, Sarah Hawkes, in 
Aylesford, Kent ; one s. two d. Educ. Wof t- 
gift Grammar School, Croydon; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1888. Member of Probationers 
Examination Board; Sub-examiner London 
Univ. Publications: Introduction to Study 
of Christian Ethics; Prayer. Recreation: 
Golf. Address : 1 Elm Villas, St. Catherines, 
Lincoln. W. 

BALCH, Rev. Frederick; b. May 29, 1870, at 

Plymouth ; s. of the late Rev. Samuel Free 
man Balch ; m. Ellen Marion, d. of Gideon 
Denner Wright, of Dorchester ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Private schools ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1896. Recreations : Cycling and golf! 
Address: Montrose, N.B. W. 
BALDWIN, Rev. Arthur, F.R.G.S. ; b. June 21 
1864, at Otley, Yorks ; s. of William Baldwin] 
Surveyor ; m. 1st, Elizabeth Anne Smith ; 
2nd, Harriet, d. of late Aid. J. C. Wright, 



BALLARD 



J.P., of Grimsby; two d. Educ. Otley Coll. 
School; e. m. 1887. Pioneer Missionary in 
N.W. Rhodesia, 1889-1902 ; Contributor to 
Magazines and Newspapers; Manager of 
Prim. Meth. Missionary Lantern Slide Depart 
ment. Address : 73 Morton Terrace, Gains 
borough. P. 

BALL, Rev. Frederic J., B.A. (National Univ., 

Ireland) ; b. Feb. 26, 1885, at Armagh, 
Ireland ; s. of Rev. Henry Ball. Educ. 
Meth. Coll., Belfast ; Queen s Coll., Galway ; 
e.m. 1908. Exhibitioner and Senior Scholar 
(Queen s, Galway) ; Degree Exhibitioner 
(Royal Univ. of Ireland). For several years 
represented Ulster and Connaught in Senior 
Rugby Football Championships. Recrea 
tions : Yachting, swimming, and tennis. 
Address : Mission House, Wilson City, Abaco, 
Bahamas, B.W.I. W. 

BALL, Henry, Ph.C. ; b. Jan. 11, 1857, at South- 
port ; s. of Henry Ball, Yeoman, Southport ; 
m. 1888, Mary Jane, d. of Abraham Law, 
Brocco Bank, Sheffield. Educ. North-Meols 
Boys School, and privately. Pharmaceuti 
cal Chemist and X-Rays Specialist. Has 
been Circuit Steward ; is Class-leader, Local 
Preacher, and Trustee of many chapels ; Pres. 
of Southport and Dist. F.C.C. 1908-9, and 
part of 1909-10; Pres. of S.W. Lancashire 
Federation of Free Churches, 1910-11 ; Hon. 
Radiographer to Southport Infirmary 1901 ; 
for many years Hon. Lecturer on Botany to 
Southport Society Natural Science, of which 
he is one of the founders. Publications : The 
Botany of the Southport District, with List of 
the Flora ; Contributor of Scientific Articles to 
Magazines. Recreations : Field botany, photo 
graphy, and photomicrography. Addresses : 
Springfield, 2 Mornington Road, Southport ; 
251 Lord St., Southport. W. 

BALL, Rev. William ; b. Feb. 13, 1851, at St. 

Ervan, Cornwall. Educ. Mawgan National 
school and privately ; e. m. 1878. Address : 
Gwendrock House, Wadebridge, Cornwall. W. 

BALLARD, Adolphus, B.A., LL.B. (Loud.), 

Hon. M.A. (Oxon.) ; b. Feb. 27, 1867 ; s. of 
Adolphus Ballard, J.P., of Chichester ; m. 
Mary Elizabeth Henman, of Islip, Oxon ; 
one s. one d. Educ. The Leys School, Camb. 
Solicitor ; Town Clerk of Woodstock ; Clerk 
to Guardians of Oxford Incorporation ; Regis 
trar of County Court, Woodstock ; Local 
Preacher. Publications: Histories of Wood 
stock and Chichester ; Domesday Boroughs ; 
Domesday Inquest. Addresses : Cromwell s 
House, Woodstock ; 5 Magdalen St., Oxford. 
W. 

BALLARD, Rev. Frank, D.D., M.A., B.SC. 
(Lond.), F.R.M.S. ; m. Emilie, d. of Rev. J. S. 
Workman ; three s. three d. Educ. Aylesbury ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1873. Prizeman in 
both First and Further Scriptural Exams, at 
London Univ.; Honours in Physiology at 



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B.A. Exam. ; and Organic Chemistry at B.Sc. 
lecturer for many years in Science and Apolo 
getics; Special Christian Evidence Missioner 
by Conference Appointment since 1907. 
Publications : The Miracles of Unbelief ; 
Clarion Fallacies; Which Bible to Read; 
Haeckel s Monism False ; Theomonism True; 
The True God ; New Theology ; Christian 
Essentials ; Guilty ; Does it Matter what a 
Man Believes ? ; The People s Religious Diffi 
culties ; Eddyism, mis-called Christian Science ; 
Determinism True and False ; Why does 
not God Intervene ? Address : I^angbar, 
Harrogate. W. 
BALMER, Joseph Edward, F.R.G.S. ; b. Aug. i, 

1856, at Kilmarnock ; s. of Rev. J. S. Balmer, 
of Blackpool ; m. Annie Clegg, of Manchester. 
Educ. Castleford and Rotherham, Yorks. 
Clerk to Overseers. Barrister-at-I^aw, Inner 
Temple. Been Circuit Steward, Trustee, I^ocal 
Preacher, S.S. Supt. ; on I^ondon Council of 
S.S. Union many years ; Pres. of Manchester 
S.S. Union ; a Director of the Manchester 
Athenaeum; Rep. U.M.F.C. at the Oecu 
menical Conferences at Washington, 1891, 
and at City R ad, Condon, 1901. Address: 
Hyde I^odge, Eccles, I^ancashire. U. 

BALMER, Rev. W. Conrad, s. of Rev. 
J. S. Balmer; m. Hilda Worrall, of 
Streatham, S.W. Educ. Private school, Black 
pool; Victoria Park Coll., Manchester; e.m. 
1886. Address: The Nook, Bridlington. U. 

BANKS, Edward Richard ; b. 1855, at Birming 
ham. Many years in Export Merchants 
office. Society Steward and Trustee ; ex- 
S.S.Supt. Address: 18 Hatfield Road.Hands- 
worth, Birmingham. W. 

BANKS, Rev. James Dinsdaie ; b. July 7, 1858, 

at Hitch in, Herts; s. of James Banks 
and Jane Dinsdaie, of Wensleydale; m. 
Rose, d. of John Strong, of Carhampton, 
Somerset ; one s. one d. Educ. St. John s 
Coll. Model School, York ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1883. Recreations : Cycling and swim 
ming. Address: Ry ton, Co. Durham. W. 

BANKS, Rev. John Shaw, D.D. (Edin.) ; b. 
Oct. 8, 1835, at Sheffield ; m. Charity A. Hill, 
of Plymouth ; two s. two d. ; e. m. 1856. 
Theological Tutor, Headingley, 1880-1910 ; 
elected to I^gal Hundred, 1881 ; Pres. of 
Conference, 1902-3 ; Chairman of I,eeds Dist. 
1888-1910 ; Missionary in Mysore, S. India, 
1856-65 ; Supernumerary, 1910. Publications : 
Manual of Christian Doctrine; Science of 
Religion (Fernley lecture) ; Development of 
Christian Doctrine ; Scripture and its Wit 
nesses ; Translations from German Dorner, 
Delitzsch, Monrad, Philippi, Orelli, Goebel. 
Address: 3 Richmond Road, I,eeds. W. 

BANKS, Rev. Thomas Hardy, B.A. ; b. 1857 ; s. 

of Edward Banks, of Falmouth ; m. Margaret, 
2nd d. of Francis Truscott, B.A. ; one s. six d. 
Educ. Falmouth Grammar School; Heading- 



ley Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Assist. Tutor at Head 
ingley Coll., 1885-7 ; Chairman of Cardiff and 
Swansea Dist., 1908-11 ; elected to I,egal 
Hundred, 1911. Address: 105 Pembury 
Road, Tottenham, N. W. 

BARBER, Edward Gethyn ; b. March 27, 1859, 
at Wynburg, South Africa ; s. of Rev. William 
Barber; m. Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of Dr. 
Kingston, of I,iskeard. Educ. Kingswood 
School. Merchant and Commission Agent. 
Member of Urban Dist. Council; Commis 
sioner of L,and Taxes ; Chairman of late 
Hendon School Board and of Hendon liberal 
Assoc. ; I,ocal Preacher, S.S. Supt., Class- 
leader. Sec. of Trustees Meeting; Member 
of Foreign Mission Com. ; Sec. of Second 
I^ondon Synod Class-leaders Com. Recrea 
tion : Travel. Addresses: Trethevy, Hen 
don, N.W. ; 13 Basinghall St., E.C. W. 

BARBER, Rev. William ; b. Nov. 29, 1830, at 

Midsomer Norton ; s. of Rev. Aquila Barber ; 
m. Feb. 18, 1857, in Madras, Anne, d. of Rev. 
Richard Jackson ; three s. Educ. Kingswood, 
1839-44 ; Carmarthen Grammar School, 
1845-6; Tutor from 1846-52; e. m. 1852, 
Central School, Jaffna, N. Ceylon, 1852-8; 
S. Africa, English Charge, Wynberg, 1859-62 ; 
Dutch work at Swellendam and Stellenbosch; 
1863-70; Home Circuits, 1871-92; Super 
numerary since 1892. Sent by doctor s orders 
from Ceylon to South Africa. Publications: 
Reminiscences of Mission Work in Ceylon, pub 
lished in S. African Methodist ; sundry Articles 
in Wes. Meth. Magazine and I,ondon Quarterly. 
Address: The L,eys, Cambridge. W. 

BARBER, William Henry, B.A. (i,ond.) ; b. 

May 21, 1859, at Plumstead, Kent; s. of H. 
Johns Barber ; m. Edith Jefferson, d. of E. 
Craft Siggery ; one s. one d. Educ. Privately, 
and at Birkbeck Inst. Head Master of I^eeds 
Modern School. Iocal Preacher since 1878 : 
has been Circuit Steward ; thrice Rep. to Con 
ference. Address: 26 Boiling Road, Ben 
Rhydding, via I^eeds. W. 

BARBER, Rev. William Theodore Aquila, B.A. 

(Ix>nd.), D.D. (Dublin), M.A. (Cantab.) ; b. 
Jan. 4, 1858, at Jaffna, Ceylon ; s. of Rev. 
William Barber ; m. 1st, Alice, d. of John 
Dingley, of I^aunceston ; 2nd, Emma, d. of 
John Clapham, of Prestwich. Educ. Stellen 
bosch Gymnasium, Cape Colony ; New Kings- 
wood School ; CaiusColl., Camb. ; e. m. 1882. 
First Principal of Wuchang High School 
Central China; Foreign Missionary Sec. 1896-8 
Head Master of The I<eys School since 1898 
Elected to I^egal Hundred, 1902. Publications . 
David Hill, Missionary and Saint ; Raymond 
I^ull, the Illuminated Doctor; Chapter on 
British Foreign Missions (in New History of 
Methodism). Recreations: Golf and cycling. 
Address: The I,eys, Cambridge. W. 
BARCLAY, Sir Thomas, Kt. (cr. 1908) ; b. 1839, 
at Sunderland ; s. of James Barclay, of Felling ; 

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THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 



BARLOW 



m. 1st, Mary Anne, 2nd d. of Robert Jaques, 
Surgeon, Osmotherley, Yorks : 2nd, Mary D., 

d. of Ed. Pethybridge, J.P., Banker, Launces- 
ton. Magistrate for Warwickshire, Worcester 
shire, and City of Birmingham. For over 
20 years one of the Treasurers of Birmingham 
Central Mission ; Class-leader ; Sec. and Treas. 
of the Connexional Class-leaders Com. Pub 
lications : The Class-leader at Work, &c. ; 
Editor of Class-leaders Weekly Column in 
Methodist Times 1901-8. Addresses: The 
Uplands, Blackwell, Bromsgrove ; Tresyllcarn, 
Port Isaac, Cornwall. W. 

BARKBY, Rev. Joseph Thomas; b. Dec. 31, 
1861, at Coventry; s. of Joseph Barkby, 
Mining Engineer, Sheffield; nt. Maggie A., 

e. d. of Sir W. P. Hartley, J.P., South- 
port ; three s. one d. Educ. Burngreave 
Academy, Sheffield; e. m. 1884. Sec. of 
Liverpool Dist. Missionary Com., Harrogate 
Orphanage Trustees, and Orphanage Gifts and 
Settlements Trustees. Publications: The 
Christian Minister of the Twentieth Century ; 
a contributor to The Primitive Methodist 
Leader. Recreations : Golf and walking. 
Address : Holmdale, Lathom Road, Southport. 
P. 

BARKER, Rev. B. Charles; b. Aug. u, 

1855, at Wirksworth, Derbyshire; s. of 
Benjamin Barker ; m. Clara Cowles, of 
Beccles ; two s. one d. Educ. at elementary 
school ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Re 
creations : Cycling and cricket. Address: 9 
Stanley St., Blyth, Northumberland. W. 

BARKER, Ellis J b. July, 1862, at Colne ; s. of 
George Barker, of Colne; m. Sarah Watson, 
of Winewall, nr. Colne; two d. Pres. of 
Connexion; Sec. of Conference for seven years. 
Address: 17 George St., Colne, Lanes. /. 

BARKER, Rev. James; b. May u, 1837, at 

Sheffield ; s. of James and Sarah Barker, of 
Sheffield ; m. 1864, Hephzibah, e. d. of Stephen 
and Mary Sophia Gibson, of Northwich ; one 
s. two d. Educ. Lancasterian, and other 
schools ; Tudor Place Young Men s Christian 
and Educational Inst., Sheffield, with occa 
sional classes at the Athenaeum ; e. m. 1860. 
In 1864, after exciting experiences in a 
railway carriage ablaze, first suggested the 
provision of a cord as a means of communica 
tion between guard and driver. Has con 
ducted special classes for young men, several 
of whom have entered the ministry. Re 
creations : Walking tours, fishing, archaeo 
logy, numismatics. Address: Marton Sands, 
Whitegate, Winsford, Cheshire. U. 
BARKER, John, J.p. ; b. Aug. 14, 1847, at 
Rodington ; s. of Richard Barker ; ,. 1st, 
Mary Ann, w. of George Preston, of Birming 
ham ; 2nd, Martha Drusilla, d. of Thomas 
Rogers, of Shrewsbury ; two s. Educ. Private 
school, Shrewsbury ; Didsbury Coll. Timber 
Merchant. Local Preacher; Class-leader. 



Address : Old Grammar School House, Shrews 
bury. W. 

BARKER, John Lees; b. March 5, 1843, at 
I^incoln ; s. of Thomas Barker, of Stockport ; 
m. 1,111*6, 2nd d. of William Mewburn, of 
Wykham Park, Banbury ; five s. three d. 
Educ. at Stockport Grammar School. Stock 
broker. Connexional Treas. of Worn-out 
Ministers Fund. Recreations : Golf and 
motoring. Address: Bowdon, Cheshire. W. 

BARKER, Rev. Samuel ; b. Oct. 30, 1850, at 

Mosbro, Sheffield ; s. of Charles and Sarah 
Barker, Chesterfield ; m. Sarah Hardy, of 
Newbold ; one s. Educ. Public schools ; e. m. 
1874. Address: Banister Villa, Staveley, 
Chesterfield. P. 

BARKER, Rev. William ; b. Jan. 13, 1856, at 

Pickering, Yorks; s. of Thomas Barker, 
Whitby, Yorks ; m. d. of Rev. J. Boulton ; 
one s. two d. Educ. The Mount School, 
Whitby; Sunderland Coll.; e. m. 1878. 
For 22 years Chief of Staff of Primitive 
Methodist World; ex-Missionary Sec. of 
Manchester Dist. ; Sec. of Prim. Meth. Cen 
tenary Conference, 1910 ; Del. to Oecu 
menical Conference at Toronto, 1911. Publi 
cations : The Eschatological Teachings of 
Dante; The Women Preachers of Early 
Methodism; Life of Henry Beales The 
Children s Friend, &c. Recreations : Walking, 
fishing, boating. Address: 9 Addison Road, 
Preston, Lancashire. P. 

BARLEY, Rev. Bunten Archibald Hurd; b. 

May 4, 1878, at Negapatam, S. India ; s. of 
late Rev. AlexanderFrederick Barley, formerly 
of India ; g. s. of late Rev. Henry Hurd, who 
was for 40 years a missionary in the W. Indies ; 
m. Laura Annie, d. of George Eden, of Darling 
ton ; two d. Educ. Kingswood School, The 
Yorkshire Coll., and Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 
1899. Contributor to Magazines. Recrea 
tions: Wesleyana collecting, &c., photography, 
motor-cycling. Address : Handsworth House, 
Barton-on-Hutnber. W. 

BARLEY, Rev. Henry Alexander Hurd; b. 

Sept. 13, 1873, at Negapatam, S. India ; s. of 
Rev. Alexander Frederick Barley ; m. Lilian, 
d. of Rev. W. S. Dews toe ; three d. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1896. Seven years Missionary in Bengal, 
India. Recreations : Tennis, cricket, and 
photography. Address: 16 Sudder St., Cal 
cutta, India. W. 

BARLOW, Alice, M.A. (T.C.D.) ; b. 1861, at 
Edgworth ; d. of James Barlow. Educ. 
Girton Coll., Camb. Member of Bolton 
Education Com. ; Sec. of B.O. Assoc. ; 
Class-leader; Rep. to Conference, 1911. 
Address : Green thorne, Edgworth, nr. Bolton. 

BARLOW, John Robert, J.P.; b. 1852, at 
Bolton ; s. of James Barlow. Cotton Spinner. 



BARNER 



THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 BARRACLOUGH 



Chairman of Barlow & Jones, Ltd., Bolton and 
Manchester ; J.P. for Lanes. Gen. Treas. of 
National Children s Home and Orphanage. 
Address: Greenthorn, Edgworth, nr. Bolton. 
W. 

BARNER, Rev. Arthur; b. May 6, 1868, at 
York, Eng. ; s. of Thomas Bolton and Mary 
Ann Earner; m. Annie Gertrude, e. d. of 
Chris and Margaret Royston, of Regina, Sask ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Winnipeg, Manitoba ; 
Wesley Coll.; e. m. 1895. Sec. of Alberta 
Conference, 1905 ; appointed Principal Indian 
Industrial Inst., Red Deer, 1907; Pres. of 
Alberta Conference, 1911. Address: Red 
Deer, Alberta, Canada. C. 

BARNES, George Planta ; &. 1845, in Ireland ; s. 

of Stephen Barnes, of Cornwall ; m. Margaret 
Vance, of Cork ; three d. Educ. Private 
schools. In the Paper Trade. Has filled 
most offices open to laymen and also been 
Rep. to Conference. Recreation: Inventions, 
some of which are patented at home and 
abroad, and are in practical work. Address : 
Gla-sheen, Kenley, Surrey. W. 
BARNES, Rev. Thomas D. ; b. at Queenstown, 
Cape Colony ; s. of George Barnes. Educ. 
Lesseyton Coll., Cape Colony; Queen s Coll., 
Taunton ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1882. 
Military Chap, first seven years of ministry ; 
serving in Malta 1882-4 ; with troops 
from 1884-7 in the General Gordon Relief 
Expedition, and afterwards in the Sudan ; 
two years with the London garrison. Ad~ 
dress : 30 Wellesley Road, Colchester. W. 

BARNES, Rev. William ; b. 1851, nr. Wellington, 

Salop ; s. of William and Sarah Barnes ; m. 
Maria Morris, of Redlake, Wellington, Salop ; 
five c. Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1876. Con- 
nexional Sec. of U.M.F.C. 1906-7, and Pres. 
1907-8 ; signed Act of Union with the late 
M.N.C. and B.C. at Uniting Conference at 
City Road Chapel, Condon, Sept. 1907. 
Address : Belmont, 135 Park Grove, Barnsley, 
U. 

BARNS, Rev. John ; b. Sept. 29, 1861, at 

Springfield, Buckfastleigh, Devon; s. of 
Charles Barns, Paper Manufacturer; m. 
Alice Mary Harvey, of Laneast Barton, 
Launceston ; two s. one d. Educ. Totnes 
Grammar School ; Richmond Col. ; e. m. 
1887. Recreations : Fishing and camping 
out on Dartmoor. Address : I Queen s 
Crescent, Exeter. W. 

BARNSLEY, Lt.-Col. John, J.P. ; b. Nov. 17, 
1858, at Birmingham ; s. of Thomas Barnsley, 
J.P. ; m. Ellen Rutherford, d. of Robert Davis, 
J.P., of Earlsfield, Wandsworth Common ; four 
s. one d. Educ. King Edward s School, 
Birmingham. Builder and Contractor. Lt.- 
Col. of 5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire 
Regt. (V.D.) ; J.P. for Warwickshire and City 
of Birmingham. Local Preacher ; Supt. of 



Adult Bible-class of 1,000 members ; Diat. 
Treas. of Children s Fund ; Connexional Treas. 
of Education Fund. Address : Westfield, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. W. 

BARNSLEY, Rev. Walter ; b. March 6, 1873, at 

Park Gate, Rotherham ; s. of Rev. Isaac Rains 
Barnsley ; m. Carrie Potts, of Burton-on- 
Trent ; one c. Educ. Board schools ; e. m. 
1896. Pres. of Hants Federation of Free 
Churches, 1906 ; ten times imprisoned as 
Passive Resister in Winchester Gaol. Re 
creations : Organ-playing, psychic research, 
&c. Address: Grasmere, 12 Vicarage Road, 
Qeyton, N.E. P. 

BARON, Rev. Thomas, F.S.Sc. ; b. April 26, 
1847, at Silsden, West Riding of Yorks : s. 
of George Baron ; m. Maria Goldsbrough, of 
Wilsden, Bingley ; one d. Educ. at Elmfield 
Coll., York ; entered the Prim. Meth. 
Ministry, 1868 ; entered the Wesleyan 
Ministry, 1875 ; Superannuated, 1911. Con 
tributor to Homilist and other Homi- 
letical Magazines. Recreation : Walking. 
Address: 21 Marshall Street, Barnard 
Castle. W. 

BARR, Rev. David William ; b. 1859, at Birm 
ingham ; s. of David and Amelia Green 
Barr ; m. Emma Moore, 2nd d. of John 
Moore, of London ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Aston Park Coll. School and privately ; Dids- 
bury Coll.; e. m. 1881. Address: The 
Shrubbery, Rectory Place, Woolwich, S.E. W. 

BARRACLOUGH, Rev. Alfred ; b. Feb. 26, 1866, 

at Leeds ; s. of John Barraclough ; m. Elsie 
Walker, of Leeds (Woodhouse) ; four s. Educ. 
Leeds ; Bath Coll. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1892. Publication : The Owner of Geth- 
semane. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
Camborne, Cornwall. W. 

BARRACLOUGH, Rev. Henry; b. March 21, 
1857 ; s. of John Barraclough, of Leeds, and 
Elizabeth Snow, of Harewood ; m. 1st, Caro 
line Snow, of Filey, Yorks ; 2nd, Grace Anne 
Read, of Whitechurch, Salop ; two d. Educ. 
Privately ; London Univ. ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1879. Contributor to Magazines. Ad 
dress: South Petherton, Somerset. W. 

BARRACLOUGH, Herbert ; b. Feb. 23, 1862, at 

Leeds ; s. of late Z. Barraclough ; m. Lilian 
Flower dew, d. of Rev. Z. Robinson ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Leeds Modern School. Jeweller. 
S.S. Supt. ; has held many church offices ; Ex- 
Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1900 ; 
Member of Wesley Guild Council. Address: 
6 St. Mary s Road, Newton Park, Leeds. 
W. 

BARRACLOUGH, Rev William Henry, B.A.; 

b. Aug. 30, 1865, at Ingersoll, Ont. ; s. of 
Thomas H. and Hannah Crosby Barraclough ; 
m. Edith D., d. of Rev. R. B. Rowe, of Hamil 
ton, Ont. ; two s. Educ. Ingersoll Collegiate 

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BARRATT 

and Victoria Univ., Toronto; e. m. 1885. 
Missionary to British Columbia Indians, 1895- 
8; Pastor in Dawson City, Yukon (The 
Klondike), 1902-5. Sec. of Conference, 1900 ; 
Pres. of British Columbia Conference, 1901- 
2 ; Chairman of Victoria Dist. 1900-2, of 
Yukon Dist. 1902-4, of Westminster Dist. 
1907-9; Member of General Conference, 
Montreal, 1906; Director of Columbian 
Meth. Coll., 1897-1909; Pres. and First 
Editor of Western Meth. Recorder; Pres. of 
British Columbia C.E. Union, 1907-9 ; Publi 
cations : Sermons to the Shut-ins ; A Royal 
Friendship. Recreations: Photography and 
lantern lectures. Address : 224 Brock St. N., 
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. C. 
BARRATT, Ernest Osborn, M.A., late Scholar of 

Emmanuel Coll., Camb. ; b. July 17, 1863, 
at Chateaubelair, St. Vincent, W. Indies; 
s. of Rev. John Cook and Elizabeth Barratt ; 
m. Sheila, d. of Jonathan L. and Eliza Harriet 
Pither, Henley-on-Thames ; two c. Educ. 
Germany, Kingswood School, Camb., and 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1889. Schoolmaster, 
1885-8 and 1896-7; since 1899 in Mission 
work ; Assist. Tutor, Richmond, 1890-1 ; 
visited W. Indies in search of health, 1891 ; 
joined South African Conference, 1898 ; Sec. 
Native Probationers Examinations, 1905-11. 
Recreations: Botany and philology. Ad 
dress: Tsoino, Transkei, S. Africa. S.A. 

BARRATT, Rev. Thomas Hugh, B.A. (i,ond.) ; 

b. March 29, 1870, at St. Austell ; s. of Rev. 
Robt. C. Barratt; m. Miss Edith J. Chester, 
of I^oughborough ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 
1894. Governor of Institution House and 
Tutor in Pastoral Theology and Church Or 
ganization, Richmond Coll. ; Master at Wood- 
house Grove, 1890-93 ; Sub-Tutor, Hands- 
worth, 1893-4 ; founded the Church at Nor- 
bury, S.W. Recreations: Golf, cycling, &c. 
A ddress : Richmond College, Surrey. W. 

BARRATT, Rev. William Osborn ; b. Sept. 6, 

1861, at Calliaqua, St. Vincent, W. Indies ; 
s. of Rev. J. C. Barratt; gs. of Rev. G. 
Osborn, D.D. ; m. Margaret M., d. of Dr. 
Wolverson, of Wolverhampton ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Germany ; Manor House School, Clap- 
ham ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Theo 
logical Inst., Canstatt, Germany, 1890-97. 
Missionary in Transvaal, 1903-7. Recrea 
tions : Entomology, fishing, and stamps. 
Address: 73 Corporation St. West, Walsall. 
W. 

BARRETT, Arthur, J.P. ; s. of Joseph Barrett ; 
m. Mary L,eigh, of Rochdale. Educ. Wes. 
School. Company Director. Councillor and 
Mayor of Heywood ; Pres. of Heywood 
Musical Soc., Floral Soc., Golf Club, United 
Football Club, Dist. Sick Nursing Assoc., 
and of Hooley Bridge liberal Club, &c. ; 
Chairman of Queen s Park and Recreation 

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Grounds Com. Circuit Steward, S.S. Supt., 
&c. ; Rep. to Conference, 1909. Address: 
Ivy Dene, Rochdale Road, Heywood. W. 

BARRETT, Rev. Ernest ; b. 1872, at Rochdale; 

s. of James Barrett; m. Bessie, 2nd d. of 
Robert Vickers ; one d. Educ. Hartley Coll., 
Manchester; e. m. 1899. Address: Zion 
House, Joseph St., Hunslet, I,eeds. P. 
BARRETT, Howard, M.D. ; b. Dec. 15, 1842, 
at I^eeds; s. of Rev. Alfred Barrett and 
Elizabeth Howard, of Bedford ; m. Miss 
Edgelow, of Teignmouth, 1868 ; two s. three 
d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; I,eeds 
Grammar School. Medical Officer to Star 
Assurance Soc. since 1888 ; Founder in 
1893 of St. juke s House (Home for the 
Dying Poor) ; Medical Director and Society 
Steward, West I/mdon Mission, from its 
origin. Publications : Management of Chil 
dren in Health and Disease, and Magazine and 
Review Articles. Recreation : Mountaineer 
ing. Addresses : 69 Queensborough Terrace, 
Hyde Park, W. ; Iver Heath, Bucks. Club : 
Alpine. W. 

BARRETT, Rev. Wilson ; b. July i, 1841, at 
Clitheroe ; s. of John and Ann Barrett ; m. 
1868, Christian Rushton, of Clayton-le-moors ; 
four s. three d. Began work at eight years 
of age in cotton mill (spinning department), 
and attended day school as a half-timer until 
13, and night school until 20; e. m. 1861. 
Contributor of Articles to Connexional 
Magazines and Quarterly Review. Recrea 
tions : Pastoral visitation, chess, and light 
reading. A ddress : Fleetwood Road, Thorn - 
ton-le-Fylde. P. 

BARRON, Rev. Sydney A. ; b. July 16, 1863, at 
Hertford ; s. of Rev. Reuben Barren, P.M. 
Minister, and Martha Mitchell, of Sheppey, 
Kent ; m. Annie A. Harvey, of Leicester ; 
three d. Educ. Private schools ; e. m. 1884. 
Address: Bourne Villa, Victoria Road, S win- 
don. P. 

BARROW-CLOUGH, Rev. John A., B.A., B.D. 

(Dublin) ; b. June 11, 1841, at Appleby, West 
morland ; s. of Rev. Jonathan Barrowclough, 
W.M. minister, 1825-85 ; m. Jane I^loyd, 
d. of Owen Owen, of Trenache, Neath ; one 
s. three d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove and 
St. Bees Grammar School ; e. m. 1864. 
Address : 39 Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon, 
S.W. W. 

BARTLEY, Rev. John ; b. Jan. 27, 1857, at St. 
Agnes, Scorrier, Cornwall ; s. of Thomas Bart- 
ley and Prudence Tallack ; m. Eva Drew, of 
Okehampton, Devon. Educ. St. Agnes Wes. 
school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Ad 
dress : Wesley Manse, Redcar. W. 

BARTLEY, Samuel Roger ; b. Wandudno ; o. s. 
of Samuel and Jane Bartley ; m. Annie, 
o. d. of William Morrish, of Swansea ; one s. 
one d. Educ. I^landudno Grammar School and 



HARTLEY 



THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 BAXENDALE 



Taunton Coll. Has been Circuit Steward ; 
Dist. Treas. of Welsh Candidates Training 
Fund ; Guardian of Conway Union since 1904. 
Recreation: Reading. Address : Creigfryn, 
Llandudno. W. 

BARTLEY, Rev. T. E. ; 6. May 16, 1860, at 
Moy, Co. Tyrone, Ireland; s. of Thomas 
Hartley, of Mullabuoy, Moy ; m. Josephine 
McBrien, of Whitby, Ontario, Canada ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Magill Univ. ; Wes. Theol. Coll. ; 
Montreal Coll., Ont., Canada; e. m. 1882. 
Pres. of Toronto Conference, 1908 ; Member 
of past three Gen. Conferences ; has been 
Chairman of Collingwood, Barrie, Orangeville, 
and Toronto Centre Dists. ; Field Sec. for 
Toronto Meth. Social Union. Address: 464 
Gladstone Avenue, Toronto, Ont,, Canada. C. 

BARTON, Rev. Charles James ; b. Sept. 4, 1839, 

at Manchester; s. of Edward and Eliza 
Dickinson Barton ; m. Louisa Hannah Gray, 
of Ely, Cambs ; three s. two d. Educ. 
Private school, and School of Design, Man 
chester ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1863. Army 
Minister, and Acting Chaplain at Royal 
Victoria Hospital, Netley, 1881-1907. Minis 
tered to sick and wounded soldiers during the 
various campaigns from the outbreak in 
Egypt in 1882 right on to the recent Boer 
War. Recreation : Painting in water-colours. 
Address: Oakdene, St. Augustine s Avenue, 
S. Croydon. W. 

BARTON, Rev. William ; b. Sept. l, 1867, at 
Great Bridge ; s. of William Barton ; m. 
Martha E., d. of John Everingham, of Pock- 
lington ; one s. Educ. Wes. day school ; 
Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1895. Con 
tributor to Newspapers and Magazines. Ad 
dress : Clowes Villa, Hetton, Co. Durham. P. 

BASKERVILLE, Rev. Arthur Derham ; b. 

July 19, 1867, at London. Educ. Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1894. W. 

BATEMAN, Rev. John; b. Dec. 21, 1849, at 
Warton, nr. Lancaster ; s. of George R. Bate- 
man ; m. Sarah Eve, of London ; three s. 
Educ. Warton Grammar School ; Headingley 
Coll.; e. tn. 1876. Address: London Road, 
Biggleswade. W. 

BATES, Rev. Frederick Wellington, B.A., M.SC. ; 

b. Aug. 7, 1878, at Easton s Corners, Ont. ; 
s. of Peter and Sarah Jane Bates ; m. Ida L. 
Nudell, of Aultsville, Ont. ; one s. Educ. 
McGill Univ. ; Wes. Theol. Coll. ; e. m. 1899. 
Lecturer in Physics, Macdonald Coll.; Sec. 
of McGill Univ. Y.M.C.A., 1907. Publications : 
Variations hi Conductivity of Sulphur ; 
Effect of Sunlight on Conductivity of Sulphur. 
Address : Macdonald College, P.O., Province 
of Quebec. C. 

BATESON, Rev. Joseph Harger, F.R.G.S. ; b. 

March 5, 1865, at Kendal ; s. of Thomas Bate- 
son, J.P. ; m. Rose, d. of Alfred Edmeades, of 
Winchester; one d. Educ. Friends School, 



Kendal ; Wes. Coll., Taunton ; Richmond Coll.; 
e. m. 1886. Wes. Chap, to Upper Burma 
Field Force 1886-8, received medal and two 
clasps ; Gen. Sec. of Royal Army Temperance 
Assoc. in India, 1889-1909 ; was appointed 
Sec. of Wes. Army and Navy Board, 1909 ; a 
Member of War Office Advisory Com. on 
Morals. Writes on all subjects connected with 
Buddhism. Recreations : Mountain-climbing, 
shooting, and fishing. Address: 89 Linden 
Gardens, Bayswater, W. W. 

BATEY, Rev. James Robert ; b. May 27, 1878, 

at Lintz Green, nr. Newcastle-on-Tyne ; *. 
of James and Elizabeth Batey (d.), of 
Gateshead; m. Georgiana Mary, d. of Rev. 
Henry Smith, Wes. Minister; one s. one d. 
Educ. Gateshead Higher Grade School ; 
Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1900. Sec. of City 
of Hull Hospital Sunday Fund. Recreations : 
Music (frequently singing in public), tennis, and 
golf. Address : 369 Holderness Road, Hull. 
W. 

BATT, Rev. John Herridge ; b. June 23, 1845, 

at Taunton, Som ; s. of Rev. George 
Batt ; m. Ellen Hayden, of Portsmouth ; two 
s. two d. Educ. Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; 
Shireland Hall, Birmingham; e. m. 1864. 
Pres. of B.C. Conference, 1887-8 ; Delegate to 
Oecumenical Meth. Conference, Washington, 
D.C. 1891, and London, 1901 ; B.C. Editor, 
1900-7 ; Sec. of B.C. Examining Com. for 25 
years; sometime Theological Tutor; Chair 
man of Bristol and S. Wales Dist. 1910- 
11. Publications: Dwight L. Moody: the 
Life-work of a Modern Evangelist; Dr. 
Barnardo, the Foster-father of Nobody s 
Children ; and other works. Recreations : 
Walking alone, and conversation with friends. 
Address : Alexandria Terrace, Brigg, Lines. U. 

BAULKWILL, Rev. William Robert Kellaway; 

b. May 28, 1860, at Shebbear, N. Devon ; . of 
Wm. C. Baulkwill, Tintagel, Cornwall ; m. 
Mary Ann Mason, of Staddon, Holsworthy, 
Devon ; four s. one d. Educ. Shebbear Coll., 
N. Devon; e. m. 1882. Pres. of B.C. Con 
ference, 1904, and Treas. of Missionary Society 
and Connexional Funds since 1901 ; C.C. for 
I. of W. 1903-6 ; Sec. of U.M. Thanksgiving 
Fund since 1907 ; Governor of U.M. Coll., 
Shebbear, N. Devon. Address : United Metho 
dist College, Shebbear, N. Devon. U. 

BAUMBER, Rev. William ; b. NOV. 17, 1852, at 
Spilsby, Lines ; s. of James and Mary Baum- 
ber ; m. Laura Garland, of Christchurch, 
N.Z.; twod. Educ. Spilsby Grammar School; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1876. Pres. of New 
Zealand Conference, 1896 ; Australasian Rep. 
to British Conference, 1904. Recreation : 
Collecting books on Old New Zealand. Ad 
dress : The Parsonage, Timaru, New Zealand. 
A. 

BAXENDALE, Rev. George, B.Sc., B.A., B.D. 
(Lond.) ; b. at Congleton, Cheshire : . of 

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BEATY 



Peter Baxendale. Eduo. Owens Coll., Man 
chester; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Ad 
dress : Somersby, Spenser Road, Harpenden, 
Herts. W. 

BAXTER, Rev. John ; b. NOV. so, 1854, at 
Crewe ; e. m. 1878. Spent five and a half 
years of youth in Canada ; Supt. of Presb. 
S.S. at 19 ; Missionary in East Equatorial 
Africa for three years, and friend of Bishop 
Hannington, whose fellow missionaries were 
massacred ; last Connexional Sec. of U .M.F.C. ; 
Sec. of U.M. Conference, 190811 ; Member 
of Foreign Missionary Com. Address : 
Lillian House, Park View, Wigan. U. 

BAXTER, Thomas, J.P. ; b. 1861, at Wesley- 
mount, Wallacestone, Stirlingshire; s. of 
Thomas Baxter, of Wallacestone; tn. 1st, 
Alison J. Beck, of Glasgow ; four s. ; 2nd, 
Mary H. Irishman, of Falkirk ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Redding Public School. Grocer and 
Provision Merchant. J.P. for Renfrewshire ; 
at present Police Judge and Treas. for Burgh 
of Greenock ; Member of Greenock Corpora 
tion for last 17 years, during which time has 
been Magistrate (three years), Dean of Guild 
(three years), Chairman of Health Com. (six 
years). Local Preacher for 31 years ; Class- 
leader and S.S. Supt. for 26 years ; Pres. of 
S.S. Union for Greenock and Dist. ; Rep. to 
Conference three times. Recreation : Bowling. 
Address: 39 Brisbane St., Greenock. P. 

BAYLIS8, Rev. Archibald ; b. Oct. 31, 1854, at 
Preston, Lanes; s. of Frederick Bayliss; m. 
Mary James, d. of Zacchaeus Shrlmpton, of 
Redditch ; three s. one d. Educ. Privately ; 
Knox s Academy, Farnworth ; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Address : The Manse, 
Withernsea, Hull. W. 

BAYLISS, William, J.P. ; b. June 5, 1840 ; s. of 
William Bayliss, of Torquay ; m. only d. of 
Rev. James Clapham ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Little Hay, nr. Lichfield. Chairman of Bay 
liss, Jones & Bayliss, Ltd., Ironmasters and 
Engineers. Governor of Royal Orphanage, 
Wolverhampton ; Governor of Rydal Mount 
School, Colwyn Bay ; Director of Meth. Fire 
Insurance Co., Manchester ; for many years 
Dist. Treasurer of Aged Ministers Fund ; 
Circuit Steward of Darlington St., Wolver 
hampton, 1876-8 and 1885-6 ; Trinity Cir 
cuit, 1889-1911. J.P. for Staffs since 1894. 
Address: The Woodlands, Wolverhamoton 
W. 

BAZELEY, George Paulle, J.P. ; b. April 7, 1851, 
at Hayle; s. of George Bazeley, of Penare, 
Penzance ; m, Elizabeth Julian Michell, of 
Penzance; two c. Educ. Queen s Coll., 
Taunton. Merchant and Shipowner. J.P. and 
C.C. for Penzance (East Ward). Dist. Treas. 
of Home Mission Lay Agent Fund ; Circuit 
Foreign Mission Treas. ; Hon. Sec. of Wes. 
Meth. Girls School Assoc. Recreation: Mo 
toring. Address: Penare, Penzance. W. 
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BEACH, Thomas Edgar ; b. Aug. 28, 1863, at 

Bridport ; j. of James Beach, of Bridport ; 
w. M. E. Metcalfe, of Spa Road, and St. 
John s, Brockley. Educ. Queen s Coll., 
Taunton. Chemist. Sec. of Quarterly Meet- 
Ing and S.S. ; Trustee ; Circuit Steward. 
Recreation : Walking. A ddress : 9 East 
Street, Bridport. W. 

BEAL, William James, B.A. (Lond.) ; b. July 2, 
1858, at Banbury ; s. of William Beal ; m. 
Lily M. M. Weight, of Gloucester ; two d. Educ. 
British school, Banbury ; Borough Road Coll. 
Schoolmaster. Principal of Huddersfield 
Pupil-teacher Centre since 1891. Local 
Preacher since 1886 ; S.S. Supt. and popular 
Lecturer on S.S. work. Rep. to Manchester, 
Sheffield, and York Conferences ; Member of 
New S.S. Hymn-book Com. Address : 25 Park 
Terrace, Somerset Road, Huddersfield. W. 

BEALE, John Thomas ; b. April 28, 1843, at 
Wellingborough ; s. of John and Elizabeth 
Beale ; m. 1865, Sarah Major, of Northampton. 
Educ. The Grammar School, Wellingborough. 
Sec. for Boot Manufacturing Company. Mem 
ber of Gen. Com. of Wesleyan Ref. Union; 
Pres. of Conference, 1895 ; carries on a Con 
valescent Home at Wilby for Poor Children, 
which was opened in 1896. Address: Brook- 
hill, Wilby, Wellingborough, S.W. R. 

BEALE, Rev. William Henry ; b. July is, 1848, 

at Sydney, N.S. Wales ; s. of William Henry 
and Priscilla^Beale ; m. Esther Gorman 
(d.), of Castlereagh/N.S.W. ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Primary schools and Newington Coll., 
N.S.W. ; e. m. N.S.W. 1871. Elected Pres. of 
N.S.W. Conference, 1900 ; Book Steward, 
N.S. Wales, 1909 ; Pres. of Sydney Single Tax 
League, and an ardent advocate of Henry 
George s teachings. Recreations : Gardening 
and mechanics. Address]: Minnamurra, Park 
Road, Burwood, N.S.W. A. 

BEALES, Rev. William ; b. April 19, 1850, at 

N. Lopham, Norfolk ; s. of William Beales ; 
m. Zaida, d. of John Green, of Mildmay Park, 
London ; three s. Educ. Private study ; e. m. 
1877. Recreation: Gardening. Address: 11 
Ferrers Road, Oswestry. W. 

BEARDMORE, Rev. William G. ; b. at Burslem ; 
s. of William Beardmore ; m. Agnes, d. of 
Joseph Airey, of Kendal. Educ. Privately; 
e. m. 1865. During 5 years Financial Sec. of 
Nottingham and Derby Synod. Has lectured 
in nearly every English town, upon religious, 
social, and artistic themes. Publications: 
Life of James Smetham, Painter, Poet, 
Essayist ; and many articles on current and 
historic art. Recreations: Picture, and bric- 
d-brac collecting. Address: Kendal Croft 
63 Highbury New Park, London, N. W. 

BEATY, Rev. LeRoy Fisk, D.D. ; b. April n, 
1854, at Conway, S. Carolina ; s. of Bethel 
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1st, Cynthia Boulware, of Newberry, S. Caro 
lina ; 2nd, Susan R. Pennal, of Charleston, S. 
Carolina; one s. one d. Educ. Marion Acad., 
Marion, S. Carolina; Vanderbilt Univ., 
Nashville, Tenn. For 17 years past Assist. 
S.S. Editor of M.E. Church South ; Del. from 
S. Carolina Conference to Gen. Conference of 
M.E. Church South, 1910 ; Del. to Oecumenical 
Conference, Toronto, 1911. Publications: 
The Work of South Carolina Methodism 
among the Slaves. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address: 810 Broad St., Nashville, Teiin. 
M.E. Ch. S. 

BEAUCHAMP, Rev. John George ; t>. May 21, 

18G6, at London ; s. of George Beauchamp ; 
m. Annie Kate, d. of F. Westgate, of Rom- 
ford, Essex ; three s. two d. Educ. Gram 
mar School, Wellingboro ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1889. Recreation: golf. Address: 25 
Francis Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. W. 

BEAUGIE, Rev. Sidney Edmund, M. A. ; b. Aug. 
21, 1879, at Jersey ; s. of John Beaugi ; m. 
Margaret McNicoll Sibbald, M.A. (Edin.), of 
Dundee : one s. Educ. Victoria Coll., Jersey ; 
Pembroke Coll., Oxford; e. m. 1903. Ob 
tained Taylorian Scholarship for French at 
Oxford (1902). Recreation : Cox Pembroke 
College Eight ; golf. Address: 30 Somerset 
Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. W. 

BEAVAN Francis John, J.P. ; 6. May 14, 1837, 
at Tredegar ; s. of Thomas Beavan ; m. 
Emma Roberts, of Newport, formerly of Sand- 
ford, Somerset, in 1860 ; one s. three g. c. 
Educ. Newport, Mon., in Wes. and other 
schools. Retired Coal Merchant. Local 
Preacher for 56 years ; Class-leader for many 
years ; S.S. Supt. for 30 years. Alderman and 
J.P. for City of Cardiff ; for 26 years Guardian 
of Poor ; Member of Council and Parliamentary 
Com. of the Assoc. of Poor Law Unions for 
England and Wales ; Chairman of Finance 
Com. of Cardiff Corporation ; Chairman of 
Finance Com. of the Cardiff Board of Guar 
dians and Chairman of Workhouse Visiting 
Com. ; Chairman of Executive of Cardiff 
liberal Association ; Deputy Chairman of 
Union Assessment Com., and Deputy Chair 
man of licensing Justices, 1909 ; Mayor of 
Cardiff in Coronation year ; Member of the 
Central Committee of Poor Law Conferences. 
Address: 18 Conway Road, Canton, Cardiff. 
W. 

BEAVAN, Rev. Samuel ; b. July 16, 1831, at 
Tredegar, Monmouthshire; s. of Thomas 
Beavan ; m. Hannah Davies, of Tydee, Mon ; 
five s. three d. e. m. 1855. Address: 
24 Meadow View, Whitehaven. U. 

BEAVER, John Henry, J.P., c.c. ; b. June 22, 

1854, at Oxenhope ; s. of A. Beaver ; m. 
Sarah Simpson, of Heptonstall Slack ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Grammar School, Oxenhope. 
Mohair Spinner. C.C. West Riding of Yorks, 



5 jrears ; Pre. of Keighley and Dist. Chamber 
of Commerce for 2 years; Dist. Sec. of 
Foreign Missions ; has been Circuit Steward 
(twice) ; Class-leader and S.S. teacher ; Rep. 
to Conference 8 times. Recreation : Driving. 
Address : Gledhow, Oxenhope, Keighley. 
W. 

BECKLY, John Henry; b. 1864, at Pancross- 
week, N. Devon ; s. of Richard Hodge Beckly 
and Ann Yeo ; m. Caroline Bond Winnicott, 
of Plymouth. Educ. I/ina Wes. School and 
Shebbear Col]., N. Devon. Partner in,Firm of 
John Yeo & Co., Drapers. Class-leader, S.S. 
Supt., Member of Connexional S.S. Com. ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1899 ; Del. to World s 
S.S. Conference, Rome, 1907, and Washington, 
1910; Pres. of Plymouth S.S. Union, 1906, 
and of Plymouth and Dist. F.C.C. 1909. 
Address: 8 Sutherland Road, Plymouth. 
W. 

BEDWARD, Rev. John Albert ; b. March 18, 
1865, at Chester; s. of Albert Bedward, of 
Chester ; m. Mary L- Needham, of Epworth ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Diocesan School, Chester ; 
Ranmoor Coll. Sheffield; e. m. 1888. Mis 
sionary Sec. of Manchester Dist. ; Pres. of 
Ashton-under-Lyne F.C. Council, 1911-12. 
Address : The Manse, Darnton Road, Ashton- 
under-Lyne. U. 

BEE, John ; b. 1846, at Hull. Local Preacher 
since 1864 ; has held office as Class-leader, 
Trustee, S.S. Supt., Poor, Society, Chapel, and 
Circuit Steward, Member of Dist. Home 
Mission and Chapel Com., also Hull Mission 
Com. ; Rep. to Conference three times. 
Address: Exeter House, Whitefriargate, 
Hull. T. 225 y Hull. W. 

BEECROFT, Edward Robert, J.P. ; b. Sept. 27, 
1851, at Luton, Beds; s. of Charles Sidney 
Beecroft, Valuer ; m. Alice Mary Cook, of 
Brewer s Hill, Beds ; two s. one d. Edua. 
Dr. Aldom s, Salway House, Leyton. J.P. for 
Borough of Tunbridge Wells ; Circuit Steward ; 
Local Preacher, &c. Address : Boyne Park, 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent. W. 

BEER, Rev. Alfred ; b. April 15, 1840, at Ax- 
mouth ; s. of Robert and Sarah Beer ; m. 
Mary Hewitt Wade, of Hawksworth ; five s. 
five d. Student at Westminster Training Coll. ; 
e. m. 1863. Publications: Two Sisters: a 
Memoir ; The Democratic Tory ; The Tanned 
Hand ; The Heir of Bragwell Hall ; Foreign 
Missions. Address: 40 Chester Street, 
Cirencester. W. 

BEET, Rev. Joseph Agar.D.D. (Glas.); 6. Sept. 27, 

1840, at Sheffield ; s. of late W. J. Beet, Manu 
facturer, Sheffield ; m. Sarah Elizabeth, d. of late 
S. T. Baugh, J.P., of Wrexham ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1864. Theological Tutor at Richmond, 
1885-1905 ; Fernley Lecturer, 1889 ; elected 
to Legal Hundred, 1889 ; took active part in 

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movement caused by Armenian atrocities in 
1894-5, as Member of Anglo- Armenian Assoc. ; 
also in movement to obtain a faculty of 
Theology in I/radon Univ., and one of the 
original Members of that Faculty ; lectured 
at Chicago Univ., and at Summer Schools at 
Chautauqua and Ocean Grove, U.S.A., in 
1896. Publications: Commentaries on Epp. 
of St. Paul; Credentials of the Gospel; 
Through Christ to God ; New lyife in Christ ; 
The lyast Things ; Manual of Theology ; 
The Church, the Churches, and the Sacra 
ments ; Shorter Manual of Theology ; The 
New Testament, its Authorship, Date, and 
Worth; Holiness, Symbolic and Real. Ad~ 
dress : 11 Dynevor Road, Richmond. W. 

BEET, Rev. William Ernest, M.A. ; b. Aug. 25, 

1869, at Winchcombe, Glos ; s. of Rev. 
Joseph Agar Beet, D.D. ; m. Mattie Jeffery, 
of Camborne ; one s. Educ. Kingswood ; 
Rydal Mount, Colwyn Bay; Headingley 
Coll. ; graduated at Condon Univ. 1893 ; 
e. m. 1892. Member of Connexional Board 
of Examiners since 1899 ; Examiner in 
Classics at Didsbury Coll. 1909. Publica 
tions : The Transfiguration of Jesus ; The 
Roman See in the First Centuries ; The 
Rise of the Papacy ; frequent contributor 
to periodical literature, including I/>ndon 
Quarterly, Holborn, and Homiletic Review. 
Recreations : Historical reading, croquet, 
model railway working. Address: 9 St. 
Clements Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Man 
chester. W. 

BELCHER, Zephanlah Joseph ; b. Feb. 11, 1857, 

at Kinver, Staffs; s. of Zephaniah laugher 
Belcher ; m. Susannah Withers, of W. Brom- 
wich ; two s. one d. Educ. Kinver Grammar 
School. Ironworks Manager. Class-leader, 
Hon. S.S. Supt. ; Ex-Circuit Steward ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1909. Recreations : Photography 
and cycling. Address: Eversley, Beeches 
Road, W. Bromwich. W. 

BELL, Rev. Frederick Richard ; b. Jan. u, 1856, 

at Beverley, Yorks ; s. of Rev. Richard Bell ; 
m. Fanny Matilda, d. of George Sara, of Tru- 
ro ; one s. four d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
School and privately ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1878. Was largely instrumental in 
founding Scarborough Coll. for boys. Con 
tributor to various Newspapers and Magazines, 
and for 25 years Wesleyan Conference Cor 
respondent for leading daily papers. Ad 
dress : King Cross Manse, Halifax. W. 

BELL, Rev. Freer ; b. Oct. 1. 1859, at Barrow- 
on-Humber ; m. Ada Gertrude, 2nd d. of 
William Arndt Hagestadt, Esq., managing 
partner in firm of Messrs. Bailey & I,eetham, 
Steamship Owners, of Hull, and resident of 
Harrogate and Withernsea ; one d. Stud, at 
Hartley Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1885. Re 
creation : Walking and gardening. Address : 
Gordon House, 14 Fairfield Road, Bristol. P. 



BELL, Rev. John ; b. Feb. 17, 1846, at Glasgow ; 
s. of James Bell ; m. Helen Wilkins, of I^ong- 
ton, nr. Preston ; three c. Educ. St. Enoch s 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1867. Elected 
to I,egal Hundred, 1904 ; Financial Sec. of 
Home Mission Fund ; Sec. of Connexional 
Fund and I/>cal Preachers Com. Publication : 
Home Altar. Recreations : Walking, boating, 
and gardening. Address : Craigmore, I,odge 
Road, Bromley, Kent. W. 

BELL, Rev. Robert Hudspeth, B. A. ; b. April 12, 

1867, at Glanford, Wentworth Co., Ont. ; 
s. of George and Margaret Reed Bell; m. 
1901, Catharine R. Chambers (d. 1910), of 
Woodstock; one s. one d. Educ. Public 
school and Caledonia High School; Victoria 
Univ., Toronto; e. m. 1895. Pastor of 
Dublin St. Guelph, Hamilton Conference ; pre 
vious charge in Hamilton ; balance of time in 
circuit work. Recreations : Summer cottage, 
Bala, Muskoka, boating, &c. Address : 82 
Suffolk Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. C. 

BELL, Walter Wakefield ; b. July is, 1864, at 

Wakefield ; s. of late Rev. Richard Bell, Wes 
leyan Minister ; m. I^ouisa Mary, e. d. of the 
late Frederick Eames, of Bath. Educ. Bruns 
wick House, Maidstone, Woodhouse Grove, 
and Kingswood. Founded well-known Ship 
ping and Insurance Firm of Bell & Park, of 
Bath, Oxford, Yeovil, &c. Supt. of Walcot 
S.S., Bath, and Circuit Steward of Bath Cir 
cuit. Address : Springfield House, I<ans- 
downe Road, Bath. W. 

BELL, Rev. William ; b. May 4, 1844, at Reeth, 
Yorks ; s. of Thomas Bell ; m. Catherine 
Creed, of West Pennard, Somerset ; two s. 
three d. Educ. Scholastic; private tuition 
in Greek ; the study of Mystical literature , 
e. m. 1867. Recreations : Walking and ob 
servation of Nature, Music. Address: 1 
Casswell Villas, lyouth. W. 

BELTON, John Charles ; b. Jan. is, 1858, at 

Wellington, Salop; s. of William Howard 
Belton ; m. Katherine Althea Dunsford, of 
Redland, Clifton, Bristol ; two s. one d. 
Educ. The Old Hall School, Wellington, &c. 
Gas-Engineer, Engineer Chester United Gas Co. 
Vice-Pres. of Manchester Dist. Institution Gas 
Engineers. S.S. Teacher for 20 years; Sec. 
to Quarterly Meeting for nine years ; I^ocal 
Preacher for 18 years; Circuit Steward, 
Trustee, S.S. Supt., Foreign Mission Com. 
Publications : Contributor to technical pub 
lications. Recreations : Cycling, boating, 
bowls. Address: Craigside, Sandy I,a.ne, 
Chester. W. 

BENNETT, Rev. Edward ; b. Dec. 6, 1877, at 
Clonahilty, Co. Cork, Ireland; s. of Dr. 
Wm. Bennet, Clonahilty ; m. Kathleen Duff, 
d. of late Rev. Samuel Robertson, Methodist 
Minister ; one d. Educ. Private school, 
Clonahilty; Edin. Univ., and Meth. Coll., 



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Belfast ; e, m. 1900. Address : Grange House, 
Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, Ireland. W. 

BENNETT, Rev. George; b. 1855, at I,uton; 
m. Ellen, d. of George Shankster, lyiverpool 
House, Grimsby ; one s. one d. e. m. 1875. 
Editor of The Primitive Methodist Deader; 
Gen. S.S. Sec. Address : 18 Kensington Ter 
race, Hyde Park, I,eeds. P. 

BENNETT, Rev. Henry; b. July 3, 1856, at 
Milford, Derby ; s. of Mr. John Bennett ; m. 
Mary Spooner, of Farm House, I,yng, Norfolk ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Public School, Milford, 
Derby ; e. m. 1878. Recreations : Cycling, 
walking, and cricket. Address: Victoria 
Road, Diss, Norfolk. P. 

BENNETT, Rev. John Grange ; b. April 29, 1865, 

at Bewsey Hall, Warrington ; s. of John 
Bennett and Mary Hannah Grange ; m. 
Matilda Agnes Dupre, of Cape House, Jersey ; 
two s. Educ. Turton Hall Coll., Gildersome, 
Yorks ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Con- 
nexional Evangelist. Publication: Just 
Starting : Booklet for Young Christians (4th 
Edition). Recreation: Member of the High- 
gate Golf Club, Handicap 12. Address : 
St. Heliers, Orleans Road, Hornsey Rise, 
N. 

BENNETT, Joseph, B.A., J.P. ; b. 1854, at 
Grimsby ; s. of Joseph Bennett ; m. Edith, 

d. of John Clapham, of Manchester ; three s. 
two d. Timber Importer. J.P. for L,incs. 
(Parts of Irindsey). Address: Deigh ton Close, 
Louth, Uncs. W. 

BENNETT, Rev. William L. ; b. March 3, 1856, at 
Gwithian, Cornwall ; m. Clara Morley James, 
of Camborne; two s. three d. Stud, at 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Missionary in 
the W. Indies, 1880-6. Address: North 
View, Budleigh Salterton. W. 

BENNETTS, Rev. George Armstrong, B.A. 

(lyond) ; b. Nov. 9, 1852, at Ilsington, Devon; 
s. of George Bennetts ; g. s. of Rev. Joseph 
Armstrong. Educ. Private school, Totnes ; 
Didsbury ColL ; e. m. 1875. President s 
Assist. 1877-8 ; Assist.-Tutor at Didsbury, 
1878-82 ; Temperance Sec. and Editor of 
Temperance Magazine, 1891-1905 ; elected 
to I^egal Hundred, 1905. Contributor to 
various Magazines. Address: The Manse, St. 
Austell. W. 

BENNETTS, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 15, 1862, at 

I,uckett, Cornwall ; s. of W. Pellow Bennetts ; 
m. Isabella Rogers Trist, of Dartmouth, S. 
Devon ; two d. Educ. Richmond Coll. ; 

e. m. 1888. Missionary in British Guiana and 
Antigua, W. Indies, 1888-90. Recreations : 
Fishing and gardening. Address : York House, 
Oswaldtwistle, Accrington. W. 

BENSON, Rev. Frederick Henry, B.A. (i^nd.) ; 

b. June 15, 1873, at Gainsborough ; s. of Henry 



Walter and Mary Ellen Benson. Educ. 
Gainsborough Grammar School ; Harrogate 
Coll. and Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1897. 
Recreation : Walking. Address : 34 Newbattle 
Terrace, Edinburgh. W. 

BENSON, Harry ; b. March 9, 1863, at New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; s. of John and Ellen Benson ; 
m. Minnie Haggie, of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
three s. one d. Educ. keys School, Camb. 
Solicitor and Notary Public. Under-Sheriff 
for Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1899 and 1900, 1910- 
11. Trustees Sec. for 23 years ; has been 
Circuit Sec. and Circuit Steward. Governor 
of Ashville Coll. and Trustee of Bowran House. 
Address: Prudential Buildings, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. U. 

BENSON, Rev. Manly, D.D. ; b. 1842, Prince 
Edward, Co. Ontario ; s. of Matthew R. 
Benson and Nancy Ruttan ; m. Julia, d . of 
Hon. Judge McCrea ; one s. four d. Educ. 
Newburgh Acad. ; e. m. 1863. Pres. of 
Montreal Conference ; Member of Gen. 
Board of Missions, Gen. Conference, Book 
Com"., and Chairman of Dists. Recreations : 
lectures and travels, at home and abroad. 
Address : St. Catharine s, Ontario, Canada. C. 

BENTLEY, Joseph, F.R.G.S. ; b. June 4, 1850, 
at Bradford ; s. of Robert Bentley ; m. Char 
lotte, d. of Thomas Mitchell ; five s. six d. 
Educ. Eastbrook Wes. School. Estate Agent. 
Eastbrook Circuit Steward for 6 years, T,ocal 
Preacher 36, S.S. Supt. 24, Class-leader 
25 ; Rep. to Conference, 1900. Publications : 
Editor of Temperance Caterer, since 1896 ; 
Sacramental Wine, and other pamphlets. 
Recreation : Travel (travelled in Italy, Fin- 
laud, Norway, Germany, N. Africa, United 
States, and Canada). Address: Hedera, 
Bankfield Drive, Nab Wood, Shipley. W. 

BENTLEY, Rev. Robert ; b. June 14, 1839, at 
Drax, Yorks ; s. of John Bentley ; m. Mary 
Ann, d. of Thomas Sumner, of W. Cowick, 
Yorks ; two s. one d. Educ. Drax Grammar 
School, and privately ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1861. Recreations : Walking and book- 
hunting. A ddress : 218 Broomwood Road, 
Clapham Common, S.W. W. 

BERRIE, Rev. John Oharlton ; b. Dec. 25, mo, 

at Tamworth, Eng. ; 5. of Charles J. Berrie ; 
m. 1876, Hannah S. Iy. Macintyre, of Isle of 
Mull, Scotland ; one s. one d. Educ. Tam 
worth Grammar School and Horlock s Acad., 
Reading ; reading Theology under late Rev. 
T. M. Albrighton; e. m. 1871. Ex-Pres. of 
Conference ; Chairman of Dists. ; Ex- Member 
of Gen. Conference. Recreations : Driving, 
lecturing on Temperance and other subjects. 

Address : Marysville, New Brunswick, Canada. 

C. 

BERRY, Benjamin Gough, J.P.; b. Dec. 25, 
1841 ; s. of Thomas Berry, Farmer, Boughton, 
nr. Faversham ; m. Annie Elizabeth Day, o 

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Faveraham ; two s. six d. Educ. leaker s 
Academy, Boughton ; Elm House, Sitting- 
bourne. Fruit-grower and Merchant. Mayor 
of Faversham, 1890. Local Preacher for 5C 
years; Trustee; Pres. of I,. P. Mutual Aid 
Assoc. 1907 ; Rep. of L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc 
to Victoria L.P. Assoc., Australia, 1881 
Recreation : Travel. Address : Scarbutts 
Manor, Boughton, Faversham. W. 
BERRY, Rev. James Prior ; b. Sept. 25, 1867 

at Bowmanville, Ontario ; s. of Lias Berry 
m. Christine A. Kelly, of Brechin, Ont. ; one d 
Educ. Bowmanville High School; Albert 
Coll., Belleville, Ont., and Victoria Univ. 
Toronto ; e. m. 1892. Publication : Missions 
and the Social Problems. Address: High 
River, Alberta, Canada. C. 

BERRY, Rev. Thomas Samuel ; b. Oct. 20, 1858 

at Northampton; s. of John Parton Berry 
M.R.C.V.S. ; m. Alice Edith Williams, of 
Northampton ; two d. Educ. Clevedon Coll. 
and Trade School, Northampton; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Address : Danby, Gros- 
mont S.O., Yorks. W. 

BERRY, Walter Wheeler, j.p. ; b. 1857, at 

Boughton, Faversham. Fruit and Hop 
grower. Circuit Steward and Treas. for 
Chatham Mission ; Rep. to Conference, 1909. 
J.P. for Kent; Chairman of Elementary 
Sub-Education Com. of Kent County Council. 
Address : Gushmere Court, nr< Faversham. 
W. 

BESTALL, Rev. Arthur Henry; b. March 4, 

1863, at Tavistock; s. of Rev. William S. 
Bestall ; m. Rebe, d. of Alfred Edmeades, of 
Cranfield, Winchester; one s. one d. Educ. 
New Kingswood School ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1887. Pioneer Missionary, Upper Bur 
ma ; opened work in Pakokku Station (Irra- 
waddy River) ; commenced leper rescue 
work in Mandalay ; Chairman of Burma 
District for many years; Chief Reviser of 
N.T. in Burmese. Publications : Revised 
N.T. (Burmese) ; Translations of Christian 
literature in Burmese. Recreations : Cricket 
and fishing. Address: Ettingshall House, 
Connaught Road, Wolverhampton. W. 

BESTALL, Rev. William John Gregory; b. 

July 24. 1859, at Ashburton, Devon ; s. of 
Rev. William Stephenson Bestall ; m. Emily 
Ruth Sanderson, of Taunton ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Kingswood School, Bath ; e. m. 1881. 
Missionary in Ceylon, 1882-92. Address: 
The Manse, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. W. 
BE8WARICK, John Arthur; b. Dec. 6, 1858, 
at Lostwithiel, Cornwall; s. of late Thos. 
May Beswarick; m. Mary P. Roskplley, of 
Tywardreath ; two s. one d. Educ. Grammar 
School, Lostwithiel. Corn and Forage Mer 
chant. Circuit Steward and S.S. Supt.; has 
filled various church offices. Mayor of Lost- 
withiel in Coronation year, 1902. Address: 
Canyon House, Lostwithiel. W. 



BETT, Rev. Henry; b. March 23, 1876, at 

Maidenwell, Lines. ; s. of Wingate Bett ; m. 
Margaret, y. d. of Ralph Turnbull ; one d. 
Educ. Holme Hill School, Grimsby ; Heading- 
ley Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Publication : The 
Watch Night. Address : 94 West Parade, 
Lincoln. W. 

BEVAN, Samuel Howel ; b. Sept. 3, 1853, at 
Llanelly ; s. of Samuel Bevan, Llanelly, and 
Mary Andrew, Neath ; m. 1887, Annie M., 
d. of Rev. C. H. Floyd. Educ. Thistleboon. 
Mumbles, nr. Swansea. Chemical Manu 
facturer. Has held many church offices ; Rep. 
to Conference five times. Address : Well- 
field, Llanelly. T.A.: Chemicals. T. 163, 
Llanelly. W. 

BEVAN, Rev. Samuel Parker ; b. March 28, 1874, 

at New Radford, Nottingham ; s. of Frank 
Bevan; m. Lucy Mallinsou, d. of Dr. Mark 
Malvin, of Scarborough ; two s. Educ. 
People s Coll. and Univ. Coll., Nottingham ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 189S. Publication : 
Talks to Girls and Boys. Recreations : Walk 
ing and cricket. Address : 9 Eastwood Road, 
Goodmayes, Essex. W. 

BEWICK, Rev. Robert; b. Feb. 22, 1877, at 

Darlington ; s. of Thos. and Eliza Bewick ; 
m. Nellie, d. of late Edward Moseley, of Liver 
pool. Educ. Queen Elizabeth Grammar 
School, Darlington; Didsbury Coll., Man 
chester ; e. m. 1901. Recreations : Cycling 
and lantern work. Address: Hillside, 
Perranporth, Cornwall. W. 

BICKERTON, Rev. Thomas Henry ; b. May n, 

1867, at Langley Field, Dawley, Salop ; s. of 
Samuel Bickerton ; m. Miss I. A. Phillips, of 
Dawley, Salop ; two s. three d. Educ. Lawley 
Bank school ; e. m. 1892. Address : 14 Colberg 
Place, Stamford Hill, London, N. P. 

BICKLEY, Alderman Thomas ; b. Dec. 15, 1853, 

at Tunstall, Staffs ; s. of John and Mary Ann 
Bickley ; m. Emma Brindley, of Burslem. 
Staffs ; one s. two d. Educ. Tunstall Church 
Schools. Jeweller, &c. Circuit Steward ; has 
filled various church offices ; Chairman of 
Parks and Cemeteries Com. Recreation : 
Municipal and educational duties. Address: 
Brondesbury, Park Road, Hanley, Staffs. W. 

BINGHAM, Frank, M.P.S..F.S.M.C.; b. Jan. 25, 

1866, at Rotherham; s. of J. Bingham ; m. 
Lucy Bray, of Rotherham. Educ. Rotherham 
and Sheffield. Chemist and optician. Class- 
leader, Soc. and Chapel Steward, Trustee, 
Circuit Steward. Address: Hartington Villa, 
Masbro", Rotherham. W. 

BINGHAM, Joseph Reid ; b. Jan. 26, isci, at 

Carrollton, Miss. ; m. R. E. Turner, of Winona. 
Miss.; six c. Educ. Carrollton, Miss. Mer 
chant. Treas. of Annual Conference Board 
of Church Extension ; Member of many 
sessions of Annual Conference ; Member 



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of five General Conferences. Recreation : 
Farming. Address: Carrollton, Miss. M.E. 

Ch. S. 

BINNS, Everett, J.P.; b. July 23, 1808, at 
Cowling ; s. of John Binns, Spring House, 
Cowling. Manufacturer. Member of Skip ton 
Board of Guardians, Skipton Rural Dist. 
Council, Cowling Parish Council, Chairman of 
Glusburn Dist. Education Sub-Corn. Has 
filled many church offices ; Pres. of Bradford 
and Dist. Federation of F.C.C. 1909-10; 
Pres. of Crosshills Dist. F.C.C. 1907-8 ; Pres. 
of Cowling Temperance Society. Address: 
Ashfield, Cowling, via Keighley. U. 

BINNS, Joseph Frederick William, J.P. ; b. 1863, 

at Birmingham ; s. of John Binns, of Glouces 
ter ; m, Sarah Vann, d. of Joseph Wilkes, 
C.E. ; one s. one d. Educ. Pontardawe Coll. 
School. Manufacturer ; Chairman and Man 
aging Director of Frederic Selby & Co., Ltd. ; 
J.P. and C.C. for Staffs; Member of Staffs 
Education Com. ; has been Poor, Society, and 
Circuit Steward, and Rep. to Conference. 
Recreation: Public work. Address: Oak- 
lands, Pelsall, Walsall. W. 

BIRCHENOUGH, Rev. Albert Allen ( Fenton 

Allen ) J b. Feb. 24, 1853, at Congleton, 
Cheshire ; s. of Daniel and Eliza Birchenough ; 
m. Mary Eliza White, of Shrewsbury ; three 
s. three d. Educ. Sullivan s Academy and 
Wes, day school ; e. m. 1876. Held numerous 
Dist. Synodical Secretaryships ; Chairman of 
Wolverton and Stantonbury F.C.C. ; Sec. of 
N. Bucks S.S. Union and Pres. of N. Bucks 
C.E. Union. Publications : John Bunyan, 
the Bedfordshire Dreamer ; Mow Cop ; The 
Centenary of Primitive Methodism ; Jubilee 
Jottings ; and numerous Articles in Reviews, 
Magazines, and Newspapers. Recreations : 
Change of work and geology. Address: 17 
Morland Terrace, The Square, Wolverton, 
Bucks. P. 

BIRD, Charles Hayward, Alderman, J.P. ; b. 

Oct. 17, 1862, at Gloucester; s. of Robert 
Bird; m. Lilian Waite, of Ben Rhydding, 
Yorks ; two s. Educ. Independent Coll., 
Taunton. Chemical Manufacturer. Has been 
S.S. Supt. Address: 38 Newport Road, 
Cardiff. U. 

BIRD, Rev. William Robert ; b. Oct. 1854, at 
Fakenham ; s. of Joseph and Elizabeth Bird ; 
m. E. C. Boulden, of Sittingbourne, Kent ; 
one s. one d. Educ. British and Grammar 
School; e. m. 1874. Contributor to Con- 
nexicnal literature and other publications. 
Address: Braemar, Northwood, Middlesex. 
P. 

BIRKBECK, Rev. Joseph, F.R.M.S. ; b. Oct. 20 
1861, at Hilton-cum-Murton, Westmorland ; 
m. Ella Blanche, d. of Paul Lightbourn, 
Nassau, Bahamas; four s. one d. Educ 



National school ; East Keswick (Leeds) Coll. ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1889. An Associate of 
Society for the Study of Inebriety ; Pres. of the 
Andover Brotherhood ; Pres. of Andover and 
Dist. S.S. Union ; Member of Hospital and 
Free library Corns. Publications : Editor 
of an Illustrated Postal Directory of 20 
Parishes in East Cornwall ; contributor to 
Newspapers and Magazines. Address : The 
Manse, Cradley, Staffs. W. 

BIRKS, Rev. Martin James ; b. Oct. 28, 1840, 

at Longton, Staffs ; s. of William Birks ; m. 
Mary Moss, of Hurst ; one c. Educ. Zion 
Chapel day school, Longton : e. m. 1862. 
Missionary in Adelaide, S. Australia, for eight 
years; Ex-Pres., Guardian Rep., and Chapel 
Sec. of late M.N.C. ; Hon. Sec. to Warhurst 
Trustees. Address: 20 Osborne St., Lower 
Bredbury, Stockport. U. 

BIRTWISTLE, Rev. Herbert James ; b. April 10, 

1873, at Ormskirk ; s. of William Birtwistle ; 
m. 1st, Annie Taylor, of Tue Brook, Liver 
pool (one d.) ; 2nd, Mary Robinson Hadfield, 
of Glossop. Educ. Ormskirk Grammar School ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1900. Recreations: 
Cycling and walking. Address: St. Mary s 
Street, Whitchurch, Salop. W. 

BIRTWISTLE, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 30, 1865, 

at Manchester ; s. of William Birtwistle ; 
m. Louise Frances Edwards, of Dudley, Staffs. 
Educ. Ormskirk National school and Ormskirk 
Grammar School; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 
1892. Pres. of Newcastle-on-Tyne F.C.C.. 
Dist. Financial Sec., Newcastle-on-Tyne; 
Address: 87 Park Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
W. 

BISHOP, Rev. Arthur Stanley ; b. at Redhiii, 

Surrey, 1879 ; s. of late Rev. Albert Bishop ; 
m. Dorothy Mary, d. of J. H. Butler, ot Bower - 
chalke, Wilts ; one d. ; e. m. 1900. Missionary 
in S. Ceylon, 1903-9. Publications: The 
World s Altar Stairs; Introductory Studies 
in Comparative Religion ; Gautama or 
Jesus ? ; Ceylon Buddhism ; The Collected 
Works of Daniel John Gogerly (2 vols.). 
Address : 117 Croydon Road, Anerley, S.E. 
W. 

BISHOP, Rev. Charles McTyeire, M.A., D.D.; 

b. Feb. 2, 1862, at Jefferson, N. Carolina ; s. of 
Rev. B. W. S. Bishop, of the Holston Confer 
ence ; m. Phcebe Eleanor Jones, of Asheville, 
N. Carolina ; one s. four d. Educ. Emory and 
Henry Coll. , Virginia . Pres . of South- Western 
Univ., Georgetown, Texas. Pastor in Kansas 
City, St. Joseph and Columbia, Missouri, 
previous to election as Pres. of South- Western 
Univ. ; Member of Gen. Conferences, 1906 and 
1910 ; one of the Commissioners on Fraternal 
Relations and Union of the M.E. Church, the 
Meth. Protestant Church, and the M.E. Ch., 
South. Cole Lecturer at Vanderbilt Univ., 
1909. Publications: Jesus the Worker 
(Revell Co.). Recreations: Outdoor, fishing ; 

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indoor, children s games, with children 
Address: Georgetown, Texas, U.S.A. M.E 
Ch.S. 

BISHOP, Rev. Theodore ; b. NOV. 1843, at the 

Rohais, Guernsey ; s. of Abraham Bishop and 
Selina Collings, of Guernsey ; m. Julia 
e. d. of Edward Howell, of Waterloo, Poole 
Dorset ; two s. two d. Educ. Elizabeth Coll. 
Guernsey ; Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmonc 
and Headingley Colls. ; was two years I,ieut 
and five years Captain in the Royal G.M 
Rifles ; e. m. 1868. Address : 196 Nantwict 
Road, Crewe. W. 

BISSEKER, Rev. Harry, M.A. ; b. Oct. 3, 1878 
at Handsworth, Birmingham ; s. of Tilden J 
Bisseker and Mary Elizabeth Boyns; nt 
Marian Doris, d. of F. A. Holman, Esq., oJ 
Streatham ; one d. Educ. King Edward s 
School, Birmingham ; Jesus Coll., Cambridge 
Foundation Scholar, Jesus Coll. ; 1st Class 
Theological Tripos ; Carus Greek Testament 
Prizeman in Cambridge Univ. ; e. m. 1901. 
Tutor in N.T. I,anguage and literature 
Richmond Coll. Publications : Problems of 
Discipleship ; Articles in Hastings Dictionary 
of Christ and the Gospels, and Encyclopaedia 
of Religion and Ethics, The Citizen of To 
morrow, Social Science and Service, Social 
Teaching of the Bible, &c. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Richmond College, Rich 
mond, Surrey. W. 

BISSEKER, Henry; b. Jan. 25, 1854; s. of 
E. Bisseker, of West Bromwich ; m. Fanny 
Richards, of Port Elizabeth, South Africa; 
four s. four d. Educ. West Bromwich. Brass 
Founder, Electric and Gas-fittings Manu 
facturer, Importer, &c. Has spent 13 years 
in S. Africa. S.S. Supt. ; I,ocal Preacher ; 
Trustee of Central Hall ; Rep. to Conference ; 
Treas. of Birmingham and Shrewsbury Dist. 
Sustentation Fund. Recreations: Golf and 
walking. Address: 31 Augustus Road, Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. W. 

BISSEKER, Tilden John ; b. Aug. 3, 1852 ; s. of 
E. Bisseker, of West Bromwich, whose grand 
father met in class with Francis (afterwards 
Bishop) Asbury ; m. M. E., sister of Rev. 
R. W. Boyns ; four s. one d. Educ. Wes. 
School, West Bromwich. Metal Manufac 
turer, lyocal Preacher ; Class-leader, &c. ; 
Member of many Dist. and Connexional Corns. 
Address: 150 Hamstead Road, Handsworth, 
Birmingham. W. 

BLACK, Arthur William, M.P., j.p. ; b. Feb. 28, 

1863, at Nottingham ; s. of W. E. Black ; m. 
Helen, d. of late John Spence, of Paisley ; 
one d. Educ. Nottingham. I^ace manufac 
turer. M.P. (I,.) for N. Beds since 1906 ; 
Sheriff of Nottingham, 1898-9 ; Mayor of 
Nottingham, 1902-3 ; J.P. for City of Not 
tingham. Recreation : Motoring. Address : 
Alexandra Park, Nottingham. Club:, : Na 
tional liberal (Condon) ; Eighty. W. 
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BLAKEMAN 

BLACK, Walter Hatton ; b. Dec. 4, 1875, at 

Nottingham. Partner in Firm of A. W. 
Black & Bro., I<ace Manufacturers. lyOcal 
Preacher ; Circuit Steward. Address : The 
I,awn, Alexandra Park, Nottingham. W. 

BLACKBURN, Rev. Edward Percy ; b. Sept. 9, 

1862, at Horsforth ; s. of Henry Webster 
Blackburn, of Horsforth and Bradford ; m. 
Juliet V., d. of C. Bever, of Bradford ; two d. 
Educ. Bilton Grange, Harrogate, and privately ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1885. Missionary in 
S. India (Mannargudi and Trichinopoly), 
1885-9. Publications : Various Articles in 
Naturalist and Connexional Magazines. Re 
creations: Natural History (Conchology), 
music, and cycling. Address: Epworth, 
New Road, Windsor. W. 

BLACKWELL, Rev. James Henry ; b. July 15, 

1858, at Berealston, Devon ; s. of Francis 
Blackwell; m. Miss Elizabeth Wilmot Haw 
kins, of Newbridge, Gunnislake, Cornwall ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Elementary schools ; 
Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e, m. 1881. Sec. 
of B.C. Conference, 1905-7. Address : 49 
Walham Grove, Fulham, S.W. U. 

BLACKWELL, John, J.P. ; b. June 27, 1841, at 
Hulme, Manchester ; s. of William and Mary 
Blackwell; m. 1st, 1861, Elizabeth McNicol 
(four s. six d.); 2nd,1903,Susannah Champness, 
of Hulme, Manchester. Educ. Ratcliffe and 
Manchester. Member of Hyde Town Council 
1895-8, 1901, Alderman 1901-7, Mayor 
1904-5. Juvenile Missionary Sec. ; S.S. Sec. 
and Supt. ; Class-leader ; Trustee ; twice 
Circuit Steward; twice Rep. to Conference. 
Addresses : Glen-Darach, Godley, Hyde ; 
Woodlands, 23 Chambres Road, Southport. W. 

BLACKWELL, Robert Emory, A.M., U,.D. ; b. 

Nov. 14, 1854, at Warrenton, Fauguier Co., 
Virginia; s.of Rev. John Davenport Blackwell , 
A.M., D.D., and Julia Anna Butts; nt. Thecla 
Epia, d. of Rev. James A. Duncan, A.M., D.D. ; 
one c. Educ. Bethel Acad., Randolph 
Macon Coll., and the Univ. of I^eipsig ; Pres. of 
Randolph-Macon Coll., the oldest Meth. Coll. 
in America by charter (1830). Publications: 
Parallel Syntax Chart ; French Grammar ; 
Did the Ancients discover America ? Re 
creations : Hunting, bicycling, and tennis. 
Address: Ashland, Va. M.E. Ch.S. 

BLAKE, Rev. Edgar, D.D. ; b. Dec. 8, 1869, at 

Gorham, Maine ; s. of Charles H. and Abigail 
R. Blake ; m. Charlotte Woodman, of Wes- 
brook, Maine; two s. two d. Educ. Boston 
Univ. and School of Theology ; e. m. New 
Hampshire Conference, 1895. Assist. Sec. of 
Board of S.S., M.E. Ch. Address: 14 West 
Washington St., Chicago. M.E. Ch. 

BLAKEMAN, Rev. Edward William, M.A. ; b. 
Sept. 11, 1880, at Gary, Minnesota ; s. of 
Edward E. and Florence I/ong Blakeman. 
Educ. Richland Centre, Wisconsin Public 



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BLAND 

Schools ; B.A.LawrenceColl.,Appleton, Wis., 

1906 ; studied Theology at Boston Univ., 

1907 ; M.A. Univ. of Wisconsin, under Profs. 
R. T. Ely, E. A. Ross, and John R. Commons ; 
e. m. 1907. University Pastor at the Uni 
versity of Wisconsin. Registrar of Wisconsin 
Summer School of Religion. Now developing 
a plan of church work for State University 
Communities, supported by the Meth. Com 
mission of Wisconsin and Meth. Conferences 
of the State. Publications : Pamphlets upon 
The Church and The State University ; 
Methodism and the University of Wisconsin, 
1910 ; Editor of Report of First Inter 
denominational Conference for the State of 
Wisconsin, 19 10. Address: 740Langdon St., 
Madison, Wisconsin. M.E. Ch. 

BLAND, Rev. Salem Goldworth, B.A. (McGiii), 

and D.D. (Queen s); b. Aug. 26, 1859, at 
Lachute, Quebec; s. of Rev. H. F. Bland. 
Educ. Various schools, Morrin College, Quebec, 
and McGill Univ., Montreal ; e. m. 1880. Ap 
pointed to Chair of Church History and New 
Testament literature, Wesley Coll., Winnipeg, 
Oct. 1903; Del. to General Conferences of 
1898 and 1910 ; Sec. of Montreal Conference, 
1898. Address : 146 Sherbrooke Street, 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. C. 

BLANSHARD, J. D., J.P. ; b. Nov. 26, 1849, at 
North Killingholme ; s. of Thomas Blanshard ; 
m. Emma Field, of Liverpool. Educ. at 
elementary school, South Killingholme, and by 
private study. County l,and Agent, I/and 
Tax Commissioner. Circuit Steward, Local 
Preacher for 40 years, Class-leader for 30 ; 
Rep. to Conference three times. Vice-Pres. of 
Eastern Counties liberal Federation ; Chairman 
of Louth Division liberal Assoc. Recreations: 
Chess, croquet, reading. Address : Alder lea, 
Bardney, Lincoln. W. 

BLASDALE, Rev. Henry James ; b. Feb. 3, 1864, 

at London ; s. of Henry Askew Blasdale ; m, 
Gertrude E., d. of Thomas S. Warriner. 
of Birmingham ; two s. Educ. City Middle- 
class Schools, Condon ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1889. Member of Connex. L.P. Com. for 5 
years. Publications : Descriptive articles in 
denominational Magazine. Recreations : Wood- 
carving and photography. Address: The 
Oaks, Lower Bebington, nr. Birkenhead. W. 

BLEE, Edward Lindsay; b. Dec. 6, 1856, at 
Penzance ; s. of Stephen Blee ; m. Mary Emily 
Croft, of London ; two s. one d. Educ. The 
Abbey School, Penzance. Merchant. Chair 
man of Lindsay Blee & Co., Ltd., and the 
London Bunkering Co., Ltd. Circuit Steward, 
S.S. Supt., Class-leader ; one of the founders 
of Y.M.C.A. at Penzance. Recreation : Golf. 
Address: Buckhurst, Enfield, Middlesex. 
T.A . 199 Enfield. W. 

BLEWETT, George John, B.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. 
(Harvard) ; b. Dec. 9, 1873, at St. Thomas, 



BOCOCK 

Ont. , Canada ; s. of William and MaryBlewett ; 
m. Clara Marcia Woodsworth, of Toronto. 
e. m. 1893. Publication : The Study of 
Nature and the Vision of God . A ddrtss : 
Victoria College, Toronto, Canada. C. 

BLOTT, Rev. Herbert Walker ; b. Jan. 22, 1868, 

at Bermondsey, London, S.E. ; s. of Walker 
Blott; m. Jessie, d. of Arthur Peacock, 
Clapham; one d. Educ. Boucher National 
Schools; City of London School; City of 
Condon Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Recreations : 
Yachting, cycling, swimming, wood-working. 
Address : 16 Argyle Square, Sunderland. U. 

BLUMER, Thomas Rickaby, J.P.; b. Jan. 6, 
I860, at Sunderland ; s. of John Blumer ; m. 
1st, Georgette Brown (d.) ; 2nd, Marianne 
Brown, of Sunderland; two d. Educ. 
Gainford. Retired Shipbuilder, now devoting 
all time to Christian work ; Leader of Men s 
Bible-class and Christian Inat., &c. ; J.P. for 
borough of Sunderland. Address: 3 The 
Elms, Sunderland. U. 

BLYTH, George ; b. April 23, 1849, at Ryecroft, 
Ashton-under-Lyne ; s. of Peter Blyth ; m. 
Elizabeth Bostock, of Ashton-under-Lyne; 
three c. Educ. Ryecroft British school. Hat- 
box Manufacturer. Director for Peter Blyth, 
Ltd. Local Preacher for 31 years, S.S. Supt . 14 
years, Treas. 14 years of Church, Trafalgar Sq. ; 
rec. Diploma for 47 years service from S.S. 
Union ; Pres. of Hooley Hill Y.M.C.A. Ad 
dress : Centenary Terrace, Hooley Hill, nr. 
Manchester. U. 

BOADEN, Rev. Edward ; b. May 1, 1827, at 
Cury, Cornwall; s. of Edward Boaden, 
Farmer; m. 1st, Miss Johnson, of King s 
Lynn, 1854 ; 2nd, Miss Standring, of Roch 
dale, 1878 ; one s. two d. Educ. Private 
school; e. m. 1849. Chapel Sec. 1864-1902, 
Connexional Fire Insurance Sec. till 1910 ; 
Pres. of U.M.F.C. 1871 ; First Pres. of U.M.C., 
1907, being then in his 81st year ; he prepared 
first draft of the U.M.C. Act, 1907, the Foun 
dation Deed Poll, the Constitution, and the 
Model Deed thereof. Publications : Memoir of 
Rev. Richard Chew, 1896 ; occasional Hymns. 
Recreations : Walking, bagatelle, and music. 
Address: 13 Newbold Terrace East, Leam 
ington Spa. U. 

BOCOCK, Rev. Enoch ; b. Aug. 29, 1864, at 
Alvingham, Louth ; s. of John Bocock ; m. 
Mary A. Warby, of E. Harling, Norfolk ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Wes. day schools ; e. m. 1889. 
During Licensing Bill agitation visited, in 
disguise, public-houses in Leeds and Maccles- 
field ; gave results in articles and addresses. 
Publications : Rambles in Rome ; Moral 
Studies in Paradise Lost; Articles in de 
nominational and other Magazines. Re 
creation: Country rambles. Address: 84 
Lister Avenue, Bowling Hall Road, Brad 
ford. P. 

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BODEN, Rev. Frederick; b. Oct. 8, 1858, at 

Ashton-on-Mersey ; s. of John Boden, of 
Manchester ; m. Mary Josephine, d. of Rev. 
Joseph Posnett ; one s. one d. Educ. Private 
school, Manchester ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1884. Missionary in Wuchang Dist., China, 
1884-92. Address: Rydal Mount, Cowes, 
Isle of Wight. W. 

BOLITHO, Rev. Herbert William ; b. NOV. 29, 

1878, at Plymouth; m. 1907, Miss M. H. 
Harmer, of Brighton. Educ. Plymouth 
Public School; e. m. 1900. Member of 
Poplar Board of Guardians, 1910-13; on 
Poplar and Stepney Sick Asylum Board of 
Managers (L.G.B. Rep.), from 1910 ; Supt. of 
Poplar and Bow Circuit. Address : 18 Wood 
stock Road, Poplar, Condon, E. U. 

BOLLAND, Senior ; b. Sept. 18, 1873, at Lower 
Wortley, nr. Leeds ; s. of John Bolland ; m. 
Jane, d. of E. Beaumont, J.P. Educ. Village 
school and Leeds Univ. Designer of Worsted 
Coatings. Local Preacher since 1892 ; S.S. 
Supt. ; Church Sec. since 1891. Recreation : 
Cricket. Address: Prospect House, Lower 
Wortley, nr. Leeds. U, 

BOLTON, Rev. James ; b. Oct. 6, 1843, at Bir 
mingham ; s. of James Bolton, of Birming 
ham ; m. Margaret E., d. of William Hunter, 
of Glasgow ; three s. two d. Educ. Privately ; 
Richmond and Headingley Colls. ; e. m. 1869. 
Address : Eastdene, Sandy Lane, Wallington, 
Surrey. W. 

BOLTON, Jeanie ; b. at Glasgow ; y. d. of Rev. 
John Hay; m. Joseph S. Bolton, M.D. 
(Edin.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Beechholme Ministers Daughters 
School. Class-leader; Leader of Mothers 
Meeting; Temperance speaker on B.W.T.A. 
Public Speakers list ; interested in Foreign 
Missions and mission study classes ; Member 
of Boarding-out Com. for Union Children and 
After-care. Com. ; first Lady to be elected 
as Rep. to Conference. Recreations : Music 
and golf. Address: 88 Mansfield Road, 
Nottingham. W. 

BOMFORD, Thomas Reginald ; m. Nora Best, 
of Caddecroft, nr. Pershore ; three s. three d. 
Farmer. Local preacher, Society Steward of 
Drakes Brough ton Chapel. Address: Stoul- 
ton, Worcester. P. 

BONAS, Francis John; b. Dec. 20, i860, at 

Fazeley, nr. Tamworth ; s. of Joseph Bonas ; 
m. M. Harriett Winstanley, of Sandbach ; one 
d. Educ. Tamworth, and Westminster Train 
ing Coll. Formerly Head Master of Wes. day 
school, Sandbach, now Tape Manufacturer. 
Local Preacher, Class-leader, Sec. of Dist. 
Class-leader s Com. ; voluntary Organist and 
Choirmaster at Ashbourne Road Wes. Church ; 
Pres. of Adult Bible-class ; Rep. to Conference 
1904 ; Member of Connexional Class-leaders 
Com. Recreations : Music, cycling, and tennis, 
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Address: 197 Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

W. 

BOND, Rev. George ; b. Feb. 3, 1848, at Hetton, 

Durham, Eng. ; s. of Thomas Greener and 
Dorothy Bond ; m. 1st, Annie Robinson, of 
North Shields, Eng. ; 2nd, Barbara Harvey, 
of Canterbury, N.Z. ; three s. two d. Educ. 
Wes. day school, Houghton-le-Spring, Durham; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1869. After three 
years in Richmond, was chosen to go to New 
Zealand, arrived in the Colony in Feb. 1873 ; 
Assist. Sec. of N.Z. Conference, 1886 ; elected 
Pres. of Conference, 1892 ; for 15 years 
Chan-man of District. Recreation : Garden 
ing. Address: 138 Grafton Road, Auckland, 
New Zealand. A. 

BOND, Rev. George John, B.A. ; b. July i, i860, 

at St. John s, Newfoundland ; $. of John 
Bond, Merchant of St. John s, Newfoundland ; 
m. Lucy Amelia Macpherson (deceased), of 
St. John s ; four s. three d. Educ. Gen. 
Protestant Acad., St. John s, Mount Allison 
Univ., Sackville, New Brunswick ; e. m. 1871. 
Sec. of Newfoundland Conference, 1883, 1884 ; 
Pres of Newfoundland Conference, 1885, 
1888 ; Pres. of Nova Scotia Conference, 1911 ; 
Member of General Conference, 1890, 1898, 
1902, 1910; Member of Gen. Board of 
Missions, 1885, 1888, 1890, 1910, 1911; 
Member of Board of Regents, Mt. Allison 
Univ., 1893-1906 ; Member of Oecumenical 
Conference of 1911, representing the Nova 
Scotia Conference. Travelled round world, 
1907-8; Egypt, Palestine, 1897; China, 
Japan, 1908. Publications: Connexional 
Editor, Wesleyan, 1895-1902, Christian 
Guardian, 1902-6 ; Skipper George Netman : 
a Story of Newfoundland Methodism, 1906 ; 
Vagabond Vignettes (travel sketches in 
magazine) ; Our Share in China, 1908 (2nd 
ed. 1911). Address: 94 Dresden Row, 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. C. 

BONE, Rev. Charles ; b. Feb. 1, 1853, at Budock, 
Falmouth ; s. of James and Mary Jane Bone ; 
m. Jane Cook, of Grimsby ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Village school ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1879. Spent 30 years in China ; Chairman of 
Canton Dist., China, for many years. Publi 
cations : Commentary on Revelations, 2 vols. ; 
A Catechism of Christian Doctrine for re 
moving Doubts (both in Chinese). Recrea 
tion: Hard work. Address: 2 Morrison Hill, 
Hong-Kong. W. 

BOOTE, Rev. Richard Watson, B.SC. (Lond.) ; 

b. May 14, 1878, at Bradford, Yorks ; s. of 
Richard Twemlow Boote, of Sheffield ; m. 
Violetta Knight, of Bradford ; one d. Educ. 
Wesley and Univ. Colls., Sheffield; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1902. Principal, Wes. 
Mission High School, Mysore City, S. India, 
since 1902. Address : Mysore City, S. India. 
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BOOTE, Rev. William John ; b. Dec. 16, 1848, 

at Wistaston, Cheshire ; s. of Richard Twem- 
low Boote and Mary Platt ; m. Sarah Eliza 
beth, e. d. of Thomas Button, of Faddiley, 
Nantwich ; two d. Educ. Nantwich ; D ids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1873. Written largely for 
daily press. Recreations : Cycling and tennis. 
Address: The Manse, 68 Park Road, Black 
pool. W. 

BOOTH, Rev. Henry Madeley ; b. Dec. 6, 1845, 

at Marylebone, I/jndon ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Madeley Booth ; m. Emma, y. d. of Thomas 
Nicholson, of South Carlton, I^incoln ; one s. 
four d. Educ. Tottenham Court Road British 
school; Christ Church, Albany Street, Com 
mercial School ; Peckham Birkbeck School ; 
e. m. 1865 ; superannuated, 1909. Publica 
tions : Homiletic Commentary on St. Matthew s 
Gospel in conjunction with Rev. W. Sunder- 
and lyewis, M.A. ; In Memoriam of Rev. W. 
Howard. Address : Bardsley Gate House, 
Matley, nr. Stalybridge. U. 

BOOTH, Rev. John William ; b. May 2, 1855, 

at Honley, nr. Huddersfield ; s. of William 
Booth ; m. Alice, e. d. of T. Fenwick Reed, of 
Jarrow-on-Tyne ; three s. one d. Educ. Spof- 
forth Academy ; Prospect House Academy, 
Tockwith; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1878. 
Sec. of Liverpool Ministers Meeting, 1892-4 ; 
Sec. of Manchester Wes. Council, 1897-1900; 
Wes. Chap, of Dartmoor Convict Prison, 
1906-9 ; Pres. of Swinton (I^ancs), Abingdon 
(Berks), and Tavistock F.C.C. ; Sec. of 
Middlesbrough F.C.C. Recreations: Garden 
ing, botany, and cycling. Address : 24 Park 
Road, N., Middlesbrough. W. 

BOOTH, Richard Wilson, J.P. ; b. June 5, 1841, 
at Dublin ; m. Anne, d. of Roger Homer ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Wes. Coll., Dublin. 
Merchant. Circuit Steward ; Treas. Super 
numerary Ministers Fund ; Member of Com. 
of Management of Irish Methodist Conference. 
Recreation : Motoring. Address : Victoria 
House, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. W. 

BOOTH, Robert, J.P. ; b. Nov. 8, 1833, at 
Dublin ; e. s. of late James Booth, of Dublin ; 
m. 1st, Emily Mary, d. of Michael Webster, 
Dublin (one d.) ; 2nd, Annie I/avinia, d. of late 
Rev. John Wood ; one s. Educ. Old Con- 
nexional School, Dublin. Treas. of Educa 
tion Fund, Irish Twentieth Century Fund, 
Donations and Bequests, &c. ; Member of 
Comm. of Management of Irish Meth. Con 
ference ; I^ay Rep. to British Conference; 
Urban Dist. Councillor of Rathmines & 
Rathgar. Recreations : Motoring, music, 
literature, and photography. Address : 
Bartra Hall, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. Clubs : 
Automobile and I/einster Club, Dublin. W. 

BOOTH, Rev. William Henry, F.R.G.S. ; b 

May 11, 1849, at Hornsea ; s. of Rev. Henry 
J. Booth; m. Eliza, d. of Alderman Porrett, 
J.P., of Scarborough ; two $. one d. Educ. 

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BOTTELEY 

Woodhouse Grove School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1871. Publications : Fortunes and Mis 
fortunes ; Nehemiah in Homiletical Com 
mentary, and various Articles. Recreations : 
Photography and travel. Address: Stanley 
Mount, Taunton Road, Ashton-under-I^yne. 
W. 

BORDEN, Rev.B. C., D.D. ; b. Nov. 27, 1850, at 
Avonport, Nova Scotia ; s. of George Newton 
and Miriam Borden ; m. Alice S. Bluck, of 
Hamilton, Bermuda; two d. Educ. Acacia 
Villa, Hortonville, U.S., and Mount Allison 
Univ. ; e. m. 1874. Appointed Principal of 
the Mount Allison Indies Coll., Sackville, 
N.B., in 1885; filled the Chair of Political 
Science, Mt. Allison Univ., for 20 years, while 
acting as Principal of the Indies Coll. ; 
received degree of D.D., Mt. Allison Univ., 
1893 ; appointed Pres. Mt. Allison Univ., 
Sackville, N.B., 1911. Address: Sackville, 
New Brunswick, Canada. C. 

BOSTON, Francis, J.P. ; b. 1857, at Sandbach , 
s. of late Francis Boston, of Sandbach ; fw. 
I,. A., d. of James Barnes, J.P., of Tiverton. 
Devon ; two s. four d. Educ. Clevedon Coll. 
Tanner. J.P. for County of Chester ; Member 
of C.C. for Cheshire, 1904-7. Address: Halton 
Grange, nr. Runcorn, Cheshire. W. 

BOSWARD, Rev. Samuel Thomas, B.A. ; 6. Jan. 

20, 1846 ; s. of J. J. Bosward ; m. Miss Walker, 
of Shrewsbury ; four s. five d. Educ. Wood 
St. School, Birmingham ; Richmond Coll. ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Publications : 
Occasional Sermons and Magazine Article!. 
Address: Epworth House, Carr Road, 
Nelson. W. 

BOSWARD, Rev. Wesley Thomas ; b. Oct. 8, 

1878, at Birmingham ; s. of Rev. James 
Joseph and Agnes Bosward. Educ. Privately ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1903. Sub-Tutor for 
two years at Richmond. Before entering 
the Ministry Assistant Master at Brunswick 
House School, Maidstone. Recreations : Geo 
logy ; various outdoor games (e.g. tennis, 
cricket, etc.). Address: Elvaston Road, 
Hexham. W. 

BOTH ERAS, Rev. John, F.S.Sc.A. ; b. 1846, at 
St. Paul, nr. Penzance ; s. of Daniel Botheras ; 
m. Mildred Babbage, 1874, of Bristol ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Wes. day school, Penzance; 
privately ; e. m. 1867. Principal of Stafford 
Coll., Forest Hill, S.E., since 1897. Contri 
butor to Magazines and Newspapers. A ddress : 
Stafford College, Forest Hill, S.E. U. 

BOTTELEY, James; b. 1839; s. of James 
Botteley, Hill Top, West Bromwich ; rn. 
Elizabeth Gould Thomas, of Milford Haven; 
four s. two d. Educ. Wes. Coll., Taunton, and 
private schools. I^ocal Preacher ; has filled all 
offices open to laymen ; Member of Chapel and 
Home Mission and other Corns. Has served 
on numerous public bodies for many years. 
Recreations : Collecting Methodist antiquities 

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and fishing. Address: Westcourt, Moseley, 
Birmingham. W. 

BOTTERELL, Richard Moon ; 6. May 10, 1867 
at Liskeard; s. of James Hoskin Botterell ; 
tn. Kate May Colmer, of Liskeard ; three d. 
Educ. Wadham House. Jeweller, &c. 
Trustee, Society Steward; Circuit and Dist. 
Foreign Miss. Sec. ; S.S. Sec. Recreation : 
Motoring. Address: Fore St., Liskeard, 
Cornwall. W. 

BOULTER, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 16, 1843, at 
Selby ; s. of John and M. A. Boulter ; m. 
Ellen, d. of Dennis Roberts, of Doncaster ; 
five s. three d. e. m. 1866. Financial Sec. 
of the Bath Dist. 1885-6. Address: Man 
grove, Cranewater Avenue, Southsea. W. 

BOULTON, Rev. Ernest ; b. Oct. 27, 1877, at 

Newland, Glos ; s. of Joshua Boulton, 
Sluvad, Ponlypool ; m. Emily, d. of late Rev. 
Joshua Fielden ; one d. Educ. Board School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1904. Member of 
Bedwellty Board of Guardians. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Blackwood, Mon. W. 

BOURNE, Rev. Arthur ; b. Dec. 15, 1849, at 

Burslem ; s. of Samuel Bourne ; m. Annie 
Blackhurst, of Burslem ; four c. Stud. 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m, 1873. Missionary in 
Jamaica, 1874-86. Address: Prospect House, 
Leek. W. 

BOVARD, Rev. Freeman Daily, A.M., Ph.D., 

D.D. ; b. Jan. 9, 1851, at Alpha, Indiana ; 
s. of James and Sarah (Young) Bovard ; m. 
Miss Sallie, of North Jeffersonville, Indiana ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Hanover Coll., De Pauw 
Univ. ; e. m. 1873, South-east Indiana Con 
ference. Professor of Mathematics, Univ. of 
Southern California, 1880-5 ; Member of Gen. 
Conferences, 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1912 ; 
Member of Oecumenical Conference, 1911 ; 
Fraternal Del. to Meth. Ch. of Canada, 1910. 
Editor of California Christian Advocate since 
1900. Address: 5 and 7 City Hall Avenue, 
San Francisco, California. M.E.Ch. 

BOWE, Rev. William ; b. March 6, 1841, at 
Bolton-on-Swale, Yorks ; s. of George Bowe, 
Consett, Co. Durham, e. m. 1861. Treas. of 
the Prim. Meth. Preachers Friendly Society. 
Recreations : Cultivation of chrysanthemums 
and roses. Address : Auburn, Elton Parade, 
Darlington. P. 

BOVVELL, Rev. William ; b. 1861, at Gurney 
Slade, Somerset; s. of William Bowell ; m. 
Phoebe Latchem, of Radstock, Bath. Educ. 
Radstock; United Meth. Coll., Manchester; 
e. m. 1885. Chairman of Lincoln Dist. 1904-5. 
Address: 181 Gt. Cheetham St., Higher 
Broughton, Manchester. U. 

BOWEN, Arthur ; b. June 20, 1875, at Leigh ; 

s. of Roger Bowen. Educ. Leigh Grammar 

School. Stationer. Gen. Sec. for 1st 7 years 

of King St. Wesley Guild, Leigh ; Member of 

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Wesley Guild Central Council. Recreations : 
Hard work and tennis. Address: 69 The 
Avenue, Leigh. W. 

BOWER, Thomas, M.I.C.E. ; b. Nov. 7, 1854, at 

Low Moor, Bradford ; s. of Charles Bower ; 
m. Annie Bower, of LOW Moor, Bradford ; 
one d. Educ. Public schools, Low Moor and 
Bradford. Civil Engineer. Formerly S.S. 
worker; Rep. to Conference at Bradford, 
1910 ; has held many church offices. Ad 
dress : Thomas Bower, Ribble House, W. 
Hartlepool. W. 

BOWES, John Bosworth ; b. April 6, 1836, at 

Benwell ; s. of Hugh and Sarah Bowes ; m. 
1856, Louisa Jane Angus, of Newcastle ; six s. 
four d. Educ. Wes. day school, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Wholesale Stationer and Printer. 
Member of Board of Guardians since 1888 ; 
S.S. Supt. for 40 years. Circuit Steward several 
times ; Choir-master for 50 years ; has con 
ducted many Temperance demonstrations, also 
the Annual Service of Song, a large gathering 
of Choirs, for 36 years. Recreations : Music and 
choir- training. Address: 18 Hawthorn Street, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Club : The liberal, N.C. 
W. 

BOWES, Proctor Edwin ; b. Oct. 15, 1873, at 

Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of John B. Bowes ; 
m. Eudora Wood, of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
one s. one d. Educ. The Royal Grammar 
School. Merchant on Quayside; Importer 
and Exporter ; Sec. of John B. Bowes, Ltd. 
Member of Newcastle Mission Com. ; Poor 
and Society Steward ; Rep. to Confer 
ence, 1906 and 1911. Address: Holmslyn, 
Holywell Avenue, Monkseaton-by-the-sea. W. 

BOWES, Richard Arthur ; b. 1870, Langley Mill, 

Notts. Chairman and Managing Director of 
John Coy, Ltd., since 1905. Circuit Steward; 
has held office as Poor and Society Steward ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1908 and 1909. Pres. of 
Leicester Branch of L-P. Mutual Aid Assoc. 
Address : 18 Mecklenburg St., Leicester. W. 

BOWKER, Rev. Joseph Henry ; b. April 9, 1867, 

at Blackburn ; s. of Henry Slater Bowker ; 
m. Annie, d. of W. H. Lilburn, of Lincoln ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Blackburn ; Meth. Free 
Church Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1888. Re 
creations: Walking and cycling. Address: 
2 Grasmere Road, Tong Road, Leeds. U. 

BOWRAN, Rev. John George ( Ramsay 

Guthrie ) ; b. June 25, 1869, at Gateshead; 
s. of William Bowran ; m. 1st, E. B. 
Robson, Oxford Villa, Gateshead ; 2nd, 
E. H. Davison, Oakhurst, Chester-le- 
Street; three s. one d. Educ. Wes. 
School, Gateshead ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1889. Publications : On God s Lines ; 
Kitty Fagan; Black Dyke; A Son of the 
Silence; Neddy Jacques; Davie Graham, 
Pitman ; Elsie Macgregor ; The Maddisons 
of Moor lea ; Idylls of Rosehill ; The Cranstous; 



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The Canny Folks o Coal- Vale ; elected Vice- 
Editor at Conference of 1911. Address : 27 
Hartington Road, Stockton-on-Tees. P. 

BOYD, Rev. Samuel Thomas, B.A. ; b. 1850, at 

Belfast; s. of Thomas Boyd ; m. Sarah Ma 
tilda, 2nd d. of John H. Halliday, M.D., of 
Belfast ; four c. Educ. Belfast Academy ; 
Queen s Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1874. Assist. 
Sec. of Irish Conference, 1898 ; Sec. 1908 ; 
Sec. of Methodist Orphan Society, 1895 ; 
Treas. 1898. Address: Madeley, Eglinton 
Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. W. 

BOYDEN, Rev. Arthur Henry, B.A., B.SC., B.D. 

(I/>nd.j i; *. of Rev. W, Boyden, Ex-Pres. 
of U.M.F.C. ; m. Mary G. Steel, of South- 
port ; one d. Educ. Ashville Coll. ; I,an- 
cashire Independent Coll. ; Owens Coll., Man 
chester ; Warburton Scholar of Victoria 
University ; Cobden Club Prizeman in Po 
litical Economy ; Prizeman in Hebrew and 
New Testament Greek at London Univ. ; 
entered Congregational Ministry 1897, and 
received into U.M.F.C. Ministry 1906. Publi 
cations : Local Control of Liquor Traffic ; 
University (50) Prize Essay. Recreation : 
Cycling. A ddress : The Manse, Cleckheaton, 
Yorks. U. 

BOYER, Rev. Frederick Cartwright ; b. June 4, 

1853, at Bowdon, nr. Manchester ; s. of 
Edward Boyer, of Bowdon ; m. Marianne, 
d. of Charles Pearson, of Withington, Man 
chester ; three s. Educ. Wesley Coll., 
Sheffield ; Manchester Grammar School ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1881. Became a 
minister of the New South Wales Conference 
of the Meth. Church of Australasia in 1882. 
Publications : The Romanizing of the Church 
of England ; or, the Imminent Peril of Great 
Britain and her Colonies. Recreation : Music. 
Address: Rockdale, Sydney, New South 
Wales. A. 
BRACKEN, Rev. William Armstrong ; b. Sept. 

14, 1853, at Blacklion, Co. Cavan ; s. of 
William C. Bracken, J.P., of Blacklion; m. 
Fanny, y. d. of Sam. W. Levis, Skibbereen ; 
seven e. Educ. Wesley Coll., Dublin ; Metho 
dist Coll., and Queen s Coll., Belfast, e. m. 
1876. Elected to Legal Hundred, 1910 ; Rep. 
to Canadian Gen. Conference, 1910. Address : 
Ashgrove, Holybrook Road, Clontarf, Dublin. 
W. 
BRADBEER, Harry; b. Sept. 13, 1869, at 

Exeter ; s. of George and Caroline Bradbeer : 
m. Jessie Higgins, of Bristol ; two s. one d 
Educ. Mint Wes. day school, Exeter. Builder 
and Contractor ; Director of Exeter Brick 
and Tile Co., Ld. Circuit Steward ; has held 
various church offices. Recreations : Music 
and fishing. Address : 8 Marlborough Road 
Mount Radford, Exeter. W. 

BRADBURY, Rev. John ; b. July 27, i860, at 
Derby ; s. of Joseph and Elizabeth Bradbury 



of Derby ; m. Gertrude Wain, of Derby ; one 
s. two d. Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1890. Publications : Has written C.E. 
topics in Springtime for eight years; con 
ducted the devotional column for five years 
in Prim. Meth. Deader, and edited Memorial 
Volume of Addresses of late H. O. H. Richard 
son. Recreation : Entertaining friends. A d- 
dress : Horn ebay, Park Avenue, Blackpool. P 

BRADDEN, William James ; b. Sept. 29, issi, 

at Birmingham ; s. of John Bradden ; m. 
Mary Phillips Elliott, of Brixham; two c. 
Educ. British School, Croydon ; Borough 
Road Coll., 1870. Schoolmaster. Circuit 
Steward for 12 years, S.S. Supt. for 30 years ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1909 ; Member of Urban 
Dist. Council for 21 years ; greatly interested 
in Temperance work. Recreation : Garden 
ing. Address: Montrose, S. Furzeham Road, 
Brixham. W. 

BRADFIELD, Rev. William, B.A. ; b. Dec. 15, 
1859, at Kingsclere; s. of James Bradfield, 
Fox Grove, Kingsclere ; m. Annie Mary, d. of 
Walter Lanning, Warminster; two s. one d. 
Educ. Private School, Newbury ; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1884. Elected to Legal Hundred, 
1907 ; Warden of Wesley Deaconess Inst. 
Publications : Church Membership : Scriptural 
Id^ais and Methodist Rules; and Magazine 
Articles. Address : Wesley Deaconess College, 
Ilkley. W. 

BRADFORD, Alfred Ernest, J.P., c.c. ; b. Nov. 
12, 1865, at Yeovil ; s. of J Bradford, Penn 
House, Yeovil ; m. Lily Wilson, e. d. of Rev. 
William Nicholson (Wes. minister). Educ. 
Leys School, Camb. Director of Bradford 
& Sons, Ltd., Grain Merchants, Yeovil, &c. 
Society Steward; has been Circuit Steward, 
also S.S. Sec. Somerset C.C. 1907. Recrea 
tion: Golf. Address: Hendford, Yeovil. 
W. 

BRADLEY, Rev. Whitaker ; b. Sept. 1867, at 
Huddersfield; s. of George Bradley ; m. Ada, 
e . d. of William Meads, of Nottingham. Educ. 
Huddersfield Coll.; e. m. 1893. Address: 
16 Wensleydale Road, Thornbury, Bradford. 
U. 

BRAILSFORD, Alfred Walton ; b. 1846, at Paul 

St., Bristol ; s. of Rev. Willson Brailsford ; 
m. Alice Jane Taylor, of Montreal ; four c. 
Educ. Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove. 
Manufacturer and Colonial Merchant. S.S. 
Supt., Society and Circuit Steward, &c. Re 
creation : Golf. Address : Tinakori, Heaton, 
Bradford. W. 

BRAILSFORD, Rev. Edward John ; b. at Birm 
ingham; s. of Charles J. Brailsford, Archi 
tect ; m. Clara, d. of Henry Pooley, of Liver 
pool ; one s. one d. Educ. Wes. Connexional 
School, Dublin ; Didsbury Coll. ; Edinburgh 
Univ. ; e. m. 1863. Elected to Legal Hundred, 
1901 ; Chairman of Scotland, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, Cornwall, Lincoln, and Exeter 

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BRAITHWAITE THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 

Districts ; Fernley lecturer, 1910 ; Del. 
to the Oecumenical Conferences of 1891 and 
1911. Publications : Richard Watson ; Tales ; 
The Spiritual Sense in Sacred I,egend (Fernley 
lecture) ; Articles in Magazines and I^ondon 
Quarterly ; Hymns in Methodist and other 
Hymn-books. Address: The Manse, Willi ton, 
Somerset. W. 

BRAITHWAITE, Rev. Charles Frederick; b. 

May 4, 1852, at Sheffield; s. of Charles 
Braithwaite ; m. Elizabeth Davies Passmore, 
of Tvvitchen, North Molton, Devon; four s. 
two d. Educ. Wes. day school, and 
privately ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Chairman of Channel Islands Dist. 1905-6. 
Recreation: Cycling. Address: Epworth, 
Park Road, I<owestoft. W. 



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BRAITHWAITE, John Willis ; b. May 25, 1852, 

at Bishop Auckland ; s. of Matthew Braith 
waite ; nt. Ada, d. of Rev. Thos. Wilkinson ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Belvedere Academy, 
Bishop Auckland. Printer and Stationer. 
Circuit Steward ; S.S. Supt. &c. Recreation : 
Gardening and golf. Address: Stanley 
House, Bishop Auckland. W. 

BRANSOM, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Aug. 18, 1850, 

at I^eighton Buzzard ; s. of James Bransom ; 
m. Annie, d. of Joseph Brandon ; two s. 
two d. Stud. Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1876. 
Missionary in W. Indies, 1876-86. Address : 
The Manse, I^yminge, Kent. W. 

BRASH, Rev. John ; b. NOV. 8, 1830, at Gar- 

stang ; s. of Richard and Elizabeth Brash ; 
m. Susan Henderson, of Ramsey, I.M., 
one s. Educ. Village school; e. m. 185; 
Publications : Our I<ove-feast : Testimonies 
of giving Witnesses; for 10 years Editor of 
The King s Highway. Address : 1 Sandown 
Terrace, Wavertree, Liverpool. W. 
BRASH, Rev. John Denholm ; b. May 2, 1841. 
at Edinbxirgh ; s. of Alexander Brash ; m, 
Mary Jane Bardsley, of Barton-on-Irwell, 
Manchester ; three s. three d. Educ. Southern 
Acad., Glasgow, and Edinburgh ; e. m. 1864. 
Recreations : Reading, and interest in Nature, 
especially bird-life. Address : 20 Endwood 
Court Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. W. 

BRASH, Rev. William Bardsley, B.D. frond.) ; 

b. Dec. 23, 1877, at Pudsey, I^eeds ; s. of Rev. 
John Denholm Brash ; m. Florence Mary, d. 
of Rev. W. II. Wall, of Nottingham ; one d. 
Educ. Kingswood School ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1901. Marshall Scholarship (Greek 
Testament) 1909. Address : 157 Holly Road, 
Handsworth, Birmingham. W. 

BREARLEY, Joe, J.P. ; b. 1854, at Halifax ; s. 
of John Brearley ; m. Margaret Ann, only d. of 
John Driver, of Halifax ; two s. one d. Educ. 
West Grove Academy, Halifax. Boot Manu 
facturer. Alderman and J.P. ; Member of 
Education Com. ; Chairman of Improvement 
Com. S.S. Supt. ; Circuit and Society 
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Steward for 25 years ; Member of Missionary 
Executive and Quarterly Board ; Dist. Treas. 
of Missionary Com. ; for 11 years Hon. Auditor 
for Prim. Meth. Connexion ; has been Pres. 
of liberal Association. Address: Rose I,ea, 
Hipperholme, nr. Halifax. P. 

BREED, John Bennington ; b. June 17, 1852, at 

Wendling, Norfolk ; s. of Wm. Bennington 
and Mary Ann Breed ; m. Mrs. E. Riley, nee 
Clara Devey, of Bradford; eleven c. Educ. 
evening schools ; Yorkshire Coll. Flag and 
Banner Manufacturer. Has held many church 
offices ; for 25 years Treas. to Trust. Been 
Guardian of Poor for six and a half years ; a 
City Councillor in I^eeds ; Member of Parish 
Council and Urban Dist. Council of Garforth 
since formation. Address: I^idgett House, 
Garforth. P, 

BREEDEN, Rev. John ; b. May 9, 1872, at 
Ivondon ; s. of Frederick and Jane Breeden ; 
m. Frances, d. of J. and A. Cox, of Woburn, 
Beds. Educ. St. John s, I/jndon, S.E. ; 
Handsworth Coll., Birmingham; e. m. 1898. 
In Madras English Circuit, 1898-1911 ; in 
April 1911 sent as Del. from the All-India 
Central Com. in connexion with the Fund 
for the Education of Europeans and Eurasians 
domiciled in India (the aim of this Fund is to 
raise 250,000 in Great Britain so as to enable 
those responsible for European education in 
India to place the schools upon a sound 
financial basis) ; now Organizing Sec. for the 
above Fund. Address: 157-8 St. Stephen s 
House, Westminster, S.W. W. 

BRENCH, George Robinson ; b. March 11, 1864, 

at I/mdon ; s. of George R. and Isabella 
Brench ; m. Eleanor Moffat, of Orton ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Gt. Yarmouth Grammar 
School and privately. Accountant the Univ. 
of I^eeds. Circuit Steward, Circuit Treas. 
of Worn-Out Ministers Fund, &c. Recrea 
tions : Cycling and gardening. Address: 
Beechwood, Halton, I Y eeds. W. 

BRETHERTON, Rev. Francis Fletcher, B.A. 

(I y ond.) ; b. Aug. 7, 1868, at Brixton ; s. of late 
Francis Bretherton and of Mrs. Bretherton, 
Tunbridge Wells ; m. Jessie Maud, e. d. of late 
T. G. Osborn, M.A., J.P., Colwyn Bay ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Wes. Coll. (now Queen s), 
Taunton; The Coll., Harrogate; Univ. Coll., 
Ivondon ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Member 
of Editorial Staff of Wes. Historical Society. 
Publications : Early Methodism in and Around 
Chester; Origin and Progress of Methodism 
in Margate. Address: No. 2 Manse, South 
Bar, Banbury. W. 

BRETT, Rev. Frederick William ; b. March, 1846, 

at Stody ; s. of Samuel Eastaugh Brett ; m. 
Mary H. E. Neave, of Great Yarmouth ; one c. ; 
e. m. 1870. Address: 113 Droylsden Road, 
Newton Heath, Manchester. P, 



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BREWER, Rev. James Curtis; b. 1843, at 

Flushing, Cornwall ; s. of John Brewer ; m. 
Hannah, e. d. of Rev. James Thomas Hartwell, 
for 35 years missionary in the W. Indies ; three 
s. four d. Educ. Falmouth Grammar School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Missionary in 
Antigua and British Guiana, 1868-79. Ad 
dress : Boroughbridge, Yorks. W. 

BREWIN, Rev. Robert ; b. April 11, 1842, at 

Mountsorrel, Leicestershire; s. of Simeon 
Brewin, of Mountsorrel. Educ. Loughborough, 
Barrow-on-Soar, and Edinburgh (Univ.) ; 
Medallist Edin. 1873 (Eng. Lit.); e. m. 
1864. Sec. of Evangelistic Mission, 1892-6 ; 
Editor of Welcome Words, 1877 to 1891. 
Publications : Memoirs of Rebecca Wakefield ; 
The Martyrs of Golbanti ; Among the Palms ; 
Sanctified Humour ; In the Flowery Land ; 
Gospel Sermons for Children ; Feeding the 
Lambs ; Starting Heavenward ; Memoir of 
Mrs. Griffiths. Addtess: 106 Park Road, 
Loughborough. U. 

BREWIS, Rev. John Thomas, M.A., B.D. ; b. 

Aug. 14, 1879, at Gateshead ; s. of Thomas 
Brewis ; m. Lois Helena Dye, of Bury, Lanes. 
Stud. U.M. Coll., Manchester, and Manchester 
Univ. ; e. m. 1901. Miller Scholarship U.M. 
Coll., 1901-2 ; David S. Bles Hebrew Prize 
and Senior Bishop Lee Greek New Testament 
Prize at Manchester Univ., 1904; awarded 
first Graduate Scholarship in Theology at 
Manchester Univ. 1906; Tutor in New 
Testament Greek at U.M. Coll., Manchester, 
since 1906 ; Assist. Lecturer in Hebrew at 
Manchester Univ. 1909-10. Address : 152 
Palatine Road, Blackpool. U. 

BRICE, Rev. Alfred ; b. Jan. 3, 1845, at Hud- 

dersfield ; s. of Rev. Edward Brice ; m. Bessie, 
d. of Thomas Williams, of Plymouth. Educ. 
New Kingswood School; Wolverhampton 
Grammar School; Victoria Coll., Jersey; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Recreation : Golf. 
Address: 196 Union St., Plymouth. W. 

BRIDGE, Rev Jabez ; b. Jan. 26, 1853, at 
Mawdesley ; s. of Thomas Bridge, Florida, 
Burscough, Lanes ; m. Ellen Wells, of South- 
port ; three c. Stud, at Richmond Coll. e. m. 
1879. Missionary in the Bahamas, 1880-4 ; 
Chairman of Sierra Leone and Gambia Dist., 
W. Africa. 1892-6. Address : 205 Waterloo 
Road, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. W. 

BRIDGE, James Hy. ; b. March 11, 1865, at 

St. Helens ; s. of Henry and Elizabeth Bridge ; 
m. Jeanie E. Blackwood, of Glasgow ; two d. 
Educ. National schools, St. Helens. Agent. 
Circuit Steward, Local Preacher, Trustee. 
Recreation: Travelling. Address: Welling 
ton Villa, St. Helens. W. 

BRIGDEN, Rev. Thomas Edwin ; b. March 16, 

1852, at Worthing ; s. of Thomas and Eliza j 
Brigden ; m. 1884, Susie Jolly, of Long Strat- 
ton; four c. Educ. Brighton Road School; j 



Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Publications : 
History of British Methodism, 3 vols. (in 
Hurst s Illust. Hist., 7 vols.) ; Section on John 
Wesley in New History of Methodism ; Ar 
ticles on Hist, and Lit, in various periodicals. 
Co-Editor, Wes. Hist. Soc. Recreations : 
Collector of Wesleyana, and 18th cent, 
books and prints; studies in child-life. 
Address : 17 Grange Road, Lewes. W. 

BRIGG, Rev. Henry Oswald ; b. Feb. 21, 1873, 

at Herschel, S. Africa ; s. of Rev. Arthur Brigg, 
for 26 years missionary in S. Africa ; m. 
Annie Elizabeth, d. of Peter Collins, of 
Broughton, Cumberland ; three s. Educ. 
Kingswood ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1897. 
Recreations: Hunting and tennis. Address: 
Tegwani, Plumtree, S. Rhodesia. W. 

BRIGGS, William Arthur, J.P. ; b. March 10, 
1866, at Hogsthorpe ; s. of Charles Briggs, of 
Hogsthorpe, Lines ; m. Emily, d. of William 
Davies, London; three s. three d. Educ. 
Privately. Farmer and Stockgrazier. Mem 
ber of the Board of Guardians, the Rural Dist. 
Council, and Old Age Pensions Com. ; a 
Freemason ; Local Preacher and Class-leader ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1905 and 1910 ; Member 
of Dist. Home Mission Com., &c. Recrea 
tions : Shooting, cricket, croquet, &c. Ad 
dress : Farlesthorpe House, nr. Alford, Lines. 
W. 

BRIGGS, Rev, W. Milburn ; b. Aug. 14, 1849, at 

St. Austell, Cornwall ; s. of Rev. Frederick 
W. Briggs, M.A. ; m. Annie, d. of William 
Soutter, of Birmingham ; two s. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1871. Publications : A few Scientific Articles. 
Recreations : Walking and cycling. Address : 
Wesley Manse, Trevethan Road, Falmouth. W. 

BRIGHT, Rev. William Henry ; b. NOV. 15, 1858, 

at Devonport; m. Amelia, d. of Sampson 
Sleep, of Landulph, Cornwall ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Stoke (Higher) School, Devonport, 
1865-78 ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Spe 
cially interested in Foreign Missions ; has held 
Circuit and Dist. Missionary Secretaryships 
for 20 years; Member of Gen. Missionary 
Com. 1909-10. Address: West Park St., 
Dewsbury. W. 

BRIGHTON, Benjamin Ebenezer ; b. April 25, 

1876, at Camberwell ; s. of Thomas and Sarah 
Brighton ; m. Kate Selina, d. of Thomas and 
Mary EHz. Elmitt, of Thorpe Tilney, Lines ; 
two s. Educ. National School, Swineshead, 
and Grammar School, Donington. Grocer 
and Draper. Local Preacher and Circuit 
Steward. Address: New York, Lincoln. W. 

BRIMELOW, William, J.P.; b. Sept. 17, 1837, 
at Warrington ; s. of James Brimelow ; tn. 
Susan, d. of Richard Mee, of Warrington ; aix 
s. two d. Educ. Public Day School and Pri 
vate Academy. J.P. for Borough of Bolton 
and County of Lancaster ; Journalist, Editor 

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of Bolton Evening News and Lancashire Series 
of Journals ; past Pres. of Independent Metho 
dist Connexion ; represented the Denomination 
at the Methodist Oecumenical Councils London 
1881, Washington 1891, Condon 1901 ; Pres. 
of Bolton Federation of F.C.C.; Member of 
National F.C.C. ; on Bolton School Board and 
Education Com. for 25 years ; Deputy Chair 
man of Bolton Grammar School Governors ; 
twice Chairman of Press Association; on 
Deputation of English Journalists to Germany, 
1907; and Member* of Imperial Press Con 
ference, 1909. Address : Carlyle House, Bolton. 
Club : National Liberal. 7. 

BRIMMELL, Rev. William Langdon ; 6. June 4. 

1853; s. of John Brimmell, Newspaper Pro 
prietor, Launceston ; m. Alice Wise, of 
Launceston ; six c. Educ. Horwell s Endowed 
School, Launceston; Didsbury Coll.; e. m, 
1880. Army and Navy Chap, since 1892. 
Office : The Welcome, Soldiers and Sailors 
Home, Fore Street, Devonport. Residence : 3 
Trcvarthian Terrace, Devonport. W. 

BRISCOE, Rev. Frederick John ; b. Sept. 3, 1861, 

at Dawley, Salop ; s. of James Briscoe ; m. 
Salome, d. of Rev. John Nisbet, Co. Hobart, 
Tasmania ; two s. two d. Educ. Abbey 
House School, Tewkesbury ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1886. Principal of Kilnerton Training 
Inst. ; Sec. of Transvaal Synod, 1902-10. 
Recreation: Walking. Address: Kilnerton, 
Private Bag, Pretoria, Transvaal. W. 

BRISCOMBE, Rev. Walter ; b. March so, 1836, 

at Whitelee, Batley ; s. of John and Charlotte 
Briscombe, of Batley, Yorks ; m. Jane, widow 
of Robt. Barnaby of Grimsby ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Batley Grammar School, Yorks ; e. m. 
1861. After spending some time in a whole 
sale business establishment, he became master 
of a private day school, from which he was 
called to the Ministry. Publications: Hades, 
Heaven, and Gehenna, and a Harmony of the 
Four Gospels. Recreation: Travel. Ad 
dress : Hillam Royd, Abbey Park Road, 
Grimsby. W. 

BRITTON, Rev. J.Willis J b. 1847, at Pontypool, 
Mons ; s. of late Rev. Maurice Britton ; m. 
Emily J. S., e. d. of late Wm. Jones, of Sunny- 
side, Felcham, Surrey ; two s. three d. Educ. 
New Kingswood School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1871. Chairman of Devonport and 
Plymouth Dist. 1908 and 1909. Address : 57 
Church Road, Richmond, Surrey. W. 

BRITTON, Rev. Wm. Jonathan ; b. March 4, 

1851, at Northallerton ; s. of William and 
Elizabeth Thompson Britton ; m. Priscilla 
Jackson, of Goole ; five s. one d. Educ. 
Northallerton Grammar School ; private 
school, East Keswick ; Headingley Coll.; 
e. m. 1876. Publications : Illustrated Circuit 
Articles. Recreations : Reading, travelling, 
and circuit work. Address: 1 Maindy 
Crescent, Pentre, Rhondda. W. 



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BROAD, Rev. John Nanscawen ; s. of Richard 

Broad ; m. Mary Ann Toms, d. of Thomas and 
Elizabeth Northcott, of Pelynt. Educ. 
Private schools ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Converted when a boy of fourteen through 
reading the Life of William Carvosso, he has 
ever retained an enthusiastic interest in the 
moral and spiritual welfare of the young. 
Address: Carharrack, Scorrier, S.O., Corn 
wall. W. 

BROAD, MiSS Lucy ; d. of Richard Broad, of 
Caduscott, Liskeard, Cornwall. Educ. Private 
school, Saltash. World s worker for the 
Women s Christian Temperance Union, and 
has travelled 100,000 miles on two tours, in 
connexion with the same. Two great pas 
sions are Foreign Missionary and Temperance 
Work. Has visited many Foreign Missionary 
Stations, helped in them, and collected in 
formation, and has much interest in writing 
and speaking about the work. Publication : 
A Woman s Wanderings the World Over. 
Recreation: Walking. Address: Co. Rev. J. 
N. Broad, Carharrack, Scorrier, R.S.O., 
Cornwall. W. 

BROADBENT, Benjamin, M.A. (Oxon), J.P.; 
b. May 7, 1850, at Longwood Edge ; s. of John 
Broadbent, Longwood Edge, Huddersfield ; 
m. Louisa A., d. of William Keighley, of 
Huddersfield; one s. Educ. Huddersfield 
Coll. ; King s Coll., London ; Queen s Coll., 
Oxford. Woollen Merchant and Manufacturer 
and Mill-owner. Mayor of Huddersfield, 
1904-6; Alderman; Chairman of Health 
Com. Class-leader, Chapel Steward, S.S. 
Supt., Leader of Young Men s Class, &c. 
Publications : Various papers connected with 
public health. Recreations : Walking and 
reading. Address: Gatesgarth, Lindley, 
Huddersfield. W. 

BROADBENT, Rev. James Henry, B.A.; b. 
May 28, 1838, at Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of 
Rev. Samuel Broadbent; m. Mary Jane 
Marsden, of Grimsby. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1860. 
Took part in the establishment of Wesleyan 
Missions in Calcutta and neighbourhood, in 
1862. Address: 14 Worsley St., Grimsby. 
W. 

BROADHEAD, Rev. Joseph Read ; b. May 18, 

1850, in London ; s. of Samuel Broadhead ; 
m. Honor M., d. of J. K. Corderoy, Bexley 
House, Blackheath ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Wes. day school, Holmfirth, Yorks ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Missionary in Bengal , 
1876-95. Address: Claremont, Cape Town, 
S. Africa. W. 

BROADLEY, Rev. William, B.SC. ; b. Oct. 24, 

1878, at Keighley ; s. of Daniel Broadley ; 
m. Edith Gertrude Owen, of Carnarvon ; one d. 
Educ. Wes. and Trade and Grammar Schools, 
Keighley ; Leeds Univ. ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1899. Tutor in Ethics and Paychology, 



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U.B.H.S. Contributor to periodicals. Re 
creations : Music and tennis. Address : 
Brantwood, Wombwell, Barnsley. W. 

BROCKSOM, John William ; b. June 8, 1866, at 

Barton-on-Humber ; s. of John Brocksom ; 
m. Sarah Hannah, d. of John Gibson, of W. 
Burton, Notts ; two s. two d. Educ. Leeds 
Mechanics Inst., and King Edward VI. 
Grammar School, E. Retford ; Instructor in 
Mechanics, U.S. Grant University, Athens, 
Tenn., U.S.A. Engineer. Ex-Urban Dist. 
Councillor ; Pres. of Gainsboro and Dist. 
Hospital Saturday Com. Trustee; Society, 
Chapel, and Poor Steward ; Jun. Deader ; 
S.S. Supt., Local Preacher since 1892 ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1910 ; Rep. to 1st World s S.S. 
Convention from the U.S.A. Recreations : 
Cricket and football. Address : Ruthwell, 
Morley St., Gainsborough. W. 

BROMAGE, Rev. Edmund ; b. June 18, 1861, 

at Birmingham ; s. of Rev. Thomas Bromage, 
Ex-Pres. of Wesleyan Reform Union, and 
Hannah Russell, of Birmingham ; m. Harriet, 
fifth d. of late Thomas Tyrell Starmer, 
Wellingborough. Educ. Freeman s Endowed 
School, Wellingborough ; Trained for the 
Scholastic Profession ; e. m. 1889. Editor 
of Christian Words ; Pres. of the Conference, 
1902 ; Gen. Sec. of Wes. Reform Union ; 
Member of General Executive since 1892. 
Recreations: Walking, cricket, football, and 
swimming. Address: 33 Poole Road, Darnall, 
Sheffield. R. 

BROMILOW, Rev. William Edward, D.D. (Hon. 

Aberdeen Univ., Scotland) ; b. Jan. 15, 1857, 
at Geelong, Victoria, Australia ; s. of Thomas 
and Jane Bromilow ; m. April 9, 1879, Harriett 
Lilly, d. of C. W. Thomson, of Little River, 
Viet. Educ. Geelong and Ballarat ; Grenville 
Coll., Ballarat ; Undergraduate of Melbourne 
Univ. ; e. m. 1878. Foreign Missionary for 
30 years (ten years in Fiji, 17 years in British 
New Guinea, three years Deputation) ; 
Pres. of New South Wales Meth. Conference, 
1911; first Chairman of Dist. in British 
New Guinea, 1891-1908 ; first Missionary to 
heathen in the D Entrecasteaux Group, 
British New Guinea, 1891 ; Founded Dist. 
Training Coll., 1906. Publications : Transla 
tion into Papuan of New Testament ; com 
piled Dobuan Vocabulary and Grammar, 
reduced language to writing ; Ethnological 
Papers on Dobu, New Guinea, published in 
extenso by Australasian Science Assoc. ; 
Dobuan Catechism and Hymn-book. Re 
creation: Sight-seeing. Address: Wood 
ward Avenue, Strathfield, New South Wales, 
Australia. A. 

BROMLEY, Rev. Alfred ; b. Feb. 18, 1859, at 

Holbeck, Leeds ; s. of Joseph and Sarah 
Bromley ; m. H. M. Wilkinson, of Liversedge, 
Yorks ; two s. one d. Stud. United 
Methodist Co}l. ; Owens Coll., Manchester; 



e. m. 1882. Chairman of Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Dist. Recreations : Golf and cycling. Ad 
dress : 3 Ashgrove Terrace, Gateshead. U. 

BROMWICH, Rev. Alfred John ; b. Aug. 17, 

1879, at Leamington ; s. of Henry William 
Bromwich ; m. Nellie Summerfield, of Middle- 
wich, Cheshire; one d. Educ. The Modern 
School, Cheltenham ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1902. Recreations: Tennis, cycling, &c. 
Address: Melrose House, Park Street, 
Grimsby. W. 

BROOK, Rev. David, M.A., D.C.I,. (Oxon) ; b. 

Sept. 27, 1854, at Elland ; s. of Joseph Brook ; 
m. 1st, M. E., d. of Rev. Geo. Robinson; 2nd, 
Julia B. Annan, of Bow, London. Educ. 
Crossley and Porter School, Halifax; U.M. 
Coll. and Owens Coll., Manchester; Oxford 
Univ. ; e. m. 1875. Sec. of Free Meth. 20th 
Century Fund, 1899-1905 ; Professor of 
Church History at Denominational College in 
Manchester; Pres. of Meth. Free Church, 
1900-1 ; Pres. of National F.C.C. 1908-9 ; 
Chief Pastorates, Bristol (Redland), and 
Southport (Duke St.). Publications : Oxford 
Methodists in New History of Methodism ; 
1-100 A.D. ; many Sermons. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: 39 Talbot St., Southport. 
T. No. 361, Southport. U. 

BROOKE, Fredrick James ; /. Oct. is, 1855, at 

Bramley, Hants ; s. of Richard Brooke ; m. 
A. I/. Pike, of Kingsbridge ; one s. two d. 
Educ. British school, Reading. Bookseller, 
Stationer, and Printer. Local Preacher, 
Circuit Steward ; has been Rep. to Confer 
ence; Past Pres. and Sec. of Gloucester 
F.C.C. ; Past Pres. of Gloucestershire Federation 
of F.C.C., and Treas. for the Federation and 
F.C.C. ; Pres. of Gloucester Temperance Soc. 
for many years. Publications : Village Idylls 
and Other Verses ; Editor of Gloucester Wes. 
Record. Addresses: 2 Westgate St., and 
(private) 3S Weston Road, Gloucester. W. 

BROOKES, Alfred, J.P. ; b. 1853, at Manchester ; 
m. Elizabeth Taylor (d. Sept. 12, 1910), of 
Bolton. Educ. Elementary Wes. school, 
Gravel Lane, but left before nine years of age. 
Merchant. Sec. and Director, Tootal Broad- 
hurt Lee Co., Ltd., Manchester. Treas. of 
Chapel Com. ; Vice-Pres. of Wes. Guild ; 
Treas. of Social Work, Manchester Mission ; 
Hon. Sec. of Manchester Warehouse and 
Clerks Orphan Schools. J.P. of City of 
Manchester. Recreations : Golf and work. 
Address: 56 Oxford St., Manchester. W. 

BROOKES, Alfred Ernest ; b. Sept. 21, 1858, at 

Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol ; y. s. of Joseph 
Brookes ; m. Florence M. Hall, of Monmouth ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Bristol Trade and 
Mining School. Manufacturer and Com 
mission Agent. S.S. Supt. for 30 years, and 
has held all offices open to laymen except 
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the S. African Wes. Conference to the British 
Conference, 1900, again in 1910. Recreation . 
Tennis. Address: Terminus Street, Easi 
I^ondon, S. Africa. S. A. 

BROOKES, Henry James ; b. Dec. 6, 1847, ai 

Smethwick ; s. of Josiah Brookes, of Smeth 
wick ; m. Annie, d of Israel Parkes, West 
Bromwich ; two s. Educ. Private school 
Manufacturer. Class-leader, Trustee ; formerly 
Circuit Steward for 18 years. Address: West- 
bourne, Smethwick, Birmingham. W. 
BROOKES, Rev. William ; b. 1844, at Smeth. 
wick ; s. of Josiah Brookes ; m. Edith, d. oi 
William G. Breading, Egremont, Cheshire ; 
tvrod. Educ. Private school ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1867. Chairman of Macclesfield Dist. 
Address : Wesley Manse, Whaley Bridge, 
Stockport. W. 

BROOKS, Rev. William ; b. NOV. 15, 1848 ; s . of 

Mr. John Brooks, Doncaster ; m. Mrs. J. T. 
Walters, d. of Rev. Jabez Rought ; four s. one 
d. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Ad 
dress : 6 Richmond Road, Birkdale, South- 
port. W. 

BROOMFIELD.Rev.Richard Francis; b. March 15, 

1849, at Biggleswade, Beds ; s. of Rev. R. W. 
Broomfield ; m. Frances Elizabeth, d. of Rev. 
John Booth ; one s. two d. Educ. Privately ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1873. Specially in 
terested in prison reform and the preventive 
and reformative treatment of juvenile offenders, 
and has visited prisons in Spain, Denmark, 
Holland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Canada, 
and the United States, and studied the pro 
vision for the poor in some of those countries. 
Contributor to Magazines and Newspapers 
on Social Questions. Address: 14 Victoria 
St., Goole. W. 

BROUGH, Joseph, B.A., J,.D. (Cantab); b. 
March 16, 1852, at Newcastle-under-I^yme ; s. 
of William Brough. Educ. Grammar School, 
Newcastle-under-I^yme ; Wes. Coll. Inst., 
Taunton ; Incorporated I<aw Society s Inst. ; 
Cambridge Univ. Solicitor, 1874 ; Professor of 
Philosophy at Univ. Coll., Aberystwyth, 1883. 
I<ocal Preacher ; Member of Com. of Ber- 
mondsey Settlement. Publications : lectures 
on Mental Science; Articles and Reviews in 
Mind, Proceedings of Aristotelian Society, 
Universal Instructor, Encyclopaedia of Re 
ligion and Ethics, &c. Recreations : Music, 
dramatics, archaeology. A ddress : Aberyst 
wyth, Wales. London Clubs: Oxford and 
Cambridge Musical ; Welsh ; Hampden 
Residential. W. 

BROUGHTON, Rev. Ezra ; b. Feb. 5, 1875, at 
Kingston, Berks, Eng. ; s. of John and Jane 
Broughton ; m. Sarah Bretta Weldon, of 
Sackville, N.B., Canada; two c. Educ. 
Mount Allison Univ., Sackville, Canada; 
e. m. 1900. Address : Greenspond, New 
foundland. C. 



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BROWN, Rev. Bramwell ; b. 1858, at Puiham 

St. Mary, Norfolk; s. of C. H. Brown; m. 
Mary Anne, d. of Ellis Easter, Hales, Norfolk ; 
two s. Educ. Norfolk Grammar School; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Address: Brent- 
wood, Ednam Road, Dudley. W. 

BROWN, Rev. Burton Booth ; b. Aug. 12, 1876, 

at Addison, Ont., Canada ; s. of Malcolm 
Brown, Esq., Farmer ; m. I^ouisa May Wash- 
burn, of Soperton, Ont. ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Addison Public school ; Athens High School ; 
Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal; e. m. 1899. 
Parents were of the United Empire loyalist 
stock, whose foreparents in 1776 left U.S.A. 
for the wilds of Upper Canada. Address: 
I^achute, Quebec, Canada. C. 

BROWN, Rev. Charles H., M.A. ; b. Jan. 3, 1882, 

s. of John Brown, Waterloo, Liverpool. Educ. 
Liverpool Coll. ; Victoria Univ. ; e. m. 1904. 
Recreations: Golf and cycling. Address: 
Branscombe, 147 Bearwood Road, Smethwick, 
Birmingham. W. 

BROWN, Rev. Francis George ; b. April 21, 1876, 

at Trealaw, Rhondda Valley ; s. of James 
Brown, Collier ; m. I/ouise, d. of W. Stones, 
Engineer, of Wrockwardine Wood, Salop. 
Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1902. 
Address : Glencoe, Church Stretton, Salop. P. 

BROWN, Rev. Fredk. Henderson ; b. Jan. 6, 

1878, at Sunder land ; s. of William Brown and 
Eliz. H. Bell ; m. Char. M. Dykes, of Brink- 
worth, Wilts, e. m. 1897. Address: The 
Manse, I,ichfield Road, Bloxwich, Walsall. P. 

BROWN, Rev. Frederick, F.R.G.S. ; b. Jan. 25, 

I860, at Bishop Auckland; m. Agnes, d. of 
George Barker, Esq., I+ea Mills, Matlock ; 
three s. one d. Missionary in China since 
1882 ; Chairman of Tientsin Dist. during 
Boxer War ; commandeered as Guide to 
Allies relief of Peking, 1900 ; gave evidence 
to Royal Commission on Opium, 1894 ; acting 
Chap. N. China Command, 1900-10. Publi 
cations : From. Tientsin to Peking with 
Allies; Superstitions in Tientsin. Address: 
Harrogate, Tientsin, China. W. 

BROWN, George, D.D. (Wes. Coll., affiliated 
with McGill Univ., Montreal); C.M.Z.S. 
(I/)nd.) ; Hon. Member Geograph. Soc., Jena ; 
C.M. Royal Societies of Queensland and 
Tasmania ; Hon. Sec. of Australasian Meth. 
Missionary Soc. : b. Dec. 7, 1835, at Barnard 
Castle, Durham ; s. of George Brown, Barrister- 
at-I^aw, Middle Temple ; m. Sarah I^ydia, 
d. of Rev. James Wallis, Wes. Meth. Mis 
sionary to New Zealand, 1834 ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Private school, Barnard Castle ; e. m, 
1860. Missionary in Samoa for 15 years ; 
Pioneer Missionary to New Britain 1875-81, 
to New Guinea 1890-1, and to New Georgia, 
Solomon Islands, 1902 ; Chairman of Dist. 
in Samoa, New Britain, Tonga, and Solomon 
Islands ; Pres. of N.S.W. Conference, 1891 ; 



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Gen. Sec. of Foreign Missions of Meth. Church 
of Australasia, 1887-1908. A Vice-Pres. of 
British and Foreign Bible Soc. Publications : 
George Brown, D.D., Pioneer Missionary and 
Explorer (Condon, 1908) ; Melanesians and 
Polynesians : their Life-histories described 
and compared (London, 1910) ; Papers on 
Anthropology and Ethnology. Recreations: 
Natural history, philology, ethnology, and 
photography. Address : Gordon, New South 
Wales, Australia. A. 

BROWN, J. ; b. Dec. 1, 1850, at Hull ; s. of 
Anthony Brown ; m. Annie E. Strapps, of 
Hull ; one d. Publisher. Chairman and 
Managing Dir. of Brown & Sons, Ltd. Has held 
many church offices. Sheriff and Alderman of 
City of Hull ; Chairman of Municipal Art 
Gallery and Museums Com., also of Corpora 
tion Telephones Com. Address : Hazeldene, 
The Park, Hull. W. 

BROWN, Rev. J. DaviSOn ; 6.1870; m. Beatrice, 

d. of Richard Hargreaves, Oak House, Clith- 
eroe ; two d. Stud. Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1895. Member of the Connexional Temper 
ance and The London Corns. 5 Pres. of the 
Islington F.C.C. 1908, and of Condon Guilds 
Council, 1907 ; a Vice-Pres. of the Union for 
Social Service ; has served on the Southwark 
Borough library Com. and the Islington 
Borough Distress Com. ; Sec. of the Meth. 
Assembly, 1909 ; Sec. of the London Wes. 
Meth. Council, 1909-11 ; Mem. of the Soc. for 
the Study of Inebriety ; lecturer on Tem 
perance and Sociology. Recreations : Golf 
and angling. Address: Aston Villa, New- 
hampton Road West, Wolverharnpton. W. 

BROWN, Rev. J. G. Wheatcrofi ; b. 1859, at 

Longton ; s. of Rev. Robert Brown. Educ. 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Stafford Grammar 
Schools ; Manchester Mechanics lust. ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1882. Minister at Barce 
lona and Madrid, 1882-96. Address : 2 Rad- 
moor Road, Loughborough. W. 

BROWN, Rev. James Marcus ; b. Oct. i, 1867, 

at Southampton ; s. of James Brown and 
Mary Moody ; m. Jessie Keddie, d. of John 
Urquhart, Errol, Perthshire ; one s. one d, 
Educ. Sir Wm. Perkins School, Chertsey ; 

e. m, 1892. Served for two years in W. 
Africa, being the Prim. Meth. pioneer Mis 
sionary into S. Nigeria. Recreations : Walk 
ing, photography, &c. Address: 28 Wyres 
dale Road, Lancaster. P. 

BROWN, John Cowling, J.P., c.c. ; b. Easter 

Sunday, 1860, at Stratton, Cornwall; s. of 
John and Charlotte Brown ; m. Edith Banbury, 
of Launcells, 1885 ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Stratton National School. Principal of Brown 
& Co., Plymouth and Bristol, Merchants and 
Agents; Member of Plymouth C.C. since 
1896; has been Chairman of Finance Com., 
Education Authority, and Chairman of 
Port of Plymouth Chamber of Commerce 



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Circuit Steward. Recreation: Walking on 
Dartmoor. Address : Stamford, Thorn Park, 
Plymouth. W. 

BROWN, Rev. John James ; b. NOV. 16, 1849 ; 

s. of William Brown, Kilkewydd House, 
Welshpool; m. Faith, 5th d. of John B. 
Holman, of Topsham, Devon, and Trays- 
hill Hall, Highgate; two s. two d. Educ. 
Privately; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1873. 
Chairman of Carlisle Dist. 1902-4, and of 
Exeter Dist. 1904-7. Address : Wesley 
Manse, Coton Road, Nuneaton. W. 

BROWN, Rev. John Milton ; b. June 26, 1843, 

at Porlock ; s. of William Brown ; m. Mary, 
e. d. of Bev. John Kilner ; six s. Educ. 
Dunster ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1865. 
Missionary in Ceylon, 1866-83; elected to 
Legal Hundred, 1895 ; Chairman and General 
Supt. of Missions in Bengal, 1883-1901 ; Mis 
sionary Sec. since 1905. Address: Cen 
tenary Hall, 24 Bishopsgate, E.G. W. 
BROWN, Joseph, C.C., J.P., and Aid. of Boro ; 
b. March 3, 1842, at Middleton, Suffolk ; s. of 
John Brown ; m. Annie Hinson, of Bourne, 
Lines ; two s. six d. Educ. Kelsall Gram 
mar School. Manufacturing Chemist. Local 
Preacher, Class-leader, Circuit Steward, and 
Rep. to Conference. For 11 years Pres. of 
Poor Law Unions Assoc. for England and 
Wales. Recreations : Parochial and muni 
cipal work. Address: Ashleigh House, 
Savile Town, Dewsbury. W. 

BROWN, Rev. N. L. ; b. NOV. 10, 1858, at 

Brown s Mills, Pa., U.S.A. ; s. of Joseph and 
Christy A. Brown; m. Hilda J. Starr, of 
Brownsdale, Pa. ; two s. Attended for a time 
Mount Union Coll., Alliance, Ohio (did not 
graduate) ; e. m. 1885. For eight years Sec. 
of Pittsburgh Annual Conference ; a Del- 
elect to the Gen. Conference which meets in 
Minneapolis, Minn., in May 1912. Recrea 
tions : Love to tramp over old battle-fields. 
Address: 7810 Kelly St., Pittsburgh, Pa., 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

BROWN, Rev. Oswald Edward ; b. Feb. 12, 1881, 
at Sunderland ; s. of William Brown ; m. 
Jessie Eva, d. of Rev. William Wiggins ; one s. 
Educ. Hartley Coll. ; e. nt. 1904. Address : 
Glencoe Villas, Market St., Clay Cross, Chester 
field. P. 

BROWN, Rev. Richard Ekins, B.A. ; b. Sept. 30, 

1867, at Raunds, Northants ; s. of 
Samuel Brown ; m. Charlotte Hodgins, M.D., 
of Bradford. Educ. Wes. Coll., Taunton ; 
Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1892. Recreations: 
Golf and chess. Address: New Benwell, 
Newcastle. W. 
BROWN, Rev. William Barlow ; b. 1854, at 

Halliwell, Bolton ; m. 1st, Emily Anne Higson, 
of Bolton (one s.) ; 2nd, Mary Catherine 
Barber, of Harrogate (two s. two d.). Educ. 
Halliwell Road School, Bolton ; Westminster 

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Training Coll. ; e. nt. 1879. Address : The 
Hollies, 6 Hazel Road, Altrincham. W. 

BROWNE, Rev. Joseph Middlebrook ; b. NOV. 1, 

1838, at Cryers Farm, Kildwick, W. Riding, 
Yorks ; s. of Thomas Browne ; m. Rosa 
Gridley, of Wolverhampton ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Privately ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1863. Address: I Mount Terrace, Taunton. 
W. 

BROWNING, Rev. William Henry ; b. NOV. 22, 

1857, at Tavy-St.-Mary, Devon ; s. of John 
and Mary Ann Browning ; m. EHie Grace, d. 
of David Currie, J.P., of Britannia Cove, 
Newfoundland. Educ. Tavistock ; e. m. 
1883. Pres. of Conference, 1906 ; Del. to 
Gen. Conference, 1902-6. Address : Lower 
Island Cove, Newfoundland. C. 

BROWN8COMBE, Alfred, M.A.; b. Dec. 16, 

1877, at Maidstone; s. of William Browns- 
combe, J .P. ; m. Ellen Hilton Moss, 
of Hitchin ; three c. Educ. St. John s 
Coll., Camb. .Schoolmaster. Class-leader and 
Trustee ; Dist. Treas. for Aged Ministers 
Fund. Recreation : College colours for 
cricket and football. Address: Kent College, 
Canterbury. W. 

BROWNSCOMBE, William ; b. June 8, 1849 ; 
s. of James and Elizabeth Brownscombe, 
Appledore, Devon ; m. 1st, Bessie Ran die, of 
Stonehouse, Devon ; 2nd, Nellie Harris, of 
Sheerness ; one s. three d. Educ. Private 
School ; Wes. day school, Barns taple ; P.T., 
Appledore; Westminster Training Coll., 
1868-9 ; Life Fellow of Royal Geographical 
Soc. ; Schoolmaster, Magistrate ; C.C. ; on 
Maidstone Town Council for 24 years (Alder 
man, and Mayor 1901-2). Local Preacher 
since 1866; Principal of Brunswick House 
School, Maidstone, for 34 years; often Rep. 
to Conferences ; Pres. of Kent County Temper 
ance Federation and Kent F.C.C. Address: 
Stream, Williton, Somerset. W. 

BROXAP, Ernest, M.A. ; b. March 25, 1880, at 

Higher Broughton, Manchester; s. of John 
Broxap, of Manchester. Educ. Rydal Mount 
School, Colwyn Bay, and Victoria Univ., 
Manchester. Yarn Salesman. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, S.S. Teacher ; Sec. to Manchester 
Dist. Wesley Guild Council, 1903-9. Publi 
cations : The Great Civil War in Lancashire ; 
Contributions to Owens Coll. Hist. Essays : 
Chetham Miscellanies (New Series), vol. ii., 
and to the English Historical Review. Re 
creations : Mountaineering, lawn tennis, and 
golf. Address : Westcliff, Higher Broughton. 
Manchester. W. 

BROXAP, John, J.P. ; b. Nov. 27, 1836, at 
Downham ; s. of Richard Broxap, Downham, 
Clitheroe ; m. Mary A. Barnes, of Broughton, 
Manchester ; three s. one d. Educ. Bedford 
St., Salford Wes. School. Yarn Agent. J.P. 
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for Salford. Local Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. 
Supt. ; Rep. to Conference ; Pres. of I/. P. 

Mutual Aid Assoc. in 1898 ; Member of Salford 
Education Authority for 25 years. Address : 
351 The Cliff, Broughton, Manchester. W. 

BRUCE, Rev. William ; b. Jan. 1867, at Gates- 
head-on-Tyne ; s. of George Bruce ; m. d. of 
Robt. Wilkinson, of Gateshead ; two s. 
Educ. Wes. day schools, Gateshead ; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. tn. 1S92. Address : Tyneville, 
Tynemouth. W. 

BRUMMITT, Rev. Dan Brearley, A.M., B.D.; 

b. Aug. 13, 1867, at Batley, Yorkshire, Eng. ; 
m. 1894, Stella Wyatt, of Howard, Kansas, 
U.S.A. ; ones. Educ. Sheffield Central High 
School (Eng.) ; Kansas State Agricultural 
Coll.; Baker Univ. ; Drew Theol. Seminary ; 
e. m. 1891. Manager of Circulation Depart 
ment, Meth. Book Concern. Publications : 
Epworth League Methods ; Epworth League 
Topics in Epworth Herald for seven years ; 
Brief Life of Wesley ; The Meth. Episcopal 
Mission Field : an Outline Survey. Address: 
14 West Washington St., Chicago, U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

BRUMWELL, Rev. Henry Thackray; b. 

Sept. 23, 1848, at King s Lynn ; s. of Thomas 
Brumwell (Wesleyan Minister) ; nt. Alice 
Elizabeth Crosby, of Tymparon Hall, Penrith ; 
five s. four d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove; 
Bradford Coll. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. tn. 1871. 
Financial Sec. of York Dist. 1894-5 ; Chairman 
of Shetland Isles Dist. 1897-1901, and Channel 
Isles Dist. 1907-11 ; Pres. of F.C.C. 1909-10. 
Recreations : Swimming and cricket. Ad 
dress : 4 Albion Terrace, Ramsey, Isle of 
Man. W. 

BRUNSKILL, Rev. Francis Robert ; b. April 28, 

1870, at Darlington ; s. of Robert Brunskill ; 
m. Dorcas Hollands, of Shorne, Kent ; one d. 
Educ. Barrington School, Bishop Auckland ; 
Private Coll., Harrogate ; Hartley Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1896. Address : Stewart 
House, Salisbury Road, Chatham. P. 

BRYANT, Robert Waller ; b. Aug. 10, i860, at 

Alford, Lines ; s. of Joseph Bryant ; m. Jane 
Wall, of Wedmore, Somerset ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Alford Grammar School, and privately. 
In partnership with his brother, John Bryant, 
at St. Ives, as Drapers, Tailors, Boot Manu 
facturers, &c. Circuit Steward for 15 years, 
in St. Ives and Huntingdon Circuit, and later 
on in Hunts Mission ; Rep. to Conference 
in 1898 and 1908. Address : The Homestead, 
St. Ives, Hunts. W. 

BRYANT, Rev. Thomas Fuller ; b. Oct. 20, 1851, 

at Senlac Hill, Battle, the battle-field of 
Hastings ; m. Emily, d. of George and Sarah 
Hunt, of Pewsey; three s. one d. Educ. 
Richmond; e. m. 1875, Spent a part of 



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the early years of life in the U.S.A., which left 
a deep and abiding influence on the mind. 
Publications : Magazine Articles. Recrea 
tions : Photography (one of the first amateurs 
in dry plate) and study of the life of a wood. 
Address: Congleton. W. 

BRYANT, William ; b. Sept. 3, 1852, at Crowan, 
Cornwall ; s. of R. Seymour Bryant, M.E. ; 
m. Miss Hawken, of Truro ; one d. Educ. 
at Weston School, Bath. Dist. Manager for 
Messrs. Vivian & Sons, Swansea. Rep. to 
Conference; Education Sec. of Cornwall Dist. ; 
has held several church offices. Recreations : 
Great interest in all athletic sports. Address : 
Cardynham, Truro. W. 

BRYANT, Rev. William Arthur ; b. Sept. 26, 

1874, at Nottingham ; s. of late Rev. Robert 
Bryant ; m. Miss G. A. Smith, of Brampton, 
Chesterfield. Stud. Bourne Coll., Quinton, 
Birmingham ; e. m. July 1897. Address : 
Cornforth Road, Coxhoe, Co. Durham. P. 

BUCHANAN, Rev. Edgar A. ; b. May 2, 1859, at 

Plymouth ; s. of Augustus Buchanan ; m. 
Ellen B. Barwise, of Southsea ; one d. Educ. 
Plymouth High School ; Wes. Coll., Taunton ; 
Inst. Nioussel, Paris ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1884. Address : St. Aubyn s, The 
Avenue, Wanstead, N.E. W. 

BUOHTEL, Rev. Henry Augustus, A.B., A.M. 

D.D., U,.D. ; b. Sept. 30, 1847, nr. Akron 
Ohio ; s. of Dr. Jonathan and Eliza New 
comer Buchtel ; m. 1873, Mary Stevenson 
of Greencastle, Indiana ; four c. Educ 
Asbury (now De Pauw) Univ., Greencastle 
Indiana ; e. m. 1872 and appointed to Zions- 
ville and Northfield Circuit. Missionary to 
Bulgaria, 1873 ; Pastor Sept 1873 to Dec 
1899 ; since Jan. 1, 1900, Chancellor of Univ 
of Denver, the pioneer school of higher 
learning in the Rocky Mountain country 
Governor of Colorado, Jan. 8, 1907 to Jan. 12 
1909 ; elected to Gen. Conference of M.E. Ch 
to serve in sessions of 1896, 1904, 1908, and 
1912. Address: University Park, Colorado 
M.E. Ch. 

BUCKINGHAM, William Thorne, J.P. ; b. Oct 

19, 1867, at I^andkey ; s. of Thomas Bucking 
ham ; m. 1891, only d. ^Richard Chamings 
two s. Educ. Privately. landowner au< 
Farmer. J.P. for Devon ; Dist. Councillor 
&c. ; Chairman of Parish Council ; S.S. Supt. 
Temperance Sec. and Society Steward ; ha 
been Circuit Steward ; Member of Connexiona 
Education Com. ; twice Rep. to Conference 
Address: I^mdkey, Barnstaple. W. 

BUCKLEY, Rev. Abner William ; b. April 3< 

1866, at Woodville, Derby ; s. of John Buckley 
m. Kate, e. d. of A. Cooke, of Dumbarton 
Scotland ; one d. Educ. Wes. schools 
e. tn. 1899, for Army work. I,ay Agent for four 



BUELL 

years previously In India ; has been working 
with British Troops in India for 22 years. 
Recreation : Golf. Address : Wesleyan Chap 
lain, Quetta, Baluchistan, India. W. 

iUCKLEY, Rev. J. M., D.D., W,.D. ; b. Dec. 16, 
1836, at Rahung, N.J., U.S.A.; s. of Rev. 
John Buckley.a native of England, and Abigail 
I*. (Monroe) Buckley ; m. 1st, Eliza A. Burns, 
of Detroit, Mich, (died 1866) ; 2nd, Sarah I. 
Staples, of Detroit, Mich, (died 1883) ; 3rd, 
Adelaide S. Hill, of Dover, N.H. (died 1910) ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Public schools ; Pen- 
nington Seminary ; Wes. Univ. ; e. m. 1858. 
Editor of N.Y. Christian Advocate since 
1880. Pres. of M.E. Ch. Hospital in Borough 
of Brooklyn, N.Y. ; Vice-Pres. of Board of 
Managers State Hospital for the Insane, 
Morris Plains, N.J. Publications: Oats or 
Wild Oats ; Faith Healing, Christian Science, 
and Kindred Phenomena ; Christians and the 
Theatre ; The I/and of the Czar and the 
Nihilist ; Travels in Three Continents 
Europe, Asia, Africa ; History of Methodism 
in the United States; Extemporaneous 
Oratory for Professional and Amateur Speak 
ers ; Supposed Miracles ; The Fundamentals 
and their Contrasts ; The Wrong and Peril 
of Woman Suffrage ; Theory and Practice of 
Foreign Missions. Address: 150 Fifth 
Avenue, New York. M.E. Ch. 

BUCKLEY, Rev. John Samuel ; b. July 9, 1858, 
at Oldham, I^ancs ; s. of E. Buckley; m. 
Elizabeth Jones, of Oldham ; one *. one d. 
Educ. Christ Church National School; Sun- 
derland Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Contributor to 
various Magazines. Recreations : Cycling and 
cricket. Address : The Manse, Swanmore, 
Bishop s Waltham, Hants. P. 

BUDD, Rev. William Robert Arscott ; b. April 5, 

1869, at Ashburton, Devon ; s. of William 
Tucker Budd ; nt. 1st, C. T. Finlay ; 2nd, F. 
D. Hewson ; one s. two d. Educ. Newton 
Abbot Elementary School; Shebbear Coll., 
N. Devon ; e. nt. 1892. Recreations : Rambling 
and cycling. Address : 12 Kingsland Road, 
Millom, Cumberland. U. 

BUELL, Rev. Marcus Darius, B.A., M.A., 

S.T.B., D.D. ; b. Jan. 1, 1851, at Wayland. 
N.Y. ; s. of Rev. Enoch George and Maria 
Brownson Buell ; m. Edith Hough ton, of 
Wellington, Ohio. Educ. New York and 
Boston, Mass.; New York Univ., Boston 
Univ. ; e. m. 1875. Pastor in N.Y. East 
Conference, 1875-84; Professor of N.T. 
Greek and Exegesis in Boston Univ. School 
of Theology since 1884 ; Dean in same, 
1887-93. Member of Gen. Conference, 1908. 
Publications : Studies in Mark, 1890 ; many 
Articles hi religious periodical press. A ddress : 
72 Mount Vernon St., Boston, Mass. M. E. Ch. 

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BUGDEN, John Henry, J.P. ; b. 1857, at Skeyton 
Norfolk ; s. of Henry Bugden ; m. Sophia 
Neech, of Suffield ; two s. five d. Educ 
Village school and privately. Farmer. Alder 
man of Norfolk C.C. ; Member of Norfolk 
Territorial Assoc. and Chairman of Dist 
Council. Tyocal Preacher and Class-leader 
Address : Elm Farm, Suffield, Aylesham. W 

BUGLASS, Rev. John Bedlington ; b. June 12, 

1845, at Suuderland ; s. of David Buglass, oi 
Sunderland ; m. Elizabeth, d. of Rev. S. Smith : 
of Stockport ; two s. two d. Educ. Public 
School; Sunderland Coll.; e. m. June 1870. 
1st Circuit, Douglas, I. of M. Recreation : 
Walking. Address : 2 Mackinnon Street, 
Rochdale, I<ancs. P. 

BULL, Rev. Alfred John ; b. 1855, at Newbury, 
Berks ; m. Jane Ann, d. of John Mainprize, of 
Bridlington ; one s. five d. Educ. Newbury 
Wes. School and privately ; Sunderland Coll. ; 
e. m. 1875. Twice Del. to Prim. Meth. 
Conference ; Pres. of C.E. Unions (I.W. 
1902, Bournemouth, 1905) ; Pres. of Whitby 
F.C.C. 1909; Del. to National F.C.C. 1909. 
Contributor to Newspapers and Magazines. 
Address : Bculah House, Selby, Yorks. P. 

BULLA, Rev. Charles Dehaven ; b. Jan. 4, 1862, 

at Albany, Missouri; s. of Andrew J. and 
Elizabeth Bulla ; m. Carrie T. Brown, of 
Baltimore, Maryland ; three s. three d. Educ. 
Univ. of Missouri. Member of Baltimore 
Conference, M.E. Church South ; Supt. of 
Wesley Adult Bible-class Department, M.E. 
Church South. For a time Editor of the 
Baltimore Southern Methodist. Address: 
Publishing Hoxise, M.E. Church South, 
Nashville, Tennessee. M.E. Ch. S. 

BULLOUGH, Rev. Harold, M.A., B.SC.; b. 

May 18, 1878, at Bolton ; s. of Thomas and 
Esther Bullough ; m. Margaret E. H. Gleave, 
of Wigan ; one d. Educ. Manchester Gram 
mar School ; Cambridge Univ. ; e. m. 1908. 
Address: Clea tor Moor, Cumberland. W. 

BUNDOCK, William ; b. Dec. 4, 1835, at Canter 
bury ; s. of Jonathan Bundock, Canterbury, 
Kent; m. Emma, d. of Thomas Burwell, 
I/eamington ; live s. three d. Educ. Privately. 
X,inen Draper. Ex-Circuit Steward ; S.S. 
Supt. for 29 years ; Treas. of Dorset Garden 
Trust for 28 years; Pres. of Brighton and 
Sussex S.S. Union, 1888 ; Rep. to Conference, 
1907. Recreations : Walking and music. 
Address : Wilton House, Devonshire Place, 
Brighton. W. 

BUNNETT, Rev. Arthur W., M.A.; b. 1867, at 
Cambridge ; s. of Edward William and Emily 
Jane Bunnett ; m. Mary Elizabeth Beach, of 
Bridport, Dorset. Educ. Perse Grammar 
School ; Cambridge Univ. ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1891. Address: Fotheringay, Newlyn, 
Cornwall. W. 

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BUNTING, Rev. James ; b. Feb. 14, 1837, at 

Uttoxeter ; s. of James Bunting ; m. 1st., 
Elizabeth Hackett, of Tansley ; 2nd, Elizabeth 
Or ton, of Ather stone ; four c. Stud, at Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1860. Has written several 
hymns and tunes for children. Recreation: 
Walking. Address: Clifton Road, Ash- 
bourne. W. 

BURBRIDGE, Rev. Charles ; b. Aug. 16, 1833, 

at Richmond, Surrey ; s. of George Bur bridge ; 
m. Mary Major, d. of late Rev. Thomas Hardy ; 
three c. Educ. Privately ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1858. Curator of Wesley s House, City 
Road. Publications : The Mecca of Metho 
dism ; My Grandfather s Garden ; Sketches 
of Character. Address: Wesley s House, 47 
City Road, E.C. W. 

BURDEN, John Thomas ; b. June 1, 1854, at 
Torquay ; s. of John Burden ; m. Jane Ann 
Renouf, of Jersey. Educ. Brixton Hill, 
lyocal Preacher ; Member of several Con- 
nexional Corns. ; Pres. of I<.P. Mutual Aid 
Assoc., 1910-11. Author of Tract, The Way 
to obtain Salvation. Recreation: Golf. Ad 
dress : St. Heliers, Northbrook Road, lyee, 
S.E. W. 

BURGESS, Rev. Henry Thomas, U..D. ; b. 

March 27, 1839, at Sandbach, Eng. ; s. of 
Thomas Burgess ; removed to S. Australia, 
1848 ; m. Ellen Pickford, of Adelaide ; six *. 
four d. Educ. at home. ; e. m. 1859. Pres. 
of S. Australia Conference, 1880, 1890, 1900 
(first United Conference) ; Sec. Australasian 
Gen. Conference, 1890-7 ; Pres. of Gen. 
Conference, 1897-1901. Publications: Prize 
Essays : Fruit of the Vine (Temperance, 
100), Agnosticism (50), Growth of 
Australian Commerce and Population (50), 
Future Position of Australia among Nations 
(Centennial, 50); I,ife of John Howard 
Angas ; lyiving Words. Editor of Connexional 
paper for nine years ; Picturesque Atlas 
(S.A. Part) ; Cyclopedia of S. Australia 
(2 vols.) ; over 3,000 leaders and other 
Articles in Daily Papers or Magazines of 
Australia and America. Recreation : Change 
of work. Address: Norwood, South Aus 
tralia. A. 

BURKITT, Rev. John Henry ; b. July 7, 1858, 
at I/nith ; s. of John Burkitt ; m. Ada Vic 
toria, d. of John Beaumont of Manchester ; 
two s. Stud. U.M. Coll. and Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1882. Has been Chairman 
of Norwich, Newcastle, and Sunderland Dists. 
Address : 20 Acomb St., Manchester. U. 

BURKITT, Rev. Joseph ; b. Oct. 15, 1863, at 

Hull ; s. of John and Anne Burkitt ; m. Minnie 
Dyche, of Doncaster ; one s.one d. Formerly 
a Missionary in W. Africa ; for nine years a 
Dist. Missionary Sec. ; has been much em 
ployed in missionary advocacy. Address: 
31 Wells Street, Scunthorpe. P. 



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BURLEY, William Clement, J.P. ; 6. March 29, 

1852, at Elsted, Sussex ; s. of William 
and Mary Bur ley ; m. 1876, Caroline Seward, 
of Petersfield ; five s. one d. Educ. Shore- 
ham, Sussex. Accountant and Auditor ; 
Supt. Registration of Births, Deaths, and 
Maniages; Sec. of public companies; J.P. 
for County of Hants. I<ocal Preacher, S.S. 
Supt., and Mission Steward; Sec. of I^ocal 
Preachers Meeting ; has been on Petersfield 
Urban Dist. Council for many years, and has 
been Chairman; Hon. Sec. of East Hants 
liberal Assoc. Recreations : Temperance 
and religious meetings ; Friendly Societies, 
and public work on Council, &c., music and 
singing. Address: 27 J^avant Street, Peters- 
field. W. 

BURMAN, Rev. Joseph Beaumont ; b. at stary- 

bridge; s. of Abraham Burman ; g. n. of 
Dr. Joseph Beaumont ; m. Sarah Moulson, of 
Cleckheaton. Educ. Public school ; Ranmoor 
Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1888. Address: The 
Manse, Epworth, lyincs. U. 

BURNET, Rev. Amos ; b. Aug. 5, 1857, at uttle 
Steeping, I<incs ; s. of A. Burnet ; m. Esther 
Ann, d. of Joseph Dring, of Brinkhill ; five d. 
Educ. lyittle Steeping school ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Spent first eleven years in 
Bangalore, India ; then nine years in Notting 
ham (six years Financial Sec. of Nottingham 
and Derby Synod) ; then Chairman of the 
Transvaal and Swaziland Dist., taking up 
that position at the special request of the 
Missionary Com. at the close of the war. 
Publications : A Mission to the Transvaal ; 
Articles in Condon Quarterly, Meth. Magazine, 
Harvest Field, &c. Recreations : Biblio 
graphy and Methodist History. Address: 
P.O. Box 279, Pretoria, Transvaal. W. 

BURNETT, Rev. Edward Sankey ; b. Feb. 24, 

1854, at Gateshead ; s. of James and Elizabeth 
Abigail Burnett, Denton, Manchester ; m. 
Jessie, d. of Rev. David Hay ; three d. Stud, 
at Richmond, Surrey ; e. m. 1879. Mis 
sionary in Ceylon (Sinhalese Dist.), 1880-6 ; 
Financial Sec. of Second Condon Dist. 1907-9. 
Address : 73 Wickham Road, Brockley, S.E. 
IP, 

BURNETT, Rev. Richard William ; b. 1868, at 

St. Peter s Port, Guernsey ; s. of Rev. R. W. 
Burnett. Educ. Bourne Coll., Quinton, 
Birmingham; e. m. 1889. Address: The 
Mount, Sturminster Newton, Dorset. P. 

BURNLEY, William P., J.P. ; b. Sept. 1, 1848, 

at Broughton ; s. of Jacob Burnley ; m. Kate 
Kendall, of Broughton ; one d. Educ. Batley 
and Manchester Grammar Schools. Metal 
Merchant ; I+and Tax Commissioner. J.P. 
and Councillor for Kersal Ward. Circuit 
Treas. Steward ; been Society Sec. and Treas 
Steward ; Chapel Steward ; S.S. Teacher 
Organist and Choir-master ; elected Guardian 
Rep. of late M.N.C. in 1894 ; Guardian Rep 



in U.M. Church ; Trustee of Beneficent Society ; 
Trustee of Ranmoor Coll. Addrtss : Winter- 
field, Higher Broughton, Manchester. U. 

BURRELL, Rev. Alfred G. ; b. Sept. 23, 1853, at 

Guy s Hill, Jamaica ; s. of Rev. Samuel Bur- 
rell ; m. Frances I<ydia Hast, of Harwich ; 
four s. one d. Educ. New Kingswood School, 
Bath ; Grammar School, Woodbridge ; e. m. 

1878. Address : Spring Bank, New Mills, 
Stockport. W. 

BURRELL, Rev. Samuel J. ; b. Oct. 29, 1850, 

at Kingston, Jamaica ; s. of Rev. Samuel 
Burrell ; m. Charlotte Pechey, of Thetford. 
Educ. Kingswood School; e. m. 1873. Ad 
dress : Brow View, Blackness, Jarvis Brook, 
Sussex. W. 

BURROW, Rev. William James ; b. Dec. 2, 1849, 

at Ugborough, Devon ; s. of Francis Burrow ; 
m. lyUcy F. E. Hall, of Camborne ; four s. 
one d. Educ. Tavistock Grammar School ; 
e. m. 1873. Address : 72 Thorne Road, Don- 
caster. W. 

BURROWS, Rev. Bamford ; b. NOV. 4, is-io, at 

Warrington ; s. of William Burrows ; m. 
Eleanor, d. of Rev. John Connon ; six c. 
Educ. Ellesmere, Salop ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1863. Elected to I<egal Hundred, 1905 ; been 
Chairman of Lincoln, Carlisle, Whitby and 
Darlington, I. of M., and Bolton Dists. Ad 
dress : Poulton-le-fylde, Blackpool. W. 

BURROWS, Rev. Joseph ; b. Sept. 24, 1851, at 

St. Helens, I,ancs ; s. of Joseph Burrows ; 
m. Miss Annie Richards, of Walsall; three s. 
one d. Educ. Cowley Schools, St. Helens; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1875. Recreations: 
Country life. Address: Grosvenor Manse, 
Mold. W. 

BURTON, Rev. Henry, M.A., D.D. ; b. 1840, at 

Swannington, I/eicestershire ; s. of Henry 
Burton ; m. Ellen Williams, d. of Mark Guy 
Pearse ; two s. three d. Educ. Griffydam 
Wes. day school ; Beloit Coll., U.S.A. ; . m. 
1865. Two years I/xral Preacher in Methodist 
Episcopal Church, U.S.A. Publications: St. 
I^uke (Expositor s Bible) ; Gleanings in the 
Gospels ; The Coming of the Kingdom ; Way 
side Songs ; Alice, or the Early Crown. Ad 
dress : Charnwood, West Kirby, Birkenhead, 
Cheshire. W. 

BURTON, Rev. James; b. Feb. 7, 1859, at 
Stoke-on-Trent ; s. of Thomas Burton ; m. 
Emily Barnett, of Ellastone, Staffs. 
two c. Educ. The National school, Stoke-on- 
Trent ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1884. 
Address : 29 Norwood Grove, lyiverpool. P. 

BURTON, Rev. John Wear ; b. March 7, 1875, at 

I^azenby, Yorkshire, Eng. ; s. of Robert and 
Maria Burton, emigrated to N.Z., 1884; m. 
Florence Mildred, d. of E. E. Hadfield, of 
Christchurch, N.Z. ; two d, Educ. Prince 
Albert Theological Coll. (Auckland), and 



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Canterbury Coll. (Univ. of N.Z.) ; e. m. 1897. 
Missionary to Indian Immigrants in Fiji for 
nine years. Publications : Our Indian Work 
in Fiji ; The Fiji of To-day ; The Call of the 
Pacific ; and Magazine Articles. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Wesley Parsonage, New 
Plymouth, New Zealand. A. 

BURTON, William Matthew ; b. Dec. 14, 1858, 

at Upton, Norwich ; s. of William and Marian 
Burton; m. Rachel Beverley, of Fakenham, 
Norfolk ; three c. Iocal Preacher ; Dist. 
Orphanage Treas. ; Sec. of Norwich F.C.C. 
and of Passive Resistance I^eague ; three times 
Rep. to Conference ; Rep. at F.C. Congresses, 
at lyiverpool, Birmingham, and Swansea. 
Address: Upton House, Dereham Road, 
Norwich. P. 

BUTCHER, Rev. Charles Rossitter ; ft. Feb. 26, 

1873, at Ilkeston ; s. of Rev. George Butcher, 
m. Alice A., d. of W. M. Jackson, of Sheep- j 
ridge, Huddersfield ; one d. Educ. Watford 
Grammar School ; Richmond Coll. ; e, m. 1896. 
For several years one of the Tutors In 
U.B.H.S. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 10 
I^yndhurst Gardens, Tunbridge Wells. W. 

BUTCHER, Rev. James Williams ; b. Sept. 23, 

1857, at Gravesend ; s. of James Noble 
and Matilda Charlotte Butcher; m. Edith 
Roberts, of Huddersfield. Educ. I,ime House 
School, Eythorne, nr. Dover ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1881; Sec. of Wes. Meth. S.S. Dept. ; 
elected to iegal Hundred, 1907. Publications : 
Ray ; Boys Brigade, &c. ; Beware of Imita 
tions ; The Making of Treherne. Recreation : 
Cathedrals. Address: 17 Woodland Gardens, 
Muswell Hill. W. 

BUTLER, Rev. A. Edwyn ; b. July 4, 1868, at 

Condon ; s. of Charles Butler ; m. 1,111, d. of 
late Joseph Morris, of Bingham, Notts ; one d. 
Educ. Wes. Meth. School, Poplar ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Recreations : 
Cycling and book-hunting. Address: 18 
Carlyle Road, Edgbaston. W. 
BUTLER, Thomas, J.P.; b. July 5, 1861, at 
Gloucester ; s. of William and Ann Butler, of 
Clifton, Bristol ; m. Rosa Kate, d. of Joseph 
Smith, of Nottingham ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Manilla Hall, Clifton. Director of W. Butler 
& Co. (Bristol), Chemical Manufacturers. 
J.P. for City of Bristol; late Chairman of 
Works Com., Bristol City Docks; for five 
years Member of Bristol Town Council. Circuit 
Steward. Recreations : Motoring, travelling, 
and golf. Address : Charnwood, Cotham Park, 
Bristol. U. 

BUTLER, William Henry, J.P. ; b. June 26, 

1850, at St. George, Bristol; s. of William 
Butler, J.P. for County of Gloucester; m. 
Esther Elizabeth Haining, of Manchester ; 
three s. two d. Educ. Redland. Chemical 
Manufacturer. J.P. for County of Gloucester. 
Sec. of Zion S.S., Kingswood, for 42 years; 
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Treas. of U.M. Home and Foreign Missions ; 
Rep. to Oecumenical Conference in Washing 
ton, U.S.A., 1891 ; Deputation to Jamaica 
1905, Deputation to China 1909 and 1910 
(both in connexion with Missions) ; nomi 
nated to attend Oecumenical Conference in 
Toronto, Oct. 1911. Recreations : Shooting 
and motoring. Address: Summer Hill House, 
St. George, Bristol. U. 

BUTT, Rev. Geo. Henry ; b. July 13, 1867, at 
Wilton, Wilts ; s. of Rev. Geo. E. Butt, Ex- 
President of P.M. Ch. ; m. Hilda M. Cusens, 
of Colville, Herschel, Cape Colony ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Reading (I,ondon Ma trie.) ; 
e. m. 1886. For 24 years Missionary at Aliwal 
N., S. Africa. Recreations: Motor-cycling, 
gardening, and tennis. Address: The Firs, 
Ewias Hawld, Pontrilas, Hereford. P. 

BUTTERS, Rev. Stanley Malvern, B.A. (i,ond.) ; 

b. June 30, 1871, at Carlisle; s. of Rev. 
Wesley Butters ; m. Mary Ellen, d. of David 
Hinchcliff, of Marble Hall, Holmfirth, and 
Chicago ; one s. two d. Educ. Hornbrook 
House School, Chislehurst ; Stranraer School, 
Bournemouth ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1895. 
Recreations : Cycling and photography. 
Address : Trinity House, Abingdon, Berks. W. 

BUTTERWORTH, Rev. Richard ; b. Nov. 8, 
1838, at Holmfirth ; s. of Joseph Butterworth ; 
m. Elizabeth C. Canyon, of Penzance ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Sheffield ; Wesley Coll. ; e. m. 
1861. Contributor to Methodist periodicals. 
Address: 286 Newport Road, Cardiff. W. 

BUTTERWORTH, William, J.P.; b. Dec. 4, 
1851 , at Healdcarr, Holmbridge ; s. of Henry 
Butterworth ; m. Mary Emmeline, d. of 
Joshua Moorhouse ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield. Formerly Woollen 
Manufacturer. I,ocal Preacher since 1869 ; 
Pres. of ly.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. 1905. J.P. for 
West Riding of Yorks ; an Assist. Chairman of 
the W. Riding Quarter Sessions. Address: 
Healdcarr, Holmbridge, Huddersfield. W. 

BYLES, Rev. G. Vipond ; b. Sept. 12, 1857, at 

Attleborough ; s. of William Byles ; m. Mary, 
d. of Rev. Matthew Male ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Privately ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1882. 
Address: Trinity Manse, Bury St. Edmunds, 
W. 

BYROM, Arthur ; b. March 19, 1865, at Oldham ; 
s. of John. R. Byrom, late of Southport and 
Droylsden ; m. Edith M. Fairer, of Penrith, 
Cumberland ; four s. Educ. Manchester 
Grammar School. Partner in Joseph Byrom 
& Sons, Cotton Spinners, Droylsden. Circuit 
Steward ; has been Poor, Society, and Chapel 
Steward, S.S. Sec., Supt., and teacher of 
large Men s Bible Class ; Missionary Sec. ; 
Captain Boys Brigade, &c. Recreations: 
Gardening and walking. Address: Aingarth. 
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BYROM, George Frederick; b. 1859; s . of 

Joseph Byrom ; m. Susannah, only d. of James 
Bowker, Heaton Moor ; one s. three d. 
Educ. Hawthorn Hall, Wilmslow. Cotton 
Spinner. S.S. Supt. ; Circuit Chapel Sec., &c. 
Member of Urban Dist. Council and Chairman 
of Education Com. Address: Moorside, 
Droylsden. W. 

BYROM, William ; b. April, 1842, at Oldham; 
s. of Joseph Byrora, Manchester ; m. Brucie, 
d. of Rev. John Baker, M.A. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Oldham Grammar School. Cotton 



Manufacturer. Class-leader for above 40 years, 
S.S. Supt. 38 years ; sometime Dist. Sec., now 
Dist. Treas., for Foreign Missions, &c. ; several 
times Rep. to Conference; has held many 
church offices. Address : Fern I^ea, Fairfleld, 
Manchester. W. 

BYRON, Rev. George; b. April 11, 1854, at 
Birkenhead; s. of Thomas and Elizabeth 
Byron ; m. Lucy Russell, of Golden Square, 
Helmsley ; one d. Educ. St. Andrew s School, 
Birkenhead; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1878. 
Address: 3 Lyndhurst Villas, Bargate, 
Grimsby. W, 



CADDY, Rev. Thomas Henry ; b. Dec. 1875, at 

Porthleven, Cornwall ; s. of William and Eliza 
Caddy; m. Olive M. Barrett, of Thornton 
Heath ; one s. Educ. Porthleven Board 
School ; Private study ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1899. Missionary in British and Spanish 
Honduras, 1899-1906 ; Pioneer work on N. 
Coast of Spanish Honduras ; Sec. of Hon 
duras Dist. 1905 ; Foreign Missions Sec. of 
Exeter Dist. 1908 ; Conference Foreign Mis 
sions Deputation, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911. 
Member of General Com. of the Wesleyan 
Meth. Missionary Soc. Publications : Articles 
on missionary topics in denominational Maga 
zines and Papers. Recreations : Cycling, walk 
ing tours, and gardening. Address: Wesley 
House Hartley Wintney, Hants. W. 

CALLIER, Rev. Philip; b. Feb. 8, 1844, at 
I<awley Bank, Salop ; s. of John and Jane 
Callier, Chilton ; m. Fanny Gurney, 2nd d. of 
William Payn, of Wingham, Kent ; four s. 
four d. Educ. Pool Hill School, Dawley ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Missionary in 
British Guiana, 1869-76 ; Chairman of Shetland 
Dist. 1888-90 ; Pres. of Merthyr Tydvil and 
Pontypridd F.C.C. Recreation : Tennis. Ad 
dress : Howden, Yorks. W. 

CAMBURN, Rev. George Hawtrcy ; b. July 23, 

1844, at Elham, Kent; s. of George Alfred 
Camburn ; m. Hannah Read Fowler, of Sale ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Elham and Dover ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Twenty-one 
years Dist. Home Mission Sec. ; Organized 
Condon City Assoc. for Young Men from 
country in City and other houses of business ; 
Member of Home Missions Com. Address : 
Mill Bank, Wellington, Salop. W. 

CAMBURN, Hawtrey J. ; b. April 25, 1846, at 

Eltham ; s. of George Alfred Camburn ; m. 
Mary A. Goble, of Stelling ; two d. Educ. 
Elham. Ex-Poor, Soc., and Circuit Steward ; 
Trustee, Class-leader, S.S. Supt. since 1888 ; 
Member of Dist. S.S. Com. ; Treas. of Grace 
Hill Church, also of Circuit Foreign Missions 
arid S.S. Union; Wes. day-school Manager, 



and Member of F.C.C. Address: Heimhurst, 
75 Cheriton Road, Folkestone. W. 

CAMBURN, Rev. Martin Luther ; b. at Elham, 

nr. Folkestone ; s. of George Alfred Cam- 
bum ; m. Llllie, d. of Joseph Naylor, of Leeds 
(d. 1906); two s. Educ. Eythorne, nr. 
Dover ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Pres. of 
Leigh and Darlington F.C.C. in 1903, 1906 ; 
Mayor of Darlington s Chap. 1906. Recrea 
tion : Reading. Address: 18 Pitt St., 
Barnsley. W. 

CAMP, Llewellyn, E., J.P. ; b. 1865 ; m. 1889, 

Edith, d. of Robert Brame Capps, J.P., of 
Lowestoft; two s. one d. Connected with 
various Commercial Industrial Companies as 
Managing Director, &c. ; Progressive Candi 
date for L.C.C. (Hammersmith), 1907 ; J.P. 
for County of London. Class-leader and Soc. 
Steward ; Rep. to Nottingham and Bradford 
Conferences; also Oecumenical Conference 
at Toronto ; Member of London Mission 
Com., London Foreign Missionary Com., and 
Executive of the West London Mission. 
Recreations f Horse-riding, golf, fishing, &c. 
Address: 101 Devonport Road, W. Clubs: 
National liberal and Wimbledon Park Golf. 
W. 

CAMPBELL, Mai.-Gen. Alexander Henry Ed 
ward ; b. Sept. 9, 1835, at Madras ; . of 
Alexander Duncan Campbell, Madras Civil 
Service ; m. Sarah Eliza, d. of General A. 
Clarke ; three s. two d. Educ. Wimbledon ; 
Haileybury East Indian Coll. Retired List, 
Indian Army. Local Preacher. Address : 
Loudoun, Cherry Tree Road, Sheffield. W. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. George M., D.D. ; b. Sept. 26, 

1852, at Wallace, N.S. ; s. of Duncan and 
Margaret Campbell; m. Edith S., d. of late 
Rev. H. McKeown, and sister of the Hon. 
Mr. Justice McKeown, of St. John, N.B. 
one d. Educ. Wallace Superior School ; 
Mount Allison Univ. ; e. m. 1872. Chairman 
of Dist. for eight years ; Pres. of Conference, 
1900 ; Del. to Gen. Conference ; for six years 

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CAMPBELL 

Maritime Sec. of Canadian Bible Soc. ; Honor 
ary Chap, of R.K.Y. Club of St. John, and 
Ex-Chaplain of St. Andrews Soc. ; Principal 
of Mount Allison Ladies Coll., and Prof, of 
Homiletics and Practical Theology at Mount 
Allison Univ. Address: Sackville, New 
Brunswick. C. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. John ; b. Aug. 10, 1839, nr. 
Belfast ; s. of Rev. James Campbell ; m. Mary, 
only d. of John Johnston, of Craigwarren 
Lodge, nr. Belfast; four s. one d. Educ. 
Lee s Acad., Belfast; in 1871 he gained the 
first prize at the end of his four years pro 
bation study. The Rev. R. J. Campbell, 
M.A., of the City Temple, London, is his 
second son ; e. m. 1865, at which time he was 
Head Master of York St. National schools, 
Belfast. Retired from circuit work in 1888, 
because of health failure, but preaches fre 
quently still on special occasions. Has been 
Chairman of the Nottingham District twice. 
Was for ten years Rural District Councillor 
in the Union of Southwell, and is at present 
Inspector of Religious Instruction in the 
South Notts Day Schools. Address: Park 



CAPE 



CANDLER, Rev. Warren Akin, D.D., LL.D.; 

b. Aug. 23, 1857, at Villa Rica, Carroll Co., Ga. ; 
s. of Samuel C. and Martha Beall Candler ; m. 
Dec. 21, 1877, Sarah Antoinette Curtright, of 
La Grange, Ga. ; two s. one d. Educ, Oxfordj 
Ga. ; Emory Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Bishop of 
M.E. Church South. Editor of Christian 
Advocate, 1886-8 ; Pres. of Emory Coll. 
1888-98 ; elected Bishop, 1898. Organized 
the mission in Cuba ; visited Mexico, Japan, 
China, and Korea in interest of Missions ; 
Fraternal Messenger to British Wes. Confer 
ence in 1908. Publications : History of 
Sunday Schools; Christus Auctor ; Great 
Revivals and the Great Republic. Recreation : 
Change of work. Address : Druid Hill Park, 
Atlanta, Ga. M.E. Ch. S. 
CANN, Rev. Wm. ; 6. Dec. 10, 1870, at Egges- 
ford, Devon ; s. of Robert Cann ; m. C. G. 
Harris, of Temple, Bodmin, Cornwall ; two c. 
Educ. Public elementary school; Shebbear 
Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1895. Address : 25 
Monk s Road, Exeter. U. 

CANNELL, Rev. William Morrison, B.A. (Lond.) ; 



Villa, Cromwell Road, Bees ton, Notts. U. 

CAMPBELL, John James, A.C.A. ; b. Dec. si, 

1876, at Hull ; s. of William Campbell and 
M. J. Kemp, both of Hull. Educ. Hornsea. 
Chartered Accountant. Circuit Missionary 
Sec., Waltham St., Hull ; Member of Hull 
Mission Com. (Sec.) ; Trustee of Queen s Hall 
and Princes Avenue Church, Hull. Re 
creations: Cricket, hockey, reading, and music. ! CANTER, William James, R.N. ; b. Dec. 20, 
A ddress : 50 Westbourne Avenue, Hull. W. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. Joseph William Robert, M.A 

(Queen s) ; b. Sept. 14, 1853, at Clough, 
Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh ; s. of Rev. 



1859, at Abaco, Bahamas ; s. of Rev. 
Thomas Cannell ; m. Agnes Glendenning, d. of 
Frank Inglis; fives, two d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove ; Kingswood ; Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. nt. 1882. Missionary on 
the Gold Coast, 1882-8; reduced the Fanti 
language to writing. Address: 16 St. 
James s Terrace, Heywood, Lanes. W. 



1844, at Merafield, Plympton St. Mary, S. 
Devon ; s. of Wm. and Elizabeth Canter, of 
Loddiswell, S. Devon ; m. 1867, Elizabeth, d. 
of Wm. and Elizabeth Burt, of Devonport ; 



Alexander Campbell ; m. Elizabeth Prudence, four s. six d. Educ. St. John St. Academy 



d. of Rev. William Lough ; four s. four d. 
Educ. Privately ; Queen s and Meth. Colls., 
Belfast ; e. tn. 1876. Assist. Sec. to Confer 
ence, 1888 ; Sec. of Methodist Orphan Soc. 
1889 ; Gen. Sec. of Home Missions, 1899 ; 
Del. to Meth. Oecumenical Conference, 1901 ; 
elected to Legal Hundred, 1907 ; Pres. of 
Meth. Coll., Belfast, 1908 ; Vice-Pres. of 
Conference in Ireland, 1909 ; Rep. to Meth. 
Assembly, 1909. Publications : Articles in 
Wes. Meth. Mag. and London Quarterly 
Review. Recreations : Walking, cycling, and 
golf. Address: Methodist College, Belfast. 
W. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. Stephen Bradford, D.D. ; b 

April 7, 1862, at Newport, New Jersey, U.S.A. ; 
s. of Archie and Martha J. Campbell; m. 
Elizabeth R. Tice, of Camden, New Jersey, 
U.S.A.; twos. Educ. Pennington Seminary, 
Pennington, N.J. ; and non-resident work 
with other institutions ; e. m. 1887. Besides 
pastorates in St. Louis, St. Joseph and Kansas 
City, Supt. of Kansas City Dist., St. Louis 
Conference. Address: 425 Pearl St., Spring 
field, Missouri, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 
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Devonport ; H.M. Dockyard School, Devon- 
port ; and Royal School of Naval Architecture 
and Marine Engineering, S. Kensington. Chief 
Inspector of Machinery, R.N. (retired). Assoc. 
of Royal School of Naval Architecture and 
Marine Engineering ; Member of Inst. of Naval 
Architects ; Member of Royal Inst. of Great 
Britain. Has filled many church offices ; 
Member of Wes. Army and Navy Board, of 
Com. of Wes. Soldiers and Sailors Rest, 
London ; Trustee of Wes. Soldiers and Sailors 
Rest, Devonport. Address: 37 Arlingford 
Road, Brixton, London, S.W. W. 

CAPE, Rev. Charles Phillips ; b. May 25, 1874, 

at Hackney, London ; s. of Arthur William 
Cape, Sec. of the Planet, Finsbury Square, 
E.C., and Matilda Trevellick, of Scilly Islands ; 
m. Lucy Stalman Christie, of Clacton-on-Sea ; 
three c. Educ. Tottenham Grammar School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1898. For six years 
a member of the head office staff of the Pru 
dential Assurance Co., Holborn Bars, London ; 
Examiner in vernaculars to Joint Missionary 
Board ; Speaker at Mid-India Christian Con 
vention, Jabalpur, 1910 and 1911. Publica~ 



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tions : Benares, the Stronghold of Hinduism ; 
Masihi aur Muhammadi Ta lim (Christian and 
Muhammadan Doctrine in Urdu) ; Catechisms 
in Hindi. Recreation: Tennis. Address: 
Benares, India. W. 

CAPELL, William Henry ; 6. NOV. 28, 1864, at 

Cullompton, Devon; s. of Robert Hewett 
and Elizabeth Capell; m. Ada Ann, d. of 
James and Sarah Hallett, of Bath; four s. 
three d. Educ. Cullompton and Monmouth day 
schools. Commercial Traveller (Grocery). 
I^ocal Preacher for 30 years ; Circuit Steward. 
Recreations : Walking and cycling. Address : 
South Street, Torrington, N. Devon. W. 

CAPEY, Rev. Ernest F. H. ; 6. Dec. 19, 1865, at 

I^eicester ; s. of Henry Capey, lyeicester ; m. 
Mary Annie, d. of Rev. T. D. Crothers, D.D., 
Principal of Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Wyggeston Hospital Boys 
School, Leicester ; Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield ; 
e. m. 1888. Editor of Young People, 
1899-1906. Publication: Itfe of Erasmus 
(Methuen s Oxford Biographies), 1902. Ad 
dress : Bethesda Manse, Hanley, Stoke-on- 
Trent. U. 

GARDEN, Rev. Henry ; b. Dec. 28, 1850, at 

Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks ; m. Eliza J. 
Shadick, of Gravesend; twos, (one of whom is 
in the ministry of the same Church) two d. 
Educ. Grammar School, Chalfont St. Giles; 
e. m. 1871. Served 13 years in Condon and 
suburbs, 18 midland towns, and 10 years in 
the north of England. Engaged in 17 New 
Building undertakings, among which is the 
fine Kettering Road Church, Northampton ; 
and no less than six chapels in the I^icester 
Second Circuit ; Sec. of Holiness Assoc. ; Sec. 
of Prim. Meth. Conference 1911. Address: 
The Manse, I<ime Tree Avenue, Peterborough. 
P. 



CARMAN, Rev. Albert, D.D., I^.D. ; b. June 27, 

1833, at Iroquois, Ont., Canada; s. of Philip 
Carman ; m. Mary Jane Sisk, of Belleville, 
Ont. ; three s. one d. Educ. Iroquois High 
School ; Victoria Coll.,Cobourg, Ont. ; North 
western Univ., Chicago, U.S.; e. m. 1857 
(M.E. Ch.). Bishop of M.E. Church, 1874-84 ; 
Gen. Supt. of Meth. Church from 1884 ; Prin 
cipal of Albert Coll., Belleville, 1857-64; 
Chancellor, Albert Univ., 1864-74. Address : 
Murray Street, Toronto, Canada. C. 

CARNSON, Rev. George Henry; b. Sept. 24, 

1850, at Manchester; s. of James Maxwell 
Carnson ; m, Hannah I*omax, of Bolton ; 
one s. three d. Educ. Wes. day school, 
Bolton ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1875. 
Address : The Manse, 16 Wilson Street, 
Derby. W. 

CARO, Rev. Charles; b. June 25, 1876, at 
Ardwick, Manchester; s. of Charles Morris 

D 



and Eliza Ann Caro ; m. Bessie Priscilla 
Hallett, of Yeovil ; one s. Educ. Manchester 
Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1902. 
Address : Blackwell, Alfreton, Derbyshire. W. 

CARR, Rev. Daniel Henry ; b. May 13, 1855, at 

Holborn, E.C. ; 4th s. of Robert Carr, of High- 
gate ; m. M. Rose, 2nd d. of John Sampson, 
Pilsley, Derbyshire; three s. one d. Eduo, 
City of I,ondon School; Headingley Coll.; 
e. m. 1879. Address: The Ivies, Cheshunt. 
Herts. W. 
CARR, Frederick ; b. July 20, 1868, at Elving- 

ton ; s. of Francis Carr ; m. Sarah, d. of late 
John Coning, Eastmoors, Helmsley ; three d. 
Educ. Crescent Commercial Acad., York. 
Farmer. Circuit Steward, I^ocal Preacher, 
Class-leader, and S.S. Supt. ; Pres. of Sheriff 
Hutton Agricultural Club, 1910 ; also Treas. 
for several years ; Guardian and Rural Dist. 
Councillor for Sheriff Hutton in the Malton 
Union. Recreations : Driving, cycling, and 
shooting. Address: Cornboro Hall, Sheriff 
Hutton, York, W. 

CARR, George ; b. Oct. 14, 1848, at Rawmarsh, 
nr. Rotherham ; s. of Benjamin Carr, of 
Sheffield ; m. Sarah Barnard, of Sheffield ; three 
c. Educ. Hebblethwaite s Acad., Paradise 
Square, Sheffield. Builder and Con tractor. I^ocal 
Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. Supt. ; Pres. of 
the Church ; has held Presidency of the 
W.R. Conference in 1889 and 1899 ; Rep. W.R. 
Union in the last Oecumenical Gathering at 
City Road ; has been an Overseer, Poor I,aw 
Guardian, and Town and City Councillor for 
Brightside Ward, Sheffield. Recreation: 
Cricket. Address: 75 Smilter ^ane, Shef 
field. R. 

CARR, Rev. William Bramwell ; b. 1869 ; s. 

of William Carr, of Wakefield. Educ. Collegiate 
School, Wakefield ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1893. Has undergone imprisonment as 
Passive Resister ; 1st Sec. of I^iverpool Pas 
sive Resistance league. Address : Oakdene, 
Wellesley Road, Clacton-on-Sea. P. 
CARRIER, Rev. E. Theodore ; b. April 25, 1853, 

at Coleford, Somerset ; s. of James and 
Martha Drake Carrier ; m. Mary Jane, d. of 
George and Elizabeth Hunt, of I<uton. Educ. 
Bristol School, e. m. 1873. King s Coll. 
Prizeman for Public Reading and Public 
Speaking, 1889 ; Pres. of Liverpool Meth- 
Council, 1900-4 ; elected to I^gal Hundred, 
1911. Publications : Sunday Evenings in 
Wentworth Street ; John Wesley (collaborated 
with Dr. I,uckock, Dean of Richfield) ; 
Founder and Editor of The Wesleyan. Ad 
dress : The Avenue, Blackheath, S.E. W. 

CARRUTHERS, Rev. James Edward; b. 

Jan. 26, 1848, at Sydney, N.S.W., Australia ; 
s. of John and Charlotte Carruthers ; m. 
Emily McKeown, of Gordon, Sydney ; four s. 
six d. Educ. Public schools and Newington 
Coll., Sydney ; e. m. 1868. Pres. of N. S. 

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Wales Conference, 1895 ; Sec. of General 
Conference of Australasia, 1910 ; Australian 
Rep. to British Conference of 1908. Editor 
of The Methodist (New South Wales) ; a fre 
quent contributor to Sydney daily press and 
to denominational Magazines. Recreations : 
Reading and travelling. Address: Ardross, 
Mosman, N.S.W., Australia. A. 

CARTER, Rev. David W., M.A., D.D ; b. July 8 

1848, at Lynnvale, Carter County, Tenn. ; s. 
of David W. Carter, Farmer and Merchant ; 
m. Cornelia S., d. of Col. A. H. Keith, of 
Athens, Tennessee; four s. two d. Educ. 
Bristol, Tenn. ; King Coll. ; e. m. 1871. 
Appointed Missionary to Mexico, 1882 ; 
Supt. of Missions in Cuba for six years; 
Member of General Conference, 1890, 1894, 
1910; Member of Oecumenical Conferences, 
London, 1901, Toronto, 1911; Member of 
Oecumenical Missionary Conference, N.Y., 
1901. Editor of El Evangelista Mexicano, 
Mexico City, for four years. Address: 649 
West Virginia Avenue, Station A., West End, 
San Antouio, Texas, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 
CARTER, Edwin ; m. (1870) Sophia Seabright ; 
one s. five d. Fruit Merchant. Dist. Coun 
cillor, Parish Councillor, Member of Board 
of Guardians ; Trustee of Kempsey Dole 
Charities, School Manager; Local Preacher, 
S.S. Supt., Class-leader, Soc. Steward, Cir 
cuit Steward. Address: The Greens, Kemp 
sey, Worcester. P. 

CARTER, Rev. Henry; b. NOV. 3, 1874, at 

Plymouth ; s. of Geo. Henry Richard Carter 
and Lavinia Johns Carter, of Plymouth ; 
m. Elizabeth Rumbelow, of Cardiff ; one d. 
Educ. Private school and Plymouth Public 
School ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1901. Keen 
in Temperance propaganda, and in work of 
Wes. Meth. Union for Social Service ; elected 
Wes. Meth. Connexional Temperance Sec. by 
Conference of 1911. Publications : The Church 
and the New Age ; Annual Temperance Hand 
book for six past years ; Editor of See and 
Serve, journal of W.M.U.S.S. ; Pamphlets, 
Licensing Bill Explained, Children s Act Ex 
plained. Address: Central Buildings, West 
minster, S.W. ; telephone : Victoria 4438. W. 
CARTER, Rev. John, B.D. (Iowa) ; b. Sept. 9, 
I860, at Derby ; s. of John and Rachel Carter ; 
m. Mary Florence Brentnall, of Riddings, 
Derbyshire ; one s. Educ. Wes. School and 
Derby School of Science, South Kensington 
Science Scholarship; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 
384. Pres. of Arbroath Naturalists Assoc, 
.902-4, and of Coatbridge N.A. 1906-7 ; Army 
and Navy Chaplain, 1908-10; Chaplain to 
H.M. Convict Prison, 1910. Contributor to 
Periodicals. Recreations: Photography and 
cycling. Address: 77 Victoria Road South, 
vSouthsea, Portsmouth. W. 

CARTWRIGHT, Rev. John ; b. April, 1855, at 
I*>ppmgton, Salop ; $. of James Cartwright ; 
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m. Mary Emma, d. of Joseph Ardern, of 
Cheadle, Cheshire. Educ. Wem Grammar 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Address : 
Tenterden, Ashford, Kent. W. 

CARTWRIGHT, Rev. John Henry ; b. May 20, 

1864, at Thirsk ; s. of James Cartwright ; m. 
Jane, e. d. of David Grieves, of Willington, 
Durham ; four s. three d. Educ. Bishop 
Auckland Grammar School ; Westminster 
Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Financial Sec. of Sheffield 
Dist. 1898-9 ; Carlisle Dist. 1904-5 ; Chair- 
man of Carlisle Dist. 1906-11. Recreations : 
Walking and cycling. Address : Wesley 
Manse, Church Walk, Ulverston. W. 

CASH, Albert James; b. Jan. 15, 1873, at 

Shottle, Derbyshire ; . of Joseph Cash ; m. 
Evelyn Mary, d. of James Henry Stevenson ; 
three s. Educ. Privately. Member of Derby 
shire C.C. Solicitor at Derby, Ripley, and 
Belper. Sec. of Nottingham Dist. ; President 
of Derbyshire Federation of Free Church 
Councils ; Member of Gen. Com. of L-P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. ; Del. to Conference, 
1907-8-10 ; Legal Sec. of Derby Temperance 
Federation ; Hon. Solicitor for Derbyshire 
Band of Hope Union. Sec. of Mid- Derbyshire 
Liberal Assoc. ; Governor of Belper Higher 
Grade School and Gilbert Exhibition Fund ; 
| Manager of Duffield Voluntary Schools ; 
Solicitor for National Deposit Friendly 
Society, Burton Division ; Clerk of Duffield 
Parish Council ; Parliamentary Election Agent 
for Sir Thos. Roe, M.P., in 1906, and for 
Mr. J. G. Hancock, M.P., in 1909 and 1910. 
Address: Duffield, Derby. U. 

CASH, William J b. 1864, at Brigg, Lincolnshire j 
rn. Rose E-, d. of Geo. Plowman, Esq., of 
Spalding ; two d. Educ. Brigg Grammar 
School. Circuit Steward; Dist. Treas. of 
Auxiliary Fund ; Member of Connexional 
Com. of Auxiliary Fund ; Circuit Treas. of 
Foreign Missions ; Rep. to Conference twice. 
Address : Norham Lodge, Fyfield Road, 
Oxford. W. 

CASH, William P. ; b. May 25, 1879, at Bilsby, 
Lines ; s. of John Cash. Educ. Mablethorpe 
C.C. schools. General Merchant. Parish 
Councillor. Circuit and Society Steward. 
Address : Huttoft, Alford, Lines. W. 

i CASTLE, Rev. Thomas Brain ; b. Aug. 21, 1862, 

at Blaenavon, Mon ; s. of George Castle ; 
m. Lily, only d. of Henry Wihnott, of Bristol ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Private school and Wes. 
day school, Blaenavon ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1886. Pupil teacher under Bristol School 
Board ; five years in the office of J. S. Fry & 
Sons, Ltd., Bristol. Instrumental in filling 
derelict chapels in Manchester, Bradford, 
Glasgow, and Nottingham ; a pioneer of 
Sunday afternoon meetings for men, especially 
in Scotland. Mrs. Brain Castle has greatly 
helped as speaker and organizer In the Sister- 



THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 



CECIL 

hood Movement, B.W.T.A., and among j 
young women. Recreations : Cycling, tennis, j 
boating, swimming, &c. Address : Wesley | 
Manse, 55 Howard St., Eccles New Road, j 
Manchester. W. 

CECIL, Rev. John Kindel, A.B., B.D.; i>. 

June 27, 1873, at Munsie, Indiana, U.S.A.; ] 
s. of Walter A. and Carrie C. Cecil ; m. Eliza- I 
beth H. Kite, of Sims, Indiana ; one s. Educ. < 
Greencastle, Indiana; Madison, N.J.; New] 
York City ; De Pauw Univ. and Columbia 
Univ. ; e. m. 1898. Trustee of Meth. Me 
morial House for Aged, of Warren, Indiana ; j 
Chairman of Conference Board of Examiners. 
Address : 332 East Wayne St., Fort Wayne, j 
Indiana, U.S.A. M.E.Ch. 
CHADWICK, Rev. Samuel ; b. Sept. 16, i860, at j 

Burnley ; s. of William Chadwick ; m. Miss I 
Crowther, of Boston Spa. Stud, at Didsbury i 
Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Elected to Legal Hundred, ! 
1902 ; Biblical Tutor at Cliff Coll. ; Chairman j 
of Sheffield Dist. ; Editor of Joyful News ; j 
for 16 years Supt. of the Leeds Mission. 1 
Publication : Humanity and God. Address : 
Cliff College, Calver, via Sheffield. W. 

CHADWICK, Rev. William ; b. April 26, 1874, 

at Leeds ; s. of William and Emma Chadwick , 
of Leeds; m. Edith Alice, d. of Rev. T. 
Rider, of Southport ; one s. three d. Educ. 
Crossley s Orphanage, Halifax; Ranmoor 
Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1896. Address: 
Glengariff, Newquay, Cornwall. U. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Rev. James; b. June 20, 

1869, at Hinckley ; s. of Mark Chamberlain ; 
nt. Henrietta James, of Mossel Bay, Cape 
Colony ; one s. Educ. Govt. School, Hinck 
ley ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address : Retief St., Potchef- 
stroom, Transvaal. W. 

CHAMINGS, Mrs. W. H. ; b. Feb. 23, 1862, at 
Melton Mowbray ; d. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 
Griffey ; m. Rev. W. H. Chamings, of Weston- 
super-Mare ; one s. one d. Educ. Privately 
and at Southlands Coll. Class-leader, Con 
ductor of Women s Meetings ; Temperance and 
Foreign Missionary Advocate; Past Pres. of 
Local Branches of B.W.T.A., and of County 
Union ; Member of Connexional Temperance 
Com. Address: Annesley House, South- 
side, Weston-super-Mare. W. 

CHAMINGS, Rev. William Harding ; b. March 24, 

1857, at Lidcott Hall, N. Devon ; s. of William 
Leverton Chamings ; m. Emily, d. of W. H. 
Griffey, Melton Mowbray ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Norman s Boarding School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1880. Publications : The Church and 
the Children; Hymns in the new Methodist 
School Hymnal, and elsewhere. Address: 
Annesley House, South Side, Weston-super- 
Mare. W. 

CHAMPION, Rev. Thomas Henry ; b. March, 

1874, at Ramsbury, Wilts ; s. of John Cham- 



CHAPMAN 



pion ; m. Bertha M. W., d. of Charles Pinhorn ; 
two s. Stud. Hartley Coll. , Manchester ; e. m. 
1899. Contributor to Magazines. Address: 
Jannetta Cottage, Arkleston Road, Paisley, 
N.B. P. 

CHAMPNE8S, John Henry, F.C.A. ; b. 1837, at 

Mickleham, Surrey ; s. of John Swain Champ- 
ness and Emma, his wife, niece of the Count de 
Grasse ; m. Emily Ellen, d. of C. S. Mager, of 
Bath ; three s. four d. Educ. Hambley House, 
Streatham. Chartered Accountant. Been 
Chairman of one of London Board schools, 
also on Clapham Vestry and Wandsworth 
Board of Works. S.S. Teacher and Supt. over 
50 years ; Circuit Steward ; Dist. Sec. for 
Foreign Missions. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address: Orchardleigh, Wallington, Surrey. 
Clubs : Royal Societies ; Plymouth Club, Ply 
mouth. W. 
CHANT, Rev. William James ; b. Aug. 28, 1854, 

at Milborne Port, Somerset ; s. of George 
Hillier Chant ; m. Annie Mary, d. of Thomas 
Werry Blake, of Wadebridge ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Private and public schools ; e. m. 1877. 
Address : Lindow Lodge, Lancaster. W. 

CHAPLIN, Rev. Arthur Payne; b. Feb. 10, 

1850, at Birmingham ; s. of Thomas Chaplin, 
of Birmingham ; m. Jacoba, d. of Mr. George 
Fincham, Queenstown, S. Africa ; three *. 
two d. Educ. Private school and Grammar 
School (Branch), Birmingham; Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1872. Treas. of Twentieth 
Century Fund, S. Africa, 1902 ; Sec. of S. 
African Wes. Meth. Conference, 1904; Pres., 
1905. Address: Verulam, Natal, South 
Africa. S. A. 

CHAPMAN, Rev. Harold J., M.A. ; b. Oct. 27, 
1872 ; s. of T. T. Chapman, of Cleethorpes ; 
m. 2nd d. of Robert Forsyth, of Ordsall, 
Carrickfergus, Ireland ; two d. Educ. Clea 
Grammar School, and privately ; Hatfield 
Hall, Durham Univ. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1896. Supt. of Stoke Mission ; Guardian of 
the Poor for Stoke Union ; on Stoke Libraries 
Com. Publications : Stories, Articles, and 
Verses. Address : 2 The Villas, London Road, 
Stoke-on-Trent. W. 

CHAPMAN, Rev. Henry T. ; b. 1844; t. of 

Thomas Chapman, of Sandbach ; m. 1872. 
Educ. Rathbone s private school and Owens 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1867. President 
1910-11 ; Member of Connexional Com. for 
20 years, Sec. of Stationing Com. 13 years; 
has been Corresponding Sec. of the Free 
Methodist Assembly ; Missionary Sec. for 15 
years. Address: 20 Grange Avenue, Leeds. 
U. 

CHAPMAN, Rev. James, D.D. (Viet. Toronto); 

b. May 18, 1849, at Droylsden, Manchester ; s. 
of Francis Chapman ; m. Annie Thompson, of 
Hartley Castle, Kirkby Stephen ; two s. Educ. 
at private schools; afterwards Zurich and 

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CHAPMAN THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 CHEESERIGHT 

of Wesley. Address : 810 Broadway, Nash 
ville, Tennessee, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

CHAPPELL, Rev. John William ; b. 1868, at 

Leeds; s. of Samuel Charles Chappell, of 
Barnsley ; m. Jane Amelia Hope, d. of 
Richard Wainman Hoi den, of Sheffield ; two 
d. Educ. Barnsley Grammar School ; Hart 
ley Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1890. Devoted 
many years to the study of Roman Catho 
licism in England and the Continent, and 
also to Renaissance Art; lecturer of the 
National Protestant Assoc. Publications : 
A Subtle Enchantress ; In the Power of 
God : The History of a Religious Movement ; 
The Enemy at the Gate : The Modern 
Menace to the Freedom of Faith and the 
Rights of Citizenship ; Magazine Articles. 
Address: Pine Grove, Avon Street, Mother- 
well, N.B. P. 

CHAPPLE, Frederic, B.A., B.SC. (Lond.); b. 

Oct. 12, 1845, at Condon ; s. of John Chappie, 
of Pimlico ; m. Elizabeth Sarah Hunter, of 
Hackney ; four s. four d. Educ. Westminster 
Training Coll.; King s Coll., Lond.; Royal 
Science School, South Kensington. Principal, 
Prince Alfred Coll., Adelaide, S. Australia. 
Class-leader, Local Preacher, S.S. Teacher; 
Rep. to local Conference, to Gen. Conference 
of Australia, to Oecumenical of 1901 ; Warden 
of the Senate of Univ. of Adelaide for 30 
years ; Member of Council of Univ. of 
Adelaide; Pres. of Y.M.C.A., Council of 
Churches, &c. Publication: Boys Own 
Grammar. Recreations : Walking and tennis. 
A ddress : Prince Alfred College, Kent Town, 
nr. Adelaide, S. Australia. A. 

CHARLESWORTH, Rev. Walter ; b. Dec. 2, 

1861, at Syston, Leicester ; s. of William 
Charleswortii ; m. Jane Elizabeth Geeson, of 
Stonesby ; one s. three d. Educ. Syston 
Diocesan and Leicester Spa Boarding School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Missionary in 
S. Ceylon, 1886-97. Recreations: Cricket, 
golf, and cycling. Address : Clovelly, Cargate 
Grove, Aldershot. W. 

CHARLTON, John ; b. April 2, 1842, at Hawk- 
steel, Allendale ; s. of JohnandMarj Charlton ; 
m. Hannah, d. of Wm. and Isabella Stobart, of 
Burntongues, Allendale. Educ. Keenley and 
Ninebanks schools. Farmer. Circuit Stew 
ard, S.S. Teacher, Chapel Steward, Soc. 
Steward, Class-leader, and Circuit Treas. for 
Foreign Missions ; Manager of Allendale 
Council Schools. Address: Ashey Bank, 
Whitfield, R.S.O. W. 

CHARTER, Rev. George. Educ. Wellingborough 

Grammar School ; e. m. 1868. Recreations : 
Painting, angling. Address: 40 Brantwood 
Road, Luton. W. 

CHEESERIGHT, John Henry, B.SC. (Lond.), 

F.C.S. ; b. April 5, 1866, at Littleport, Ely ; 
s. of Henry Cheeseright ; m. Sister Louise 



Heidelberg ;Did?bury Coll.; .w.lS71. Chairman 
of Oxford Dist. 1890-93 ; elected to Legal Hun 
dred, 1894 ; Fernley Lecturer, 1895 ; Principal 
of Southlands Coll. since 1895 ; Cole lecturer, 
Vanderbilt Univ., U.S.A., 1904 ; Member of 
Consultative Com. of Board of Education. 
One of the Secretaries of the Oecumenical 
Methodist Conference, 1911. Publications: 
Jesus Christ and the Present Age (Fernley 
Lecture) ; The Christian Character (Cole 
Lectures, 1904). Address: Southlands Coll., 
Battersea, S.W. W. 

CHAPMAN, John Barnett ; . Aug. 25, 1865, at 

Bempton, East Yorks ; s. of John Chapman, 
Hull; m. Annie Louisa, 2nd d. of Robert 
Bailey, Hull ; two s. three d. Solicitor ; 
Deputy Town Clerk of Hull, and Sec. to the 
Governors of Hymers Coll. Local Preacher ; 
Circuit Steward ; Pres. of the Hull and Dist. 
C.E. Union, 1907-8. Recreations : Motoring 
and cycling. Address : 16 St. George s Road, 
Hull ; Town Hall, Hull. P. 

CHAPMAN, Rev. Melville Beardsley, A.M., D.D. ; 

b. Sept. 21, 1843, at Mayville, N.Y. ; s. of 
Rev. Carlos R. Chapman, of East Ohio Con 
ference ; m. Dora MacArthur, of Pittsburgh ; 
one d. Educ. Mount Union Coll., Ohio ; Bos 
ton Univ. ; e. m. 1868, New England Con 
ference. Prof, of Homiletics and Practical 
Theology in Boston Univ. School of Theology, 
now Lecturer in same. Recreations : Motoring 
and golf. Address: Douglas Manor, Flush 
ing, New York, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

CHAPMAN, Walwyn Thomas, J.P. ; b. March 12, 

1864, at Cleethorpes ; s. of T. T. Chapman ; m. 
Mercy, d. of H. Morris, of Grimsby ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Humberstone Grammar 
School. Brick Manufacturer. J.P., C.C.; S.S. 
Supt., ec. to Trustees of Cleethorpes, Ex- 
Circuit Steward, &c. ; Chairman of the 
Cleethorpes Technical Educ. Com., also of the 
Governors of the P.T. Centre and Girls High 
School ; Governor of Clee Grammar School. 
Address : Ehnleigh, Cleethorpes. W. 

CHAPMAN, William Overton ; b. NOV. 24, 1854, 

at Horncastle ; two s. four d. Auctioneer 
and Surveyor. Local Preacher, S.S. Supt. ; 
Rep. to Conference three times. Recreations : 
Shooting and motoring. Address : Ouslow 
House, Horncastle. W. 

CHAPPELL, Rev. E. B., A.B., D.D.; 6. in 

Tennessee, U.S.A.; s. of W. B. Chappell; 
m. Miss Headlee, of Missouri ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Vanderbilt Univ. S.S. Editor and 
Chairman of the S.S. Board of M.E. Church 
South ; for more than 20 years a pastor in 
San Antonio and Austin, Texas, St. Louis, 
Missouri and Nashville, Tenn. ; Member of 
Board of Trust of Vanderbilt Univ. ; twice 
elected S.S. Editor, first by the Gen. Con 
ference of 1906 and again by the Conference 
of 1910. Publication: Studies in the Life 
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THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 CHUDLEIGH 



Carey, of East London Mission ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Westminster Training Coll. Science 
Teacher. Local Preacher, Circuit Steward, 
S.S. worker, Sec. of Circuit Union and Dist. 
Corns; Rep. to Conference, 1910. Address: 
7 Claremont Place, Gateshead. W. 

CHEETHAM, Rev. William Henry ; b. NOV. 12, 

1875, at Nantwich, Cheshire; s. of George 
and Emma Cheetham; m. Bessie, d. of 
Thomas H. Nesbitt, F.S.A., Town Clerk of 
Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. Westminster Training 
Coll.; e. m. 1903. Associate of the Coll. of 
Preceptors ; Tutor of U.B.H.S. Class Art 
and Principles of Teaching. Specially 
interested in S.S. work. For six years on 
staff of Westminster Coll. Schools. Recrea 
tion: Cycling. Address: Kingswood, Rows- 
ley Avenue, Hendon, N.W. W. 

CHENHALLS, Rev. James Tregear ; &. Aug. 12, 

1867, at St. Just, Cornwall ; s. of Alfred 
Chenhalls, J.P. ; m. Clara, d. of Dr. Bentham, 
late of Southsea and Hampstead, N.W. ; one 
s. four d. Educ. Truro Coll. ; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. m. 1902. Recreations : Tennis and 
cycling. Address : 2 Hamilton Drive, The 
Park, Nottingham. W. 

CHESTERS, Rev. Frederick Stephen ; b. Aug. i <;, 

1845, at Hanley Potteries; s. of Stephen 
Chesters, Artist; m. Marion F., d. of John 
Horsfall ; five s. three d. Educ. Maida Hill 
Grammar School, &c. ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1873. Spent 1st year in Germany ; next 
10 years in W. Indies. Recreation : Walking. 
Address : Epworth House, Holbeach. W. 

CHEW, Ebenezer ; b. Feb. 5, 18-i8, at Biggies- 
wade ; s. of Ebenezer and Mary Chew ; m. 
Annie Tilcock, of Biggleswade ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Meed House, Biggleswade. Grocer. 
Circuit Steward ; Trustees Treas. for 20 
years ; Local Preacher for 20 years. Member 
of Board of Guardians, Urban Dist. Council, 
Water- Board, &c. Address: Condon Road, 
Biggleswade, Beds. W. 

CHINN, Rev. John ; b. Feb. 17, 1868, at Cam- 
borne ; s. of Thomas and Mary Nicholas 
Chinn ; m. Kate Elizabeth Bridgwater, of 
Birmingham ; one c. Educ. Camborne ; 
U.M. Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1893. 
Missionary in Jamaica eight years ; Supt. 
of Mission in Central America three years. 
A ddress : Fernleigh, St. Andrew s St., 
Netherton, nr. Dudley. U. 

CHIPPINDALE, James, J.P. ; b. Jan. 10, 1855, 
at Bedale ; s. of William Chippindale ; m. 
M. A. Forrest, of Harrogate ; one s. three d. 
Builder; three times Mayor of Harrogate; 
Member of Town Council, 1890 ; Alderman, 
1898 ; for several years Chairman of Finance 
and Parliamentary Com. ; Governor of In 
firmary and of Secondary Education ; Member 
of Joint Hospital Board, &c. ; J.P. for W. 
Riding of Yorks 1906 ; Church Steward for 



20 years and S.S. Supt. 24 years; for many 
years conductor of Band of Hope ; for ten years 
on Connexional Com. ; Rep. to Conference 
several times ; Governor and Trustee of 
Ash ville Coll., Harrogate. Address: Grassing - 
ton, Harrogate. U. 

CHOATE, Rev. Thomas Joseph; b. 1844, at 

Colchester ; s. of Thomas Choate ; m. Lucy 
Sophia Bennell, of Colchester ; seven s. two d. 
Educ. Friends School, Beverley Lodge, Col 
chester, also a few months under Dr. Andrew 
Kessen, Islington ; e. m. 1866. Missionary 
in W. Indies, 1866-73 ; Chairman of Bolton 
Dist. 1891-4; Liverpool Dist. 1897-1903. 
Elected to Legal Conference, 1900. Addrtss : 
11 Seafield Road, Lytham, Lanes. W. 

CHRISTIAN, Thomas William ; b. May 17, 1864, 

at Skillington, Lincolnshire ; s. of Robert 
Christian; m. Maude Helena, d. of Fleet 
Engineer W. Nicklin, D.S.O., R.N. Educ. 
Grantham Grammar School; Wesley Coll., 
Sheffield. Engineer Commander in Royal 
Navy. Class-leader. Address: Hillside Cot 
tage, Montrose St., Helensburgh, Scotland. W. 
CHRISTIE, Rev. William J. ; b. NOV. 27, 1853, 

at Hull ; s. of W. R. Christie, of Hull ; m. 
1st, Margaret M. H. Collen, of Tanderagee, 
Co. Armagh; 2nd, Emma J., d. of J. H. 
Halliday, M.D., Belfast; four c. Educ. 
Schools in Hull and Meth. Coll., Belfast; 
e. m. 1877. Temperance Sec. for Irish Con 
ference, 1896-1909. Publications : Compiled 
Scholars Temperance Science Lessons. Ad 
dress : Holywood, Co. Down. W. 

CHUBB, Sir George Hayter, Kt. (1885), 1st 

Bart. (cr. 1900) ; b. Aug. 29, 1848, at Islington, 
London ; s. of John Chubb ; m. Sarah Vanner, 
only d. of Charles Early, J.P. of Witney, 
Oxon ; two *. three d. Educ. Islington Pro 
prietary School, and afterwards at Mr. Shaw s 
private school at Tulse Hill, Brixton. Chair 
man of Chubb & Son s Lock and Safe Co., Ltd. ; 
Director of many other Companies ; J.P. for 
Kent ; Knight of Grace of Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem ; Chevalier of Legion of Honour ; 
Officer of Order of Leopold ; Royal Commis 
sioner of former Patriotic Fund ; Paris Exhibi 
tion, 1900, &c. Member of Representative 
Conference and of many Corns. ; Treas. and 
Vice-Chairman of Leys School, Cambridge ; 
chief work and interest is in Wes. Soldiers 
and Sailors Homes. Addresses: 128 Queen 
Victoria Street, London, E.G. ; Newlands, 
Chislehurst, Kent ; Riverside, Witney, Oxon. 
Clubs : Carlton ; Constitutional ; City 
Carlton. W. 

CHUDLEIGH, Rev. Frederick William, L.R. A.M., 

L.I.S.M. ; b. Feb. 18, 1878, at Bristol ; *. 
of F. R. H. Chudleigh, of Bristol. Educ. 
Bristol Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1900. Member of Stepney Borough 
Council. Recreation: Music. Addrtss: 80 
Erlanger Road, New Cross, S.E. W. 

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CHURCH 

CHURCH, Rev. Frederick ; b. Feb. u, 1857, at 

Northampton ; s. of William Church, of 
Northampton ; tn. Elizabeth Ellen, 3rd d. of 
G. Wilson Beattie, Northampton; one s. 
(Minister in Eastbourne Circuit), one d. 
e. m. 1878. Address: The Emery Seamen s 
Rest, Barking Road, Canning Town, E. W. 
CLAGUE, John Baxter; b. May 5, 1875, at 
Ramsey, Isle of Man ; s. of William and M. M. 
Clague; m. Clara Ethel Corkill, of Ramsey. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Ramsey, and Wood- 
house Grove School. Iron and Steel Merchant, 
Engineer, Ironfounder, &c. Circuit Steward, 
Local Preacher; Member of School Board. 
Address : 9 Lezayre Terrace, Ramsey t Isle 
of Man, W. 

CLAMP, Rev. Thomas ; b. Aug. 20, 1853, at 

Tipton, Staffs ; s. of John Clamp ; m. Mary- 
Ann, d. of George and Hannah Merry, of L,ich- 
field. Educ. Privately; e. m. July 1878. 
Address: Froghall, Cheadle, Staffs. P. 

CLAPHAM, George Herbert ; b. May 22, 1863, 

at Manchester ; s. of John Clapham ; m. 
Lizzie Maude, d. of Alderman Keevney ; four c. 
Educ. The Leys, Cambridge. Diamond 
Merchant. S.S. Supt. ; Class-leader ; Local 
Preacher ; Rep. to Conference ; a Governor 
of The Leys since 1888. Recreations : Shoot 
ing, tennis, and mountaineering. Address : 
56 King Street, Manchester. W. 

CLAPPERTON, Rev. John Alexander, M.A. 

(Edin.) ; b. June 11, 1858 ; s. of John Clapper- 
ton, J.P., of Edinburgh ; m. M. E., d. of G. 
Bradley, Esq., of Scarborough ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Moray House Training Coll. ; Edinburgh 
Univ. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1885. Sec. of 
the Union for Biblical and Homiletic Study. 
Publications : Methods of Soul Culture ; How 
to attain Fellowship with God ; First Steps to 
New Testament Greek ; Key to Same ; Pitfalls 
in Bible English ; Through Roman Spectacles 
(the N.T. illustrated from Roman life) ; Ten 
to One, and other Papers ; Romance of Early 
Methodism ; Manual for Local Preachers ; 
Culture of the Christian Heart ; Finger-posts 
to Prayer. Recreations : Music and cycling. 
A ddress : Rose Bank Manse, Blairgowrie, 
N.B. W. 

CLARKE, Rev. Harry Bertram ; b. Oct. 20, 

1880, at Cardiff, Wales; s. of Thomas and 
Emily Clarke ; m. Bessie Dora Williston, of 
Halifax, N.S., Canada ; one s. Educ. Sack- 
ville, New Brunswick ; Mt. Allison Univ. ; 
e. m. 1903. Recreations : Tennis and skating. 
Address : 504 Robie St., Halifax, Nova Scotia, 
Canada. C. 

CLARKE, Thomas ; b. Dec. 9, 1846, at Fenny 
Stratford, Bucks ; s. of George and Elizabeth 
Clarke ; tn. Harriet Gautrey, of Cambridge ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Hackney Road Wes. 
Sunday and day school, and at Westminster 
Training Coll. (1866-7). Schoolmaster. Class- 
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leader ; Local Preacher ; Circuit Steward ; 
S.S. Gen. Sec. for 14 years ; Head Master of 
Tonbridge Wes. day school, 1872-1911. 
Total abstainer and Rechabite. Recreation ; 
Walking. Address: 76 Hadlow Road, 
Tonbridge, Kent. W. 

CLARKE, Rev. William John; b. 1852, at 

Bristol ; s. of James Clarke, of Bristol ; tn 
Annie, 1st d. of James Jenkins, of Bristol ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Bedtninster National 
school; e. m. 1871. Sec. to Com. for the 
Erection of Wesley Memorial Church, Bryants 
Hill, Kingswood, 1907. Address: Vesper 
Mount, Kirkstall, Leeds. U. 

CLARKE, Rev. Wilmot Gereau, B.A. ; b. 

April 8, 1866, at Smithfield, Ont., Canada; 
. of James L. and Nancy Clarke ; m. Lois 
Chorters, of Adolphustown ; two d. Educ. 
Cobourg ; Victoria Coll. ; e. tn. 1885. Silver 
Medallist Metaphysics and Ethics. Pres. 
Bay of Quinte Conference ; twice Member of 
General Conference ; College Agent. Recrea 
tions : Travel, boating, fishing, and walking. 
Address: Belleville, Ontario, Canada. C. 

CLAYTON, Rev. Albert Charles ; b. May 16, 

1869, at St. Helens, Lancashire; s. of Rev. 
Albert Clayton ; m. Ellen Priestnal, of Bar- 
well. Educ. Hull Grammar School ; Liver 
pool Coll. ; Univ. Coll., London ; e. m. 1892. 
Missionary in S. India. Selected by the 
Missions in S. India to prepare Christian 
Literature in the Tamil Language, and lent 
by the Wes. Missionary for that purpose to 
the Board for Tamil Christian Literature from 
1907. Publications : Gangai s Pilgrimage ; 
In Tamil : The Vidya Malika Readers ; 
Madras Government Museum Bulletin : The 
Paraiyan ; Jesus Christ and His Disciples ; 
The Tamil Bible Dictionary, &c. ; Editor of 
the Tamil Preacher s Magazine. Address : 
Centenary Hall, 24 Bishopsgate, London, E.G. 
W. 

CLAYTON, Rev. John William; b. April 12, 

1870, at Ashton-under-Lyne ; s. of William 
Clayton and Elizabeth P. Burgess ; m. Eliza 
beth A. Bell, of Stockport ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Elementary School and Evening Science 
Schools, Stockport ; e. tn. August 1897. Pub 
lication : The Genius of God, and other Ser 
mons. Recreations : Book-binding, general 
physical culture, bowling, and walking. Ad 
dress : 132 Accrington Road, Blackburn. U. 

CLAYTON, William Henry ; s. of Rev. Wm. Clay- 
ton. Chartered Accountant. Circuit Steward ; 
Trust Secretary ; Rep. to Conference, 1909 ; 
Member of Hartley Coll. Com. ; Member of 
Central Centenary Com. A ddress : Sheffield 
Road, Chesterfield. P. 

CLEGG, Arthur ; b. Dec. 19, 1875, at Halifax; 
s. of late George Clegg, J.P., of Halifax; m. 
Phoebe Beal, of Halifax ; two s.one d. Educ. 
Leys School, Camb. Director of Hoi ling- 



CLEGG 



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CLOGG 



rake & Clegg, Ld., Worsted Spinners. Circuit 



Steward; S.S. Sec. for 15 years. 
Ravenswood, Halifax. W. 



Address 



CLEGG, Rev. James Whitehead ; b. NOV. 1 1, 

I860, at Liverpool ; s. of James Clegg ; m. 
Mary Jane, d. of Peter Thompson, of Keswick ; 
five s. Educ. Mechanics Inst. and Queen s 
Coll., Liverpool ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 
1889. Acting Naval Chaplain, 1888 ; Leeds 
Dist. Missionary, 1889 ; First Supt. of Severn 
Valley Mission ; Founder of the Stoke Brother 
hood and Men s Institute ; Home Missionary 
Minister and Conference Deputation. Con 
tributor to various Magazines. Recreations : 
Tennis, cycling, and travel. Address: La- 
morna, Garficld Road, Ryde. W. 

CLEGG, Rev. John Ernest ; b. May si, 1868, at 

Rochdale ; s. of James Clegg, Printer and 
Bookseller, Rochdale, Lanes ; m. Florence 
Felvus, d. of Rev. Josiah Felvus ; four d. 
Educ. Elementary schools, Rochdale; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Recreation : Walking. 
A ddress : 14 Mornington Road, Bow, E- W. 

CLEMENS, Rev. John Samuel, B.A. (Lond.), 

B.D. (St. And.). Principal of Theological 
Coll., Ranmoor, Sheffield, since 1898; Pres. 
of last M.N.C. Conference, 1907. Address: 
Ranmoor College, Sheffield. U. 

CLEMENT, Rev. Andrew Edwin; b. Feb. 7, 

1865, at Humboldt, Tenn., U.S.A. ; s. of Dr. 
Benjamin W. and Catharine Clement ; m. 
1st, Annie Lee Cotton, of Brentwood, Tenn. ; 
2nd, Alice Dean, of Ashville, N.C. ; four c. 
Educ. Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. ( 
Minister in Tennessee Annual Conference; 
Hospital Commissioner for Tennessee, engaged 
in projecting Galloway Memorial Hospital 
enterprise located at Nashville. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address : 810 Broadway, Nash 
ville, Tennessee. M.E. Ch. S. 

CLEMENTS, Rev. Edward ; b, 1864, at Barns- 
bury, N. ; m. Elizabeth Lydia Atkins, of 
Finsbury Park ; two s. three d. e. m. 1888. 
Twice elected Del. to Conference. Recrea 
tions : Cricket and cycling. Address: Fern- 
leigh, Libanus Road, Ebbw Vale, Mon. P. 

CLEMINSON, Rev. John Hetherington ; b. March 

12, 1856, at Keswick ; s. of Rev. Joseph R. 
and Jane Ann Cleminson ; m. Annie S. Hulme, 
of Macclesfield. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
School; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1879; 
elected to Legal Hundred, 1910. Address: 
The Manse, Wells Road, Ilkley. W. 

CLEMINSON, Rev. J. Robinson ; b, Oct. 5, 1845, 

at Shildon, Durham ; s. of John Cleminson, of 
Shildon ; m. Mary Alice, e. d. of John Millican, 
J.P., of Alston, Cumberland; four s. one d 
Educ. Grammar School and Wes. day school. 
Bishop Auckland ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1868. Address: Alston, Pearson s Park, 
Hull. W. 



CLEMITSON, Rev. Robert ; b. Feb. 7, 1836, at 
Allendale Town. E. m. 1858. Address : 141 
Avenue Road, Gateshead-on-Tyne. P. 

CLENDINNEN, Rev. George Samuel, S.T.I,.; 

b. March 4, 1866, at Pembroke, Ontario, 
Canada ; s. of John Deaker Clendinnen, M.D. ; 
m. Catherine Edgar Annand, of Aberdeen, 
Scotland ; one s. two d. Educ. Public 
schools, Ottawa, Ont. ; McGill Coll., Montreal ; 
Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal, Quebec; e. m. 
1885. Has given special attention to Young 
People s work ; once Pres. of Ontario C.E. 
Union, and of Epworth League of Montreal 
Conference; Member of Gen. Board of S.S. 
and Young People s Socs. ; has been twice 
Chairman of Dist. ; Member of Gen. Confer 
ence, 1910 ; Pres. of Ottawa Ministerial 
Assoc., and of Meth. Social Union of Ottawa. 
Recreations: Cycling and fishing. Address: 
65 Stewart Street, Ottawa, Ont., Canada. C. 

CLIFFORD, Rev. John William, M.A. ; b. Jan. 

18, 1879, at Oxford ; s. of Mr. Jas. Clifford. 
Educ. Oxford, as non-Coil, student ; e. m. 1902. 
Address: Holmedale, The Avenue, Durham. 
P. 

CLIFT, John Wesley J b. June 9, 1857, at Leo- 
minster ; s. of Edward Clift, of Haybridge 
House ; m. Hallie, d. of County Aid. R. Groom, 
J.P., Dothill Park, Shropshire ; one s. four d. 
Educ. Wellington. Carriage Manufacturer. 
Has been engaged in S.S. work for 42 years ; 
S.S. Sec. of Birmingham and Shrewsbury Dist. ; 
Member of Con. S.S. Com. and of Council of 
National S.S. Union. Chairman of Council, 
Health Com. &c. Address: Hillside, Wel 
lington, Shropshire. T.A. : 197 Wellington. W. 

CLIMER, Rev. Thomas Leonard, B.A. (Lond.) ; 

b. Nov. 27, 1869, at Waterhouses, Durham ; m. 
Rose Mary, e. d. of James Wilson, of Highthorn 
Hall, Yorks; ones. Educ. Headingley Coll., 
where he was also Sub-tutor for two years; 
e. m. 1894. Address: Yew Villa, Milton St., 
Darlington. W. 

CLOGG, Rev. Frank Bertram, M.A. (Camb.) ; b. 

May 16, 1884, at Birmingham ; s. of Rev. 
William H. Clogg. Educ. St. Olave s Grammar 
School ; Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge ; Sizar 
(1903), Scholar (1908), Second Class Classical 
Tripos (B.A. 1906), First Class Theological 
Tripos, 1908; M.A. 1910; Dr. Williams s 
Scholar ; Berlin University and Heidelberg 
Univ. ; e. m. 1907. Assist. Tutor, Richmond 
Coll. 1909. Recreation: Tennis. Address: 
The College, Richmond, Surrey. W. 

CLOGG, Rev. William Henry ; b. June 8, 1843, 

at Exeter ; s. of John Clogg ; m. Mary King 
Sherwell, of Ivy Bridge ; five s. e. m. 1865. 
Elected to the Legal Hundred, 1893 ; Sec. of 
London Methodist Council for six year; 
Steward of the Annuitant Society. Address: 
36 Manor Road, Beckenham. W. 

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CLOUGH 

CLOUGH, Rev. William ; b. March 29, 1859, at 
Bradford; *. of Jonathan Clough. Educ. 
Bradford ; Harley and Cliff Colls. ; e. m. 
1891. Pres. of Wss. Reform Union, 1901 ; 
re-elected 1909 ; For. Miss. Sec., Member of 
Barnsley Board of Guardians. Address : 
The Homestead, Stairfoot, Barnsley. R. 

CLUCAS, Rev. Joseph W. ; b. Feb. 7, 1842, at 

Glen Rushen, I. of M. ; s. of John Clucas ; m. 
E. Ruscoe, of Marbury, Cheshire ; Educ. Fox- 
dale National schools ; e. m. 1878. Address : 
Woodlea, Brockhurst Hill, I^ondon Road, 
Northwich. W. 

CLULOW, Rev. Fredk. Stephens ; b. 1875, at 

lyudlow ; 5. of Rev. William Clulow ; m. Miss 
Nellie Butt, of Stoke Newington ; one s. 
Educ. Bourne Coll., Birmingham, gaining the 
Conference Scholarship for Manchester Coll. ; 
e. m. 1897. Sec. of Condon S.S. Com. and 
Union for Social Service; Pres. of S. West 
Ham F.C.C. and C.E. Union, and Vice-Pres. 
of Y.M.C.A. and Dist. School Manager. Ad 
dress: 9 Victoria Crescent, St. Helicr, Jersey, 
C.I. P. 

COATES, Rev. George; b. Jan. 25, 1852, at 

Hanley, Staffs; s. of George Coates, of 
Hanley; m. Miss M. Fletcher, of Chester; 
one s. two d. Educ. Northwood Academy, 
Hanely ; e. m. 1875. For 38 years a Member 
of the International Order of Good Templars, 
holding many official positions. Has held the 
following public positions : Member of 
Middlesbrough Board of Guardians ; Pres. of 
Willington (Durham) F.C.C ; Pres. of Durham 
and Dist. C.E. Union; .Sec. of Borough of 
Tynemouth and Dist. F.C.C. ; Pres. of Tyne- 
mouth and Dist. Band of Hope Union ; Pres. 
of Tynemouth and Dist. C.E. Union ; Sec. of 
Derby F.C.C. Publications : Compiler of The 
Mcl^aren Birthday Book ; Creed and Conduct ; 
The Morning Watch; Music for the Soul; 
Gems of Illustration. Address : 37 Wilfred 
St., Derby. U. 

COATES, S. David, D.I,., J.P. ; b. April 18, 1856, 
at Gunnerside, Richmond, Yorks; s. of William 
Coates ; m. Janet, d. of Francis Piesse, Solici 
tor; five *. Educ. Gunnerside. Manufac 
turer. His Majesty s lieutenant for the City 
of lyondon; Deputy Alderman, and Member 
of the Corporation of Ixmdon ; Chairman of 
Gresham Com.; Trustee; has been Circuit, 
Society Steward, &c. Recreations : Golf and 
driving. Addresses: Homefield, Thurlow 
Park, Dulwich ; 15 Friday St., Condon, E C 
W. 

CO ATS WORTH, Thomas ; b. Sept. 5, 1840, at 
Newbiggin, Middleton-in-Teesdale ; s. of 
Mark Coatsworth ; m. Emma Smith, of 
Sunderland; two d. Educ. Middleton-in- 
Teesdale. Retired Chemist and Druggist. 
Circuit and Soc. Steward; has been Class- 
leader in West Riding, Yorks, and S.S. Supt. 
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COFFIN 



at Paddy s Goose for a while, and Dis 
penser for the Wea. East I/jndon Medical 
Mission when it was first commenced. Re 
creation: Gardening. Address: Daleholme, 
Middleton-in-Teesdale. W. 

OOBERN, Rev. Camden M., A.B. 1876 and A.M. 

1878 (Alleghany Coll.), S.T.B. 1883 and Ph.D 
1886 (Boston Univ.), D.D. 1896 (Alleghany 
Coll.), Ivitt.D. 1907 (Lawrence Coll.) ; b. 
April 19, 1855, at Uniontown, Pa. ; s. of 
Simon Pettr and Mary Ellen Cobern ; m. 
Ernestine Craft, of Erie, Pa. ; one s. two d. 
e. m. 1876 ; studied in England and Germany, 
1889-90. In 1896 Del. to the Gen. Conference ; 
Member of Epworth league Board of Control 
and the Commission which prepared the new 
Hymnal ; since 1906 Professor of English 
Bible and Philosophy of Religion at Alle 
ghany Coll., Meadville, Pa. Publications: 
Ancient Egypt in the I<ight of Modern 
Discovery ; Critical Commentary on the 
Books of Ezekiel and Daniel ; The Stars and 
the Book ; Bible Etchings of Immortality ; 
&c. ; contributed to Hastings s Dictionary of 
Christ and the Gospels. Address: Mead 
ville, Pa. M.E. Ch. 

COBERN, Thomas W. ; b. Aug. is, 1853, at 

Winchester ; s. of William Cobern ; m. Agnes 
E. Drew, of Winchester ; five s. three d. Educ. 
British schools. Tailor and Outfitter. lyocal 
Preacher, Class-leader, Trustee; Dist. Class- 
leaders Sec. ; twice Rep. Portsmouth Dist. 
Synod in Conference ; has filled many church 
offices. Address : 72 Parchment St., Win 
chester. W. 

COCKER, James ; b. July 5, 1856, at oidham ; 

s. of Randle Cocker ; m. Martha Ann Swain, of 
Oidham ; two d. Educ. Oidham. Managing 
Director, Cotton Mill. S.S. Supt. ; Circuit 
Treas. Recreations : Cycling and motoring. 
Address: Albion House, 377 Park Road, 
Oidham. U. 

COCKS, Rev. James Dingle ; b. June 29, 1872, 

at Tavistock, Devon ; s. of Rev. James G. 
Cocks ; m. Edith, d. of Wm. Pascoe, of 
Boscarne, Bodmin ; one s. Educ. Kingswood 
School; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1899. Ad 
dress: The Manse, Rosehill Road, Ipswich. W. 

CODLING, Arthur; b. Aug. 2nd, 1855, at 

Hoxton, Condon ; s. of Richard and Martha 
Codling; m. Elizabeth I^obb, of Enfield 
Wash, Middlesex; one s. Educ. Southgate 
Road, lyondon, Middle-class School. Civil 
Servant. Circuit Steward; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1910 ; has held various church 
offices. Address : Ml Burrage Road, Plums- 
stead, W T oolwich. W. 

COFFIN, Rev. Joseph Shaw ; b. Sept. 22, 1837, 

at Barrington, Nova Scotia ; s. of Peter and 
Esther D. Coffin ; m. 1st, 1865, Annie M. 
Wilson, of Barrington, Nova Scotia; 2nd, 
1874, Sarah Iy. Doane, of Barrington, Nova 



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COLWELL 



Scotia ; three 5. four d. Educ, Halifax 
Grammar School ; e. m. 1859. Elected Pres. 
Meth. Conference, N.S., 1888. Del. to Gen. 
Conference Meth. Church, Canada, 1878, 1882, 
1910. Recreations: Yachting and reading. 
Address: Canso, Nova .Scotia. C. 

COLBECK, Rev. Alfred ; b. Jan. 11, 1858, at 

Batley ; e. s. of Armitage Colbeck, of Batley, 
Yorks ; m. Mary Webster, of Batley ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Batley Congregational 
Schools ; Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield ; e. m. 1878. 
Prizeman in each year of probation ; Corre 
sponding Member of the Manchester Geo 
graphical Society and Member of the Pales 
tine Exploration Fund ; Sec. of Temperance 
and Band of Hope Union of M.N.C. 1888-91 ; 
Editor and Book Steward of the M.N.C. 1897- 
1905 ; for several years Member of the M.N.C. 
Theological Com. ; Chairman of the Halifax 
and Bradford Dist., U.M. 1908-9. Publica 
tions : A Summer s Cruise ; Life of John Shaw 
of Pudsey ; The Fall of the Staincliffes 100 
Prize Story on The Evils of Gambling ; 
Chertons Workpeople; In the Toils of the 
Luddites ; and many other stories for young 
people; a contributor to well-known weekly 
and monthly periodicals. Recreations : Liter - 
ature and travel. Address: Cheslyn Hay, 
via Walsall. U. 

COLE, Arthur Unwin ; 6. Feb. n, 1868, at 

Sheffield ; s. of Skelton Cole, J.P. ; m. Mary, 
e. d. of Samuel Meggitt. Educ. Wesley Coll., 
Sheffield. Director of Cole Bros., Ltd.. 
Drapers, House Furnishers, &c. Ex-Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference, &c. ; for 
several years Pres. of the Sheffield Battn. of 
the Boys Brigade. Recreations : Music, 
gardening, golf, &c. Address: The Ridge, 
Sandygate, Sheffield. W. 

COLE, Rev. Richard; b. June 22, 1847, at 

Durrus, Co. Cork; s. of Francis Cole; m. 
Margaret Anne Lee, of Cork ; five s. Stud, 
at Queen s Coll., Cork; e. tn. 1870. Editor 
of Christian Advocate since 1894. Publica 
tions : Newspaper and Magazine Articles. 
Recreations : Pastoral work, gardening, and 
rural walks. Address: Whitehead, Co. 
Antrim. W. 

COLE, Rev Richard Lee, M.A. (Dub.) ; b. jan 

24, 1878, at Lurgan ; s. of Rev. Richard Cole ; 
m. 1904, 1st, Selina M. Kelly (one s.) ; 
1909, 2nd, Emily Dowling. Educ. Meth. Coll. 
Belfast, Dublin Univ. ; e. m. 1900. Recrea 
tion: Golf. Address: 9 Kinnaird Terrace 
Antrim Road, Belfast. W. 

COLE, Rev. William Thomas ; b. June 25, 1876 

at Reddal Hill, nr. Dudley ; s. of William Cole 
m. Eva, d. of Bayne Moor ; four c. Educ 
Elementary school, Blackheath ; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1900. Publication 
History of a Country Circuit (Nantwich 
and Burland). Recreation: Gardening. Ad 
drtss: The Manse, Hull Road, Withernsea. P 



COLEMAN, Edward ; b. 1864, at Cold Ashby, 

Northants ; s. of Aid. Joseph Coleman, J.P.; 
m. Selina Esther, 4th d. of Mr. E. D. Harlow, 
a prominent Methodist layman of Kent Dist.; 
two s. one d. Educ. Margate Coll., Kent. 
Corn and Hay Merchant. Circuit Steward ; 
Treas. of Home Mission Fund, Kent Synod. 
Alderman of Town Council; Chairman of 
Finance Com. and of School Managers. Ad 
dress : Harlowdene, Hawley Square, Margate. 
W. 
COLEY, Frederic Collins, M.D., J.P. ; b. at 

Stockport ; s. of Rev. Samuel Coley. Educ. 
Birmingham Grammar School, &c. J.P. for 
City and County of Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Local Preacher ; Class-leader ; S.S. Teacher ; 
contributor to Magazines and Newspapers, 
chiefly on Temperance and professional sub 
jects. Recreation: Shooting. Address: 21 
Eldon Square, Newcastle-on-Tyne. W. 
COLEY, Rev. S. Birt ; b. 1852, at Nottingham ; 
s. of Rev. Samuel Coley; m. Mary Walker 
Cooper, of Blackheath ; two s. two d. Stud. 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1874. Address: St. 
Audries, Wingfield Road, Trowbridge. W. 

COLLETT, William Henry ; b. Oct. 12, 1872, at 

Cambridge ; s. of William Collett ; m. Maude, 
2nd d. of Jabez Bunting Robinson, Esq., 
Leicester ; two s. Educ. Mill Road School, 
Cambridge. Traveller. Local Preacher since 
1895 ; Lay Del. to Prim. Meth. Conference, 
1909 ; Hon. Sec. Nottingham Dist. P.M. Educa 
tion Com. Hobby: Horticulture. Address: 
Holmleigh, Birstall Hill, Leicester. P. 

COLLIER, Rev. Samuel F. ; b. Oct. 3, 1855, at 

Runcorn; s. of Samuel Collier ; m. Ettie 
Collin, of Manchester ; four s. Educ. Bicker- 
ton House School, Southport ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1879. Elected to Legal Hundred, 1902 ; 
Founder and Superintendent of Manchester 
and Salford Wes. Mission. Address : The 
Olives, Victoria Park, Manchester. W. 

COLLINS, Henry Noble ; b. 1869, in London ; 

Member of Hastings Board of Guardians and 
Town Council; Circuit Steward; has been 
Trustee, Poor and Society Steward ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1906. Address: Manora, Holling- 
ton Park, St. Leonards. W. 

GOLWELL, Rev. James ; b. March I860, at 
Gloucester, Eug.; s. of Richard and Jane 
Colwell; m. Grace, d. of Rev. William Kely- 
nack, D.D. ; one s. one d. Educ. Wes. day 
school, Gloucester, and Newington Coll., New 
South Wales; e. m. 1885. Member of Wes. 
Historical Soc. Financial Sec. of Armidale 
Dist. Has written frequently for Sydney 
Daily Papers and Magazines ; an authority 
on early history of Australia and the Meth. 
Church. Publications : The History of 
Methodism in New South Wales ; The Metho 
dist Jubilee Conference Album ; Home 
Mission Jubilee Souvenir; Lay Pioneers of 
Australian Methodism ; and several small 

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COLWELL 

booklets. Recreation : Early history of 
Australia and of Methodism. Address: 
Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia. A. 

COLWELL, Rev. J. CulliS ; b. 1863, at Worcester ; 
5. of Rev. John and Annie Colwell ; #. Minnie, 
3rd d. of Rev. John Bell ; one s. four d. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1888. Address : 220 Uttoxeter Road, Derby. 
W. 

CONNELL, Rev. Robert Richard ; &. 1843, at 

S t. Heliers, Jersey ; s. of William and Mary 
Connell; widower; seven c. e. m. 1862. 
Treas. of Superannuated Ministers , Widows , 
and Orphans Fund ; for many years weekly 
writer in The Primitive Methodist. Address : 
1 St. Helen s Gardens, North Kensington, 
I^ndon, W. P. 

CONQUEST, Frederick William, B.A. (Loud.), 

J.P. ; b. 1844, at Biggleswade ; s. of John 
Conquest, of Biggleswade ; m. Mary Henrietta, 
d. of John Stretch, of Liverpool and Uttoxeter ; 
one s. one d. Educ. at his father s school. 
Schoolmaster. J.P. for Bedfordshire ; Member 
of Beds. Education Com. ; late Chairman of 
Biggleswade Urban Dist. Council, also of late 
School Board and of present Managers of 
Council Schools. Rep. to Conference ; Dist. 
Treas. of Children s Fund since 1894. Pub 
lications : Some lyatin school-books. Address : 
27 St. Michael s Road, Bedford. W. 

COOK, Rev. Edmund Francis, D.D. ; b. Jan. 24, 

1867, at Marrietta, Georgia, U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. 
W. F. Cook, D.D., and Louisa J. Cook ; m. 
Annie M. Gargill, of Columbus, Ga. ; one 5. 
Educ. Emory Coll. and Vanderbilt Univ. 
Foreign Mission Sec. of M.E. Ch., South. 
Presiding Elder for four years ; Educational 
Sec. of Board of Missions for four years ; 
Chap, in U.S.V. Army during Spanish- American 
War, 1898. Recreation: Gardening. Ad 
dress : 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. 
U.S.A. M.E.Ch.S. 

COOK, Rev. Thomas; b. Aug. 20, 1859, at 

Middlesbrough ; m. d. of Francis Foster, 
Markenfield Hall, Ripon ; one d. ; e. m. 1882. 
Principal of Cliff Coll. Publications : Days of 
God s Right Hand ; My Mission Tour in 
South Africa ; New Testament Holiness ; 
Soul-saving Preaching. Address: Cliff Col 
lege, Calver, via Sheffield, W. 

COOK, Rev. T. Walker ; b. Aug. 19, 1844, at 

Kirton-in-Luidsay ; s. of Joseph William and 
Ann Waterland Cook ; m. Mary Allport, of 
Padstow ; two d. Educ. at proprietary 
school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Address : 
Wesley Manse, Wimborne. W. 

COOK, Rev. Vallance ; b. June is, 1866, at 

Middlesbrough; s. of William Cook and 
Fanny Rudd, of Middlesbrough-on-Tees ; m. 
Alice Isabel, d. of C. E. I*. Gardner, J.P., of 
Bristol ; three s. one d. Educ. Private and 
pubHc schools ; Headingley Coll e. tn. 1889. 
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Elected as one of the first Members of the 
Metropolitan Borough Council of Hackney. 
Publications : Everyday Evangelism ; Queens 
of the Bible ; Is there a God ? and other 
lectures on Modern Scepticism ; The Young 
Christian of To-day; Should Socialists be 
Christians ? &c. Editor of Sunday Pictures. 
Recreations: Travelling and walking. Ad 
dress: 8 Christ Church Road, Clifton, 
Bristol. W. 

COOKE, Rev. Arthur William, M.A. (Viet.) ; b. 

Dec. 27, 1863 ; s. of John Cooke and Eliza 
Anderson Jackson ; m. Mary Helen, d. of Rev. 
John Stevinson ; two s. Educ. Manchester 
Grammar School ; Owens Coll., Manchester ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Publications : 
Palestine in Geography and in History ; and 
contributor to Hastings Dictionary of Christ 
and the Gospels. Address: 3 Summerfield, 
Leith, Edinburgh. W. 

COOKE, Rev. Ernest G. ; b. Nov. 29, 1872, 
at Chapeltoii, Clarendon, Jamaica ; s. of 
Wilbert Gerard Cooke ; m. Miss E. M. Hitchins, 
of Kingston, Jamaica. Educ. Private schools 
and partly at Elementary schools ; York 
Castle Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Was Accountant 
and Wharfinger and Tutor before ertering 
ministry. Recreations : Cricket and tennis. 
Address: Trinity House, Colon, Panama. W. 

COOKE, Frederick; b. 1841, at Over, Che 
shire; s. of John Cooke; m. Margaret Emily 
Verdin, of Northwich ; two s. three d. Educ. 
Privately. Solicitor. Consultative Town Clerk 
of Crewe. Treas. of Crewe Hightown Wes. 
Church ; has been Circuit Steward and Rep. to 
Conference. Town Clerk of Crewe for 40 years. 
Address : The Brooklands, Crewe. W. 

COOKE, Rev. Jame (D) ; b. Oct. 13, 1857, at 
Temple Cloud ; s. of Jonas Cooke ; m. Emily 
Josephine Hancock, of Uxbridge ; one d. 
Educ. Summerleaze Collegiate School, E. 
Harptree ; Richmond Coll, ; e. m. 1882. 
Missionary in W. Indies, 1883-7; for three years 
Financial Sec. of Devonport and Plymouth 
Dist. Recreation: Walking. Address: 17 
Mecklenburg St., Leicester. W. 

COOKE, Rev. William John ; b. NOV. 19, 1842, 

at St. Ives, Cornwall ; s. of Rev. James 
Cooke, (A) ; m. Harriet, d. of John Ferriday, of 
Ketley Bank ; three s. four d. Educ. New 
Kingswood School; e. m. 1863. Address: 
Edenbridge, Shepton Mallet. W. 

COOME, Rev. Ernest Alfred ; b. April 17, 1859, at 

Bleadon, Somerset ; s. of Hebden and Martha 
Coome ; m. Flora Ann Ruffle, of Southsea ; 
three s. three d. Educ. Banwell, Somerset, 
and privately ; e. m. 1882. Contributor of 
Sermons to Connexional Magazines. Address : 
Barras Cro?s, I^iskeard. U. 

COOMER, Duncan ; 6. Dec. e, 1882, at Man- 

Chester ; s. of John Coomer, of Rochdale. 
Educ. Leys School. Sec. of Bolton Dist. Wesley 



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COPPIN 



Guild Council since its inception, 1903 ; Mem 
ber of Wesley Guild Central Council since 1905. 
Address : Bamford Dene, Rochdale. W. 

COOPER, Alfred B.J b. Sept. 18, 1863, at 
Preston ; s. of Benjamin Cooper ; m. Annie 
M. Brown, of Preston ; four d. Educ. 
Hincksman Memorial Schools, Preston, and 
Westminster Coll. Author ; formerly Editor 
of The Sunday Strand (Geo. Newnes, Ltd.). 
Society Steward. Contributor of Articles, 
fiction and verse, to most of the leading Maga 
zines. Publications : Clerical Love Stories ; 
The Gift of the Sea ; Sunday School Romances; 
Flood-tides, and other Poems; The Traitor 
Within the Gates; Lost on the Arctic; 
Wheels Within Wheels (now appearing serially 
in The Church Record). Recreations: Cycling 
and tennis. Address: Maplecroft, Earlsfield 
Road, Wandsworth Common, S.W. W. 

COOPER, Henry ; b. Aug. 24, 1863, at Stokesley, 
Yorks ; s. of Richard Cooper ; m. Elizabeth 
Reed, of Stockton-on-Tees ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Turner s Hospital, Kirkleatham. Pro 
vision Merchant. Circuit Steward and other 
offices; Rep. to Conference, 1910. Re 
creations : Shooting and gardening. A ddress : 
Newlyn, Staindrop Road, Darlington. W. 

COOPER, Rev. Jacob Francis, D.D. ; b. May 13, 

1858, at New York City ; s. of Jacob, 
and Julia Frances (Wildey) Cooper ; m. 
1883, Eleanor Jay Weeks, of Middletown, 
Connecticut. Educ. Centenary Collegiate 
Inst., at Hackettstown, NJ. ; Wes. Univ., 
Middletown, Conn. ; e. m. 1881, New England 
Southern Conference. Has been Sec. of the 
Conference since 1903 ; Del. to Gen. Confer 
ence at Baltimore, 1908 ; Member of School 
Com., Middletown, R.I., 1890 and 1891; 
Member Xi Chapter Psi Upsilon Fraternity 
Mystic Seven (Wes. Univ.) ; Sons of American 
Revolution, National, and Mussachusetts 
Societies, Robert Mat Paine Chapter, Old 
Colony Historical Society. Publications : As 
Conference Secretary, an Edition of Con 
ference Year-book. Recreation : Walking in 
the country. Address : 102 High Street, 
Brockton, Mass, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

COOPER, John ; b. March 22, 1828, at Man 
chester ; s. of Charles Cooper ; m. 1st, Martha 
Consterdine, of Manchester (two s.) ; 2nd, 
Mary Brammall, of Sheffield (one s.). Educ. 
Higher Broughton. Solicitor. Treas. of 
Chapel Com. 1884-1904. Address : Woodville, 
Cheetham Hill. Club : Clarendon, Manchester. 
W. 

COOPER, Thomas; b. Dec. 19, 1856; s. of 

William and Ann Cooper, of Brier ley Hill ; 
m. Eliza J. Little, of Nether ton, Dudley. 
Educ. Wes. School, Brierley Hill, under 
Richard Boyns. Boot and feather Merchant. 
Treas. of Circuit Horse-hire Fund for 25 years ; 
three times Rep. to Conference ; Class-leader ; 
Local Preacher for 32 years ; Pres. of F.C.C. 



and F.C. County Federation for two years; 
Dist. Convener for L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. ; 
Treas. to Birmingham and Shrewsbury Dist. 
L.P. Com. ; has filled many church offices. 
Addresses: Swan Hill Court, Shrewsbury; 
The Rowans, Church Stretton. W. 

COOPER, Rev. William tiargreaves, F.R.G.S., 

F.R.S.L., &c. ; b. 1850, at Leeds ; s. of 
Samuel Buttle Cooper, Solicitor, of Leeds, and 
Mary Ellen Binge, of Sheffield ; m. Harriett, 

d. of William Stables, Woodside, Horsforth. 
Educ. Park Street Acad., Leeds; e. m. 1874. 
Elected Member of the Society of Arts, 1899 ; 
Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, 
1899 ; Foundation Fellowship in Philosophy 
(England), conferred 1909 (St. Columba s Coll.). 
Financial Sec. of Bedford and Northampton 
and Cornwall Dists. Publications : In Metho 
dist Byways (vol. of short stories) and numer 
ous Magazine and Newspaper Articles. Re 
creation : Sketching from nature. Address: 
Sidlands, Camborne. W. 

COOPER, William Henry ; b. Feb. 11, 1857, at 
Wrockwardine Wood, Salop ; s. of James 
Cooper ; m. Maria Harris, of Altofts ; one s. 
six d. Educ. Altofts, Normanton, Yorks; 
Wakefleld School of Art. Worsted and Woollen 
Manufacturer, sole proprietor of the Firm of 
W. H. Webb & Co., Leeds. Local Preacher 
since 1874 ; Circuit Steward for 25 years ; 
Pres. of Armley Guild of Help. Recreation : 
Cycling. Address : Wortley Grange, Leeds. P. 

COPE, Albert Ernest, M.D. (Durh.), M.B. (Lond.), 

D.P.H. ; b. Oct. 29, 1867, at Chesterfield; 

e. s. of Rev. T. J. Cope ; m. Margaret Anderson. 
Educ. Hull and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Medical 
Practitioner. Address : 26 Bessborough Gar 
dens, Westminster, London, S.W. U. 

COPPIN, Rev. Harry Gibbs ; b. Feb. 23, 1875, 

at Marsham, Norfolk, Eng. ; s. of Charles 
John Coppin ; m. Beatrice, d. of Ambrose 
Janes, J.P., Gloverstown, Newfoundland; 
two c. Educ. National school, Great Yar 
mouth, Norfolk, Eng. ; Wes. Theol. Coll., 
Montreal ; e. m. 1901. Financial Sec. of 
Twillingate Dist. ; Member of Conference 
Board of Examiners. Recreations : Boating 
and football. Address : Change Islands, 
Newfound 1 and . C . 

COPPIN, Rev. William Terry ; b. April 15, 1854 ; 

s. of James Coppin, of Chelmsford, Essex ; m. 
Eva Marion Stevenson, of Leicester ; one s. 
Educ. Private school, Chelmsford ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Acting Chairman and Gen. 
Supt. of Lagos Dist. 1883 ; Chairman and 
Gen. Supt. of Gold Coast Dist. 1884-7, and 
Lucknow Dist. 1905-6. Publications : Com 
piler of first issue of The Gold Coast Annual ; 
Lantern Lectures on Spain ; John Martin, 
Pioneer Missionary, Hero and Saint. Ad 
dress : St. Mary St., Ilkeston, Notts. W. 

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CORBETT, Albert Samuel ; b. April 2, 1871, at 

Wellington, Salop ; s. of late W. Corbett ; m. 
Florence, d. of Thos. Hiam, of Mepal, Cambs. ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Wes. day school and 
Wellington Coll. Agricultural Engineer. 
Trustee; has filled various church offices; 
identified with work amongst the young and 
is known as a missionary enthusiast ; Member 
of Dist. Home Mission and Chapel Com. ; Rep. 
to Dist. Synod and 7 years a Member ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1901, 1906, 1909 ; Rep. to 
Meth. Assembly, London, 1909 ; Pres., Treas., 
Hon. Sec., and Trustee of Wellington Y.M.C.A. ; 
Vice-Pres. of P.S.A. ; Hon. Sec. and Treas. to 
Wellington Aux. of the Rel. Tract Soc. ; on 
Com. of Management for Local Branch of 
Bible Soc. and Coal Charity ; has been the 
Recipient of 3 Illuminated Addresses; has 
travelled all over the British Isles and the 
Continent, and was present and took part in 
the Open-air Missions during the Cork Riots 
of 1894 ; for the last 7 years has been Partner 
in the firm of S. Corbett & Son, of Wellington, 
whose Implements and Machinery have gained 
over 380 Gold and Silver Medals, Cups, Money 
Prizes and Diplomas, in all parts of the world. 
Recreations : Golf, rowing, walking, &c. 
Address: 1 Steward Place, Wellington, 
Salop. W. 

CORBETT, Joseph ; b. Jan. 10, 1850, at Dar- 
laston ; s. of William and Elizabeth Corbett ; 
m. Rebecca Harris, of Brewood ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield. Soli 
citor. Circuit Steward; was Organist for 
some years and took an active management of 
the Wesleyan day school at Darlaston ; Trustees 
Treas. Clerk to the Urban Dist. Council and of 
the Council Schools, Darlaston. Recreation : 
Photography. Address: Emscote, Bescot, 
Walsall. W. 

CORDEROY, George, F.S.I.; b. 1859; s. of 

George Corderoy, g. s. of William Corderoy ; 
m. Lydie Rachel, d. of Rev. D. A. de Mouilpied ; 
four s. one d. Educ. Univ. Coll. School, London. 
Surveyor and Valuer ; Consulting Surveyor 
to the Admiralty for various works, among 
them being the New Naval Base at Rosyth, 
New Lock and Dock at Portsmouth, and 
Dockyard at Simons Bay ; Consulting Sur 
veyor to Trinity House ; Surveyor to the 
Dover Harbour Board ; Surveyor for the 
Queen Victoria Memorial, London, the Victoria 
and Albert Museum and Imperial Coll. of 
Science, S. Kensington, Birmingham Univ., 
the Wes. Meth. Hall at Westminster. Member 
of various Connexional Coma. ; several times 
Rep. to Conference. Clubs : Reform , Royal 
Automobile, and Whitehall. Address: 22 
Montpelier Road, Ealing. W. 

CORLETT, Rev. John Shimmin ; 6. June 2, 

1868, at Ballaugh; s. of John Corlett, of 
Ballaugh, I.M. ; m. Katharine Anne, d. of 
John Callister, Ballaconley, Jurby, I.M. ; 



one s. three d. Educ. Ballaugh and Peel ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1893. For ten years 
Tamil Missionary and Military Chaplain in 
Colombo, Ceylon. Publications : Christ and 
the Churches; Ceylonese Characteristics. 
Address: Lambton View, Chester-le-Street. 
W. 
CORNABY, Rev. William Arthur ; b. June 19, 

I860, at Sydenham ; 5. of Henry Reynolds 
Cornaby ; m. Margaret, d. of late George 
Baker, of Maiden ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Sydenham Grammar School (First prize, gold 
watch, 1874) ; School of Mines, S. Kensing 
ton ; Member of German Chemical Soc. 1880 ; 
Assist, teacher of Chemistry, Clifton Coll., 
1881-3 ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1885. Mis 
sionary in Hankow and Hanyang, 1885-1903 ; 
On Editorial Staff of Christian Literature Soc. 
since 1899 ; Resident in Shanghai since 
Jan. 1904, founding the Ta Tung Pao (weekly) 
magazine for Chinese officials and scholars. 
Publications : A String of Chinese Peach- 
stones, 1898 ; China Under the Searchlight, 
1901 ; In Touch with Reality, 1905 ; China 
and its People (published in Madras) ; Let us 
Pray ; The Call of Cathay, 1910 ; also eight 
works in Chinese. Recreations : Music and 
drawing. Address : 24 Bishopsgate, London, 
E.G. W. 

CORNISH, Rev. Ebenezer Darrel ; b. March 7, 

1849, at Exeter ; s. of John Lawrence Cornish ; 
m. Charlotte Screen, of Exeter; three d. 
Educ. Hele s School, Exeter; e. m. 1869. 
Pres. of U.M.F.C. 1898-9 ; Chapel Sec. 1902-9 ; 
Chapel Sec. of U.M.C. 1909; had charge 
of the U.M.C. Act during its progress in 
Parliament, and was principal witness before 
the Com. of the House of Commons ; Member 
of Union Com. ; Member of Oecumenical 
Conference, 1901 and 1911. Contributor to 
Magazines. Address: 41 Wellington Road, 
Eccles. U. 

CORNISH, Rev. Herbert Henry; b. 1871, at 

Galgate, Lancaster ; s. of Wm. Henry Cornish 
and Isabella Eleanor Webster ; m. Susan 
Emerson, of Galway, Ireland ; three s. one d. 
Educ. National school ; e. m. 1896. Con 
tributor to Newspapers and Magazines. 
Recreations : Angling and Photography. 
Address: 9 lona Drive, Drumcondra, Dublin. 
W. 

CORRIGAN, Rev. William ; b. March 16, iscs, 

at Churchhill, Enniskillen ; s. of Edward and 
Elizabeth Jane Corrigan ; m. Annie Gordon, of 
same place; one d. e. m. 1888. Address: 
3 Brockvale Drive, Cliftonville, Belfast. W. 

COSSON, Rev. Arthur Edward James; b. 

April 12, 1868, at Hammersmith ; s. of James 
Cosson, Hammersmith ; m. Mary, d. of Henry 
Fowkes. Educ. Brandenburg School, Ham 
mersmith : Ranmoor Coll. , Sheffield ; e. m. 
1893. Regular contributor to U M. 
periodicals ; writes a weekly letter to The 



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United Methodist under the nom de plume of 
Christopher Hunt. Member of Dewsbury 
Education Authority; member of Dewsbury 
Endowed Schools Foundation Com., also of 
labour Exchange Advisory Com. for Juvenile 
Employment. Member of the Sunday School 
Union Council, Old Bailey. Address: Rock- 
lands, Northfields, Dewsbury. U. 

COTTON, Rev. Henry; b. July 16, 1855, at 

Colchester ; s. of Henry and Elizabeth Cotton ; 
m. Ellen, d. of Rev. William Tyson; two s. 
four d. Educ. Grammar School, Holloway ; 
Whittington Coll., Highgate; Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1878. Served as Chaplain to 
troops in Basuto War of 1880-1, received 
medal and clasp ; the first Wes. Chaplain 
ever mentioned in Dispatches. Sec. of S. 
African Conference, 1910-11; re-elected for 
1912. Address: Musgrave Road, Durban, 
Natal. S.A. 

COTTON, Rev. James William ; b. March 16, 

1867, at Hull ; s. of William Cotton ; m. Ruth 
Goodinson, of Hull; two s. one d. Educ. 
Hull Board schools; Hartley Coll., Man 
chester; e. m. 1889. Member of the British 
Astronomical Assoc. ; has contributed Articles 
on Astronomy to various periodicals. Recrea 
tions : Astronomy and photography. Address : 
2 Goddard Avenue, Swindon, Wilts. P. 

OOULTAS, Rev. Thomas I., D.D. ; b. May 5, 

1853, at Winchester, Scott Co., Illinois, 
U.S.A. ; s. of George and Eliza Coultas, of 
Yorkshire, Eng. ; m. Nov. 23, 1875, Mary 
Angeline Morrison, of Bloomington, 111. ; 
[one s. two d. Educ. Bloomington, Illinois ; 
Illinois Wes. Univ. ; *. m. 1875. In College 
(days represented colleges of Illinois in inter- 
State Collegiate Association, in which the 
colleges of eight States were represented, and 
took 1st prize for original oration. Has spent 
his life entirely in the pastorate in Illinois, 
Indiana, and New Jersey. Publications : 
Magazine Articles. Address: 320 So. Broad 
St., Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.A. M. E. Ch. 

COULTER, Rev. Joseph, B.A. ; b. at Milverton, 
Ontario, Canada ; s. of Samuel and Eliza 
Coulter ; m. Williamina Bessie McNaughton, 
of Edmonton. Educ. Albert Coll., Belleville ; 
Victoria Univ., Toronto; e. m. 1895. Ad 
dress: Edmonton, Alta, Canada. C. 

COWDELL, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 14, 1853, at 

Hinckley. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1878. 
Address : 64 Westgate, I^outh. W. 

COWHAM, Joseph Henry, W,.D. ; b. Feb. 28. 

1845, at Friskney, Lines ; s. of Tinsley Cow- 
ham, Friskney, Lines ; m. Anna, d. of Michael 
Butcher, of Southwark ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Westminster Training Coll., S.W. 
Tutor and lecturer on Education for 38 years 
at the Wes. Training Coll., Westminster ; led 
a Society Class of 30 students for 25 years. 
The Cowham Scholarship for Teaching Ex 



cellence founded at Westminster Training Coll. 
by old Westminsterians, 1910. Publications : 
Educational Text-books ; The Principles of 
Oral Teaching and Mental Training, School 
Organization, Graphic Lessons, The School 
Journey, and New School Method. A ddress : 
Westminster Training Coll., Horseferry Road, 
London, S.W. W. 

COWL, Rev. Frederick Bond ; s. of Henry Cowl ; 

m. Mary Ellen Butler, of Bower Chalke, 
Salisbury ; three c. Educ. Great Yarmouth 
Grammar School and private schools ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1877. Publications: 
Digging Ditches ; Straight Tracks. Recrea 
tion: Natural Science. Address: Epworth, 
5 Marlborough Road, Bournemouth. W, 

COWLING, Rev. Benjamin Isaac Kingsbury; 

b. Oct. 1, 1867, at Sunderland ; s. of B. I. K. 
Cowling ; m. Barbara Jane, d. of late Rev. 
William Foster, Wes. Minister ; two c. Educ. 
Friends School, Sunderland ; Headingley 
Coll.; e. m. 1894. Address: 3 Beaconsfield 
Road, Knowle, Bristol. W. 

COWLING, Henry Walter ; b. May 27, 1870, at 

Wallingford ; s. of Joseph and Annie Cowling ; 
m. Annie Margaret Kidman, of Ilfracombe ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Wallingford Grammar 
School . Manager and Secretary of Gas-works. 
Circuit Steward, Joint Supt. of S.S., has held 
offices of Soc. Steward and Gen. Sec. of Wesley 
Guild ; Member of Dist. Foreign Mission Com. 
Recreations : Walking and tennis. Address: 
Hillside, Sherborne, Dorset. W . 

COWLING, Thomas J b. June 6, 1846, at North 
Cave. S.S. Supt. for 30 years ; Circuit 
Steward for eight years, at Oxford Place, 
Leeds; twice Rep. to Conference. Address: 
60 Lofthouse Place, Leeds. W. 

COX, Rev. Frank ; b. Dec. 1867, at Chale, i.w. ; 

s. of Henry Cox; m. Edith E. Brooker, of 
Sutton Coldfield ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Parochial School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1892. Publications : Several Booklets ; also 
compiled vols. on Browning, Ruskin, and 
Longfellow in a series Through the Year with 
Great Authors. Recreation : Carpentering and 
golf. Address : 23 Heathfield Road, Croydon, 
S.E. W. 

COZENS, Albert Edward ; b. March 6, 1862, at 

Canterbury ; s. of Thomas Grant Cozens ; 
m. Fanny Stewart, of Hastings. Educ. 
Queen s Coll., Taun ton. Schoolmaster. Local 
Preacher, Class-leader, Circuit Steward ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1911 ; Member of Borough 
Education Com. and of County Council Sub- 
Corn, for Higher Education. Recreations: 
Chess and croquet. Address : Stanley House 
School, Cliftonville, Margate. W. 

CRAGGS, Rev. Charles Gill ; b. March 23, 1869, 

at West Boldon, Co. Durham ; s. of James 
Craggs ; m. Janet Louisa, d. of late Samuel 

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Wenyou ; one s. Stud, at Ileadingley Coll. ; 
t. m. 1895. Missionary in Negapatam and 
Mysore Dists., S. India, 1897-1900 ; Financial 
Sec., Hull Dist. 1910. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address: 82 Victoria Avenue, Princes 
Avenue, Hull. W. 

CRAIG, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 13, 1846, at Nine- 
banks, Northumberland, Eng. ; s. of John 
and Ann Craig, of Ninebanks ; m. Maty J., 
d. of Rev. James and Jane England, of 
Windsor, Nova Scotia ; one c. Educ. 
Ninebanks Grammar School and private 
tuition ; e . m. 1873, Nova Scotia Conference. 
Pres. of Nova Scotia Conference, 1909 ; 
elected in 1906 and 1910 to Gen. Conference ; 
has been Financial Sec. twice, and Chairman 
of two Dists. Address: Shelburne, Nova 
Scotia. C. 

CRAIG, Robert W., J.P. ; b. Jan. 3, 1857, at 
Coventry ; s. of Samuel Craig, of Dumfries, 
Scotland ; m. Rose Heming, of Bristol ; two s. 
four d. Educ. British school and Wes. Coll., 
Taunton. Member of Firm of Bisseker, 
George & Co., Boot, Shoe, and leather 
Merchants, Port Elizabeth. Keenly interested 
in S.S. and Y.M.C.A. work ; taken active part 
in church and choir work for 40 years; J.P. 
for div, of Port Elizabeth ; Member of 
School Board and other public institutions. 
Circuit Steward several times; Rep. to S. 
African Conference, 1892, 1901, 1902, 1910, 
1911. Recreations: Golf, music, and enter 
taining friends. Address: Hamilton, Cape 
Road, Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. S.A. 

CRAINE, Rev. Edward; b. Jan. 26, 1852, at 

Liverpool ; m. Sophia W. Sharland, of Bristol ; 
three s. Educ. Liverpool Institute ; e. m. 
1874. For four years Sec. for Young People s 
Examinations in U.M.F.C., and one year in 
U.M.C. Address: 97 Brackenbury Road, 
Preston. U. 

CRAKE, Rev. John Wilkinson ; b. May 20, mi, 

at West Rainton, Co. Durham ; s. of William 
Crake; m. 1st, 1867, Eliza Rawson Mackrill, 
of Barton-on-Humber ; 2nd, Mary Burgoine, 
of Whitby; two $. Educ, West Rainton 
village school ; e. m. 1863. Chairman of Hull 
District, 1886, and Bolton District, 1896; 
elected to I<egal Hundred, 1909. Sec. of Wes. 
Historical Soc. Contributor to various News 
papers. Recreations : Book-collecting ; extra 
illustration of books. Address: 1 Horton 
Road, Wotton Hill, Gloucester. W. 

CRANFIELD, Walter Thomas ; b. Oct. 14, 1874, 
in Condon ; s. of Walter Cranfield ; m. Ellen 
Amelia, d. of Rev. James Flanagan ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Public schools. Journalist. 
Publications: under nom de plume of Denis 
Crane James Flanagan, the Story of a 
Remarkable Career; John Clifford; I^ife- 
Story of Sir Robt. W. Perks; A Vicarious 
Vagabond. Addresses: 31 Halesworth Road, 
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, Condon, S.E. ; 161 Fleet St., E.C. 
W. 
CRAWFORD, Rev. William, M.A., ex-Sch. 

T.C.D. ; b. April 17, 1843, at Dublin ; s. of 
William Crawford of the Civil Service, Dublin 
Castle ; m. Matilda, d. of late James Booth, 
of Dublin ; four s. two d. Educ. Wes. Con- 
nexional School (now Wesley Coll., Dublin) ; 
Trinity Coll., Dublin ; e. m. 1869. Principal 
of Wesley Coll. from 1899-1910 ; twice Vice- 
Pres. of the Irish Conference ; Senator of the 
National Univ., and Member of the Governing 
Body, Univ. Coll., Dublin. Recreations : 
Walking, gardening, golf, and cycling. Ad 
dress : 4 Crosthwaite Park, E. , Kingstown. W. 

CRAWSHAW, Rev. Arnold ; b. Jan. 3, 1867, at 

Prescot, Thanes ; s. of Rev. Charles Crawshaw ; 
m. Susannah W., d. of Rev. Slater Sunder land ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove and 
Kingswood Schools ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1889. Four years in Bangalore, India. 
Address: Wesley Manse, Victoria Street, 
Brierley Hill. W. 

CRAWSHAW, Edward, F.R.G.S., F.R.M.S., 
F.Phys. Soc.; b. Oct. 17, 1842, at Crawshaw- 
booth, Rossendale ; m. 1864, Elizabeth, d. of 
William Smith, Engraver, of Crawshawbooth 
(d. 1882). Educ. Crawshawbooth National 
school; Owens Coll., Manchester. Aniline 
Dye Merchant. Member of Japan Society, 
Palaeographical Society, Society of Chemical 
Industry, Pharmaceutical Society, &c ; Mem 
ber of Executive, U.K.A. ; Trustee of lyces 
and Raper lectureship ; Member of Board of 
Management, I/mdon Temperance Hospital ; 
Society, Poor, and Chapel Steward, Trust 
Treas, &c. ; has been Rep. to Conference ; 
Member of Allan library Com., and of Con- 
nexional Temperance Com. Contributor to 
Scientific Journals, Magazines, and Papers on 
Organic Chemical Subjects and different phases 
of the Temperance Movement. Collector of 
Early printed Books (Incunabula), Japanese 
Works of Art, Wesley Books and Betters, 
and Busts, Portraits, Betters, and anything 
connected with early Methodist Preachers. 
Address : 25 Tollington Park, N. W. 

CRAWSHAW, Rev. James E. ; b. June 16, 1863, 

at Chorley ; s. of Rev. Charles Crawshaw ; tn. 
Edith Alice, d. of John S. Harbord, Great 
Yarmouth ; five s. one d. Educ. Kingswood 
School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1886. At 
Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, 1891-4. Publica 
tions : The Supreme Grace, and magazine 
Articles. Recreations : Music and sketching. 
Address: Eversley, Stanhope, Co. Durham. W. 

CREASY, Rev. Jabez Edward ; b. Sept. is, 1857, 

at Southwark ; s. of James Henry Creasy ; 
m. Hannah Trendell, d. of Samuel Bunnett, of 
Southwark ; four s. Educ. Southwark Wes. 
school ; Headingley and Handsworth Colls. ; 
f. tn. 1882. District Chapel Sec., Lincoln 
(1904-7) and Bolton (1907-10) Dists. Con- 



CREED 



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ttibutor to Magazines. Recreations : Walking 
and driving. Address: Wesley Villa, Great 
Bridge, Tipton. W. 

CREED, Egbert Padfield ; b. May 26, 1871, at 

West Pennard ; s. of William and Annie H. 
Creed. Educ. Wes. day school and Cumber 
land House School, West Pennard. Yeoman. 
Local Preacher, Circuit Steward, Class-leader, 
Soc. Steward. Recreations : Reading and 
shooting. Address: Westbrook Farm, Ever- 
creech, S.O. W. 

CRENNELL, William Taubman, M.H.K.; b. 

Oct. 18, 1866, at Ramsey, Isle of Man; s. of 
William Crennell; m. Lily Clague, of Peel, 
Isle of Man ; one s. one d. Educ. Ramsey Wes. 
school, and The Mansion House School, 
Penrith. Grocer. S.S. Teacher ; Dist. Treas. 
for Foreign Missions. Member of the House 
of Keys for Ramsey ; Member of the Council 
of Education (Isle of Man); Member of Ramsey 
Town Commissioners, 1896-9, and 1906-9 
(Chairman, 1906-7, 1907-8) ; Rep. for Isle of 
Man Dist. on Connexional Education Com 
mittee. Recreations: Cycling and photography. 
Address : Sunnyside, Ramsey, Isle of Man. W. 

CRESAP, Rev. Sanford Preston ; b. April 26, 

1869, in St. Charles Co., Missouri; s. of 
William S. Cresap; m. Sarah Martha, d. of 
Rev. Moses U. Payne. Educ. Central Coll., 
Fayette, Mo., and American School of Classic 
Studies, Rome, Italy; e. m. 1892. Member 
of General Conference, 1906; Del. to Meth. 
Oecumenical Conference, 1901, 1911 ; accom 
panied Bishop Ward on Missionary Inspection 
tour to Japan, China, and Korea, in 1908. 
Recreation: Travel. Address: 1821JuleSt., 
St. Joseph, Missouri, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

CRESSER, Rev. AdOlphUS ; b. July 23, 1869, at 
Blue Mountain (sugar plantation) ; s. of 
James Cresser, Sugar Planter; m. Josefa 
Maud Bain, of Puerto Plata, Republica 
Dominicana ; two s. three d. Educ. Morant 
Bay Anglican and Wes. day schools; York 
Castle Coll.; e. m. 1896. Dist. S.S. Sec. 
since 1907 ; Dist. Sec. of I.B.R.A. for Wes. 
Methodists since 1907. Recreations : Rowing 
and riding. Address: Lucea, Jamaica, 
B.W.I. W. 

CREWDSON, Rev. M. Ferdinand ; b. May 5, 

1862, at Bardsea,N. Lanes ; s. of Ferdinand and 
Jane Crewdson ; m. Alice, d. of James Sumner, 
of Barrow-in-Furness ; one s. three d. Stud. 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Missionary in 
Hyderabad 1884-90 (Principal of Boys High 
School, Chudderghaut), Vernacular Missionary, 
1887-1900, S. Africa 1896-1903; Chap, to 
Forces during Boer War, 1900-1 (medal with 
three clasps) ; Correspondent during Boer War 
to Christian World and Lancashire Daily 



Post. Recreation: Gardening. Address: 10 
West Drive, Queen s Park, Brighton. W. 

CREWDSON, Rev. Richard ; b. Dec. 10, 1856, 
at Bardsea, Lanes; s. of F. Crewdson; m. 
Jane Hawley, of Monyash, Derby ; one c. 
Educ. Barrow-in-Furness Wes. schools ; P.M. 
Coll., Sunder land; e. m. 1878. S.S. Sec. for 
Hull Dist. for five 3 r ears ; Examiner for candi 
dates for the Ministry and Temperance Sec. 
in Carlisle Dist. ; great success in Evangelistic 
work. Recreation : Walking. Address : 9 
Wellington Grove, Stockport. P. 

CROMBIE, Rev. Andrew ; b. May 14, 1840, 

at Edinburgh ; s. of Mark and Janet 
Crombie ; m. Mary Ann, d. of William Lloyd, 
of Chirk, Denbighshire and Liverpool. Educ. 
Edinburgh ; e. m. 1861. Head of the U.M. 
Publishing House, 1883-1912 ; Originator of 
The Free Methodist, now the United Methodiet 
newspaper, and Editor for 22 years; Co- 
Editor of The Methodist Monthly, 16 years ; 
Member of the Gen. Connexional Publishing 
House and Hymnal Corns. ; Treas. of National 
Children s Home and Orphanage ; Member of 
Oecumenical Conferences, 1901 and 1911 ; 
Member of Council of Metropolitan Hospital 
Sunday Fund ; Vice-Pres. of London Church 
Extension Com. ; Chairman of Deacon ess Inst. 
Com. from its inception in 1890. Address: 
122 East Dulwich Grove, London, S.E. U. 

CRONHELM, Rev. Charles Augustus, B.A. ; b. 

Dec. 30, 1863, at Sandyrnount ; s. of Theodore 
Cronhelm, Solicitor, Dublin ; tn. Ellen Jane, 
d. of James Ashmore, of Derryluskan, Fethard, 
Co. Tipperary ; four s. one d. Educ. Wesley 
Coll. and Trinity Coll., Dublin ; e. m. 1887. 
Address : Epworth, Gorey, Co. Wexford. W. 

CROOKSHANK, Rev. C. Henry; b. at coie- 

raine ; s. of Rev. Chas. Henry Crookshank, 
M.A., and Annie McElwain ; m. Eleanor M., 
y.d. of Fredrick Ffolliott, Kingstown ; one d. 
Educ. The Meth. Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1889. 
Chairman of the Irish Junior Ministers Con 
vention, 1906-7. Address : The Manse, Skib- 
bereen. W. 

CROOKSHANK, Rev. Charles Henry, M.A. ; b. 

Jan. 29, 1836, at Cayuga, Upper Canada ; 
s. of Alexander Crookshank, Solicitor, of 
Belfast, and g. s. of the Hon. Judge Crook- 
shank ; m. 1st, Annie Howard, of Passage 
West; 2nd, Annie B. McElwaine, of Coler- 
aine ; 3rd, Jane Sullivan, of Bandon ; one s. 
Educ. The Blue Coat Hospital, Dublin ; matri 
culated in the Queen s College, Cork, and 
graduated in the late Queen s University, 
Ireland ; e. m. 1859. For nearly 20 years 
Treas. of the Supernumerary Ministers and 
Ministers Widows (Ireland) Fund ; was 
Chairman of the Cork and of the Limerick 
Dists. ; elected in 1898 into the Legal Hundred ; 
in 1989 Vice-Pres. of the Irish Conference, 

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and in 1903 Rep. to the General Conference 
of the Meth. Episcopal Church at I Y os Angeles. 
Publications: The History of Methodism in 
Ireland (3 vols.) ; Memorable Women of 
Irish Methodism ; A Methodist Pioneer, &c. 
Address: 13 Thorndale Avenue, Belfast. W. 

CROSS, Rev. Charles Henry, B.A., B.D.; b. 

May 19, 1858, at E. Retford, Notts, Eng. ; 
s. of Geo. Henry Cross ; m. Miss A. Abbott, 
of Trenton, Ont., Canada; two s. Educ. 
Nottingham, Eng. (private schools) ; Wesley 
Coll., Winnipeg, Man. ; e. m. 1888, in Mani 
toba and N.W. Conference. Pres. of 
Saskatchewan Conference, 1911; has con 
tributed occasionally to Christian Guardian, 
Toronto. Address: Qu Appelle, Saskatche 
wan, Canada. C. 

CROSS, Rev. Thomas; b. April 5, 1844, at 

Cadishead ; s. of John and Rachel Cross ; m. 
Emily Mirfin, d. of Thomas Chaplin, of Bir 
mingham ; four s. one d. Educ. Garlick s 
Acad., Cadishead, Manchester ; Didsbury 
Coll. (in 3rd year Fernley Prizeman) ; e. m. 
1869. Publications: Historical and geographi 
cal articles ; pamphlets upon Itinerancy. Re 
creations : Carpentry and rambles in Epping, 
Forest. Address: Ban try, Gordon Road, 
Chingford, N.E. W. 

CROSSLAND, Eli ; b. Dec. 24, 1862, at Elland ; 
s. of Thomas and Charlotte Crossland ; m. 
Frances Bulmer, of Scalby, Scarboro . Educ. 
Church and Wes. day schools; Hare Park 
Hall Acad. Co-operative Grocer s Assist. 
Teacher and Pres. of Young Men s Bible-class 
for 25 years ; Class-leader large Soc. Class and 
I,ocal Preacher. Recreations: Politics and 
sports. Address: Heckmondwike, Yorks. 
W. 

CROTHERS, Rev. James ; b. i860, at Bolton, 

I^ancs ; s. of Rev. Thomas Dickson Cro- 
thers, D.D. ; m. Hannah Clapham, of Batley ; 
one d. Educ. Sheffield ; Huddersfield Coll. ; 
e . m. 1888. Recreations : Cycling, observa 
tion of nature, chemistry. Address : 4 Ash 
Villas, Dunston-on-Tyne. U. 

CROUCH, Rev. Charles David ; b. Dec. 3, 1863, 

at Plumstead, Kent, Eng. ; s. of Wm. Crouch 
and Caroline Baker ; m. Beulah A. Adams, 
of Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Salt I^ake City and Montana Wes. 
Univ., Helena, Montana; e. m. 1898. Ap 
pointed Dist. Supt. of Yellowstone Dist. of 
Montana Conference, 1908. Address: Boze- 
man, Montana, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

CROUCH, Joseph J b. Nov. 1859, at Bir 
mingham ; s. of Wm. Jeffs and Elizabeth 
Crouch ; m. Ellen Ellis Leonard, of Birming 
ham ; two s. two d. Educ. King Edward s 
Grammar School, Birmingham. Architect. 
Senior Member of Firm of Crouch, Butler & 

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Savage, Birmingham, Architects of many 
Meth. churches, schools, &c. Ix>cal Preacher, 
&c. Member of Warwick Board of Guardians. 
Publications : Puritanism and Art ; Joint 
author with Mr. E. Butler of The Apartments 
of the House; Churches, Mission Halls, and 
Schools for Nonconformists. Recreations : 
Golf and gardening. Address : Quarry House, 
Kenilworth. W. 

CROWLE, Arthur Grey ; b. 1854, at Truro ; s. of 
Joseph Crowle, Draper, ; m. Edith, d. 
of John Magor, Tregew, Truro ; two d. Educ. 
Private school. S.S. Supt.. Class-leader, and 
Trustee ; has filled many church offices ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1906 ; has been Circuit Steward, 
and Pres. of Plymouth S.S. Union, 1910. 
Member of the County Borough Council; 
has sat on Board of Guardians. Address: 
28 Whiteford Road, Mannamead, Plymouth. 
W. 

CROWLE-SMITH, John, J.P.; b. Dec. 1860, 
at Manchester ; m. Clara, d. of Wynn Womack, 
of Dulwich ; two s. Educ. Private schools. 
Printer and Publisher ; one of the Managing 
Directors of Hazell, Watson & Viney, I<d. 
Over 22 years Hon. Treas. and Circuit 
Steward to I<ondon Central Mission, Clerken- 
well; Rep. to Conference several years. J.P. 
for County of I^ondon, an Alderman of Fins- 
bury, and holds many public offices in Condon 
municipal life. Publications : The Improve 
ment and Progress of Methodism in lyondon ; 
Newspaper and Magazine Articles. A ddr esses : 
25 I^loyd Square, Condon, W.C., and Tree- 
hurst, Rayleigh, Essex. Club : National 
liberal. W. 

CROZIER, Rev. Richard ; b. Feb. 3, 1845, at 

I,easingthorne, nr. Bishop Auckland ; s. of 
Forster and Margaret Crozier ; m. 1st, Eliza 
beth Greener Hallimond, of Escomb, nr. 
Bishop Auckland ; four s. ; 2nd, Clara Cun- 
liffe, of Rawtenstall, I^ancs. Educ. National 
school, Old Pel ton, Co. Durham, and private 
study ; e. m. 1868. Address : St. Asaph, 
Christchurch Road, Malvern. W. 

CRUTCHLEY, Rev. George William ; b. NOV. 23, 

1857, at Cheslyn Hay, nr. Walsall ; s. of 
William Crutchley (M.N.C. Guardian Repre 
sentative), of Cheslyn Hay ; m. Florence, 
d. of Rev. T. T. Rushworth, of Dudley ; one s. 
one d. Educ. little Hay Grammar School, 
Richfield; Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 
1882. Member of Conference since 1891 ; 
Member of Wolverhampton Board of Guar 
dians, 1895-6. Publications : Books of remi 
niscences, stories, &c. ; Keep Smiling ; When 
we were Boys Together ; &c. ; nom-de-plume, 
C. W. George. Recreations : Painting and 
fishing. Address : 28 Summerfield Crescent, 
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CRUX, Rev. Wm. Stephen Albert, B.A.; b. 

June 28, 1864, at London, Eng. ; s. of W. R. 
Crux, Builder, and Jane Field ; m. Eleanor 
A. Reany, of Toronto, Ont. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Winnipeg, Man.; Wesley Coll. (Theo 
logy); Manitoba Univ. (Arts); e. m. 1888. 
Agent for B.F.B.S. for several years. Recrea 
tion : Travel. Address: Manitou, Manitoba, 
Canada. C. 

CULLEN, Rev. Edward B. ; b. Oct. 26, 1861, at 

Springfield, Ballyfin, Queen s Co. ; s. of 
Lindsay H. Cullen, Ballyfin, Queen s Co. ; m. 
Ellie, e. d. of Thos. Graham, Tattynellan 
House, Co. Tyrone ; two c. Educ. National 
school and private study ; e. m. 1889. Fi 
nancial Sec. of Londonderry Dist. for three 
years, and of Belfast Dist. for the past five 
years. Recreations : Reading and golf. Ad 
dress : 78 Clifton Park Avenue, Belfast. W. 

CULLEN, Rev. Lindsay Humphries ; b. April 18, 
1867, at Springfield, Queen s Co. Ireland; 
s. of Lindsay H. Cullen; m. Florence A. 
Graham, of Tattynellan, Co. Tyrone, Ireland ; 
two s. one d, Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1894. 
Address: 35 Thomas St., Portadown. W. 

CULLWICK, William Windle; b. 1849; m. 

Catharine Fawsitt, nee Ripley, d. of late Robt. 
Ripley, M.D., of Whitby. Member at Darling 
ton St. Wes. Ch. since 1861 ; Local Preacher 
since 1869, full plan ; Circuit Steward, 1899- 
1903; Rep. to Conference, 1899; Pres. of 
Wolverhampton Naturalists Field Club, 
1907-8. Address: 33 Oaklands Road, 
Wolverhampton. W. 

CUNLIFFE, Richard Henry ; b. June i, i860, at 

Salmesbury, nr. Preston ; s. of James and 
Elizabeth Cunliffe; m. Aug. 21, 1884, Ann 
Hardman Lord, of Farnworth ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Peel Schools, Little Hulton, Lancashire. 
Confectioner. Member of Bolton Board of 
Guardians, 1894 ; Chairman, 1905 ; Member 
of Farnworth Urban Dist. Council, 1909 ; 
Hon. Sec. of Farnworth Liberal Assoc. Poor, 
Society, and Circuit Steward ; S.S. Supt. 
Address: 73 Market St., Farnworth. W. 

CURNOCK, Rev. Nehemiah ; b. March 30, 1840 ; 
s. of Rev. Nehemiah Curnock ; m. Sarah 
Baron Corderoy, of Clapham Park, London ; 
two s. five d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1860. Army Chap, and 
Circuit Minister until 1886 ; Editor of Metho 
dist Recorder until 1906; Hon. Librarian, 
Allan Library ; Sec. of Methodist Hymn and 
Tune Book Com., People s Hymnary, and The 



Methodist School Hymnal and Tune Book 
Corns. Publications : Nature Musings ; His 
tory of The Children s Home ; The Thrales of 
Redlynch ; Memorable Nights of the Bible ; 
God and Nature ; Jesus, for Little Children ; 
David; Realities and Visions; Articles 
signed H. K. Editor of Standard Edition 
of Wesley s Journal. Recreations : Natural 
science and photography. Address: 16 Old 
Road West, Gravesend. W. 

CURNOW, Rev. Henry ; b. Sept. 10, 1851, at St. 

Ives, Cornwall ; s. of Henry Curnow, Builder 
and Contractor, St. Ives, Cornwall ; m. Jane 
E., d. of John Rowse, of Elmsleigh, Trebud- 
annon, St. Columb, Cornwall ; one d. Educ. 
The Academy, St. Ives, Cornwall ; King s 
Coll., London (Evening Classes) ; entered 
Civil Service (Savings Bank Department, 
G.P.O.), 1869, continuing to 1878 ; e. m. 1878. 
Financial Sec. of Cornwall Dist. 1893-5, also 
of Portsmouth Dist. 1897 ; Pres. of Bourne 
mouth and Dist. F.C.C. 1897, and Norwich, 
1907 ; Superintendent of Norwich, North 
Waltham, and Cromer Mission since 1904 ; 
Chairman of East Anglia Dist. since 1904. 
Address: 12 Mile End Road, Norwich. W. 

CURRY, Rev William ; b. 1865, at Catcieugh 

Lodge, Northumberland; m. Clara M., d. of 
Aid. T. Keig, J.P. ; two s. one d. Stud. 
Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1889. One 
of the originators and Organizing Sec. of the 
Prim. Meth. Social Service Union. Publi 
cations : A Kingdom Won (the Story of 
Primitive Methodism in the Isle of Man). 
Recreations : Cycling, cricket, and bowls. 
Address: 3 Langdon Road, Bromley, Kent 
P. 

CURTIS, Rev. Uvl, M.A., D.D.; b. Feb. 22, 
1858, at Blackhead, Newfoundland; s. of 
Apollos and Harriet Curtis; m. LilHe C. 
Black, of New Brunswick; two s. two d. 
Educ. Meth. Coll., St. John s, and Mt. Allison 
Univ., Sackville, N.B., where he graduated 
B.A. in 1889, receiving his M.A. afterwards 
(1900) ; e. m. 1883. Victoria Univ., Toronto, 
conferred the degree of D.D., Causa Honoris, 
1903. Address: St. John s, Newfoundland. 
C. 

CUZNER, Rev. Bernard W. ; b. May 21, 1852, at 

Shepton Mallet ; m. Lucie Deverall, of Frome ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Shepton Mallet Grammar 
School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1874. Re- 
creation : Gardening. A ddress : Wolverton, 
Bucks. W. 



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DALBY, Rev. Leonard Burkltt ; b. May 4, 1866, 
at Newbury ; s. of William Dalby, of South- 
port ; tn. Ada Eveline, d. of W. E. Adams, 
of the Newcastle Chronicle, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne ; one s. two d. Educ. Trinity Wes. 
School, Southport ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. tn. 
1889. Contributor to Newspapers. Recrea 
tion : Golf. A ddress : I^yddon Terrace, 
I<eeds. W. 

DALBY, Rev. William Burkitt ; 6. Aug. 27, 1854, 

at Newbury ; s. of William Dalby, successively 
Head Master of Wes. schools in Newbury and 
Southport ; tn. Annie, d. of late Alderman 
Simonds, of Reading ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Newbury ; e. tn. 1875. Became supernu 
merary at Conference of 1907 in consequence 
of illness, but returned to circuit work in 1909. 
Publications : Articles, lectures, sermons, in 
London Quarterly Review, St. George (organ 
of Ruskin Guild), Methodist Magazine, &c. 
Address: Ivydene, Rose Crescent, Perth, 
N.B. W. 

DALE, John Gilbert, F.R.G.S. ; b. March 4, 1869, 
at Hanley ; s. of James Dale ; m. Jessie May, 
d. of late Bernard Collett ; five c. Educ. 
Wes. Higher Grade School; Victoria Coll., 
Congleton. Specialist in Epilepsy ; Member 
of Soc. for Psychical Research, and of Fabian 
Soc. I,ocal Preacher ; Sec. of 2nd I^ondon 
Ty.P. Com. ; Member of Connexional ly.P. 
Com. and I^.P.M.A.A. Com. Publication : 
Epilepsy, Its Causes, Symptoms, and Cure. 
Recreations : Reading, music, and motoring. 
Address : 31 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, 
W. W. 

DALE, Richard J b. 1834, at Penzance ; m. 1860, 
Jane A. Torr. Several years a Pioneer Bush 
Missionary in Australia ; I*ocal Preacher and 
Temperance Advocate since 1850 ; Del. 
to First Oecumenical Methodist Conference, 
I^ondon, 1881. Address: 1 Rhoda Villas, 
Penzance. W. 

DALE, Rev. Thomas Pointon ; b. 1859, at Bol- 
lington ; s. of John Dale, of Macclesfield ; m. 
Sarah Ainsworth, of Macclesfield ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Macclesfield ; e. m. 1880. Sec. of C.E. and 
I.B.R.A.; Member of National C.E. Council, 
1904-10 ; Chairman of Rochdale Dist. 1895, 
Bristol Dist. 1905 (U.M.F.C.). Publications : 
lessons from Neliemiah, &c. ; History of 
Brunswick Church. Bury. Address : St. Paul s 
Square, Burton-on-Trent. U. 

DALTON, Rev. Charles Richard ; b. June 5, 1880, 

at York; s. of Rev. Edwin Dalton, of 
Hull; m. Ethel P., d. of Rev. Mark Knowl- 
3on ; one d. Educ. Central Higher Grade 
School, I^eeds; e. m. 1902. Matriculated at 
Ixjndcn University, 1900. Address: 19 
Swinefleet Road, Goolc. P. 



DALTON, Rev. Edwin ; b. NOV. 22, 1845, at 
Sheriff Hutton, Yorks ; s. of William and 
Jane Dalton ; m. Mary Eliza Fox, of Dews- 
bury Mow, Dewsbury ; four s. one d. Educ. 
Sheriff Hutton British school ; Elmfield Coll., 
York; e. m. 1867. Succeeded in clearing 
1st Circuit (Easingwold), of chapel debts ; 
six years on I^eeds School Board ; one and a 
half years on Education Com., Tweeds ; elected 
as Sec. of Conference in 1896 ; Connexional 
Book Steward in 1905 ; First designated 
President, 1910; President of Conference, 1911. 
Address: 77 Albany Street, Hull. P. 

DALZELL, Rev. Samuel ; b. June 13, 1837, at 

St. Neots, Hunts ; s. of John Dalzell ; tn. 
Susan Phipps, of Ampthill ; three s. three d. 
Stud, at Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1861. Mis 
sionary in India, 1861-73 ; Supt. of Mission 
Press. Editor of Harvest Field. Address: 
Earby, Colne. W. 

DANK8, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Feb. 12, 1853, at 
Wednesbury, Eng. ; s. of Benjamin Danks ; 
m. Emma Elizabeth, d. of late Rev. John 
Father ) Watsford, of Melbourne, Victoria, 
(Australia ; two s t Educ. Public schools in 
England and Australia ; e. tn. 1878, and was 
sent out at once to New Britain as a Missionary. 
Appointed Sec. for Foreign Missions in the 
State of Victoria, 1891 ; Organizing Sec. for 
Methodist Foreign Missions throughout Aus 
tralasia, 1898 ; Gen. Sec. to Meth. Missionary 
Soc. of Australasia, 1907 ; Pres. of the New 
South Wales Conference, 1908. Editor of 
Meth. Missionary Review ; has written many 
pamphlets and booklets on mission work ; 
translated large portions of Scripture in both 
the Duke of York and New Britain lan 
guages. Recreations : Gardening, amateur car 
pentry and engineering, collector of photos 
(South Sea) and curios. Address: Meredith 
St., Homebush, Sydney, New South W ales, 
Australia. A. 

DANN, Rev. John ; b. Aug. Z, 1856, at Smalley, 
Derby. Stud. Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
For seven years Member of Belper Board of 
Guardians, six years on the Candidates Ex 
amining Committee for the West Mid. Dist. ; 
Chairman of Nottingham Dist. Synod, 1905 ; 
twice Rep. to Conference. Address : Croni- 
ford Road, Ripley, Derby. P. 

DANNATT, Rev. Edward Dalton ; b. 1844 ; s. of 

Edward Dannatt, late Sheriff of Hull; rn. 
Alice Denniss, of Hull ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Hull ; Tunbridge Wells ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1869. Missionary in W. Africa 1870-2, 
W. Indies 1873-4, France 1875-7. Recrea 
tions: Music and reading. Address: Bryn 
Hafod, Whitchurch, Cardiff. W. 



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DARBY, Rev. Thomas Brewster, B.A.; b. 

Dec. 10, 1862, at Burin, Newfoundland ; s. 
of Samuel and I^aura M. Darby ; m. Jessie H. 
Bishop, of Burin, Newfoundland ; one s. four d. 
Educ. Wes. Academy, St. John s; Mount 
Allison Univ., Sackville, Can. ; e. m. 1886. 
Sec. of Conference, 1909 ; Pres. of Conference, 
1910; Member of Gen. Conference, 1910. 
Address: Harbor Grace, Newfoundland. C. 

DAVEY, John Edwin Peter, B.A. ; b. Sept. 3, 

1834, at lyiskeard, Cornwall ; s. of Thomas and 
Sarah Hender Davey ; m. Mary Jane Tonkin, 
of Bodrnin ; two s. one d. Educ. I^iskeard 
Grammar School. Schoolmaster. Class-leader 
for 53 years ; I^ocal Preacher for 51 years ; 
Circuit Steward 30 years, Trustee, Rep. to 
Cornish Conference ; Principal of Oxenford 
House School, Jersey, for 48 years. Recrea 
tions : Mechanical gardening, etc. Address: 
Oxenford House, St. I^awrence, Jersey. W. 

DAVEY, William John ; b. Oct. 26, 1849, at 

lyewdown, Devon; s. of J. Davey, Mining 
Engineer, Gunnislake, Cornwall; m. Emily 
Pingston, of I^ondon ; four s. one d. Educ. 
Kingsbridge Grammar School. Civil En 
gineer. Confidential Manager to the Firm of 
Messrs. T. & C. Hawksley ; has been associated 
with 150 Waterworks in England and abroad, 
largely engaged in Parliamentary Enquiries 
and Arbitrations ; Rep. to Conference 13 
times; re-elected by Conference of 1910 for 
three years ; devoted much time to church, 
social, municipal and political work. Ad 
dress : Woodlea, I^yford Road, Wandsworth 
Common. T. 793, Battersea. Club : Na 
tional liberal. W. 

DAVIDSON, John Henry ; b. Aug. 7, 1859, at 

Heeley, Sheffield; s. of John Davidson, of 
Heeley, Sheffield ; m. 1883, Elizabeth Wright, 
d. of John Nicholson; one s. two d. Educ. 
Heeley Wes. school. Solicitor. Partner in 
Firm of Branson & Son, Sheffield; Rep. to 
Yorkshire Union of Iaw Societies ; Member of 
Sheffield Education Com. ; Sec. of Brunswick 
Circuit Quarterly Meeting ; Trust Treas. ; 
Trustee ; Rep. to Conference, 1906 ; Member 
of Sheffield Wes. Mission Com. Recreations : 
Yachting, golf, bowls, and politics. Address : 
Woodbank, Meersbrook, Sheffield. Club: 
Reform (Sheffield). T. 2678. W. 

DAVIDSON, Rev. Robert, M.A. ; b. Jan. 21, 

1833, at Port Elphinstone, nr. Inverurie, 
Aberdeenshire ; s. of Alexander and Christina 
Harvey Davidson; m. 1st, Elizabeth, d. of 
John Robins, of Bideford, Devon; 2nd, 
Elizabeth Major, d, of Rev. Thomas Hardy ; 
3rd, Emily Wallace, d. of Rev. Jarvis Chees- 
man ; one s. three d. Educ. Port Elphinstone 
school ; Grammar School and Univ., Aber 
deen ; e. m. 1856. Address : Brookfield, 
Ramsey, Isle of Man. W. 



DAVIDSON, Rev. Thomas W. ; b. Feb. 13, 1865, 

at Summerisland, Loughgall, Co. Armagh, 
Ireland ; s. of Walter Davidson and Mary 
Jane Allen ; m. Annie M., d. of Samuel Smyth, 
Kilcorig, I^isburn ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Clonmain and Tiulyrone National schools; 
Meth. Coll., Belfast ; e. m. 1889. Has 
travelled extensively in Canada. For 6 years 
Connexional C.E. Sec. ; interested in the work 
of Irish I,ocal Preachers. Publications : The 
I^and of the Maple I,eaf, and various articles 
in literary journals. Recreations : literature 
and shooting. Address : 8 Easton Cresceut, 
Belfast, Ireland. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Arthur William ; b. Jan. K;, mo, 

at Chesterton, N. Staffs; s. of Edward and 
M. E. Davies ; m. Dora Catherine, d. of late 
Rev. Hugh Owen and Mrs. Owen, Augbarad, 
Corwen ; two s. Educ. Council Schools ; 
Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1896. Address: 
Brunswick Villa, Rhyl. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. David Darky; b. at Deiniolen, 

Carnarvon ; s. of David Davies, Deiniolen 
British schools ; m. M. E., d. of Capt. Owen, 
of I,lanbrynmair ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Dr. Kirk s Grammar School, Carnarvon ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; Aberystwyth Univ. ; e. m. 
1889. Recreations : Cycling and gardening. 
Address: I^lanasa, Holy well. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Edward ; b. 1873, at Chesterton, 
Staffs; in. Annie, d. of Rev. Edward Hum 
phreys ; two c. Stud, at Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1897. Publications : Articles in de 
nominational magazine. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address: Festiniog, Blaenau Festiniog. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Evan Tegryd ; b. Dec. i, 1874, at 

IJandyssul, Cardiganshire ; m. Myfanwy, d. 
of D. Jones, Van Mines ; one d. Educ. 
Gwyn fryn School, Ammanford ; Handsworth 
Coll.; e. m. 1901. Address: 45 Almorah 
Road, Islington, N. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Henry Meirion ; b. 1875, at upper 

Corris ; s. of William Davies ; >. Margaret 
Jane, 2nd d. of Capt. J. I^ewis, Borth ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Corris Board school ; Old Bank 
School, Aberystwyth, U.C. Aberystwyth ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Address: Bar- 
mouth. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Hugh Jones ; b. May 21, 1873, at 

Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire ; m. Elisa 
beth, d. of John Rees Pwllglas, MachynUeth ; 
one s. Educ. Cemmaes village school ; Rich 
mond Coll.; e. m. 1902. Address: Wesley 
Villa, Hirwain, Aberdare. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. James Glyndwr; b. April 19, 

1873, at Trefeirig, Cardigan; s. of Richard 
Davies ; m. Amy, d. of T. H. Wood, of Muir en- 
berg, Cape Colony ; two c. Educ. Old Bank 
School, Aberystwyth ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1893. Recreations : Tennis and golf. 
Address: Klerksdorp, Transvaal. W. 

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DAVIES, Rev. John (B) ; b. 1852 ; s. of John 
Davies, of Abergele; m. 1st, Miss Morris, of 
St. Asaph ; two s. one d. ; 2nd, Mrs. J. H. 
Stubbs (widow of James Stubbs, Esq.), of 
The Mount and Morningside, Winsford, 
Cheshire. Address: Ferney, Queen s Park, 
Chester. W. 

DAVIES, John Owen ; b. March 10, 1875, at 
Llandrillo; s. of David Davies. Educ. 
Parochial school and private school. Builder 
and Contractor. Dist. Councillor ; Member of 
Board of Guardians; Member and ex-Chairman 
of Dist. Educ. Com. ; Governor of N. Wales 
Univ. Coll. Soc. and Circuit Steward ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1909. Address: Llantysilio, 
Llangollen. W. 

DAVIES, Rev. Trevor Hughes ; b. May is, 1871, 

at Llanfyllin, N. Wales ; s. of Owen Lloyd 
Davies and Sarah A. Hughes ; m. Hannah 
Naylor Morton, of Southport ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Liverpool Inst. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1895. Address: The Manse, 4 Church St., 
Sonthport. W. 

DAVIES, Sir William Howell, Kt. (cr. 1908), M.P.; 

6. Narberth, 1851 ; s. of Thomas Davies ; m. 
1882, Ada Mary, d. of O. Hosegood, J.P., 
Bristol. Educ. Privately. M.P. (I,.) South 
Bristol since 1906 ; extensive municipal ex 
perience ; Chairman of Bristol Finance Com. ; 
Chairman from 1899 to 1908 of Bristol Docks 
Com. during construction of Royal Edward 
Dock; for more than 20 years has taken a 
leading part in political life of the City of 
Bristol. Publications: Newspaper or Maga 
zine Articles. Recreations : Horse-riding, golf, 
motoring, &c. Addresses : Down House, Stoke 
Bishop, Bristol; 4 Whitehall Court, S.W. 
T.A.: Cox, Bristol. T. : 8 Stoke Bishop, 
Bristol. Clubs: Reform, National Liberal; 
Bristol Liberal. W. 

DAVIS, Rev. John William ; 6. July 19, 1864, at 

Holbeck, Leeds ; s. of Abiathar Henry Davis ; 
m. Mary Ann, d. of John Loxley, of Sheffield ; 
one s. Educ. Wes. School, Holbeck ; Owens 
Coll.; U. M. Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1889. 
Address: 8 White s Terrace, Whetley Hill, 
Bradford, Yorks. U. 

DAVIS, Joseph Thomas ; b. June 29, 1880, at 

Stonehouse ; s. of George Davis ; m. Bessie 
Stitson, of Plymouth. Educ. Plymouth and 
St. Luke s Coll., Exeter. Schoolmaster. Pres. 
of Y.M.B.C. ; Educational Sec. to Plymouth 
King St. Circuit ; Local Preacher. Vice-Pres. 
of Plymouth and Dist. Wesley Guild Council, 
1908. Recreation: Reading. Address: 25 
Salisbury Road, Plymouth. W. 

DAVISON, Rev. Matthew Pattinson ; b. March 5, 

1853, at Deanraw, Northumberland ; s. of 
James Davison, Master of the Deanraw School, 
Northumberland ; m. Miss M. E. Johnson, of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; four s. one d. Educ. 
Deanraw and at Sunderland Coll. ; *. m. 1875. 

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Vice-General Com. Sec. Contributor to Con- 
nexional Magazines. Address: Burswell 
Avenue, Hexham-on-Tyne. P. 

DAVISON, Rev. William Theophllus, M.A., D.D. ; 

6. 1846, at Bath ; s. of Rev. William Davison ; 
m. Frances, d. of Rev. Jacob Stanley. Educ. 
Kingswood School; e. m. 1868. Biblical 
tutor, Richmond Coll. 1881-91 ; Theological 
Tutor, Handsworth Coll. 1891-1904, and 
Richmond Coll., 1905; Principal of Rich 
mond Coll., 1910; elected to Legal Hun 
dred, 1889; Del. to M.E. Church South, 
America, 1898; Pres. of Conference, 1901; 
Member of Theological and Philosophical 
Boards, London Univ. Publications : The 
Indwelling Spirit (1911) ; The Christian Con 
science (Fernley Lecture, 1888) ; Praises of 
Israel; Wisdom Literature of Old Testa 
ment ; Christian Interpretation of Life ; 
Strength for the Way ; contributor to Hastings 
Dictionaries of the Bible, Christ and the Gos 
pels, &c. ; The Word in the Heart ; The Lord s 
Supper; &c. Address: College House, Rich 
mond, Surrey. W. 

DAWE, Rev. William, B.D., D.D. ; b. March 5, 
1848, nr. Camborne, Cornwall, Eng. ; s. of 
Charles and Mary A. Dawe ; tn. 1st, 1873, 
Clara Minerva Kimball, of Chicago, Illinois ; 
2nd, 1885, Mary E. Smedley, of Detroit, 
Michigan ; four s. one d. Educ. English 
Church day schools ; North-western Univ. , 
and Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 
Illinois; e. m. 1873. For eight years Sec. 
and Associate- Sec. of Detroit Annual Con 
ference ; Trustee of North-western Univ., 
Illinois, and Albion Coll., Michigan ; Del. 
to M.E. Gen. Conference ; for several years 
on the Lecture Platform in United States and 
Canada. Publications : Sermons and Ad 
dresses in Pamphlets and the Press. Recrea 
tions : Fishing, tennis, and out-door life. 
Address : 38 Waver ly Avenue, Highland 
Park, Detroit, Michigan. M.E.Ch. 

DAWSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Aug. 6, 1842, at 

Shincliffe, Co. Durham ; s. of George and 
Elizabeth Dawson ; m. Mary Jane, d. of John 
Hopper, of Gateshead ; two s. one d. Educ. 
East Keswick Acad., nr. Leeds; e. tn. 1865. 
Without pastoral charge since 1899, but still 
busily engaged in Preaching, Lecturing, and 
Literary Work. Contributor to The Outlook, 
vSpectator, Pall Mall Gazette, Athenaeum, 
St. Nicholas, and various other journals and 
magazines. Publications: The Soul of the 
Sermon; Peter Mackenzie, his Life and 
Labours; The Face of a Soul; The Light 
that Came ; Shadows and Fireflies : A Book 
of Verse; Pictures of Christ Framed in 
Prayers ; The Man in the Pew ; John Wesley 
on Preaching ; Story of Richard Martin ; 
William Morley Punshon ; Job and His 
New Theology. Recreations : Gardening and 
sketching. Address: Wychling Over, West- 
well, Ashford, Kent. W. 



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DAW80N, Rev. Richard Goodhugh ; 6. July 2, 

1849, at Tenterden, Kent ; s. of Rev. John 
Wesley Dawson ; m. 1st, Maria Ballard, of 
Chichester, in 1878 ; 2nd, Mrs. Moore, of Mar 
gate, in 1886 ; two d. Educ. Kingswood 
School; e. m. 1872. Address: High School, 
Swanage. W. 
DAWSON, Rev. William Goodhugh ; b. June 4, 

1846, at Faringdon, Berks ; s. of Rev. John 
Wesley Dawson; m. Agnes, 3rd d. of Mr. 
Christopher Pratt, of Bradford, Yorks ; four 
$. one d. Educ. New Kingswood School, 
Bath ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Tutor 
at Woodhouse Grove School, 1872-6 ; Super 
numerary, 1910. Address : Claybrooke, Green 
Lanes, Winchmore Hill. N. W. 

DAWSON, Rev. William Reeler; b. Sept. 28 

1859, at London; s. of William Dawson, of 
Norwich; m. Edith Mary, d. of Aid. A. 
Adams, of Lowestof t ; four d. Educ. Nor 
wich; e. m. 1894. Address: Mount Pleasant, 
Downham Market. U. 

DAY, Rev. James Roscoe, S.T.D., D.C.L..LL.D. ; 

s. of Thomas and Mary P. (Hillman) Day ; m. 
Hannah E. Richards, of Auburn, Maine ; 
one d. Educ. Bowdoin Coll.; e. m. 1872. 
While Pastor of Calvary Church, in New York, 
1893, he was elected Chancellor of Syracuse 
Univ. ; in 1904 he was elected a Bishop of 
M.E. Ch., but resigned in order to continue 
his work at Syracuse Univ. Publications : 
The Raid on Prosperity; Magazine Articles, 
&c. Address: Syracuse University, Syracuse, 
N.Y., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

DAY, Rev. John ; b. Sept. 5, 1855, at St. Osyth ; 
s. of John Day ; nt. Caroline Ruston, d. of 
G. E. Daintree, Westwood House, Chatteris ; 
three s. one d. Educ. Privately ; Headingley 
and Handsworth Colls. ; e. nt. 1882. Chap 
lain at Malta, 1884 ; Sec. for Channel Islands 
Dist. 1904-7. Address : 24 St. Kilda s Road, 
Stoke Newington, N. W. 

DEACON, Jesse Louis, F.R. Hist, s., F.S.SC; 

b. March 3, 1860, at Rye, Sussex; s. of 
Nicholas Deacon; m. 1st, Caroline, d. of 
Wm. Banister, of Peasmarsh, Sussex (two d.) ; 
2nd, Emma, d. of John Francklin, of Ramsgate 
Educ. Rye Grammar School. Printer and 
Publisher. Local Preacher for 34 years 
Circuit Steward for four years ; S.S. Supt. 
Rep. to Conference three times ; deeply 
interested in Foreign Missions. Resigned 
after serving some years in the Town Council 
is a Member of Harbour Commissioners 
Chairman of Rye Temperance Hotel Co., Ld. 
Director of Rye Building Soc. Has written 
books on Local History. Recreations: Re 
search and touring. Address : Sladen House 
Rye. W. 
DEAKIN, Thomas Hedges, M.I.C.E., J.P.; b. 

March 2, 1850, at Pontypool ; s. of Thomas 
Deakin, of Varteg, Mon ; m. Gertrude Eliza 



DEGARIS 



beth, d. of James Essex, M.D., of Pontypool ; 
two s. four d. Educ. Normal Coll., Swansea. 
Mining Engineer. Chairman of Colliery Com 
panies in Forest of Dean and Mon. ; Chairman 
of Forest of Dean Coal Owners Assoc., and of 
Joint Conciliation Board for the regulation of 
wages of workmen employed at the Forest 
of Dean Collieries; J.P. for Mon. and 
Glos., and Aid. of the latter county. Cir 
cuit Steward ; Circuit Treas. of Foreign Mis 
sions ; regular attendant at the Synod, and 
has been Rep. to Conference several times; 
is a life-long abstainer. Address: Parkend, 
nr. Sydney, Gloucestershire. W. 
DEAN, Rev. Harry Edwin ; b. May 22, 1856, at 

Instow, N. Devon ; s. of William George Dean ; 
m. Georgina, d. of George Worrall, of Dundee ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Bideford High School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1882. Address: 171 
Dudley Road, Grantham. W. 

DEAN, Rev. S. W. J b. Sept. 23, 1870, at Maxville, 
Peel Co., Ont. ; s. of William and Catherine 
Dean ; m. Rosa M. Hook, of Toronto ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Victoria Coll., Toronto; . m. 
1889. Appointed Supt. of City Missions, 
1908 ; Examiner in Christian Evidences, 
Deaconess National Training School ; Director 
of British Welcome League ; Pres. of Victor 
Industrial Inst. Publications : Sociological 
Articles, Local Press. Recreation: Wheel 
ing. Address : 99 Homewood Avenue, 
Toronto, Canada. C. 

DEEPROSE, Rev. Chas. 8. ; b. Dec. 31, 1857, 
at Ninfield, Sussex, England ; s. of Jesse and 
Mary A. Deeprose ; m. Mary J. Boorman, of 
Wadhurst, Sussex ; three s. three d. Educ. 
Ninfield, Sussex; Wes. Theological Coll., 
Montreal, Canada; e. m. 1884, Toronto 
Conference, Canada. Pres. of Montreal 
Conference, 1910 ; Chairman of Ottawa Dist., 
1911 ; Local Preacher in the Ticehurst and 
Tunbridge Wells Circuits, Eng., for three 
years previous to living in Canada. Recrea 
tions : Driving and fishing. Address: Ot 
tawa, Ontario, Canada. C. 

DeGARIS, Elisha Clement; b. Sept. 17, 1851, 

at Guernsey; s. of Elisha DeGaris ; m, 
Elizabeth, d. of late John Buncle, of Melbourne, 
formerly of Crewe, Cheshire ; six c. Educ. 
St. Peter s Coll., Adelaide. Merchant. Local 
Preacher ; Trustee ; has been Circuit Steward 
several times ; Member of Victorian and 
Tasmanian Conference for last 30 years, of 
Australasian Gen. Conference since 1894 ; Lay 
Treas. of Evangelistic Department, and Vice- 
Pres. of Metropolitan Meth. Council ; Lay 
Treas. of Victoria Church Building and Loan 
Fund. In Ministry for 12 years, became 
chief exponent of Irrigation in Victoria, and 
for three years was allowed an assistant to 
carry on his Irrigation work ; retired from the 
Ministry, 1889, taking his place in Conference 
as a Layman at once ; was a Commissioner 



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DENT 



for Melbourne Centennial Exhibition, 1887- 
1890 ; is a Councillor of Moorabbin Shire, 
and has been a Councillor in the Mildura Shire 
for some years, holding the Presidency for a 
term. For some years Editor of Australian 
Irrigationist, and a contributor to the Mel 
bourne daily papers. Address: Coggeshall, 
Sandringham, Victoria, Australlia. A. 

DELAFIELD, Rev. Samuel George ; b. March M, 

1873, at Walton-on-Hill, Surrey ; s. of George 
and Elizabeth Delafield ; m. Dora Clare, of 
Farnworth, Bolton ; two c, Eduo. Hcmel 
Hempstead Grammar School ; Hartley Coll., 
Manchester; e. m. 1899. Address: 57 
Edinburgh St., Goole, Yorks. P. 

DE LA WYCHE, Cyril Roylance ; b. NOV. 19, 

1870, at Levenshulme, Manchester; s. of 
Peter de la Wyche ; m. Ada, d. of George 
Botham, of Levenshulme ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Manchester Grammar School. Estate 
Agent. Circuit Steward; Circuit Chapel 
Sec. ; Chapel Steward and Trustees Treas. ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1911 Address: Haw-, 
thorn Cottage, Slade Lane, Levenshulme, 
Manchester. W. 

de MOUILPIED, Alfred Theophllus, B.Sc. 

(Lond.), M.Sc. (Viet.), Ph.D.; 6. Nov. 20, 
1876, at St. Heliers, Jersey ; s. of Rev. D. A. 
de Mouilpied. Educ. Kingswood School ; 
Owens Coll., Manchester ; B.Sc. First-class 
Honours London and Victoria ; two years 
Univ. of Halle (Ph.D.) ; lecturer in Chemistry, 
Liverpool Univ. ; Univ. Extension Lecturer. 
Class-leader. Publications : English edition 
Moissan s Electric Furnace ; original contri 
butions to English and German scientific 
publications ; Newspaper and Magazine Ar 
ticles. Recreation: Climbing. Address: 48 
Percy St., Liverpool. Club : University, 
Liverpool. W. 

de MOUILPIED, Rev. Daniel Alfred ; ft. Nov. 15, 
1844, at Les Vaurioufs, Guernsey ; s. of 
Thomas de Mouilpied; m. Lydie Hocart 
Collas, of La Maison-de-Bas, Guernsey ; six c. 
Educ. Oxenford House, Jersey ; Elizabeth 
Coll., Guernsey ; Free Church Faculty of Theo 
logy, Lausanne ; e. m. 1865. Minister in 
West Indies 1865-73, and in Paris 1879-87. 
Address: 18 New St., West Bromwich. W. 

DENHAM, Rev. John Wesley ; b. June in, 1849, 

at Watlington, Oxon ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Denham ; m. Bessie, 2nd d. of John Jackson, 
of the Holmes Pottery, Rotherham. Educ. 
Woodhouse Grove School ; e. m. 1874. Ad 
dress : The Manse, Woodville, Burton-on- 
Trent. W. 

DENNIS, John George; b. Feb. 2, 1867, at 

Leicester ; one s. two d. Educ. Higher Ele 
mentary school, Loughborough. Boot Factor. 
Circuit Steward, S.S. Sec. ; has been Poor and 
Soc. Stewards, &c. Address: 30 Swan St., 
Loughborough. W. 
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DENNIS8, Lt.-Col. Charles Sherwood ; b. i860 ; 
$. of Henry Denniss, of Hull ; m. 1st, 1891, 
Ethel Burnet, of Shrewsbury ; one d. ; 2nd, 
1899, Edith, d. of Rev. H. J. Pope, D.D. 
Educ. Hull and East Riding Coll., Hull. 
General Manager of Cardiff Railway Co. 
from Jan. 1, 1910 ; previously General 
Manager of Cambrian Railways Co. since 
Nov. 1895 ; Lt.-Col. Engineer and Railway 
Staff Corps; Member of Glamorgan County 
Territorial Force Assoc. ; Member of the South 
Wales Advisory Committee of the Board of 
Trade Labour Exchange ; Lay Member 
of Wes. Conference elected by Conference; 
Member of Home Mission Com. and L.P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. ; Director of Wes. Meth. 
Trust Assur. Co., Ltd. Local Preacher since 
March 1878, Class-leader 1885-1910, S.S. Supt. 
1882-1910, and Circuit Steward 1896-1905. 
Recreations : Golf and tennis. Address: 
Sherwood, Penarth, Glamorgan. W. 

DENNY, Rev. Bishop Collins, B.A., M.A. (Prince 
ton) ; B.L. (Univ. of Virginia) ; LL.D. (Emory, 
Georgia, and also Emory and Henry, Va.) ; 
b. May 28, 1854, at Winchester, Va. ; s. 
of William R. and Margaret Collins Denny ; 
m. Lucy Chase Chapman, of Baltimore, Mary 
land; one s. two d. Educ. Shenandoah 
Valley Acad., Winchester, Va. ; Princeton 
Univ. ; Univ. of Virginia ; e. m. 1880. For 
nine years in pastoral work on circuits and in 
stations, two years Chaplain to the Univ. 
of Virginia, and 19 years Professor of Mental 
and Moral Philosophy in Vanderbilt Univ. ; 
elected Bishop of the Meth. Episcopal Church 
South, in May 1910, on the first ballot by the 
largest vote ever given to a Methodist Bishop ; 
educated for the law and for more than two 
years practised law in Baltimore, Maryland ; 
acting Sec. of Gen. Conference of 1894; 
Member of five Gen. Conferences, leading his 
Conference delegation in the last four ; Member 
of Book Com. of Church from 1894-1910; 
Chairman of Book Com. 1898-1910 ; Fraternal 
Del. from the Church to the Meth. Episcopal 
Ch. 1908 ; Sec. of Coll. of Bishops of M.E. 
Church South ; Chairman of Com. of Appeals 
to hear appeals in the interim of Gen. Confer 
ence. Contributor to the Methodist Review 
and to the periodicals of the Church. Recrea 
tion : Walking. Address: Nashville, Tenn. 
M.E. Ch.S. 

DENT, Rev. Charles Edward ; b. July 20, 1871, 

at London ; s. of Hugh Railton and Eleanor 
Dent ; m. Fanny Elizabeth, e. d. of Samuel 
Parker, Auckland, N.Z. ; five s. one d. e. m. 
South Africa, 1899. Appointed to Zululand 
Mission, 1909. Address: Nongoma, Zulu- 
land. S.A. 

DENT, Rev. Frederic George Thomas ; b. March 

29, 1860, at Ashbourne, Derbyshire; s. of 
Rev. Jonathan Dent ; nt. Susan Collett, of 
Bourton-on-the- Water, Glos; five s. two d. 



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Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. tn. 1837. Recreation : Walking. 
Address : The Manse, Wainfleet, Lines. W. 

DENT, Rev. William Robert ; 6. March 10, 1857 ; 
s. of Robert Dent, Schoolmaster, Garrigill, 
Cumberland ; tn. Edith Melonie, 2nd d. of D. 
Barr, Edgbaston, Birmingham ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Garrigill ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1881. 
Address: Claremont, Connaught Road,Wolver- 
hampton. W. 

DENTON, Rev. George ; e. m. 1866. Elected to 
Legal Hundred, 1905; Sec. of Nominations 
Com. ; Member of Home Mission, Theological, 
General Chapel, and Education Corns. Ad 
dress : Ashville, Balmoral Road, Morecambe. 
W. 

DERRICK, Albert James ; 6. Aug. 26, 1862, at 

Melbourne; s. of Elijah Derrick, of Public 
Works Department, Victoria ; m. M. Evelyn 
Finlay, of Melbourne; four c. Educ. State 
schools, Victoria. Architect, but since 1893 
time devoted to Central Mission work. Local 
Preacher; for 18 years Organizing Sec. of 
Central Mission, Wesley Church, Melbourne, 
also Managing Treas. of Central Mission for 
last 14 years ; for last 16 years Gen. Sec. of 
Meth. L.P. Assoc. of Victoria ; Member of 
Annual Conference for many successive years ; 
Member of Gen. Conference of Australasia, 
1904-7-10 ; on most Conference Corns. Pub 
lications : Journalistic work. Recreations : 
Chiefly philatelist, but collector of autographs 
and British coins; reading. Address: 48 
Rathmines Road, Auburn, Melbourne, Aus 
tralia. A. 

DERRY, Rev. W. Thompson, M.A. ; b. Feb. 26, 
1862, at Dartford, Kent ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Derry ; m. 1st, Edith, d. of Samuel Penrose 
Kernick, Cardiff; 2nd, Mary Proctor, d. of 
W. Brader Bush, Bra toft, Lines ; two 5. one 
d. Educ. Kingswood School; Queen s Coll. 
Taunton ; Durham Univ. (Gisborne Scholar 
Prizeman, and Classical Honoursman) ; Dids- 
buryColl. ; e. m. 1884; has been Probationers 
Examiner and U.B.H.S. Tutor in Greek 
Testament, Acting Chap, to the Forces, and 
H.M. Prison Chaplain. Publications: Occa^ 
sional Articles. Recreation: Cycling. Ad 
dress : 140 Manchester Road, Bury. W. 

DEVI8, Rev. Percy Addison ; 6. May 18, 1879 

at Cam, Glos ; s. of Rev. J. G. Devis 
m. Millicent M., d. of Rev. H. T. Brumwell 
one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1902. Contributor tc 
Sunday School Magazine. Recreation : Micro 
scopy. Address : 210 Upper Parliament St 
Liverpool. W. 
DEW8BURY, Rev. Henry Rohan ; b. March 24 

1849, at Alloa, Scotland ; s. of Benjamin an 
Sarah Dewsbury ; m. Bessie Boyd Parnal 
of Auckland, N.Z. Educ. Public schoo 
Stirling, Scotland; in Christchurch, Canter 



bury, N.Z., 1871. Prior to entering Ministry 
was trained as an Architect ; was Sec. of 
N.Z. Wes. Conference, 1887, and Pres. 1891 ; 
has been for a number of years Examiner in 
Hebrew and Greek in connexion with Con 
ference. Recreations: Cycling and tennis. 
Address : Kilmarnock, Onehunga, Auckland, 
N.Z. A. 

ICKEY, Rev. James Edward, D.D. ; b. May 11, 

1864, at Jeffersonville, Ga., U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. 
J. M. and Mrs. H. E. Dickey ; m. 1891, Jessie 
Munroe, of Quincey, Fla., U.S.A. ; one *. 
five d. Educ. Emory Coll., Oxford, Ga., 
U.S.A. Member of North Georgia Confer 
ence, M.E. Ch. South, since 1891 ; Chairman 
of Board of Missions of that Conference; 
Adj. Prof, of Emory Coll., 1891-6; Prof, 
of Emory Coll., 1896-9 ; Pastor of Grace 
Church, Atlanta, Ga., 1899-1902 ; Pres. of 
Emory Coll. since 1902; D.D. Kentucky 
Wes. Coll., 1903 ; Member of Gen. Con 
ference, M.E. Ch. South, 1910 ; elected Gen. 
Sec. of Education of the M.E. Ch. South, 
1910 ; resigned same to remain as Pres. of 
Emory Coll.; Member of Meth. Oecumenical 
Conference, 1911. M.E. Ch. S. 

DICKINSON, Thomas Beck ; b. Nov. 1, 1846, at 

Keighley ; s. of James Dickinson ; m. Harriet 
Spencer, of Keighley ; three s. three d. 
Draper. Class-leader for 40 years, Local 
Preacher 44 years, S.S. Supt. 25 years; 
has been Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Confer 
ence, 1908-9-10. Address: 84 Malsis Road, 
Keighley. W. 

DICKINSON, Rev. Thomas James ; b. July 11, 

1854, at Burton-on-Trent ; s. of James Dickin 
son, of Burton-on-Trent ; m. Louisa, y. d. of 
Rev. Jabez Rought ; three 5. three d. Educ. 
Privately; U.M. Coll., and Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1876. Connexional Sec. 
U.M.F.C. 1903-5, and Pres. in 1905. Address : 
18 Trewirgie Road, Redruth. U. 

DICKINSON, Rev. William ; b. May 27, 1863, at 
Barrow-in-Furness ; s. of John Dickinson; 
m. Elizabeth Croft, of Ilkley, Yorks ; one s. 
one d. Stud, at Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1886 ; Sec. of the Bradford and Halifax 
Dist. Missionary Com. Address: 20 Milton 
Place, Halifax, Yorks. P. 

DIDCOCK, Rev. Henry R. ; b. Nov. 28, 1869, 
at Wootton, Berks ; s. of Richard Didcock ; 
m. 1st, Isabel, d. of John Housby, of Millom, 
Cumberland ; 2nd, Emily, d. of George Wilson, 
of Dewsbury Moor, Yorkshire; four c. Educ. 
Borough West School, Bradford; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1892. Address: 
Lyndhurst, Tennyson Avenue, King s Lynn. 
P. 

DINGLEY, Edward Alfred, M.D. (Lend.), J.P.; 

b. Feb. 27, 1860 ; s. of Alderman A. Dingley, of 
Sherborne; m. Emily, d. of James Habber- 
field ; two s. Educ. New Coll., Eastbourne 

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and Univ. Coll. Hospital, Condon. J.P. 
Wednesbury. Class-leader since 1885 ; Pres. 
since 1886 of Adult Bible-class; Member of 
Conference Class-leaders Com. Author of 
Oh for a closer walk with man, and other 
hymns. Recreations: Church work, photo 
graphy, printing, naval history, &c. Ad 
dress : Brunswick House, Holyhead Road, 
Wednesbury. T. 112 Wednesbury. W. 

DINGLEY, John ; b. Oct. 27, 1864, at Sher- 
borne ; s. of Alfred Dingley ; m. I^>uie 
Bewsey, of S. Cheriton, Somerset. Educ. New 
College, Eastbourne. Draper. I,ocal Prea 
cher ; Class-leader ; S.S. Supt. ; Sec. to 
Foreign Missionary Circuit Com. Recrea 
tions : Cycling and cyclostyling. Address: 
Ingleside, Sherborne, Dorset. W. 

DINGLEY, Capt. John, J.P. ; b. July 23, 1869, 

at I^unceston ; s. of John Dingley ; m. 1899, 
Ethel N. Dingley, of Sherborne ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Dunheved Coll., I^aunceston ; Rydal 
Mount School. Banker. Capt. and Hon. Major 
5th D.C.I,.!., J.P. for Cornwall. Sec. of 
Men s Bible Class for over 24 years ; has been 
Chapel Steward. Address: Eagle House, 
, Cornwall. W. 



DINNING, Rev. William ; b. March 25, 1854, at 

Kiama, Sydney, N.S. Wales ; s. of James 
and Eliza Dinning ; in. Georgina lyindley, of 
Sydney ; three s. three d. Educ. Newington 
Coll., Sydney ; e. m. 1878. Pres. of Queens 
land Meth. Conference, 1900 ; attended British 
and Irish Conference, 1908. Address: Coor- 
paroo, Brisbane, Queensland. A. 

DINSLEY, Rev. Edward Oliver ; b. Feb. 1858, at 
Thornbury, Bucks ; *. of Rev. James Dinsley ; 
m. Kate Gilbert, d. of Mr. S. Rodwell, of Salis 
bury ; one s. one d. Educ. Privately ; U.M. 
Coll. and Owens Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1878. 
Some years Member and Sec. of lyondon Chapel 
Extension Com., also Book Room Com. and 
Deaconess Inst. and Connexional Chapel Com. 
Publications : Why I am a Nonconformist ; 
Rex I^ister ; Marian Russell ; Maude Kendrick ; 
Magazine Articles. Address : 42 Kestrel 
Avenue, Herne Hill, S.E. U. 

DITTERICH, Rev. Richard ; b. June 29, 1865, 

at Maldon, Victoria, Australia ; s. of Jas. von 
Ditterich, Erbmannszahl ; m. Christiana 
Shand; three c. Educ. Wesley Coll., Mel 
bourne ; e. m. 1887. Supt. of Collingwood 
Meth. Mission, 1910 ; Victoria and Tasmania 
Conference, 1905. Connexional Editor of 
Spectator, Viet, and Tas. Conf. 1905. 
Recreations: Cricket and tennis. Address: 
25 Albert St., East Melbourne. A. 

DIXON, Fred W., J.P. ; b. April 16, 1854, at 
Oldham, I^ancs ; s. of Benjamin Dixon ; m. 
Annie Noble, of Oldham ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Dronsfield s Academy, Oldham. Architect. 
Mayor of Southport, 1906-7. Circuit Steward ; 
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S.S. Supt. Recreations : Music and travel. 
Address : Redlands, Southport. U. 

DIXON, Rev. George Thomas ; b. March 9, 1838, 

at Brigg, I,incs ; s. of Benjamin I,ee Dixon ; 
m. Ellen Cardew, d. of Rev. Thomas Brown ; 
three s. Educ. Grammar School, Brigg ; e. m. 
1860. Address: 38 Woodlands Gardens, 
Muswell Hill, N. W. 

DIXON, Rev. James Edwin ; b. June 17, 1S69, at 

Hitchin, Herts ; s. of late Rev. Edwin Dixon ; 
m. Miss J. P. Collie, of Edinburgh ; two s. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove and Kingswood 
Schools; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1892. 
Conference Assist. Journal Sec. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Brunswick Manse, Tiviot 
Dale, Stockport. W. 

DIXON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Jan. 16, 1844, at 
Grantham ; s. of David Dixon ; m. E. M. 
Christian, of Skillington ; six c. Educ. 
Grantham Coll. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e, m. 1865. 
Elected to I>gal Hundred 1904 ; was appointed 
in 1869 to Iondon South-East at the request 
of Sir Francis I^ycett, and is now in the 33rd 
year of his ministry in the metropolis. Pub 
lications : The Earnest Methodist (a Memoir 
of his uncle, Thomas Dixon, of Grantham). 
Recreations : Walking, cricket, golf. Address : 
^Leicester House, lyeicester Road, New Barnet. 
W. 

DIXON, Michael J. f J.P.; b. May 6, 1845, at 
Barnard Castle ; s. of Joseph Dixon, Wood- 
leigh, Barnard Castle ; m. Margaret Monk- 
house, of I/iverpool ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield. J.P. for N. Riding 
York. I/Dcal Preacher ; has filled many 
church offices. Recreation: Golf. Address: 
Woodlelgh, Barnard Castle. W. 

DIXON, William ; b. June 25, 1840, at Brigg, 
I,incs ; s. of Benjamin I,ee Dixon ; m. Emma 
d. of James West, of I,outh, I^incs ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Private school. General 
Insurance. I^ocal Preacher for over 50 years ; 
Trustees Treas. ; Member of Dist. Synod 
for 10 years ; Rep. to Conference. Has done 
much work in promoting the I,.P.M.A.A. in 
Nott. and Derby Dist. Address: 11 Arthur 
Avenue, I^enton Boulevard, Nottingham. W. 

DIXON, Rev. William George ; b. Jan. 20, 1856, 

at lyondon ; m. Edith lyydia, d. of John N. 
Tunbridge, of St. I^eonard s-on-Sea ; four c. 
Educ. National school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1878 (count from 1880). Recreation: Books. 
Address: Sudell Road, Darwen. W. 

DOBSON, Rev Joseph Alfred ; b. Feb. 16, 1868, 

at Tavistock, Devon ; s. of Francis and Eliza 
beth Dobson ; m. Miss N. Brown, of Bolton. 
Educ. Millom, Cumberland ; e. m. 1888. Ad 
dress: 71 TynewyddRoad, Barry, Cardiff. U. 

DOCKING, Rev. James Tippett, A.B., S.T.D., 

Ph.D. ; b. Jan. 29, 1862, at Cornwall, Eng. ; 
s. of Thomas and Mary Docking ; m. May 23, 



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1888, I,ua Belle Greene, of Albion, Mich. ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Albion Coll.; Boston 
Univ. ; e. m. in Des Moines Conference, 1887. 
Pastor in Des Moines, transferred to New 
England South Conference ; Pres. of Cookman 
Inst. for five years; Pres. of Rust Univ., 
Holly Springs, Miss. .since 1908 ; one of the 
Founders of Epworth I,eague ; Conductor of 
Epworth Pilgrimages. Publication: Pulpit 
Bible Reading; Address: Holly Springs, 
Miss., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

DODD, Rev. Johnstone ; b. April 29, 1874, at 
Folly Syke, nr. Carlisle; s. of John Dodd; 
m. Wilhelmina Graham, of Haltwhistle ; three 

c. Educ. Hall Bank Gate Board school; 
Hartley Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1897. 
Address: 5 Elmwood Villas, Pudsey, I,eeds. 
P. 

DODD, Rev. Thomas ; 6. 1845 ; m. M. A., d. 

of Christopher Peverley, Rochdale ; two s. 
four d. Stud, at Didsbury Coll. : e. m. 1869. 
Address : 23 Chandos Road, Buckingham. W. 

DODDRELL, Rev. John Henry ; b. NOV. 24, 

I860, at Shepton Mallet, Somerset ; s. of 
William Alfred and Eliza Doddrell ; m. Ethel, 

d. of Rev. R. J. Thomas, Wes. Minister ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Shepton Mallet; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Recreations : Walking and 
cycling. Address: 134 Wrottesley Road, 
Harlesden, N.W. W. 

DONINGTON, James; b. NOV. 25, 1858, at 

Spalding ; s. of James Donington, of Spalding ; 
m. Betsy Epton, of Spalding ; one d. Educ. 
Gosberton Hall. Ironmonger. Rep. to Con 
ference, 1906 ; Circuit and Soc. Steward ; for 
15 years Circuit Foreign Mission Sec., 10 years 
Quarterly Meeting Sec., 21 years Trustees 
Sec. ; has held many church offices ; Pres. of 
F.C.C. 1905. Address: 12 Bridge St., 
Spalding. W. 

DORCHESTER, Rev. Liverus H., A.B., S.T.B., 

D.D.; b. Aug. 27, 1864, at Boston, Mass.; 
s. of Daniel Dorchester, D.D., and Mary P. 
Davis ; m. 1889, Nellie E. Hardy, of Natick, 
Mass. ; one s. one d. Educ. Natick and 
Newton, Mass., public schools; Boston Univ. ; 
Coll. of liberal Arts, 1886 ; Theology, Boston 
Univ. 1889 ; e. m. 1889, New England Con 
ference. Transferred to St. Ixmis, Mo., 1902, 
and Scranton, Pa., Pastor of Elm Park Ch., 
1907. Del. to Oecumenical Conference, 
I,ondon, 1901 ; Degree of D.D. received from 
Syracuse (N.Y.) Univ., June 1909. Recreation : 
Golf. Address : 718 I^inden Street, Scran- 
ton, Pa. M.E. Ch. 

DOREY, Onesimus ; b. July 1, 1857, at Guern 
sey ; s. of Josiah Dorey, of Guernsey ; m. Ann 
Elizabeth Poat, of Guernsey ; four s. one d. 
Educ. Guernsey Commercial and Grammar 
School. Merchant, Shipowner. Managing 
Director of Anglo-French Steamship Co., I<td. ; 
Fruit-grower, &c. ; Senior Member of One 



simus Dorey & Sons, Merchants, &c., Guern 
sey. I/>cal Preacher ; has held several church 
offices. Private Address: The lindens, St. 
Sampson s, Guernsey. W. 
DOUBLEDAY, Frederic William ; b. Oct. 28, 

I860, at Diss, Norfolk ; s. of Frederic William 
and Elvina Jennings Doubleday ; m. Rosa 
Nicklin, of Guildford ; two s. three d. Educ. 
Diss. Dentistry. Circuit Steward ; S.S. 
Supt. ; Rep. to Conference. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Wyngate House, Dorking. 
W. 
DOUGHTY, Rev. Wm. Lamplough ; b. July n, 

1881, at Hull; s. of Walter and Sarah S. 
Doughty (nee I^amplough), of Kingston-upon- 
Hull, Yorks; m. (1911) Marie Sayer (Sister 
Marie, Wesley Deaconess), of Eastbourne. 
Educ. Hymers Coll., Hull ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1907. Address : 63 Church Road, 
Northwich. W. 
DOUGLAS, Rev. YVIIiam Magee, B.A.; b. 

Jan. 18, 1854, at Freamemount, Cootehill, 
Ireland ; e. s. of William and Eliza Douglas ; 
m. M. E. Hawksley, e. d. of late Rev. R. J. T. 
Hawksley, of Oldham ; three s. Educ. 
Wesley Coll. Sheffield; Meth. Coll., Belfast; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Set free by the 
South African Conference this year for work 
in connexion with the Students Christian 
Assoc. as Volunteer Secretary. Address : 
P.O. Rosmead, S. A. R. S. A. 

DOWNES, John Graham; b. April 3, 1871, 

at Edinburgh; s. of William Greensmith 
Downes ; m. I/ucy Helen, 3rd d. of Alderman 
Maltby, J.P., of I4ncoln ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Royal High School and Edinburgh Inst. 
Managing Partner of the Scotch Hosiery Firm 
of Greensmith, Downes & Son. Society Steward 
for five years, Circuit Steward three years; 
Foreign Mission Treasurer for Scotland Dis 
trict ; Member of Foreign Missionary Com. 
Recreation : Golf. Address : Redheugh, Priest- 
field Road, Edinburgh. W. 

DOWNES, Rev. Robert Percival, I,I,.D. ; b. April 

22, 1842, at Ripon ; s. of Christopher Downes ; 
m. Clara E. Trouncet, of Shrewsbury ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Ripon Grammar School, and 
privately ; e. m. 1865. Retired from pastoral 
charge to edit Great Thoughts, 1885. Pub 
lications : John Ruskin ; Pillars of our 
Faith ; Pure Pleasures ; Woman : Her 
Charm and Power ; The Art of Noble 
Iviving ; Hours with the Immortals ; life s 
Eventide ; Seven Supreme Poets ; Thoughts 
on Living Subjects ; Man s Immortality and 
Destiny. Recreations : Reading and walking. 
Address: Bedwardine Road, Upper Norwood. 
W. 

DOWNEY, Rev. William, M.A., Ph.D.; b. 

June 26, 1849, atOmagh,Ireland; s. of Henry 
and Mary Downey ; m. Clara E. Hoar, of 
Gap, I^ncs. Co., Pa. ; six c. Educ. Public 

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schools, and Post-graduate course in Grant 
Univ. ; e.m.in Philadelphia Conference, 1871. 
Publications : Themes from Patmos ; Editor 
of Twentieth Century Pastor. Address: 
1018 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

DOWNING, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 12, 1855, at 
St. Ives, Cornwall ; s. of Rev. George Downing. 
m. Eleanor B. Dutton, of Northwich ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Elementary and private schools ; 
e. m. 1876. Sub-Sec, of Annual Assembly, 
1907; First Prize in Probationers Written 
Examinations, 1881 ; Examiner, 1903-7, &c. 
Recreations : Music and gardening. Address : 
The Manse, Spalding. U. 

DRAPER, Rev. Herbert Mudle ; b. July is, 1872, 

at London ; s. of Joseph Thomas Draper, of 
London ; m. Edith Julia Gelling, of Douglas, 
I. of M. ; one d. Educ. Haberdasher s 
Company s Schools, London ; Handsworth 
Coll.; e. m. 1896. Publications: Magazine 
Articles. Recreations : Photography and 
gardening. Address: 78 Tollington Park, 
London, N. W. 

DREW, John ; b. March 27, 1865, at Rockley, 
nr. Marlborough, Wilts ; s. of late T. C. Drew, 
of Swindon ; m. Emily Lander, of Faringdon ; 
three s. one d. Printer and Stationer. Local 
Preacher; Circuit Steward of the Aldershot 
Circuit for 7 years ; Rep. to Conference, 1904 
and 1909 ; Member of 2nd London Dist. Local 
Preachers Com. ; Class-leader for 16 years ; 
has held various church offices. Address: 
Harvard, The Avenue, Camberley, Surrey. W. 

DROWN, John Smale; b. NOV. 16, 1851, at 
Pillaton ; s. of Richard and Frances Drown ; 
m. Alice Beatrice Creber, of St. Mel lion. 
Educ. Pillaton and Callington. Agricultural 
Implement Maker. Class-leader since 1878 ; 
S.S. Supt. ; Trustees Treas. ; Circuit Steward, 
1910. Member of Parish Council and Member 
of District Education Com. since formation. 
Address : Pillaton, St. Mellion, S.O., Cornwall. 
W. 

DRUMMOND, Rev. James ; b. Oct. 10, 1842, at 
Grangemouth, Stirlingshire; s. of James 
Drummond and Margaret Bell ; m. Mary 
White, of Edinburgh ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Commercial school, and trained for business in 
a Bank and Land Steward s office ; originally 
a Presbyterian. Converted under the preach 
ing of the Rev. James Cuthbertson ; e. m. 
1867. Publications: Some contributions to 
Wes. periodicals. Address: Wesley Villa, 
Bourne, Lines. W. 

DRUMMOND, Rev. Maurice Andrew ; b. Dec. 

23, 1832, at Penshaw, Co. Durham ; m. 1861, 
Dorothy Reed, of Lanchester, Co. Durham ; 
two d. e. m. 1855. Publications : Sermons, 
Pamphlets, Tracts, Leaflets, &c. Address: 
Elmfield House, Lanchester, Co. Durham. P. 
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DU BOSE, Rev. Horace Mellard, D.D. (Emory 

and Henry Colls.) ; b. Nov. 7, 1858, on a cotton 
plantation in the State of Alabama; s. of 
Rev. Hezekiah Du Bose; nt. twice; five c. 
Educ. in the State schools of Mississippi 
and under private tutors; e. m. 1876. Joined 
the Mississippi Conference, M. E. Ch. S. in 
Dec. 1877 ; pastor of several churches in 
Mississippi, Texas, California, and Georgia; 
Fraternal Del. to Canadian General Conference, 
1910 ; Member of Fourth Oecumenical Con 
ference ; Pres. of Methodist Benevolent Assoc., 
is now engaged in writing a new History of 
Methodism ; pastor of St. John s Church, 
Augusta, Ga. Publications : Symbol of 
Methodism ; Life of Bishop Asbury ; Life of 
Bishop Soule ; Gang of Six ; Life at its Best ; 
The men of Sapio Ranch, and many other 
volumes. Editor of Methodist Advocate, San 
Francisco, 1890-4 ; Epworth Era for 12 years. 
Address: Augusta, Ga., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

DUCKLES, Thomas Edward; b. Jan. 17, 
1843, at Escrick, Yorks ; m. Catherine Ash- 
croft, of Liverpool ; seven c. Local Preacher ; 
spent much of his life in S. Africa, where he 
was Member of Conference for 12 years ; Lay 
Treas. of Children s Fund for 10 years. Ad 
dress : 11 Goda Road, Littlehampton. W. 

DUCKWORTH, James, J.P.; b. 1840; s. of 
Ralph Duckworth; m. 1882, Ellen Matilda, 
d. of late Thomas Gully, Bristol. Educ. Pri 
vately. Alderman; J.P. for Rochdale; 
Chairman of J. Duckworth, Ltd., and Belfield, 
Ltd. ; Director of Boots, Ltd. ; Proprietor of 
Cheshire County News and Manchester 
Weekly Chronicle ; Mayor of Rochdale, 1891, 
1892, 1910, 1911 ; Del. of U.M.F.C. to Oecu 
menical Conference at Washington, 1891 ; Pres. 
of U.M.F.C. 1894 ; M.P. (R.) Middleton Div. 
Lanes, 1897-1900 ; M.P. for Stockport, 1905- 
10. Recreation : Travel ; has visited Cape of 
Good Hope, Australia, New Zealand, South 
Sea Islands, United States, France, Germany, 
Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, 
Egypt and the Holy Land, S. and E. Africa, 
W. Indian Islands, &c. Fellow of the Royal 
Geographical Society. Address: Castlefield, 
Rochdale. Club : National Liberal. U. 

DUDLEY, Rev. John; 6. July 9, 1856, at 
Wordsley, nr. Stourbridge ; s. of William 
Dudley ; m. 1st, Fanny Cooke, of Salop ; 2nd, 
Blanche Rose L- Pochon, of Vevey, Switzer 
land ; one s. three d. Educ. Wordsley Na 
tional schools ; Sunderland Coll. e. m. 1876. 
Recreation: Cycling. Address: Holly Bank, 
281 Blackburn Road, Bolton. P. 

DUERDEN, Rev. James Hartley ; b. 1874, at 

Colne, Lanes ; s. of Robert Duerden ; m . 
Lucy Annie, d. of John Garratt, of Plumstead, 
S.E. ; one s. one d. e. m. 1898. Supt. of 
Tana River Dist., E. Africa, 1902-6; Pres. 
of Camborne F.C.C. ; Sec. of West Cornwall 



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Federation of Free Churches. Address: 26 
Dolcoath Road, Camborne. U. 

DUFFILL, Rev. Frederick Read; b. Oct. 24, 

I860, at Pocklington, Yorks ; s. of Rev. 
Joshua Duffill ; m. Emily Tomlinson, of W. 
Norwood, S.E. ; one s. two d. Educ. Kings- 
wood School ; e. m. 1882. Minister in New 
foundland, 1882-92. Recreations : Fishing, 
boating, and swimming. Address: Round- 
thorne, Cheltenham Drive, Sale, Manchester. 
W. 

DUQDALE, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 4, 1852, at 
I^ancaster ; s. of John and Margaret Dugdale ; 
m. Margaret A. Heaps, of Ivamberhead Green ; 
three s. Educ. I+ancaster and Burton national 
schools; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1878. Health 
failed, 1881 ; I^ay-Dist. Evangelist one year 
under President s appointment, and re-entered 
ministry, 1883. Recreations : Angling and 
cycling. Address: Wesley Manse, Trinity, 
East Dereham. W. 

DUKE, Rev. John Arthur, B.A.; b. 1872, at 

Dublin ; s. of Robert Duke ; m. Evelyn, d. of 
F. Duke, of Cork ; twos. Educ. High School, 
Dublin; Methodist College, Belfast; e. m. 
1897. Address: 5 Montpelier Terrace, Cork, 
Ireland. W, 

DUMBARTON, Rev. Alfred, F.R.O.S. ; b. 1865 ; 

m. 1896 ; three d. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1889. Missionary in the Mysore 1889-1900, 
Including long period in Shimoga, where served 
on Municipal Council and was elected Rep. 
to Dussera Assembly. Publications : Ferin- 
ghi, Gipsy I,ife in the Mysore Jungle, and 
numerous Newspaper and Magazine Articles. 
Address: Wesley Villas, Castleford, Yorks. 
W. 

DUNKIN, Frederick Walter ; b. Dec. 12, 1853, 

at London ; s. of William Dunkin ; m. I/ouisa 
F. Howard, of King s Lynn. Educ. Home. 
General Printer. Trustee, Steward for 23 
years ; S.S. Teacher and Officer for 40 years ; 
Class-leader for 25 years; Member of Con- 
nexional Class-leaders Com. and of S.S. Com. 
of Oxford Dist. Address: Bridge St., Ban- 
bury, Oxon. W. 

DUNMAN, Rev. Sidney John Palmer ; b. Aug. 7, 

1843, at Bridgwater ; s. of Charles Dunman ; 
m. Esther Frances, d, of late Clement Heeley, 
of Birmingham ; two s. four d. Educ. 
Private schools ; Richmond Coll ; e. m. 1866. 
Financial Sec. of Devonport and Plymouth 
Dist. 1886-9 ; Cardiff and Swansea, 1890-2 ; 
Whitby and Darlington, 1896-8 ; E. Anglia, 
1907-10 ; one of the Editors of Wesley s 
Hymns with Tunes, 1877, and The Methodist 
S.S. Tune-book, 1881 ; composer of Tunes to 
The Foe Behind, and many other hymns ; has 
contributed tunes to Kaffir, Japanese, Portu 
guese, and Italian Tune-books. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Carlton Road, Worksop. W. 



DUNN, Robert Smith, F.S.A.A. ; b. March 29, 
1849, at Whitstable ; s. of James Dunn ; m. 
Hannah Day, of Faversham ; two d. Educ. 
Wright s School, Faversham. Incorporated 
Accountant. Circuit Steward; Rep. to 
Conference, 1910. Recreations : Photography 
and gardening. Address : 3 Albion Terrace, 
Faversham. W. 

DUNN, Rev. Walter Kaye, B.A. (Lond.) ; b, 

1867, at Fulham ; s. of Alphaeus and Sabina 
Dunn ; m. Annie Mitchell, of Bow ; one s. 
Educ. Grocers Co. School ; trained certificated 
Master of Borough Road Coll.; e. m. 1897. 
Since 1898 Head of Manor, the Bermondsey 
Mission of U.M.C. ; a Sub.-Sec. of Oecumenical 
Conference, 1901 ; Condon Sec. for the Historic 
Uniting Conference, 1907 ; Chairman of I/on- 
don District, 1910-11. Publications : Writer 
of weekly London Better in United Methodist ; 
Tracts, &c. Address : Manor Church House, 
S. Bermondsey. U. 

DUNN, Rev. Walter Thomas Denzelo; *. 

April 10, 1858, at London, Eng. ; s. of John 
and Elizabeth Dunn ; m. Mary Louisa, d. 
of Wm. Jno. and Elizabeth Scott ; one . 
one d. Educ. Public school and Tait s Acad., 
Consett, Co. of Durham ; Mount Allison 
Univ., Sackville, N.B. ; e. m. 1882. Pres. of 
Newfoundland Conference, 1902 ; Chairman 
of Twillingate Dist. Recreation : Outdoor 
photography. Address: Lewisporte, New 
foundland. C. 

DUNSTAN, Rev. Edward ; b. March 5, 1870, at 
Mabe, Falmouth ; s. of Henry Dunstan ; m. 
Annie Maude Swallow, of Low Fell, Gates- 
head; twos. Educ. Private school ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Ministerial life spent 
in Transvaal ; acting Chap, to Forces during 
Boer War. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
Westholme, Low Fell, Gateshead, Co. Dur 
ham. W. 

DURLEY, Thomas ; b. Aug. 20, 1836, at Bierton, 
Aylesbury ; s. of John Durley ; m. 1st, Jane, 
d. of Joseph Paulin, Lambourne, Berks ; 2nd, 
Ellen Matilda, d. of Rev. William Piggott. 
Educ. Westminster Coll. ; seven years Director 
of Istituto Internazionale, Padova, Italy ; for 
20 years Governor of Princess Alice Orphan 
age, New Oscott ; Class-leader, Local Preacher, 
Trustee, Circuit Steward, &c. j Rep. to Con 
ference, 1906. Publications: A Tangled 
Yarn; Almoners of the King; Lethaby of 
Moab, &c. Address: Shrublands, La ton 
Road, Hastings. W. 

DUTHIE, Rev. James Walker ; b. Oct. 5, 1865, 

at Aberdeen ; s. of James Duthie ; m. Mar 
garet, d. of John Rogers ; two s. Educ. 
Ramage s, Aberdeen ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1890. Missionary in India, 1890-1900. Re 
creation: Golf. Address: Woodleigh, My- 
tholmroyd, Yorks. W. 

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DUTTON, William; b. March 24, 1865, at 
Brindley Hall ; s. of Wm. Dutton ; m. I/ucy, 
d. of Thos. Dutton, of Ash House, Brindley ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Aldersey Grammar 
School, Bunbury. Farmer. Circuit Steward, 
Class-leader, S.S. Supt. ; has been S.S. Sec. 
for 24 years. Recreations : Tennis, cricket, 
and cycling. Address: Brindley Hall, 
Nantwich. W. 

DYMOND, George Pearse, M.A. (i,ond.); b. 

May 13, 1864, at Barnstaple, N. Devon ; e. s. 
of Rev. John Dymond, Knowle, Bristol ; m. 
Martha, d. of Thomas Grills ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Shebbear Coll. Head Master of Hoe 
Grammar School, Plymouth, since 1888. 
Ivocal Preacher since 1885 ; S.S. Supt. ; Pres. 
of S. Devon and E. Cornwall F.C. Federation, 
1901-2 ; Member of Examining Board, U.M.C. ; 
Vice-Chairman of Council of Private Schools 



Assoc. 1909 ; Member of Council, Teachers 
Guild; Pres. of Plymouth Institution, 1911-12; 
visited U.S.A. and Canada as Member of 
Mosely Commission of Teachers, 1906-7. 
Publications : Education In U.S.A. and 
Canada, and Magazine Articles. Recreations : 
Cricket, tennis, and swimming. Address : 
6 and 7, l^ockyer St., Plymouth. U. 

DYSON, John Henry, F.C.I.S., ASSOC. Roy. San. 

Inst. ; b. Dec. 15, 1858, at Crigglestone ; s. of 
William Dyson ; m. 1884, Alice Stuart Terry, 
of Dewsbury ; two d. Educ. Dickson 3 
private school, Dewsbury. I^ate Clerk to 
Thornhill Urban Dist. Council and other public 
appointments (now retired). Guardian of the 
Poor, County Councillor, &c. ; I^ocal Preacher, 
S.S. Supt. Del. to the first Conference. 
Address : Hardy Mount, Thornhill, nr. Dews- 
bury, Yorks. U. 



EAMER, Theophilus Charles ; b. July 4, 1854, 

at Deptford, Kent ; s. of James and Catherine 
Sarah Earner ; m. Anniss Ann, d. of George 
and Anniss Ginn ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Private school. Circuit Steward, Class-leader, 
Vice-Pres. of Men s Brotherhood; Rep. to 
Conference; has held many church offices. 
Recreations : Cricket and chess. Address : 
Elmstead, Mayow Road, Forest Hill, S.E. W. 

EARLY, Charles, J.P.; b. Dec. 29, 1824, at 
Newland, Witney ; s. of John Early ; m. 
Sarah Vanner, of I^ondon ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Oxford. Blanket Manufacturer. J.P. 
for Oxon. I^ocal Preacher and Class-leader. 
Address: Newland, Witney. W. 

EARLY, Charles William, J.P. ; b. NOV. 6, 1850, 

at Witney ; s. of Charles Early, J.P. ; tn. 
Miss Dolton, of Newbury ; two d. Educ. 
City of I/>ndon School. Blanket Manufac 
turer. J.P. for Oxon. Class-leader and 
I,ocal Preacher ; Pres. of Men s Bible-class 
since 1888. Address: Woodlands, Witney. 
W. 

EARLY, James Harold ; b. June 23, 1881, at 
Witney ; s. of James Vanner Early ; m. 1907, 
Alice Kate, e. d. of Rev. J. A. Elliott, of 
Faizabad; twos. Educ. Rydal Mount School. 
Blanket Manufacturer. Address: West End, 
Witney. W. 

EARLY, James Vanner ; b. Oct. 24, 1853, at 

Witney; s. of Charles Early ; m. Annie little- 
wood Cole, of Sheffield ; four s. one d. Educ. 
City of lyondon School. Blanket Manufac 
turer. Ix>cal Preacher ; S.S. Supt. ; Class- 
leader, &c. Address: Springfield, Witney. 

EAST, Rev. James T. ; b. Jan. 28, I860, at 
Kettering ; tn. Mary, d. of Ebenezer Taylor, 
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Kettering. Educ. Privately; . m. 1886. 
Contributor to Magazines. Address: Gnoll 
Park Road, Neath. W. 

EATON, Rev. John Frederick ; b. Aug. 10, 1865, 

at Stamford ; s. of Rev. John Eaton ; m. 
Katherine Jones, of Pwllheli, formerly Sister 
in S. Wales Mission. Educ. Monmouth Gram 
mar school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Ad 
dress : Wesley Villa, Castle Cary, Somerset. W. 

EAYRS, Rev. George, F.R.Hist.S. ; b. 1864, at 
I^eicester ; s. of Warren Eayrs ; tn. Clara 
Wagg Smithurst, of Harrogate ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Humberstone Rd. School and St. Mar 
tin s Coll., Leicester ; Manchester and I,eeds 
Colls., Victoria Univ. ; elected Fell. R. Hist. S.; 
e. m. 1887. Pres. of I^eeds and Dist. Federa 
tion of F.C.C. 1907, Member of National 
Council Com. since 1901. Publications : A Son 
of Iseachar, Times of Wesley and Kilham ; 
Alfred to Victoria, Historical Studies; Our 
Founders, United Methodist Church ; History 
of Batley U.M. Churches ; Wesley and Kings- 
wood and its Free Churches ; Proposed, and 
was Joint-Editor of A New History of Metho 
dism ; Co-Editor of Free Methodist. Recrea 
tions : Historical study, Art. Address : Danes 
I,ea, 21 Victoria Road, Cotham, Bristol. U. 

EBERHART, Rev. Benjamin F. ; b. June 28, 
1863, at New Pittsburg, Ohio; s. of Daniel 
and Rachel Eberhart ; m. 1901, Mary E. 
Shea, of Benkelman, Nebraska. Educ. Ohio 
Normal Univ., Ada, Ohio; admitted to Bar 
and was County Attorney, Dundy Co., Ne 
braska, two terms; e. m. 1901. Sec. of W. 
Nebraska Conference since 1907 ; Teacher in 
public and graded schools for 14 years. 
Recreations : Pastoral visiting, gardening, and 
tennis. Address: Beaver City, Nebraska. 
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ECKMAN 

ECKMAN, Rev. George P. M.A., B.D., Ph.D., 

D.D.; b. Jan. 8, 1860, at Gouldsboro, Pa., 
U.S.A. ; s. of John G. Eckman and Margaret 
Stile ; m. May Townley, of South Orange, 
N.J., U.S.A. ; one d. Educ. Wyoming 
Seminary ; Drew Theol. Seminary ; Wes. 
Univ., Connecticut U.S.A. ; e. m. 1886. Mem 
ber of Board of Foreign Missions, M.E. Ch. ; 
for 15 years pastor of St. Paul s M.E. Ch., 
N.Y. City ; Member of Gen. Conference, 
M.E. Ch., 1904 and 1908, and of Oecumenical 
Conference, Toronto, 1911. Publications: 
Studies in Gospel of John, 2 vols. ; The Young 
Man With a Program ; Passion Week Ser 
mons, &c. Address : 650 West End 
Avenue, New York City. M.E. Ch. 

ECOB, Rev. John T. ; b. Nov. 9, 1862, at Derby ; 
m. Mehetabel, d. of W. Chapman ; five c. 
Stud, at Hartley Coll. and Owens Coll., Man 
chester; e. m. 1882. Contributor to News 
papers and Magazines. Address: 23 St. 
John s Avenue E., Bridlington. P. 

EDGAR, Harold ; b. June 19, 1855, at Man- 
Chester ; m. Kate Thorns, of Nottingham ; 
one s. one d. Hosiery Manufacturer. Circuit 
Steward for 11 years; Rep. to Conference, 
1904. Recreations : literary and social work. 
Address : Burton Road, Carlton, Nottingham. 
W. 

EDGE, Rev. Herbert Gorton ; b. May 4, 1867, at 

Boothstown, nr. Manchester ; s. of William 
Morris Edge ; nt. I,aura Annette Hibbert, of 
Liverpool ; one s. Educ. Boothstown National 
school ; Astley Grammar school ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1889. Publications : Sermons in 
Christian World Pulpit and Outlines in 
Preacher s Magazine. Recreation: Cycling. 
Address: Sydney House, Bell Road, Houns- 
kw, W. W. 

EDGE, John Wilcox, J.P. ; b. 1844 ; s. of late 
Joseph Edge, J.P., of Horton, Wolstanton, 
Staffs ; m. 1877, Annie, d. of late S. Edge, 
Newcastle, Staffs. Educ. Wes. day school, 
Burslem, and privately. J.P. county of 
Stafford (1883) C.A. (1889) Staffs ; Mayor of 
Burslem 1888, 1889 ; Alderman and J.P. of 
County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent, 1910 ; 
Chairman of Sneyd Collieries Co., I,td., and 
Director of the Staffs Potteries Water-works 
Co. Publications: Burslem Fifty Years Ago, 
and occasional papers. Recreation : Travel. 
Address : Huntly, Wolstanton, Staffs. Clubs : 
County Club, Stafford, and National liberal. 
W. 

EDGE, Walter ; b. Dec. 22, 1851, at Ecctes, nr. 
Manchester ; s. of Thomas Edge ; m. Martha 
Ann Thompson, of Colton, I^eeds ; one s. 
Educ. Hurst British School. Gents Outfitter. 
Church Sec. for nearly 30 years; Circuit 
Treas. ; Del. to M.N.C. Conference, and also to 
Uniting Conference in City Road Chapel, 1907 
Member of Connexional Young People s Com 



EDWARDS 



for 20 years ; Member of Chapel and Home 
Missionary Com.; Member of Executive of 
Bradford F.C.C. ; Member of Executive of 
Bradford City Mission. Address: 42 Horton 
Road, Bradford. U. 

EDWARDS, Rev. Ebenezer ; b. March 12, 1859, 

at Northiam ; s. of John Edwards, Northiam, 
Sussex ; m. Mildred, d. of Charles Golden, of 
Ticehurst; one s. one d. Educ. Privately; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. nt. 1882. Missionary in 
Bahamas, 1883-91. Address: Dane Tree 
House, Victoria Street, Stourbridge. W. 

EDWARDS, E. Lloyd J b. 1861, at laanfyllin; 
s. of David and Margaret Edwards, of Wan- 
fyllin ; w. E. M. Humphreys, of I^lanfair, 
Welshpool ; five c. Educ. Morley House 
School, Uanfyllin; Grove Park School, 
Wrexham. Mayor of I y lanfyllin, 1903 ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1906. Address: Cambrian 
House, I4anfair, Welshpool. W. 

EDWARDS, Rev. Edward Stanley ; b. April 15, 

1872, at Accrington ; s. of Rev. Edward R. 
Edwards; m. Kathleen Sawday, of Mysore 
City ; one d. Educ. Kingswood School ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1895. Recreation: 
Photography. Address: Mysore City. W. 

EDWARDS, Rev. Frank, A.C.P. ; b. at Hoiyweii, 
N. Wales; s. of Edward and Elizabeth 
Edwards; m. Muriel Emclie, d. of S. J. P. 
Sowden, of Bloemfontein, S.A. ; one s. 
oned. Educ. Chester Coll.; Univ. of Wales ; 
Richmond Wes. Coll.; e. m. 1895. Was 
specially appointed as Chaplain with the 
forces in the South African War, received 
medal with clasps. Recreations: Golf, &c. 
Address: 27 Westcott St., Hull. W. 

EDWARDS, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 11, 1852, at 
Toddington, Beds; s. of James Edwards; 
m. F. G. Brown, of Heath ; four c. Educ. 
Primary school ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1878. Senior Tutor in Homiletics for U.B.H.S. 
Publications : Nineteenth Century Preachers ; 
A Primer of Homiletics ; The Art of Illustra 
tion Illustrated. Recreations : Reading and 
walking. Address: 14 Waterloo Road, Not 
tingham. W. 

EDWARDS, Rev. John Bicknor ; b. Oct. 12, 

1864, at English Bicknor, Glos ; 2nd s. of 
John and Ellen Edwards ; m. Mary Elizabeth, 
3rd d. of William Tweedale Heap, of Roch 
dale. Educ. Monmouth Grammar School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Recreations : 
Cycling and gardening. Address : Maycroft, 
Ramsey, Isle of Man. W. 
EDWARDS, Joseph, J.P. ; b. June 6, 1861, at 
Holywell; s. of James Edwards; m. Annie 
Gresty, of Pen y Bryn Farm, Holywell; one s. 
Educ. Mr. Cole s Grammar School. Retired 
Grocer. Circuit Steward, S.S. Supt. Trustee, 
and Church Treas. ; Chairman of liberal 
Club and Association, and Bagillt Branch of 

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ELLIS 



Bible Society, and Treas. of F.C.C. from 
commencement. Address: Gwynfryn, Holy- 
well, Flintshire. W. 

EGGLESTON, John Waterhouse ; b. July 7, 
1847, at Hobart, Tas. ; s. of Rev. John 
and Eliza Eggleston (nie Moulton), who went 
out from Newark to Australia in 1838 and was 
one of the pioneers of Methodism in Aus 
tralasia ; m. 1st, Emily Overend, of Bruns 
wick, Melbourne (three s.) ; 2nd, Ada Emily 
Rothwell Eggleston (nie Crouch). Educ. 
Horton Coll., Ross, Tas. Barrister and 
Solicitor. For many years lay Rep. to 
Conference ; since 1897 always a Del. from 
Annual Conference of Victoria to General Con 
ference of Meth. Church of Australasia, as 
Rep. from that Conference ; addressed British 
Conference, 1908. Publications : Music : 
Four Anthems, sold by Novello, one having 
had a circulation of more than 35,000 ; Part- 
songs, Songs, &c. Recreations : Music, 
photography, and bowls. Address: (Business) 
Bank Place, Melbourne, Eggleston & Eggle 
ston; (Private) Kooyong Road, Armadale, 
Melbourne. A. 

ELAND, Rev. Richard James ; b. July s, 1853, 

at Daventry ; s. of Rev. Richard Eland ; m. 
Annie H. Whimster, of Perth ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Stourbridge Grammar School, &c. ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. nt. 1874. Publications : 
Possessing for Others ; Various discourses ; 
Articles in Experience, Preachers, and Wes. 
Meth. Mag., &c. Recreation : Cycling. Ad 
dress : Chatteris, Cambs. W. 

ELLENBERGER, Paul Henry, B.A. (Lond.) ; b. 
Aug. 25, 1868, at London ; s. of Samuel Henry 
Ellenberger ; m. Cecilia Rollhans, of Havre; 
one s. two d. Educ. Islington Science and 
Art School ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. nt. 1896. 
Address: St. Peters-in- the- Wood, Guernsey. 
W. 

ELLIOTT, Rev. Alexander E., B.A. ; b. Feb. 7, 

1879, at Millbrook, Ont., Canada ; s. of John 
Charles and Jane Elliott; m. Mabel M. 
Johnston, of Kolapore, Ont. ; one s. Educ. 
Peterborough Collegiate Inst. and Victoria 
Univ., Toronio ; e. m. 1906. Recreations : 
Driving and gardening. Address: Grand 
Coulee, Sask, Canada. C. 

ELLIOTT, Rev. Michael James ; b. Oct. 28, 1852, 

at Carlisle; s. of John and Elizabeth Athey 
Elliott, late of Consett, Durham ; m. Georgiana 
Elizabeth, d. of Edward Barnett, of Pelsall 
House, Pelsall, .Staffs ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Shotley Grove School and Wolsingham Wes., 
co. Durham; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1879. 
Missionary in W. Africa, 1879-86 ; London, 
A.C.F. 1886-7 ; Alexandria, Egypt, A.C.F. 
and Italian work, 1892-6 ; Boulogne-sur-Mer, 
France, 1901-2 ; Life Member of the Philo 
logical Soc. ; Fellow of Templar Inst. ; Member 
of Executive of Peace Soc. ; Member of Native 
til 



Races and Drink Traffic United Com. ; and of 
the Com. of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines 
Protection Soc. ; Past Grand Chap. (England) 
of the International Order of Good Templars. 
Publications : Pamphlets, Sermons, and Mag. 
Arts, on Foreign Missions , International Peace, 
Temperance, &c., including the Redemption 
of Interior Africa ; A Plea for European 
Missions and for Egypt ; War and Christian 
Missions ; Strong Drink and Foreign Mission 
Work ; Mohammed or Christ for Africa ? ; 
Homicidal Anarchy, its Cause and its Cure ; 
How to utilize the Forces of Organized Chris 
tianity in the Cause of Peace, &c. Recrea 
tions : Change of work and travel. Address: 
St. Abbs, Berkhamsted, Herts. W. 

ELLIOTT, Rev. Robert John ; b. Dec. 25, 1849, 

at Georgetown, Ont., Canada; *. of Rev. 
John and Mary Jane Elliott; m. Sarah E., 
2nd d. of Judah Lundy, Esq., of Sharon, 
Ont. ; four s. Educ. Collegiate Insts. of 
Lindsay and Peterboro ; took theology 
privately of Rev. Wm. McClure, M.A., of 
Toronto, Canada ; e. m. 1870. Sec. and 
Pres. of Hamilton Conference, Chairman of 
Dist. several times; three times Del. to 
General Conference ; for eight years Member 
of the S.S. and Epworth League Board ; 
for four years Member of the Mission Board ; 
Del. to the 1st World s S.S. Convention, St. 
Louis, U.S.A. ; for years Member of Exec, of 
Ont. S.S. Assoc. Address: Drumville, Ontario, 
Canada. C. 

ELLIOTT, Rev. Robert John, B.A. ; b. Sept., 

1873, at Springfield, Co. Fermanagh ; $. of 
Rev. James Elliott, Meth. Minister; m. Isa- 
belle M., d. of George Hadden, J.P., of Wex- 
ford; two s. one d. Educ. Wesley Coll., 
Dublin ; Royal Univ. ; e. m. 1897. Address : 
Perry Street, Dungannon, Ireland. W, 

ELLIOTT, Rev. Wm., B.A. ; b. Oct. 10, 1855, at 
Peterboro, Ontario, Canada ; *. of Thomas 
Elliott and Martha Wright; m. H. Maria 
Robinson, of Killarney, Man. ; two s. Educ. 
Peterboro Collegiate Inst. ; Victoria Univ., 
Cobourg, Ont. ; Victoria Coll., now Theol. 
Seminary, Toronto ; e. m. 1880. Gold 
Medallist in Metaphysics and Valedictorian, 
Victoria Coll., 1884. Home Missionary, Man., 
1885-9; Missionary to Japan, 1889-97; 
home work again, Man., five years; self- 
supporting Missionary (Normal Coll.), Japan, 
1902-9. Recreations : Tennis and croquet. 
Address: 737-14-E., Vancouver, British 
Columbia, Canada. C. 

ELLIS, Rev. Ernest Sayer ; b. July so, isn, at 

Windsor ; s. of late H. W. Ellis and M. A. 
Sayer; m. Jessie Foote Inglis, of Glasgow. 
Educ. St. Mark s Middle School, Windsor; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Address: 16 
Brantwood Road, Luton. W. 



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ELLIS, Rev. James John, M.SC. (Victoria Univ.), 

B.D., F.I.C. ; b. Sept. 19, 1883, at Attleboro ; 
s. of Rev. James Ellis. Educ. Leeds Central 
High School ; Univ. Leeds and Manchester ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1907. C.H.S. gold med. 
for Athletics (1900) ; Honours London Matric. 
1900 ; W.R. and Univ. Scholarship ; B.Sc. 
Hons. (II.), Victoria Univ., 1903. Recrea 
tions : Tennis and football. Address : Wesley 
College, Madras, S.W. India. W. 

ELLIS, Peter ; b. 1840, at Gronant, Flints ; s. 
of Hugh and Anne Ellis ; m. Frances Thomas, 
of Ruthin ; one d. Educ. Llanasa. Plate 
layer and Grocer. Trustee, Class-leader, 
Poor Steward, and Circuit Stewart ; Local 
Manager of the Council School ; S.S. Teacher 
for over 50 years. Address: Station House, 
Prestatyn, Flints. W. 

ELLIS, Rev. Robert Arthur ; ft. Feb. 11, 1873, 

at Mistley, Essex ; s. of Robert Powley Ellis, 
M.V.O. ; m. Mary Gardner, M.B., Ch.B., of 
Glasgow ; one s. two d. Educ. King Edward 
VI. s School, Norwich ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1897. Mission work in Mysore, S. India, 1898- 
1904. Address: The Manse, Triangle, Hali 
fax. W. 

ELLIS, Samuel Albert Edward ; b. NOV. 9, 1864, 

at Gateshead-on-Tyne ; s. of Alderman Geo. 
Ellis, of Gateshead ; m. Barbara Ellen, d. of 
Thos. Liddell, of Newcastle: two s. two d. 
Educ. Public school, Gateshead. Merchant. 
Class-leader ; S.S. Teacher ; Organist and 
Choir-master ; Member of Dist. and S.S. 
Corns. ; Treas. of Dist. C.E. Council ; once 
Del. to Conference. Address: 14 Bal 
moral Terrace, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
P. 

ELLIS, Rev. Thomas Pearson ; b. May 11, 1869, 

at Gateshead-on-Tyne ; s. of Alderman George 
Ellis, of Gateshead-on-Tyne ; m. Hannah, d. 
of Thomas Thompson, of Brayton, Cumber 
land ; one d. Educ. Gateshead Council 
School; Rutherford Coll., Newcastle; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1895. Address : 
Moor View, Haltwhistle. P. 

ELLIS, Rev. William F. ; b. Nov. 26, 1852, at 
Penzance; s. of William F. Ellis; m. Susan 
J. Reed, of Falmouth ; one d. Educ. Abbey 
Place School, Penzance ; Shebbear Coll., N. 
Devon ; e. m. 1878. Chairman of Bradford 
Dist. 1900-4 ; Financial Sec. of W. Cornwall 
Dist. 1907-9; Pres. of W. Cornwall F.C. 
Federation, 1908. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address : Creweslee House, Callington, Corn 
wall. U. 

EL80IYI, Rev. Isaac; b. June 13, 1852, at 
Spalding; s. of Isaac Elsom, of Spalding, 
Lincolnshire ; m. Eveline Smithies, of Batter- 
sea Park, London ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Spalding British School ; e.m. 1872. Address: 
262 Barking Road, East Ham, E. U. 



ELSWORTH, Rev. John ; b. Aug. 30, 1858, at 
Shipley, Yorks; s. of Henry Elsworth and 
Elizabeth Dillon-White; m. Annie, d. of 
Alderman Woodcock, J.P., Mayor of Barnsley. 
Educ. Horsforth Wes. School; Westminster 
Training Coll. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1885. 
Formerly Head Master of Castlefields Wes. 
School, Bingley, and of Harden Board School, 
Bingley ; Conference Sec. of Wes. Deaconess 
Order, 1902-7 ; Organizing Sec. of Twentieth 
Century Fund for Hull Dist. 1898-1902; 
Financial Sec. of Sheffield (1897), Hull (101- 
1904), Leeds (1905-6), and Scotland (1908-9) 
Dists. ; Conference Convener of Scrutineers, 
1905 ; Assist. Journal Sec. of Conference, 
1906-9; Elected Conference Assist. Sec. 
(Record Sec.), 1909 ; Member of Connexional 
S.S., Class-leaders and Meth. Law Corns. ; 
Elected Rep. to Oecumenical Conference at 
Toronto, 1911 ; Theological Inst. Examiner 
in Homiletics, Methodist History and Polity, 
Headingley (1906-9), Didsbury (1910-12). 
Publications: Morning Lesson Ou times in 
Methodist Sunday School Notes, 1910, 1911, 
1912 ; Studies in Class-leader s Companion, 
1906-11 ; Historical Articles in Wesleyan 
Methodist Magazine, &c. Recreations : Walking 
and Methodist antiquarian research. A ddress : 
16 St. Catherine s Place, Edinburgh. W. 

ELTON, Rev. Frederick ; b. Sept. 2, 1846, at 
Altrincham ; s. of Rev. William Elton ; m. 
Emily Sarah, d. of Rev. Daniel Sanderson ; 
three s. six d. Educ. Kingswood and Taunton 
Coll ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Minister 
in S. Africa and France, 1872-9. Address : 
Earlsmead, Boston Road, Brentford, London, 
W. W. 

EMMERSON, Henry; b. Oct. 10, 1852, at 
1 Misterton, Notts ; in. Martha, d. of John 
Baker, of Gar forth j six s. three d. Educ. 
Walkeringham day school. Inspector for Pru 
dential Assur. Co., Ltd. Circuit Steward; 
Pres. of L.P.M.A.A. in 1900; Rep. to 
Conference seven times. Recreation : Golf. 
Address: Brook House, Solihull, Warwick 
shire. W. 

EMMOTT, James ; ft. Sept. 13, 1842, at Nelson. 
Educ. day school. Relieving officer. Trustee ; 
has been Circuit Steward, S.S. Supt., Sec. and 
Pres. of Nelson F.C.C. ; Rep. to Conference 
1889 and 1907. Address : Ethandune, Nelson, 
Lanes. U. 

ENGLEBURTT, Daniel Welch ; b. Oct. 15, i860, 
at Dalston, Middlesex; s. of Thomas and 
Frances N. Engleburtt ; m. 1885, Sarah Emily 
Willans, of Batley, Yorks ; one 5. one d. 
Educ. Lonsdale House, Clapton ; Fairfield 
House, Croydon. Local Preacher, Class-leader, 
Ex-Circuit Steward, &c. ; Rep. of L.P.M.A. 
to Local Preachers Assoc. Conference in Natal, 
South Africa, 1905. Recreation : Photography. 
Address: Westholme, Heathhurst Road, 
Sanderstead, Surrey. W. 



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ESLICK, Rev. Elisha Robert ; b. Aug. so, 1852, 

at Maesteg, Glamorganshire ; s. of Elisha 
and Susan Acford Eslick ; nt. Amelia M., y. d. 
of John Silcox, of Bristol; two s. three d. 
Educ. King s Square Commercial Coll. , Bristol ; 
e. m. 1875. Supt. of English Circuit in 
Bangalore, S. India, 1878-85. Address: 22 
I^andguard Road, Southampton. W. 

ETCH ELLS, Rev. James ; b. Feb. 18, 1847, at 

Carlisle; s. of John and Catherine Dunbar 
Etchells; m. Ellen Hutchins, of I<ambourne, 
Berks ; two s. Educ. Fawcett s, Carlisle ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Has been 
Member of School Board and Pres. of I^ocal 
F.C.C. Address: Porthcawl, Bridgend. W. 

ETCHELLS, William; b. April 5, 1842, at 
Carlisle. Educ. Elementary schools, Carlisle. 
I/>cal Preacher for 51 years; Class-leader, 
Trustee, &c. Address : 1 Fisher St., Carlisle. 
W. 

EVANS, Rev. D.Tecwyn, B.A. (Wales) ; b. Dec. 5, 

1876, at IJandecwyn, Merioneth ; s. of Evan 
Evans ; m. Nana Stirrup, of I v langefni. 
Educ. Talsarnau Board School ; Univ. Coll. of 
N. Wales, Bangor ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. nt. 
1902. First Welsh Wesleyan Minister to ob 
tain a Degree at a University ; Graduated with 
Second-Class Honours in English language 
and literature in Univ. of Wales. Publica- 
tions : Welsh Commentary on II. Cor. ; The 
Welsh language : Its Orthography and Syn 
tax ; Essays on Welsh Language and Classics ; 
Various Essays in Welsh Denominational and 
National Periodicals ; literary Critic to Welsh 
Wes. weekly paper, New Watchman. Recrea 
tions : Preaching and walking. Address : I4ys 
Myfyr, I<lanrwst, Denbighshire, N. Wales. W. 

EVANS, Rev. E. Albert ; b. Feb. i, 1858, at 
Cowbridge ; s. of Rev. David Evans ; tn. to 
Alice S. Jones, of Aberystwyth ; four s. three d. 
Educ. Kingswood School; I^ampeter and 
Cowbridge Grammar Schools; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Founded and edited for 
four years The Glamorgan and South Wales 
Methodist. Address: 57 Bond St., I^eigh, 
W. 



EVANS, Frank ; b. June 17, 1857, at Walsall; 
s. of John Evans, River Plate Works, Walsall ; 
m. Ixmisa, only d. of J. H. Poole ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Walsall Grammar School. Ex Bit 
Manufacturer. Circuit Steward ; Treas. of 
Trust; Vice-Pres. I,.P. Mutual Aid I^ocal 
Branch; Class-leader for 27 years; I/>cal 
Preacher for 33 years ; Treas. to S.S. Clothing 
Club for 20 years ; I^ocal Preachers Sec. for 
11 years. Recreations : Cricket and boating. 
Address : I^yndhurst, Westbourne Road, 
Walsall. W. 

EVANS, Rev. Henry, D.D. ; b. June 22, 1837 ; 

*. of William Evans ; m. Henrietta, d. of Rev. 
E. M. Banks ; three s. four d. ; e. m. 1859. 
Was Financial Sec and Chairman of Dist. 
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Synod several years; was a foundation 
Governor of the Meth. Coll., Belfast; origin 
ated the Board of Trustees for Connexional 
Donations and Bequests, and was Sec. thereof 
for many years ; founded the Irish Meth. 
Publishing Co., and edited the Christian 
Advocate for five years; was Delegate to 
Oecumenical Conference, Washington, 1891 ; 
is ex-officio member of the Irish Conference, 
and of the General Com. of Management ; 
Examiner of Ministerial Probationers in Intro 
duction, and New Testament Greek ; is a 
Member of the Irish Council of the Evangelical 
Alliance, and of the I/ondon Council ; was 
Examiner for Board of Intermediate Educa 
tion in Ireland for a number of years ; has 
been one of H.M. Commissioners of National 
Education since 1890 ; and is Departmental 
Commissioner of Income Tax for the National 
Board ; was a member of the Commission on 
Manual and Practical Instruction, 1897 ; is a 
Rep. of Board of National Education on the 
Board of Technical Instruction for Ireland; 
represented the Board of National Education 
at the British Association in Dublin, 1908, and 
on the nomination of the Commissioners was 
elected Vice-Pres. of the Education Section. 
Publications : Articles in Bible Readers 
Manual on English Versions of the Bible, 
Archaic and Obsolete Words and Phrases in 
the A.V., Biblical Antiquities, Customs, &c. ; 
art. in I^ondou Quarterly Review (Jan. 1885) 
on the New Oxford Dictionary ; Editions of 
English Classics for Training Colls, and Inter 
mediate Schools ; Editorial Work on the 
Standard Dictionary, and numerous contri 
butions to magazines and newspapers. Ad 
dress : St. Helens, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. W. 

EVANS, Rev. Hugh J b. Dec. 16, 1866, at Am- 
Iwch, Anglesey ; s. of Hugh Evans ; m. Jane 
Emily, d. of R. G. Williams, Higher Tranmere, 
Birkenhead ; two s. four d. Educ. Elementary 
and Grammar schools ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1891. Bardic degree conferred Rhyl National 
Eisteddfod, 1904 bardic name Cyufor ; 
Assist. Sec. Welsh Assembly, 1909 ; Sec. Welsh 
Assembly, 1911 ; Dist. Temperance Sec. Re 
creations: Walking and cycling. Address: Bod 
Awen, Mold. W. 

EVANS, Rev. William Owen ; b. March 16, 1864, 

atlylanfaircaereimon, Mont ; s. of Rev. William 
Hugh Evans ; m. Maggie I^ouisa Roberts, of 
I,lanrwst ; one s. one d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove School ; Grammar School, I,lanrwst ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e.m.1887. Edited Y Winllan 
for six years ; Pres. of N. Wales Fed. of 
F.C. 1906. Publications : Memorial Volume 
of Rev. D. O. Jones, 1904; Many Arts, in 
Welsh denominational Magazines ; Biography 
of Rev. W. H. Evans (his father), 1910. 
Address : 53 Berkeley Street, Liverpool. W. 

EVES, Rev. Edward; b. June 28, 1873, at 
Gateshead ; s. of Edward Eves and Margaret 



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Gilchrist ; m. Margaret B. Holmes, of Gates- 
head ; one d. e, m. 1897. Address : Tre- 
lawny, Helston, Cornwall. U. 



EYRE, Wright Henry; b. 1834, at 

Derbyshire; s. of Joseph Eyre; m. 1st, 
Elizabeth Revill (one d.) ; 2nd, Fanny Eliza 



beth, d. of the late James Colmer, Bath (two s.). 
Educ. Mr. Thomas Roscoe s School, Heanor, 
Derbyshire. Wholesale Stationer, &c. Senior 
Circuit Steward ; I,ocal Preacher ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1880, 1909. Recreations : Reading 
and walking. Address : 24 Durdham Park, 
Bristol. W. 



PAID, Robert; &. NOV. 27, 1867, at South 

Shields, Durham ; s. of John Faid, H.M. Cus 
toms ; m. Mary Margaret Beck, of Greenock ; 
three c. Ix>cal Preacher, Society Steward, 
C.E. Pres. ; Treas. of N.B. Dist. Furnishing 
Fund. Address: Marsden, 51 South St., 
Greenock. P. 
FAIRBOURN, Rev Joshua M. ; b. April 9, 1851, 

at Newbury ; s. of Rev. Jas. P. Fairbourn ; 
m. I,. Emily, d. of S. Schofield, Higher Bent- 
cliffe, Eccles ; two s. two d. Educ. Wood- 
house Grove School ; Headingley Coll ; e. m. 
1872. Address: Tooting Villa, Granville 
Street, Aylesbury. W. 

FAIRCLOUQH, Rev. Paul Wynyard, F.R.A.S. ; 

b. April 28, 1852, at Nuriootpa, S.A. ; s. of 
John and Sarah Fairclough ; m. Margaret 
R. Aiken, of Canterbury, N.Z.; three s. one d. 
Educ. Newington Coll., Sydney; e. m. 1874. 
Pres. of New Zealand Conference, 1896 ; 
Chairman of Dist., 1898-1911 ; Connexional 
Editor, 1892-8 ; lecturer on Scientific and 
Historical subjects. Contributor to Press on 
Scientific and Patriotic topics. Address: 
Dunedin, New Zealand. A. 

FAIRWEATHER, Alexander David ; b. Jan. 27, 

1865, at Padiham, I^ancs ; s. of Joseph 
Fairweather, native of Montrose, and Mary 
Hudson, of Padiham ; m. Susan Elizabeth 
Hayes, of Twiston, nr. Clitheroe ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Padiham, Barlow Moor, and 
Clitheroe Wes. day schools. Plumber and 
Decorator. Circuit Steward ; Class-leader ; 
lyOcal Preacher ; Rep. to Conference, 1910 ; 
Treas. to the I^ocal Branch of F.C.C. and 
L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. Address: Colborne 
House, Clitheroe. W. 

FARMER, Joseph Henry ; b. 1850, at Notting 
ham ; *. of Joseph Farmer, I,ace Manufacturer, 
Nottingham ; m. d. of E. Morley ; three c. 
Educ. at Nottingham. Solicitor (Honours) ; 
Town Clerk of Bootle since 1883 ; also Cor- 
poration Solicitor, Clerk to Education Com., 
Clerk to Pension Com., and Prosecuting 
Solicitor. Class-leader, Vice-Pres. of Men s 
Brotherhood, Trustees Treas., &c. ; has been 
Circtrt Steward and Rep. to Conference. Con 
tributor of Articles on municipal and other 
public questions. Address: Ellerslie, Breeze 
Hill, Bootle. W. 



FARNDALE, Rev. William Edward ; b. 1881, at 

York. Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 
1904. Address: 19 Woodstock St., Old- 
ham. P. 

FARQUHAR, George; b. Dec. 2, 1863, at 
Bristol; m. Maria, y. d. of James Farquhar, 
Glasgow ; one s. one d. Journalist ; for four 
years Vice-Pres. of Inst. of Journalists. 
Class-leader for many years, and holds other 
offices in Scottish Methodism, including 
Treasurership of Paisley Mission ; four times 
Rep. to Conference. Recreations : Music and 
golf. Address: 28 Keir St., Pollokshields, 
Glasgow. W. 

FARR, Charles E. ; b. Sept. 14, 1879, at Weston ; 
s. of Albert Hart and I<ouisa Farr. Educ. 
Private schools. Farmer. Circuit Steward. 
Address : The Old Farm, Weston, Stevenage, 
Herts. W. 

FARR, William Edward ; b. Oct. so, 1872, at 

Weston, Herts ; s. of Albert Hart and Louisa 
Farr. Educ. Mead House School, Biggies- 
wade, and The Woodland, Hitchin. Solicitor. 
Circuit Steward ; Member of Executive of 
National liberal Federation ; Hon. Sec. 
lyeeds liberal Federation ; Member of I<eed3 
and County liberal Club and National liberal 
Club ; Member of I^eeds F.C.C. and I,eed3 
Meth. Council. Recreations : Golf and travel. 
Address: 28 East Parade, Almadene, 
Headingley. W. 

FAULKNER, Rev. John Alfred, B.A., B.D., 

D.D. ; b. July 14, 1857, at Grand Pr, Nova 
Scotia ; s. of John H,. and Elizabeth (Arm 
strong) Faulkner ; m. Helen, d. of Gideon 
Underwood, M.D., of Pittston, Pa. ; two s. one 
d. Educ. Acacia Villa School, Horton Acad. ; 
Acadia Coll., N.S. ; Drew Theol. Seminary, 
Madison, N.J., and post-grad, courses at 
Andover Theol. Seminary and Univs. of 
Leipzig and Bonn ; e. m. 1883. Elected 
Prof, of Historical Theology in Drew Theol. 
Seminary, 1897. Publications : The Hurst 
History of the Christian Church (large parts), 
2 vols., 1897, 1900 ; The Methodists (Story of 
the Churches series), 1903 ; Cyprian (Men of 
the Kingdom series), 1906 ; Erasmus (same 
series), 1908 ; Articles in Encyclopaedias and 
Theol. Reviews. Recreation : Walking. Ad* 
dress: Madison, New Jersey. M.E. Ch. 

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FAULL, Rev. Henry; b. 1854, at St. ives, 

Cornwall ; s. of Henry and Mary Faull ; m. 
I,ily Glover Mann, of Sheffield ; one s. two d. 
Educ. St. Ives Academy ; Ranmoor Coll. 
Sheffield; e. m. 1879. Member of Maccles- 
field .School Board ; Chairman of Stapleford 
School Board ; Examiner in Theology and 
Church History, Ranmoor Coll. 1900-5. 
Address : The Manse, Monton, Eccles, Man 
chester. U. 

FAULL, Richard J &. Jan. 31, 1858, at St. Ives, 
Cornwall ; s. of Henry Faull ; m. Jessie Firks, 
of I,iskeard. Educ. Rowe s Academy, St. 
Ives. Ironmonger. Has held most church 
offices ; Class-leader for 25 years, and S.S. 
worker for 40 years ; Trustee for 30 years ; 
twice Rep. to Conference ; member of S.S. 
Dept. Publication : The Sunday School of 
To-day ; or Modern Methods of Sunday 
School Work. Recreations : Freemasonry, 
specially the charity side of it, being P.O. 
Warden of Cornwall and C.M.C.A. Sec. of 
Cornwall. Address : Eliot House, I^iskeard. 
W. 

FAWCETT, Rev. Arthur ; b. 1869, at Reading ; 
s. of Samuel Fawcett ; m. Minnie Barrett, of 
Bromley, Kent ; one s. Educ. Kendrick 
School, Reading; Hartley Coll., Manchester; 
e. m. 1893. Address: 26 Brook Street, 
l,uton, Beds. P. 

FAWCETT, Rev. George T. ; b. June 19, 1863, at 

Reading ; s. of Samuel Fawcett ; m. Grace R. 
Clark, of North Sunderland ; one s. three d. 
Educ. York House and Kendrick Schools, 
Reading; e. m. 1892. Address: Elmhurst, 
Burton Road, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. P. 

FAWTHROP, Rev. Thomas William, F.R.G.S. ; 

b. Aug. 17, 1861, at Halifax, Yorks ; s. of 
Thomas Fawthrop ; m. Jane Ellen Hoyle, 
of Halifax ; two s. one d. Educ. West Grove 
Acad., Halifax; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1886. 
Distinguished in Acad. and Coll. Exams. ; has 
travelled extensively in Europe, Egypt, and 
Palestine. Elected Fellow of the Royal 
Geographical Soc. 1905. Publication: In 
I,ands of Art and Holy Writ. Recreations : 
Foreign travel, nature studies, natural his 
tory, mountaineering. Address: 35 Wilford 
Grove, Nottingham. W. 

FEATHER, Rev. James; b. Oct. 21, 1855, at 
Ingrow, Keighley, Yorks ; s. of Benjamin and 
Elizabeth Feather ; m. 1st, K. A. Padman, of 
Boston Spa ; 2nd, B. A. Hepworth, of Morley, 
I^eeds; two d. Educ. Sutton-in-Craven 
National school; Mr. Iawrence s Academy, 
East Keswick ; Headingley Coll ; e. m. 1879. 
Publications : Maggie Fairburn ; The I+ast of 
the Prophets ; Editor of Class-leader s Com 
panion. Recreations : Photography, out 
doors; chess, indoors. Address: 44 South 
Road, Smethwick, Birmingham. W. 
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FEATHERSTONEHAUGH, Rev. Thomas; b. 

April 23, 1844, at Close Head, Denton Nether, 
Cumberland ; s. of Thomas Featherstone- 
haugh ; m. Anne Moyse, d. of John T. 
Thomas, J.P., of Liverpool ; two s. seven d. 
Educ. Croft House School, Brampton ; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Address : Claremont, 
Bridgetown, Totnes. W. 

FEATHERSTUN, Rev. Henry Walter, D.D. ; b. 

July 10, 1849, at Warren Co., Miss.; s. of 
Rev. F. M. Featherstun, D.D., and Mary E. 
Rundell ; m. Emily White, of Vicksburg, 
Miss. ; one s. five d. Has been Pres. of 
Kavanaugh Coll. and Edward McGehee Coll. 
for Girls, at Woodville, Miss; Del. to Gen. 
Conference, 1894 and 1910. Member of Gen. 
Epworth I^eague Board. Publications : The 
Christ of our Novelists ; The Christ of Our 
Poets ; My Church ; and some eight or ten 
pamphlets for the Epworth league work. 
Address: Port Gibson, Mississippi, U.S.A. 
M.E.Ch. S. 

FELIX, Rev. John ; b. April 14, 1862, at Glan 
Dyfi. Educ. Machynlleth National school ; 
Machynlleth Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1886. Financial Sec. of 1st N. Wales 
Dist. since 1903. Publications: Collected 
and edited Blodau 151, the poetical works of 
Ehedydd lal, a well-known Welsh bard; 
Editor of the Winllan, the Connexional Welsh 
Monthly Magazine for young people. A ddress : 
18 Cecil Street, Greenheys, Manchester. W. 

FELL, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Oct. 29, 1845, at 

Kilpin, Howden, Yorks ; s. of Benjamin Fell ; 
m. Mary Ann, d. of late John Cooper, Esq., 
Holly House, Halifax ; four s. three d. e. m. 
1868. Sec. of Conference, 1908 ; Treas. of 
Scriptural Holiness Union. Address: I<yd- 
brook, Bishop s Road, St. Helens, I^ancs. P. 

FENELEY, Rev. Charles ; b. June 20, 1862, at 
Sleaford ; s. of George Feneley ; m. Ada B. 
Ellis, of Plymouth ; two s. Educ. Wes. 
School, Sleaford; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1886. 
Missionary in W. Africa, 1886-92. Address : 
11 Guildford Road, Tunbridge Wells. W. 

FENTIMAN, Rev. Albert ; b. Dec. 9, 1841, at 

Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey ; s. of 
Robert and Mary Fentiman ; tn. 1st, Mary 
Elizabeth Tregoning, of Tavistock, Devon ; 
2nd, Charlotte Ada Mcln tosh, of Benares; six 
s. seven d. Educ. National school, Englefield 
Green ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1864. Seven 
years at Bangalore. Afterwards at I^ucknow, 
Calcutta, Benares ; Chairman of Calcutta 
Dist. 1875-77; 1st Chairman of I y ucknow 
and Benares Dist. 1879-91. Discovered Padri 
Elliott at I/ucknow, trained him as a I^ocal 
Preacher and for the Ministry. Publications : 
Translated No. 1 Catechism into Hindi. 
Recreations : Formerly riding, cricket, and 
tennis; now gardening and poultry-keeping. 
Address : The Plain, Thornbury, Glos. W. 



FENTON-JONES THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 
FENTON-JONE8, William Fenton, J.P.; b. 

Nov. 14, 1861, at Birmingham ; s. of J. 
Fenton- Jones, J.P. ; m. May, d. of Robert 
Cain, of Douglas, Isle of Man ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Cheltenham (under late John Gill, of 
Normal Training Coll.) and privately. Dist. 
Manager of Liverpool Victoria Insurance. 
Approach Road, Victoria Park. Hon. Organist, 
&c.; Founder of National Reserves, Borough of 
Hackney. Mayor of Hackney, 1910-11; ex- 
Chairman of Hackney Board of Guardians ; 
Chairman for 11 years in connexion with Chil 
dren s work of that body ; Chairman of Care 
Com.; Trustee of Children s Savings Bank; 
Iife Governor of four Hospitals and two 
Masonic Charities ; Guardian of Poor for 17 
years ; Life Abstainer ; Founder of Hackney 
Photographic Soc. Recreations : One of the 
founders of Clapton Football Club, music, 
photography, and allied arts. Address: 12 
King Edward Road, Hackney, N.E. W. 

FERENS, John Johnson Till ; s. of William 

Till ; b. June 9, 1876 ; adopted s. of 
Thomas Robinson Ferens, M.P., J.P. ; m. 
Marion Run ton, of Hull; three s. Educ. 
Rydal Mount School, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales. 
Solicitor. Class-leader, S.S. Supt., Circuit 
Steward, Open-air Preacher ; Member of 
Home Mission Com. and of Guild Council; 
Governor of Rydal Mount School. Recrea 
tions : Motoring and tennis. Address: 
Wilton House, Hull. W. 

FERENS, Michael J. ; b. Dec. 31, 1843, at New 

Shildon, Co. Durham ; s. of George W. Ferens ; 
m. Kate Caine, of Ballisker, I. of M. ; four s. 
two d. Educ. Grammar School, Bishop 
Auckland. Flour Miller. S.S. Supt., Class- 
leader, &c. Recreations : Shooting and golf. 
Address: Gaunless Mills, Bishop Auckland. 
W. 

FERENS, Thomas R., M.P., p.c. ; b. May 4, 1847, 
at New Shildon, Co. Durham ; s. of George W. 
Ferens; m. Esther Ellen (Ettie) Field, of 
Hull; adopted a nephew. Educ. Privately. 
Director of Reckitt & Sons, Ltd., and Star Life 
Assur. S.S. Supt. ; Class-leader ; A Supt. of 
Brunswick S.S. for 35 years ; Connexional Treas. 
of Home Mission Fund. M.P. (L.) for E. Hull 
since 1906. Recreation : Travel. Address : 
Holderness House, Hull ; 62 Whitehall Court, 
S.W. W. 

FERGUSON, Rev. Joshua Joseph, M.A., B.D. ; 

b. July 13, 1860, at Cartwright, Ont., Canada ; 
s. of Joshua Ferguson ; m. Susie Pearson, of 
Meadowvale; three s. Educ. Cobourg ; 
Victoria Coll.; e. m. 1883. Chairman on 
four Dists. ; three times elected to General 
Conference ; last June elected Pres. of Toron 
to Conference. Address: 588 Clinton St., 
Toronto, Canada. C. 

FERRIER, Rev. Thompson ; b. March 16, 1855, 
at Islington, Ontario ; s. of John C. Ferrter ; 



FIELD 



m. Maggie Laura Lynch, of Arrow River; 
six c. Educ. Weston and Waterdown High 
Schools ; e. m. 1882. Supt. of Indian Schools 
and Hospitals for the Meth. Church in Canada. 
Address : Brandon Industrial Schools, Mani 
toba, Canada. C. 

FEW, Rev. William Preston, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

(Harvard), LL-D. ; b. Dec. 29, 1867, at 
Greenville, S. Carolina ; s. of Benjamin F. and 
Rachel (Kendrick) Few ; m. Mary Reamey 
Thomas, of Martinsville, Va. Educ. Wofford 
Coll.,Spartanburg, S.Carolina; Harvard Univ., 
Cambridge, Massachusetts. Prof, of English 
in Trin. Coll., Durham, N.C., 1896-1910; 
Dean of Trin. Coll., 1902-10; Pres., 1910. 
Joint -Editor of South Atlantic Quarterly. 
Address: Durham, North Carolina, U.S.A. 
M.E.Ch.S. 
FIDOE, Rev. William ; b. March 25, 1862, at 

West Bromwich ; s. of John Fidoe ; m. Alice, 
e. d. of A. E. Atkins, of Boney Hay, Walsall ; 
one s. three d. Stud. Hartley Coll., Man 
chester; e. m. 1887. Address: 56Newbiggin, 
Malton, Yorks. P. 

FIELD, Rev. Harvey ; b. April 3, 1854, at Pet- 
worth ; s. of George Field, of H.M. Dockyard, 
Portsmouth ; m. Amelia Hole-Vandepeer, of 
Clarence House, Southsea ; three s. four d. 
Educ. The Lancastrian School, Portsmouth ; 
privately; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1878. 
Address: Alston, Cumberland. W. 

FIELD, John Bosworth ; b. Feb. 1868 ; s. of 

John Field, J.P., Hill Top, West Bromwich ; 
m. Mary Beatrice Wilson, of West Bromwich ; 
one d. Educ. Pembroke House School, 
Lytham. Iron Merchant ; Safe and Wheel 
Manufacturer. Director of Wes. and Gen. 
Assur. Society. Society Steward, &c. Re 
creation : Golf. Address : 11 Wye Cliff Road, 
Handsworth, Birmingham. W. 

FIELD, Rev. William ; b. July 7, 1873, at Nor 
wich ; s. of William Field, of London and 
Norwich ; m. Constance Ethel Creak, of Gt. 
Yarmouth ; one s. two d. Educ. St. Stephen s 
and Higher Grade Schools, Norwich ; Crescent 
Range Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1897. Re 
creations : Tennis and swimming. Address : 
35 Ribblesdale Road, Streatham Park, London, 
S.W. U. 

FIELD, William Tomlinson ; b. Aug. 20, 1853, 

at W. Bromwich ; s. of John Field, of The 
Woodlands, Hill Top, W. Bromwich; m. 
Agnes, y. d. of late Mr. Ashton Wainwright, 
of Oldham, Lanes ; three s. two d. Educ. 
Clevedon Coll. , Northampton. Coal Merchant. 
Has been Trustee, Circuit, Soc., and Poor 
Steward, S.S. Teacher and Supt. ; twice Rep. 
to Conference; S.S. Teacher and Supt. for 
42 years. A Meth. of the fifth generation, 
being a descendant of John Sheldon, in whosf 
house John Wesley preached in 1743, at 
Wednesbury, when the mob destroyed practi- 

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FIELDEN 

cally all the goods, a fact which, is mentioned 
in Wesley s Journal. Address: Oakleigh, 
Birmingham Road, W. Bromwich. W. 

FIELDEN, Smith; b. Todmorton, 1857; **. 
Sarah Jane, e. d. of John and Mary Stott, 
Todmorton; three s. Printer and Adver 
tiser and Bookbinder. Church Steward, 
Class-leader, S.S. Supt., &c. ; Rep. to Uniting 
Conference, 1907. Address: 24 Newton St., 
Park Lane, Burnley. U. 

FIELDING, Rev. B. F. ; b. July 26, 1848, at 
Preston ; s. of James Fielding, of Preston, 
Lanes; m. Ellen C., d. of \V. W. Rowe, of 
London ; one s. one d. Educ. Alston Coll., 
Longridge and DIdsbury Coll.; e. m. 1873. 
Recreation: Nature out of doors. Address: 
Wesley House, St. John s Road, Sandown, 
I.W. W. 

FINDLAY, Rev. Prof. George Gillanders, B.A., 

D.D. ; b. Jan. 3, 1849; s. of Rev. James 
Findlay ; m. 1875 ; three s. four d. Educ. 
Woodhouse Grove School ; Wesley Coll., 
Sheffield ; Richmond Coll. ; B.A. (Lond.) 1868, 
University Scholar in Classics ; D.D. (St. 
Andrews), 1901 ; e. m. 1870. Tutor in N.T. 
Exegesis and Classics at Headingley Branch 
of Wes. Theological Institution since 1881 ; 
Assist.-Tutor at Headingley Coll. 1870-4 ; 
Classical Tutor at Richmond, 1874-81 ; 
Elected to Legal Hundred, 1893; Fernley 
Lecturer, 1894. Publications : Several com 
mentaries on Paul s Epistles in the Expositor s 
Bible, Expositor s Greek Testament, Cam 
bridge Greek Testament and Bible for Schools 
and Colleges ; on John s Epistles (Fellowship 
In Life Eternal) ; Christian Doctrine and 
Morals (Fernley Lecture) ; Epistles of Paul, 
and Books of the Prophets in Handbooks for 
Bible Students ; Article on Paul in Hastings 
Dictionary of the Bible ; vol. of Sermons on 
The Things Above; Life of W. F. Moulton 
(Library of Meth. Biography). Address : 
Headingley Coll., Leeds. W. 

FINDLAY, Rev. William Hare, B.A. (Lond.), 

M.A. (Oxon) ; b. May 17, 1857, at Malton, 
Yorks ; s. of Rev. James Findlay and Mary 
Hare; tn. Alice Mary, 3rd d. of late Rev. 
Benjamin Hellier. Educ. Alford Grammar 
School ; Woodhouse Grove School ; New Coll., 
Eastbourne ; Merton Coll., Oxford ; Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1880. Missionary in S. India, 
1882-1900 ; one of the General Sees, of 
Missionary Society, 1900-1910 ; Elected to 
Legal Hundred, 1902. Address: Corona, 
Reigate Road, Reigate. W. 

FINNEMORE, Rev. Joseph, M.A., Ph.D., F.G.S., 

L.T.S.C. ; b. Feb. 18, 1843, at Birmingham ; 
*. of Joseph Finnemore, Steel Pen Manu 
facturer ; m. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Lello, 
of Ludlow, Shropshire. Educ. Private schools 
and Correspondence Classes ; e. m. 1864. 
In 1885 and following years took course* of 
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study and examinations in connexion with the 
Illinois Wes. Univ., U.S.A., and obtained 
Academic Degrees. Publications : Gloria 
Christi ; Power with God (in Scriptural Holi 
ness Series) ; Articles in various publications. 
Recreations : Music, photography, carpentry, 
&c. Address : Hawkhurst, Four Oaks, 
Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. W. 

FIRTH, Rev. Fred, B.A. (R.U.I.) ; 6. Sept. 29, 

1867, at Drighlington, nr. Bradford; s. of 
William Firth ; m. Annie Wetherell, of Cliffe, 
Selby. Educ. Privately ; Undergraduate of 
London Univ. ; Graduate in Arts of Royal 
Univ. of Ireland ; e. m. 1888. Recreations : 
Cycle touring and golf. Address : 35 Albany 
St., Hull. P. 

FISHER, Alderman Joseph Isaac, J.P. ; b. March 

22, 1847, at Workington ; s. of John Fisher ; 
m. Elizabeth, 3rd d. of William Poole, of 
Moresby ; one s. one d. Educ. Private school, 
Whitehaven. Grocer and Grain Merchant. 
Leader; S.S. Supt. for 28 years; Sec. to 
Dist. Education Com. ; Rep. to Leeds Con 
ference and Methodist Assembly. Member of 
Whitehaven Town Council since its incorpora 
tion in 1894, Mayor of Borough 1902-4; 
Member of Education Corns. Address: 
12 Solway View, Whitehaven. W. 

FISHER, Rev. Fred B., B.SC., A.B. ; b. Feb. 14, 

1882, at Greencastle, Pa. ; s. of James Edward 
and Josephine Shirey Fisher ; m. Edith 
Jackson, of Muncie, Indiana. Educ. Muncie, 
Indiana High School ; Asbury Coll., Wilmore, 
Kentucky; Boston Univ., Boston, Mass.; 
e. m. 1904. Missionary to India, 1904-7; 
Pastor of First M.E. Ch., Boston, 1907-10 ; 
Sec. of Laymen s Missionary Movement, 
1910- . Recreations : Tennis, walking, 
riding, and swimming. Address: 150 Fifth 
Avenue, New York City, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

FITCHETT, Rev. William Henry, B.A., LL.D. 

Melbourne Univ. (B.A.) ; Queen s Coll., 
Toronto (LL.D., causa, honoris) ; e. m. Meth. 
Church of Australia, 1866. Twice Pres. of 
Annual Conference; First Pres. of the Gen. 
Conference of the United Meth. Churches 
of Australasia; for 29 years Principal of the 
Meth. Ladies Coll., Hawthorn, Melbourne. 
Publications : Deeds that won the Empire ; 
Fights for the Flag ; How England saved 
Europe (4 vols.) ; Wellington s Men ; Nel 
son s Captains ; Tale of the Great Mutiny. 
Novels : Ithuriel s Spear ; Commander of 
the Hirondelle; A Pawn in the Game. Re 
ligious works : Wesley and his Century ; 
The Unrealized Logic of Religion (Fernley 
Lecture, 1905) ; The Beliefs of Unbelief. 
Recreations: Golf and hard work. Address: 
Hawthorn, Melbourne. A. 

FITZGERALD, Rev. William Blackburn; b. 

May 23, 1856, at Barnard Castle ; s. of Rev. 
Thomas Moffatt-Fitzgerald ; one s. Educ, 



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FLANAGAN 

New Kingswood School ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1877. Connexional Sec. of the Wesley 
Guild since 1896. Publications: The Roots 
of Methodism ; The Nineteenth Meaning of 
Character ; The Wesley Guild Manual. 
Address : 136 Otley Road, Headingley, 
Leeds. W. 

FLANAGAN, Rev. James ; b. Dec. 18, 1851, at 

Mansfield, Notts ; s. of Patrick William and 
Elizabeth Flanagan ; m. Mary Jane Richard 
son, of Newark-ou-Trent, Notts ; four s. four 
d. e. m. 1891. Founder of South-East 
London Mission and Nurses Home and 
Sisters Settlement. Publications: Man s 
Quest ; Romance of Evangelism ; Thy 
Brother s Blood; The Young Convert s 
Guide ; Scenes from My Life both Grave and 
Gay; The Luck Flower; &c. Recreations: 
Lecturing and travelling. Address : 20 
Patrick Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. 
P. 

FLATT, Rev. James Wesley, B.A. ; b. Jan. 29, 

1874, at Tecumseth, Ont. ; s. of James and 
Mary Jane Flatt ; m. Lillian Ida Nay, of 
Ninga, Man. Educ. Winnipeg, Man. ; Wesley 
Coll. ; e. tn. 1900. Recreations : Tennis, 
curling, and gardening. Addrtss : Sintaluta, 
Sask, Canada. W. 

FLEMINGTON, Rev. Charles ; b. Jan. 22, 1863, 

at Blandford, Dorset, Eng. ; s. of William F. 
and Sarah Flemington ; m. Heartie M. B. 
Bate, Lydd, Eng. ; five s. two d. Educ. 
Blandford, Eng., and Sackville, N.B. ; Mt. 
Allison Univ. ; e. m. 1890, in Newfoundland. 
Transferred to Canada, 1901. For three 
years Grand Worthy Patriarch of the 
Sons of Temperance, New Brunswick, and 
for two years Most Worthy Chaplain of 
National Division of S. of T., N. America. 
Has written Poems and Short Stories. Re 
creation : Temperance work. Address : Petit- 
codiae, New Brunswick, Canada. C. 

FLEMING, Rev. John ; b. Oct. 21, 1859, at 

Cassop Moor, Durham ; s. of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Fleming; m. S. J. Drabble, of Pilsley, 
Chesterfield ; two s. two d. Educ. Privately ; 
Ranmoor and Firth Colls., Sheffield; e. m. 
1884 (Meth. New Connexion). Connexional 
Evangelist for two years ; Chairman of Long- 
ton School Board three years; Member of 
Huddersfield Education Com. four years; 
Chairman of British National C.E. Council. 
Recreations: Golf, cycling, &c. Address: 
16 Wellington Street East, Higher Broughton, 
Manchester. U. 

FLEMING, Thomas Henry ; b. Jan. so, 1851, at 

Leeds ; s. of William Fleming ; m. Miss A. E. 
Whitaker, of Leeds ; four c. Educ. Leeds 
Mechanics Boys School. Local Preacher; 
has filled many Circuit and Connexional 
offices; Sec. of Leeds F.C.C., Dist. Federation 
of F.C.C. and of Citizens League. Address: 19 
St. George s Terrace, Leeds. U 



FLINT 



FLESHER, James Arthur ; b. Aug. 13, 1865 at 

Christchurch, N.Z .; s. of William and Dorothy 
Flesher ; m. Margaret Lucy England ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Christ s Coll. Barrister and 
Solicitor, Supreme Court of New Zealand. 
Organist and Choirmaster, S.S. Teacher and 
Supt. ; Sec. of U.M.F.C. Dist. Meeting prior 
to Meth. Union ; Sec. of New Zealand Meth. 
Federal Council ; Circuit Steward for seven 
years ; Conference Rep. over 20 years ; Rep. 
to Australasian Meth. General Conference 
three times. Member of Christchurch City 
Council ; Deputy Chairman of Christchurch 
Tramway Board ; Member of New Brighton 
Borough Council, Christchurch and Avon 
Licensing Corns. ; Pres. of Canterbury No- 
Licence Council ; Hon. Sec. of Canterbury 
Dist. Law Soc. for 12 years. Recreations : 
Music, Church, Sunday School, Local Body 
and Temperance work. Addresses: Avebury, 
Richmond, Christchurch ; 169 Hereford 
Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. A. 

FLETCHER, Rev. George ; b. June 3, 1838, at 
Barnstaple ; s. of Rev. Joseph Fletcher ; m. 
Ellen, d. of Samuel Highfield ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Old and New Kingswood Schools ; 
Taunton Coll. ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1859. 
Member of Legal Hundred 1 8 8 7- 1 9 1 1 ; Governor 
of Woodhouse Grove School 1876-82, and of 
Richmond Coll. 1891-1909 ; Supernumerary, 
1909. Publications : Essay on Systematic 
Giving ; Chapters on Preaching. A ddress : 
8 St. James s Avenue, Sutton, Surrey. W. 

FLETCHER, Richard, J.P. ; b. May 11, 1852, at 
Silsden, Yorks ; s. of William Fletcher ; m . 
Ellen Blakey, of Silsden ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Elmfield Coll., York. Manufacturer. County 
Alderman for W. Riding of York. Circuit 
Steward ; Vice-Pres. of the Conference. Re 
creations : Church and public work, with a 
little golf and gardening. Address: River- 
sleigh, Silsden, nr. Keighley. P. 

FLETCHER, Tom, J.P. ; b. Aug. 31, 1854, at 
Silsden, Yorks; s. of William Fletcher; m. 
Annie, 2nd d. of Geo. Humphrey, Lilling, nr. 
York ; three s. Educ. Wes. day school, 
Silsden; Elmfield Coll., York. Coal Factor and 
Exporter. Chairman of Chapman, Fletcher 
& Cawood, Ltd., Coal and Coke Factors, 
Sheffield ; Chairman, W. Fletcher & Son, 
Ltd., COP! Factors and Exporters, Shipley 
and London ; Member of Urban Dist. Council 
for 22 years and Chairman for seven ; J.P. 
for W. Riding, Yorks. Local Preacher since 
1874 ; Class-leader and S.S. Teacher ; Dist. 
Treas. of Centenary Fund; Vice-Pres. P.M. 
Conference, 1911 ; Del. to Methodist Oecu 
menical Conference, Toronto, 1911. Recrea 
tions : Travel and golf. Address: The 
Elms, Silsden, nr. Keighley. P. 

FLINT, Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A., B.D. ; b. 

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George and Eliza Barnes Flint; m. Clara J., 
d. of Rev. D. M. Yetter, of Sioux City, Iowa ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Victoria Coll., Univ. of 
Toronto ; Columbia Univ. ; Drew Theol. 
Seminary ; e. m. 1900. Address: 22 Church 
Street, Middletown Conn. M.E. Ch. 

FLITCH, John Richard, J.P. ; b. Aug. 5, 1843, 

at Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of John Jacob 
Flitch, J.P. ; tn. Ellen, d. of Jonathan Craw 
ford, of Leeds ; two s. two d. Educ. Private 
schools in Leeds. Leather Manufacturer ; 
J.P. for Leeds ; Member of Women and Chil 
dren s Hospital Board and Blind and Deaf and 
Dumb Inst. Com. ; Commissioner of Income 
Tax ; Governor of Leeds Univ. ; Chairman of 
Chapel Allerton Girls High School. Recrea 
tions : Travel, reading, art-collecting. Ad 
dress: Southlands, Moor Allerton, Leeds. W. 

FLOYD, Rev. Charles Hulme ; b. Dec. 15, 1836, 

at Huntingdon ; s. of Rev. Joseph Floyd ; m. 
Annie Maria Maggs, of Melksham ; four s. 
two d. Educ. Private schools; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1859. Elected to Legal Hundred, 
1901 ; Chairman of several Districts. Ad 
dress : Rockvillc, New Road, Llanelly. W. 

FLOYD, Rev. Herbert Charles ; b. July 21, ISG?, 

at Tonbridge ; s. of Rev. Charles H. Floyd, 
and gs. of Rev. Joseph Floyd ; m. H. Dora 
Bailey, of Sandiacre, Notts; twos, one d. Educ. 
Wes. day school, Oxford ; Penzance Grammar 
School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Fi 
nancial Sec., Macclesfield Synod. Address: 
75 Byron s Lane, Macclesfield. W. 

FOGG, Rev. Samuel; b. Oct. 29, 1843, at 

Bolton, Lanes; s. of Richard and Margaret 
Fogg ; m. Louisa Marie Bryant, of St. Heliers, 
Jersey ; four c. Educ. Private school ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1868. Recreations: 
Geology and cycling. Address: The Manse, 
Mildenhall, Suffolk. W. 

FOGGITT, Rev. William Smith, B.A. ; b. Feb. 24, 

1858, at Malton, Yorks ; s. of William Foggitt, 
late of Cattal Station, nr. York ; m. Agnes 
Helen, d. of Rev. Richard Giddy; two d. 
Educ. Bedale and Berwick-on-Tweed ; Head 
ingley Coll.; e. m. 1880. Was Chaplain to 
the Forces at Harrismith during the late 
Boer War. Publications : Life of Countess 
Schimmelrnann, and Expositions in various 
Magazines. Recreations : Tennis and cycling. 
Address : Aliwal Road, Wynberg, Cape Town. 
S. Africa. S.A. 

FORD, Rev. Wm. J., LL.B. ; b. June 12, 1845, 
at Peterborough, Ont. ; s. of Joseph Ford ; 
m. Jessie Phillips, of Thurlow, Ont. Educ. 
Peterborough Grammar School ; Victoria 
Coll.; e. m. 1868. A Member of the London 
Conference, has been Sec. and Pres. of 
Conference, and a Del. to five Gen. Con 
ferences. Recreation : Botany, specially 
fern-hunting. Address: Teeswater, Bruce 
Co., Ont., Canada. C. 



FORDE, Rev. Geo. R. ; b. Dec. 18, 1869, at 
Holywood, Co. Down ; s. of Joseph Forde, of 
Belfast ; m. Annie R., 2nd d. of Henry Boor- 
man, J.P., of Tenterden, Kent ; one s. two d. 
Ulster Provincial School; Richmond Coll.; 
e. m. 1894. Missionary in Transvaal, 1894-5 ; 
Army Chap., London Garrison. Wesley Guild 
Sec. 3rd London Synod for six years ; Sec. of 
Kent W.M.U. Social Service. Recreation: 
Cycling. Address : Highclere, Queen s Road, 
Broads tairs, Kent. W. 

FORDE, Rev. Thomas ; b. 1846, at Bandon ; s. 
of George Forde, of Bandon ; tn. Henrietta, 
d. of Rev. Henry J. Giles ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Training Coll., Bandon ; e. m. 1871 ; 
Chairman of the Sligo Dist. A ddress : Ballina, 
Co. Mayo, Ireland. W. 

FOREMAN, Rev. Henry James Clifton, B.A. 

(Sydney) ; b. Oct. 9, 1876, at Sydney ; *. 
of H. J. Foreman, The Rock, Sydney ; m. 
Eva H. Browne, of Ravensfield, West Mait- 
land ; two d. Educ. Boys Public High 
School, East Maitland, held Scholarship for 
three years, subsequently State Scholarship 
at Univ. of Sydney ; e. m. 1899. Chaplain 
New South Wales Forces in S. Africa during 
War ; for four and a half years Colleague to 
Rev. W. G. Taylor in the Central Meth. 
Mission, Sydney ; appointed in 1911 to the 
William St. Circuit, Sydney, and again 
associated with the Central M. Mission. 
Recreations: Gardening and fishing. Ad 
dress : 182 Forbes St., Darlinghurst, Sydney, 
New South Wale?. A. 

FORRINGTON, Rev. Charles ; f>. Sept. 29, 1853, 

at Pilham, Lines ; s. of Charles Forrington . 
m. Miss Parsons, of Salisbury ; three d. Educ. 
Gainsborough ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1879: 
Chairman of Lincoln Dist. 1909. Recreation ; 
Cricket. Address : 11 Lesbury Road, Heaton, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. W. 

FORSTNER, Rev. George ; b. 1868, at Sheffield; 
s. of John Foritner, North Shields ; m. Ada 
Mary, e. d. of Rev. M. Simmonds, Plumstead, 
S.E. ; one s. two d. Educ. Presbyterian 
Church Schools, N. Shields; Hartley Coll., 
Manchester ; Honours each year in Coll. Exa 
minations ; e. m. 1895. Recreations : Fishing, 
cycling, and walking. Address: Limefield 
Manse, Walmersley Road, Bury, Lanes. P. 

FOSTER, Arthur ; b. Dec. 2, 1875, at Preston ; 
s. of Joseph Foster ; m. Jane Bertha, d. of 
Edmund Atkinson Grundy, of Bury ; two d. 
Cotton Spinner. Rep. to Conference, 1906 ; 
Member of Liverpool Dist. Home Mission, 
Chapel Bldg., and S.S. Corns. ; Sec. of Con- 
nexional Collectors Fund ; Sec. of Extension 
Com. Shepherd St. Mission Shelter and 
Children s Home. Recreations : Horse-riding, 
golf, motoring, &c. Address: Grove House, 
Ashton-on-Ribble. T. 20, Ashton-on-Ribble. 
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FOSTER, Rev. James Denning, M.A. ; b. Jan. is, 

1858, at Clones ; s. of Rev. Thos. Foster ; m, 
Susie J. Appelbe, of Fir Grove, Ballineen ; four 
*. Educ. Methodist Coll., Belfast; Queen s 
Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1883. Recreations: 
Cycling and gardening. Address: Epworth, 
Clontnel, Ireland. W. 

FOSTER, Rev. William W., B.D., D.D.; ft. 

July 27, 1849, at Moriah, N.Y. ; s. of Rev. 
William W. and Frances W. Foster ; m. 
Mary J. Chisholm, of Boston, Mass. ; one d. 
Educ. Fort Edward Inst. ; Mechanicville 
Acad., and private school; Boston Univ.; 
Drew Theol. Seminary ; e. m. 1873. Pres. of 
Rust Univ., 1897-1909 ; Pres. of Beaver Coll. 
1909. Address : 11 South Pine Avenue, 
Albany, N.Y., U.S.A. M.E.Ch. 

FOSTER, Rev. William, B.A.; b. July si, 1856, 

at Hatfield, Derbyshire; s. of Rev. William 
Foster ; m. M. A. Gorrill, of The Elms, Bare, 
I^ancs; two s. two d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove; Wesley Coll. and Owen s Coll., 
Manchester; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1878. 
Assist. Tutor at Headingley and Handsworth. 
Address: 27 St. George s Road, Kilburn, 
N.W. W. 

FOTHERGILL, Rev. Henry ; ft. Sept. 12, 1854, 

at Darlington; s. of Samuel Fothergill, of 
Darlington ; m. Mary Elizabeth Hughes, of 
Holloway, nr. Matlock, 1879 ; four s. four d. 
Educ. Ackworth Friends School ; Samuel 
Fothergill s private school at Southampton ; 
U.M. Coll., Manchester; Manchester Univ.; 
e. m. 1876. Teacher of Elocution at Man 
chester Free Methodist Coll. 1888. Publica 
tions : The Hiding of His Power. Address : 
The Manse, Stafford Road, Weston-super- 
Mare. U. 
FOULGER, Rev. John ; ft. April 17, 1852, at 

Hockwold-cum- Wilton, Norfolk ; s. of Robert 
Foulger; m. Amelia, d. of Benjamin B. 
Barcham, of Sheringham, Norfolk ; one s. two 
d. Educ. Elementary School ; e. m. 1877. 
U.M. Minister ; during a ten years pastorate 
at Weston-super-Mare Rep. East Ward of 
that town ; on the Axbridge Board of Guar 
dians for six years. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address: 12 Warnborough Road, Oxford. U. 

FOWLER, JOSiah ; b. Nov. 26, 1842, at Stepney ; 
$. of Josiah Fowler ; m. Fannie I. Walters, 
of Brookvale, Matlock. Educ. Mitre School, 
Condon. Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 
Draper, &c. Class-leader and Local Preacher ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1903 ; Circuit Steward ; 
Foreign Missionary Treas. Recreations : 
Reading, astronomy, and gardening. Address: 
Market-place, Pickering. W. 

FRACKELTON, Rev. Henry ; b. Feb. 9, 1862, 

at Belfast ; s. of John Frackelton, of Belfast ; 
m. Anna Marian, d. of Richard Waugh, of 
Skibbereen, Co. Cork; one s. two d. Educ. 
Meth. Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1886. Recrea- 



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tions : Walking and music. Address: 3 
Hillside Terrace, Ballysillan, Belfast. W. 

FRANCE, Gerald Ashburner, M.P., J.P. ; b. 

Aug. 4, 1870, at Stockton-on-Tees ; s. of 
James Ashburner France, and Martha, d. of 
Richard Appleton, of Yarm ; m. Hilda M. 
Bainbridge, of Eshott, Northumberland ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Rydal Mount, Colwyn 
Bay. Importer and Merchant. J.P. and C.C. 
for Northumberland ; elected member for 
Morley div. of Yorks, Jan. and Dec. 1910. 
Treas. of West Condon Mission ; Rep. to 
Conference 1908-9-10. Address : New- 
biggen Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. W. 

FRATER, Rev. W. Dyson ; b. May 6, 1862, in the 

city of York ; s. of John Prater, of the York 
shire Herald ; m. 1890, e. d. of Alderman 
Makins, of York; three d. Educ. Arch 
bishop Holgate s School and Commercial Coll., 
York ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Spent 
15 years in N. India, chiefly in lyUcknow, 
Benares, and Faizabad, engaged in military 
and gen. evangelistic work. Greatly inter 
ested in Indian subjects and antiquities. 
Address : Peterhead, N.B. W. 

FRAYN, Rev. George ; b. NOV. 9, 1848, at Splatt, 

Tresmeer, Cornwall ; s. of John Frayn ; m. 
Mary Jane, d. of George Travers, Poole, 
Dorset; three s. one d. Educ. Privately; 
e. m. 1873. Recreation : Music. Address : 1 
Ash Grove, Bradford. W. 

FRAZER, Joseph ; b. Oct..-6, 1882, at- Cardiff ; 
s. of Henry Frazer ; m. Florence M. E., d. of 
Rev. J. J. Hutchinson, of Movillc, Ireland. 
Educ. Penarth County School ; Craigmore 
Coll., Clifton. Soc. Steward, S.S. Supt., Band 
of Hope Supt., Class-leader, Circuit F. Mis 
sionary Sec., Juvenile Missionary Sec., Member 
of Foreign Missionary Gen. Com. Address : 
Moville, Penarth. W. 

FREEBOROUGH, John Henry; b. April 24, 

1861 ; s. of David Freeborough, of Sheffield ; 
m. Evelyn Bel ton, of Sheffield ; one s. one d., 
Pres. of Wes. Reform Union, 1900-1, 1910-11. 
Address: 61 Montgomery Terrace Road, 
Sheffield. R. 

FREEMAN, Rev. John ; b. Jan. is, 1870, at 

Gateshead-on-Tyne ; s. of Rev. Alfred Free 
man ; m. Mary Lilian, d. of W. H. Bedford 
(late of Birmingham), and gd. of late Rev. 
John Bedford, Pres. of the Conference ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove and Kings- 
wood ; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1896. Ad 
dress: 31 Esplanade Gardens, Scarborough. 
W. 

FREEMAN, Rev. Luther, D.D.; 6. July 17, 

1866, at Essex, Vermont ; s. of Melvin W. 
and Dorcas Freeman ; m. Bertha F. Mans 
field, of Massachusetts ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Montpelierjj Seminary, Williams Coll. ; 
Coll. of Liberal Arts, Boston Univ., 

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class of 1889 ; e. m. 1889. Pastorates 
in Mass., Maine, Tennessee, Missouri, and 
Ohio ; for two years Pres. of Morningside 
Coll., Sioux City, Iowa. Address: 980 
Bryden Road, Columbus, Ohio. M.E. Ch. 

FREEMAN, Rev. Thomas Ernest ; b. Oct. 13, 

1872, at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicester ; s. of 
Thomas Freeman ; m. Mary Gibson, of Dear- 
ham, Cumberland ; one s. Educ. Ashby-de- 
la-Zouch Grammar School; Headingley Coll. 
e. m. 1899. Recreation: Cricket. Address: 
Elmhurst, Lawson Road, Colwyn Bay. W. 

FRENCH, Rev. Alfred John, B.A. (Lond.), 1855 ; 

b. June 17, 1835, at Taunton, Somerset ; s. of 
William French, Taunton ; m. Mary Gautier 
Bayles, of Guernsey. Educ. Queen s Coll., 
Taunton; e. m. 1856. Tutor at Didsbury 
Coll., 1871-88 ; Fernley lecturer, 1879. 
Publications : Lives of Alpine Missionary, 
John Wesley (translations from French) ; Life 
of John Birchenall ; Life, Light, and Love : 
the Principles of Holiness (Fernley lecture) ; 
The World in the Church (pamphlet) ; Con 
tributions to Wes. Mag., Condon Quarterly, &c. 
Address: 87 Bolton Old Road, Atherton, nr. 
Manchester. W. 

FRENCH, Rev. Ernest Aldom ; b. Dec. 19, 1868 ; j 
s. of William Charles French, of Taunton ; m. \ 
Florence, d. of Rev. Luke Scott ; one 5. one d. I 
Educ. Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Didsbury Coll. ; j 
e. m. 1893. Publication : God s Message 
through Modern Doubt. Recreations : Golf 
and walking. Address: 12 Elmbourne Road, 
Upper Tooting, S.W. W. 

FRIEND, Rev. Frederick ; b. Aug. 5, 1837, at 

Billinghay, Lines ; s. of Charles William and 
Louisa Friend; m. Mary Coop, of Bolton, 
Lanes (who d. at Brampton in 1886) ; three s. 
two d. Educ. Village school, Bardney, Lines ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1859. Member of Legal 
Conference, 1904-6 ; an Assist. Sec. of Con 
ference since 1883 ; Member of numerous 
Connexional Corns, and Commissions ; Sec. of 
Dist. Corns, for ten years ; Financial Sec. for 



seven years. Publications: The Methodist 
Class, the Methodist Church. Recreations: 
Gardening and fishing. Address: Grove 
Cottage, Barnard Castle. W. 

FRIEND, Rev. Hilderlc, F.L.S., F.R.M.S. ; b. 

Nov. 6, 1852, at Bodiam, Sussex ; s. of John 
Friend, Newington, Kent ; m. Maud M. Free- 
land, of Hastings; one s. one d. Stud. Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Missionary in China, 
1876-9 ; elected Fellow of Linnean Society, 
1884. Publications : Flowers and Flower 
Lore ; Flowers and Their Story ; Mosaic of 
Life ; Bygone Devonshire ; The Willow Pat 
tern ; Through the Magic Gate ; &c. Awarded 
Government Grant, through the Roy. Soc., 
for Original Research ; Leading Authority on 
British Oligochaets ; discoverer of many 
species new to science ; engaged by Roy. Soc. 
on a Monograph of British Lumbricidae, En- 
chytraeidae, and Tubificidae. Recreation : The 
Study of Nature. Address: Swadlincote, 
Burton-on-Trent. W. 

FRIEND, J. Newton, D.Sc. (B mgham), Ph.D. 
(Wurzburg), F.C.S. ; Member of Iron and 
Steel Institute ; b. at Newton Abbot. Devon ; 
s. of Rev. Hilderic Friend. Educ. Wood- 
house Grove School and King Edward s High 
School in Birmingham ; Birmingham Univ., 
and Wurzburg Univ. In charge of Chemical 
Department at the Darlington Tech. Coll. 
Has held many church offices ; was for ten 
years a Local Preacher. Publications: An 
Introduction to the Chemistry of Paints; The 
Theory of Valency ; The Corrosion of Iron 
and Steel ; Elementary Domestic Chemistry ; 
and numerous research theses in scientific 
Journals; articles in Wes. magazines. Ad 
dress : 20 Clifton Road, Darlington. W. 

FULLER, Rev. Arthur Ashman, B.A. (Lond.) ; 

b. March 26, 1874, at Cambridge ; s. of J. A. 
Fuller; m. Emily, d. of Rev. J. S. Banks, D.D. ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Perse Grammar School , 
Cambridge; Richmond Coll.; e. nt. 1899. 
Address: Lyndon, Tottington, Bury. W. 



GAFF, Rev. Charles Alexander; 6. May so, 

1871, at Haddington, N.B. ; s. of Charles 
Gaff, of Haddington, Elder in the Free 
Church of Scotland ; m. Ethel B., d. of 
Henry Moore, of Manchester; one s. Educ. 
Cauvin s Inst., Duddingston, nr. Edinburgh ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1899. Has been in 
Canton Dist. since 1899. Address : Wesleyan 
Mission, Canton, China. W. 

QAIR, Rev. Robert William ; b. May so, 1873 ; 
m. Lillie Frankland, of Houghton-le-Spring , 
Durham; three c. Educ. Wes. school, 
Hough ton-le-Sprlng, Durham; U.M. Coll., 



Manchester (U.M.F.C.) ; e. m. 1897. Mis 
sionary Sec. of London Dist. for seven years ; 
Missionary Sec. of Portsmouth Dist. A ddress : 
36 Harcourt Terrace, Salisbury. U. 
GALBRAITH, Rev. John, Ph.D., D.D. ; b. 

Aug. 24, 1856, at Derrygonnelly, Ireland ; s 
of Christopher and Ann Galbraith ; m. Mary 
C. Weed, of Torrington, Conn.; two d 
Educ. Wes. Acad., Wesley Univ., and Boston 
Univ. ; e. m. in New England Conference, 1879 
Supt. of Boston Dist., 1905-11 ; Del. to 4th 
Oecumenical Conference. Address : Newton 
Upper Falls, Mass. M. E. Ch. 



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GALLAGHER, Rev Charles Wesley, A.B., A M. 

D.D. ; b. Feb. 3, 1846, at Boston, Mass. ; s. o 
Samuel C. and Rooxby Moody Gallagher 
m. 1st, 1876, Emily Eliza Hubbard, of Brook 
lyn, N.Y. ; 2nd, 1893, Evangeline Corscaden 
of Providence, R.I. Educ. Chelsea High 
School, Chelsea, Mass. ; \Ves. Univ., Middle 
town ; e. m. 1870. Proprietor and Pres. of 
Maryland Coll. for Women. Twice a Member 
of Gen. Conference ; Chaplain of Department 
of Potomac G.A.R. Sons of the American 
Revolution. Publications : God Revealed 
and many Articles in Meth. Review and 
church papers. Address: Cusherville, Mary 
land. M.E. Ch. 

GALLIENNE, Rev. Matthew, B.A. ; b. Dec. 20, 
1840, at Bourdeaux (Dr6me), France ; s. of 
Rev. Matthew Gallienne ; m. Louise Priscille, 
d. of Rev. Henri de Jersey, of Mon Plaisir, 
Guernsey ; six c. Educ. at private schools and 
Lycee Imperial, Nimes ; e. m. 1860. Treas. 
of French Conference 1874-84, Sec. 1886-90, 
Pres. 1897, 1903, 1906. Address: King s 
Road, Guernsey. W, 

GALPIN, Rev. Frederick ; b. NOV. 29, 1842, at 

Bermondsey ; s. of Francis Galpin. Educ. 
Privately; e. m. 1866. Missionary in China 
till 1897; Pres.ofU.M.F.C.inl900. Address: 
170 Browning Road, Manor Park, London, E. 
U. 

GANE, Philip Endres ; b. 1847, at Gloucester ; 
m. Minnie Hemmons, of Bristol ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Privately. Chairman and Managing 
Director of P. E. Gane, Ltd., House Furnishers. 
Class-leader 35 years ; several times Rep. to 
Conference. Sometime member of Bristol 
City Council. Recreations : Literature and 
golf. Address : Fairleigh, Woodstock Road, 
Redland, Bristol. W. 

GARDNER, Charles Edward Ley, J.P. ; b. Aug. 

20, 1843, at Cheltenham; s. of Henry Gale 
Gardner ; m. Ellen Merlin, d. of Rev. Richard 
D. Griffith ; two s. three d. Educ. at Bristol. 
Local Preacher and Class-leader. Alderman 
and J.P. for Bristol (Lord Mayor 1901-2) ; 
Chairman of Compensation Authority and of 
several Corporation Corns. Recreations : Boat 
ing and fishing. Address: 6 Priory Road, 
Clifton, Bristol. W. 

GARRETT, Rev. William Towers, B.A. ; b. 

April 25, 1868, at Thirsk ; s. of Rev. Joseph 
Garrett; m. Charlotte, d. of R. S. Batterby, 
Esq., of Burnham Thorpe ; three s. four d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove and Kingswood ; 
Richmond Coll., took there degree at London 
Univ. ; e. m. 1890. Sec. of N. Ceylon Synod 
since 1905, except 1907 on furlough, and 1909 
acting Chairman; Sec. of Ceylon Provincial 
Synod, 1909-10. Recreations : Tennis and 
cycling. Address: Batticaloa, Ceylon. W. 

GAWTHROP, Rev. John ; b. March 16, 1853, at 
Greensyke, Cowling, ur. Keighley ; s. of Joseph 



Gawthrop ; tn. Elizabeth Thornton, of Bradley, 
Skipton-on-Craven ; one s. one d. Educ. East 
Keswick Coll. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1886. 
Publications : The House of Israel Found in 
the British Empire and American ; The Key 
the Covenant Promises flame with Evidence 
Up-to-date ; Supplement ; God s Socialism for 
Israel in Messiah s Golden Reign ; God is 
keeping His Covenant with Abraham; The 
Infidel Answered ; Something Better than 
Myths for Higher Critics to consider. Ad 
dress : Westwood House, Spital Terrace, 
Gainsborough. W. 

GAY, Rev. Walter ; b. Aug. 5, 1853, at Stratford, 
Essex ; m. Mary Williams, Llanfair, Lampeter ; 
two d. ; e. m. 1876. Address: 36 Mills 
Terrace, Chatham. U. 

GEDDES, Rev. Alexander W. ; b. Jan. l, 1861, 

at Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I. ; s. of Thomas 
Middleton Geddes ; m. Alice Elizabeth Wal 
lace, of Morant Bay, Jamaica ; six c. Educ. 
St. Ann, Jamaica ; York Castle Coll., Jamaica ; 
e. m. 1881. First Wes. Missionary to the 
Isthmus of Panama, 1888-1902. Address: 
81 Hanover St., Kingston, Jamaica. W. 

GEDEN, Rev. Alfred Shenington, M.A. (Oxon), 

D.D. (Aber.) ; b. Nov. 26, 1857, at Didsbury, 
Manchester; s. of Rev. John Dury Geden, 
D.D. Educ. Manchester Grammar School ; 
Magdalen Coll., Oxford; e. m. 1880. Hon. 
Life Governor of British and Foreign Bible 
Society ; Recognized Teacher in Theology of 
London Univ. Publications : Hebrew Exer 
cises to accompany the Hebrew Grammar of 
Gesenius-Kautzsch ; Concordance to the 
Greek Testament, 2nd edition, edited con 
jointly with the late Dr. W. F. Moulton ; 
Studies in Comparative Religion ; Studies in 
Eastern Religions ; Philosophy of the Upani- 
shads, P. Deussen, translated ; Introduction to 
the Hebrew Bible. A ddress : Wesleyan 
College, Richmond, Surrey. W. 

GEDYE, Rev. Ernest Francis, M.A. ; b. Jan. 29, 

1869, at Bristol ; s. of Francis Wyatt Gedye, 
of Bristol ; m. Sarah Saunderson, d. of Rev. 
John S. Simon, D.D. ; three s. one d. Educ. 
The Leys School, Cambridge; St. John s 
Coll., Camb. ; Richmond Coll. ; e. nt. 1893. 
Address: Wesley College, Wuchang, China. 
W. 

GEDYE, Rev. John Banfield ; b. Feb. is, 1851, 

at Devonport ; s. of Nicholas Edwin and 
Ursula Banfield Gedye; m. Mary Bishop 
Burnet, of Devonport ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Private school, Devonport ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1873. Missionary in Jamaica and Turks 
Island, 1874-87. Address: Spilsby, Lines. 
W. 

GEE, Stephen, L.C.C. Merchant Tailor. Mem 
ber of London C.C. for Haggerston Div. of 
Shoreditch ; Circuit and Church Steward ; 
Member of Publishing House, of Bowron 

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House, and Pres. of London Church Extension 
Fund Corns. Address : 123 Finsbury Pave 
ment, Condon, B.C. U. 

GELDER, Sir Alfred, M.P., J.P. ; b. May 12, 

1855, at N. Cave; s. of William Gelder, of 
N. Cave, Yorks ; m. Elizabeth Parker, of 
Hull ; three c. Educ. Private school, El- 
loughton, Birmingham. Architect. Fellow 
of Royal Inst. of Brit. Architects ; Fellow of 
Surveyor s Inst. M.P. for N. Lindsey ; J.P. 
for Hull ; Alderman of City of Hull ; Chair 
man of City licensing Com. ; Mayor of Hull 
for five years. Knighted in 1903. Local 
Preacher; has been S.S. Supt. Address: 
West Parade House, Hull. W. 

QENNER, Ernest Ely, M.A. ; b. June 2, 1877, at 
Handsworth, Birmingham ; s. of Job and 
Elizabeth Genner ; m. (1911), Margaret Fryer, 
B.A., Tutor at Southlands Training College. 
Educ. King Edward s School, Birmingham ; 
Balliol Coll., Oxford (three first classes, and 
six Univ. prizes for Classics and Gk. Test.) ; 
Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 1899-1903 ; 
Fellow (190:i), Assist. Tutor (1900), and li 
brarian (1904), of Jesus Coll., Oxford. Local 
Preachei ; Class-leader. Recreations : Hockey 
and cycling. Address : 10 Crick Road, Oxford. 
W. 

GENTLE, Philip ; b. 1840, at Wheathampstead, 
Herts ; m. 1st, Dinah Truebody ; 2nd, Louisa 
Bennett, of Ipswich. Educ. British School, 
Luton, Beds. Wholesale Warehouseman. 
Been S.S. Supt. for 44 years ; twice Rep. to 
Conference ; Foreign Mission Sec. for over 40 
years ; Member of Connexional Home Mission 
Com. and Army and Navy Board. Recrea 
tions : Photography and gardening. Ad 
dress: 9 Hobart Terrace, Plymouth. W. 

GEORGE, Edward William ; b. NOV. 23, 1872, at 

London ; s. of Edward George, of London, and 
Leytonstone, Essex; m. Alice Lilian, d. of 
Rev. Robert Morton, of Woodford, Essex; 
one s. one d. Educ. Privately. Wholesale and 
Export Bookseller and Publisher, London. 
Member of Connexional and Finance Corns, 
of S.S. Dept.; Pres. of Metropolitan Dists. 
Centre, SS.D. ; S.S. Supt. ; Sec. of Clapton 
Circuit S.S. Com. ; Member of Executive Com. 
of London Methodist Council; Land Tax 
Commissioner for County of London ; Chair 
man of Corns., West Essex Liberal Council; 
has held many church offices. Address : Lin- 
disfarne, Chingford, Essex. Clubs: National 
Liberal; Eighty. W. 

GEORGE, Rev. Silas L. ; b. NOV. 2, 1853, at 
Kidderminster ; s. of James George, of Wol- 
verhampton ; m. M. E. Woodcock, of Bury, 
Lanes; one s. one d. Educ. Darlington St. 
Wes. School, Wolverhampton ; Sunderland 
Coll. and Glasgow Univ. ; e. m. 1875. Secre 
tary of Superannuated Ministers , Widows and 
Orphans Fund. Noncon. Chaplain of Wands- 
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worth Infirmary ; Pres. Battersea S.S. Union. 
Recreations: Billiards, draughts, and chess. 
Address : 2 Marney Road, Clapham Common, 
S.W. P. 

GEORGE, Rev. William ; b. July 2, i860, at 

Liskeard ; s. of William George ; m. Margaret 
Elizabeth Helme, of Lancaster ; one s. Educ. 
Geake 3 Academy, Dobwalls ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1875. Recreation : Chess. Addresi : 
Epworth, Dudley Road, Ventnor, I. of W. W 

GIBBS, John J b. April 23, 1842, at Paulton, 
Somersetshire ; m. Charlotte Grace Lane, of 
Dalston, N.E. ; three s. four d. Educ. Paulton 
Wes. day school and Morden Hall, Surrey. 
Stock and Share Broker, now retired from 
business ; Member of London Stock Ex 
change. Class-leader ; has held various 
church offices ; Rep. to Conference ; Member 
of several Connexional Corns. ; Treas. of 
National Children s Home, London Branch. 
Address: Campbell House, Bromley, Kent. 
W. 

GIBBS, Rev. William Henry ; b. January 19, 

1859, at Great Grimsby ; s. of Captain S. 
Gibbs ; m. Frances Emily, d. of Mr. Edward 
Hill, London ; two s. Educ. Wes. day 
school, and privately ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1882. Contributor to Magazines and News 
papers. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Bodmin. W. 

GIBBS, William James ; b. March 29, 1864 ; s. 
of John Gibbs, of Bromley, Kent; m. 1st, 
1898, Ada Rose (well known as a Gospel 
soloist of London), three s. one d. ; 2nd, 
1907, Lilie Parkinson, of Doncaster. Educ. 
Wes. Coll., Taunton. For over 29 years Hon. 
Sec. and Supt. of Bromley Mission ; Member 
of Bromley Borough Council. Address: 36 
Hammelton Road, Bromley, Kent. W. 

GIBSON, Arthur Wesley ; b. Oct. 19, 1862, at 

Melton Mowbray ; s. of John Frow Gibson ; 
m. A. E. Baines, of Newark-on-Trent ; one c. 
Educ. Melton Mowbray. Draper. Circuit 
Steward. Address: Park Road, Melton 
Mowbray. W. 

GILBERT, James J b. Dec. 17, 1847, at Keg- 
worth, Leicestershire; m. Lydia L-, d. of 
Robert Groves, of Leicester ; three s. two d. 
Surveyor. Member of First London Synod 
for 18 years ; twice Rep. to Conference ; has 
held various church offices. A ddress : 32 
Northcott Avenue, Wood Green, N. W. 

GILBERT, Rev. Job ; b. Dec. 9, 1862, at Wilson, 
Leicestershire; nt. 1st, Mary, only d. of 
Abraham AUsobrook, of Burton-on-Trent ; 
2nd, Gertrude, e. d. of Charles Lathe Coseley] 
J.P., C C. ; two s. one d. Educ. Privately and 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Was appointed 
a J.P. and C.C.R. of Gambia Colony, 1888. 
Recreations: Gardening and cycling. Ad 
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GILBERT 

GILBERT, Rev. Levi, B.A., A.M., B.D., D.D., 

LL.D., Litt.D. ; b. Aug. 23, 1852, at Brooklyn, 
N.Y. ; s. of Thomas and Mary Keymer Gil 
bert ; m. 1st, Annie Louise Murphy, of 
Dixon, 111., d. 1885 (two s. two d.) ; 2nd, 
1887, Jennie Cole, of Winona, Minn, (one *. 
one d.). Educ. (Prep.) Polytechnic, Brook 
lyn, N.Y. ; Wes. Umv., Middletown, Conn. ; 
Drew Theol. Seminary, Madison, N J. ; e. m. 
1875. Pastor for 15 years in Minnesota ; 
afterwards for ten years served churches in 
Seattle (Washington), Cleveland, O., and 
New Haven, Conn. Editor since 1900 of 
Western Christian Advocate; Member of 
Social Commission, Federation of Churches ; 
Del. to Gen. Conferences, 1904, 1908, 1912 ; 
Del. to Meth. Oecumenical, 1911 ; Editor 
of Daily Christian Advocate, 1900 ; Lecturer 
on Educational and Civic Topics. Publica 
tions : Side-lights on Immortality ; Visions 
of the Christ ; Incense (Poems) ; The Here 
after and Heaven ; Power and Product. 
Addresses: Business 222 West 4th St., 
Cincinnati, Ohio ; Home Cincinnati, Madi- 
sonville. Clubs : City ; Clerical ; Round Table ; 
Cosmic ; Member of Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Fraternity. M.E. Ch. 

GILBERT, Rev. Mark P. ; b. Dec. 23, 1842, at 
Kegworth, Leicestershire ; s. of James Gil 
bert ; m. Emma Hurst, of Thringstone 
House; three s. three d. Educ. Kingstone 
Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1865. 
Address : 81 Truro Road, Wood Green, N. W, 

GILBERT, Rev. William Edwin ; b. 1865, at 

Devonport. e. m. 1886. Has been Sec. of 
Rochester and Chatham F.C.C. ; Organizing 
Sec. of Twentieth Century Temperance Cru 
sade, 1900 ; without Pastoral charge, filling 
office of Organizing Sec. to National Anti- 
Gambling league. Address : 33 Dudley 
Gardens, West Ealing, W. Office : 13 Victoria 
St., S.W., Office of the National Anti-Gambling 
League. U. 

GILL, Frank ; b. July 30, 1871, at Forton ; s. 
of George Gill ; m. Emily Hopkins, of Chard. 
Educ. Board School. Grocer s Assistant. 
Local Preacher, S.S. Supt., Circuit Steward, 
and Chapel Steward. Recreations: Gardening 
and cycling. Address: Forton, Chard, 
Somerset. W. 

GILL, Rev. William Thomas ; b. July 28, 1852, 

at Bude, Cornwall ; s. of Capt. John Gill ; m. 
1881, Emily Kate, d. of Capt. Wm. Evans, of 
Plymouth ; three s. Educ. Manadon School, 
Plymouth ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Address: Rosslyn, 44 Cowley Road, Ux- 
bridge. W. 

GILLIES, Rev. Andrew, B.A., D.D. ; b. Aug. 3, 

1870, at Glasgow, Scotland ; s. of Peter 
Gillies ; m. Martha Smith, of Hilton, N.Y. ; 
two c. Educ. Genesee Wes. Seminary, Lima, 
N.Y. ; Wes. Univ., Middletown, Conn. ; e. m. 



GOBIN 



1895. Recreation: Golf. Address: Henne- 
pin Avenue Church, Minneapolis, Minn. 
M . E. Ch. 

GILLIS, Rev. William ; b. 1851, at Gateshead- 
on-Tyne ; s. of Dixon Gillis and Isabella 
Allen ; m. Fanny Amelia, 2nd d. of John 
Royle, of Bowdon, Cheshire; three s. one d. 
e. m. 1873. Address: 1 Woodbourne Square, 
Douglas, I. of M. U. 

GLADDING, Rev. Thomas ; b. May so, 1861, at 

London ; s. of Thomas Gladding, of Messrs. 
Thrackrah & Gladding, 22 Watling St., City ; 
rn. Rosa Emmeline Sharp, of Forest Gate, E. 
( Rosa E. Gladding, Contributor to Methodist 
periodicals) ; three *. four d. Educ. City of 
London School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1883. 
Dist. Financial Sec., Lincoln, 1894-5 ; Cardiff 
and Swansea, 1901. Editor of Nottingham 
Methodist, 1895-8. Address : 90 Great King 
Street, Macclesfield. W. 

GLANVILLE, Rev. Albert Edwin ; b. NOV. n, 

1862, at Moate, Co. Westmeath, Ireland ; s. 
of late Thomas Glanville, Postmaster at 
Moate; m. Alice Browne, d. of late James 
Gregg, of Everett, Mass., U.S.A. (formerly of 
Moydrum, Athlone) ; six c. Educ. Erasmus 
Smith School, Moate ; Meth. Coll., Belfast ; 
e. m. 1893. Recreations : Cycling, reading, 
and walking. Address : The Manse, Crana- 
gill, Annaghmore, Portadown, Co. Armagh, 
Ireland. W. 

GLEGHORN, Rev. George B. ; b. Aug. 6, 1850, 

at Gateshead, Durham ; s. of Martin Gleg- 
horn, Northumberland ; m. Emma Colton, of 
Poplar, e. m. 1877. Recreations : Walking 
and cycling. Address : 4 Upton Avenue, Forest 
Gate, E. P. 

GOAD, William Vogel ; b. Sept. 29, i860, at 

Camberwell, London ; s. of Charles Goad ; 
m. 1st, 1889, Elizabeth Ellen Morgan, sister of 
Revs. J. H. and E. Morgan ; 2nd 1897, Emily 
Seymour Jones, d. of Edward William Jones, 
of Cheetham Hill, Manchester ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Elm House under Dr. Ireland ; Gran- 
ville House, St. Margaret s, Twickenham, 
under Mr. Edward Rush, B.A. Builder and 
Contractor. Hon. Sec. of Country Holiday 
Fund of Metropolitan Districts Centre of Wes. 
Meth. S.S. ; Hon. Treas. of London Wes. Cricket 
League and of London Methodist Council ; 
Circuit, Society, and Poor Steward ; Class- 
leader ; Sec. and Treas. of Trustees ; S.S. 
Supt. ; seven times Rep. to Conference ; 
Member of several Connexional Corns. Ad 
dress : 241 Camberwell Road, London. W. 

GOBIN, Rev. Hillary Asbury, A.B., A.M., D.D., 

LL.D. ; b. March 25, 1842, at Terre Haute, 
Indiana ; s. of Calvin and Jane Eliza (Gray) 
Gobin ; m. 1st, 1871, Florence A. Orrill (d. 
1891) ; 2nd, 1895, Mrs. Clara F. Beals; one d. 
Educ. The Indiana Asbury Univ. (nowDePauw 
Univ.) at Greencastle, Indiana; e m. 1869, 

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GOODWIN 



In Union Army, War of Rebellion, 1862-5 ; in 
the pastorate, 1870-80 ; Prof, of Greek in De 
Pauw Univ., 1880-6; Pres. of Baker Univ., 
1886-90 ; Dean De Pauw School of Theology, 
1890-5 ; Pres. of De Pauw Univ., 1895-1903 ; 
Vice-Pres. of De Pauw Univ., 1903 to present 
time ; Member of Gen. Conferences, 1892, 
1896, 1900, and 1912, Oecumenical Confer 
ence, 1901. Recreation: Horseback riding. 
Address: Greencastle, Indiana. M.E. Ch. 

GODBEY, Rev. Victor Ammiel ; b. May 3, 1868, 

at Lexington, Missouri, U.S.A. ; s. of W. C. 
and Mrs. C. M. Godbey; m. Mrs. Emma Mosley, 
of Lufkin, Texas ; one stepson, Thos. Jefferson 
Mosley, Rhodes Scholar (1908-11), St. John s 
Coll., Oxford. Educ. School of M.E. Ch., South, 
Morrisville Coll., Morrisville, Missouri; e. m. 
1887. Conference leader in educational work ; 
State Pres. and leader in interdenominational 
S.S. work, and writer for S.S. periodicals; 
twice a Member of Gen. Conference of the 
M.E. Church South ; twice elected by Bishops 
a delegate to the Oecumenical Conference of 
Methodism ; serving in leading charges of 
denomination in the State ; Editor of S.S. 
page of Church paper in State ; whole ministry 
has been in Texas ; for ten years Sec. of Edu 
cation in Conference ; Conference Sec. of S.S., 
and Pastor of Travis Park M.E. Church South, 
San Antonio; has been almost constantly 
a trustee of Colls, in the denomination ; a 
Trustee of Vanderbilt Univ. in Nashville, 
Tenn., and of San Antonio Female Coll., San 
Antonio, Texas; was given charge of de 
nominational interests in the world-famed 
city of Beaumont after famous oil discovery 
and introduced Institutional Church work 
there, building large church and leaving a | 
membership of 1,100 after four years work ; 
special record as organizer and church-builder. 
Recreations : Rowing and driving. Address : 
Travis Park M.E. Church, South San Antonio, 
Texas. M.E. Ch. S. 

GODFREY, John, C.C., J.P. ; b. Aug. 10, 1857, 
at Carlton, Notts ; s. of John Godfrey ; m. 
Emma Keywood, of Carlton ; five s. two d. 
Educ. Carlton. Lace Manufacturer. Member 
of School Board 12 years ; C.C. in 1901 ; 
Magistrate in 1906 ; Member of Notts Educa 
tion Com. since 1902. Young Men s Bible 
Class ; Class-leader ; Circuit Missionary Sec. ; 
Connexional Treas. for Home Mission Fund. 
Address : Park House, Carlton, Notts. U. 

GOLDSWORTHY, William Lean ; b. May 6, 

1857 ; s. of Thomas Goldsworthy ; m. Agnes 
K. Hannah, of Aberdare ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Ysgol Comin, Aberdare. Merchant. Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference three times ; 
Local Preacher; Dist. Treas. of General 
Children s Fund. Recreation: Horticulture. 
Address: Dairy, Clytha Park, Newport, Mon. 
W. 

GOODELL, Rev. Charles L., A.M., D.D. ; b. 

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July 31, 1854, at Dudley, Mass. ; s. of Warren 
and Clarinda Healy Goodell ; m. Mary F. 
Goodner, d. of Samuel and Francis Blair ; 
five c. Educ. Nichols Academy and Williston 
Seminary ; Boston Univ. ; e. m. 1879. Lect. 
at Colleges and Chautauquas; since 1903 
Pastor of Calvary Church, New York City. 
Publications : My Mother s Bible ; The Drill- 
master of Methodism ; The Price of Soul- 
winning ; Pathways to the Best ; Pastoral 
and Personal Evangelism ; Heralds of a 
Passion ; Followers of the Gleam ; &c. Ad 
dress: 136 West 130 St., New York City. 
M.E. Ch. 

GOODMAN, Rev. Charles Henry ; b. Sept. 22, 

1854, at Burton-on-Trent ; $. of David Good 
man and Mary Jane Jeffrey. Educ. Private and 
Christ Church schools; U.M. Coll. and 
Owens Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1879. For 12 
years Missionary in Sierra Leone, W. Africa ; 
captive eight weeks, Hut-tax Rebellion, 1898. 
Address : Mount Hermon, Heathfield Avenue, 
Crewe. U. 

GOODMAN, Rev. John Henry ; b. Aug. 2, 1847, 

at Wroxton, Oxon ; s. of William Goodman ; 
m. Sarah Austen, of Marden, Kent ; three s. 
four d. Educ. Banbury Boarding School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1870. For more than 
20 years wrote International Sunday-School 
Lesson for Methodism ; elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1906 ; Del. to American Conference, 
1908, and to Oecumenical Conference, Toronto, 
1911. Publications : The lordship of Christ ; 
Chambers of Imagery ; portions of Methodist 
Commentary ; Homiletical Commentary on 
Nehemiah ; &c. Address: 39 Parkhill Road, 
Hampstead, N.W. W. 

GOODWILL, Rev. Fred ; b. Feb. 20, 1874, at 

Helperby, York ; s. of Thomas Goodwill. 
m. Alice, e. d. of Alfred Haynes, of Oldhill, 
Staffs ; one s. two d. Educ. National school, 
Helperby, York ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 
1897. Joined Mysore Dist. 1897 ; two years 
English work on Kolar Gold Field ; from 1899 
in Bangalore Tamil Circuit. Recreations : 
Photography, riding, shooting, and tennis. 
Address: 24 Bishopsgate, London, E.G. W. 

GOODWIN, Rev. Henry William ; b. April 2, 

1867, at Docking, Norfolk; s. of George 
Goodwin, of Docking, Norfolk ; m. Jennie, 
d. of Robert Raine, of Johannesburg ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Docking National school and 
privately ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1892. 
Remained two years; Volunteered for work 
in the Transvaal, 1894 ; Johannesburg, 1895- 
99; Pretoria, 1899-1903, right through the 
war period; ministered to British refugees 
and prisoners of war; for the latter was 
specially thanked by Lord Roberts ; men 
tioned in dispatches, and received Queen s 
medal and clasp. Address : Wesleyan Mission 
House, 24 Bishopsgate, London, E.G. ; after 
February, c/o Box 279, Pretoria. W. 



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GOODWIN, Rev. Walter Thomas; b. Oct. o, 

1869, at Docking, Norfolk ; s. of George 
Goodwin ; m. Wly, d. of Aid. Jabez Cope, of 
Walsall ; one s. Stud, at Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1895. Recreation: Tennis. Address: 
P.O. Box 33, Jeppestown, Transvaal. W. 

GORLE, Thomas Henry, J.P. ; b. Feb. l, 1833 ; 

s. of Thomas and Mary Gorle, of Droitwich ; 
m. Maria Hunt, of Ockee Hill, Tipton ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Private school, Bromsgrove, 
and Queen s Coll., Taunton. J.P. for Wednes- 
bury ; was for many years with the Firm of 
Wm. Hunt & Sons, Chemical Manufacturers. 
I^ocal Preacher, Society Steward, &c. ; Sec. 
of ly.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. and one of its 
Trustees ; Member of I^.P. Connexional 
Com. ; Rep. to Conference, 1896, 1900 ; been 
Pres. of Wednesbury F.C.C. Address: The 
Beeches, Wednesbury. W. 

GORRIE, William; b. March 16, 1848, at 
Aberdeen, Scotland ; s. of William Gorrie ; m. 
Rebecca Oram, of Rotherhithe; two s. three 
d. Educ. Aberdeen and St. Olave s School and 
Duke of Bedford School, Rotherhithe. Ship 
builder. Manager of Ship-yard ; has been 
Councillor of Bermondsey Borough Council, 
and also Artillery Volunteer and Captain of 
Boys Brigade. Society and Chapel Steward 
and Treasurer of Chapel Trust; Rep. to 
Condon Methodist Council ; Circuit Steward ; 
S.S. Supt. and Sec. for 30 years. Address: 
Nelson Dock House, Rotherhithe St., S.E. 
W. 

GOSSELIN, Thomas Arthur ; b. Oct. 20, 1872, 

at Guernsey ; s. of Thos. George and Martha 
Gosselin ; m. I^illie Sackett, of Guernsey. 
Educ. States Secondary School. Manager of 
Charroterie Steam-roller Flour Mills and 
Steam -sawing and Planing Mills and Bakeries. 
Supt. of St. Martin s Mission Hall and School ; 
IfOcal Preacher and Circuit Steward; Rep. 
to Conference, 1911. Recreations: Amateur 
photography. Address: Ia Colline, Ville au 
Roi, Guernsey. W. 
GOSTICK, Rev. John C.W. ; b. May 21, 1846, at 

Bangalore, S. India ; s. of Rev. John Gostick ; 
m. Emily Trevan, d. of Rev. Matthew Trevan 
Male ; five c. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1869. Missionary in 
Mysore, S. India, 1869-79 ; Chairman of Hull 
Dist. 1898-1900, Nottingham and Derby Dist. 
1900-1903, York Dist. 1906-9; elected to 
I<egal Hundred, 1906. Address : Wesley Villa, 
Buxton. W. 
GOUDIE, Rev. James ; b. Dec. 24, 1861, at 

Channerwick, Shetland Isles ; s. of William 
Goudie, Consett, Durham ; m. Maud, d. of 
late W. B. Stephens, of Tottenham, N. ; two s. 
one d. Educ. National school; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Served as a Missionary 
in the W. Indian Islands, also in Continental 
India. Address : Wesley Manse, Tiviot Dale, 
Stockport, W. 



GOUDIE, Rev. William ; b. May 1857, at Chan- 
nerwick, Shetland; s. of William Goudie; 
m. Elizabeth, d. of John Routledge, of 
Consett; three s. two d. Educ. Private 
schools; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Mis 
sionary in S. India, 1881-1906 ; Elected to 
Iegal Hundred, 1907 ; Appointed Sec. of 
Centenary Movement of Missionary Soc. 1909. 
Address: Wes. Mission House, 24 Bishopsgate, 
Condon, E.G. W. 

GOULD, Rev. George Chambers; b. Dec. 14, 

1872, nr. Taunton ; s. of late Joseph Gould, 
of Williton ; m. Caroline E. Buckingham, of 
Sidcup ; two s. Educ. Watchet Wes. day 
school; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1896. Ad 
dress : Devonshire Avenue, Beeston, Notts. W. 



GOULD, Rev. John ; b. Sept. is, i860, 

hore, nr. Barnstaple ; s. of George Avery 
Gould, great-grandson of Blackmore s famous 
hero, John Ridd, of I/>rna Doone ; m. Mary 
Caroline Baines, of Hanley, Staffs; three . 
four d. Educ. Southmolton ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1874. Chairman of East Anglia Dist. 
1891 ; elected to I,egal Hundred, 1902 ; served 
the South African Conference from 1904 to 
1909 as Supt. of three Durban Circuits 
English, Native, and Indian; Pres. Durban 
Church Council, 1907 ; received special thanks 
of Mayor and Corporation for services ren 
dered in the government of the natives. /?- 
creation: Golf. Address: 1 Clipstone Avenue, 
Nottingham. W. 

GRAHAM, Rev. John Wellington, B.A., D.D. ; 

b. March 29, 1871, at Clinton, Ont., Canada ; 
s. of Rev. James Graham, g.s. of Rev. Wel 
lington Jeffers, D.D. ; m. Julia McGeary, of 
Brantford, Ont. ; two s. Educ. I^ondon 
Collegiate; Toronto Univ. ; Victoria Theol. 
Coll.; e. m. 1896. Pastor of St. James Meth. 
Church, Montreal, Quebec, also First Church, 
I^ndon, Ont. ; appointed Gen. Sec. of Educa 
tion of Meth. Church, Canada, 1907. Re 
creations : Athletics in general. Address : 
17 Wells St., Toronto, Canada. C. 

GRAHAM, Rev. Joseph Newton ; b. Jan. 8, 1878, 

at Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of late Rev. R. 
Graydon Graham ; m. I<ou, d. of late Richard 
Anderson, of Middlesbrough. Educ, Middles 
brough High School ; e. m. 1897. Address : 
Heathfield, 100 Elwick Road, West Hartle- 
pool. P. 

QRANDIN, Francis Philip ; b. NOV. 20, 1842, at 
St. Heliers, Jersey ; m. Anne Benest, of Jersey ; 
four d. Educ. Victoria Coll., Jersey. Iron 
Founder and Merchant. Circuit Steward since 
1875 ; Member of Conferences and Corns, for 
several years. Recreation : Reading. Ad- 
dress : The Magnolias, Regent Road, Jersey. 
U. 

GRANT, Rev. Jonathan ; b. July 12, 1849, at 

St. Nicholas, Margate ; s. of Jonathan Grant, 
of St. Nicholas, Margate ; m. F. Alicia Conyers, 

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of Kingstown, St. Vincent, W.I. ; two s. two d 
Educ. St. Nicholas ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m 
1875. laboured in Barbados, St. Vincent 
Turks Island, and Jamaica, and now the old 
est English Missionary in active service in 
the W. Indies. Recreations : Printing anc 
carpentering. Address: Highbury Grove 
Morant Bay, Jamaica. W. 

GRATTON, Rev. Joseph Bretnor; b. June 6 

1857, at Bakewell ; s. of James Gratton ; m 
Mary, e. d. of Ezra Riley, of Birmingham ; 
two s. one d. Stud. Richmond Coll. ; e. m 
1881. Address: Annfield Plain, Co. Durham 
W. 

GRAVES, Rev. Geo. ; b. Dec. 20, 1857, at 
Louth, Lines ; s. of Abraham Graves ; m, 
Annie Baker, of Leeds ; one s. three d. Educ 
National school, Louth ; e. m. 1878. Publi 
cations : Young People and the Churches ; 
Billy s Way to Heaven, &c. Recreations : 
Walking, &c. Address: Kelvin Villa, 
Chippinghouse Road, Sheffield. U. 

GRAY, Rev. Arthur; b. April 10, 1869, at 

Bridlington ; s. of Francis and M. J. Gray ; 
m. Annie Olley, of Leamington. Educ. 
Private and Wes. school ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1893. Address: 60 Burford Road, 
Notts. W. 

GREAVES, Rev. J. George ; ft. Aug 10, 1856, 

at Birstall, Leeds ; s. of George Greaves, 
Twine Manufacturer, Craven House, Gomersal, 
Leeds ; m. Amy Florence Mabel, d. of Alderman 
Blackall, J.P., Ex- Mayor of Devonport. Educ. 
Leeds Mechanic Inst. and Bank House Aca 
demy, Keighley ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
Been Financial Sec. of Devonport and Ply 
mouth Dist. ; Dist. Chapel Sec. of 2nd Lon- 
don, Birmingham and Shrewsbury Dists. ; Sec. 
of Conference Arrangements Executive; &c. 
Publications : Methodism in the City of the 
Proto-Martyr and St. Albans Circuit ; Chapel 
Affairs re District Synods. Address : Beech 
House, Moorgate, Rotterham. W. 

GREEN, DAVIS; b. June 9, 1880, at Man 
chester ; s. of Dr. Waif or d Green ; m. Annie 
Hilda Champion, of Blackheath, London. 
Educ. Leys School, Camb. Manufacturer. 
Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Cardiff Conference, 
1911. Recreations : Golf, tennis, and cricket. 
Address : Ash Hill, Wolverhampton. W. 

GREEN, Francis A. J b. Nov. 1863, at Worlaby, 
Lines ; s. of Francis Green ; m. Marian Howell, 
of Holbeach ; two c. Educ. Grimsby and 
Westminster Coll. Schoolmaster. Mayor of 
the Borough, 1910-12. Class-leader, Trustee, 
and Chapel Steward; Pres. of Cornwall 
County Teachers Assoc. Recreation : Horti 
culture. Address :L,ost\vithie[, Cornwall. W. 

GREEN, George J b. Jan. 24, 1822, at Horbury, 

Yorks ; s. of Christianus Green ; m. Mary 

Stringer, of Horbury ; three s. three d. Educ. 

Horbury. Local Preacher, Class-leader ; has 

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filled various church offices. Address: Higti- 
fields, Horbury, nr. Wakefield. W. 
GREEN, Sir George, Kt. (cr. 1911), J.P. ; b. 

Dec. 15, 1843, at Stockport ; s. of Thomas 
Green ; m. Jane Heywood, of Stockport ; 
two s. six d. Educ. St. Thomas s School, 
Stockport. Inspector for Scotland of Pru 
dential Assur. Co. For 18 years a Member of 
Lanarkshire C.C., and has been Vice-Convenor 
and also Convenor of that Council; J.P. for 
Lanarkshire ; Chairman of Liberal Assoc. 
of Scotland ; Cha irman of Executive, Scottish 
Band of Hope Union ; Local Preacher for 50 
years; has been Vice- Pres. of Prim. Meth. 
Conference. Address: Methven, Balsha- 
gray Avenue, Partick, Glasgow. Clubs : 
National Liberal, London ; Scottish Liberal, 
Edinburgh; Glasgow Liberal Club. P. 

GREEN, George William ; b. Oct. 22, 1859. 

at Horbury ; s. of George Green, Highfields, 
Horbury ; m. Fanny, d. of J . S. Miers, The 
Grove, Scarcroft, nr. Leeds ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Leeds and Wakefield. Wool and Cotton 
Broker. West Riding C.C. Rep. to the Wake- 
field Board of Charities ; Governor of Wake- 
field Grammar School and Girls High School. 
Local Preacher and Class-leader for 20 years ; 
S.S. Supt. ; Rep. to Conference, 1894, 1909, 
1910, and 1911 ; Member of Connexional and 
Dist. Synod Class-leaders Com. A ddress : Elm 
Lodge, Horbury, nr. Wakefield. W. 

GREEN, Rev. James ; ft. May 18, 1849, at Bun- 
bury, Cheshire ; s. of John Green ; m. Frances 
Cowap, of Bunbury ; four c. Educ. The Al- 
dersey Grammar School, Bunbury ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1872. Address: Wycar, Bedale. 
W. 

GREEN, Rev. Reuben William ; b. June 16, 1869, 

at Falmouth ; s. of Reuben Green ; m. Selena 
Jessica Blewett Broadway, of Falmouth two 
d. Educ. Falmouth British school ; Shebbear 
Coll., Devon ; e. m. 1892. Publication : 
Notes on Free Church Doctrines. Address : 
Endsleigh, Kingsbridge, Devon. C7. 

GREEN, Rev. Thomas, M.A., B.D. ; b. March 10, 

1879, at Toronto, Ont. ; s. of James and Ann 
Green; m. Grace E., d. of Rev. E. S. Miles, 
of New York, U.S.A. ; one d. Educ. Toronto 
and New York ; Univ. of Toronto ; Victoria 
Coll., Toronto; Columbia Univ., New York 
City, U.S.A. ; e. m. 1906. Gold Medallist iu 
Philosophy, and Gov.-Gen. s Silver Medallist, 
Victoria Coll., 1902 ; Fellow in Philosophy, 
Columbia, 1907-8. Recreations: Tennis, 
cycling, and walking. Address: Cedar Cot 
tage, P.O., Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. C. 

GREEN, William Frank ; b. 1862, at Handsworth, 
Birmingham ; s. of William Fiddian Green ; 
m. Jessie, y. d. of Henry Griffith, Handsworth ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Edgbaston Proprietary 
School. Metal Merchant. Chairman of 



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W. F. Green & Sons, Ltd. Class-leader; 
Dist. Treas. Aged Ministers Fund ; Member of 
Connexional and Dist. Corns., &c. Address : 
Glendale, Handsworth Wood, Staffs. Club : 
Clef (Musical and Social). W. 

GREENLAND, Rev. William Kingscote; b. 

Brierley Hill, Staffs, 1868 ; s. of James and 
Louisa Greenland ; m. Florence, 3rd d. of W. 
Lock, of King s Lynn, Norfolk ; one d. Educ. 
King Edward s Grammar School, Coventry ; 
Kingswood School ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 
1890. Was Hon. Chap, at Dartmoor Prison ; 
lecturer and writer on Prison Life and Penal 
Reform, &c. ; nom de plume, W. Scott King. 
Publications : Heavens of Brass ; Behind the 
Granite Gateway ; The Seekers ; &c. ; Editor 
of The Young Man. Recreation : Walking. 
Addresses : Dove Cottage, 20 St. John s Road, 
Golders Green, N.W. ; 4 Ludgate Circus, E.C. 
Club : National liberal. W. 
QREENSMITH, Joe ; b. NOV. 22, 1847, at Hinch- 
cliffe Mill, nr. Holmfirth ; s. of Hobson Green- 
smith ; m. Mary Jane, d. of Jonathan Battye ; 
two d. Educ. Holmfirth Wes. day school. 
Rep. of T. Collinson & Sons, Ltd., for 32 years. 
Local Preacher since 1870 ; S.S. Supt., Class- 
leader, &c. ; Sec. to leaders and L.P. Meetings ; 
Sec. to Branch of L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. since 
1886 ; has been Poor, Soc., and Circuit 
Stewards ; Member of Dist. Synod S.S. 
Com. ; a Member of the Gen. Corn, of L.P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. ; Trustee of Ward s Cottage 
Home, and of Watson s Charity Trust. Ad 
dress : 6 Park View, Halifax. W. 

GREENWOOD, Rev. Charles ; b. March 2, 1865, 

at Silsden, nr. Keighley ; s. of A. and M. Green 
wood ; m. F. A. Nowell, of Cowling, nr. 
Keighley ; three s. one d. Educ. Trade and 
Grammar School, Keighley; U.M. Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1886. Address : Wood- 
ville, Yeadon, nr. Leeds. U. 
GREENWOOD, Fred. ; b. April 25, 1865, at 

Colne, Lanes ; s. of Robert Greenwood ; m. 
Mary, t.d. of James Stansfield, of Colne ; two 
s. Educ. George Street Wes. school, Colne; 
Westminster Training Coll. Schoolmaster, 
Circuit Steward, &c. ; Bolton Dist. S.S. Sec. ; 
Rep. to Sheffield and Bradford Conference. 
Co-opted on Connexional S.S. Com. at Brad 
ford Conference; Member of Town Council 
until passing of Education Act, 1902. Ad 
dress : Laurel Bank, Park Avenue, Nelson, 
Lanes. W. 

GREENWOOD, Rev. W. ; b. Dec. 13, 1843, at 
Todmorden ; s. of Y. Greenwood ; m. Miss A. 
Pritchard, of Halifax ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Primary School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1869. 
Address : The Cottage, Townend, Caterham, 
Surrey. W. 

GREEVES, Rev. Edward ; b. 1871, at Peckham ; 
s. of Rev. Frederic Greeves, D.D. ; m. Mabel 
Barnsley Amphlet, of Edgbaston ; two s. 



one d. Educ. Stationers School, London; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1894. Address: The 
Manse, Enville Road, Bowdon, Altrincham. 
W. 

QREEVES, Rev. John Henry ; b. NOV. 17, 1863, 

at Bradford, Yorks ; s. of Rev. Frederic 
Greeves, D.D. ; m. Kate Lilian (died the fol 
lowing year), d. of W. Forster, of Middles 
brough and Redcar ; one d. Educ. Kings- 
wood and Woodhouse Grove Schools ; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Member of Mis 
sionary Com. and Guild Council ; Sec. of 
Southport Convention. Address: Wesley 
House, Castlemere St., Rochdale. W. 

GREGORY, Arthur ; b. Dec. 1862, at Wolver- 
hampton ; s. of Charles Gregory ; m. Annie, 

d. of Jonathan Souster, of Bow Brickhill, 
Bucks; one s. Educ. Westminster Training 
Coll. Schoolmaster. Local Preacher since 
1883 ; Class-leader since 1886 ; Member of 
Wesley Guild Central Council ; Pres. of London 
Dist. Wesley Guilds, 1909-10; Pres. Hants 
Teachers Assoc. 1909-10 ; Member of 
Council of Workers Educational Assoc. ; 
Leader of Aldershot Brotherhood; Sec. of 
Aldershot United Temperance Council; Lec 
turer on S.S. Work (S.S. Union.) Recreations : 
Walking, cycling, and gardening. Address: 
Merridale, Cranmore Lane, Aldershot. W. 

GREGORY, Rev. Arthur Edwin, D.D. ; b. Nov. 

30, 1853, at Southampto* ; s. of Rev. Ben 
jamin Gregory, D.D. ; m. Lydia, d. of James 
Vivian, of Padstow ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Manchester Grammar School, and Clapham ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. President s Assist. 
1879 ; elected to Legal Hundred, 1906; Vice- 
Principal of National Children s Home, i898, 
Principal, 1900 ; established Union for Biblical 
and Homiletic Study, 1892 ; one of Sees, of 
Meth. Hymn-Book Com. 1901 ; Fernley Lec 
turer, 1904. Publications : Christian Childhood ; 
Hymn-Book of the Modern Church (Fernley 
Lecture) ; Notes on Children s Act ; Care 
and Cure of Consumptive Children; Editor 
of Preacher s Magazine, 1890-1910 ; Helps 
Heavenward, Books for Bible Students, 
Young People s Hymnal ; Harpenden Hymnal. 
Recreation: Chess. Addresses: National Chil 
dren s Home, Bonner Road, N.E. (T. 931, 
Dalston) ; Principal s Lodge, Harpenden, 
Herts (T. 39, Harpenden). W. 

GREGORY, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Jan. 18, 1876, at 

Torrington, Devon ; s. of John Robinson 
Gregory. Educ. Douglas Grammar School and 
Kingswood School, Bath ; Didsbury Coll. ; 

e. m. 1898. Member of Salford Board of 
Guardians, Education Sub-Corn., Distress 
Com., &c. ; Supt. of Huddersfield Mission. 

Address: 4 Melrose Terrace, Bradley Lane, 
Huddersfield. W. 

GREGORY, Henry George, J.P. ; b. at Fisherton 
Mills, Salisbury ; s. of George Gregory ; m, 

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twice. Educ. Queenwood Coll., Hants, and 
Rev. J. O. Jackson s, Ringwood. J.P. of City 
of New Sarum, Salisbury; Pres. of F.C.C. 
1900 ; Vice-Pres. Temperance Assoc. ; Mem 
ber of Infirmary Management Com. ; Member 
of City Council 1891-1905, and of City Bench 
1893; Mayor, 1900-1 ; Director of Salisbury 
Times Co., I,td. Trustee of U.M.C. ; S.S. 
Supt. since 1870; Circuit Sec.; Treas. of 
Portsmouth U.M. Dist. ; Del. to Methodist 
Oecumenical Conference, Washington, 1891. 
Recreation : Entomology. Address : Westleigh, 
27 Churchfields, Salisbury. U. 

GREGORY, Rev. John Robinson; 6. July 6, 

1848, in lyondon; s. of Benjamin Gregory. 
D.D. ; g.s. of Benjamin Gregory (e. m. 1799), 
great g.s. of Ed. Towler (e. m. 1794); m. 
Caroline Plommer, of Bough ton Blean, Kent ; 
four s. one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
School ; e. m. 1865. On Board of Examiners 
since 1879. Publications: Theological Stu 
dent ; Coming of the King ; Scripture Truth 
made Simple; Illustrations of Fulfilled 
Prophecy ; A Student s History of Methodism, 
2 vols.; Tracts on Apostolical Succession, 
Plymouth Brethrenism, &c. ; Autobio 
graphical Recollections of Benjamin Gregory 
(edited, &c.) ; Farrar s Biblical Dictionary 
(revised and enlarged) ; numerous Review and 
Magazine Articles. Recreation : Chess. Ad 
dress : 46 Minstead Road, Gravely Hill Road, 
Birmingham. W, 

GREGORY, Rev. Walter Henry ; b. at Exwick, 

Exeter ; s. of William Gregory, of Exeter ; m. 
Eleanor Caroline, d. of Rev. John Killick ; 
four d. Educ. King s I^dge Coll., Exeter; 
Didsbury Coll. ; t. m. 1877. Recreations : The 
violin, and the collecting of early Methodist 
publications. Address : 3 Connaught Park 
Gardens. Frith Road, Dover. W. 

GRIEVES, Rev. Ralph Ernest ; b. Feb. 4, 1872, 

at Towlaw, Durham ; s. of David Grieves, 
of Wellington, Durham; m. Martha, d. of 
George I<ewis, J.P., of Weston, Crewe ; two d. 
Educ. National School, Willington ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1893, and immediately proceeded 
to Madras D^st., India. Recreation : Photo 
graphy. A ddress : Hawthorns, Conisborough, 
Rotherham. W. 

GRIFFIN, Rev. Charles Edward; b. April 4, 

1848, at Dundry, nr. Bristol; s. of Joseph 
Griffin, of Bristol ; m. Elizabeth Capel, 2nd d. 
of Alderman Fidler, of Newbury ; two s. two 
d. Educ. Somerset House School, Bristol ; 
Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1871. Pres. of 
Stourbridge F.C.C. 1904. Recreations: Car 
pentry and chess. Address: Caversliam, 
Reading. W. 

GRIFFIN, Rev. William Robert ; b. 1855, in 

Condon; m. I<illie, d. of David S. Osment, 
Colonial Engineer, of St. Vincent, W. Indies ; 
three s. four d. Eiuc. Greenwich Preparatory 



GROVE 

School ; Richmond Coll. ; c . m. 1879. Served 
for 20 years in W. Indies ; was Book Steward 
and Financial Sec. of the Eastern Conference 
at the close of his W. Indian Ministry ; was 
11 years in the Home work ; Financial Sec. of 
the Lincoln and Hull Dists.; at present 
Chairman of the Gold Coast Dist., W. Africa. 
Address: Cape Coast Castle, W. Africa. W. 

GRIFFITH, Isaac Clark ; b. Jan. 3, 1850, at 

Bermondsey, S.E. ; s. of Wm. Peter Griffith ; 
m. 1st, 1872, Magdalena, d. of N. Kindestrom, 
Burgomaster of Upsala, Sweden (four s. one 
d.) ; 2nd, 1887, Aurora, d. of C. S5derberg, 
also of Upsala, Sweden (two s. two d.). Educ. 
Privately. Chairman of Directors of W. P. 
Griffith & Sons, Ltd., Printers and Stationers. 
Class-leader ; has been Poor, Society, and 
Circuit Steward, and Hon. Organist at Brent 
ford, Sydenham, and Upper Norwood Chapels ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1890 ; Director of Queens- 
wood School, Ltd. Recreation : Organ music. 
Address: St. Eric s, Upper Norwood, S.E. 
Club : Royal Automobile. T. Sydenham, 
1408. W. 

GRIFFITHS, Rev. William ; b. at Clunbury, 
Salop ; s. of William Griffiths, Clunbury ; m. 
Mary, d. of Anthony Lough, C.E., of Sheffield ; 
one s. e. m. 1867. Financial Sec. of Lincoln 
and Leeds Dists. ; Chairman of Whitby and 
Darlington Dist. 1896-8. Publications : Pre 
cepts for Preachers; Sermon Songs. Re 
creations : Music, travel, and gardening. 
Address: Avon Bank House, Evesham. W. 

GRIMSHAW, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 16, 1850 ; m. 
1881, Mary, d. of T. J. Fear, of Staines, 
Middlesex ; two s. three d. Stud. Richmond 
Coll. Missionary to British Guiana, 1877-85 ; 
Chap, and Gen. Supt. at Gibraltar, 1885-90. 
Address: The Manse, Talbot Road, South- 
port. W. 

GROOM, Rev. Cecil Frederick ; b. NOV. 27, 1867, 

at Wellington, Salop ; s. of late Richard Groom, 
J.P., C.A., of Dothill Park, Wellington, Salop ; 
m. 1892, Ethel, d. of late Rev. Joseph Bentley ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Park Hurst School, Buxton ; 
e. m. 1894. For ten years in business in the 
timber trade. Recreation: Walking. Ad 
dress : Victoria Road, Morley, Leeds. W. 

GROVE, Rev. John William, M.A., LL.B. ; b. 

Nov. 10, 1868, at Wandilogong ; s. of Rev. 
Thomas Grove, Ex-Pres. of Victoria and 
Tasmania Meth. Conference ; m. D. Blanche 
Galloway, of Launceston, Tas. ; four s. Educ. 
State School and Wesley Coll., Melbourne 
(State School Exhibitioner, Draper & Powell 
Scholar, Wesley Coll.) ; Trin. and Queen s 
Coll., Melbourne (Scholar of Queen s Coll.); 
e. m. 1891. Member of Australasian Gen. 
Conference, 1910 ; Organizing Sec. of Victoria 
and Tasmania Meth. S.S. Department. Re 
creation: Cycling. Address: Ivanhoe, Vic 
toria, Australia. A. 



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GROVES, William ; b. Aug. 4, 1853, at Stepney ; 
s. of Henry Groves ; m. Mary Jane Squire, of 
Great Torrington, Devon ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Middlesex National schools. Stationer. Rep. 
to Confer ence,1906, 1909 ; has held many offices 
in connexion with the lyondon E. Mission ; 
Member of the 1st I^ondon Dist. Temperance 
and P.M. Corns. ; much engaged in municipal 
and local social work. Address : 77 Demp- 
sey St., Stepney, E. W. 

GRUBB, Arthur Page ; b. 1871, at Gomersall ; 
s. of the Rev. John H. Grubb ; m. 1 904, to d. of 
A. E. Reed, Esq., J.P. ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Bradford Grammar School. Assist.-Editor of 
The Methodist Times since 1898. S.S. Supt. 
Publications : I<ife of Rt. Hon. John Burns, 
M.P. ; Cycling on the Great North Road ; 
Chapter on Housing in The Citizen of 
To-morrow; Edited Autobiography of 
Henry Broadhurst; many Articles and 
Stories in leading Magazines and Newspapers. 
Recreations : Golf, foreign travel. Address : 
Greenways, Danes Hill, Woking, Surrey. W. 

GRUBB, Rev. James ; b. May is, isec, at coi- 

chester, Essex ; s. of John Grubb, of Hythe, 
Kent ; m. Jessie, d. of Joseph Reid, Liverpool 
(Southlands, 1887-8) ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Hythe Military School; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1889. To co-operate in the establish 
ment of the Central Mission, Belfast, trans 
ferred to Irish Conference, 1890 ; Rep. to 
English Conference, 1904 ; Chairman of Sligo 
Synod, 1906. Address : 80 Holywood Road, 
Belfast. W. 

GUARD, Rev. Wesley ; b. Dec. 23, 1839, at New- 
town, I,imavaddy, Co. Derry ; s. of Rev. 
William Guard ; m. Hannah M., d. of William 
Perrott, of Cork ; two s. six d. Educ. Public 
school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1862. Elected 
to lyegal Hundred, 1891 ; Chairman of Belfast 
Dist. ; twice Vice-Pres. of Irish Conference ; 
Del. from Irish Conference to General M.E. 
Conference, America ; Treas. of H.A.W. Mis 
sionary Soc. Address: Florence Ville House, 
Ormeau Road, Belfast. W. 

GUEST, Rev. George Arthur, M.A., U,.D. ; b. 

Sept. 28, 1857, at Burslem ; s. of Samuel 
Guest, of Hall Green, Cheshire; m. 1st (1887), 
Marion, d. of W. G. Cowlishaw, of Manchester 
and Southport; one d. ; 2nd (1911), I,ilian 
Hattie, rf. of Walter Hunt Feltham, of 



Bermondsey and Sutton, Surrey. Educ. Pri 
vate school, Burslem ; Trinity Coll., Dublin ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Chap, to Sir 
Charles Wakefield, Sheriff of the City of 
Condon, 1907-8 ; presented at Court, Feb. 19, 
1908. Address : 1 Burton Crescent, Head- 
ingley, Tweeds. W. 

GULLIFORD, Rev. Henry ; b. NOV. 15, 1852, 

at Wheddon Cross, Dunster, Somerset; s. 
of Robert Gulliford ; m. Mary Margaret 
Pearson, of Highgate, I^ondon. Stud, at 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1876. In 1877 went to 
Mysore Dist., India, with which he has been 
connected ever since ; was for some years Sec. 
of Dist. Synod ; Sec. of S. India Provincial 
Synod, 1896-8, 1901-5, 1911 ; Chairman, 
1907 ; is Editorial Sec. of Bangalore Tract and 
Book Soc., and Sec. of Mysore Branch of tha 
Christian literature Soc.; was elected a 
member of Mysore Rep. Assembly by the city 
of Bangalore in 1893, and is the only English 
Member of the Mysore City Municipal Council, 
being nominated by the Mysore Government. 
Publications : English : Editor of The Harvest 
Field ; author of Indian Readers (7 vols.) ; 
Handbook of Wesleyan Methodism in Ceylon 
and India ; some pamphlets and many 
Articles in various Reviews and Magazines. 
Kanarese: editor of Vrittanta Patrike and 
Bodhaka Bodhini; author of a Commentary 
on 1 Peter. Recreation: Tennis. Address: 
Mysore City, South India. W. 

GUNSTONE, Rev. W. D. ; b. 1856, at Deptford; 
m. Annie Walker, of Batley, Yorks. Stud. 
Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1880. Con- 
nexional C.E. Sec. 1902-7. Publication: 
Companion to the Minutes (Alphabetical 
Arrangement of Ministers and the Circuits in 
which they have travelled). Address : 49 
East Mount , B arrow- in -Fur ness . U. 

GUTTERY, Rev. Arthur Thomas ; b. June id, 

1862, at Birmingham ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Guttery ; m. Miss S. B., d. of Rev. E. Alford, 
of Bury, I^ancs ; six c. Educ. Grammar 
School, Toronto, Canada; Elmfield Coll.; 
I^ondon Univ. ; e. m. 1882. Gen. Missionary 
Sec. ; Member of National F.C.C. and Passive 
Resistance Executives. Constant writer for 
Journals and Magazines. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address : 18 Ridge Road, Stroud Green, 
I^ondon, N. P. 



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HABBIJAM, Herbert Young ; b. March 26, 1858, 
at Sheffield. S.S. teacher or official since 
1872; Chapel Organist, 1877; Church Sec. 
1879; Chapel Trustee, 1894; Trust Sec. 
1900; Class-leader, 1904. Address: 14 
Norfolk Road, Sheffitld. U. 



HADDOCK, John Thomas ; b. July 20, 1869, at 

Woolwich, Kent; s. of John Haddock; m. 
Emma Sephton, of Prescot, I,ancs ; one *. 
twod. Educ. Plumstead. Engineer; Works 
Manager. Circuit Steward ; has held office 
of Soc. Steward and Chapel Steward. Rt- 

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creation: Motoring. Address: Lea House, 
Queen s Road, Coventry. W. 
HAGUE, John Scholes, M.SC. (Viet.) ; b. March 

29, 1874, at Oldham ; m. Annie, d. of Samuel 
Roe, of Oldham ; ones. Educ. Wes. day and 
Technical School, Oldham ; Victoria Univ., 
Manchester. Principal of Technical CoU., 
Darlington. First Sec. of Linacre Men s 
Meeting, Liverpool; Federation Pec. of 
Brotherhoods, S. Durham and N. Yorks. 
Address : 16 Southend Avenue, Darlington. 
W. 

HAIGH, Rev. Henry, D.D, ; b. June 26, 1853, at 

Ossett, nr. Leeds ; s. of John Haigh ; m. 1st, 
Pattie, d. of John Barnes, Manchester (one s.) ; 
2nd, LilUe, 2nd d. of Thomas Shillington, J.P., 
of Tavanagh House, Portadown, Ireland 
(four d.). Educ. Holmfirth ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1874. Missionary in India 
(Mysore State) until 1901 ; elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1896 ; Chairman of Newcastle 
Wes. Dist. Synod since 1903 ; President 1911 ; 
Del. to Canadian Conference, 1910; Visited 
West Indian Churches, 1911; Del. to Oecu 
menical Conference, Toronto, 1911 ; Editor 
for seven years of Indian missionary maga 
zine, The Harvest Field ; Founder and 
Editor of Vrittanta Patrike ; Chief Reviser of 
Kanarese New Testament for British and 
Foreign Bible Society from 1896 to 1903. 
Publications: Commentaries in Kanarese 
language ; Some Reading Ideas of Hinduism 
(Fernley lecture), 1902. Address: Wesley 
House, Beech Grove Road, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. W. 

HAIGH, Rev. Nathan ; b. 1844, at Emley, Yorks ; 
s. of James Haigh ; m. Miss J. E. Swales, 
of York ; two c. Educ. Public day school, 
Sheffield ; Elmfield Coll., York ; e. m. 1868. 
Address: 1 Albert Road, Withington, Man 
chester. P. 

HALEY, Rev. Geo. Grovenor, B.Pd., A.B., A.M., 

Ph.D.; b. Sept. 3, 1872, at Winona, Minne 
sota ; s. of Howard S. and Ella M. Haley ; 
m. Lilly Helen Vincent, of Portland, Oregon ; 
one d. Educ. Lowell High School, San 
Francisco, Cal.; American Univ., Willa 
mette Univ. Chicago Univ. ; e. m. 1897. 
L Professor in Idaho State Normal School, 
1901-2 ; Member of Idaho Conference, 1900- 
; Sec. of Idaho Conference, 1905-11 ; 
Supt. of I/a Grande Dist., Idaho Conference, 
1910- ; Reserve Del. to Gen. Conference, 
Minneapolis, 1911. Recreations : Experi 
menting with Wireless Telegraphy and 
research work in Geology. Address : La 
Grande, Oregon, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

HALL, Charles Wesley ; b. April 11, 1842, at 

Boston ; s. of Joseph Hall ; m. Henrietta, d. 
of Henry Francis, of Frieston, Boston ; five s. 
four d. Educ. Wes. day school, Boston. 
Insurance Broker. (Retired Dist. Manager, 
Star Life Office.) Local Preacher ; Member 



HALL 



of Gen. Com. of L.P.M.A.A. Convener of 
Manchester Dist. L.P.M.A.A. ; Treas. of 
Manchester Dist. I/.P. Com. ; Chapel 
Trustee ; Rep. to Conference, 1903 and 1909 ; 
formerly S.S. Supt., Sec., Teacher, Class- 
leader, Chapel, Soc. and Poor Steward. 
Recreation : Bowls. A ddress : 3 Egerton Road, 
Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester. W. 

HALL, Rev. EdWJn; b. March 30, 1853, at 
Glossop ; s. of John Hall, Leeds House, 
Glossop, Derbyshire; m. Jane Waterhouse, 
of Glossop ; five c. Educ. Glossop Grammar 
School ; e. m. 1872. Chairman of Rochdale 
Dist. 1904 ; Chairman of Lincoln and Norwich 
Dist. 1910. Address: 20 Alexandra Terrace, 
Haslingden, Manchester. U. 

HALL, Rev. Frank; b. Sept. is, 1857, at 

Norwich ; s. of T. B. and S. Hall ; m. Rosa 
mond, d. of Joseph Gage, of Ashford ; two d. 
Educ. Model School, Norwich; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Recreation : Golf. Ad 
dress : Kingswood, Ridgmont Road, St. 
Albans. W. 

HALL, Rev. Frederick William ; b. June 26, 

1870, at Lincoln ; s. of Albert Wingfield and 
Selina (nee Brown) Hall, of Lincoln. Educ. 
Private schools, Lincoln ; College de Dieppe, 
France ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1893. 
Address : Egremont, Cumberland. W. 

HALL, James ; b. Oct. 15, 1844, at Thirsk ; s. 
of Thomas and Mary Hall ; m. 1869, Annie 
Yates, of Thorpe Fields, Thirsk; four s. 
two d. Educ. Public school, Thirsk. Clerk 
to County Justices, Bolton. Class-leader for 
40 years; S.S. Supt. for 17 years; Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1907 ; Foreign 
Missions Treas., &c. Address: 62 Chorley 
New Road, Bolton. W. 

HALL, John, J.P. ; b. Jan. 7, 1840, at Ipstones, 
Staffs ; e. s. of Thos. Alex. Hall ; m. 
Sarah Mary, d. of George Howe, Boulogne-sur- 
Mer ; four s. four d. Educ. National school, 
Ipstones. Silk Manufacturer. J.P. County 
of Stafford. Class-leader, Local Preacher, 
S.S. Supt., &c. Chairman of Leek Liberal 
Assoc., Municipal High School, and of Art and 
Technical Schools. Recreation: Foreign tra 
vel. Addresses : Ball Haye Hall, Leek ; The 
Roches House, Upperhulme. W. 

HALL, Rev. John J b. Aug. U, 1861, at Freckle- 
ton, Lanes ; s. of William and Ann Hall ; m. 
Mary, d. of John Bingley, of Keadby, Lines ; 
one s. Educ. Public schools, Blackpool, and 
privately ; Hartley Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Build 
ing Com. Sec. ; Sec. for the Lines Federation 
of F.C.C. ; acts on behalf of the Meth. Epis 
copal Church, America, in sending British 
candidates for their Ministry. Recreations : 
Angling, shooting, and music. Address : 
14 Tentercroft St., Lincoln. P. 

HALL, John George ; b. 1835, at Canwick, Liberty 
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HALL 

L/ucy Graves, of Saltfleetby ; 2nd, S. A. 
Fawcett, of Hull; one s. one d. Educ. 
Coningsby National schools. Local Preacher 
for 55 years. Magistrate for Hull ; Member 
of Hull Corporation for 21 years. Publica 
tions : History of South Cave, &c. ; Notices 
of Lincolnshire. Address ; Lindum House, 
Berkeley St., Hull. P. 
HALL, Rev. Matthew ; b. NOV. 21, 1861, at 

Normanby House Farm, nr. Middlesbrough ; 
s. of Henry Hall ; m. Mary Hunt, of Cromer ; 
three d. Educ. Normanby ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m, 1888. Recreations : Cricket, golf, and 
fishing. Address: Victoria Avenue, Brier- 
field, nr. Burnley. W. 

HALL, Rev. Richard Saunders ; b. Dec. ic, 1864, 

at St. Agnes, Cornwall ; s. of John Hall ; m. 
Miss Annie Elizabeth Pethick, of Devonport ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Wes. school ; e. m. 1885. 
Address: 68 Florence Road, Brighton. U. 

H ALLAIYI, Arthur ; b. April 25, 1873, at Notting 
ham ; s. of George Hallam ; m. Ethel Mary, 
d. of Rev. Wm. Potts. Educ. Arkwright St. 
Wes. schools. Coal Merchant. Circuit Treas. 
of Foreign Missions ; has held many church 
offices ; Rep. to Conference, 1909. Re 
creation : Photography. Address: Crauford, 
Musters Road, West Bridgford, Notts. W. 

HALLAM, George ; b. Sept. 6, 1848, at Notting 
ham ; three s. three d. Educ. Trinity School, 
Nottingham. Coal Merchant. Senior partner 
in Firm of Geo. Hallam & Sons. Circuit 
Steward, &c. ; four times Rep. to Con 
ference. Address: Ingleside, Loughborough 
Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. W. 

HALLAM, George; b. 1871, at Nottingham. 
Coal Merchant. Has held several church 
offices ; Rep. to Conference, 1907. Address : 
157 L.oughborough Road, West Bridgford, 
Nottingham. W, 

HALLAM, Rev. John ; b. April 16, 1840, at 

North Shields ; s. of Rev. Christopher Hallam ; 
m. Elizabeth, y. d. of John and Mary Clark, of 
Sunderland ; one s. e. m. 1861 ; Sec. of 
Conference, 1883 ; Pres. of Conference, 1890 ; 
Sec. of Ministers Friendly Society, 1892-7; 
Sec. of the Gen. Com., 1899-1904 ; now Treas. 
of the Connexional Fund. Address : 1 Glad- 
well Road, Stroud Green, London, N. P. 

HALLAM, Rev. 8. Henry ; b. March 5, 1855, at 

Sheffield; s. of John Hallam ; m. Mary Annie, 

d. of William Dalton, of Shatton, Derbyshire ; 

one s. two d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; 

Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Address : 1 

Wilberforce Road, Finsbury Park, N. W. 
HALLIDAY, Rev. James ; 6. Feb. 27, 1846, at 

Frome ; s. of John HaUiday ; m. Lucy, y. d. 

of Charles Dunn, of Brant Broughton ; four s. 

one d. Stud. Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1874. 

Address : The Manse, Pennell Grove, Lincoln. 

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HALLIDAY, Rev. Thomas William ; b. July 29, 

1863, at Mandeville, Jamaica, B.W.I. ; s. of 
William HaUiday ; m. Frances W. King, of 
Barbados; four s. Educ. York Castle High 
School, Jamaica ; Univ. Coll., London ; e. m. 
1887. Engaged for some years under Eastern 
W.T. Conference in Educational work at Coke 
Coll., Antigua, and Kingston High School, 
British Guiana. Recreations: Tennis and 
swimming. Address: Upton, Montego Bay, 
Jamaica. W. 

HALLIFAX, Charles Temple; b. issi, at 

Knightsbridge ; s. of William Hallifax ; m. 
Mary A., e. d. of Alfred Shrimpton, of Canon- 
bury. Educ. Grammar Schools, Wood Green, 
and Bushey, Herts. Commercial Traveller. 
Circuit Steward ; Local Preacher ; S.S. 
Supt. for 25 years ; Treas. of M.N.C. sec 
tion of Uniting Conference, 1907 ; Pres. of 
Forest Hill F.C.C. 1906. Recreations : Walk 
ing, bowls, and gardening. Address: 20 
Montem Road, Forest Hill, S.E. U. 

HALLIGEY, Rev. John T. F., F.R.G.S.; b. 
July 12, 1845, at Coverack, Cornwall ; s. of 
John William Halligey ; m. Harriet Dunstan, 
of Truro ; two s. four d. Educ. Falmouth ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1869. Missionary in 
Sierra Leone, 1869-73 ; Chairman of Gold 
Coast and Lagos Dist. 1885-91 ; opened 
Yoruba Interior Mission, 1887 ; elected to 
Legal Hundred, 1897; Chairman of York, 
Bolton, Newcastle, and Bolton Dists. ; elected 
F.R.G.S. 1879. Publication: Methodism in 
W. Africa. Recreations : Cycling and photo 
graphy. Address : 15 Hawley Square, Margate. 
W. 

HALSTEAD, Rev. Frederick Milton ; b. March 

28, 1866, at Gt. Harwood ; s. of John Halstead, 
of Great Harwood ; two s. one d. Educ. 
British school, Gt. Harwood ; Union St. 
School, Accrington ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1894. Worked for 13 years in a Lancashire 
Cotton Mill and knows the life of the common 
people at first-hand. Spent two years 
working as Joyful News Evangelist under the 
direction of Rev. Thomas Champness. Re 
creation : Cycling. Address : Wesley Manse, 
Prescot. W. 

HAMILL, Rev. Howard Melanchthon, A.M., 

D.D. ; b. Aug. 10, 1849, at Lowndesboro, 
Alabama, U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. Edward J. and 
Ann Jane Hamill ; m. (1885) Ada L. Tuman, of 
Jacksonville, Illinois ; one s. Educ. Auburn 
Alabama, Meth. Coll., now the Polytechnic 
of Alabama. Supt. of Training Work, M.E. 
Ch. South at Nashville, Tenn. ; Chairman of 
Committee on Education of International S.S. 
Assoc. ; Trustee of International S.S. Assoc. ; 
Organizer of first Interdenominational Train 
ing School, also first Teacher of Training 
Assoc. Depmt. in U.S. and Canada, also Chap, 
of Gen. Depmt. Army of Tenn. United Con 
ference Veterans. Publications: Legion of 

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Honour Tiaining Course; The Bible and its 
Books; The S.S. Teacher; The Old South, 
&c. A ddress : c/o Methodist Publishing 
House, Nashville, Tennessee. M.E. Ch. S. 

HAMILTON, Rev. Franklin, A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D.; 

b. Aug. 9, 1866, at Pleasant Valley, Ohio, 
U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. Wm. C. P. Hamilton and 
Henrietta Dean ; m. Mary Mackie, d. of Hon. 
Edward L- Pierce, biographer of Hon. Charles 
Sumner, of Milton, Mass. ; two s. one d, 
Educ. Boston Latin School, ; Harvard Coll., 
Boston School of Theology, and post-gradu 
ate at Berlin Univ, and Paris ; f. m. 1892. 
Pastor of East Boston, Newton ville, and First 
Church, Boston, Mass. Prof, of Greek and 
Latin, Chattanooga Univ. ; Chancellor of the 
American Univ., Washington; Del. to Gen. 
Conference, Baltimore, 1908; Del. to Oecu 
menical Conference, Toronto, 1911 ; in 1904-5 
made a trip round the world to study Missions 
and Religions ; Vice-Pres. of Epworth league ; 
at 250th Anniversary of the Founding of 
Harvard Univ. was chosen as orator to 
represent the Coll. ; at Harvard Univ. was 
awarded both the Boylston and Bowdoin 
Prizes ; engaged in founding and organizing 
the American Univ., an institution designed 
to utilize the Government resources at Wash 
ington, the national capital, and to be a great 
national Christian University of learning ; 
lectures widely and writes for magazines. 
Publications : Handbook of Bibliography for 
200th Anniversary of Birth of John Wesley ; 
Why did the Pilgrim Fathers come to 
America ? ; 250th Anniversary of the Found 
ing of Harvard Univ. Recreations : Golf and 
study of antiques. Addresses: 142? F. St., 
N.W. Washington, D.C. ; 69 Canton Avenue, 
Milton, Massachusetts, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

HAMMOND, Rev. George ; b. March 14, i860, 
at Donegal ; s. of George Hammond ; m. 
Jessie Duncan, of Athy, Cokildare; three c. 
Educ. Day school ; Belfast Coll. ; e. m. 1880. 
Address: 37 Hillcroft Crescent, Ealing, W. W. 

HAMMOND, Henry Richard ; b. Feb. 10, mi, 

at Southwark, London, S.E. ; s. of Thomas 
L. and Elizabeth Hammond, of Grove Mis 
sion, Southwark ; m. Maria Frances Hancock, 
of East Ham ; two $, one d. Educ. Mrs. 
Newcomen s Endowed School, St. Saviour s, 
Southwaik. In Actuarial Department, Liver 
pool Victoria Legal Friendly Soc. ; Circuit 
Steward; Trustees Treas. Publication: 
Chrysanthemum-growing for Exhibition. Re 
creations : Gardening, chess, and cricket. 
Address: 98 Rosebery Avenue, Manor Park, 
E. W. 

HAMMOND, Rev. John Dennis, A.B., B.D. 

D.D. ; b. May 12, 1850, at Franklin, Georgia ; 
s. of D. F. and A. E. Hammond ; m. Lydia 
Hardy, of Elizabeth, New Jersey; one s. 
two d. Educ. Univ. of Georgia and Drew 
Theol. Seminary, Member of North Georgia 
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Conference ; Pastor for 13 years ; Pres. of 
Central Coll., Missouri, eight years, Pres. 
of Wes. Female Coll., Macon, Ga., two years, 
and Sec. of Education of M.E. Church South 
12 years ; Pres. of Paine Coll. for Negroes at 
Augusta, Georgia. Address: Paine College, 
Augusta, Georgia. M.E. Ch. S. 

HAMMOND, John Frederick ; b. Jan. 14, 1868, 
at Newcastle, Staffs; s. of John Ham 
mond, of Hafod Euryn, Colwyn Bay, Wales ; 
m. Ada Marian, 2nd d. of James Crofts, of 
Birmingham ; four d. Educ. The Leys 
School ; Cambridge University ; Academic 
de Neuchatel, Suisse. Clothing Manufac 
turer and Army Contractor ; elected Fellow of 
the Royal Microscopical Society in 1897 ; 
Exhibition Medallist in Scientific Photography, 
1899-90. Ex-Soc. Steward ; Member of 
Manchester and Salford Mission Com. Recre 
ation : Scientific photography. Address : 
Park Gate, Timperley, Cheshire. T. 24 
Altrincham; 7339 & 40 Manchester. W. 

HAMMOND, Rev. John Obobuam ; b. Feb. 8, 

I860, at Anamaboe, Gold Coast, W. Africa; 
s. of John Hammond, of Anamaboe; m. 
Rachel Mary, d. of Rev. Andrew W. Parker ; 
four s. six d. Educ. Anamaboe ; e. m. 1886. 
Address: Salt Pond, via Cape Coast Castle, 
W. Africa. W. 

HAMMOND, Rev. William A. ; b. April 24, 1853, 
at Downham Market, Norfolk ; s. of Rev. 
William Hammond; m. Miss Buckle, of 
Stowmarket ; two d. Educ. Private school, 
Colchester ; e. m. Aug. 1872. Sec. of Confer 
ence, 1904 ; Book Steward at Tunstall Con 
ference, 1910 ; ten years Guardian of the 
Poor and two years Chairman of Norwich 
Relief Com. Publications: Life of Rev. R. 
Key ; the Centenary Pamphlet on Village 
Methodism ; Newspaper and Magazine Articles. 
Addressee : Holborn Hall, and 54 Ferme Park 
Road, Stroud Green, N. P. 

HAMON, Rev. Herbert Wesley ; b. Feb. 12, 1876, 

at Jersey ; s. of Wesley Hamon ; m. Mary, d. 
of Jas. Hinton, J.P., of Swindon ; one d. 
Educ. Private school ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1899. Six years Acting Chaplain to H.M. 
Forces in India. Recreations : Painting, 
fishing, and rowing. Address: Arthur s Hill, 
Shanklin, I.W. W. 

HAMPSON, John W. Wright ; b. July 21, 1859, 

at Rothwell, nr. Leeds ; s. of George Hamp- 
son ; m. Frances Ann, d. of Capt. John Wright, 
of Castleford ; one s. four d. Educ. Wes. day 
school, Castleford. Wholesale Cabinet Manu 
facturer (Director of T. Webster & Co., Ltd., 
Shipley). Local Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. 
worker. Lay sec. to Halifax and Bradford 
Dist. Class-leaders Com. ; Member of Synod 
for past 13 years ; thrice Rep. to Conference. 
Address : North Villa, Shipley. W, 



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HANCOCK, Rev. Arthur; b. Jan. 14, 1855, 

at Withiel, Cornwall ; s. of John Hancock ; 
m. Jennie Holden, of Kemsing, Kent ; seven c. 
Educ. Dobwalls Academy, Liskeard ; Shebbear 
Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1873. Pres. of B.C. 
Conference, 1903-4 ; Member of the Joint 
Com. on Meth. Union, 1903-7 ; Home Sec. of the 
B.C. Missionary Society, 1902-9 ; Pres. of S. 
Devon and E. Cornwall Federation of F.C. 
1909. Publications: Why we are Noncon 
formists : Booklet (3rd ed.) ; The Sacrificial 
Life (vol. of Sermons delivered during Presi 
dential Year). Recreation: Angling. Ad 
dress: 27 Steade Road, Sharrow, Sheffield. U. 

HANCOCK, H. R. ; 6.1836. M.N. of Eng. Inst. 
M. & M. Engrs. ; M. Austr. Inst. M. Engrs. ; 
F.R.C.I. London. Supt. of Moonta Copper 
Mines for 34 years; concurrently General 
Manager of Wallaroo Mines for 22 years; 
largest Employer of labour in S. Australia for 
over 20 years, except the Commissioner of 
Works for the Government ; Inventor of 
Mining Machinery ; eldest son his successor 
at the Mines and S.S. Supt. S.S. Moonta 
Mines, S. Australia, for 30 years; one of 
first Lay Reps, to Conference to which lay 
men were admitted (prior to English Confer 
ences admitting Laymen) ; Conference Lay 
Treas. of Children s Fund for ten years ; re 
turned to England, 1908, after 50 years 
absence; Rep. to Lincoln Conference, 1909. 
Addresses: Holwell, Tavistock ; 29 National 
Buildings, Adelaide. W. 

HANCOCK, John W. ; b. May 27, 1872, at Stret- 
ford ; m. E. A. Robinson, of Stretford. Educ. 
Privately. Farmer. Hon. Sec. of Inde 
pendent Methodist Foreign Mission and C.E. 
Departments. A ddress : Schore, Barton Road, 
Stretford, nr. Manchester. 7. 

HANOOX, Rev. Edward ; 6. NOV. 25, 1856, at 
Dayhouse Bank, Worcestershire ; s. of 
William and Priscilla Hancox ; m. Emma 
Wilkes, of Catshill, Worcs ; five c. Educ. 
Romsley ; e. m. 1879. Sec. of Hull Dist. 
Com. Recreations : Walking and cycling. 
Address : 37 Coltman St., Hull. P. 

HANCOX, Rev. Thomas William ; b. June 12- 

1884, at Walsall, Staffs ; s. of Rev. Edward 
and Emma Hancox ; m. Lily May Shaw, of 
Old Hill, Staffs. Educ. Burton Secondary 
School ; Long Eaton Science School, Dudley ; 
P.T. Centre ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1906, For four years Principal of Oron 
Training Inst. and Mission, W. Africa. Publi 
cations : Short stories and African articles. 
Recreations : Music and outdoor sports, 
motor-cycling. Address : Clifford Place, 
Glascote, Tamworth, Staffs. P. 
HAND, Thomas William ; 6. Sept. 1, 1854, at 
Manchester; s. of Thomas Hand, of Man 
chester ; m. 1st, Elizabeth Eltoft, of Burnley, 
Lanes ; 2nd, Rebecca Bassford, of North 
ampton ; one d. Member of Council of 



Library Assoc. ; City Librarian of Leeds 
Public Libraries. Class-leader; has been Poor 
Steward and Society Steward ; Member of 
Leeds Synod. Recreations : Literary work, 
art, and walking. Address: 16 Sholebroke 
Avenue, Leeds. W. 

HANN, Rev. Adam ; b. Jan. 2, 1846, at Jamaica ; 
s. of Rev. W. H. Hann ; m. Elizabeth Pike, 
d. of W. B. Martin, Devonport ; five s. three d. 
Educ. Private Academy, Devonport ; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1870. Member of the 
Conchological Society. Address: 1 Park 
Terrace, Halifax. W. 

HANNAM, Rev. Wilfrid Lawson, B.D. (Lond.) ; 

b. Oct. 17, 1881, at Lewes, Sussex; s. of 
James Hannam. Educ. Kendrick School, 
Reading; Univ. Coll., Reading; King s Coll., 
London ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1904. Presi 
dent s Assist, to Dr. Scott Lidgett, 1908. 
Recreations : Rowing and tennis. A ddr esses : 
64 Carter St., Greenheys, Manchester ; Central 
Hall, Oldham St., Manchester. W. 

HARBORD, Rev. Joslah W. ; b. Sept. 20, 1862, 
in London ; s. of William Engledow Harbord ; 
m. Catherine, d. of Mr. Philip Pearce, late of 
Gerrans, Cornwall ; four s. one d. Educ. 
Norwich ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1878. 
Missionary in Sierra Leone, 1878. Address: 
Calstock, Cornwall. W. 

HARBOTTLE, Rev. George ; b. 1849, at Swal- 
well, Co. Durham ; m. Miss Hackworth, of 
Darlington ; one d. Educ. Whickham Church 
School ; Newcastle-on-Tyne Grammar School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1873. Recreation : 
Cycling. Address: Wesley Manse, Dun- 
stable. W. 

HARBOTTLE, J. G., J.P. ; b. May 17, 1858, at 
Nunthorpe ; s. of William Harbottle, of Gt. 
Ayton, Cleveland ; m. Mary Cowper Cain, of 
Darlington ; five d. Educ. Preston Grammar 
School, Stokesley. Stock and Share Broker. 
Member of Town Council ; Mayor, 1900-1 ; 
Chairman of Univ. Ext. Lecture Scheme, 
Education Com., &c. Addresses: Ash- 
grove, Darlington ; Danby, Yorks. W. 

HARDING, John ; b. Dec. 25, 1844, at Roker 
Farm, Danby Wiske, Yorks; s. of William 
Harding ; m. to Jane White, of Walworth ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Local schools. Sec. of 
L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. since January 1883 ; 
Local Preacher, Member of Connexional Corns., 
&c. ; Manager of Local Preachers Magazine. 
Addresses: 184-6 Central Buildings, West 
minster, S.W. ; Centuria, 59 Leauder Road, 
Brixton Hill, London, S.W. W. 

HARDY, Rev. Alfred ; b. April 14, 1863, at 

Swinton, nr. Manchester ; s. of William Hardy; 
m. March 14, 1893, Alice, 2nd d. of John Green 
Marshall, of Didsbury ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Swinton ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1889. Mis 
sionary in Brit. Guiana, 1889-93. Publica 
tions: Has written hundreds of Religious 

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Tracts, published by R.T.S. and our own 
Book-Room. Recreation : Angling. A d- 
dress : Birkenshaw, Bradford. W. 

HARDY, Benjamin Bavin, M.A. (Cantab.) ; b. 

Feb. 28, 1860, at little Cressingham, Norfolk ; 
s. of Brighten Hardy, Hopton House, Norfolk ; 
m. Essie, d. of J. Iteming Bradshaw, of 
Lancaster and London ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Lyrm and Perse Grammar School ; St. John s 
Coll., Cambridge (Mathematical Tripos). 
Head Master of Kurnella School, Bourne 
mouth, and Dunheved Coll., Launceston. 
Local Preacher ; Class-leader ; been S.S. Supt., 
Society and Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Confer 
ence. Recreations : Cricket, tennis, football, 
&c. Address: Dunheved Coll, Launceston. 
W. 
HARDY, Rev. Francis William, M.A. (Tor.), 

B.D. (Viet.) ; b. April 25, 1876, at Oakwood, 
Ont. ; s. of Wm. F. Hardy ; m. Ella G. 
Kergin, of St. Catherine s ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Lindsay, Ont., and Toronto ; Victoria 
Coll., Univ. of Toronto ; e. m. 1003. For two 
years missionary to Haidg Indians, Queen 
Charlotte Islands. Recreations: Gardening, 
Journalism, woodcraft, mountaineering, and 
water sports. Address: Summer land, British 
Columbia, Canada. C. 

HARE, Rev. John James, M.A., Ph.D.; b. 

Oct. 3, 1847, nr. Ottawa ; s. of Robert and 
Barbara Hare; m. Katharine J. McDowell, 
of Barrie ; one s. Educ. Victoria Univ., 
Cobourg ; passed Examinations at Illinois 
Wesleyan Univ., Bloomington, 111.; e. m. 
1867. At the inauguration of the Ontario 
Indies Coll. at Whitby in 1874, he was 
appointed Principal ; five years later he was 
made Governor, both of which positions he has 
held continuously to the present year (1911) ; 
under his leadership the college has grown to 
be the largest and most successful Indies 
Coll. in Canada. Address: Ontario Indies 
College, Whitby, Ontario, Canada. C. 

HARGITT, Prof. Charles Wesley, B.SC., Ph.D. ; 

b. March 28, 1852, at Lawrenceburg, Indiana ; 
s. of Thomas and Mary F. Hargitt ; m. 
Susan E., d. of Rev. E. G. Wood, D.D., of 
Indiana ; three s. Educ. Public schools ; 
Indianapolis High School ; Moores Hill Coll. ; 
Massachusetts Inst. of Technology ; Boston 
Univ. ; e. m. Indiana Conference, 1877, 
devoting seven years to pastorate; entered Pro 
fessorship of Biology, 1885 ; Prof, of Biology, 
Syracuse Univ., 1891. Member and Fellow 
of various scientific and learned societies; 
travelled and studied in Europe some two 
years. Publications : Text-book, Outlines of 
General Biology ; numerous Monographs, 
Memoirs, and Scientific Papers in American 
and European journals. Address: Syracuse 
University, Syracuse, New York. M.E. Ch. 

HARGREAVES, Rev. Crawshaw ; b. April 22, 

1846, at Crawshawboothj s. of late James 

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Hargreaves and bro. of late Rev. Thomas 
Hargreaves; m. Miss Huntington, of Mary- 
port; two s. five d. e. m. 1871. Address: 
The Grove, Idle, Bradford. W. 

HARGREAVES, George Powell ; b. Feb. 8, 1874, 
at Hull ; s. of Theophilus Lessey Hargreaves ; 
m. Kate Backrath, of Hull ; three s. Educ. 
Park Gate Avenue School, Hull. Managing 
Director of Hargreaves Bros. & Co., Ltd., 
Black-lead and Blue Manufacturers, Hull. 
S.S. and Wesley Guild; Member of Wesley 
Guild Central Council; Trustee of Queen s 
Hall, Hull ; Member of its Mission Com. Re 
creations : Golf and motoring. A ddress : 
Kenilworth, Hessle, E. Yorks. W. 

HARGREAVES, Rev. Grainger; b. 1855, at 

Withington,- Manchester; s. of William 
Hargreaves; m. Isabella Jean Hope, of 
Stornaway and Edinburgh ; one d. one s. 
Educ. Rochdale ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1878. 
Missionary in China, 1878-93 ; visited Aus 
tralia, New Zealand, U.S.A., and Canada to 
study problem of Chinese Emigration ; Chair 
man of the Oxford Dist. ; elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1911. Publications: A Four- 
character Classic in Chinese; A Manual of 
Elementary Theology. Address: 26 Staver- 
ton Road, Oxford. W. 

HARKER, George Edward ; b. May 17, 1859, 
at Aspatria ; s. of James and Elizabeth 
Harker ; m. Isabell Jennings, of Wigton ; 
one 5. one d. Educ. Aspatria and Wigton. 
Of Harker & Bell s Clothiers, Carlisle. Cir 
cuit Steward. Address: 28 George St., 
Wigton. W. 

HARKER, John ; b. Dec. 29, 1839, at Liverpool; 
y. s. of John Harker, of Skipton, Yorks; 
m. Martha, y. d. of James Howarth, of Ros 
tock, Lanes. Educ. Liverpool Institute and 
Glasgow High School. General Merchant. 
Has been Circuit Steward of Liverpool Central 
Circuit ; Class-leader about 37 years ; Member 
of Foreign Missionary Com. and Chapel Com. ; 
Treas. of L-P. and S.S.B. Fund; Rep. to 
several Annual Assemblies of late U.M. Free 
Churches and all the Conferences of the new 
U.M. Church. Addresses : 14 Chatham Place, 
Edge Hill, Liverpool, E. ; Barker s Buildings, 
82 & 84 Duke St., Liverpool, and 32 City 
Road, Chester. U. 

HARLAND, Rev. Edmund Starkey ; b. Sept. 19, 

1875, at Scarborough ; s. of Edward Harland 
and Mrs. Harland, of Poplar Villa ; m. Mary 
Ellen Moncaster, adopted d. of Thomas 
Smith Leedle and Mrs. Leedle, of York, and 
(later) Scarborough ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Private School; Queen s Coll., Taunton; 
Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1899. Held Dist. 
Offices (Temp, and S.S.). Recreations: Cy 
cling, gardening, or photography. Address: 
Wesley House, 109 Rock Avenue, Gillingham, 
Kent. W. 



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HARLOW, Rev. Joslah Edward ; b. NOV. 27, 

1861, at Nottingham ; s. of the late Councillor 
Josiah Edward Harlow, of I^eeds ; m. Mary 
Baron, d. of Rev. Nehemiah Curnock (B) ; 
two s. Educ. Wes. day school, Castleford ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Publications : 
Occasional contributor to The Methodist 
Recorder (on Conference Staff for 27 years) 
and other publications ; I/esson-writer for 
W.M.S.S.U. 1887-1907. Address : Madeley, 
The Avenue, Gravesend. W. 

HARIYIER, Ernest George ; b. in Condon ; s. of 

George Harmer. Educ. University Coll. 
School. Colonial and Eastern Merchant. 
Class-leader ; Member of the General Com. 
of the Theological Institution; has been 
Circuit Steward. Publications: The Story 
of Burma, and other works. Address: 
Teesdale, Egmont Road, Sutton, Surrey. W. 

HARPER, Ewen, F.R.I.B.A. ; b. May 31, 1853, 
at Birmingham ; s. of James Harper ; m. 
Amy, d. of David Barr ; one s. two d. Educ. 
King Edward s School. Architect. Circuit 
Steward ; S.S. Supt., &c. ; many times Rep. 
to Conference. National Medallist in Science, 
1871 ; eight years chairman of Birmingham 
City Mission ; 19 years Director of Wes. and 
Gen. Assur. Society ; Designer of Birmingham 
Central Hall and Y.M.C.A., Cadbury Alms- 
houses and Friends Inst., Birmingham Cor 
poration Central Electrical Buildings, &c. 
Address: Bloemfontein, Barnt Green, nr. 
Birmingham. W. 

HARPER, Rev. Francis Joseph ; b. Aug. 8, 1880, 

at Chipping Norton, Oxon ; s. of Joseph 
Harper; m. Miss Bertha Clayton, of Silver- 
dale, Staffs. Educ. Pengelly s Private School, 
Salisbury ; Donington and Sedgebrook Gram 
mar Schools; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 
July 1904. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
The Manse, All Saints Road, Bromsgrove, 
Worcestershire. P. 

HARPUR, Thomas; b. March 12, 1845, at 
Derby ; s. of Samuel Harpur, then Surveyor 
of Derby, and afterwards Boro* Engineer, 
Merthyr Tydfil ; m. Caroline E. Knight, of 
Cheltenham ; three s. three d. Educ. 
Baklake School, Coventry. Printer and 
publisher. For ten years S.S. Supt. ; three 
terms of three years Circuit Steward ; twice 
Rep. to Conference. Address: 14 Swin 
burne St., Derby. W. 

HARPUR, Rev. William ; b. Aug. 10, 1851, at 

Anahone, Co. Fermanagh ; s. of James 
Harpen. Educ. Board schools and private 
tuition ; e. nt. 1874. Founder and Supt. 
of Cent. Ireland Mission for the preaching 
of the Gospel on the public Market-places 
in the towns and villages of the S. and W. of 
Ireland. Address: Dalkey House, Dalkey, 
Co. Dublin. W. 



HARRIES, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 26, 1852, at 

Merthyr Tydvil; s. of Thomas and Rebecca 
Harries ; m. 1st, Alice, d. of Rev. John Rees ; 
2nd, Annie E. (Banks) Booth, d. of Kirby 
Banks, I,eeds ; four d. Educ. National and 
Lloyd s Grammar schools, Merthyr ; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Publications : 
Handbook of Theology ; The Gospel of 
Righteousness ; The Saving Spirit : or, Person 
and Work of the Holy Spirit ; Does God break 
His Pledges ? (Series on Prayer) ; The Sab 
bath ; Does Death End All?; Future 
Punishment ; &c. ; has given lectures on 
Eschatology, at Cliff Coll.; and contributor 
to Homiletical monthlies such as the Homilist 
and Preacher s Magazine. Recreations : Read 
ing and fishing. Address: Woodlands, Tod- 
morden. W. 

HARRIS, Rev. Alexander ; b. Belfast, 1864 ; s. 

of William and Margaret Harris; m. May, 
d. of William Wallace, J.P., Greenville, Black- 
rock, Co. Dublin ; two s. two d. Educ. Model 
School and Methodist Coll., Belfast; e. m. 
1886. Recreations: Cycling and golf. Ad 
dress : 1 Epworth Terrace, Park Gate, N.C.R., 
Dublin. W. 

HARRIS, Rev. Edward ; b. NOV. 8, 1849, at 

Wavendon ; s. of William Harris, of Waven- 
don, Bucks ; m. Celia I,ottie, d. of Rev. James 
Cook ; one s. five d. Educ. Aspley Guise 
Brit, school ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1874. 
Address: Creerville, The Croft, Castletown, 
Isle of Man. W. 

HARRIS, Frank Anderson, A.C.I.S. ; b. Dec. 4, 

1869, at Riddings; s. of John A. and S. J. 
Harris; nt. S. J. Bradford, of Grappenhall; 
one s. Educ. Ashville Coll. File and Tool 
Manufacturer. Soc. Steward, Circuit Steward. 
S.S. and Guild Worker. Recreation: Golf. 
Address: The Grange, Stockton Heath. W. 

HARRIS, Rev. John ; b. July 26, 1850, at St. 
Kea, Cornwall ; s. of Anthony Harris ; m. 
Martha Jane Gait, of I/>ngwell Green, Bristol ; 
five c. Educ. Baldhu Church School ; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Recreations : Cycling 
and gardening. Address: 27 Eleanor St., 
Ton-y-Pandy, Rhondda, Glam. W. 

HARRIS, Joseph Edward ; b. Jan. 31, 1870, at 

Blackheath, Staffs ; s. of James Harris ; m. 
Annie, d. of Thomas Jones, of Hill, Halesowen ; 
four s. one d. Educ. Rowley Regis School 
Board. Builder and Hardware Merchant. 
Class-leader, &c. ; Member of General S.S. 
Com. ; Rep. of W.M. Dist. to I/mdon Metho 
dist Assembly. Member of R.R.U.D. Council, 
and Education Com. ; Chairman of Sanitary 
Com. ; Member of U.S.V.M. Sewerage Board ; 
served three years on Dudley Guardians; a 
Governor of Macmillan Educational Charity ; 
has served the Birmingham Dist. I.O. Recha- 
bites as Dist. Chief Rulei ; also as Rep. to 
Swansea Conference. Address : Holmleigh, 
Blackheath, nr. Birmingham. P. 

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HARRIS, Rev. W. Gregory ; 6. March 18, 1865 ; 

*. of Charles Harris, of Tavistock ; nt. Annie 
Elizabeth, d. of Richard Hockin, Connerton 
House, Gwithian, Cornwall ; two d. Educ. 
Spring Hill School and Grammar School, 
Tavistock ; Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Rich 
mond Coll.; e. m. 1889. Publications: 
Sketches of the West Countree ; Down along- 
o -we ; Zummerzet-Volk and Devonshire 
Diversions ; &c. Recreations : Music, reading, 
cycling, tennis, and golf. Address: 15 The 
Crescent, Taunton. W. 

HARRIS, Rev. William Henry Cory ; ft. Feb. 11, 

1847, at Boscastle, Cornwall ; s. of Henry Cory 
Harris; m. Ann Maria Jennings, of Devon- 
port ; three s. two d. Educ. National school, 
Boscastle ; e. m. 1869. Sec. of United Meth. 
Colleges, Victoria Park, Manchester, and 
Ranmoor, Sheffield; Guardian Rep. of U.M. 
Conference; Connexional Sec. of U.M.F.C., 
1900-3 : Pres. of U.M.F.C. Annual As 
sembly, 1903 ; Sec. of Meth. Union Com., 
1902-7; Rep. to Oecumenical Conference, 
1901 and 1911. Address: 165 Manchester 
Road, Rochdale. U. 

HARRISON, Rev. Archibald Walter, B.SC., B.D ; 

b. Aug. 20, 1882, at New Swindon, Wilts ; s. of 
Rev. J. T. Harrison ; m. Grace Elizabeth, d. of 
Rev.J.S. Simon, D.D., of Didsbury Coll. Educ. 
Loughborough Grammar School ; Univ. Coll., 
Nottingham ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. nt. 1902. 
Assist. Tutor at Didsbury, 1906-9. Publica 
tions : Articles in Condon Quarterly and 
Holborn Reviews, Proceedings of Wesley 
Historical Society, and other Methodist 
Papers. Recreation: Football. Address: 
120 Manchester Road, Burnley. W. 

HARRISON, Edward, J.P. and Aid. ; b. Feb. 24, 
1862, at Hainton, nr. Lincoln ; s. of Edward 
Harrison ; tn. Florence, d. of late Anthony 
Sharpley, of W. Torrington. Educ. Gosberton 
Hall. Corn Merchant. A Member of Christ s 
Hospital ; Governor of Grammar School and 
Girls High School ; Chairman of Lincoln 
Education Com. ; Member of Lincoln City 
Council for nearly 20 years, and Mayor of 
the City in 1895 ; Local Preacher ; for 11 years 
Circuit Steward ; for 16 years S.S. Supt. ; 
several times Rep. to Conference ; Past Pres. 
of F.C.C., Temperance Soc. Address : High 
Holme, Lincoln. W. 

HARRISON, Rev. James ; b. Feb. 3, 1854, at 

Hill Top, Glossop ; s. of Thomas Harrison ; 
m. Margaret Riley, of Sunderland ; one s. one d. 
e. m. Aug. 1875. Gen. Sec. Young People s 
Com. (U.M.F.C.), 1895-8 ; Chairman of Leeds 
and Bradford Dist. 1902 ; Rochdale Dist. 
1908 -9. Publications : Young People s Guide ; 
The Sacraments; The Relations of Church 
and State. Address: 118 Chester Road, 
Northwich. U. 

HARRISON, Rev. John E., A.B., D.D.; i. 
Jan. 31, 1854, at McMinnville, Tenn. ; s. of 
J04 



Wm. J. and P. A. (Ellis) Harrison ; m. Mollie 
W. Walton, of Cornersville, Tenn. ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Webb School and Vanderbilt 
Univ. For ten years pastor in Tennessee 
Annual Conference, M.E. Ch., South, and 17 
years Pres. of San Antonio Female Coll., a 
church school ; Del. to Gen. Conference of 
M.E. Ch. South, 1894 and 1910 ; a Sec. of the 
Gen. Conference, 1910. Publications : Our New 
Building, The Epworth League, 1894 ; The 
Parliamentary Usage of the General Con 
ference of the M.E. Ch. South, 1908 (2nd 
and revised ed., 1909). Address : StaA.,San 
Antonio, Texas. M.E. Ch. S. 

HARRISON, Rev. Robert ; b. 1841, at Carlisle ; 
s. of Stephen Harrison and Ann Hayton, 
Nenthead, Cumberland ; m. 1st, Maria E. 
Wright, Hull; 2nd, S. A. Andrew, Hull. 
Educ. Day and night school and self-training ; 
e. m. 1864. Governor of Elmfield Coll., York, 
1873 ; Pres. of Conference, 1904 ; Sec. of Prim. 
Meth. Insur. Co. and Chapel Aid Assoc. 
to 1911. Address: Restholme, 80 Trinity 
Road, Bridlington. P. 

HARRISON, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 10, 1848, 

at Kirkby Stephen, Eng. ; s. of Thomas and 
Mary Harrison ; m. Carrie E. McDonald, of 
Eastport, Maine, U.S.A. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. at various schools in England ; e. m. 
1871. Pres. of New Brunswick and Prince 
Edward Island Conference, 1902 ; Del. to 
three Gen. Conferences ; Chairman of Dist. 
for several years; Member of Board of 
Governors of Mount Allison Univ. Publica 
tions : a frequent contributor to American 
Quarterly Reviews, to Canadian and Wesleyan 
Magazines, and to many religious weeklies. 
Recreation : Gardening. Address: Charlotte- 
town, Prince Edward Island, Canada. C. 

HARROGATE, Joseph; 6. June 27, 1843, at 
Lemington-on-Tyne ; s. of Joseph Harrogate, 
Engineer, Iron Works, Lemington-on-Tyne ; 
m. 1865 ; one s. one d. Educ. Village school. 
Advertising Agent on the Staff of Newcastle 
Chronicle. Local Preacher for 47 years, Class- 
leader 42, and Trust Sec. 32 ; S.S. Supt. ; 
Gen. Sec. of Prim. Meth. I,.P. Mutual Aid 
Assoc. for 26 years ; Sec. of Sunderland and 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Dist. Local Preachers 
Assoc. 13 years, Treas. of Dist. Training Com. 
seven years ; several times Del. to Dist. Meet 
ings and Conference ; nominated Vice-Pres. 
of the Conference, 1897 ; Rep. to Local Council 
of Evangelical Free Churches and a Member 
of the Executive since it was established. 
Address: 3 Wingrove Road, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. P. 

HARROP, William Arthur, L.D.S., R.F.P.S. 

(Glas.) ; b. Sept. 16, 1877, at Clactou-on-Sea ; 
s. of Rev. J. Challoner Harrop ; m. Hettie 
Mary, d. of Joshua Heywood, J.P., of Bide- 
ford ; one s. Educ. Hope House, Clacton ; 
St. Austell School ; March Grammar School ; 



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St. Mungo s Coll. Faculty of Medicine, Glas. 
Dental Surgeon. Local Preacher, Class- 
leader, Pres. of Y.M. Bible Class ; Sec. of Dist. 
L.P. Com., Circuit Quarterly Meeting, and 
Wes. Laymen s Assoc., &c. ; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1909, 1910. Publications: Pro 
fessional contributions only. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: 15 Newton Terrace, Glas 
gow, W. W. 

HART, Rev. John James ; 6. Feb. 22, 1865, at 

Lambourne, Berks ; s. of John Hart, of Wor 
thing, Sussex; m. Ada, 3rd d. of Alderman 
Santo, J.P., of Lostwithiel, Cornwall ; four s. 
two d. Stud. Shebbear Coll., N. Devon; 
e. m. 1886. Recreations : Walking and cycling. 
Address : East St., South Moulton, Devon. U. 

HART, Rev. J. Wesley ; b. Sept. 28, 1866, at 

Wisbech ; s. of Thomas Hart, Bolton, and 
Jane Ridyard Leigh, Lanes; m. (1908) to 
Frances Elizabeth, 2nd d. of William Turner 
and Alice Yelverton, Dawbarn, Liverpool ; 
Educ. The College School, Peterborough ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Five years, in 
Bootle Circuit, 1895-1900; Assist. Sec. of 
Liverpool Synod, 1897-1903; Wesley Guild 
Sec. of Liverpool Synod, 1907-9; Temper 
ance Sec. of 1st London Synod, 1909- ; elected 
Member of Connexional Temperance Com. 
1910. Publications : In The Iron Time ; 
The Tireless Rider, &c. Hobbies: English 
Literature, lecturing, and cycling. Address ; 
29 Rectory Road, Walthamstow, N.E. W. 

HART, Rev. William Henry ; b. 1862, at upper 
Norwood ; s. of John Hart, of Upper Norwood ; 
m. Adelaide Alice, d. of H. R. Cornaby, of 
Sydenham ; four s. Educ. Private schools ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1886. Missionary in N. 
India (chiefly Calcutta English ), 1886-1903 ; 
Chairman of Calcutta Dist. 1901-3 ; Editor 
for about ten years of Indian Methodist 
Times ; Financial Sec. 3rd London Dist. since 
1905. Publication : Everyday Life in Bengal. 
Address : 89 Pepys Road, New Cross, S.E. 
W. 

HARTE, Rev. Frederick Edward, B.A. (R.U.I.); 

b. 1872, at Belfast ; s. of Rev. Edward Harte ; 
m. Annie H., d. of Rev. Wesley Guard ; three 
s. oned. Educ. Wesley Coll., Dublin; Metho 
dist Coll., Belfast; Royal Univ. of Ireland; 
e. m. 1895. Address: 33 College Gardens, 
Belfast. W. 

HARTLEY, Harold, F.C.A. ; b. Sept. 13, 1874, 
at Chislehurst ; s. of Rev. Marshall Hartley ; 
m. Clarita Rebecca, d. of N. Trahair, of St. 
Just ; one s. one d. Educ. Bolton Grammar 
School and Manor House, Clapham. Char 
tered Accountant. A partner in the Firm of 
Hartley & Hartley. Local Preacher, Class- 
leader ; been S.S. Supt. and Society Steward ; 
Supt. of Nelson s Row Mission, Clapham. 
Address : 16 Cautley Avenue, Clapham, S.W. 



HARTLEY, Rev. Horatius ; b. Sept. 10, 1866 ; 

s. of Samuel Hartley, Halifax ; m. Priscilla, d. 
of William Bartram, Grindley, Staffs ; two s. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Halifax ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Missionary in Ceylon, 
1892-1900 ; Principal of Richmond Coll., 
Galle, Ceylon, 1893-6. Recreations : Photo 
graphy and golf. Address: Wesley Manse, 
Middleton-in-Teesdale, Darlington. W. 

HARTLEY, Rev. John William ; b. 1853 ; s. of 
John Hartley, Snaith, Yorks; m. Emily, d. 
of G. Sercombe, Exeter ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1876. Address: Fairfield, Coleshill 
St., Sutton Coldfield. W. 

HARTLEY, Rev. Marshall ; 6. Jan. 26, 1846, at 

Stamford Hill ; m. d. of Rev. W. W. Rouch. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. nt. 1868. Sec. of the Schools Fund, 
1881 ; Assist. Sec. of Conference, 1886 ; Sec. 
of Conference, 1895; elected to Legal Hundred, 
1890 ; Pres. of Conference, 1903-4 ; one of the 
Sees, of the Missionary Society since 1888 ; 
visited Mission Stations in India, China, and 
Ceylon, 1898-9. Publication : Notes on a 
visit to Mission Stations in the East. Ad 
dress : 27 Nightingale Lane, Balham, S.W. 
Office : Wes. Centenary Hall, 24 Bishopsgate, 
B.C. W. 

HARTLEY, Robert Nightingale, M.B., B.S. 

(Lond.), &c. ; b. Nov. 1854, at York ; $. of 
Rev. John Hartley. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
School. Surgeon. Hon. Sec. of Governing Body 
of Kingswood School ; late Hon. Surg. of 
Leeds General Infirmary, and Prof, of Public 
Health, Leeds Univ., &c. ; Member of Foreign 
Missionary Gen. Com. and of its Medical 
Advisory Board, &c. Address: 2 Clarendon 
Road, Leeds. W. 

HARTLEY, Rev. Thomas Galland ; 6. July 5, 

1847, at Stamford Hill, London ; 3rd s. of Rev. 
John Hartley ; m. y. d. of Rev. James Jerom 
Topham, Wes. Minister; three 5. Educ. 
Holgate Seminary, York, and other private 
schools ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Elected 
to Legal Hundred, 1908 ; Chairman of Maccles- 
field Dist. 1894-7 ; Scotland Dist. 1897-1900; 
Liverpool Dist. 1903-10 ; Associated with 
Corns, of Theological Colls, and Candidates 
for the Ministry. Recreations: Walking and 
climbing. Address : 3 Jordan St., Preston. 
W. 

HARTLEY, Sir William P., J.P., Kt. (cr. 1908); 
b. 1846, at Colne, Lanes ; s. of John Hartley ; 
m. Martha Horsfield ; one s. seven d. Educ. 
Colne Grammar School. Preserve and Mar 
malade Manufacturer. Pres. of Conference, 
1909-10 ; Gen. Trees, of Missionary Society ; 
Freedom of Borough of Colne conferred, 1909. 
Benefactor to Liverpool University, to hos 
pitals and chapels. Publication : The Use of 
Wealth. Address : Seaview, Southport. P. 

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HARVARD, Thomas Mawson ; b. Oct. 31, 1861, 
at Southport ; s. of Rev. John Harvard ; m. 
Maud de Jersey, d. of Rev. Thomas Thompson, 
M.A. ; twos. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield; 
King Edward s Grammar School, Birming 
ham; City of I/mdon School. India 
Rubber Planter and Manufacturer; Member 
of Conchological and Monumental Brass So 
cieties; has held many circuit offices, and 
served on Dist. Corns. Address : 4 Queen s 
L,eaze, Forest Hill, S.E. W. 

HARVEY, Rev. Edwin Josiah William, B.A., 

B.Sc. ; b. Dec. 20, 1873, at Liverpool ; s. of 
Richard T. Harvey. Educ. Liverpool Inst. ; 
Univ. Coll. (Univ. of Liverpool), Tate Science 
Scholar, B.Sc. (2nd Class Honours, 1897) ; 
B.A. Trinity Coll.. Cambridge; Handsworth 
Theological Coll. 1897-9 ; e. m. 1899. During 
residence in Sheffield honorary Examiner in 
Biblical knowledge to Sheffield Education Com. 
Recreation: Golf. Address: Trinity Manse, 
Felixstowe. W. 

HARVEY, Rev. Frederick James ; b. i860, at 

Bayswater, L,ondon ; m. I41ian, d. of James 
Hudson, of Acton ; one s. Stud, at Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Assist, to Pres. of 
Conference, Rev. J. Walton, M.A., 1887. 
Address : 5 St. Bede s Park, Sunder land. W. 

HARVEY, Rev. Lucas Jason ; b. June 3, issi, 

at Pontypool, Mon ; s. of Rev. William 
Harvey ; m. Elizabeth Beckerleg, of Newlyn, 
Penzance; three s. one d. Educ. St. Ives 
Academy and other schools ; e. m. 1869. 
Recreation: Walking. Address: Walcot 
House, Bell St., Brierley Hill, Staffs. P. 

HARVEY, Thomas Morgan, J.P. ; &. Jan. 2. 

1835, at Hayle, Copperhouse, Cornwall ; s. 
of Francis Harvey ; m. 1862, H. E. Cowey, of 
Annfield Plain, Co. Durham; one s. five d. 
Educ. Hayle Foundry. J.P. for Counties of 
Herts and Middlesex, and Borough of 
Tunbridge Wells. Address : Salesmere, 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent. W. 

HARVEY, Thomas Salmon, J.P. ; b. April 18, 

1839, at Tunstall, Staffs; s. of William 
Harvey ; m. 1st, Ellen Tunstall Meir, of Tun- 
stall ; 2nd, Eliza Richards, of Ross, Hereford, 
widow of Dr. Geo. Richards; two s. Educ. 
Wes. day school, Tunstall ; Westminster 
Training Coll. Head Master of a Wes. day 
school for 51 years ; Member of Corporation, as 
Councillor and Alderman, for 15 years ; Member 
of Board of Guardians for 17 years ; has filled 
many church offices. Address: Waverley, 
11 Clarendon Avenue, Leamington Spa. W. 

HA8KELL, Rev. Horace Bray, Ph.B., M.A. 

b. Sept. 5, 1869, at N. Vassalboro, Maine, 
U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. Conforth L,. and Carrie 
Augusta Jones Haskell ; m. Bessie Gott Thur- 
low, of Stonington, Maine, U.S.A. ; one s 
one d. Educ. East Maine Conference Semi 
nary, Garrett Biblical Inst., Taylor Univ 
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(Ph.B.), Univ. of Maine (M.A.) ; specialized in 
English literature and History ; e. nt. East 
Maine Conference, 1894. Supt. of Bucksport 
Dist., East Maine Conference; Pres. of First 
Gen. Conference of Dist. Epworth league ; 
Pres. of Superintendents Assoc. of New 
England, U.S.A. lecturer on literary sub 
jects, and Young People s Work ; has written 
Articles in Church Press. Recreations : 
Skating, swimming, gardening, and enter 
taining. Address: Ellsworth, Maine, U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

HASKINS, Rev. Nathaniel Robert, M.A.; b. 

1864, at Tinahely, Co. Wicklow ; s. of Na 
thaniel Haskins, of Wicklow. Educ. King s 
Hospital, Dublin; Royal Univ., Ireland; 
Meth. Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1887; m. 1895. 
Address : Methodist Manse, Skibbereen, Ire 
land. W. 
HASLAM, Arthur Stuart, M.A. ; 6. Oct. 15, 1861, 

at Liverpool; m. Jane Mary Ibberson, 
Cambridge ; one s. Educ. St. Bees Grammar 
School ; Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge ; Classical 
Tripos, Cambridge. Head Master of Queen s 
Coll., Taunton. Address : Queen s Coll., 
Taunton. W. 

HASLAM, Edwin, F.A.I. ; b. July 17, 1861, at 
Bolton. Auctioneer and Valuer. I^ocal 
Preacher for 32 years ; Class- leader ; has been 
Society and Poor Steward. Address: 20 
Somerset Road, Bolton. W. 

HASSARD, Rev. Wm. Ed., B.A., B.D.; b. 
Aug. 14, 1868, at Collin s Bay, Ont., Canada j 
s. of Rev. Richard and I*. A. Hassard ; m. 
Florence A. Shaver, of Ancaster, Ont.; 
one s. one d. Educ. Cobourg ; Victoria 
Univ.; e. m. 1890. For the past five years 
has been a Dist. Sec. of the Canadian Bible 
Society, with office at 14 College St., Toron 
to. Address: 120 Grace St., Toronto, 
Canada. C. 

HASTINGS, James J. ; b. May 17, 1852, at 
Misterton, Nottinghamshire ; s. of Daniel and 
Ivavinia Hastings; m. 1875, Ellen Raynes 
Brown (deceased), of West Stockwith ; five 
s. four d. Educ. Prvate school. Registrar 
of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Circuit 
Steward for three years, L^ocal Preacher for 
25 years; has held office as Poor, Society 
Steward, and S.S. Supt. lifelong Abstainer ; 
Sec. of Misterton Temperance Hall for 35 
years ; Past President Lincolnshire Poor 
I^aw Officers Assoc. Publications : Magazine 
and Newspaper Articles. Recreation : Boat 
ing. Address: Ivydene, ^ Misterton, Gains 
borough. W. 

HASWELL, Lt.-Col. F. R. N., V.D. retired, J.P. j 
b. March 31, 1834, at Southwark ; s. of Rev. 
J. Partis Haswell and Mary Wilson ; m. Anna 
Young, of Campville, N. Shields; three s. 
two d. Educ. Taunton Coll. F.R.I.B.Architects ; 
Trustee of many chapels ; has been Circuit 



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Steward and Rep. to Conference. Recreations : 
Archaeological and antiquarian. Address : 
Cauldwell House, Monkseaton, Northumber 
land. W. 
HATCH, Rev. John Wood, B.S., M.S.; b. 

March 2, 1864, at Presque Isle, Maine ; s. of 
Lemuel and Eunice Wood Hatch ; m. Isabel 
Georgia Flye, of Kingman, Maine ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Presque Isle and Orono, Maine ; 
Univ. of Maine ; e. m. in East Maine Confer 
ence, 1893. Was Prof, of Science in Hampton 
Institute at Hampton, Virginia ; was a 
teacher and Supt. of Public Schools; was 
Chairman of Board of Examiners of East 
Maine Conference, and a Trustee of East 
Maine Conference Seminary ; was appointed 
Presiding Elder of Bangor Dist. of East Maine 
Conference by Bishop Henry W. Warren, 
April, 1907. Recreations : All kinds of hard 
work. Address: 30 Fifteenth St., Bangor, 
Maine. M.E. Ch. 

HAUGHTON, Rev. Alfred George ; b. Sept. 15, 

1853, in London ; s. of Samuel Michael 
Haughton ; m. Elizabeth Jane, only d. of 
Thomas Woodruff, of Somersham, Hunts; 
two d. Stud, at Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Publication : The Christian Life, and How to 
Live it. Address: Fern Villa, Downham 
Market, Norfolk. W. 

HAUGHTON, Rev. Walter Wigley ; b. Oct. 4, 

1862, at Clapham ; s. of Samuel Michael 
Haughton ; m. Margaret Mary, d. of Rev. 
John Reacher ; one s. one d. Educ. Collegiate 
School, Southborough ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1884. Publications : Parson Hardwork s 
Nut, &c. ; Mr. Sam and his Talkative Clock ; 
Twentieth Century Miracles ; Thomas Dean s 
Lost Money. Recreations: Walking. Ad 
dress : 33 Gore Road, Victoria Park, N.E. 
W. 

HAWKEN, Rev. Cooper Graystone ; b. NOV. is, 

1866, at Woodchurch, Kent; s. of Rev. 
William Hawken, B.C. Minister; m. Louisa 
J. Bevan, of Lifton, Devon ; two s. two d. 
Stud, at Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 1886. 
Vice-Pres. of Welsh National Union of 
Y.P.S.C.E. 1903-4 ; Sec. of Chatham, Guernsey, 
and Cardiff F.C.C. ; Member of Tottenham 
Education Com. 1906-10 ; Chairman of Can 
teen Com. ; edited Young People s Magazine ; 
Rep. the B.C.C. as Associate Editor of The 
Free Methodist before the Union of 1907 ; has 
been Member of Connexional and Missionary 
Corns. ; Pres. Tottenham and Edmonton 
F.C.C. ; Sec. London Dist. (U.M.) Young 
People s Com. Contributor to various re 
ligious Newspapers and Magazines. Address: 
52 Downhills Park Road, West Green, Totten 
ham, London, N. U. 

HAWKEN, Rev. William ; b. May 20, 1841, nr. 
Liskeard, Cornwall ; s. of Wm. Hawken, of 
Plymouth ; m. 1st, Mary, d. of Joseph Dai- 
linger, of Plymouth ; 2nd, Mary, d. of Joseph 



Denton, M.D., of Leicester ; three c. Educ. 
Private school, Plymouth ; e. m. 1863. Ad 
dress : Annesley, Potters Bar, Middlesex. W. 

HAWKES, Rev. Philip ; b. May 24, 1853, at 
Aylesford, Kent; s. of William Hawkes, of 
Eccles, Kent ; m. Edith Jackson, of Crewe ; 
three s. three d. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1876. Recreation : Cricket. Address : 9 Port 
land Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. W. 

HAWKIN, Rev. Edward ; b. March 12, 1839, at 
Hull, Yorks ; s. of Edward Hawkin and Anne 
Driffield ; m. Harriet Dix Wilcox, of Bristol ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Wes. Collegiate Inst., 
Taunton ; e. m. 1864. Retired from circuit 
work for reasons of health, 1888 ; President s 
Assist. (Rev. John Bedford), 1867; Assist. 
Sec. for 21 years of the Fund for the Extension 
of Methodism. Publications : Various articles 
in denominational Magazines. Recreations : 
Pastoral visitation and gardening. A ddress : 
5 Hamilton Road, Ealing, W. W. 

HAWKIN, Robert Crawford ; 6. 1871, at Ed- 

monton ; s. of Rev. Edward and Harriet Dix 
Hawkin ; m. Marie, d. of Louis Botha (Magis 
trate), of Harrismith, Orange Free State ; one s. 
Educ. Rydal Mount School ; Pembroke Coll., 
Oxford. Barrister ; Sec. of the Eighty Club. 
Addresses: 4 Greville Place, N.W. ; 3 Hare 
Court, Temple, E.C. W. 

HAWKINS, Rev. Joseph ; b. 1848, at Cummers- 
dale ; s. of James Hawkins, Carlisle ; m. 
Jeannie T. Wills, of Sunderland ; four s. 
Educ. Fergusoii and Fawcett Schools; Sun 
derland Coll. ; m. 1871. Has been a Member 
of Workington and Skelmanthorpe School 
Boards, and Sec. of Building, Dist., and Centen. 
Corns. Publications : Centen. Souvenir of 
Carlisle and Whitehaven Dist. and numerous 
letters in Education Controversy. Address: 
Malvern House, Barnard Castle. P. 

HAWKINS, Thomas Albert, J.P. ; b. Aug. 26, 
1854, at Cheslyn Hay, Staffs ; s. of Joseph 
Hawkins, Colliery Proprietor; m. 1881, 
Alethea, y. d. of William Crutchley ; two 
s. one d. Colliery Proprietor; S.S. Teacher 
and Supt. for 40 years. J.P. for County 
of Staffs, Chairman of Caunock Rural 
District Council, Member of Cannock Board 
of Guardians, formerly a Member of Cheslyn 
Hay School Board, and C.C. for Staffs; 
Address : Glenthorne, Cheslyn Hay, nr. 
Walsall. U. 

HAWKINS, Rev. Walter ; b. Jan. 16, 1857, at 

Brixton Hill; s. of Benjamin Hawkins, of 
Brixton Hill ; m. Annie, d. of Richard White, 
of Brixton Hill; three c. Educ. Binfield 
House, Clapham ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Founder (1904) and Pres. of London Wes. 
Cricket League, wherein many hundreds of 
young Methodists are associated helpfully. 
Publications : Hymns (variously published) ; 
part author of The Story of Alfred the Great. 

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HAWLEY 

Recreation: Cricket. Address: 86 Park 
Lane, Croydon. W. 
HAWLEY, Rev Henry ; b. Jan. 14, 1859, at 

Ludworth, Co. Durham ; s. of John and Jane 
Hawley ; m. 1888, Margaret Jane Stewart, of 
North Shields. Educ. Ludworth and Clay 
Cross ; RanmoorColl., Sheffield ; e. m. M.N.C. 
1881. Left an orphan at 13, converted when 
just over 14, a S.S. Teacher at 16, a Local 
Preacher at 17, a Trustee of a Meth. Chapel 
at 21. Address: 21 Margaret St., Hull. U. 

HAZEL, Alfred Ernest William, M.A., B.C.L., 

LL.D. ; s. of John Hazel, of West 
Bromwich. Educ. West Bronrwich Wes. 
school ; King Edward s School, Birmingham ; 
Jesus Coll., Oxford. Barrister (Oxford Cir 
cuit) and Law Lecturer, Oxford Univ. ; 
Fellow and Dean of Jesus Coll., and 
Lecturer of Queen s and Pembroke Colls., 
Oxford ; Reader in Constitutional I,aw and 
Legal History to the Inns of Court, London ; 
M.P. (L-) for West Bromwich, 1906-9; 
Author of sundry educational works. 
Recreations : Golf, hockey, cycling, and 
politics. Addresses: Victoria St., West 
Bromwich ; Jesus College, Oxford. Clubs : 
National Liberal ; Birmingham Liberal ; 
Eighty. W. 
HEALING, Rev. Charles Arnold, M.A. ; b. Jan. 6, 

1868, at Highbury, London ; s. of Thomas 
Healing, I.S.O. ; m. Emma K. J., d. of Joseph 
Searle, of Kentish Town ; one s. Educ. Cen 
tral Foundation Schools ; Finsbury Technical 
Coll. ; City Guilds Central Inst. (Inst. Scholar, 
Diploma of Associate of Inst. in 1889) ; Dur 
ham Univ. (Exhibitioner), B.A. (1900), M.A. 
(1903); Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Member 
of Connexional S.S. and Education Corns. 
Publications : The Temptation of Christ ; 
Thomas Healing, Lover of Children, Teacher 
of Teachers ; Sunday School Preparation 
Class Column in Methodist Recorder, and 
Lesson Outlines in Sunday School Magazine. 
Recreation : Cricket and Print Collecting. 
Address : 35 Josephine Avenue, Brixton Hill, 
S.W. W. 

HEAP, Rev. Albert Leathley, B.A. (Lond.) ; b. 

Sept. 1873, at Bradford; s. of John Swain 
Heap ; m. Elsie Kate, d. of W. T. Pepper, 
of Upper Tooting ; two 5. Educ. Bradford 
Grammar School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1897. Sub-Tutor at Headingley, 1896-7 ; 
Hon. Scripture Examiner for Sheffield Educa 
tion Com. 1907-8. Recreations : Cricket and 
cycling. Address : 112 Deepdale Road, 
Preston. W. 

HEAP, Charles, J.P. ; b. 1845, at Rochdale ; s. 
of Samuel Heap ; m. Margaret Ellen, d. of 
John Stockdale Hudson ; eight c. Educ. 
Wes. Coll., Sheffield. Bleacher, Dyer, and 
Finisher. Class-leader, Local Preacher, S.S. 
Supt. ; Treas. of Children s Fund, Bolton 
Dist. Mayor of Rochdale, 1907-8. Re- 
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creation : Golf. Address : Caldershaw, Roch 
dale. W. 

HEAP, Joseph Hammond ; b. April 4, 1877, at 

Bradford, Yorks ; 4th s. of John Swain Heap ; 
m. Mabel, 3rd d. of Jonathan Wilkinson, of 
Bradford ; two d. Educ. Bradford Grammar 
School. Solicitor. S.S. Teacher and Local 
Preacher; Dist. Guild Sec. and Member of 
Guild Central Council. Address : 33 Ley- 
lands Crescent, Heaton, Bradford. W. 
HEAP, Rev. William Henry ; b. Feb. 18, 1869 ; 
e. s. of John Swain Heap, of Bradford ; m. 
Gertrude, e. d. of J. R. Byrom, of Droylsden, 
Manchester ; four d. Educ. Eastbrook Higher 
Grade, then Bradford Technical Coll. ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Temperance 
Advocate. Contributor to Magazines. Ad 
dress : 358 Beverley Road, Hull. W. 

HEARTZ, Rev. William H., D.D. ; b. 1841, a; 
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; s. of 
Richard and Jane Heartz ; m. 1867, Julia, 
e. d. of late Thomas Killam, M.P., of Yar 
mouth, N.S. ; two s. five d. Educ. Cen 
tral Acad., Charlottetown, Prince Edward 
Island, and Sackville, N.B. ; Mount Allison 
Univ., Sackville; e. m. 1862. Pres. of Nova 
Scotia Conference five times ; elected Rep. 
to Gen. Conference every time since the 
Union, now Conference Evangelist without 
salary; one daughter, Jane Heartz Bell, a 
certified M.D., now practises in Halifax, N.S.; 
by marriage of his daughters he has five 
Doctors in his family. Address : Amherst, 
Cumberland Co., Nova Scotia. C. 

HEATH, Rev. David ; b. 1842, at Newcastle- 
under-Lyme ; s. of Thomas and Elizabeth 
Heath ; m. Anne Goolden, of Altrincham e. m. 
1865. For 30 years on Exec, of United King 
dom Band of Hope Union, and now a Vice- 
Pres. ; Pres. of M.N.C. Conference, 1898 ; a 
Guardian Rep. of U.M.C. Publications : The 
Free Church Movement in England ; pamphlets 
on Christ and Modern Life; Seventeen 
Hundred and Ninety-seven ; Homespun Holi 
ness, &c. Address : 59 Warley Road, Black 
pool, Lanes. U. 

HEATON, Charles, J.P. ; b. Feb. 14, 1829, at 
Bolton ; *. of John and Elizabeth Heaton ; 
m. Margaret Ann, d. of John Walker ; one s. 
four d. Educ. Bolton and Tarvin Hall, nr. 
Chester. Cotton Spinner. Class-leader since 
1854 ; Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Conference 
several times ; Town Councillor, 1860-6 ; 
Trustee of several Chapels in Bolton and 
Southport; one of the founders of the Wes. 
Meth. Trust Assurance Co., Ltd., and Chairman 
since 1890 ; Magistrate for County Borough of 
Bolton since 1874. Address: Marlborough 
House, Hesketh Park, Southport. W. 

HEATON, Rev. Daniel ; b. NOV. 24, 1852, at 

Linthwaite, nr. Huddersfield ; s. of Benjamin 
Heaton; m. Annie E., d. of J. W. Clegg, of 
Manchester ; four s. two d. Educ. Wilbraham 



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HENDERSON 



Acad., Mass. ; Wes. Univ., Middle town, Conn., 
U.S.A. ; e. m. 1879. Assist, to Rev. Dr. 
James, 1884 ; Assist, to Principal National 
Children s Home and Orphanage, 1886. 
Publications: Various Articles in denomination 
al papers. Recreations : Cycling and walking. 
Address: Wesley Manse, Woking. W. 

HEATON, Rev. William James, B.D., F.R.H.S. ; 

b. March 26, 1845, at Hartlepool ; s. of Rev. 
Joseph Heaton ; m. Louisa, d. of H. Somerford, 
of Canterbury ; six c. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove School, and Dr. Carr s School, Notting 
ham ; e. m. 1869. Has been Financial Sec. 
of E. Anglia Dist. ; Pres. of S. Staffs Council ; 
Founded Soldiers Homes at Woolwich and 
Portsmouth. Publications : Our own English 
Bible ; Should not the Revised Version be 
Further Revised ? The Bible of the Reforma 
tion. Recreation : Music. Address : Prince of 
Wales s Road, Dorchester, Dorset. W, 

HEBBRON, Rev. Ralph ; b. April, 1848, at Har- 
rogate ; s. of Henry Hebbron ; m. Mary Ellen, 
3rd d, of Rev. John Packett, Wesleyan Reform. 
Educ. British School, Harrogate ; P.M. and 
Owens Colls., Manchester ; e. m. 1875. Con 
tributor of Articles to various Magazines. 
Recreation: Walking. Address: 83 Industry 
Road, Darnall, Sheffield. U. 

HEDGES, Alfred Paget, J.P.; b. Dec. 30, 
1867, at Chelsea; s. of William Hedges, of 
Ealing ; m. Florence, d. of James Hicks ; four 
s. Educ. Milton, Kent. Merchant. Has filled 
all offices open to laymen. M.P. (I,.), Ton- 
bridge Div. of Kent 1906-9 ; J.P. for Kent. 
Address : Leigh, nr. Tonbridge, Kent. Club : 
Reform. N.T. I.Y., Tonbridge. W. 

HEELIS, Frederick, F.C.I.S., F.R.G.S.; b. 

March 24, 1868, at Barnoldswick, Yorks ; 
s. of Thomas Heelis ; m. Emily Walker, of 
Skipton, Yorks ; one s. one d. Sec. of 
Pitman s School, London. Local Preacher, 
Circuit Steward, and Conductor of Mens 
Bible-class. Examiner in Commercial Sub 
jects to Lanes, and Clies. Union of Institutes, 
West Riding C.C.,and the Midland Counties 
Union of Institutes. Publications : How to 
teach Business Training; Theory and 
Practice of Commerce ; Modern Commercial 
Practice with Correspondence ; Home and 
Import and Export Trades ; Questions and 
Answers in Business Training. Address: Aire- 
ville, Cambridge Road, Watford, Herts. W. 

HELLYAR, Rev. John ; b. Oct. 6, 1862, at 
Rothsay, Ont., Canada; s. of John and 
Elizabeth Hellyar ; m. Sara Eliza Wait, of 
Tilsonburg, Ont. ; one d. Educ. Hamilton 
High School, Ont.; Wesley Coll., Winnipeg, 
Man. ; e. m. 1888, in the Man. and North-West 
Conference. Began work in Southern Alberta. 
Address: Thornhill, Manitoba, Canada. C. 



HELME, Norval Watson, J.P. , M.P. ; 6.1849; s. 
of James Helme ; m. Mary, d. of Thomas 



Wilson ; two s. one d. Manufacturer ; J.P. 
and County Alderman for Lancashire; 
Chairman of Lancashire Asylums Board ; 
Pres. of the Non-County Boroughs Assoc. ; 
Alderman of the Borough of Lancaster ; Pres. 
of Lancaster Chamber of Commerce ; Mayor 
of Lancaster, 1896-7. M.P. (I,.) Lancaster 
Div. of Lancashire N. since 1900. 
Addresses : Springfield Hall, Lancaster ; 4 
Whitehall Court, S.W. T. 36, Lancaster. 
Clubs : Reform ; Municipal and County ; 
National Liberal. W. 

HELME, Robert Newton ; b. 1855 ; s. of James 
Helme ; m. Lilian, d. of Rev. Egerton R. 
Young, Canada ; one s. two d. Manufacturer. 
Address : Netherleigh, Lancaster. W. 

HEMP, Rev. William James ; b. Feb. 11, 1878, 

at Great Yarmouth ; s. of Mr. Thos. E. Hemp, 
of Gt. Yarmouth ; m. Daisy Lilian Spooner, of 
Acle, Norfolk. Educ. Gt, Yarmouth ; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1901. Address: 
Roseville, Knighton, Radnorshire. P. 

HEMSHALL, Rev. J. H. ; b. 1852, at Kirton 
Lindsey ; s. of late Samuel Hemshall ; m. J. 
Sutherland-Smith, of Grays, Essex, e. m. 
1877. Sec. of Nottingham Dist. Building Com. 
for nine years. Recreation : Cycling. Ad~ 
dress : 85 Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston, 
Derbyshire. P. 

HENDERSON, Arthur, M.P. ; b. 1863, at Glas 
gow ; m. 1888, d. of William Watson, of Forest 
Row, Sussex ; three s. one d. Served ap 
prenticeship as moulder at Messrs. Robert 
Stephenson & Co. s works at Newcastle ; has 
held a number of official positions in connexion 
with his Trade Union. Local Preacher; 
abstainer. For some time a member of the 
Newcastle Town Council and Darlington 
Borough Council, and Mayor, 1903 ; M.P. 
(Lab.) Barnard Castle Div. Durham since 
1903 ; was chosen as colleague for John 
Morley at Newcastle in 1895, but withdrew 
in favour of James Craig ; appointed a Member 
of the Govt. Railway Commission, Aug. 1911. 
Address : Teesdale, Rodenhurst Road, Clapham 
Park, S.W. W. 

HENDERSON, Harry Short ; b. Sept. i, 1861, at 

Brigg ; s. of Joshua Houlton Henderson ; m. 
Jane Elizabeth Holland, of Rock Ferry ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Grammar School, Brigg. Corn 
Merchant. Trustee; has been Soc. and 
Chapel Steward, S.S. Sec., Circuit Steward,. 
Missionary Sec. ; Rep. to Conference, 1908. 
Addresses: 272 B ever ley Road, Hull; 1 
Carrington Avenue, Hornsea. W. 

HENDERSON, Rev. William; b. May 19, 

1850, at Kilsyth, Scotland; s. of James 
Henderson and Agnes Marshall; m. 
Ellen, d. of Henry Berry. Cotton Manufac 
turer, Holmfield, Barrowford, Lanes; 
three s. two d. Educ. Kilsyth parish school ; 

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HIBBARD 



Glasgow Univ.; e. m. 1873. Address: 57 
Musters Road, Nottingham. W. 

HENDRIX, Rev. Eugene Russett, D.D., IJ..D. 

Bishop ; b. May 17, 1847, at Fayette, Mo. 
*. of Adam and Isabel Murray Hendrix ; m 
Annie E. Scarritt, of Kansas City, Mo. ; four 
d. Educ. Central Coll.; Union Theologica 
Seminary ; A. M. of Wes. Univ. ; e. m. 1869 ; 
Pastor until 1878, when elected Pres. of Centra! 
Coll., Fayette, Mo. ; elected Bishop in 1886 
First Fres. of Federal Council of the Churches 
of Christ in America. Publications : The Re 
ligion of the Incarnation ; The Personality of 
the Holy Spirit; Skilled labour for the 
Master; Christ s Table Talk. Recreations: 
Driving, hunting, and travel. Address: 
3242 Norledge Place, Kansas City, Mo. 
M.E. Ch., S. 

HENSHALL, Rev. Frederick William ; b. NOV. 

2, 1875, at Hednesford, Staffs; s. of 
David Henshall, Hednesford, Staffs ; m. R. 
White, of Rugeley, Staffs. Educ. West Hill 
Board school, Hednesford; Hartley Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1900. Address : 3 Harding 
Terrace, Stoke-on-Trent. P. 

HENSHAW, Rev. Samuel Shipley ; b. Aug. 15, 

1847, at New Brindsley, Notts ; m. Margaret, 

d. of William Fletcher, Rope Manufacturer, 
Sunderland ; two s. two d. Stud. Sunder- 
land Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Gen. S.S. Sec. 1902-7 ; 
Sec. of Young People s Missionary Dept. ; 
Pres. of Conference, 1910. Publications: 
The Romance of our Sunday Schools : being 
the Mcrse lecture for 1910 ; Handbooks on 
Teachings of Jesus ; I<ife of Joseph ; Mis 
sionary Journeys of Paul; The History of 
the Primitive Methodist Church, for scholars. 
Address: 33 Victoria Avenue, York Road, 
I,eeds. P. 

KENWOOD, Rev. John Thomas ; b. Dec. 10, 
1861, at St. Blazey, Cornwall ; s. of John and 
Grace Kenwood ; m. Emma Jeffery, of Chag- 
ford, Devon ; one s. Educ. Plymouth ; e. m. 
1883. Address: 1 Hawthorne Vi Iks, Watering 
Hill, St. Austell. U. 

HEPPELL, Rev. Thomas ; b. Jan. 28, 1876, at 

Corbridge-on-Tyne ; s. of John Heppell. 
Educ. Corbridge National School ; Hexham 
Board School ; Westminster Training Coll. ; 

e. m. 1899. Publication : The Divine Refuge 
and Other Sermons. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address : Hague House, Waltham Abbey, 
Essex. W. 

HERBEN, Rev. Stephen Joseph, A.B., B.D., 

I,itt.D., D.D. ; b. May 11, 1861, at I/mdon, 
England ; m. Grace Ida Foster, of Chicago, 
111. ; two s. Educ. North-western Univ., 
Evanston, 111. ; Garrett Biblical Inst., Evan- 
ston, 111. ; e. m. Rock River Conference, 1889. 
Served for a brief period as pastor; 1890-5. 
Assist. Editor of The Epworth Herald ; 1895- 
1904, Assist. Editor of The Christian Advo- 
110 



cate; 1904- , Editor of The Epworth 
Herald ; Member of the Oecumenical Con 
ferences of 1901 in I*ondon, and 1911 in 
Toronto ; Member also of the World Mis 
sionary Conferences in New York, 1900, and 
in Edinburgh, 1910. Address: 14 West 
Washington St., Chicago, 111. M.E. Ch. 

HEWARD, Rev. Thomas Brown ; b. Oct. i, 
1880, at Stockton-on-Tees ; s. of late William 
Heward, W. Hartlepool; m. 1910, Kathleen, 
e. d. of Alderman E. C. Rawlings, J.P., 
Selicitor. Stud, at Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1903. Recreations : Reading and chess. 
Address : 45 Selwyn Avenue, Richmond, 
Surrey. P. 

HEWITT, Aaron ; b. Nov. 28, 1868, at Raw- 
marsh, Rotherham ; s. of Wm. and Mary 
Hewitt ; m. Annie Ellis, of Norton, Sheffield ; 
six s. one d. Educ. Rawmarsh Grammar 
School. Commercial Traveller. Sec. of I^ocal 
Preachers Meeting, and of Circuit Quarterly 
Meeting; Deader of Mixed Bible-class for 
eight years ; became I,ocal Preacher, 1902 ; 
has held most offices in connexion with the 
Church. Address: Selwood Villas, Chapel 
St., Belper. W. 

HEWITT, Charles Young, J.P. ; b. March 28, 

1855, at Swaffham ; s. of Charles Templeman 
Hewitt ; tn. I,izzie I^emmon, of Shouldham ; 
one s. four d. Educ. Swaffham Grammar 
School and I,ynn. Auctioneer, Valuer, and 
Farmer. J.P. for County of Norfolk. I^ocal 
Preacher; Circuit Steward; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1909 ; Member of Home Mission 
Com. ; Member of Dist. Synod for 20 years. 
Address: Eastmoor, Stoke Ferry. W. 

HEWITT, Thomas Henry, F.R.G.S. ; b. Oct. so, 

1854, at Barnsley ; s. of Thomas Hewitt, of 
Barnsley ; m. Rachel, d. of Benjamin Frost, 
Mossley Hall, Whaley Bridge; two s. two 
d. Educ. Mitchell s School and Westminster 
Training Coll. Head Master of Macclesfield 
Mill St. Higher Grade School. Member of the 
Macclesfield Education Authority. Ix>cal 
Preacher, Class-leader; Dist. Sec. of Educa 
tion Com. ; twice Rep. to Conference. Pub 
lications : Handicraft as a Factor in Mental 
Evolution, and Handicraft and Nerve Strain. 
Recreations : Golf and gardening. Address : 
Fir Grove, Victoria Road, Macclesfield. W. 

HIBBARD, Joseph Horatio ; b. June 6, 1863, at 

Mildmay Park; s. of Joseph Hibbard, of 
Newington Green, N., and Totteridge, Middle 
sex; tn. Charlotte Blankley, of Mildmay 
Park ; one s. two d. Educ. Cowper St. School. 
Surveyor and Auctioneer. Has filled various 
church offices ; many years Member of Met. 
Chapel Building Fund Com. ; elected Member 
of lyondon Com. ; I/ay Temperance Sec. 1st 
Condon Synod; also Member of Conference 
Temperance Com. Addresses : Bouldnor 
Park, Yarmouth, I.W. ; 17 Union Court, 
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HICKS 

HICKS, Charles Oliver ; b. isee, in London ; 

s. of James Hicks ; m. Ellen, e. d. of William 
Hedges, of Baling; three c. Educ. The 
Prisca Coborn Foundation. Surveyor. L.ocal 
Preacher ; Choirmaster. Has been Vice-Pres. 
of Brasted and Westerham liberal Assoc. 
Recreations : Tennis and music. Address : 
Kingston, Creffield Road, Baling, W. W. 
HICKS, Edward ; b. Feb. 28, 1857, at North- 
petherwin, Devon ; s. of late Edward and 
Willmott Hicks, of Northpetherwin, Devon ; 
m. Harriet Fry, of Week-St.-Mary, Cornwall ; 
one d. Boot Manufacturer. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, Circuit and Soc. Steward; 
Trustee; Member of the Synod; Rep. to 
Conference, 1907. Address: High Street, 
L.aunceston, Cornwall. W. 

HICKS, Rev. James; b. July 19, 1870, at 

L.uckett, Cornwall, Eng. ; s. of William and 
Elizabeth Hicks; m. Carrie S. Crocker, of 
Plymouth; one s. one d. Columbian Coll., 
New Westminster, B.C.; e. m. 1891. Ad 
dress: Salmon Arm, British Columbia. C. 

HIGGINS, John H. ; b. 1854, at Manchester ; 
m. Annie Moon, of Preston. Educ. Manchester 
Grammar School ; Clevedon Coll., North 
ampton. Brick Manufacturer. Director of 
Temperance Billiard Halls Co., L.td. Trust 
Treas. ; Member of Manchester and Salford 
Mission Com. Address : Ashdown. Middleton 
Road, Higher Crumpsall, Manchester. W. 

HIGGS, HoratiO, J.P. ; b. Jan. 1859, at Hols- 
worthy, Devon ; s. of James Higgs, J.P. ; 
m. Sarah I^ouisa Greet, of Bradninch, Devon ; 
one d. Educ. Blundell s School, Tiverton, 
and Dartmouth House (Shaws), Tulse Hill, 
S.W. J.P. for Devon; County Aid. for 
Devon. Has filled almost every church 
office. Recreations : Gardening and fishing. 
Addresses: Waterpark, Holsworthy, Devon; 
The Hermitage, Welcombe, Devon. W. 

HIGMAN, Rev. Joseph ; b. April 28, 1876, at 

Roche; s. of Woodman Higman, of Roche, 
Cornwall ; m. Ethel, o. d. of Rev. W. F. Ellis. 
Educ. Roche Board schools ; Shebbear Coll., 
N.Devon; e. m. 1902. Address: 236 Eccle- 
sall Road, Sheffield. U. 

HIGSON, Rev. Richard H. ; b. April 3, 1852; 

s. of Richard and Margaret Higson ; m. Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of Stephen little, of Bristol; 
two s. Educ. Fletcher day school, Bolton ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Address : 
Ep worth, Park Road, Wellingborough. W. 

HILL, Francis George, J.P. ; b. Oct. 3, 1868, 

at Pietermaritzburg, Natal; s. of Samuel 
George Hill, of Kroonstad, O. F. State; 
m. Catherine Johanna, d. of D. B. Haupt- 
fleisch, of Wellington, C.C. ; four s. two d. 
Educ. Government schools, Kroonstad, and 
Pietermaritzburg (Natal). Solicitor. Circuit 
Steward and S.S. Teacher ; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1899-1904, 1906-7-8-9-10-11. Re- 



HILL 



creations: Tennis, golf, and boating. Ad 
dress : P.O. Box 32, Kroonstad, Orange Free 
State, South Africa. S.A. 

HILL, Rev. James Brentnall ; b. Jan. 19, 1876, 

at Pinxton, Derby; s. of John J. Hill; m. 
Mary Ellen, d. of Thomas S. Strutt, of Mans 
field Woodhouse, Notts ; one s. Educ. Wes. 
Higher Grade School, King St., Derby ; e. m. 
1900. Sec. of British Guiana Dist. Synod since 
1907. Editor of British Guiana Methodist 
Greeting, 1905-10. Address: Cullen Manse, 
Suddie, P.O., Essequibo, British Guiana. W. 

HILL, Rev. John Wesley; b. May 8, ises, at 

Kalida, Ohio ; s. of John Wesley (D.D.) and 
Elizabeth (Hughes) Hill; m. 1st (June 1888), 
Nora Holmes, of Findlay, O. ; 2nd (Nov. 1905), 
Sadie Harrison Schmidt, of Brooklyn ; two s. 
oned. Ordained M.E. Ministry, 1889. Pastor 
of Met. Temple, New York. A.B. Ohio 
Northern U., Ada, 1887; grad. student 
Boston Theol. Seminary, 1887 ; D.D. (Ohio 
Northern) 1892 ; LL.D. (Upper la. U.) 1908. 
Widely known as civic and political speaker ; 
made first appearance in Elaine campaign ; 
took active part in McKinley compaign, 1896 ; 
delivered prayer Rep. Nat. Conv., Chicago, 
1908 ; accompanied Candidate Taft on his 
north-western campaign and spoke many times; 
also platform and Chautauqua lecturer . Chap 
lain Pa. Senate, 1900 ; Past Grand Chaplain 
Masons, State of N.Y. ; supplied pulpit, 
Marylebone Presbyterian Ch., London, Eng 
land, summer of 1909 ; Pres. and Founder of 
International Peace Forum ; Member of 
Nat. Civic Federation ; Vice-Pres. of American 
Civic Assoc. Address: 131 W. 118th St., 
New York. Club : Republican. M.E. Ch. 

HILL, Rev. Richard; b. July 13, i860, at 

Penpoll ; s. of John Hill, of Mawnan, Corn 
wall ; m. Emma, d. of late Captain Rowse, of 
Truro ; three d. Educ. Budock ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Missionary in W. Indies, 
1877-83. Recreations : Cycling and garden 
ing. Address : St. Mawes, Cornwall. W. 
HILL, Thomas; b. 1840, at Ludlow, Salop; 
s. of Thomas Hill, a Local Preacher and 
Class-leader ; m. 1st, E. R. Smith, of West 
Bromwich ; 2nd, Aug. 1, 1902, E. A. Howell, 
of Handsworth ; ten c. Educ. Grammar 
School, Birmingham. For 42 years public 
official in Birmingham. Local Preacher for 
50 years, Class-leader 48 years; Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference several times ; 
Dist. Sec. for Foreign Missions for 13 years ; 
Dist. Treas. for 23 years ; Member of Princess 
Alice Orphanage from its opening, also the 
Coll. Com. at Handsworth. Recreation : The 
work of God has been my chief recreation. 
Address : Dorincourt, Moseley, Birmingham. 
W. 

HILL, Rev. William Holman ; b. Aug. 23, 1844, 

at Throwleigh, Devon; s. of William Hill; 
m. Harriett Leng, of Chichester, Sussex ; three 
s. four d. Educ, Drewsteignton school ; Sheb- 

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bear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 1866. Contributor 
to various journals. Address : Cambria House, 
Chepstow, Mon. U. 

HILLARD, Rev. Thomas Coke, B.A. (i,ond.) ; 

b. Nov. 29, 1862, at Brecon ; s. of Rev. Charles 
Hillard; m. Henrietta, d. of H. P. Stephen- 
son, of Aigburth, I^iverpool ; three s. Educ. 
Kingswood School; New Coll., Eastbourne; 
e. m. 1888. Missionary in Ceylon, 1888-95. 
Address: 30 Cauldwell Street, Bedford. W. 

HILTON, Samuel, J.P. ; b. Nov. 16, 1845, at 
Unsworth, I^ancs ; s. of Hiliel Hilton ; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of H. Barleycorn ; four s. one d. 
Educ. Bury Wes. day school. Cotton and 
I4nen Manufacturer . J.P. for county of 
Derby. Class-leader, I^ocal Preacher, &c. ; 
Chairman of Council School Managers; late 
Poor I<aw Guardian and Dist. Councillor. 
Address: Heath Bank, Marple Bridge, nr. 
Stockport. W. 

HIND, Rev. George ; b. Nov. 26, 1866, at Man 
chester ; $. of Isaac and Mary Hind ; m. 
Elsie Mildred Wilson, of Hull. Educ. Hyson 
Green Church School, Nottingham ; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1895. Sec. of Hull 
and Dist. F.C.F. for four years. Recreation : 
Cycling. A ddress : 9 Highfield, Scarborough . 
P. 

HINDSLEY, Rev. Thomas Severs ; b. Dec. 15, 

1869, at Hemingbrough, E. Yorks ; s. of 
William B. Hindsley, Farmer, of Elvington ; 
tn. Janet Darg Grieve, of Dunbar ; two s. 
Educ. Public schools and privately ; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1894. Contributor to 
Christian World Pulpit and Methodist papers. 
Recreations : Cycling, walking, and reading. 
Address ; 169 Jerningham Road, New Cross, 
S.E. W. 

HINQELEY, Rev. J. B., D.D. ; b. Jan. 26, 1856, 
at Carnucheals, Pa. ; s. of Rev. Ezra Hingeley, 
D.D., and Anne (Warwick) Hingeley; m. 
Emma E. West, of Massillon, Ohio ; six c. 
Educ. High School, Massillon, Ohio ; Am- 
herst Coll. (B.A. and M.A.); e.m.1881; D.D. 
Hamline Univ. Corresponding Sec. of Gen. 
Board of Conference Claimants, M.E. Ch. ; 
Sec. of Gen. Conference, M.E. Ch. Publica 
tions : Journal of General Conference of 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1904, 1908; 
Editor of Veteran Preacher. Address: 14 
W. Washington St., Chicago. M.E. Ch. 

HINSBY, Samuel ; b. Feb. 3, 1847, at Milton, 
Northants ; s. of Robert and Martha Hinsby ; 
tn. 1872, Alice Edey, of St. Neots ; four s. 
one d. Educ. Tempsford School. Corn 
Merchant and Miller. S.S. Supt. nearly 30 
years.^Steward for 10 years; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1895, 1911. C.C. for 22 years ; Parish 

, Councillor for 23 years (Chairman and J.P. 
1907-9). Address: St. Neots. W. 
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HIRST, Rev. Edward Wales, M.A. (Lond.). 

B.Sc. (Oxon.) ; b. June 12, 1870, at Dewsbury ; 
s. of George Hirst; m. F. Sanderson, of 
Sunderland. Educ. Dewsbury Grammar 
School ; Edin. Univ., 1888-9 ; Ranmoor 
Coll., Sheffield; Mansfield Coll. end Oxford 
Univ. 1901-3 ; e. m, 1892. Tutor of Ranmoor 
Coll. Recreations : Walking and music. 
Address: 111 Manchester Road, Sheffield. U. 

HIRST, Rev. John Henry ; b. Jan. 5, 1871, at 
Stonebroom, Derbyshire ; s. of John Henry 
and Jane Hirst ; m. Alice Maude, d. of Rev. 
W. Evans, of Clay Cross ; two c. Educ. 
Stonebroom and Clay Cross Board Schools; 
Sheffield Higher Grade School; e. m. 1892. 
Member of British C.E. Council; Sec. of 
Hull and Dist. F.C.C. ; has suffered eight 
terms of imprisonment as Passive Resister. 
Recreations : Cycling and swimming. A ddress : 
140 St. George s Road, Hull. P. 

HITCHINGS, J. J. Brlgstocke ; b. 1866, at Nar- 
berth, Pern ; s. of John Phelp Hitchings ; tn. 
Kitty, d. of Obed Hosegood, J.P., of Clifton ; 
four s. Managing Director of Davies & Co., 
I^td., leather Merchants. Circuit Steward; 
S.S. Supt. ; Dist. Treas. of Worn-out 
Ministers Fund. Chairman of Bristol liberal 
Club. Recreations: Tennis, golf, &c. Ad 
dress : 2 Cambridge Park, Bristol. W. 

HOCKEN, Rev. Charles Hale ; b. Dec. 9, 1845, at 
Gwinear, Cornwall ; tn. 1st, Rosa, d. of James 
Sheppard, of Bedford ; 2nd, Janet Milne, e. d. 
of Peter Falconer, of York ; two s. Educ. 
Wall ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Mis 
sionary in Mysore, S. India, 1872-93 ; Chair 
man for two years of the Mysore Dist. ; Editor 
for some time of Harvest Field. Publication : 
The Church and Sacraments, in Kanarese. 
Address: 8 Bewick Road, Gateshead. W. 

HOCKEN, Rev. James Henry ; b. March 6, isro, 

at Gwinear, Cornwall ; s. of Henry Hocken ; 
m. Sarah Emily, d. of Rev. Henry Parkes. 
Educ. Gwinear Wes. school ; Handsworth 
Coll.; e. tn. 1897. Address: Myrtlewood, 
I^andseer Road, Bournemouth. W. 

HOCKENHULL George C., J.P. ; b. April 12, 

1856, at Alkington Grange ; s. of W. Hocken- 
hull, Alkington Grange, Whitchurch, Salop ; 
m. Miss A. Wardle, of Old Fens Hall. Educ. 
Commercial Academy, Whitchurch. Farmerj 
I^ocal Preacher; Dist. Missionary Treas. 
Address: Kilgreen, Whitchurch. P. 

HOCKING, Rev. Joseph ; b. at St. Stephen s, 
Cornwall ; y. s. of James Hocking ; tn. Annie, 
e. d. of Joseph Brown, F.C.S., 1887 ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Crescent Range Coll., Victoria 
Park, 1881 (Prizeman) ; Owens Coll., Man 
chester, 1881 ; e. m. 1884. Minister of reli 
gion ; Novelist ; I^and Surveyor, 1878 ; tra 
velled in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, 
Greece, &c., 1887. Publications: Jabez 



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1 Union 
S.A. 



Road, Bloem- 



music. Address: 
fontein, S. Africa. 

HODGSON, Rev. James Penrose ; b. April 4, 1867, 
at Clapton, London ; s. of William Hodgson ; 
m. Gertrude Reding, of Clapton; one . 
three d. Educ. Wes. day school and privately ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Recreations : 
Cycling and cricket. Address: 56 Ampthill 
Road, Bedford. W. 



Easterbrook; Zillah; Story of Andrew 

Fairfax ; Ishmael Pengelly ; The Monk of 

Mar Saba; All Men are L.iars, a Study of 

Pessimism and Cynicism ; Fields of Fair j 

Renown, a Romance of literary L.ife ; The 

Birthright, a Romance of Cornwall ; And 

shall Trelawney Die ? ; Mistress Nancy j 

Molesworth ; The Scarlet Woman ; The 

Purple Robe ; The Madness of David Baring ; 

Lest We Forget ; O er Moor and Fen ; Greater 

Love A Flame of Fire ; Follow the Gleam ; HODGSON, Rev. Joel ; b. 1828, at Hogsthorpe, 

,. . _ f -r^ . 1 T-r- J - ... A -KTi 

Esau ; Roger Trewiruon ; The Woman of I 



Babylon ; The Man who Rose Again ; A 
Strong Man s Vow ; The Trampled Cross ; 
The Soul of Dominic Wildthorne ; The Wil 
derness ; and several later novels devoted 
especially to certain phases of the differences 
existing between Protestantism and Roman 
Catholicism. Recreations : Golf, tennis, and 
cycling. Address : Trevanion, Woodford 
Green. Clubs : National Liberal, Whitefriars. 
U. 
HOCKING, Silas Kitto ; b. March 24, 1850, at 

St. Stephen s, Cornwall ; 3rd s. of James 
Hocking and Elizabeth Kitto ; m. 1876, 
Esther Mary, y. d. of Richard Lloyd, Liver 
pool ; two s. two d. Educ. L.ocal Grammar 
School ; afterwards privately. U.M. Minister 
from 1870-96, since when has devoted 
himseli to Literature. Publications : Alec 
Green ; Her Benny ; His Father ; Reedyford ; 
Ivy ; Sea Waif ; Dick s Fairy ; Caleb Car- 
thew ; Cricket ; Tregeagles Head ; Real 
Grit; Crookleigh ; For Abigail; For Light 
and Liberty ; Where Duty Lies ; Rex Raynor ; 
One in Charity ; A Son of Reuben ; The Heart 
of Man ; For Such is Life ; In Spite of Fate ; 
God s Outcast ; The Day of Recompense ; 
The Strange Adventures of Israel Pendray ; 
The Fate of Endilloe ; The Awakening of 
Anthony Weir; Gripped; The Wizard s 
Sight ; A Bonnie Saxon ; Smoking Flax ; 
Meadowsweet and Rue ; Pioneers ; The 
Flaming Sword ; The Silent Man ; A Modern 
Pharisee ; &c. Recreations : Tennis, golf ; 
travelled in the United States, Canada, 
Algiers, and on the Continent of Europe. 
Address : 10 Avenue Road, Highgate, N. 
T. 437, Hornsey. Clubs : National Liberal, 
New Reform, Whitefriars. U. 

HODGES, Rev. Charles King ; b. Jan. 6, 1866, 

at Preston, Lanes ; s. of Joseph Hodges, of 
Preston; m. Louisa Allison, d. of Hon. D. S. 
Barrable, Queenstown, S.A. ; one s. three d 
Educ. Preston; Headingley Coll.; e. m 
1888. Governor and Head Master of Queens- 
town Wes. Grammar School, 1892-4; Gen 
Sec. of vS.S. and Religious Knowledge Exams 
from 1903 ; Gen. Sec. of Young People s 
Department, 1911. Publications: Indleli 
yo-Bomi (The Way of Life) ; Editor of Th< 
Guild and Sunday School Chronicle of S 
Africa ; Annual Better to Young People 
Recreations: Conchology, philately, and 



Lines ; s. of David Hodgson ; m. Ann Nipe, 
of Driffield ; two s. one d. Educ. private 
school; e. m. 1847. Contributor to Maga 
zines. Address: Wharf House, Swinton, 
Rotherham. P. 

HODSON, Rev. James Henry, B.A. (Queen s 

Univ., Belfast), B.D. (St. Andrews), F.E.S. 
(Lond.); b. May 30, 1852, at Bolton-le- 
Moors ; s. of John Hodson ; m. Nanny, 2nd 

d. of John Wignall, J.P., Fleetwood ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Private school, and private study 
under direction of Rev. Dr. Stephenson and 
Rev. Dr. W. F. Moulton; Didsbury Coll.; 

e. m. 1874. Editor of Experience, a quar 
terly Journal for Class-leaders. Address: 
Rhyddington, Clifton Drive, L.ytham. W. 

HODSON, Rev. Joseph Griffin ; b. June 3, 1852, 

at Birmingham ; m. 1st, Miss Killick, of Provi 
dence House, Greenstreet, Sittingbourne ; 2nd, 
Miss Strong, of Eastern House, Carhampton, 
nr. Dunster, Somerset ; four c. Educ. St. 
Paul s School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Address: 9 Tynedale Terrace, Hexham. W. 

HODSON, Rev. Joseph John, M.A. ; b. Oct. 13, 

1878, at Fishlake ; s. of Joseph John Hodson, 
of Fishlake, nr. Doncaster, Yorks ; m. Alice, 

d. of T. Grantham, of Seedley, Manchester ; 
three d. Educ. Thome Grammar School ; St. 
Cuthbert s Dunelm Univ. ; Hartley Coll. ; 

e. m. 1901. Address : Bourne House, Bry- 
namlwg, Tonypandy, Rhondda, Glam. P. 

HOGG, John Robert, J.P. ; b. May 23, 1858, at 
North Shields ; s. of George Hogg ; m. 
Margaret Walton, of North Shields ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Private schools; Causway 
Bank Academy. Wholesale Leather Mer 
chant. Circuit Steward and County Alderman 
and J.P. ; Chairman of North of England 
Temperance L.eague ; Member of Executive of 
United Kingdom Alliance ; has been Pres. of 
the Tynemouth Liberal Assoc. and Radical 
Club ; composer of several hymns set to 
music by W. H. Jude, the celebrated com 
poser. Address: L.inskill Terrace, North 
Shields. W. 

HOLCROFT, Thomas; b. Dec. 4, 1840, at 
Cheslyn Hay, Staffs ; s. of Thomas and 
Sarah Holcrof t ; m. Miss E. L.. I,ines, of Hall 
Road, Handsworth. Educ. Essington Na 
tional school, e. m. of M.N.C. 1867; re 
signed Itinerancy, 1878 ; for 28 years preached 
regularly twice on Sunday, giving practically 

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half time to Smethwick Church, in the Bir 
mingham 1st Circuit ; made Guardian Rep. by 
Conference, 1895. Address: 89 Hall Road, 
Handsworth, Staffs. U. 

HOLDEN, John Samuel Blake, J.P. ; b. 1853, at 

Grahamstown ; s. of Rev. W. C. Holden ; 
m. Ada Brown, of Somerset East. Educ. 
Uitenhage and Queenstown. Merchant. 
Circuit Steward for 30 years and S.S. Supt. 
Recreations : Reading, gardening, and cricket. 
Address: Somerset East, Cape Colony, S. 
Africa. S.A. 

HOLDSWORTH, Arthur Thomas, M.D. ; b. May, 

1856, at Birmingham; s. of Thos. Wallis 
Holdsworth, Soho Park, Handsworth ; m. 
Kate, d. of Thos. Barnsley, J.P. ; one d. 
Educ. King Edward s School and Queen s Coll., 
Birmingham. Doctor of Medicine. Circuit 
Steward. Address: 133 Soho Hill, Hands- 
worth. W. 

HOLDSWORTH, Rev. J. Forster ; b. March 25, 
1861, at Armley, I,eeds; s. of George and 
Elizabeth Holdsworth ; m. Jane Elizabeth, d. 
of Benjamin Cope, I^eamore, Walsall ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Elementary school ; Hands- 
worth Coll. e. m. 1886. Dist. Missionary in 
Bedford and Northampton and Halifax and 
Bradford Dists. Recreations : Cycling and 
golf. Address : 12 Windsor Terrace, St. 
George s Road, Glasgow. W. 

HOLDSWORTH, Rev. William West, M.A. 

(Cantab.) ; b. Jan. 24, 1859, in Jamaica ; 
s. of Rev. William Holdsworth ; m. 1st, Mary 
Calvert Williams, of Croydon ; 2nd, Mary 
Clarke Osborn, of Sheffield ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Kingswood School ; Sidney Sussex Coll., 
Camb. ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1884. Mis 
sionary in Mysore, S. India, 1884-1901 ; Tutor 
New Test. I,it., Handsworth Coll. Publica 
tions : Christ and the Gospels (Fernley I^ec- 
ture, 1911); The I,ife of Faith; Articles in 
Hastings Dictionaries ; &c. Recreations : 
Gardening and fishing. Address : Friary Road, 
Handsworth Wood, Birmingham. W. 

HOLLAND, Rev. Arthur ; b. July is, 1854, at 

Manchester ; s. of Edwin Holland ; m. Mattie, 

d. of Thomas Harding, of Seavington-St.- 
Mary, Somerset. Stud, at Headingley Coll. ; 

e. m. 1882. Address: Richmond Manse, 
Tarporley. W. 

HOLLAND, George ; b. Jan. 16, 1858, at Norton, 
nr. Doncaster ; s. of William and Ann Holland ; 
m. Jane Annie England, of Castleford ; one s. 
Educ. Norton. Glass Bottle Merchant. Cir 
cuit Steward, l/jcal Preacher, S.S. Supt. 
Address : 197 Chester Road, Sunderland. P. 

HOLLAND, Rev. William ; b. 1840, at pineal, 
Salop; s. of Joseph and Ann Holland; m. 
M. K. Bloxcidge Walker, of Kingsbury, 
Ieicestershire ; two s. three d.. Educ. Village 
school; e. m. 1867. Missionary on the Is 
land of Fernando Po, W. Africa, a Spanish 
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colony, for four terms ; banished by the 
Roman Catholic Governor 1877, and came 
home, but returned a few months later by 
order of the British and Spanish Governments. 
Address: 8 Pentyla, Aberavon, Glam. P. 

HOLLIDAY, Rev. Andrew Barnes ; b. Feb. 13, 

1878, at Islekirk Hall, Wigton, Cumberland ; 
s. of J. B. Holliday; m. Violet, d. of T. 
M Call White ; one s. Educ. Wigton Gram 
mar School; Grosvenor Coll., Carlisle; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1900. Recreation : 
Golf. Address : 1 Amberley St., Liverpool. 
W. 

HOLLING, Rev. Theophilus Ernest, B.A.; b. 

Feb. 24, 1867, at Deepcar, nr. Sheffield, Eng. ; 
s. of Joseph and A. Holling ; m. Etta J. Craw 
ford, of Birtle, Man. ; three c. Educ. Public 
schools of England ; Wesley Coll., Winnipeg ; 
e. m. 1889. B.A. of Manitoba Univ. Ad 
dress : Metropolitan Church, Victoria, B.A. C. 

HOLLINGS, Joseph William ; b. Oct. 26, i860, 

at Farsley ; s. of Jabez and Ann Rollings 5 
m. Ruth Halliday, of Farsley, Sept. 27, 1884 ; 
one s. two d. Commenced working in Factory 
at eight years of age. Railway Foreman. 
I,ocal Preacher since 1877 ; S.S. Supt. ; Del. 
to Conference, 1904. Member of Com. 
for Higher Education, Pudsey Corporation ; 
Director of I^eeds Co-operative Society ; 
Actuary of a Branch of Yorkshire Penny 
Bank for over 25 years. Address : 13 Bruns 
wick Road, Pudsey. P. 

HOLLINGS, Rev. William Wamsley ; b. Oct. 22, 

1867, at Tadcaster, Yorks ; s. of George 
Rollings; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of William 
Chadwick, of Burnley ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Tadcaster Grammar School ; Harrogate Coll. : 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Recreations ; 
Photography and lantern work. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Cross Bank, Batley. W. 

HOLLINRAKE, Rev. F. W., B.A., B.D. ; b. 

April 20, 1866, at Milton, Ont., Canada; s. 
of James Hollinrake, Merchant ; m. Emma 
Mary Acheson, of Goderich, Ont. ; two s. 
Educ. Milton public school and Albert Coll., 
Belleville; Victoria Coll., Toronto; e. m, 
1891. Recreations: Bowling and tennis. 
Address : 113 Victoria Avenue, Windsor, 
Ontario. C. 

HOLM AN, Ernest Symons ; b. Jan. 24, 1865, 

at Topsham, Devon ; s. of Richard Holman ; 
m. Elizabeth Caroline, d. of I^ewis Williams, of 
Cardiff; two s. two d. Educ. I^eys, Camb. 
Shipowner, &c. Circuit Steward, &c. Re 
creations : Shooting and motoring. Address: 
I^oxwood House, Billingshurst. W. 

HOLMAN, Rev. Harry John ; b. Oct. 11, 1872, 

at Portsmouth ; s. of John Holman ; m. 
Annie A. Bowsher, of I/ambourn ; two s. 
Educ. Private school, Portsmouth ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1900. Recreations : Cycling and 



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walking. Address: Epworth, Rectory Road, 
Redditch. W. 

HOLMES, Rev. Albert A. ; b. Dec. is, 1863, at 

Seldom Come By, Fogo Island, Newfoundland; 
s. of John and Ellen Holmes ; m. Carrie H. 
Doull, of Prince Edward Island ; one s. four d. 
Educ. At home ; Mt. Allison Univ., Sackville, 
N.B.; e. m. 1886. Spent two years as 
Missionary at Hamilton Inlet, Northern 
Labrador. Elected Pres. of Newfoundland 
Meth. Conference, 1911, and in 1910 Del. 
to Gen. Conference, Viet., B.C. ; has been 
Financial Sec. of Carbonear, Twillingate, and 
Bonavista Dists. Recreations : Camping and 
shooting. Address: Freshwater, Conception 
Bay, Newfoundland. C. 

HOLMES, Rev. Frank; b. Dec. 24, 1870, at 

Farnworth, nr. Bolton, I^ancs ; s. of Myles 
and Mary Ann (d. 1906), Holmes; m. 1899, 
Bessie, 3rd d. of Joseph I4mon, of Withern- 
sea, E. Riding of Yorks ; two s. two d. Stud. 
at Hartley Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1894. 
Contributor to Religious Newspapers and 
Magazines. Address: 114 Lambert St., Hull. 
P. 

HOLMES, Rev. John; b. Oct. 14, 1872, at 

Dacre Banks ; s. of William Holmes ; m. 
Rose Annie, d. of M. I,owcock ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Summer Bridge Wes. School ; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1898. Address: 
18 The Grove, Minsterley, Salop. P. 

HOLMES, Rev. Joshua ; b. Dec. 22, mo, at 

Dacre Banks, Yorks; m. Mary C.. only d. 
of J. C. Potter, of Burford ; one s. one d. 
Stud, at Headingley Coll. ; e, m. 1896. Joy 
ful News Evangelist, 1891-2. Recreations : 
Cricket, cycling, and mountaineering. Ad 
dress : 70 Ashbourne St., Leicester. W. 

HOLMES, Thomas Barton, J.P. ; b. March 25, 

1836, at Hull; s. of Thomas Holmes; m. 
Sarah, d. of Thomas Jackson Foster, of Hull ; 
three s. six d. Educ. Bramham Coll., Yorks. 
Tanner. J.P. for the E. Riding of Yorks; 
Member of Hull School Board for 22 years, 
and nine years Chairman ; Member of E. 
Riding C.C. at its commencement, and sub 
sequently made Aid., now retired ; was 
Chairman of Hornsea I/ocal Board and Urban 
Dist. Council for 17 years ; Pres. of the 
Hull Vocal Soc., Girls Rescue Home, Soc. 
for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and 
Hornsea Bible Soc. ; for 60 years S.S. Teacher, 
Sec., and Supt. ; for 56 years Organist ; Hull 
Dist. Treas. for Wes. Mission Soc. for over 
thirty years; Trustees Treas. about 37 
years ; has been Circuit Steward, and one of 
the Treas. of the Children s Home. Re 
creation : Golf. Address : Homestead, Horn- 
sea, E. Yorks. W. 



HOLMES, Rev. William Henry, B.A. 

1887 ; b. 1864, at Baldock, Herts; s. of Rev. 
Henry Holmes ; m. Sarah Elizabeth, d. of late 



Rev. William Shaw, of Cleethorpes, and sister 
of Rev. W. Hemingway Shaw ; one d. Educ. 
New Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove 
Schools ; Univ. Coll. of S. Wales and Mon. ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1888. I/>nd. Univ. 
Script. Exam. Certifs. (First and Further). 
Worker in connexion with the Moulton-Gedea 
Concordance to Greek Test. Recreations : 
Cycling, music, &c. Address : Woodford 
Villa, Saltash. W. 

HOLT, James, J.P. ; 6. Oct. 28, 1853, at Bury ; 
s. of James Holt, Engineer ; m. Sarah Anne 
Marshall, of Bury ; one s. four d. Educ. 
Bury Grammar School. Brass-founder. For 
22 years Supt. of large Sunday schools. A d~ 
dress : Castle Hill, Bury. U. 

HONEY, Rev. Jabez; b. June 23, 1845, at 
Beeston, nr. Bude ; s. of Thomas Honey, of 
Dux, nr. Holsworthy ; m. Elizabeth Woods, 
of St. Mary s, Rochester ; one d. Educ. 
Holsworthy ; Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 
1868. Dist. Chapel Sec. for 25 years. Ad 
dress: 114 Beaver Road, South Ashford. U. 

HONEY, Rev. John Cleverdon ; b. 1834, at 

Bridgerule, Devon ; s. of Thomas and Eliza 
beth Honey ; m. Caroline Sarah Kitt, of 
Sheerness, Kent ; five s. three d. Stud. 
Shebbear Grammar School ; e. m. 1856. Sec. 
of Bible Christian Conference 1877, and Pres. 
1878 ; Member of Connexional Corns, for 20 
years, Sec. of Connexional Fire Insurance 
Society 29 years. Address: 14 Westcroft, 
Bideford, Devon. U. 

HOOKER, Rev. Alfred Wyatt, M.B., B.S. frond.), 

M.R.C.S., ly.R.C.P.; b. May 22, 1878, at 
Putney, Condon ; s. of James Hooker. Educ. 
Charterhouse ; St. Thomas s Hospital ; e. m. 
1908. Ordained for Foreign Field only. 
House Surgeon of St. Thomas s Hospital, 1906. 
Address: Fatshan Hospital, Wesleyan Mis 
sion, Canton, S. China. W. 

HOOKINS, Rev. John Lyddon ; b. NOV. 26, 1849, 

at Bridgwater ; s. of William Hookins and 
Jane Bennett, Bridgwater ; m. 1st, Sophia 
Woollatt, of Nottingham (two s. two d.) ; 
2nd, Sarah Charnock lyumb, Halifax ; one s. 
Educ. St. Mark s, Fulham, I^ondon ; Ran- 
moor Coll., Sheffield; e. tn. 1874. Editor 
of Young People. Recreation : Chess. A d~ 
dress : Fernleigh, Russell Street, Dudley. U. 

HOOKINS, Rev. William ; b. Oct. 10, 1845, at 
Bridgwater, Somerset ; m. Ellen Jane Fisher, 
of Oldbury ; fours, three d. Educ. St. Mark s 
Coll., Chelsea, Condon; Ranmoor Coll., 
Sheffield ; e. m. 1870. College Examiner ; 
Ex-Pres. of I^eeds F.C.C. ; President of 
M.N.C. Conference, 1903 ; Superintendent 
of Irish Missions, 1890-93. Address: Zion 
Manse, Torre Hill, Torquay. U. 

HOOLE, Rev. Herbert; b. April 29, 1858, at 

Over, Cheshire ; s. of John and Nancy Hoole ; 
m. Kate Ellen, d. of George Chandler, of 
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Norwich ; three s. three d. Educ. Private 
school ; Didsbury and Handsworth Colls. ; 
e. m. 1882. Recreations : Music, fishing, and 
nature studies. Address: Southlands, Ha- 
worth, Keighley. W. 

HOOPER, Rev. George ; b. 1865, at South Bank, 
Yorkshire ; s. of Thomas Hooper and Annie 
Davison ; m. I^eebie Morrison, of Berwick, 
Shetland. Educ. Eston School, and private 
tutor ; e. m. 1898. Pres. of Metropolitan 
F.C. Federation ; Pres. of East Ham F.C.C. 
1903, and Camberwell F.C.C. 1907 ; Chair 
man of Com. that arranged visit of Representa 
tives of Churches to Germany ; Member of 
Central Old Age Pensions Com. for Condon ; 
Chairman of Camberwell and Lewisham Old 
Age Pensions Com. ; has written on Social 
subjects and Evangelistic methods ; admin 
istered Fund raised for Unemployed of West 
Ham, 1904. Recreations : Tennis and golf. 
Address: 6 The Gardens, East Dulwich, 
Condon, S.E. U. 

HOOPER, Rev. John Henry ; b. Oct. 16, 1844, 

at Hinderwell, N. Riding of Yorks ; s. of 
John and Hannah Hooper ; m. Jane Morley, 
of Sapcote, Leics ; four c. Educ. Didsbury 
Coll.; e. m. 1871. Recreation: Walking. 
Address: The Manse, Oldbury, Birmingham. 
W. 

HOOSON, Thomas James Stewart, B.A. (Lond.) ; 

b. at Rugby ; s. of Rev. Stewart Hooson. 
Educ. Mason Coll., Birmingham. Governor of 
Bourne Coll., Quinton, Birmingham. Ad 
dress : Bourne College, Quinton, Birmingham. 
P. 

HOPE, Rev. Walter Crow ; b. April 5, isei, at 

Donington, South Lincolnshire ; s. of Parkes 
Hope ; m. Priscilla Hoskin Barkel, of Calling- 
ton ; one d. e. m. 1884. Examination Sec. 
to Young People s Com. Recreations : Ama 
teur photography (Silver Medallist of City and 
Guilds of London Inst.) Address : Long- 
brook St., Exeter. U. 

HOPKINS, Rev. Joseph ; b. April 15, 1848, at 

Bronymaen, Meif od, Mont ; s. of William J . 
Hopkins ; m. Mary, d, of Robert Wilson, of 
Speeton, Yorks ; four s. three d. Educ. 
Oswestry ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1871. First 
Supt. of Southwark, S. London Mission ; 
built Bermondsey Central Hall, cost 32,000, 
opened in 1900, seating over 2,000. Address : 
132 Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, London. 
N. W. 

HOPKINSON, Rev. Harry ; b. May 24, 1861, at 

Ripponden, Yorks ; s. of John Hopkinson ; m. 
Rosetta Eliza, niece and adopted d. of the late 
Henry Broadhurst, J.P., formerly M.P., and 
Under-Home-Sec, of State, of Cromer ; one d. 
Educ. Ripponden ; E. Keswick ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1888. Initiated Wesley s Me 
morial Church, Leatherhead, and Charles 
Garrett s Memorial, Shaftesbury, and other 

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Churches erected in connexion with his 
ministry. Recreations : Gardening, golf, and 
cycling. Address: The Cedars, Andover. 
W. 
HOPPER, Rev. George; b. April 8, 1874, at 

New Seaham, Durham ; s. of David Dixon 
Hopper , of Houghton-le-Spring, Durham ; m. 
Mabel Annie, d. of Henry West, of Taunton ; 
two s. Educ. Wes. day school and Queen s 
Coll., Taunton ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1898. 
A Sec. of the Wes. Meth. Union for Social 
Service for London. Publications : Sermons 
and articles. Recreations : Tennis and walk 
ing. Address: 114 Palmerston Road, Bowes 
Park, N. W. 

HOPPER, Rev. William ; b. June 2, 1874, at 

Newbattle, Dalkeith, Edinboro ; s. of James 
Hopper; m. Clara Teresa, d. of Joseph 
Webster, of Pudsey. Stud, at Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address: Sunny Bank, Rishton, nr. Black 
burn. W. 

HOPWOOD, Joseph Lonsdale, J.P. ; b. Jan. 2, 

1853, at Scarborough ; s. of Joseph Lonsdale 
Hopwood ; m. Caroline Varey, of Scar 
borough ; five c. Educ. Scarborough. Grocer. 
Local Preacher, S.S. Supt., &c. Addrtss ; 
3 Queen St., Scarborough. P. 

HOPWOOD, Rev. Richard Idwal, M.A. ; b. 

Jan. 9, 1884, at Ystumtuen ; s. of Rev. 
Richard Hopwood. Educ. Grove Park County 
School, Wrexham ; Jesus Coll., Oxford (2nd 
Class Classical Mods. 1904, 2nd Class Lit. 
Hum. 1906) ; e. m. 1906. Assist. Tutor at 
Richmond, 190G-9. Address: 146 Bentley 
Road, Doncaster. W. 

HORNABROOK, Rev. John ; b. May 23, 1848, at 
Mount Fletcher, Jamaica ; s. of Rev. Richard 
Hornabrook; m. Mary J., d. of Rev. Luke 
Hoult Wiseman, M.A. ; four s. one d. Educ. 
Woodhouse Grove School ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1871. Financial Sec. of Liverpool Dist. 
and Bristol Dist. for nine years ; Sec. of School 
Fund for four years ; Gen. Sec. of Chapel Com. 
since 1897 ; elected to Legal Hundred, 1897 ; 
Sec. of Conference, 1903-9; Pres., 1910. 
Address: Hazlewood, Middleton Road, 
Manchester. Office: Central Buildings, Old- 
ham St., Manchester. W. 

HORNABROOK, Rev. John Oliver ; b. NOV. 5, 

1879, at Southport ; s. of Rev. and Mrs. John 
Hornabrook; m. Beta, d. of Rev. and Mrs. 
P. J. Cocking; two d. Educ. Craigmore 
Coll., Bristol; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1900. 
Address: 73 Bold St., Blackburn. W. 

HORNABROOK, Rev. Richard Fraser, J.P.; 

b. March 11, I860, at Jamaica; s. of Rev. 
Richard Hornabrook ; m. Mary Eliza Taylor, 
of Leicester ; five c. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
and Kingswood Schools; Richmond Coll.; 
e. m. 1874. Pres. of Wes. Meth. Conference, 
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HORNBY 

Training Coll. for 16 years. Address: Heald- 
town, Fort Beaufort, S. Africa. S.A. 

HORNBY, Rev. George Goodall, M.A. (Victoria), 

B.D. (Lond.) ; b. Nov. 1, 1876, at Sunder- 
land ; s. of Rev. G. S. Hornby. Educ. Stock- 
port Grammar School ; Univ. of Leeds ; 
Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1899. Re 
creation : Golf. Address : 48 Steade Road, 
Sheffield. U. 
HORNE, Rev. John Thomas ; b. Feb. 9, 1849, at 

Outwell, Norfolk ; s. of William Home, Wai- 
pole Highway ; m. Rachel, only surviving d. 
of S. Cossey ; five s. four d. Educ. Private 
school ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1872. Pub 
lications: William Clowes; The Battle for 
the Schools, and various Articles in De 
nominational Magazines. Address : Cromwell 
House, Gladstone Road, Watford, Herts. P. 
HORNER, Francis ; b. Dec. 2, 1847, at Dublin ; 
s. of Roger Horner, of Dublin ; m. Alice 
Beswick, d. of William Moore, Farningham, 
Kent; six s. two d. Address: Farningham, 
Battlefield Road, St. Albans. W. 

HORRELL, Stanley ; b. Sept. 1871, at Walls, 
Shetland ; s. of Rev. Thos. H. Horrell ; 
m. Marion Farrar, of Bramley, Leeds ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School. 
Wholesale Clothier. Circuit Steward; Poor 
and Soc. Steward. Interested in the Brother 
hood movement. Address: Glenariff, West 
Park, Headingley, Leeds. W. 

HORROCK8, John Horsfall ; b. July 18, 1855, 

at Bacup ; s. of William Horrocks ; m. Mary, 
y. d. of James Varley ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Privately. Wholesale Clothing Manufacturer ; 
Circuit Steward ; Society Steward ; Trustees 
Treas ; S.S. Supt. for 19 years, Organist 20 
years ; Member of Dist. Synod for 20 years ; 
Rep. to Conference six times. Address: 
Methven, Preston Road, Blackburn. W. 
HORROCKS, Samuel, F.C.A. ; b. Oct. 3, 1849 ; 
s. of Samuel Horrocks and Patience Walsh ; 
m. Agnes Yates, of Bolton ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Private schools and Wes. day school, 
Bolton. Chartered Accountant. Rep. to 
Conference, 1900; has held many church 
offices. Address: The Hollins, St. Davids 
Road, N., St.-Annes-on-the-Sea. W. 

HORSFALL, James Clay, A.R.C.O. ; b. NOV. l, 
I860, at High Royd, Sowerby Bridge; s. of 
Jonathan Horsfall ; m. Annie C., d. of Jas. J. 
Adams, of Enstone, Oxon ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Pannal Coll., Harrogate. Worsted 
Spinner. Chairman of School Board and 
Education Sub.-Com. since 1901. Organist 
and Choir-master for 23 years ; Circuit Steward 
for nine years; Society and Poor Steward. 
Address: Elsinore, Heath Villas, Halifax. W. 

HORTON, Rev. Samuel ; b. July 7, 1857, a 
Prees, Salop; m. Annie Harrison, of Hull; 
eight c. Educ. Prees National school ; Sunder- 



HOSEGOOD 



land Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Vice Missionary 
Sec. of Prim. Meth. Connexion, and Pres. 
of Social Service Union. Publications : Social 
Service Manual ; The England of the Future ; 
For King or Parliament ; Her Bonnie Pit 
Laddie ; The Charm of the Cross ; For the 
Truth s Sake ; Roses and Thistles ; Prince 
Charlie of the Canongate ; numerous Sermons ; 
&c. Recreation: Cycling. Address: Thorn- 
leigh, Fleetwood. P. 

HORWILL, Rev. Herbert William, M.A. ; b. 1864, 

at Sandown ; s. of Rev. James Horwill ; m. 
Kate, d. of Rev. F. W. Bourne. Educ. Vic 
toria Coll., Jersey ; Shebbear Coll. ; Wadham 
Coll., Oxford; First Class Classical Mods., 
1884; Second Class Lit. Hum., 1886; Chan- 
cellor s Prize English Essay, 1887 ; at London, 
M.A., with Gold Medal in Classics, 1887 ; e. m. 
1887. Delegate to Meth. Oecumenical Con 
ference, 1891 ; retired from circuit work for 
reasons of health, 1896. Publications : The 
Old Gospel in the New Era, 1894 ; Articles in 
Atlantic Monthly, Contemporary Review, 
Forum, London Quarterly, National Review, 
Nineteenth Century, Political Science Quar 
terly, &c. Address: 31 The Avenue, Kew 
Gardens, Surrey. U. 

HORWILL, Rev. James J b. 1833, at Morchard 
Bishop, Devon ; s. of John Horwill ; m. 
Sarah, d. of Samuel Hughes, Woodchurch, 
Kent ; two s. e. nt. 1854. Sec. of B.C. 
Conference 1874, Pres. 1880. Address: 2 
Victoria Terrace, Bideford. U. 

HORWOOD, Henry Samuel ; b. NOV. 1869, at 

Long Marston ; s. of Charles Horwood ; m. 
Caroline Sarah Bentall, of Chelmsford ; four s. 
one d. Educ. Linslade. Proprietor of Ex 
tensive Drapery Stores. Circuit Steward ; 
for seven years Soc. Steward ; Poor Steward ; 
for several years one of the Board of Manage 
ment of Colchester Town Mission. Recrea 
tion: Angling. Address: Leigh ton House, 
Colchester. W. 

HOSEGOOD, Samuel Comer, J.P. ; b. Dec. 16, 

1851, at Bristol ; s. of Obed Hosegood, J.P. ; 
m. Harriette Mary, d. of Jonathan Evans, of 
Clifton ; three s. one d. Educ. E. R. Shaw s, 
Tulse Hill, London. Corn Importer. Dist. 
Treas. of Foreign Missions ; has been Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1906-7-8 ; 
Choir-master, Victoria Church, Clifton, for 30 
years. Recreations : Shooting, fishing, and 
motoring. Address : Chatford House, Clifton 
Down, Bristol. W. 

HOSEGOOD, Tom Henry ; b. Sept. 14, 1880, at 
AUer, WUliton, Somerset ; s. of Thomas 
Hosegood, J.P. ; m. Ada Miriam, d. of Rev. 
J. G. Hodson. Educ. Queen s Coll., Taunton. 
Solicitor. Soc. Steward; Men s Bible Class. 
Recreations : Gardening and walking. Ad* 
dress : Minehead, Somerset. W. 

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HOSKING, Rev. Thomas ; b. Aug. 20, 1844, at 
Binnerton, Cornwall ; s. of Henry Hosking ; 
m. 1874, Caroline, d. of Richard Harry, Hayle; 
three s. Educ. Trevarth ; Richmond Coll. ; 
*. m. 1870. Missionary in Jamaica, 1871-9, 
and since then in the English work. Ad 
dress : Boslau, Porthleven, Helston. W. 

HOSS, Rev. Elijah Eubree, D.D., LL.D.J i. 

April 14, 1849, at Joneston, Tennessee; s. of 
Henry and Anna Maria Sevier Hoss ; tn. 
Abbie B. Clark, of Christianburg, Va. ; three c. 
Educ. Theological Wes. Univ., and Emory and 
Henry Coll., Va. ; e. m. 1869. For seven years 
a pastor, for 15 years a college Professor, 
for 12 years Editor of the Christian Advo 
cate, and for nine years Bishop of the M.E. 
Ch. South. Recreations : Walking and horse 
back riding. Address: Nashville, Tennessee. 
M.E. Ch. S. 

HOUGH, Richard George, c.c. ; b. Oct. 5, 1857, 

at Liverpool ; s. of Samuel Hough, J.P. ; m. 
Annie E. Woodward, of Liverpool ; two c. 
Educ. Private school, Liverpool. Steam 
ship Owner. C.C. for Liverpool. Rep. to 
Conference, 1908 ; has held many church 
offices. Recreation : Golf. Address : 4 Belvi- 
dere Road, Princes Park, Liverpool. W. 

HOULT, Rev. Walter Brook, M.A. (Viet, and 

L pool), B.D. (Lond.) ; b. May 28, 1875, at 
Stoneycroft, Liverpool ; s. of James Hoult 
and Jane Thorp ; m. E. E. Smith, 3rd d. of 
W. H. Smith, Goole ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Epworth Coll., Rhyl ; Univ. Coll., Liverpool ; 
Owens Coll. and U.M. Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 
1897. Member of Young People s Com., 1907 ; 
Pres. of Hebden Bridge and Dist. F.C.C. 1910. 
Has written various Articles on Historical and 
Theological subjects. Recreations : Cycling, 
tennis, &c. Address: Rose Bank, Rawtenstall, 
Manchester. U. 

HOVEY, Lilian ; b. May 22, 1864, at Sheffield ; 
d. of George Henry and Frances Hovey. Educ. 
Miss Potts s School, Sheffield; Misses Surrt- 
ner s School, Southport ; Roy. Acad. of Music. 
Professional Singer and Elocutionist. Lec 
turer in Voice-production and Elocution at 
Cliff Coll., Ilkley Deaconess Coll., and under 
the Sheffield Education Authority. Class- 
leader, Member of S.S. Com. ; has preached 
and conducted services for last five years; 
first lady elected to Sheffield Synod, 1911, 
and Rep. to Conference, 1911. Recreations: 
Cycling and golf. Address: Belle Villa, 82 
Norfolk Road, Sheffield. W. 

HOVEY, Rosa, B.A. (Lond.)with Hons. ; b. 
Oct. 14, 1865, at Sheffield ; d. of late G. H. 
Hovey, of Sheffield. Educ. Penrhos Coll. and 
Jersey Ladies Coll. Lady Principal of 
Penrhos Coll. since Jan. 1895. Class-leader. 
Speaks on religious, educational and other 
questions. Recreations : Tennis and riding. 
Address: Penrhos College, Colwyn Bay. W. 
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HOWARD, Sir Frederick, Kt. (-. 1895), D.L., 

J.P. Bedford and Bedfordshire ; b. 1827. at 
Bedford ; y. s. of John Howard, who was born 
at Bedford a month before John Wesley died. 
Educ. at the famous Harpur Schools at Bed 
ford. He succeeded his father in business in 
1851, and in partnership with his brother, James 
Howard; M.P. for Bedford and Bedfordshire; 
built the Britannia Iron Works at Bedford in 
1857. Address: The Abbey Close, Bedford. 
W. 

HOWARD, Rev. Henry ; b. Jan. 21, 1859, at 

Melbourne, Viet.; s. of Henry and M. J. 
Howard; m. Jean, d. of William Reynolds; 
four s. one d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Mel 
bourne; e. m. 1881. Supt. of Adelaide 
Central Mission since 1905. Publications : 
Raiment of the Soul ; Summits of the Soul ; 
Miracles of our Lord ; The Shepherd Psalm. 
Recreations: Cycling and walking. Address: 
Methodist Manse, Pirie Street, Adelaide, S. 
Australia. A. 

HOWARD, Rev. John ; b. Jan. 27, 1862, at 
Mossley, nr. Manchester ; s. of Henry Howard. 
Stud, at Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1889. Ad 
dress: P.O. Box 233, Johannesburg, Trans 
vaal. W. 

HOWARD, Rev. Joseph (B) ; b. 1843, at Thetford; 
m. Agnes Mary, d. of Rev. George F. White ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Thetford Grammar 
School; Didsbury Coll; e. m. 1866. Con 
tributor to Magazines. Address: 3 Eliot 
Hill, Lewisham, S.E. W. 

HOWARTH, Rev. Wilfrid, B.A. ; b. May 1884, 

at Halifax ; s. of Greenwood Howarth, of 
Halifax. Educ. Halifax Higher Grade School ; 
Northern Congregational School ; Manchester 
Univ.; Hartley Coll. ; e. m. 1909. Address: 
10 Avenue Road, Starbeck, Harrogate. P. 

HOWELL, William Gough ; b. 1865, at New 
port, Mon ; s. of Benjamin Howell, Cardiff ; 
m. Alice Taylor, d. of Robert Ellerington, of 
Red House, Corbridge-on-Tyne ; two s. 
Solicitor. Circuit Steward ; Leader of Young 
Men s Bible Class ; Local Preacher. Address: 
12 Connaught Road, Cardiff. U. 

HOWORTH, Thomas Smith ; b. Oct. 29, 1858, 

at Burnley ; s. of George Howorth ; m. 
Helena, d. of John Stott, of Haslingden, Lanes ; 
four s. two d. Educ. Privately. Agent for 
Cotton Yarns (Manchester trade). Local 
Preacher; Circuit Steward, 1899-1902. Ad 
dresses : The Gables, Stamford Road, Bowdon, 
Cheshire ; 11 Chapel Walks, Manchester. W. 

HOYLE, Rev. Arthur ; b. Feb. 2. 1857, at 
Lindley, Huddersfield ; s. of George and Re 
becca Hoyle; m. Ann, only d. of Joseph 
Holroyd, The Mount, Outlane, Huddersfield ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Towns School ; Heading- 
ley Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Publications : Depth 
and Power of the Christian Faith ; Contributor 



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to Newspapers and Magazines. Recreations : 
Cycling and photography. Address : 4 West- 
field Terrace, Chapel Allerton, Leeds. W. 

HOYLE, Joshua Thomas, J.P. ; b. July 8, 1858, 
at Lumb, in Rossendale ; s. of Robert Hoyle ; 
tn. Bessie Cropper, of Bacup; one s. Cot 
ton Spinner and Manufacturer, Hoyle Bros., 
Ltd . Circuit Steward , &c. J .P . f or Lanes ; has 
been Chairman of School Board. Recreation: 
Music. Address: Spring Bank, Bacup. W. 

HUDDLESTON, Rev. David ; b. Sept. 4, 1849, 

at Horsington, Lines ; s. of Isaac Huddleston ; 
m. Lucy, d. of Elijah Bew, of Eastbury, Berks ; 
one s. four d. Educ. Day school ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Missionary in Sierra Leone, 
1875-80. Recreations : In country life. 
Address : Roth well House, 348 Derby Street, 
Bolton. W. 

HUDDLESTON, John H. ; b. Feb. 14, 1863, at 
Manchester ; s. of John and Amelia Huddle 
ston, of Manchester; m. Harriet Garner, of 
Ardwick. Educ. Grosveuor St. Wes. day 
school and Manchester Mechanics Inst. 
Secretary. Local Preacher, Class-leader, 
Trustee ; Synod S.S. Sec., and Gen. Sec. to 
Manchester Dist. Centre of Connexional S.S. 
Dept. ; Pres. of Thomas Willshaw Theological 
Class, from which 140 have passed into the 
Ministry of the various Churches; Rep. to 
Conference, 1910. Recreation: Walking. 
Address: 10 Brunswick St., Ardwick Green, 
Manchester. W. 

HUDSON, Rev. Edward Hardwick, B.A.; b. 

Dec. 16, 1871, at Battersea ; s. of Rev. Wm. 
Hudson ; m. Susannah Winifred, y. d. of Rev. 
John Lyth, D.D. ; two s. Educ. City of 
London School; Graduated Cape of Good 
Hope Univ. ; e. m. 1894. Under South African 
Conference for 12 years, of which five were 
spent as Missionary to Dutch-speaking coloured 
persons ; transferred to British Conference in 
1906. Address: 41 Arkwright St., Bolton. 
W. 

HUDSON, Rev. Henry, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.) ; b. 1864, at Worksop ; s. of Rev. 
William Hudson, and Mary E. Charlton ; m. 
Mary E., d. of Rev. John Lyth, D.D. ; two *. 
two d. Educ. City of London School ; St. 
Thomas s Hospital ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m 
1888. Qualified as Medical Practitioner 
1887 ; founded Medical Mission, Mannargudi 
S. India, 1893 ; Member of Medical Advisory 
Board, Missionary Society. Contributor to 
various periodicals. Address: Hebden Lodge, 
Dacre Banks, Leeds. W. 

HUDSON, Henry Lindsay ( Harry Lindsay ) ; 

at Belfast ; s. of Thomas Hudson, Hull, and 
Ann Cundall Mearns, Leeds ; m. Bessie Ros- 
son, of Liverpool; three s. one d. Educ 
Liverpool. Schoolmaster, Journalist, and 
Novelist. Local Preacher, Society Steward 
Circuit Steward.Rep. to Conference; Methodis 



of the 4th generation. First Editor of Metho 
dist Weekly. Publications : Rhoda Roberts, 
a Welsh Mining Story ; Robert Forward ; 
Methodist Idylls ; The Jacobite, a Romance 
of the Conspiracy of the Forty ; More Metho 
dist Idylls ; Mab ; Judah Pyecroft, Puritan ; 
The Story of Leah ; The Rockingstone School 
master; The Cark of Coin; Gypsy Roy; 
On the King s Service; several serials to 
Methodist Recorder, &c., and numerous 
short stories to various periodicals. Recrea 
tions : Reading and photography. Address: 
Claremont Villa, Spire Hollin, Glossop. W. 

HUDSON, Rev. Walter ; b. NOV. 17, 1863, at 

Bacup ; s. of John Hudson, of Bacxip, Lanes ; 
m. Edith, d. of Wm. Wilkinson, of Colne ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Privately, tutor Mr. 
Henry Mottram, Bacup ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1889. Dist. Guild Sec. (Lincoln) for six 
years ; Conference Photographer to the 
Methodist Times. Recreations : Photography 
and cycling. Address: The Grove, Rye, 
Sussex. W. 
HUDSON, Rev. William ; b. Oct. n, 1835, at 

Silsden, Yorks ; s. of Joshua Hudson ; m. 
Mary Elizabeth, d. of William Charlton, of 
Hylton Bridge, Durham ; eight s. three d. 
Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1858. Directed Meth. 
extension at Johannesburg, 1895-8. Publi 
cations : This Transitory Life; The Ever 
lasting Sign ; The Life of John Holland ; 
A Memorial of William Gibson ; Success ; 
The Dream of Agnoscens ; pamphlets, 
articles, tracts, verses, &c. Recreations : 
Literature and gardening. Address: 31 
Wilton Crescent, Wimbledon, Surrey. W. 

HUGHES, Rev. Aneurin Lloyd ; b. May 18, 1856 ; 

s. of John Hughes, Denbigh ; m. Ellen, d. of 
James Darbyshire, of Towyn, Abergele ; four c. 
Educ. Denbigh Boys National school ; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Home Mission Sec. 
of First N. Wales Dist. ; Gen. Home Mission 
Sec. of Welsh Methodist Assembly. Recrea 
tion: Cycling. Address: 18 Cecil Street, 
Greenhayes, Manchester. W. 

HUGHES, Rev. Henry Maldwyn, B.A., D.D. 

(Lond.); b. Sept. 17, 1875, at Trefeglwys, 
Mont; s. of Rev. John Hughes, D.D., and 
Emily Wilcox ; m. Marion Helen, d. of R. 
Taylor, of Colchester; two s. one d. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Aberystwyth Univ. Coll. ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Publication : 
The Ethics of Jewish Apocryphal Literature 
(1909). Address: The Manse, 7 Ash St., 
Southport. W. 

HUGHES, Mrs. Hugh Price. See PRICE-HUGHES, 
Mary Katherine Howard. 

HUGHES, Rev. John E. ; b. Feb. 20, 1854, at 
Burwardsley, Cheshire; s. of James Hughes, 
Burwardsley, Cheshire ; m. Ellen Riley, d. of 
W. Hacking, of Preston, 1882 ; one d. Stud, 
at Sunderland Coll. ; Univ. Coll., Liverpool ; 

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e. m. 1877. Sec. of Prim. Meth. Sheffield 
Dist. Com. 1909-10 ; Member of Connexional 
Coll. Com. ; served the West Midland Dist. 
Missionary Com. as Sec. 1893-8. Address : 
The Nook, Hatfield Road, Ainsdale, South- 
port. P. 

HUGHES, Rev. John Frederick ; b. Dec. 3, 1864, 

at Liverpool ; s. of James Hughes, Elm Park, 
Liverpool ; nt. Mary Catherine, e. d. of John 
Royce, Leeds ; one s. Educ. by private 
study, and at Owens Coll. ; United Meth. 
Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1889. Pres. of 
Leyton F.C.C. 1902, and of Nottingham and 
Dist. C.E. Union, 1905-6. Recreation : Golf. 
A ddress: South Africa. U. 

HUGHES, John Friend Hurst ; b. July 1847, 

at Sandwich, Kent; s. of John and Ann 
Hughes; m. 1871, Eliza Ann Collar, of 
Whitstable, Kent. Educ. John Laurence Lass. 
Acad., Sandwich. 42 years Master Mariner; 
32 years Cinque Ports Trinity House Pilot, 
London. 23 years Chapel Steward, four years 
Senior Circuit Steward, 31 years S.S. Teacher. 
23 years S.S. Treas., 31 years Collector for 
Wes. Seamen s Mission, Queen Victoria Sea 
man s Rest ; Circuit Treas. to Foreign Mis 
sions. Recreation : Walking and cycling 
Address: Malcolm Park St., Deal. W. 

HUGHES, Rev. John Wesley ; b. Dec. 10, 1870 

at Menai Bridge ; s. of E. Parry Hughes, ol 
Conway ; m. Lily, d. of Rev. Isaac Jones ; one 
s. Educ. N. School, Conway ; Collegiate 
School, Deganwy ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m 
1892. Gen. Missionary Sec. for Foreign Mis 
sions for Wales ; Gen. Sec. for Wesley Guild 
for Wales ; Editor of Welsh Connexional Year 
Book. Publications : Co-Editor (Welsh) ol 
S. African Hymn and Tune Book ; Welsl 
Correspondent of Methodist Times, &c 
Appointed Organizing Sec. for Rev. W. H 
Findlay s Edinburgh Conference Meetings in 
England and Scotland. Address: Park Villas 
Newtown, Mont. W. 

HUGHES, Rev. Thomas ; b. Oct. 25, 1854, a 

Rhuddlan ; s. of Thomas Hughes, of Rhudd 
Ian, Flintshire ; m. Blanche Ellen, d. of Rev 
Samuel Davies, of Bangor ; one s. two d 
Educ. Aberystwyth Univ. Coll. ; Headingle; 
Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Pres. of Welsh Assembly 
1907 ; elected to Legal Hundred, 1910 ; Edito 
of Eurgrawn (the Welsh Connexiona 
Monthly) since 1911. Publications: Com 
rnentary on the Acts (in Welsh) ; Th 
Dissent of the Church of England ; Joim 
author of Memoir of the Rev. John Evan 
(Eglwysbach). Recreation : Angling. Ac 
dress : Llandudno. W. 

HUGHSON, Rev. James Edward, B.A. ; 

Jan. 29, 1871, at St John, N.B.; s. of William 
and Sarah Hughson, who were of Unite 
Empire Loyalist stock ; m. Daisie Lee Munn 
Toronto, Ont. ; one d. Educ. Acacia Vil 
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Seminary, Hortonville, Nova Scotia; gradu 
ated in Arts at Toronto Univ., Victoria Coll. ; 
e. m. 1891, Nova Scotia Conference. Assistant 
Editor of the Wesleyan. Recreations: Walk- 
Ing, tennis, and base-ball. Address : McDou- 
gal Church, Edmonton, Alta, Canada. C. 

HUGILL, Robert Henry ; b. Nov. 17, i860, at 

Devonport ; s. of Richard Hugill ; m. Eliza 
Froggatt, of Burnley. Educ. Harrington 
School, Liverpool, and Westminster Coll. 
Schoolmaster. Lecturer and Organizer for 
S.S. Department. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address: 28 Rosebery Road, Muswell Hill, 
London, N. W. 

HULBERT, Thomas; b. Jan. 20, 1849, in London; 
s. of Wm. Hulbert ; m. Alice Ruffin Gardner ; 
one s. seven d. Solicitor ; Member of the 
Firm of Hulbert, Crowe, & Hulbert, 4 Broad 
Street Buildings, London, E.C. Holds S.S. 
Union Diploma of Honour for long service ; 
for 31 years Sec. of U.M. Forest Gate Circuit ; 
Member of National Children s Home and 
Orphanage Com. ; Vice- Pres. of London Church 
Extension Com. ; Treas. of London Dist. 
U.M.C. ; Rep. to Conference several times. 
Address : Broadmead, Forest Gate, Essex. U. 

HULL, David Carlisle, B.S., M.S. ; b. Nov. 4, 

1869, at Liberty Hill, Attala Co., Miss. ; s. of 
William B. and Martha E. Hull (nee Carlisle) ; 
m. Madge Cooke Wilson, of Meridian, Miss. ; 
three s. Educ. Mississippi A. and M. Coll., 
Starkville. Miss., and at the Univ. of Chicago ; 
e. m. 1900. Principal of Whitfield High School, 
Meridian, Miss., 1898-1902; Member of 
Faculty Mississippi A. and M. Coll., 1902-10, 
beginning as instructor in public speaking, 
and closing as director of the School of Indus 
trial Education ; Pres. of Millsaps Coll., 1910. 
Recreations : Horseback riding, fishing, and 
walking. Address: Millsaps College, Jack 
son, Mississippi. M.E. Ch. S. 

HULME, Isaiah Alexander ; b. Sept. i, 1857, at 

Ilfracombe ; s. of late Rev. Thomas Hulme ; 
m. Edith, d.of late Henry Thomas and Isabella 
Rebecca Cook, of Hampstead ; two d. Educ. 
Kingswood School, Bath. For 35 years with 
the Star Assurance Soc. Circuit Steward, 
Sutton Circuit ; formerly Soc. Steward, 
Wallington Church. Address: Kingswood, 
Grosvenor Gardens, Wallington, Surrey. W. 

HULME, Rev. Thomas Ferrier, M.A. ; b. March 

12, 1856, at Torquay; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Hulme; m. Lucy Moore, e. d. of George 
Alcock, of Mansfield, Notts; two c. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1878. Governor of Kingswood School, 1901- 
3 ; Chairman of Bristol and Bath Dist. ; 
elected to Legal Hundred, 1911. Address: 
7 Woodstock Road, Redland, Bristol. W. 

HUMPHREYS, Rev. Arthur R. ; s. of Richard 
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m. Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of James Etchells, 
of Melbourne, Australia ; one d. Educ. John 
Pryce Jones s School; e. m. 1868. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Haddenham, Ely. W. 

HUMPHREYS, Rev. Edward ; b. Dec. 9, 1846, 
at Siamber Farm, Penybontfawr ; s. of Henry 
and Anne Humphreys; m. Anne Jones, of 
Tyddyn Cethin, Penmachno ; seven s. one d. 
Educ. Porthywaen School ; e. nt. 1867. Elected 
to Legal Hundred, 1899 ; Sec. of N. Wales 
Dist. 1893-1903 ; first Pres. of Welsh Meth. 
Assembly, 1899 ; first Chairman of ist N. 
Wales Dist. Address: 14 Pelham Grove, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool . W. 

HUMPHREYS, Rev. John ; b. Feb. 20, 1861, 

at Commins Coch, Mont; s. of David and 
Sarah Humphreys ; m. twice ; two s. Educ. 
Village school : Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1886. 
Sec. of Welsh Assembly ; Editor of Winllan 
for six years ; transferred to English work 
in 1911, and appointed Supt. of West Mon- 
mouth Mispion. Publications : Handbook for 
Sunday Schools on Joshua ; contributor to 
Welsh periodicals. Recreation : Golf. Ad 
dress : Wesley Manse, Risca, Newport, Mon. 
W. 

HUMPHREYS, Rev. Thomas J. ; b. 1841, at 
Darowen, Mont ; s. of H. Humphreys, Ty 
Cerrig, Mont ; m. Louisa Jane Rowlands, of 
Carnarvon ; two s. two d. Educ. Normal 
Coll., Swansea ; e. nt. 1865. Member of Bar- 
mouth School Board 1888, and of Mold School 
Board 1898-9; Pres. of the Welsh Wes. 
Assembly, 1906 ; Pres. of E. Denbighshire 
Temperance Assoc. 1908. Publications: In 
Welsh : The Evolution Theory ; Moral Philo 
sophy of the Bible ; Law of Promotion ; The 
Students Commentary on the Gospels, Ro 
mans, and Hebrews ; History of Welsh Wes- 
leyan Methodism ; &c. Address: 26 Maes- 
gwyn Road, Wrexham. W. 

HUMPHRIES, Rev. Albert Lewis, M.A. ; b. 

April 13, 1865, at Bristol ; s. of Henry Hum 
phries; m. 1st, Lavina (d. 1907), d. of Rev. 
Samuel Antliff, D.D. ; 2nd, May, d. of W. 
Bowen, of Wilmslow; two s. one d. Educ. 
Elementary schools ; Liverpool Coll. ; St. 
John s Coll., Cambridge; e. m. 1887. Ap 
pointed in 1902 Prof, of N.T. Greek and 
Exegesis, and subsequently of Systematic 
Theology at Hartley Coll.; Sec. of the Pro 
bationers Gen. Examining Com. 1896-1902 ; 
Sec. of L.P. Central Training Council; 
Hartley Lecturer for 1911. Publications: 
The Holy Spirit in Faith and Experience 
(Hartley Lecture) ; John and other New 
Testament Teachers in the Century Bible 
Handbooks; a frequent contributor to the 
denominational literature, especially on Theo 
logical and Critical subjects. Address: Cran- 
ford, Demesne Road, Whalley Range, Man 
chester. P. 



HUNT, Rev. Chas. P., B.A. (Lond.) ; b. Nov. 9, 
1875, at Tipton, Staffs; s. of Alfred Hunt, 
of Ringwood, Hants ; nt. Lily A. Padfield, of 
Pilton, Somerset ; two d. Educ. Birmingham 
High School (Edward VI.) ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1903. Address: Eastwood, Nottingham. 
W. 

HUNT, Rev. Thomas Hankey; b. March i?,, 

1842, at Hatton, nr. Runcorn ; s. of William 
Hunt; m. Elizabeth, 2nd d. of Rev. W. 
Antliff, D.D. ; three s. one d. Educ. Pri 
vately ; e. m. 1862. Has taken great interest 
in S.S. work; Gen. S.S. Sec. for five years, 
commencing 1892, and in 1907 elected Morse 
Lecturer; for ten years Gen. Temperance 
Sec., and at present Pres. ; Member of the 
U.K. Alliance Council and of National Tem 
perance Federation ; on the Executive of 
U.K. Band of Hope Union, and of Sunday 
Closing Assoc. ; Del. to Oecumenical Con 
ference of Washington, 1891 ; Evangelistic 
Sec. of the Centenary Celebrations, 1907-10 ; 
elected Sec. of Norwich Conference, 1892; 
Pres. of Newcastle Conference, 1903. Pub 
lications : For quarter of a century Editor of 
The Primitive Methodist World ; author of 
Martin Luther : His Life and his Work ; The 
Liquor Problem and How to Solve it; The 
Christian Citizen and Temperance Reform ; 
Sunday School Reform : a Problem for the 
Times; and various pamphlets. Address: 7 
Norman Road, Runcorn, Cheshire. P. 

HUNT, Rev. William Stanley ; b. Feb. 16, 1861, 

at Macclesfield ; m. Ursula Parkman, of 
Derby Lodge, Finchley, N. ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Christ Church School, Macclesfield ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e, m. 1887. Recreations : 
Tennis and golf. Address: 48 Sutherland 
Avenue, W. W. 

HUNTER, Rev. Charles Frederick, B.A. (Lond.) ; 

b. Oct. 1, 1873, at Queenstown, Cape Colony ; 
s. of Rev. William Hunter. Educ. Kingswood 
School; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 1896. 
Master at Kingswood, 1893-4 ; Assist. Tutor 
at Richmond, 1896-8. Publications : Notes 
on the First Catechism, with Illustrations ; 
Familiar Talks on Sunday-School Teaching; 
What a Christian Believes and Why. Ad 
dress : 37 Slaithwaite Road, Lewisham, S.E. 
W. 

HUNTER, Rev. Ralph William George; b. 

April 20, 1843, at N ewcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of 
George Hunter ; m. Eliza Susan, e. d. of John 
Bickerton, of London ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Dr. Bruce s School, Newcastle ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; Hebrew under Dr. Pusey, at Oxford ; 
e. nt. 1866. Heb. and Gk. Examiner in 
Norwich and Lynn Dist. 1871-2 ; actively 
interested in Armenian and Congo troubles. 
Publications : St. Andrew of Blyth ; some 
time Reviewer for Methodist Recorder; 
occasional contributor to Meth. and other 

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publications. Recreations : Travel, walking, 
and music. Address : 87 Kingston Road, 
Oxford. W. 
HURLBUT, Rev. Jesse Lyman, A.B., A.M., 

D.D.; b. Feb. 15, 1843, at New York City; 
*. of Samuel and Evelina Hurlbut ; m. Mary 
M. Chase, of New York ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Middletown, Conn. ; Wes.Univ., Middletown, 
Conn; e. m. in Newark Conference, 1865. 
Pastor from 1865-79 ; Gen. Agent of S.S. 
Union, 1879-84 ; Assist. Editor of S.S. 
Publications, 1884-8 ; Editor of S.S. Publica 
tions and Corresponding Sec. of S.S. Union, 
1888-1900 ; Pastor, 1901-7 ; Dist. Supt., 1907 
to the present (Newark Dist., Newark Conf.). 
Publications: Revised Normal Wessons; Teacher 
Training Lessons and Outline Studies in the 
Old Testament ; Outline Studies in the New 
Testament; Our Church; The Story of the 
Bible ; Organizing and Building up the Sunday 
School. Recreations: Chautauqua Assembly 
work. Address: 93 Qintman St., Newark, 
New Jersey. M.E.Ch. 

HURST, Harvey George ; 6, Aug. 21, 1877, at 

Hinckley ; s. of William Hurst, J.P. ; m. 
Alice Gertrude Chawner, of Hinckley ; one 
*. one d. Educ. Hinckley Grammar School 
and Wyggeston School, Leicester. Hosiery 
Factor. Circuit Steward; Soc. Steward; 
Hon. Sec. Hinckley Hospital since 1902. 
Recreation: Golf. Address: Ashwood, 
Hinckley. W. 

HURT, Rev. Wesley; b. Oct. 14, 1839, at 

Sheflield; s. of Rev. William Hurt; m. 
Fanny Chell, of Derby ; eight c. Educ. 
Kingswood Old School ; Woodhouse Grove 
School; e. m. 1860. Left England for 
S. Africa, 1880. Governor and Tutor of the 
Native Training Institution for Ministers. 
Address: Lesseyton, nr. Queenstown, Cape 
Province, S. Africa. S. A. 

HUTCHINSON, Alfred, M.A. (Cantab.), B.Sc. 
(Lond.), F.C.S., J.P. ; b. Nov. 27, 1866, at 
Middlesbrough ; s.ofThos. Charles Hutchinson, 
J.P., and Ann Hutchinson; m. Ethel I. 
Barnley, of Middlesborough ; one *. two d. 
Educ. The Leys, Camb., Trin. Coll., Camb. 
(Major Scholar). Assist. Managing Director 
to the Skinningrove Iron Co., Ld., Carlin 
How, R.S.O., York. Circuit Steward; 
Local Preacher. Formerly Science Master 
of The Leys, Camb., and built the Science 



Buildings there ; J.P. for N. Riding, York. 
Recreations: Fishing and tennis. Address: 
3 Windsor Road, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. W. 

HUTCHINSON, Rev. Arthur E. ; b. April 2, 1853, 
at Langworth, Lines ; s. of John Hutchinson ; 
m. Emily, d. of Rev. John P. Lockwood ; five c. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Bardney ; Headingley 
Coll.; e. m. 1877. Address: Wesley Manse, 
Market Harborough. W. 

HUTCHINSON, Samuel Mason, J.P. ; b. May 28, 

1858, at Liverpool ; s. of late Edward Hutchin 
son, J.P. ; m. d. of late W. D. Chellew, of 
Liverpool and St. Ives, Cornwall ; one s. six d. 
Educ. Liverpool Coll. Corn Merchant and 
Miller. Treas. of Liverpool Wes. Mission. 
J.P. and ex-Lord Mayor of Liverpool. Has 
been a City Councillor for ten years, and done 
much good work on various Corns. Address : 
The Marfords, Bromborough, Cheshire. W, 

HUTCHINSON, Thomas; b. Dec. 15, 1865, at 
Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland ; s. of late 
William and Mary Hutchinson, of Kirkby 
Stephen ; m. Annie Clara Moxey, of Cardiff ; 
one s. one d. Educ. High School, Kirkby 
Stephen ; Brunswick Wes. School, Liverpool ; 
Westminster Training Coll. Head Master 
of Wood Street School, Cardiff. Chapel 
and Circuit Steward; has held offices of 
Poor and Soc. Steward; Foreign Missionary 
Sec. for Cardiff and Swansea Dist., also 
Member of Connexional Foreign Missionary 
Com. Recreations : Lawn tennis and swim 
ming. Address: Glenluce, Dinas Powis, 
Glamorgan. W. 

HUTCHINSON, Thomas Charles, J.P. ; b. Feb. 15, 

1840, at Stockton-on-Tees ; s. of Thomas 
Hutchinson ; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of 
Thomas Andrew, of Whitby ; one s. five d. 
Educ. Stockton Grammar School ; privately. 
Ironmaster. J.P. and C.C. N. Riding of Yorks ; 
Past Pres. of Cleveland Ironmasters Assoc. 
Address : Bryn-y-Mor, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. 
W. 

HUTTON, Rev. William Percy, B.A. (Lond.) ; 

b. Aug. 28, 1866, at Greenwich ; s. of Rev. 
William J. Hutton ; m. Annie A. Rowson, of 
Macclesfield ; two s. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove and Kingswood Schools ; New Coll., 
Eastbourne ; Handsworth Coll. ; *. m. 1889. 
Financial Sec. of Sheffield Dist. Address: 
1 Grange Crescent Road, Sheffield. W. 



IDLEMAN, Rev. Silas Ellsworth, A.M., B.D., 

D.D. ; b. Dec. 29, 1863, at Mansfield, Ohio, 
U.S.A. ; s. of Amos H. and Sarah (Hibbard) 
Idleman ; m. Maude E., d. of Dr. J. E. Ken 
dall, of Parkersburg, W. Va., U.S.A.; one s. 

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one d. Educ. Fostoria Acad. ; Ohio Wes. 
Univ.; Drew Theol. Seminary ; Boston Univ.; 
e. m. North Ohio Conference, 1898. Pres. 
of Clark Univ. and Gammon Theological 
Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. ; 



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IRVING 



Trustee of Ohio Wes. Univ., Delaware, 
Ohio, U.S.A. ; for six years Presiding Elder 
of Mansfield Dist. North Ohio Conference. 
Recreation : Hard work in study and ad 
ministration. Address: Clark University, 
South Atlanta Sta., Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

ILLINGWORTH, J. Priestley ; 6. Oct. 23, 1865, 

at Birstall ; s. of Daniel Illingworth ; m. 
Miss C. Buckley, of Birstall; one s. two d. 
Educ. Private school. Printer and Stationer. 
S.S. Sec. since 1890 ; Sec. of Birstall Circuit 
since 1905 ; Rep. to Newcastle and Condon 
Conferences, 1907; connected with Bradford 
Dist. of I.O. Rechabites; is P.D.C.R., and 
Dist. Auditor, and has been Tent Sec. for 
over 18 years. Address: Market Place, 
Birstall, nr. Leeds. U. 

INGAMELLS, Rev. Charles Henry ; b. Sept. 26, 

1848, at Leake, Lines ; s. of Joseph Ingamells 
and Catherine Marfleet ; m. Hannah Brown, of 
Geelong ; one s. three d. Educ. Geelong 
(private tuition) ; e. m. 1871. Pres. of South 
Australian Conference, 1905 ; Book Steward 
at Adelaide for 16 years, Sec. for many years 
Candidates and Probationers Examination 
Corns.; ex-officio Member of Australian Meth. 
Conference. Recreation: Gardening. Ad 
dress: Hawthorn, South Australia. A. 

INGHAM, Rev. Frederick Arthur ; b. Dec. 19, 

1866, at New Mills, Derbyshire; s. of Mark 
and Ann Ingham ; m. Rachel Beswick, of 
Longton; two s. one d. Educ. New Mills 
Board schools ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1893. Address : Clifton View, 16 Vicar 
age Road, Southville, Bristol. P. 

INGLE, Rev. J. Addison, M.A. ; b. Sept. 12, 1864, 

at Pendleton ; s. of Robt. Nicholls Ingle 
and Selina Jane Earp ; m. 1896, Florence 
Helena, 3rd d. of John Hodges Bale ; one s. 
two d. Educ. The Perse Grammar School, 
and Non-Coil., Cambridge ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1887. Dist. Sec. of Brit. & Foreign 
Bible Soc. for Devon and Cornwall since 1905. 
Address: 19 Mount Gold Road, Plymouth. 
W. 

INGLE, John Brouncker; b. July 9, 1829, at 

St.-George s-in-the-East, London ; s. of Rev. 
Timothy Clarkson Ingle; m. Arabella, y. d. 
of Daniel Birt, of Tooting; two s. one d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove School. Solicitor. 
Local Preacher; Class-leader. Address: 6 
Morden Road, Blackheath, S.E. W. 

INGRAM, Rev. George W. ; b. Oct. 4, 1856, at 
Great Yarmouth ; s. of William Ingram ; m. 
Alice Westwater, of Spennymoor, Durham ; 
three s. five d. Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1884. 
Address : 14 Linden Walk, Louth. U. 

INGRAM, Rev. Jabez; b. July 28, 1843, at 

Newport, Mon ; s. of David and Charlotte 
Ingram ; m. Theodosia, 2nd d. of Joseph 



White, Weston-super-Mare ; two s. five d. 
Educ. Mr. F. H. Robart s school; West on 
Academy, nr. Bath ; e. m. 1864. Financial 
Sec. of Portsmouth Dist. 1888, and Third 
London, 1894-1903 ; elected to Legal Hundred, 
1904; Chairman of Portsmouth Dist. 1889, 
and Third London 1903-8. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address: Cam Brae, Horsham 
Road, Dorking. W. 

INGRAM, Rev. John Josiah ; b. 1851, at London ; 
m. Henrietta Bridge, of Sale, Manchester ; 
two s. two d. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1875. Publications: Small religious books 
and articles in periodicals, Sermons, &c. Ad 
dress : 22 Hockliffe St. , Leighton, Beds. W. 

INGRAM, John Spencer ; b. March 24, 1349, at 

Newport, Mon ; s. of David Ingram ; m. 
Catherine Emma, 3rd d. of Rev. Samuel 
Atkinson (A), of Clifton, Bristol ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Abbey House School, Tewkesbury. 
Accountant. Rep. to Conference twice ; 
Circuit, Soc., Poor, and Chapel Steward ; 
Trustee. Address: Evelyn, Richmond Road, 
Cardiff. W. 

IN8KIP, Alt., J.P., C.C.; b. April 10, 1861, at 
Shefford Hardwicke, Beds ; s. of William and 
Jane Inskip ; m. Maggie Elizabeth Stanley, 
of Manchester ; two s. one d. Educ. Mead 
House, Biggleswade. Farmer. Circuit Stew 
ard, Class-leader, &c. ; appointed by Lord 
Chancellor as a Member of the County Com. to 
recommend persons suitable as Justices of the 
Peace ; Member of Biggleswade Dist. Council 
and Board of Guardians, Clifton and Shefford 
Parish Councils, &c. Chairman of Beds 
County Council Small Holdings Com. Re 
creations : Gardening and public work. 
Address: Clifton Bury, Clifton, Biggleswade. 
W. 

IRELAND, Edward Jackson ; b. Feb. 9, 1845, 

at Egremont, West Cumberland ; s. of 
William and Mary Anne Ireland ; m. April 14, 
1869, Rebecca Rachel Miller, of Egremont ; 
three s. one d. Educ. St. Bees School and 
Steeton Hall, Yorks. Major Pharmacist. 
Local Preacher, S.S. Supt., Choirmaster and 
Organist for 35 years, also Circuit Steward 
and Chairman of Burial Board ; Trust Sec. 
Publication: S.S. A. Song Services. Address: 
Manor Cottage, St. Bees. U. 

IRVING, Rev. David, M.A., D.C.L. ; b. Oct. 3, 

1853, at Carlisle. Educ. British school ; pri 
vately; Durham Univ.; e. m. 1875. Pres. 
of U.M.F.C. 1906-7 ; Tutor, by Correspond 
ence, to Probationers in Elementary Greek 
since 1903 ; for three years Editor of Methodist 
Quarterly. A ddress : Claremont Manse, 
Ightenhill Park, Burnley. C7. 

IRVING, Rev. James Robinson ; b. Jan. 20, 1873, 

at Soulby, Westmorland ; s. of William 
Robinson Irving ; m. Agnes Johnson, of 
Kendal; three c. Educ. Kirkby Stephen 

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Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1897. 
Address : 3 Priory Place, Sharrow, Sheffield. 
W. 

IRWIN, Rev. John ; b. May 6, 1850, at London; 
s. of John Irwin ; m. Elizabeth S., d. of John 
Griffiths; four s. Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1876. Address : The Manse, London 
Road, Northwich. W. 

ISAAC, Rev. Evan ; b. at Taliesin, Cardigan 
shire. Stud. Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1891. 
Chapel Sec. of S. Wales Dist. Address: 
Wesley House, Llanidloes, Mont. W. 

ISARD, Joseph Clark, M.A. (Cantab.), B.A. 

(Lond.) ; b. Feb. 26, 1857, at Tonbridge ; s. of 
Joseph Isard, of Tonbridge. Educ. at Wes. 
Coll.,Taunton ; The Leys, and Trin. Coll., Camb. 
Schoolmaster (Reg. Col. B.), 1880, &c. ; 
Bursar at The Leys, 1897, &c. ; Acting Head 
Master, 1st Term, 1898 ; Local Preacher ; 
several times Circuit Steward and Rep. to Con 
ference ; Treas. of Conference Com. s scheme 
for Cambridge ; Treas. of Cambridge F.C.C. ; 
Pres. of Canibs. F.C. Federation. Recreations: 



Cycling and travel. Address: The Leys 
School, Cambridge. W. 

IVES, Rev. Ebenezer Johns ; b. July 25, 1868, 

at I v ondon ; s. of Ebenezer Ives ; m. Ellen 
Hurst loveless, of N. Walsham ; two s. 
Educ. Stationers Company Grammar School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Address : 
Remington, Harvey Road, Guildford. W. 

IVEY, Rev. Thomas N., M.A., D.D. ; b. May 22, 

I860, at Marion, S.C. ; s. of George W. and 
Selina Neal Ivey ; m. Nora Dowd, of Char 
lotte, N.C. ; four c. Educ. Finley High 
School ; Trin. Coll., N.C. ; e. m. 1886. Early 
manhood spent in teaching ; was Principal of 
Oak Inst. ; A.M., and D.D. from Trinity 
Coll., N.C. ; for 12 years Editor of Raleigh 
Christian Advocate, organ of the N. Carolina 
Conference; Editor of Christian Advocate, 
Nashville, Tenn. ; Vice-Pres. of Federal 
Council of Churches of Christ In America. 
Publications: Southern Methodist Handbook 
(Annual Year-book of the M.E. Ch. South) ; 
BildadAkers: His Book. Address: Nash 
ville, Tenn. M.E. Ch. S. 



JACKLING, Rev. John Kelk ; b. NOV. 6, 1853, 

at Boston ; s. of John and Elizabeth Jackling ; 
m. Emily Smith Bailey, of Bristol, e. m. 1873. 
Twice Chairman of Dist. in Cornwall, and 
once in Norfolk ; six years Member of Great 
Yarmouth School Board and Education Com. 
Address: 31 Beaconsfield St., Blyth, North 
umberland. U. 

JACKSON, Rev. Edward Henry ; b. NOV. 18, 

1853, at Wrightington, nr. Preston ; s. of John 
and Catharine Jackson. Educ. Heskin Old 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Publica 
tions : The Aliens of Harrock ; Nell of Glen 
Maye ; numerous Magazine and Newspaper 
Articles. Address : Craigmore, Grange-over- 
Sands. W. 

JACKSON, Edwin, B.A. (Lond. & vict.), 

M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; b. Nov. 8, 1853 ; s. of George 
Jackson, of Manchester. Educ. Victoria Park 
{School ; Owens Coll. ; Surgeon. Class-leader ; 
S.S. Supt. ; has been Circuit Steward and Rep. 
to Conference ; Chairman of Moss Side School 
Board, 1892-8 ; Magistrate for Manchester. 
Address : 77 Withington Road, Whalley Range, 
Manchester. W. 

JACKSON, Rev. Edwin Douglas, B.A. frond.) ; 

b. April 1, 1867, at Manchester ; s. of Rev. 
Henry W. Jackson, B.A. ; m. Marian, d. of 
Rev. Amos Dyson ; one d. Educ. Kingswood 
School; Wesley Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1894. 
Address: 33 Lincoln Road East, Peter 
borough. W. 



JACKSON, Fred ; b. Oct. 10, 1863, at witney, 

Oxon ; s. of William Jackson ; m. L. E. 
Russell, of Sydenham, London ; seven c, 
Educ. Witney Wes. School. Wholesale Fruit 
Merchant. Circuit Steward for three years, 
Trustees Sec. ten years, Chapel Steward 
15 years, Class-leader ten years; Rep. to 
Conference, 1909. Address: 75 Ninian Road, 
Roath Park, Cardiff. W. 

JACKSON, Rev. George, B.A. frond.) ; b. 

Oct. 15, 1864, at Gt. Grimsby ; s. of William 
and Eliza Jackson ; m. Annie Bell, of Darling 
ton ; three s. one d. Educ. Grimsby Collegiate 
School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Supt. 
of Edin. Mission, 1888-1906 ; Pastor of Sher- 
bourne St. Meth. Church, Toronto, Canada, 
1906-9; appointed Prof, of English Bible, 
Victoria Univ., Toronto, 1909. Publications : 
First Things First ; The Table Talk of Jesus ; 
Judgement, Human and Divine; The Ten 
Commandments ; A Young Man s Bookshelf ; 
A Young Man s Religion ; Memoranda Paulina; 
The Old Methodism and the New ; The Teach 
ing of Jesus ; The Fact of Conversion ; 
Studies in the Old Testament. Recreations: 
Golf and walking. Address : 5 Whitney 
Avenue, N. Rosedale. Toronto. W. 

JACKSON, Rev. James Dodd ; b. Dec. 3, 1861, 

at Darlington ; s. of Rev. James Jackson, 
D.D., Pres. of Conference, 1897 ; m. 1st, Sarah 
Ann, d. of J. Thomason, of Lymm, Cheshire ; 
2nd, Elizabeth Bailey, d. of Captain Charles 
Leggett, of Liverpool ; one s. two d. Educ. at 



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private schools at Stockton-on-Tees and Gars- 
dale, Yorks; e. m. 1883. Editor of Prim. 
Meth. Magazines ; Hartley lecturer for 1912 ; 
has written much in illustration of Methodist 
life, against Ritualism, and on literary and | 
various subjects. Recreation : Fly-fishing. ; 
Addresses : 40 Ferme Park Road, Stroud 
Green, N. ; 26 Holborn Hall, Gray s Inn 
Road, W.C. P. 

JACKSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Dec. 18, 1856, at 
Poplar, I+ondon ; s. of Joseph Martindale 
Jackson ; m. Rhoda, d. of Reuben Spicer, of 
High Wycombe; two s. Educ. Wes. day 
school, Poplar ; Milton Hall, Southend ; 
Headingley and Handsworth Colls. ; e. m. 
1882. Built Central Hall, Wverpool, 1905; 
Supt. of Liverpool Mission since 1900. Ad 
dress : 11 Fairfield Crescent, Newsham Park, 
Liverpool. W. 

JACKSON, Rev. Joseph Austin ; b. Aug. 3, 1854, 
at Otley, Yorks ; s. of Jonathan and Hannah 
Jackson ; m. 1882, Louisa I,. Taylor, of 
Carbonear, Newfoundland ; one s. four d. 
Educ. Collegiate Acad. of Dr. Kerr, Otley ; 
e. m, in Newfoundland, 1877 ; transferred to 
Canada, 1883; Sec. of Conference, 1906; 
Chairman of Wiarton Dist., 1911. Recrea 
tions: Boating and fishing. Address : Tara, 
Ontario, Canada. C. 

JACKSON, Rev. Thomas ; b. Oct. 17, 1850, at 

Belper ; s. of Joseph Jackson ; m. Anastasia 
Ramsden, of Sheffield ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Belper Unitarian S.S. ; e. m. 1876. Founder 
of Walthamstow, Clapton, Southend, and 
Whitechapel Missions, and Pioneer of Social 
Agencies in Primitive Methodism. Address : 
Working leads Institute, 279 Whitechapel 
Road, Condon, E. P. 

JACKSON, Thomas, ly.D.S. ; b. April 11, 1866, at 
Preston ; s. of Thos. Jackson ; m. Sabina 
Baldwin, of Burnley ; three s. four d. Educ. 
Burnley : Owens Coll., Manchester. Dental 
Surgeon. Hon. Dent. Surgeon to Victoria 
Hospital, Burnley ; Dent. Surgeon to Burnley 
Union Workhouse and Infirmary. Junior 
Circuit Steward ; I/>cal Preacher ; Teacher of 
Young Men s Class ; Soc. Class-leader ; Sec. of 
Prim. Meth. Council for Burnley to Colne 
circuits ; Treas. to Bradford and Halifax Dist. 
C.E. Com. ; Member of Bradford and Hah fax 
Dist. Com. ; Assist. Connexional Sec. to lay 
men s Missionary I^eague. Address : 2 Bridge 
End, St. James s St., Burnley. P. 

JACKSON, Rev. Thomas Richardson ; b. Jan. 8, 

1851, at South Shields; s. of Christopher 
Jackson; m. E., d. of Ed. Atkinson, Hyde 
Park, I^eeds ; three s. three d. Stud. Head 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Recreations : Cycling 
and gardening. Present A ddress : Wesley 
Manse, Rush Hill, Uppermill, Oldham. W. 

JACKSON, Rev. William (E) ; b. Oct. 23, 1852, 
at Molescroft Grange, Beverley ; m. F. M. 



Baker, of Manchester ; one d. Educ. Beverley 
Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Contributor to Sunday School Chronicle. 
Address : Heath Villa, Colne, I+ancs. W. 

JACOBS, Rev. Horace Lincoln, B.A., M.A., 

B.D., D.D. ; b. Sept. 23, 1863, at York, Pa., 
U.S.A.; s. of Harvey Haines and Arvilla 
(McCandless) Jacobs; m. Helen G. Strobel, 
of Baltimore, Md., U.S.A.; two s. Educ. 
York County Acad., Pennsylvania Coll., and 
Drew Theological Seminary ; e. m. 1885, 
Central Pennsylvania Conference, M.E. Ch. 
First Fellow-elect of Drew Theol. Seminary ; 
Member of Gen. Conference, 1900, 1904, 1908, 
M.E. Ch. ; Fourth Oecumenical Meth. Con 
ference. Correspondent for, and Contributor 
to, religious press. Publications : Epworth 
league Topics. Address: Altoona, Pa., 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

JACOBS, Rev. Walter John ; b. May 7, 1865, 

at Bath, Jamaica ; s. of Robert Jacobs ; m. 
Alice E. Butler, of Dominica; one 9. one 
d. Educ. Privately; York Castle Wes. 
High School ; e. m. 1893. Nearly killed iu 
a Colombian revolution, Emperador, Rep. 
of Colombia, 1901. Recreations : Walking, 
boating, and riding. Address: Falmouth, 
Jamaica, W. Indies. W. 

JAMES, Rev Henry J b. Nov. 7, 1869, at Derby ; 
s. of John W. and Sarah James ; m. I,ilian 
Blanche, adopted d. of W. and M. C. Hopkin- 
son ; one s. one d. Educ. Sheffield, Ran- 
moorColl.; e. m. 1891. Address: 14 Bel- 
mont St., Huddersfield. U. 

JAMES, Rev. John ; b. Jan. 15, 1843, at Old 
Croft, I^ydney, Glos ; s. of John James 
and Charlotte, his wife; m. 1872, Frances 
Anne, d. of William Miles, King s I/ynn ; 
five s. one d, Educ. Viney Hill ; e. m. 1866. 
Contributor to Magazines. Recreations : 
Reading and walking. Address : 2 Dagmar 
Terrace, Nelson Road South, Gt. Yarmouth. 
U. 

JAMES, Rev. John Courtenay, M.A., B.D. (Aber 
deen) ; b. July 13, 1863, at St. Anthony-in- 
Meneage, Cornwall ; 5. of Samuel Henry 
James and Eliza Hocking; m. Alice Seaton 
Green, of Pretoria, Transvaal ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Grammar School, nr. Helston ; Aber 
deen Univ. ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1885. 
Publication : The Philosophy of Dissent. Ad 
dress : The Manse, Eldon Place, Patricroft, 
Manchester. W. 

JAMES, Rev. William Henry; b. 1848, at 

Fogner, Milton Abbot, Devon ; s. of James 
James ; m. Sarah, e. d. of George Worger, 
Tonbridge, Kent ; one s. two d. Educ. Duke 
of Bedford s School, Milton Abbot; e. m. 
1873. Address: Duncombe, I^inden Road, 
Gloucester. U. 

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JAMES, Rev. William ; b. Feb. l, 1861, a 
Horton, Wimborne, Dorset ; s. of Frederick 
J. James; m. Teresa M. Vye, of Witcham 
Ely, Cambs ; four s. Educ. Queen s Coll. 
Taunton ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1886 
Recreation: Cycling. Address: 47 Wynd 
ham Road, Salisbury. W. 

JEFFERIES, Rev. Thomas Albert ; b. Aug. 19 

1878, at Bedminster, Bristol ; s. of Alfred J 
and Elisebeth Jefferies ; m. Beatrice Helei 
Pratt, of Bedminster; one s. Educ. St 
Paul s, Bedminster ; Bristol School of Scienc 
and Art ; Huddersfield Technical Coll. 
Owens Coll., Manchester; Free Meth. Coll. 
Manchester ; e. m. 1900. Marmaduke Mille 
Scholar of Free Meth. College, Matriculant o 
London University. Ex-Pres. and Sec. o 
Huddersfield F.C.C. ; lectures frequently 
mostly on scientific subjects. Publications , 
Articles on Science and Religion in The Unitec 
Methodist Magazine; C.E. topics in The 
United Methodist weekly newspaper ; Talk; 
on Astronomy, &c., in The Pleasant Hour 
Recreations : Tennis, walking, and photo 
graphy. Address: 29 Storths Road, Hud 
dersBeld. U. 

JEFFERY, James Thomas, J.P. ; b. Feb. 10 

1849, at Oxford ; s. of John Jeffery ; m. Mary 
Ann Sykes, of Leicester ; five s. one d. Educ 
St. Paul s School, Oxford. General and Fancy 
Warehouseman. J.P. ; Town Councillor for 
nine years, Pres. of Wisbech liberal Assoc 
12 years, and Overseer seven years ; formerly 
member of Wigston School Board, Leicester 
Local Preacher, Circuit Steward, and Dist 
Treas. of Centenary and Local Preachers 
Training Fund. Address: Woodford House, 
Wisbech, Camb. P. 

JEFFREYS, Rev. John ; b. May 23, 1825, at 

Liverpool; s. of Robert Jeffreys; m. Maria 
Georgiana, step-<f. of Robt. Wm. Jackson, of 
London ; five c. Educ. Pictons , Liverpool ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1849. Travelled for 
51 unbroken years. Recreation : Walking. 
Address: Coombe Road, Brighton. W. 

JEFFRIES, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 5, 1845, at 
Fairfield, nr. Liverpool; s. of Thomas and 
Eliza Grace Jeffries; m. 1st, 1873, Agnes, d. 
of George and Ann Yates, of Liverpool (one s. ) 
2nd, 1879, Mercy, d. of Lewis M. and Elizabeth 
A . Wibmer , Tonbridge ( two s . three d. ) . Educ . 
Liverpool Collegiate School; e. m. 1869. 
Went to Australia, 1889 ; Pres. of Queensland 
Conference, 1896; Sec. of South Australian 
Conference 1903, Pres. 1904; Rep. to Gen. 
Conference of Australasia, 1897, 1901, 1904, 
1907, 1910. Recreations: Reading and 
travel. Address: Methodist Parsonage, 
Parkside, Adelaide, S. Australia. A. 

JENKINS, James Heald, M.A. (Cantab.), B.A. 

(Lond.); b. March 1, 1875, at Highbury, 
London; s. of Rev. Ebenezer E. Jenkins, 
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LL.D., and Margaret Heald Wood; m. 
Theodora Caldicott Ingram, of Weston-super- 
Mare ; two s. one d. Educ. The Leys School 
and Emmanuel Coll., Camb. Head Master 
of Caldicott School. Local Preacher ; Senior 
Circuit Steward. Founded Caldicott School 
with Mr. J. H. S. M Arthur as preparatory 
school for The Leys ; now officially recognized 
by Leys governors. Publication : Life of Dr. 
E. E. Jenkins. Recreations : Motoring and 
cycling. Address : Caldicott School, Hitchin. 
Club : National, 1 Whitehall Gardens, W. W. 

JENKINS, Rev. Richard Owen, B.SC., b. 

March 4, 1883, at Gwernogle, Carmarthenshire ; 
s. of Richard Jenkins. Educ. Doncaster 
Grammar School ; Yorkshire Coll., Leeds ; 
Victoria Univ. ; Didsbury Coll. ; Manchester 
Univ. ; e. m. 1904. Missionary in India since 
1907 ; gazetted Chap, to Forces of Mohmand 
Campaign, May 1908. Address: Wesleyan 
Manse, Apollo Bunder, Bombay. W. 

JENNINGS, Rev. Jesse Williams, D.D., LL.D.; 

b. Sept. 1, 1852, at South Bend, Indiana, 
U.S.A.; s. of James H. and Mahala M. 
Jennings, g.s. of James and Mary Jennings, 
g.g.s. of Samuel and Susannah Jennings ; m. 
March 15, 1874, Lydia Ann Sousley, of South 
Bend, Indiana, U.S.A.; one d., Serene Viola, 
now wife of Melville D. Cameron, of Omaha, 
Nebraska, U.S.A.; she is Pres. of Women s 
Federated Clubs of Omaha. Educ. Public 
schools in Indiana and Michigan, U.S.A. ; 
D.D. Chaddock Coll., 1898; LL.D. Nebraska 
Wes. Univ., 1905; e. m. North Nebraska 
Conference, 1884. Member of Joint Com 
mission on Church Catechism, of M.E. Ch. 
and M.E. Ch. South, 1904-5 ; Presiding Elder 
of Omaha (Nebr.) Dist., 1899-1904; Del. to 
Gen. Conference, 1904, 1908, and first reserve, 
1912; Del. to Oecumenical Conference at 
Toronto, 1911 ; Chaplain of 2nd Regt., 
Nebraska National Guards, 1899-1900 ; 
Member of North Nebraska Conference, 
U.S.A. ; Manager of Kansas City Depository 
Meth. Book Concern since Nov. 1, 1904. Re 
creation: Travelling. Address: 1121-1123, 
McGee St., Kansas City, Missouri. M.E. Ch. 

JENNINGS, William Henry, J.P. ; b. Feb. e, 
1847, at Plymouth ; s. of James Jennings ; m. 
1st, Emma, y. d. of George Toms, of Torring- 
ton ; 2nd, Edith, y. d. of Richard Field, of 
Hull. Educ. The public schools, Plymouth. 
Coal Merchant. J.P. for Devon ; one of the 
first members of Devon C.C., and for 22 years 
Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the East 
Stonehouse School Board. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, Bible-class leader, and Missioned 
Address: 57 Durnford St., Stonehouse, 
Plymouth. W. 

JERMYN, Alfred, J.P. ; b. June 4, 1845 ; s. of 
William Jermyn and Harriott Reynolds ; 
m. Ellen Susannah, 3rd d. of J. H. Bobby, of 
Diss; five s. three d. Educ. King Edward 



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VI s Grammar School, Wymondham. Draper. 
Chairman of several limited Companies ; 
Corporation Dock Director. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, Circuit Steward, &c. ; several times 
Rep. to Conference. Alderman, and Mayor 
of King s Lynn, 1907-8 ; Member of Company 
of Wheelwrights, City of Condon. Address : 
Burleigh House, King s Lynn, Norfolk. W. 

JESSUP, Joseph John ; b. April 27, is 51, at 

Attleborough, Norfolk ; s. of late George 
Jessup ; m. Caroline Mary Ketteringham, of 
Attleborough ; one adopted s. (Rev. Frank 
Hart). Educ. Private school, Norwich. 
Farming. Guardian and Dist. Councillor for 
22 years, S.S. Supt. 28 years; Poor and 
Soc. Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1909. 
Recreation : Cricket. Address: The Chestnuts, 
Attleborough. W. 

JOHNSON, George Johnson, J.P. ; 6. April 28, 
1839, at Doddington, Faversham Circuit ; m. 
twice ; one s. two d. Educ. Village school. 
Builder and Contractor. J.P. of Borough of 
Faversham, and Member of Town Council. 
Local Preacher for 50 years, Class-leader 40 
years ; has filled many church offices ; Lay 
Sec. of Dist. L.P. Com. and Rep. to Confer 
ence ; Convener of Dist. Com. of L.P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc. Recreation : Church work, and 
plenty of it. Address : Newton Road, Faver 
sham. W. 

JOHNSON, James J b. March 29, 1839, at Salford 
Manchester ; s. of Thomas Johnson ; m. Amy 
Tilzey, of Toddington, Beds ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Private schools. Merchant. Member 
of Salford County Borough Council, Nov. 
1909. S.S. Supt. ; Treas. of Dist. S.S. Union, 
Manchester; Member of Com. S.S. Dept. 
Recreations : Cricket and cycling. Addresses : 
2a China Lane, Manchester ; 14 Penelope 
Road, Irlams-o -th -Height, Manchester. W. 

JOHNSON, John Wright, F.S.A.A. ; b. July 9, 

1861, at Sunderland ; s. of James Dixon and 
Mary Ann Johnson, of Sunderland ; m. Eleanor, 
d. of John Burdis, of Sunderland ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Rutter s Academy, and Boys British 
School. Member of I.M. Connexional Com.; 
Pres. of Robt. St. Church, Sunderland ; Hon. 
Gen. Sec. for Pentecostal League of Prayer for 
North of England ; Treas. of F.C.C. ; Councillor 
for County Borough of Sunderland ; Member 
of Education Com. ; Chairman of Higher 
Education Sub-Corn. ; Chairman of Governors 
of Bede Collegiate School ; Vice-Chairman of 
Watch Com. ; Principal of Firm of James D. 
Johnson & Co., Colliery Agents, Sunderland, 
and Managing Director of Blaxter Quarries, 
Ltd. Publications: How to Receive and 
Keep the Blessing of God : Twelve Instruc 
tions; a leaflet, &c. Address: Beechwood 
St., Sunderland ; Wesley House, Limestone 
Brae, Whitfield, Northumberland, R.S.O. /. 

JOHNSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Aug. 19, i860, at 
Woodthorpe, Staveley, Derbyshire; s. of 



Moses Johnson, Marsden Moor, Chesterfield, 
and Ellen Rhoden (d. 1908) ; m. 1st, 1887, 
Annie E. Ogram, of Skipton ; 2nd, 1902, 
Jennie Paull, of Cambridge and Redruth. 
Educ. Staveley National school ; Science and 
Art Classes, Staveley and Woodthorpe ; Hartley 
Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1882. Gen. Sec. 
of the Bible Reading and Praj^er Union since 
1901 ; Sec. of Prim. Meth. Conference, 1909 ; 
Supt. of South-East London Mission since 
1902. Editor of monthly paper Light and 
Truth. Elected Vice-General Book Steward 
by the Centenary Conference at Tunstall, 
June 1910 ; elected Borough Councillor for 
Southwark, Nov. 1909 ; Guardian of Hackney 
Union 6 years and of Southwark 3 years. 
Address : St. George s Hall, Old Kent Road, 
London, S.E. T.A. Slumdom, London. T. 
1628 Hop. Club : National Liberal. P. 

JOHNSON, Rev. Matthew ; b. May 13, 1854, at 

Benton, nr. Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of Thomas 
Johnson ; m. Annie, d. of Rev. Wm. Saul ; 
two d. Educ. Village school; Ramsay s 
Academy ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
Contributor to the Press and Denominational 
Magazines. Address: St. George s Road, 
Hexham-on-Tyne. P. 

JOHNSON, Rev. R. Crawford, D.D. ; 6. 1841, at 

Antrim, Ireland ; m. Susannah R. Johnston, 
of Glenary, Co. Antrim ; five s. Educ. Wesley 
Coll., Dublin, and village school ; Didsbury 
Coll.; f. m. 1865. Vice-Pres. of Irish Con- 
ference; twice elected to Oecumenical Con 
ference; Irish Del. to General Conference 
of M.E. Church, Cleveland, Ohio, 1896 ; 
Founder of Belfast Central Mission. Address : 
130 Malone Avenue, Belfast. W. 

JOHNSON, Rev. Samuel ; b. Aug. 11, 1848, at 

Colchester, Essex ; s. of Joseph Peter John- 
son ; m. Mary Anna Nuth, of Stoke-on- 
Mendip, Somerset ; one d. Educ. Colchester 
National school ; e. m. 1872. Sec. of Building 
Com. of Liverpool Dist. for ten years. Ad- 
dress : Broadstone, 38 Deacon Road, Widnes, 
Lanes. P. 

JOHNSON, Rev. Simpson ; b. Aug. 12, 1852, at 
Barnard Castle ; s. of George Johnson ; m. 
Miss Cunningham, of Saltburn-by-the-Sea ; 
six c. Educ. Barnard Castle; e. m. 1873. 
Elected Sec. of Conference, 1910 ; elected 
to the Legal Hundred, 1906 ; Sec. of Confer 
ence, 1910, 1911 ; Sec. for Home Missions, 
1901-9 ; Sec. for the London Com. Publica 
tion : Thomas Collins, a Typical Evangelist. 
Address: Huntcliff, 48 Woodville Gardens, 
Ealing,W. W. 

JOHNSTON, Rev. Arthur Irvine ; b. Jan. 22, 1869, 

at Teirmacspird, Co. Fermanagh ; s. of Wm. 
John Johnston ; m. Mary Isabella, d. of John 
Scott ; three s. Educ. Model School, Omagh, 
Co. Tyrone ; Meth. Coll., Belfast ; e. m. 1895. 
Address: Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh. W. 

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JOHNSTON, Arthur Hammersley, M.R.C.S., 

I,.R.C.P. (I^ond.) ; b. Feb. 4, 1862, at limerick ; 
s. of David Johnston ; *n. Blanche A. Jones, 
of Maidstone ; two s. two d. Educ. Stamford 
House School, S. lyambeth, and Guy s Hospital. 
Medical Practitioner. Trustees Sec., Circuit 
Steward, and Rep. to Conference, lylO ; ex- 
Poor and Soc. Steward, and S.S. Sec., for 13 
years. Examiner, lecturer, Hon. I,ife Member 
of St. John Ambulance Association ; Assist. 
Commissioner of St. John Ambulance Brigade 
(Northern Dist.) ; Hon. Assoc. of Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem in England ; Pres, of Hull 
Medical Soc. ; Vice-Chairman E. Riding Branch 
Brit. Med. Assoc. Recreations : Walking, 
reading, and photography. Address: L,yn- 
ton, Anlaby Road, Hull. W. 

JOHNSTON, Rev. Hugh, B.A., D.D. ; b. Jan. 5, 

1840, at Elgin, Ont., Canada; s. of John 
and Mary A. Johnston ; m. 1887, Eliza 
Holland, of Montreal ; seven s. one d. 
Educ. Cobourg and Toronto ; Normal School, 
and Victoria Univ. (B.A. 1865 ; A.M. 1869 ; 
B.D. 1874 ; D.D. 1889) ; e. m. 1859. Trans 
ferred from Meth. Ch. of Canada to M.E. Ch., 
and Pastor of Metropolitan Memorial Ch., 
Washington (attended by President McKin- 
ley), 1893-8; First Church, Baltimore (lineal 
descendant of lyovelane Meeting House), 
1898-1904 ; Acting Chaplain of U.S. Senate, 
1897 ; Sec. of Board of Trustees, Goucher 
Coll., Baltimore, since 1904. Publications: 
Toward the Sunrise (Sketches of Travel in 
Europe and the East) ; Biographies of 
William Morley Punshon and Senator John 
Macdonald; Beyond Death (a work on 
Eschatology) 1903 ; collections of Sermons 
and Addresses. Recreations : Outdoor, walk- 
ng ; indoor, chess. Address: 3010 N. 
Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

JOHNSTON, Thomas Davidson ; b. June 8, 1865, 

at I+ochfoot, Kirkcudbright, N.B. Circui. 
Steward and S.S. Supt. ; has held offices of 
Poor and Soc. Steward and S.S. Sec. ; Rept 
to Conference, 1911. Recreation: Golf. 
Address: Uam-Var, Portland Street, I,eam- 
ington Spa. W. 

JOHNSTONS, Herbert Alison, J.P. ; b. Jan. 15, 

1840, at Kirkburton, nr. Huddersfield; m. 
S. A. Brocklehurst, of Bollington ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Greetland Wes. School ; West 
minster Training Coll. Head Master of Dids- 
bury Wes. School, 1861-9, and of Brentnall 
Street Wes. School, Stockport, 1870-1906 
An active educationist all his life. Recreations : 
Walking, cycling, and bowls. Address : 
57 Kennerley Road, Stockport. W. 

JOLLIFFE, Rev. Ebenezcr ; b. May 7, 1857, at 
I4skeard, Cornwall; s. of John Jolliffe; m. 
I,illie Folland, of Devonport; two s. two d 
Educ. St. James s Acad., Devon ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1882. Missionary in Honduras 
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1883-90. Address: 7 Portland Place, Ieam- 
iugton. W. 

JONES, Arthur Thomas, M.R.C.S. (Eug.), 

I..R.C.P. (lyond.) ; b. April 24, 1873, at Fron, 
Wrexham ; s. of Boaz Jones, Eirianfa, Den 
bigh. Educ. Denbigh Grammar School ; 
Liverpool Univ. Coll. Surgeon to Nixon s 
Collieries. Circuit Steward. Formerly Member 
of I,lanwonno School Board. Address: 19 
Richmond Road, Mountain Ash, S. Wales. 
W. 

JONES, Rev. Charles; b. Oct. 31, 1878, at 

Ty Cerrig, Glyndyfrdwy, nr. Uangollen ; s. of 
John and Margaret Jones ; m. Maggie Jones, 
of Broughton Hall, Wrexham ; one c. Educ. 
Glyndyfrdwy British school ; Grammar 
School, Menai Bridge ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1898. Address: Bangor, N. Wales. W. 

JONES, Rev. David (D) ; . of David and Cath 
erine Jones, of Pennal, Merioneth. Educ. 
Pennal and Towyn ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1884. Address: Bangor, N. Wales. W. 

JONES, Rev. David Gwynfryn ; b. NOV. 1, 1869, 

at Bryncrug Towyn, Merioneth ; s. of John 
and Jane Jones, of Penygraig, S. Wales ; m. 
Christiana, y. d. of John and Mary I^loyd, of 
Gwylfa, Flint Mt., Flint; two s. Educ. 
Hafod Board School ; Penygraig Grammar 
School; e. m. 1894. Publication: Joint 
author with Dr. Maldwyn Hughes of I4fe 
and Times of Rev. John Hughes, D.D. 
(Glanystwyth) ; for years Editor of Young 
Wales publication Ysbryd yr oes. One of 
the publishers and Joint Editor of Gwy- 
liedydd Newydd (New Watchman), the 
Weekly Welsh newspaper of the Wes. Church 
of the Principality ; Compiler of Hymn and 
Tune Book for the Welsh churches of S. 
Africa ; Pres. of the North Wales Federation 
of Free Churches for 1910-11. Address: 9 
Marine Terrace, Barmouth, N. Wales. W. 

JONES, Rev. David Meurig ; b. April 16, 1868, 

at Pontrhydygroes, Cardigan ; s. of Rees 
Jones ; m. Margaret Ann, d. of Hugh Morgan, 
of Westminster ; three d. Educ. Gwynfryn 
Grammar School ; Hands worth Coll. ; e. m. 
1895. Took leading place, as Pres. of F.C.C. 
of Llanasa Parish, in the struggle for the 
Council School at Gwespyr. Recreation : 
\Valking. Address: Holy well. W. 

JONES, David Robert; b. NOV. 26, 1874, at 

Aberystwyth ; s. of Rev. Peter Jones (B) ; 
m. Maud Roberts, of Brynmawr ; one c. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Cardiff. Acting 
Manager of Met. Bank, Brynmawr. Class- 
leader ; Circuit Chapel Sec. ; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1910. Recreation: Walking. Ad 
dress : Endsleigh, Brynmawr. W. 

JONES, David Robert; b. Feb. 5, 1875, at 

Merthyr Tydfil; s. of William and Anne 
Jones, Merthyr Tydfil ; m. Katie, d. of Evan 



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Jenkins, Hirwain ; two s. Educ. St. David s 
National school, Merthyr Tydfil. Managing 
Clerk. Circuit and Chapel Steward ; Circuit, 
Chapel, and Home Mission Sec. ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1911. Recreation: Walking. 
Address: 2 Vaynor Villas, Cefn Coed, 
Merthyr Tydfil. W. 

JONES, Rev. Edward (c) ; b. Feb. 1852, at 

Pwllheli; s. of William and Mary Jones, of 
Church St., Pwllheli ; tn. M. E. Edwards, of 
N. Road, Carnarvon ; nine c. Educ. County 
schools; e. tn. 1877. Address: Eglwysbach, 
Taly-cafn, Denbigh. W. 

JONES, Edward ; b. March 31, 1857, at Chester ; 
5. of Robert and Sarah Jones; m. Miss 
Jackson, of Devon ; five c. Educ. Kirkdale 
Industrial School. Decorator and Merchant. 
Circuit and Soc. Steward; elected to Den 
bighshire C.C., 1910. Recreations: Walking 
and shooting. Address: Pentresaeson Hall, 
Wrexham. W. 

JONES, Rev. Edward Whittington ; b. April n, 

1873, at Hanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwyth ; s. 
of John and Ann Jones ; m. Mary Catherine 
Jones, of Manchester ; one s. one d. Stud, at 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1901. Address : 
Penmachno, Bettws-y-Coed. W. 

JONES, Rev. Francis ; b. 1852, at Leeds ; s. of 

Joseph Jones, of Bramley, nr. Leeds; m. 
Hannah Stringer, d. of Joshua Kaye, of 
Sheffield; one s. two d. Address: 69 
Ickburgh Road, Upper Clapton, London, 
N.E. U. 

JONES, Rev. Frank ; b. Oct. 25, 1863, at Wolver- 
hampton ; s. of Isaac Jones ; m. R. Edith 
Rowson, d. of Rev. Thomas Rowson. Educ. 
St. Peter s Collegiate School, Wolverhamp- 
ton; Richmond Coll.; e. tn. 1888. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Whitstable Road, Canterbury. 
W. 

JONES, Rev. Hugh, D.D. ; b. Jan. 20, 1837, at 
Carnarvon ; s. of Owen and Marjery Jones, of 
Carnarvon ; m. Mary, d. of Rev. John Wil 
liams, C.M. Minister, Llansilin, Denbigh ; 
three s. Educ. National school, Carnarvon ; 
e. m. 1859. Elected to Legal Hundred, 1893 ; 
Chairman of N. Wales Dist., and of 2nd N. 
Wales Dist. since 1893; Pres. of Welsh 
Assembly, 1900; Pres. of N. Wales F.C. 
Federation, 1903 ; Editor and Book Steward 
1902-11. Publications: Commentary on the 
Three Epistles of St. John; Life of Rev. 
R. T. Owen ; Life of Rev. Samuel Davies ; 
History of Welsh Nonconformity ; History 
of Welsh Wes. Methodism (3 vols) ; The 
Christian Hope (a vol. of Sermons). Re 
creation : Walking. Address : Tan y Maes, 
Bangor. W, 

JONES, Rev. Isaiah ; b. June 1, 1857, at Liver 
pool ; s. of Mr. J. Jones ; m. Elizabeth 
Catherine Owen, of Carnarvon ; seven c. 

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Educ. Llanrwst; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 18751 
Address: 3 St. Mathew s Terrace, Leyburn, 
S.O., Yorks. W. 

JONES, John ; b. Oct. 11, 1844, at Llanarmon- 
yn-Ial ; s. of Thomas Jones; nt. 1894, Joyce 
Catherine, d. of Evan Williams, Pwllheli. 
Timber Merchant; Circuit Steward, Class- 
leader, S.S. Supt., &c., for 47 years. Publica 
tion: Hints on the Duties of Laymen. Ad- 
dress : 36 Devonshire Road, Princes Park, 
Liverpool. W. 

JONES, John, J.P. ; b. Dec. 25, 1845, at Christie- 
ton ; s. of William Jones ; m. Ellen, d. of 
J. P. Moore, Chester ; two s. three d. Educ. 
Christleton. Coal and Lime Merchant. Local 
Preacher ; Class-leader ; Circuit Steward 40 
years; Vice-Pres. of Conference, 1891. J.P. 
and Alderman for City of Chester ; Chairman 
of Finance Com. ; Sheriff, 1891 ; Mayor, 
1907, 1908. Address : Coniston, Newton, nr. 
Chester. P. 

JONES, Rev. John Edward ; b. April 17, 1857, 

at St. Asaph, N. Wales ; s. of Edward Jones 
and Elizabeth, d. of Edward Taplen, Bron- 
y-Cwrn, Nanerch, Flintshire ; m. Emma Jane, 
d. of William Jones, Hessaford Farm, Kilk- 
hampton, N. Cornwall. Educ. National, and 
private school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1884. 
Recreations : Walking and cycling. Address : 
Epworth, Doncaster. W. 

JONES, Rev. John Howeli ; b. Aug. 24, 1855, at 

Liverpool ; m. 1st, Dora Catherine, 2nd d. of J. 
Jones, of Angharad, Corwen, N. Wales ; 2nd, 
Lizzie, 3rd d. of Capt. James of Aberdovey, 
N. Wales ; two s. two d. Educ. National and 
British schools, Llanrwst, N. Wales; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Publication : Jo 
seph : Dreamer and Deliverer. Address : 63 
Werneth Hall Road, Oldham. W. 

JONES, Rev. Owen ; b. Feb. 4, I860, at Traws- 
fynydd, Merioneth. Educ. Festiniog Slate 
Quarries Board school ; Normal Coll., Bangor; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1883. Missionary in 
Honduras, 1884-92. Address: The Manse, 
Richmond Hill, Leeds. W. 

JONES, Owen Tudor; b. Oct. 28, 1868, at 

Tregarth, Carnarvon ; s. of Rev. Hugh Jones, 
D.D. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; 
Kingswood School. Solicitor. Circuit and 
Soc. Steward ; Dist. Treas. of Worn-out 
Ministers Fund ; Member of N. Wales Chapel 
Com. for 20 years; Member of Dist. Synod 
for 20 years ; Rep. to Welsh Assembly ; has 
been Rep. to Conference. Member of Birken- 
head Board of Guardians since 1908, and now 
Chairman of Workhouse Com. A ddr esses : 
10 Victoria St., Liverpool ; 4 Cole St., Bir ken- 
head. W. 

JONES, Rev. Rhys ; i. April 20, 1873, at 74 

Penybryn Bethesda, Carnarvon ; s. of Rhys 
Jones, of Bethesda, N, Wales ; m. Maggie May 

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Hughes, of Hendre, Gwyddelwern, Merioneth 
one d. Educ. Glanogwen National school 
Bethesda ; Univ. Coll., Bangor ; Didsbur} 
Coll. ; e. tn. 1896. Worked until 22 years o 
age as a quarryman in the Penrhyn Slat 
Quarries, entered Bangor Coll. six month 
after leaving work, and passed Welsh Matricu 
lation in four subjects. Was the first Welsh 
candidate, with Rev. D. Tecwyn Evans, B.A. 
to enter Bangor Coll. under the new arrange 
ment for the training of Welsh candidates in 
the Univ. of Wales. Recreation : Golf. A d 
dress : Wylfa, Colwyn Bay. W. 

JONES, Rev. Richard Lloyd ; b. April 29, 1850 

at Ruthin. Educ. Ruthin British and Gram 
mar Schools ; e. m. 1872. An Ex-Pres. of the 
Welsh Assembly ; Chairman of 1st N. Wales 
Dist. Publications : Peculiarities of th< 
Wesleyan Methodist Doctrines; Life of J 
Wesley; Biography of Rev. J. P. Roberts; 
Handbook on St. John s Gospel. Address. 
24 Halkyn Road, Chester. W. 

JONES, Rev. Robert Emrys ; b. Sept. 18, i860, 
at Red House Farm, Flint ; s. of Robert anc 
Mary Jones ; m. Annie, d. of Wm. Jones, of 
Merthyr Tydfil ; three s. Educ. Flint Nationa 
school ; Menai Bridge Grammar School 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. tn. 1887. Sec. to S 
Wales Dist. S.S. Annual Examinations, for 
nine years. Address : 15 Bay View Crescent 
Swansea. W, 

JONES, Rev. Robert Wm. ; b. June 10, 1869, 

at Nevin, Carnarvon ; s. of Capt. and Mrs. 
Jones ; m. Elizabeth Jane, d. of Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Edwards, of Rhyl ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Nevin Elementary school; Bottwnog 
Grammar School ; Dr. Kirk s Collegiate School, 
Carnarvon; e. tn. 1891. Dist. Sec. of Class- 
leaders Com. Publications : Articles to Eur- 
grawn and Winllan Welsh periodicals. Recrea 
tions: Cycling and angling. Address: Llys 
Menai, Port Dinorwic, Bangor. W. 

JONES (Try Tan), Rev. Thomas Owan ; b. June 6, 

1856, at Llanddeiniolen ; s. of Owan Jones, of 
Rhostryfan ; m. Annie Roberts, of Llanrwst ; 
four c. e. tn. 1881. Publications : History of 
Wales, 1625-85 ; Collection of Welsh Proverbs. 
Address: 18 St. Edmund s Road, Bootle, 
Liverpool. W. 

JONES, Rev. Thomas Wynne ; b. at Bryniocyn, 

Conway ; s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Jones ; 
m. Clara, d. of Joseph Cocker, of Huddersfield 
Bank, Dewsbury ; three d. Educ. Conway and 
Llanrwst ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Financial Sec. of Swansea Dist., 1887-91 ; 
Sec. of London Meth. Council ; Sec. of London 
Ministers Meeting. Publications: History 
of Methodism in Brecon ; Life of the Rev. 
Henry R. Burton. Address: The Manse 
Eccles. W. 

JONES, Rev. William ; b. July 6, 1834, at 
Halesowen ; *. of Thomas and Elizabeth 
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Jones, of Halesowen; tn. 1860, Mary Clare, 
of Presthope, Much Wenlock, Salop ; three s. 
Educ. Halesowen; e. m. 1854. Pres. of 
Conference, 1896 ; twice Chairman of Wol- 
stanton (Potteries) School Board. Recrea 
tion : Books. Address : Grammar School 
Lane, Halesowen, Birmingham. P. 
JONES, William ; b. Aug. 13, 1856, at Liver 
pool ; s. of Edward and Sarah Jones ; tn. 
Catharine, d. of John Griffiths, Cefn Collfryn, 
Criccieth, N. Wales. Educ. National schools, 
Gwaenysgor and Newmarket, Flintshire. 
Chief Inspector, City Police Force, Liverpool. 
Sec. to First N. Wales Dist. Chapel Com. ; 
Circuit Steward, Treas. to Oakfield Trust; 
S.S. Teacher, &c. Address: 73 St. Do 
mingo Vale, Liverpool. W. 

JONES, Rev. William Cornelius ; b. 1849 ; s. of 

William Jones, of Earlestown ; tn. Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of John Harter, of Stockport ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Watson s Acad., Man 
chester; 0.W.1873. Sec. of Hull Dist. 1893-4. 
Address : 76 Selwyn Road, Upton Manor, E. 
W. 

JONES, Rev. William John ; b. March 1874, at 

Penllyn ; s. of John and Mary Jones, of 
Penllyn, Tregarth ; m. Beatrice Annie Hughes, 
of Bedol Farm, Bagillt. Educ. Queen s Coll., 
Taunton; Univ. Coll., Aberystwyth ; e. m. 
1897. Dist. Sec. for Foreign Missions. Ad 
dress : Pen-y-groes, Carnarvonshire. W . 

JONES, Rev. William Rodwell ; b. May so, 1834, 

at Hampstead Road, London ; s. of Henry 
Holmes Jones, of Richmond, Surrey ; tn. 
Sarah Ann, e. d. of Thomas Cuthbertson, of 
Whitelands, Chelsea ; three s. four d. Educ. 
Brit, school ; private study ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. tn. 1858. Financial Sec. of Bolton, Bristol, 
Sheffield, and Newcastle; Chairman of Kent 
Dist. for 6 years ; elected to Legal Hundred, 
1899. Address: 72 Twyford Avenue, Acton, 
W. W. 

JONES-DAVIES, Rev. William ; b. Oct. n, 185 1, 
at Pentrecoon, Mont; s. of Edward Davies 
and Martha Jones ; m. Emily Jane Bradford, 
of Stourbridge ; four s. three d. Educ. 
Grammar School, Bishop s Castle, Salop ; e. m. 
1876. Principal of Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
took the initiative in forming the Prim. Meth. 
Social Service Union and was its first Pres. 
Contributor to Prim. Meth. Quarterly Review, 
Interpreter, Hibbert Journal ; wrote article on 
Citizenship in the Social Service Handbook, 
and The Minister at Work, &c. Recreations : 
Fishing and gardening. Address: Hartley 
College, Manchester. P. 

JOPE, Rev. Edward , b. at Devonport ; s. of 
James Jope ; tn. 1st, Emily, d. of Wm. Mallett, 
of Devonport; 2nd, Clara, d. of Stephen H. 
Palmer, of Fishponds; two s. Stud, at 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Missionary in 
Sierra Leone, 1876-9. Address: Wesley 
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JOPLING, Rev. John; b. Jan. 25, 1856, at 
Brancepeth Castle, Durham; s. of Joseph 
Sheldon Jopling and Hannah Kay ; nt. Emily 
E., d. of Abram Chalk, of Bishop Sutton, 
Hampshire ; five c. Educ. Society of Friends 
School; Sunderland Coll.; e. nt. 1880. 
Del. to U.M. Conference, City Road, 
I/mdon, 1907. Address: 14 Alma Place, N. 
Shields. P. 

JOWETT, Rev. John Charles ; b. Jan. 28, mi, 

at Bradford ; s. of James Jowett, of Bradford, 
Yorks; m. Mina, d. of Philip Wedgwood, 
Flimby, Cumberland ; two s. one d, Educ. at 
Bradford; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1894. 
Recreation : Walking. Address : 60 Trinity 
Road, Bootle, Liverpool. W. 

JUDSON, Rev. John; b. March 29, 1851, at 
York ; s. of John Judson ; nt. Eliza Ann 
Peacock, of South Ings, Kirby Moorside. 
Educ. at Mr. Mosely s School, York ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Address : Epworth I^odge, 
Wrexham. W. 

JUDSON, Rev. William Douglas ; b. July 6, 1857, 

at Chorley, I^ancs; s. of Rev. John 
Judson; . 1st, 1885, Frances Annie Durn- 
ford, of I^ondon; 2nd, 1908, Elizabeth B. 



Rivett Wallace, of Heaton Mersey, Man 
chester. Educ. Private schools ; Sunderland 
Coll. ; e. m. 1880. Sec. to Manchester Dist. 
Centre of Prim. Meth. Social Service Union, 
&c. ; has been Gen. Com. Del. for Man 
chester Dist. Contributed to the sermon 
vol. The Primitive Methodist Pulpit, the 
Connexional periodicals, and the Primitive 
Methodist Deader. Addresses: Westfield, 
Marple, Cheshire; The Chalet, Heatou 
Mersey, Manchester. P. 

JUTSUM, Capt. J. Netherclift, F.R.A.S.; b. 

Jan. 23, 1869, at Penryn, Cornwall; *. of 
Rev. Humphrey Jutsum ; m. Edith Fishenden, 
of Woolwich. Educ. Manchester Grammar 
School. Principal of Cardiff Nautical Acad. ; 
Circuit Steward. Publications: Several Tech 
nical books on Nautical subjects. Recrea 
tions : Bowls and music. Addres$ : 61 
Fitzhamon Embankment, Cardiff. W. 

JUTSUM, Kingsland; b. Feb. 20, 1879, at 

Grilstone, Bishopsnympton, South Molton ; 
s. of Richard Jutsum ; m. Edith A. Wilkinson, 
of Ilfracombe. Bank Cashier. I^ocal 
Preacher; Joint Editor Circuit Magazine; 
Sec. of Trustees, &c. Address: 10 Belve 
dere West, Taunton. W. 



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KARSLAKE, Francis; b. July 22, 1863, at 
Simonsbath, Somerset ; s. of John and Anne 
Karslake; m. Adelaide, y. d. of John and 
Harriet Bumby, of Clovelly, N. Devon ; four d. 
Educ. Braunton. Draper and Milliner. 
Senior S.S. Supt., I^ocal Preacher, Circuit 
Steward, and Trustee; Sec. of I,.P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc. ; Rep. to Conference, 1911. Ad 
dress: I<ondon House, Mill St., Bideford, 
Devon. W. 

KAY, Rev. Joseph Hudson ; b. March 15, mi, 

at York; s. of William Kay, of York; m. 
Mary Florence Ward, of Seaton Carew ; one s. 
Educ. Priory St. Wes. School, York ; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. rn. 1895. Recreations : 
Cycling and tennis. Address: The Manse, 
Eccleslield, Sheffield. W. 

KAY, Robert ; b. Oct. 13, 1845, at York ; s. of 
Robert Kay, Freeman of City of York ; m. 1st, 
Emma Kilham, of Rawcliffe, nr. Goole (d. 
Feb. 2, 1898) ; 2nd, 1901, Elizabeth A. Burton, 
d. of Robert Burton, of Osbaldwick ; six s. six 
d. Educ. Elementary school and private 
study. Bootmaker. Class-leader and I^ocal 
Preacher; Deader of Men s Class for 30 
years. Member of City School Board, 
1892 ; Member of Education Com. ; Chairman 
of Provision of Meals Com. Contributor to 
Magazines and Newspapers ; Editor of I^ocal 
Magazine for 31 years. Recreations : Books 



and bike, with change of employment. Ad 
dress : 97 East Parade, Heworth, York. W. 

KAY, Robert Newbald ; b. Aug. e, 1869, at 

York ; s. of William and Ann Kay ; m. 
Alice May, d, of late Rev. Thomas Thornton 
I/ambert ; four s. one d. Educ. Priory St. 
Higher Grade schools. Solicitor. S.S. Supt. ; 
Class-leader, Circuit Steward ; Dist. Treas. of 
York Dist. Sustentation Fund; Rep. to 
United Meth. Assembly, City Road, Condon, 
1909 ; Member of Dist. Synod for five years. 
Recreations: Tennis and cricket. Address: 
Sunnyside, Upper Poppleton, Yorks. W. 

KEDWARD, Rev. Roderick M. ; b. 1881, at 

Westwell, Ashford, Kent ; s. of William and 
Eliza Kedward ; m. Daisy, d. of Robert and 
Sarah Fedrick, of Hampstead ; three 5. 
Educ. Private school ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1901. Member of Sculcoates Board of 
Guardians, Hull. Recreation: Golf. Ad 
dress : The Willows, Alexandra Road, Hull. W. 
KEEBLE, Rev. Samuel Edward ; b, July 20, 
1853, at City Road, I,ondon ; *. of Robert and 
Harriet Keeble, of Woodbridge, Suffolk ; m. 
1st, I<ucy, d. of James Warriner, of Ripley, 
Derbyshire (two s.) ; 2nd, Jessie, d. of E. 
Potts, J.P., of Monton, Manchester. Educ. 
St. Barnabas, King Square, and St. Thomas s 
Charterhouse Middle-class Schools, I/>ndon ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e, m. 1876. Has been 

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Editor of Methodist Weekly ; Founder and 
first Pres. of Wes. Meth. Union for Social 
Service; elected to I^egal Conference, 1908. 
Publications : Industrial Day-Dreams ; Is there 
a Heavenly Father ? ; Christianity and War ; 
Christianity and Socialism ; Christianity and 
our Wages System; A.B.C. Annotated 
Bibliography on Social Questions ; The Ideal 
of the Material I,ife. Editor of Citizen of 
To-morrow, Social Science and Service. 
Social Teaching of the Bible. Recreation: 
Walking. Address: St. John s House, L,lan- 
dudno. W. 

KEELING, Rev. E. Blanshard ; b. Aug. 19, 1846, 

at Rotherham ; s. of Ralph Ratcliffe Keeling ; 
m. Fanny Adams, <. d. of Edward Rawlings, 
of Birmingham ; three s. four d. Educ, 
Woodhouse Grove School ; Didsbury Coll. 
e. m. 1870. Address: 32 Mansfield Road, 
Ilford. W. 

KEEN, Rev. John Osborne, D.D., F.s.Sc. ; b. 

1846, in Cornwall ; m. Grace Dameral, of 
Dipper Mill, Bradford, Devon ; two s. Educ. 
Wes. School, Bodmin ; e. m. 1865. Has been 
Chairman of several Dists., and Pres. of 
Conference, 1888. Publications: On the 
King s Business ; Emphasis of Belief ; Twi 
light Whispers; Suggestive Thoughts; Tom 
Sharman ; Midst Mine and Moor ; Parson 
Jaques, &c. Address: 51 I^ewis Road, 
Neath. U. 

KEENLEYSIDE, Rev. Robert ; b. Aug. 22, 1850, 

at High House, Allendale ; s. of William 
Keenleyside ; m. Miss Foley, of Driffield ; two 
s. Educ. Henshaw, Northumberland; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1874. Address : Market 
Weighton, East Yorks. W. 

KEIGHTLEY, Rev. James ; b. May 14, 1846, at 

Appleby, I,incs ; s. of Richard Keightley ; 
m. Emma Maria Hall, of York ; three s. two d. 
Educ. National school, Appleby ; e. m. 1871. 
Has held numerous Dist. offices and represented 
his Dists. in Conference. Recreations : Change 
of duty and walking. Address: The Manse, 
Hoyland, via Barnsley. P. 

KELLEY, Alexander Roebuck; b. 1850, at 

Glasgow ; s. of James Kelley ; m. Alice, d. of 
James Whipp, Clitheroe. Educ. High School, 
Glasgow. For many years connected with 
firm of Beith, Stevenson & Co., Manchester, 
in India and China trade. I/Jcal Preacher. 
Publications : Following Christ ; Intent on 
Pleasing Thee ; Pulpit Equipment ; The Great 
Chinese Awakening ; Friend and Unfriend. 
Address: 75 I^eyland Road, Southport. W. 

KELLEY, Rev. Henry Ward ; b. Sept. 27, 1873, 

at Kadina, South Australia ; s. of Rev. Richard 
Kelley ; m. Miss Annie Baker, of Exeter; one c. 
Stud. Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 1896. 
Address: 17 Grosvenor St., Canton, Cardiff. 
U. 



KELLEY, Rev. William Valentine, A.M., D.D., 

I^itt.D., I,I,.D. ; b. Feb. 13, 1843, at 
Plainfield, N.J., U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. Benjamin 
and Eliza Kelley ; m. Eliza A. Whiteman, of 
Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. Educ. Wes. Univ., 
Middletown, Conn. ; e. m. 1867, Member of 
M.E. C. Gen. Conference, 1896, 1900, 1904, 
1908 ; Fraternal Del. to Canadian Meth. 
Ch. in 1906; Member of British Authors 
Club, I^ondon. Editor of Methodist Review 
(New York) since 1893. Publications : The 
Ripening Experience of lyife ; The Illu 
mined Face ; Down the Road ; Trees and 
Men ; Glimpses of the Soul of Gilder. 
Recreations : Men, books, and nature. 
Address : 150 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

KELLY, Rev. John ; b. 1868 ; s. of John Kelly, 
of Minera, Wrexham ; m. Sarah Jane, d. of 
Owen Roberts, of Corris ; one s. Educ. 
Penygelli Council and Deganwy Coll. schools ; 
Richmond Coll. ; North Wales Univ. ; e. m. 
1893. Sec. of Welsh Assembly S.S. Com. 
1905-9 ; Contributor to Welsh periodicals. 
Favourite Studies : History and Theology. Ad 
dress : Gwynffa Villa, Holyhead. W. 

KELVEY, Rev. Henry Frederick ; b. June 3, 

1844, at Gainsborough ; s. of Charles G. 
Kelvey ; m. Eliza, 3rd d. of Elias Crapper, 
Esq., of Walsall ; six s. Educ. Privately ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1867. Financial Sec. 
of Hull Dist. 1884. Editor of the Young 
People s Better, and Founder of the Con 
valescent Home for Women and Girls at 
Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. Publications : 
Music and its Influence on I<ife and Char 
acter ; Bright Thoughts for Dark Hours; 
Articles in Wes. magazines. Recreations : 
Music and walking. Address: Green Hill, 
Holland Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. 
W. 

KELYNACK, Theo. N., M.D., ch.B., M.R.C.P. ; 

b. June 26, 1866, at Wells, Somerset ; s. of 
Rev. Nicholas Kelynack ; m. Violet Mcl^aren, 
M.B., Ch.B. ; one d. Educ. Univ. Coll. 
School, I<ondon ; Queen Mary s School, Wal 
sall ; Owens College, Manchester. Consulting 
Physician ; Medical Adviser to the National 
Children s Home and Orphanage; Hon. 
Physician to The Mount Vernon Hospital 
for Consumption and the Infants Hospital, 
Westminster, &c. ; Medical Officer of Sceptre 
I4fe Assoc. ; late Hon. Sec. of Medical 
Advisory Board, W.M.M.S. ; Medical Adviser 
to the Prim. Meth. Missionary Society ; Hon. 
Physician to Home Workers Assoc. ; Hon. 
Sec. of Society for Study of Inebriety ; Member 
of Medical Officers of Missionary Societies 
Assoc. ; Member of Central Council Social 
Welfare Assoc. of I<ondon ; Medical Consulting 
Staff, National Assoc. for Feeble-Minded ; Met 
ropolitan Examiner for David I,ewis Epileptic 
Colony. Publications: The Drink Problem 



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in its Biological Aspects, and various medica 
and scientific works. Editor of The Child 
The British Journal of Tuberculosis, The 
British Journal of Inebriety, The Drink 
Problem, Tuberculosis in Infancy and Child 
hood, National Health Manuals, &c. Recrea 
tion: Travel. Addresses 139 Harley St. 
Cavendish Square, Condon (T. Padd 3684) 
Homecot, Harpenden ( T.Harpenden, 66). W 

KELYNACK, Rev. W. 8., M.A. ; b. Sept. 21, 1879 
in Condon ; s. of the late Rev. N. Kelynack : 
m. Annie Lilian, e. d. of Samuel J. Hayman, o 
Clifton, Bristol. Educ. Manchester Gramma; 
School; St. John s Coll., Cambridge; e. m 
1902. Publications : Moses for the Children 
Magazine Articles. Recreations : Photo 
graphy and Gardening. Address : High Mead 
65 Pope s Grove, Twickenham, S.W. W. 

KENDALL, Rev. Holliday Bickerstaffe, B.A. ; b 

Aug. 2, 1844, at Wakefield ; s. of Rev. Charles 
Kendall, Pres. of Prim. Meth. Conference 
1881 ; m. Miss Martha Sissons, of Hull ; five s 
six d. Educ. at elementary schools ; Durham 
Univ. ; e. m. 1864. Principal of East Keswick 
Coll. 1886-91; Connexional Editor, 1892- 
1901 ; Pres. of Conference, 1901 ; Editor o 
Prim. Meth. Quarterly Review since 1902 
Member of the Com. of preparation of the 
Catechism of the National Evangelical Free 
Churches. Publications : Smaller History of 
the Primitive Methodist Connexion ; Hand 
book of Primitive Methodist Church Principles 
and Polity ; Christ s Kingdom and Church 
in the Nineteenth Century (Hartley Lecture) ; 
Origin and History of the Primitive Methodist 
Church ; Contributor to A New History of 
Methodism. Address : 29 Castlemain Road 
Bournemouth. P. 

KENNEDY, Rev. George Henry; b. Jan. 21 

1868, at Westminster ; s. of John Kennedy 
of Kilmarnock, and Sarah Williams, of I/lan 
dudno ; m. Harrie Ashworth, of Southport ; 
one s. Educ. Westminster Wes. Training 
Coll.; U.M. Coll., Manchester; e. m. 1892. 
Address : 57 Withnell Road, Blackpool, S.S. 
U. 

KENNER, Rev. Abidah Wotton, B.A.; b. 

March 2, 1873, at Exeter, Ont. ; s. of Rev. 
Henry and Ellen Kenner ; m. S. Williamson ; 
two d. Educ. Winnipeg, Man. ; Wesley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1894. From 1910 Chairman Swan 
River Dist. of Manitoba Conference; Con 
ference Correspondent of Christian Guardian, 
1909-11. Recreations : Driving and shooting. 
Address : Swan River, Manitoba, Canada. C. 

KENT, Alfred Baggaley ; s. of Alfred Kent, and 
Tamar, d. of Jacob Baggaley, of Wolstanton, 
Staffs ; m. Olive Mary Saunders, of Stoke 
Newington ; one d. Joint Sec. of the Al 
liance of Honour, an interdenominational 
movement amongst men for the extension of 
Purity. Recreation: Gardening. Address: 



Leysian Chambers, 112 City Road, London, 
B.C. W. 

KENYON, George Waring ; 6. 1866, at Worthing; 
s. of Rev. George Kenyon ; m. Gertrude M. 
Woodcock, of Chesterfield; one s. one d. 
Educ, The Leys, Cambridge. Colliery Agent ; 
Circuit Steward, Chapel Steward, and Treas. 
since 1893 ; Rep. to last Bristol Conference. 
Methodist of the fourth generation. Address : 
Heylands, East Heath Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
J. 1686 P.O. Hampstead. W. 

KENYON, Peter ; b. Feb. 20, I860, at Westleigh, 
Lanes ; s. of William Kenyon ; m. Ada 
Whitehead, of Newton Heath, Manchester ; 
one s. three d. Educ. Mr. W. Bell s, Penrith. 
Drysalter. Circuit Steward ; has held most 
church offices. Address : Westholme, Thorn- 
hill Road, Huddersfield. W. 

KEVIN, Rev. Henry Newton ; b. Feb. 22, 1851, at 

Garvagh, Co. Derry ; s. of George Kevin ; m. 
Annie Carr, of Sunder land ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Belfast; Meth. Coll.; e. m. 1877. 
Recreations: Golf, fishing, and cycling. Ad 
dress : Aughnacloy, Ireland. W. 

KEW, William S., J.P. ; b. at Billinghay, Lines ; 
s. of C. Kew ; m. Annie, d. of M. Ravell, of 
North Kyme. Educ. Billinghay. Outfitter. 
Chapel Trustee ; Chapel Treas. and Steward ; 
Circuit Steward for three years ; Choirmaster ; 
S.S. Supt. ; Member of Dist. Synod ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1908 ; Pres. of Temperance Soc. ; 
Class-leader ; Guardian and Dist. Councillor ; 
Chairman of Parish Council; Chairman of 
School Managers. Recreation: Tennis. Ad 
dress : Billinghay, via Lincoln. W. 

KEY, Walter Henry; h. Feb. 24, 1855; 

Elected in 1907 Member of L.C.C. and 
Corporation of the City of London since 
1895, has been elected for nine consecutive 
years Chairman of the Elementary Educa 
tion Com. of that authority ; held all the usual 
offices, and was for four years Circuit Steward 
of Stoke Newington Circuit; for 14 years 
represented the City of London on the London 
School Board and was Chairman of the Finance 
Com. of that Body for three years. Address : 
301 Seven Sisters Road, N. W. 

KEYWORTH, Charles Wesley, B.A. (Royal 

Univ., Ireland) ; b. May 27, 1862, at Black 
burn ; s. of Rev. Robert Keyworth and 
Maria Aver, and g. s. of Rev. William Aver, 
one of Wesley s preachers. Educ. Stourbridge 
Grammar School and privately. Teaching and 
literary. Has filled various church offices ; 
Birmingham Sec. of the Wes. Meth. Union 
for Social Service. Publications : under 
nom de plume of Charles Aver Glory Court ; 
Lady Ju ; numerous short stories. Recrea 
tion: Gardening. Address: The Hollies, 
Blenheim Road, Moseley, Birmingham. W, 

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KEYWORTH, Rev. John Wesley; b. Oct. 22, 

1849, at Rye, Sussex ; s. of Rev. Robert 
Keyworth ; m. Maria Louisa, d. of Rev. John 
Pinkney ; three s. two d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1871. 
Publications : Various story-books, and 
magazine sketches. Recreation : Cycling. 
A ddress : Wesley Manse, Cannock. W, 

XIDD, Rev. T. Herbert; b. Feb. 7, 1870, at 

Birkenhead ; s. of Thomas Kidd, of Bir ken- 
head ; m. Marian A. Corke, of Birkenhead ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Privately ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1894. Missionary in Honduras, 
1894-1901 ; Sec. of Centenary Movement, 
Birmingham and Shrewsbury Dist. Address : 
200 Bushbury Road, Wolverhampton. W. 

KIDWELL, Rev. Archibald A. ; b. June 13, 1876, 
at Jamestown, Cape Colony ; s. of Alexander 
James Kidwell, S.J.P. ; m. Kate, d. of Henry 
Hollidge, Circuit Steward of Norwich 1st 
Circuit ; one d. Educ. Queenstown ; Vic 
toria Coll., Stellenbosch ; Livingstone Coll., 
London ; e. m. 1898. Spent two and a half 
years on the Aliwal North Mission Station, 
Cape Colony. Recreations : Cricket and car 
pentry. Address : 49 Beaconsfield Road, St. 
George, Bristol. P. 

KILGO, John Carlisle, A.M., D.D., LL.D., Bishop ; 

b. July 22, 1861, at Laurens, S. Carolina ; s. of 
James T. and Catherine Kilgo ; m. Fannie N. 
Turner, of Goffney, S.C. ; five . Educ. 
Private schools; Wofford Coll., S.C. ; e. m. 
1882. In pastorate for six years ; Prof, 
of Wofford Coll., for five and a half years; 
Pres. of Tiinity Coll., N.C., for 16 years ; Del. 
to five Gen. Conferences of M.E. Ch., South ; 
Del. to Oecumenical Conference, 1901 ; 
Fraternal Messenger to M.E. Ch., 1904; 
elected Bishop, May 1910.- M.E. Ch. S. 

KILLIP, Rev. Robert Hasell ; b. Feb. 21, 1862, 

at Bristol ; s. of Rev. Robert Killip (Presby. 
Minister); m. Emily Matilda Foster, of 
Cradley Heath ; one s. two d. Educ. Lang- 
port Grammar School, and Castle House 
School, Taunton; Richmond and Dids 
bury Colls. ; e. m. 1884. Specially interested 
in Foreign Missions, Education, and Choirs. 
Dist. Chapel Sec. in Cornwall, Temperance 
Sec. in Oxford, Education Sec. in Leeds, and 
Guild Sec. in Newcastle Dists. Publications : 
Various articles in newspapers and magazines. 
Recreations : Music, cycling, and chess. Ad 
dress : Mount Pleasant, Bishop Auckland. W. 

KILNER, George William ; b. Aug. 1851, at 
Castleford ; s. of William Kiluer ; m. Mary A. 
Bailey, of Carlton ; two d. Educ. private 
schools. Director of Kilner Brothers, Ltd., 
Glass Bottle Manufacturers. Trustee ; been 
Circuit, Chapel, and Society Steward ; Member 
of several Connexional Corns. ; Lay Rep. to 
Conference seven times. Recreation : Garden- 
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ing. Address: Ravenscroft, Moss Hall 
Grove, N. Finchley. W. 

KING, Rev. George Walter ; b. Oct. 6, 1856, at 

Waldridge, Co. Durham; one s. Stud. 
Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Address : 
18 Raleigh St., Scarborough. P. 

KING, Rev. George Washington ; b. Sept. 18, 

1859, at Govanstown, Md . ; s. of Wm. T. 
and Sarah A. King ; m. Mary H. Seiden- 
stricker, of Baltimore, Md. Educ. Baltimore 
public schools ; Stewart Hall Acad. (Balti 
more) ; Drew Theol. Seminary ; e. m. 1884. 
Pastor of People s Temple, Boston, Mass. 
Publications : Future Retribution ; The 
Moral Universe; Brother Ben; &c. Ad 
dress: Boston, Mass. M.E. Ch. 

KING, Thomas Alfred ; b. March 15, 1858 ; m. 
Aug. 20, 1877, Mary Jane, d. of John Harper, 
of Ridby Court, Much Dewchurch, Hereford. 
Sculptor. Local Preacher since 1880 ; Rep. 
to Dist. Synod eight times, to annual Confer 
ence three times, and has been S.S. Supt. for 
seven years, Organist four years, Leader of a 
Bible-class for Men about 13 years, Circuit 
Steward eight years ; Pres. of Hereford 
F.C.C. 1902-3, of Hereford S.S. Union 1903-4, 
and of C.E. Union for Herefordshire ; Chair 
man of Hereford Richmond Building Society ; 
Manager of All Saints Elementary Schools; 
Proprietor of The Hereford Motor Co., City 
Garage. Address: Eign St., Hereford. P. 

KINNINGS, Rev. Arthur Thomas ; b. March 17, 
1859, at Edgbaston, Birmingham ; s. of Luke 
and Ann Kinnings ; m. Louie, d. of late 
Councillor B. Wells, of Hornsea, Hull ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Private school, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1882. 
Member of Connexional Corns ; London Com 
mission ; Dist. Temperance Sec. Recrea 
tions : Cricket, cycling, and chess. Address: 
Holmwood, 95 Knatchbull Road, Camber- 
well, S.E. W. 

KINNINGS, Rev. John; b. April 2, 1847, at 
Rowley Regis, Staffs ; 5. of Luke Kinnings, of 
Birmingham ; m. 1875, 1st, Alice, 3rd d. of 
John Henry Jones, of St. Paul s Churchyard 
and Streatham (two s. five d.) ; 2nd, 1899, 
Sarah, e. d. of Henry Rigden, of Lyminge, 
Kent, and widow of Rev. Samuel Gregory. 
Educ. King Edward s Schools, Birmingham ; 
privately ; Richmond and Headingley Colls. ; 
e. m. 1870. Gen. Sec. of Ministers Children s 
Fund since 1897 ; Chairman of Devonport and 
Plymouth Dist. 1910 and 1911. Address: 24 
Carlisle Terrace, Plymouth. W. 

KIRKLAND, Rev. William John ; b. NOV. 12, 
1845, at New Mills, Derbyshire; s. of Rev. 
A. Kirkland ; m. Harriett Moses, of Hasling- 
ton, Cheshire ; two s. five d. Educ. Rivington 
Grammar School and others ; e. m. 1873, at 
Tunstall, Staffs. Address: 22 Beech Lane, 
Macdesfield, Cheshire. P. 



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KIRKMAN, Rev. William ; b. May 31, 1841, at 
Welton-le-Marsh ; s. of Joseph Kirkman ; 
m. Rebecca Graham, of Aswardby, Lines ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1865. 
Publication : Life of Thomas Crouch Hincks- 
man, of Lytham. Recreation : Gardening. 
Address : 8 Windsor Terrace, Swansea. W. 

KIRKUP, Rev. Thomas ; b. July 1, 1866, at 
Urpeth, Co. Durham ; s. of Mr. Philip Kirkup ; 
m. Lydia C., d. of Mr. George Corderoy, of 
London ; two s. one d. Educ. Singleton 
House School, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Financial Sec. of Liverpool 
and Bristol Dists. for eight years ; Assist. 
Sec. of Home Mission Com. Recreation : 
Cycling. Address: 21 Hillcroft Crescent, 
Baling, W. W. 

KIRKWOOO, Rev. James ; b. Jan. 31, 1854, at 
Blackcastle, Navan, Co. Meath ; s. of John and 
Jane Kirkwood ; m. Frances, 2nd d. of James 
and Mary Hill, Willowmount, Terenure, Co. 
Dublin; four d. Educ. Methodist Coll., Bel 
fast ; e. m. 1873. Gen. Missionary in Ireland 
for 11 years; Gen. Sec. of Irish Chapels Fund 
for 12 years, and now Treas. of Chapel Fund. 
Address: Tullarnore, Ireland. W. 

KIRTLAN, Rev. Ernest John Brigham, B.A. 

(Lond.), B.D. (St. And.) ; b. March 14, 1868, 
at Helston, Cornwall ; s. of Rev. John Kirtlan ; 
m. Saidee Wood, of Dublin ; two c. Educ. 
Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove Schools ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Member of 
Fabian Society and of Society for Study of 
Inebriety ; Lecturer on Social Subjects. 
Publications : Socialism for Christians ; Social 
ism and the Moral Law ; article on Prophet 
Daniel in Social Teaching of the Bible ; 
Chinese Socialism. Recreations : Golf and 
sailing. Address : 25 Sackville Gardens, Hove, 
Brighton. W. 

KNAPMAN, John William, F.I..A. ; b. April 6, 

1848, at Kentish Town, London ; s. of John 
and Tamar Knapman ; m. 1875, Louisa 
Ferry, of Hackney Road (d. 1903) ; one s. 
two d. Educ. British school, Kentish Town, 
and Wes. School, Hackney Road. librarian 
of Pharmaceutical Soc. Chapel and Circuit 
Steward ; has filled various church offices. 
Recreation : Music and reading. Address : i 
Heathland Road, Stoke Newington, N. W. 

KNAPP, Rev. David; b. April 16 f 1857, at 
Frisby, nr. Melton Mowbray ; s. of John 
Knapp, of Knaptoft Hall, Leicestershire ; m. 
188G, 1st, Bertha, y. d. of John Wood, of 
Ickles Hall, Rotherham (d. Dec. 21, 1887) ; 
2nd, 1894, Edith, y. d. of John Elliott, of 
S. Shields; one d. Educ. Private Boarding 
School; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1881. 
Chairman of Whitby and Darlington Dist 
Address: 65 Hutton Avenue, West Hartle- 
pool. W. 



KNAPP, Rev. Sheldon; b. Jan. 9, 1866, at 
Houghton-on-the-Hill, Leicester; s. of John 
Knapp, of Knaptoft Hall, Leicester ; m. 
Florence, d. of Rev. W. S. Bestall ; five s. 
three d. Educ. Crescent Acad., York; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Missionary in Ceylon, 
1887-1902. Recreations : Walking and cycling. 
Address: Scunthorpe, Lines. W. 

KNIGHT, Daniel, J.P.; b. 1848, at Guernsey. 
Merchant. Sec. and Supt. for 35 years of 
Commemoration Wesley an S.S., Grahams- 
town, S. Africa. Rep. to British Conference, 
1907 ; twice Mayor of City of Grahamstown, 
and now Deputy Mayor. Address: Gra 
hamstown, South Africa. S. A. 

KNIGHT, Edward; b. Jan. 15, 1864, at St. 
Mawgan, St. Columb, Cornwall ; 5. of Edward 
Knight ; m. Frances Mary, d. of Philip Hoskin, 
Farmer, of Plympton-St.-Maurice, S. Devon. 
Educ. St. Mawgan parochial school. Market 
Gardener. Station and Society Steward; 
Local Preacher for 28 years and S.S. Supt. 24 ; 
Treas. of Devon and Cornwall Dist. Furnishing 
Fund. Vice-Chairman Devon and Cornwall 
Dist. Synod, 1911. Member of old School 
Board and Education Com. at Dawlish since 
1898 ; first Labour Member returned for 
U.D.C. of Dawlish. Address : Mamhead Park 
Gardens, Kenton, Exeter. P. 

KNIGHT, George ; b. Sept. 23, 1874, at Dela- 

bole; s. of William Knight, of Delabole, 
Cornwall ; m. Gertrude, 2nd d. of Aid. Bovey, 
of Torquay ; two d. Educ. Camelford. 
Draper. Circuit Steward, Class-leader, Local 
Preacher ; Rep. to Conference, 1907-9. 
Recreation : Golf and bowls. Address : 
Briarfield, Landseer Road, Bournemouth. W. 

KNIGHT, Rev. Matthew Richey, B.A. (Mt. 

Allison) ; b. April 21, 1854, at Halifax, N.S. ; 
s. of Thomas F. Knight ; g. s. of Rev. Richard 
Knight, D.D., and Rev. Mathew Richey, D.D. ; 
m. 1st, 1879, Louisa W. Beer, of Charlotte- 
town, Prince Edward Island (four c.) ; 2nd, 
1888, Alicia R. Weeks, of Alberton, Prince 
Edward Island (one c.). Educ. Halifax 
public schools ; Mt. Allison Univ., Sackville, 
New Brunswick ; first Editor of college paper, 
The Argosy ; graduated 1875 ; taught in 
Charlottetown Wes. Acad., 1875-6; e. m. 
1877. Sec. of New Brunswick and Prince 
Edward Island Conference 1906-10, Pres. 
1911 ; Del. to Gen. Conference at Victoria, 
British Columbia, 1910 ; Member of New 
Hymn-book Committee, 1910. Publications: 
Poems of Ten Years, 1887 ; Contributed to 
Harper s Magazine, Independent New Eng 
land Magazine, Week, Zion s Herald, &c. ; 
published and edited Canada, monthly literary 
paper, 1891-3 ; delivered annual lecture at 
Mt. Allison Univ. 1894, subject Kosmo- 
sabbaton. Recreations : Gardening and 
printing. Address : Bayfield, New Bruns 
wick, Canada. C. 

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KNIGHT, Rev. Samuel ; b. NOV. 23, 1834, at 

Liverpool ; s. of James and Jane Knight, of 
Liverpool ; m. 1868, S. J., d. of Rev. Leonard 
Posnett ; one s. Educ. Liverpool Mechanics 
Inst. ; e. m. 1856. Pres. of S. Australian 
Conference, 1877. Travelled for 50 years, 
retired to help additional minister s employ 
ment in Melbourne suburbs by gifts and work, 
also contributing furnished parsonage to 
Connexion. Recreation : Floriculture. Ad 
dress : 51 Canning St., N. Melbourne, Vic 
tor ia, Australia. A. 

KNIGHT, Rev. William D. ; b. Dec. 22, 1865, at 

Winterslow; s. of William Knight, of Hill 
Farm, Winterslow; m. Sophia Hawkes, d. of 
William Symons, of Bilbrook, 1897 ; one s. 
e. m. of M.E.C. 1896, ordained in Metro 
politan Church, Washington, B.C. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Tiverton. W. 

KNIGHT, William Edward, J.P. ; b. Dec. 1844, 
at Newark ; s. of Jas. Knight ; m. Hannah 
Wilson, d. of Thomas Pamham, J.P., of 
Newark; four c. Educ. Privately. Agri 
cultural Merchant. J.P. and Alderman for 
Borough of Newark ; for 25 years Member of 
Corporation ; Mayor of Newark, 1889-90. 
Circuit Steward, Local Preacher, and Class- 
leader. Address: Ivy dene, Newark. W. 

KNILL, John Inch ; b. May 15, 18 70, at Barn- 
staple; s. of Samuel Inch and Georgina 
Knill; m. Fanny Kennard, only d. of Charles 



LAMB 

Harris, of Tavistock ; one d. Educ. The 
Grammar School, Barnstaple. Bank Manager. 
Circuit Steward, S.S. Teacher, &c. ; has for 
many years trained the Launceston Wes. 
S.S. for their musical festivals. Recreations : 
Golf, tennis, and swimming. Address: Bank 
House, Launceston, Cornwall. W. 

KNOWLES, Charles Henry Gough ; b. Dec. 27, 

1859, at Cirencester ; s. of Rev. John Knowles ; 
m. Louisa, y. d. of William Shepheard ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Kingswood School, Bath ; 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield. Solicitor. Circuit 
Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1909 ; Local 
Preacher. Publication : Rhymes on the Rules 
of Harmony. Recreations : Shooting, riding, 
and organ-playing. Address : Oakdene! 
Luton, Beds. W. 

KNOWLSON, Rev. Mark ; b. March 14, 1854, at 
Stillington, nr. York; s. of Mark and Ann 
Knowlson ; m. Hannah, 2nd d. of William 
Palliser, of Sutton-on-the- Forest ; one d. Educ. 
Wes. and National schools ; Sunderland Coll. ; 
e. m. 1876. Publications : From Prison to 
Pulpit ; Charge to the Church ; Ordination 
Charge. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 8 
Fairfax St., Coventry. P. 

KYNASTON, Rev. Albert Henry ; b. 1867, at 

Minster ley, Salop ; s. of Joseph Kynaston ; m. 
Annie Dorricott, of Minsterley ; three s. one d. 
e. m. 1894. Address: Kingsley Avenue, 
Kettering. P. 



LABRUM, Rev. William Arthur ; b. June 13, 

1855, at Hockliffe, Beds ; s. of Ezra Labrum, 
of Dunstable ; m. Clara, y. d. of James fester, 
of Dunstable; two s. three d. Educ. Wes. 
day school, Dunstable ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1877. Financial Sec. in Carlisle, Cornwall, 
Bolton, and Nottingham and Derby Dists. 
Contributor to Magazines. Address: 88 
Cromwell Avenue, Highgate, N. W. 
LACEY, William ; b. April 24, I860, at Tuxford, 
Notts ; s. of George Lacey ; m. Susan Kidd. 
of Ulceby, Lines. Draper and Stationer. Ex- 
circuit Steward. An enthusiastic Temperance 
worker. Recreations : Gardening and social 
work. Address: The Priory, Louth. W. 

LADE, Rev. Frank, M.A. ; b. 1868, at Kiimore, 

Viet., Australia; s. of Stephen Lade; m. 
I,illian MiJlard, of Toorak, Viet. ; two s. four d. 
Educ. State school ; Queen s Coll. Scholar ; 
Prizeman in Theology and Greek Testament, 
Exhibitioner Prizeman and First-class 
Honour man in Logic and Philosophy, Univ. 
of Melbourne ; e. m. 1892. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address: Kent Town, Adelaide, 
South Australia. A. 

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LAMAR, Rev. Andrew J., LL.B., D.D. ; b. 

May 29, 1847, in Georgia, U.S.A.; s. of 
Andrew J. Lamar and Mary A. Jackson ; m. 
Mary U. Urquhart, of Selma, Alabama, 
U.S.A. ; one d. Educ. Univ. of Georgia. 
Minister of M.E. Church South ; Publishing 
Agent of M.E. Church South. Recreation: 
Fishing. Address: Broadway and 9th 
Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. S. 

LAMB, Benjamin ; b. Feb. 16, 1842, at Fowey, 

Cornwall ; s. of Henry Lamb ; m. Eliza 
Lowry, of Clapham ; four s. seven d. Educ. 
Queen s Coll., Taunton. Retired Insurance 
Manager ; Class-leader ; for seven years Circuit 
Steward ; several times Rep. to Conference ; 
served on Metrop. Chapel Building Fund, 
London Mission, and many other important 
Corns. ; originator and promoter of the Barry 
Road Church. Recreation : Ardent cyclist, 
Address : Elim Lodge, Cromer. W. 

LAMB, Ernest Henry, C.M.G., M.P., J.P., c.c. ; 

b. Sept. 4, 1876, at Hornsea, York s ; e. s. of 
BenjaminLamb,of Elim Lodge, Cromer. Educ. 
Dulwich; Wyciiffe Coll., Stonehouse, Glos. 



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Carrier ; Deputy-Chairman and Managing Di 
rector of Foster sPar eels & Goods Express, I^td.; 
M.P.(L-) for Rochester, 1906-9, Dec. 1910 ; J.P. 
for Surrey ; was included in the King s Birth 
day Honours List, 1907, when he was created a 
Com. of St. Michael and St. George, in 
recognition of his work in connexion with the 
reception of Colonial Premiers on the occasion 
of their visit to this country for the Colonial 
Conference ; a Member of City of London 
Corporation since 1903 ; Chairman of City of 
London Schools Com., 1907 ; a Vice-Pres. of 
the Home Counties liberal Federation and 
the Land Law Reform Association ; Member 
of the Com. of the National liberal Club and 
of Society of Yorkshiremen in London. A 
Member of Conference, as Connexional Tem 
perance Treas. ; Member of 3rd London 
Dist. Synod; has held most offices open to 
laymen. Contributor to Newspapers and 
Magazines. Recreations : Golf and horse-riding. 
Addresses : 82 Fore St., London, E.C. ; Pem- 
bury, Copers Cope Road, Beckenham, Kent. 
T.A. lamblike, London. T. 368 Wall. Clubs : 
National Liberal; New Reform; Eighty; 
Guildhall. W. 

LAMB, Rev. Frederick ; b. Feb. 10, 1871, at 

Banbury ; s. of Frederick Lamb ; nt. Annie, 

d. of Rev. J. Holland Brown ; two s. Educ. 
Grimsbury Wes. school ; Richmond Coll. ; 

e. nt. 1893. Chairman of Hyderabad Dist., 
India. Address: Secunderabad, India. W. 

LAMB, James ; b. Aug. 14, 1847, at Kirkby 
Stephen ; s. of Joseph and Ann Lamb ; m. 
S. J. Sanders, of Sheffield; one s. Draper. 
Class-leader; Ex-S.S. Supt. and Local 
Preacher; Ex-Soc. and Ex-Circuit Steward. 
Address: 7 Steade Road, Sheffield. W. 

LAMBERT, Richard ; b. 1859, at Colne, Lanes ; 
s. of James Lambert. Educ. Colne Wes. and 
old Grammar School. Circuit Steward, 
Trustee, and Chapel Treas. Address: The 
Sycamores, Orrell Park, Aintree. W. 

LAMPARD, Rev. Geo. ; b. June n, 1858, at 

East Knoyle, Wilts ; m. Ella E. I. Harding, of 
Lakenheath, Suffolk ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Privately ; e. m. 1888. Recreation : Cycling. 
Address: The Manse, Memorial Road, Walk- 
den, Manchester. W. 

LAMPLUGH, Herbert Rogers; b. March 24, 

1874, at Peterborough ; s. of Thomas Crosby 
Lamplugh, J.P., C.C., Mayor of Peterborough, 
1906 and 1912 ; m. Ada Middlewood, of 
Kilham, Yorks ; one s. three d. Member of 
the Firm of Lamplugh & Sons, Hardware 
Merchants and General Factors, of Peter 
borough and Belper. Circuit Steward and 
Circuit Missionary Sec. ; has held office as 
Soc., Poor, and Chapel Stewards: Rep. to 
Conference, 1905. Recreation : Country life. 
Address: Park Mount, Eastfield, Peter 
borough. W. 



LAMPLUGH, Tom Crosby ; b. March 7, 1876, at 
Peterborough ; s. of Thomas Crosby and Mary 
J. Lamplugh ; m. Ethel Fanny, d. of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. H. Kent, of Peterborough; three s. 
Wholesale Hardware Merchant of Peter 
borough and Belper; S.S. Teacher; Soc. 
Steward; Sec. of Leaders Meeting; Circuit 
Chapel Sec. ; Treas. of Juvenile Miss. Assoc. ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1909. Address: Beech- 
holme, Eastfield, Peterborough. W. 

LANE, Rev. John Edwin, B.A. ; b. Oct. 6, 1874, 

at Anderson, Ont. ; s. of John Henry Lane ; 
m. Jessie Lamb., of Newdale, Man. ; one s. 
Educ. Manitoba Univ., Winnipeg; Wesley 
Coll.; e. m. 1900. Address: Roland, 
Manitoba, Canada. C. 

LANE, Rev. Samuel Brown ; b. Dec. 2, 1857, at 

Marhamchurch, Cornwall ; s. of John Lane ; 
m. Sarah Carpenter, of Milverton, Somerset ; 
two d. Educ. National school, Bude; Sheb- 
bear Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1877. Sec. of 
B.C. Conference 1899-1905, Pres. 1905; 
Member of Executive of National F.C.C. 
Recreations : Walking, occasionally golf and 
tennis. Address : The Manse, Cissbury Road, 
Hove, Brighton. U. 

LANGHAM, Rev. James P. ; b. June 9, 1850, at 
Lynn ; s. of Rev. James Langham ; m. Bessie, 
d. of Samuel Lawrence, of Luton ; four s. two 
d. Educ. Privately; e. m. 1869. Sec. of 
Conference, 1897 ; Treas. of I.P. Friendly 
Soc. Contributor of Review and Magazine 
Articles. Address : The Manse, Forster 
St., Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. P. 

LANGILLE, Rev. William Henry ; b. March 10, 

1854, at River John, N.S. ; s. of Oliver and 
Mary Jane Langille ; m. Feb. 14, 1883, Mary 
Nelson Johnson, of Onslow, N.S. ; one s. 
Educ. Univ. of Mt. Allison Coll., Sackville, 
N.B. ; e. m. 1878. Sec. of Conference 1897- 
1902, Pres. 1903 ; Member of the Gen. 
Conference in 1898 and 1902 ; Sec. and Treas, 
of Children s Fund, 1889-1896 ; Chairman of 
Dist., &c. Recreations: Art, painting in 
oils, collecting coins and postage-stamps. 
Address: Glace Bay, C.B., Nova Scotia, 
Canada. C. 

LANGSTAFF, Rev. John Raine ; b. NOV. 3, 1867, 

at Lunedale, Middleton-in-Teesdale ; s. of 
John Langstaff ; m. 1st, Mary Frances, 4th 
d. of Reuben Metcalfe, of Streatlam Grange, 
Barnard Castle ; 2nd, Sarah Ethel, only d. of 
Wm. Doncaster, of Bingham, Notts ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Private school ; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Recreations : Cricket and 
tennis. Address: Wesley House, Hetton- 
le-Hole, Durham. W. 

LANSDOWN, Rev. Edwin Charles ; b. Sept. 21, 

1867, at Bristol ; s. of Thomas William Lans- 
down ; m. Esther Philippa, d. of William 
Edward Keeling, of Devizes. Educ. North 
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St. Wes. Higher Grade; Bristol Cathedral 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Publi 
cations : Lyrics in various periodicals ; Hymn 
in Meth. S.S. Hymnal, and Bristol Chant 
and Anthem Book ; Anniversary Hymns and 
Music. Recreations : Cricket, tennis, cycling, 
and music. Address: Wesley Manse, Derby 
Road, South Woodford, N.E. W. 

LARGE, Rev. Richard Whitfield, M.D.; b. 

Feb. 8, 1873, at Orangeville, Ont., Canada; 
s. of Rev. Richard and Martha Large ; m. 
Belle M. Geddes, of Toronto, Canada ; two s. 
Educ. Ontario Public schools ; Weston High 
School; Toronto Univ. ; Trin. Medical Coll., 
M.D. Degree, 1897; e. m, 1898. Engaged 
in Medical Missionary work among the B.C. 
Indians, and also among the Coast Settlers. 
Address: Port Simpson, British Columbia. C. 

LARK, Rev. Ernest Edward ; b. Oct. 3, 1870, at 

Penzance; s. of Rev. W. B.Lark; m. Margaret, 
*. d. of W. Siddorn, Staff Engineer, R.N., 
of Southsea. Stud. Shebbear Coll., N. 
Devon; e. m. 1892. Publications: Sermons in 
Christian World Pulpit, &c., and Magazine 
Articles. Recreations : Walking and tennis. 
Address : Castle Lodge, Truro. U. 

LARK, Rev. William Blake ; b. Dec. i, 1838, at 

Fowey, Cornwall ; s. of Edward Lark ; m. 
Lydia Chanter, of Exeter, Devon ; three s. 
three d. Educ. Private school; e. m. 1859. 
Ex-Pres. of Conference ; Sec. of B.C. Confer 
ence, 1880-1 ; Pres. 1882, 1898, 1907. Re 
creation: Walking. Address: Ha warden 
House, Bude, Cornwall. U. 

LATIMER, J. F. ; b. Jan. 29, 1872, at Stanley, 
Co. Durham ; s. of Rev. A. Latimer ; m. 
Annie, d. of Wm. Dresser ; one d. Educ. 
Elmfield Coll., York. Solicitor. Sec. of 
Darlington Temperance Soc. Recreation: 
Motoring. Address: Ashcroft Villas, Dar 
lington. P. 

LAUNDER, Stephen ; b. 1854, at Redruth ; s. of 
late William H. Launder, of Redruth and 
Swansea; tn. 1877, Mary Hearle, d. of late 
Capt. George Davey, of Redruth; one s. 
two d. Educ. Wes. day school. Woollen 
Merchant. Circuit Steward; Circuit Chapel 
Sec. ; Member of Dist. S.S. Com. ; Vice- 
Pres. of Wesley Guild; Rep. to the Bristol 
Conference; has filled many other church 
offices. Addresses : Southleigh, Clinton Road, 
Redruth ; 12 Fore St., Redruth. W. 

LAWI8, Rev. John Francis; ft. Sept. 17, 1854, 

in London ; m. 1879, Agnes, d. of William 
Simpson, of Kirby Grindalythe ; two s. two d. ; 
e. m. 1874 . Member of Gosforth School 
Board 1886-8, and of Redruth Board of 
Guardians, 1901-2 ; Sub-Sec, of the Annual 
Assembly seven years between 1893 and 1.907. 
Prepared the Minutes of the Last Annual 
Assembly (1907) for publication; Member of 
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Chapel and Superannuation Com. 1897, 1898, 
1901, and of the Missionary Com. 1899, 1900 ; 
Chairman of Sheffield Dist. 1904-6; Con- 
nexionalS.S. Sec., Exam, and General, 1901-8 ; 
Pres. of Barnsley F.C.C. 1905, and of Halifax, 
1907; Member of the Uniting Conference, 
1907. Publication: The Life of our Lord, 
chronologically arranged in the words of the 
New Testament. Recreations : Carpentry and 
bookbinding. Address: 9 Grange Terrace, 
Heworth, York. U. 

LAWN, Rev. Robert Gibson, B.A. (Lond.) ; b. 

April 3, 1880, at Melbourne, Derbyshire ; s. of 
Rev. Benjamin Lawn, Wes. Minister. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1904. Address : 33 Avondale Terrace, Devon- 
port. W. 

LAWRENCE, Thomas; b. July 2, 1843, at 
Leicester ; s. of Thomas and Alice Lawrence ; 
m. Eliza Matilda Laxton, of Leicester ; three 

d. Educ. Great Meeting School, Leicester. 
Manufacturer ; Local Preacher since 1861 ; 
Circuit Steward for 20 years ; Del. to 29 Con 
ferences and to Oecumenical Conferences, 
1881, 1891, 1901 ; Vice-Pres. of Conference, 
1885 ; Treas. of Foreign Missions since 1878. 
Address: Knighton Drive, 2 Highcross St., 
Leicester. P. 

LAWRY, Rev. Samuel; 6. Aug. 22, 1854, at 

St. Mabyn, Cornwall, Eng. ; s. of Walter 
Lawry ; m. Jessie, d. of D. M. Hardie ; three s. 
two d. Educ. Privately, and at Wesley Coll., 
Three Kings, N.Z. ; e. m. 1877. Sec. of New 
Zealand Meth. Conference 1902-3, Pres. 1904, 
Sec. 1908-11 ; Assist. Sec. of Gen. Conference 
of Meth. Church of Australasia, 1907, 1910 ; 
Connexional Sec. of New Zealand Church, 
1911 ; Leader of movement for Independent 
Conference for New Zealand, granted by Gen. 
Conference of 1910. Recreations: Cycling 
and tennis. Address: 250 Armagh Street, 
Christchurch, New Zealand. A. 

LAWS, Rev. Charles Henry, B.A. ; b. Jan. 21, 

1867, at Newcastle-on-Tyne ; s. of Thomas 
Laws, formerly of Ponteland, Northumberland, 
now of Napier, N.Z. ; m. Charlotte Emily, 

e. d. of R. W. England, Esq., of Christchurch, 
N.Z. ; two s. one d. Educ. Wesley Coll. and 
Univ. Coll., Auckland; e. m. 1887. Pres. of 
New Zealand Conference, 1910 ; Sec. of New 
Zealand Conference, 1904-8 ; Rep. to British 
Conference 1908. and to Australasian Gen. 
Conference 1904, 1907, 1910; Assist. Sec. 
of Austraasian Gen. Conference, 1904. Re 
creations: Walking, cycling, and photography. 
Address: 173 Fitzgerald Avenue, Christ- 
church, New Zealand. A. 

LAX, Rev. William Henry ; b. Jan. 5, 1868, at 

Manchester ; s. of Samuel H. Lax ; tn. 
Minnie, d of Rev. R. Browell, of London. 
Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; t. m. 1895. Address: 
26 Campbell Road, Bow, London, E. W. 



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LEACH, Chas. H., J.P., C.C. ; b. Nov. 8, 1861, 
at Rochdale ; s. of Alfred lyionel Leach ; m. 
Mary Page Heslop, of Darlington. Educ. 
Rochdale. Barrister-at-Law. Clerk to the 
Darlington Board of Guardians, Rural Dist. 
Council of Darlington ; also Croft Rural Dist. 
Council; Supt. Registrar of Births, Deaths 
and Marriages ; has been Mayor of Darling 
ton ; Past-Pres. of the National Poor Law 
Officers Assoc. Local Preacher, S.S. worker. 
Publications: Joint author of Contracts of 
Local Authorities ; Law of Vaccination ; 
Housing and Town Planning, &c., Act, and 
other works on Local Government. Re 
creation : Golf. Address: Rocheville, Dar 
lington. P. 

LEACH, Rev. Wm. Attfield ; b. May 21, 1847, at 
Bridport ; s. of Rev. Thomas Leach ; m. 1876, 
Mary Jean, d. of James Spence, Manufacturer, 
Kettering. Educ. New Kingswood School ; 
e. m. 1872. Address: 1 Moscow Road, 
Hastings. W. 

LEADBETTER, Rev. William G. ; b. 1871, at 
Bromsgrove; s. of William Job Leadbetter ; 
m. Emily, d. of H. Crawford; one s. one d. 
Educ. Bromsgrove; Hartley Coll., Man 
chester e. m. 1894. Publications : At the 
Sign of the Shoe ; Master Desbrowe of Stone- 
cliffe ; The Romance of a Russet Robe ; 
Spring Blossoms ; Story of the Welsh Revival ; 
Fables and Short Stories and Poems (in Maga 
zines). Address: 20 Ampthill Road, Bed 
ford. P. 

LEARMONTH, Rev. John ; b. May 11, 1864, at 
Sunderland ; s. of John and Elizabeth Lear 
month ; m. Edith Jane Blake, of Yarmouth ; 
one d. Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1889. Joint 
Sec. of London Primitive Meth. Council. 
Publications : Sermons and Articles in P.M. 
Magazines. Recreation : The Variety of 
Circuit Work. Address: 4 Oakington Road, 
Elgin Avenue, London, W. P. 

LEE, Herbert J b. June 18, 1864, at Canterbury; 
s. of Frederick Lee ; tn. Rosa Ames ; two s. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Canterbury. Fur 
nisher, Auctioneer, and Surveyor ; Head of 
the Firm of Lee & Son, Furnishers, Auc 
tioneers, Surveyors. Trustee ; Leader of the 
Ashford P.S.A. for 16 years ; Local Preacher 
from 16 years of age ; Circuit Steward for nine 
years; Del. to Conference twice. Address: 
22 High St., Ashford, Kent. W. 

LEE, Richard ; b. Dec. 4, 1844, at Westhough 
ton. Preached first sermon on Jan. 3, 1864 
Connexional Evangelist, 1879-84 ; for several 
years Connexional Treas. ; Pres. of Conn ex 
ion, 1897 and 1898 ; twice Pres. of Wigan and 
Dist. F.C.C. Address: Beecher House ; 
Trafalgar Road, Wigan. /. 

LEEDAL, Rev. John Joseph ; b April 29, 1872 

at Darlington ; s. of John and Anne Leedal 
m, Isabel Robertson, of Peterhead; one d 



Educ. West Parade School, Wakefield ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Clerical Sec. 
of Relief and Extension Fund for Meth. 
in Scotland. Recreations : Cycling and golf. 
Address : 18 Ferryhill Place, Aberdeen. W. 

LEESON, Arthur John, F.A.I. ; b. Feb. 5, isei, 
at Coventry ; s. of Joseph Henry Leeson ; m. 
Henrietta Edgerton, of Aston, Warwickshire ; 
one s. two d. Educ. High School, Birchfields. 
Auctioneer and Surveyor. Circuit and Soc. 
Steward ; has held most offices open to 
Laymen ; Rep. to Conferences of Burslem 
and York. Recreations : Photography, golf, 
and cycling. Addresses: Leaholme, Barnt 
Green, Worcestershire; Colmore Row, Bir 
mingham. T. A. 32 Barnt Green and 2876 
Central, Birmingham. W. 

LEETE, Rev. Frederick De Laud, D.D. ; 6. Oct. l, 

1866, at Avon Springs, N.Y., U.S.A.; 5. of 
Rev. Menzo Smith Leete and Hannah A. De 
Laud Leete ; m. Jeanette Gertrude Fuller, of 
Syracuse, N.Y. ; one s. two d. Educ. Syra 
cuse, N.Y. ; Syracuse Univ., Classical Course, 
Ph. B.K., graduated 1889; e. m. 1888. Member 
of Ph.B. Kappa and Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Coll. fraternities; Member of Gen. Con 
ference, 1912 ; made D.D. June 1903 ; has 
travelled widely in Europe and America. 
Publications : Every-day Evangelism ; Chris 
tian Brotherhoods; Magazine Articles and 
Pamphlets on The Law of Perfection, The 
Conquest of Sorrow, &c. Addresses : Office 
15 Adams Avenue East., Detroit; Home 
519 Second Avenue, Detroit. M.E.Ch. 

LEGG, Alfred ; b. Jan. 26, 1861, at Cirencester, 
Glos ; s. of Alfred Legg ; m. Annie Moody, 
of Walthamstow; one s. one d. Educ. 
Epping. Printer, Manager of Darling & Son, 
Ld., Government Contractors. Circuit Stew 
ard, Sec. of L.P. Meeting, Pres. of Clapton 
Branch L.P. Mutual Aid Assoc., Trustee, 
S.S. Treas., &c. ; has been Poor and Soc. 
Steward and Sec. of Quarterly Meeting 
36 years in Clapton Circuit. Recreations : 
Preaching and public speaking. Address: 
41 Gunton Road, Clapton, N.E. W. 

LE GROS, Rev. Armand John Thomas ; b. April 
22, 1856, in Jersey ; m. Harriett Ellis, d. of 
T. Bigwood, Esq., of Portsmouth and Brussels ; 
three d. Educ. Victoria Coll., Jersey ; e. m. 
1878. For 12 years in charge of Missions to 
Roman Catholics on Continent. Publication : 
Can Man know God ? or Agnosticism versus 
Consensus gentium. Recreation : Photo 
graphy. Address: 32 Victoria Road, Gt. 
Yarmouth. W. 

LE HURAY, Rev. James ; 6. Sept. 3, 1837, at 
Guernsey; s. of James Le Huray and Ann 
Matthews ; m. Caroline Cecilia, d. of Nicholas 
De Jersey, of Guernsey ; three s. three d. Educ. 
Clifton School, Guernsey ; e. m. 1859. Corre 
sponding Sec.1881; Pres. ofM.N.C. Conference, 
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1890-1 ; Rep. of Conference at the Presidents 
Meeting, Wesley Centenary, City Road Chapel, 
1891 ; Del. from England to Oecumenical 
Methodist Conference, Washington, U.S.A., 
1891 ; Guardian Rep. 1901 ; Sec. of Mutual 
Guaranty Fund, 1902-6. Address : 18 Vale 
Drive, New Brighton, Cheshire. U. 

IE HURAY, James Ernest ; 6. Sept. 5, 1875, at 

Leeds ; s. of Rev. James Le Huray ; m. Ethel 
Mary, d. of William P. Burnley, J.P., of Man 
chester. Educ. Liverpool Coll. Metal Mer 
chant. Trustee of Publishing House; has 
been Offertory, Society, and Circuit Steward 
Rep. to Conference, 1908 and 1909. Address 
2 Carl ton Terrace, Higher Broughton, Man 
Chester. U. 

LEIGH, Arthur Lea ; b. Dec. 3, 1836, at Brig 
stock, Northants; m. Margaret, d. of Rev 
Henry Hine ; three c, Educ. Wellingborough 
Grammar School. Managing Director o 
Gas & Coke Co., Witney ; Governor of Witney 
Secondary School ; Class-leader and formerly 
S.S. Supt. ; Manager of day school ; has filled 
several church offices ; twice Rep. to Confer 
ence. Address: 46 High St., Witney, Oxon 
W. 

LEIGH, Samuel, B.A., J.P. ; b. April 4, 1852, ai 
St. Ives, Hunts ; s. of John Leigh, M.R.C.S. 
L.S.A., of St. Ives, Hunts ; m. E. A., d. of Rev 
John Preston, China Missionary ; one s. one d 
Educ. Royal Medical Coll., Epsom. Head 
Master of East Anglian School, Bury St. 
Edmunds, since 1882. Local Preacher since 
1884 ; has been Circuit, Society, and Poor 
Steward; Rep. to Conference. Member of 
Local Education Authority, and of the Joint 
(County and Borough) Higher Education 
Com. ; Ex-Pres. of F.C.C. Address : East 
Anglian School, Bury St. Edmunds. W, 

LEITCH, Rev. Robert Henry, Ph.B. ; b. Dec. 19, 

1852, at Fitzroy Square, London, Eng. ; s. of 
Thomas and Marian E. Leitch ; m. Armanella, 
d. of Rev. Wm. Andrews and sister of Dr. 
W. W. Andrews, of Regina Meth. Coll.; 
three s. Educ. Milton, Halton Co., Cobourg 
Collegiate and Victoria Coll., taking non-resi 
dent course in Philosophy at Wes.Theol. Coll., 
Bloomington, 111., U.S.A. ; e. m. Toronto 
Conference, 1880. Travelled on Continent 
with Dr. Withrow ; visited the Main Central 
Conference a few times; Finance Sec. for 
15 years; has been Chairman of Dist. Ad 
dress : Strathcona, Alberta, Canada. C. 

LEITH, Thomas Duncan, s.s.c.; b. NOV. 4, 

1874, at Dundee; s. of Thomas Leith, Mer 
chant, Dundee; m. April, 1904, Annie Cargill 
Macfarlane, of Garfield, Loanhead. Educ. 
High School and Harris Acad., Dundee, and 
Univ. of Edinburgh. Solicitor in the Su 
preme Courts of Scotland. Successively 
Poor, Soc., and Circuit Steward; Rep. 
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to Conference, 1911 ; Member of Dist. 
Home Mission and Chapel Corns., and of 
Foreign Mission Centenary Com. ; Hon. 
Choirmaster at Nicolson Square Wes. 
Church, Edin. Recreations: Cycling, photo 
graphy and music. Address: 17 Corrennie 
Drive, Edinburgh. W. 

LENCH, Rev. Charles; >>. May 18, 1859, at 
Pensnett, nr. Dudley, Staffs, Eng. ; s. of 
Alfred W. and Mary Lench ; m. Emma R., 
d. of Rev. Thomas Harris, of Montreal, twice 
Pres. of Newfoundland Conference ; six c. 
Educ. Wes. Meth. School, Kidsgrove, Staffs, 
Eng. ; e. m. 1883. Sec. of Conference, 1910, 
1911 ; was six years Local Preacher on 
the Tunstall Circuit, Staffs. Has written 
Articles in Church Papers and Local Papers 
and Magazines. Recreations: Lecturing, 
singing, &c. Address: Western Bay, New 
foundland. C. 

LENNARD, Rev. Arthur James ; b. Dec. 26, 
1858, at Ackworth, Yorks ; s. of George 
Henry and Annie Lennard, late of Middlesbro ; 
m. Louisa, d. of William Dugmore, Bowden, 
Cape Colony. Educ. Sandhutton ; e. m. 
1885. Elected Chairman of Clarkebury 
Dist., S. African Conference, 1905 ; appointed 
Governor of Clarkebury Training Institution, 
1899. Publications: Magazine Articles. Ad 
dress: Clarkebury, South Africa. S.A. 

LENNARD, William George ; b. Aug. 25, 1851, 

at Middlesbro ; s. of Edward Williams and 
Mary Lennard; m. Elizabeth Sanderson, of 
Staithes, 1876; one s. two d. Educ. British 
day school, Redcar. Confectioner. S.S. Sec. 
at sixteen ; teacher over 30 years ; Poor, 
Soc., Chapel, and Circuit Steward; Member 
of Burial Board until its dissolution ; Director 
of Redcar Pier Co. ; first Dist. Sec. of Cleve 
land Dist. Lodge I.O.G.T. Recreation: 
Bowling. Address: 14 Henry St., Redcar. W. 

LENTON, Rev. William A., B.A., B.D. (Lond.) ; 
b. June 2, 1876, at Earls Barton, Northants; 
s. of Arthur Lenton, of Kettering ; m. M. E. 
Wood, B.A. (Lond.), of Nottingham. Educ. 
Wellingborough Grammar School; Aberyst- 
wyth Univ. Coll.; e. m. 1903. Address: 
Camborne. W. 

LE PAGE, Peter ; b. Dec. 21, 1831, at 2 Mount 
Durand, Guernsey ; s. of Peter Le Page ; m. 
J. Campbell, d. of James Shand, of Dundee, 
Scotland ; one d. Educ. Private tutor and 
public school. Watchmaker, Silversmith, 
Jeweller, &c. Has been twice Poor Steward 
and Soc. Steward ; also Circuit Steward for 
four years; S.S. Teacher, Librarian, Sec., 
and Supt. (40 years service) ; Rep. to Con 
ference three times. Recreation : Rifle- 
shooting ; has been selected to represent the 
Island at Wimbledon and Bisley for 15 suc 
cessive years ; he is a Queen s Sixty man and 
has his badge, won in 1884, besides several 
medals. Address: I Park St., Guernsey. W. 



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LESTER, Rev. GeOTge ; b. Aug. 9, 1843, at Iving- 
hoe, Bucks; s. of Jatties fester; m. Emily 
Kimmins, of Frindsbury, Kent ; two s. three d, 
Educ. Wes. day school ; private school ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1865. Sometime Gen. 
Supt. of Bahamas Mission ; Chairman of 
Cornwall and of Nottingham and Derby 
Dists. ; Member of Legal Hundred, 1906-11. 
Publications: Grimsby Methodism; Lord 
Tennyson and the Bible ; The Sacred Feast ; 
In Sunny Isles. Recreation : Walking. A d- 
dress : 66 St. Mary s Grove, Chiswick, W. 
W. 

LETCHER, Rev. Thomas ; b. Sept. 27, 1850, at 
St. Agnes, Cornwall ; s. of James S. Letcher, 
Builder and Contractor ; m. Edith Pearce, of 
Gerrans, Cornwall ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Trevarth Grammar School, and privately ; 
e. m. 1877. Sec. of Leeds and Bradford Dist. 
Meeting, 1901, 1902, and Chairman of same, 
1903 ; Trust Sec. of Manchester Dist. 1908-10 
and Chairman 1911. Address: 51 Arkwright 
St., Bolton. U. 

LETT, Rev. Francis G. ; b. June 29, 1856, at 

Sp. of Wilberforce, Co. Renfrew ; s. of Ralph 
Lett; m. Ann Jane Sherwood, of Brockville ; 
seven s. Educ. Pembroke Grammar School ; 
Victoria Coll., Cobourg; e. m. 1880. For 
eight years Chairman of Dist.; Pres. of 
Montreal Conference, one year ; Member of 
four Gen. Conferences and of Central Book 
Com. Recreations : Hunting, fishing, walk 
ing, light reading. Address: Smith s Falls, 
Ont., Canada. C. 

LEWIN, John, J.P. ; b. Jan. 6, 1861, at Cotgrave, 
Notts ; s. of James Lewin, Cotgrave, Notts ; 
m. Ada, 2nd d. of John Keywood, of Carlton, 
Notts; one s. four d. Educ. Cotgrave Na 
tional school; Radcliffe-on-Trent Private 
School. Builder and Contractor. J.P. and 
C.C. for the county of Notts ; Member of 
Carlton Urban Dist. Council for 15 years 
and Chairman four years. Local Preacher ; 
Circuit Steward; Member of Connexional 
Home Mission Com. and L.P. Mutual Aid 
General Com. Address : Farmleigh, Nether- 
field, Notts. U. 

LEWIS, David, J.P. ; b. Sept. 7, 1858, at Run- 
corn, Cheshire ; s. of James Lewis and Eliza 
beth Berry ; m. 1884, Elizabeth, d. of James 
Deakin, of Widnes ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Wes. day school, Runcorn. Director of Lewis 
and Calvert, Ltd. J.P. for Lancashire ; Member 
of Widnes Town Council, and Chairman of 
Health Com. ; for 11 years member of late 
School Board, and Chairman of Finance Com. ; 
Vice-Pres. of Widnes Liberal Club. Circuit 
Steward, Local Preacher, and Class-leader ; 
Pres. of Young Men s Bible-class; Sec. to 
Trustees. Address: Inglenook, Birchfield 
Road, Widnes, Lanes. P k 



LEWIS, Rev. Edward Samuel, A.B., A.M., D.D. ; 

b. Aug. 24, 1855, at Natick, Mass., U.S.A. ; s. 
of Rev. Joseph W. and Dora Kilburn Lewis ; 
m. 1879, Anna C., d. of Dr. Joseph C. and Mary 
E. Sparks ; three s. one d. Educ. Wes. Univ. 
and Boston Univ. ; e. m. 1881. Formerly 
Professor in Cincinnati Wes. Coll. ; Pres. of 
Little Rock Univ. , and of Chattanooga Univ. ; 
Pres. of Ohio S.S. Assoc. ; Speaker and 
Lecturer on Educational topics; Assist. 
Editor of Sunday School Publications, M.E. 
Church. Publications : The Intermediate 
Worker and his Work ; The Senior Worker 
and his Work ; Sunday School Lesson-writer 
and Contributor to various periodicals. 
Address: 150 Fifth Avenue, New York, 
N.Y., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

LEWIS, Rev. Frank Warburton, B.A. (Lond. and 

Cantab.) b. Jan. 11, 1871, at Broseley, Salop ; 
s. of George Warburton Lewis, of Broseley, 
Birmingham, and Bournemouth ; m. Julia 
Chivers, e. d. of John Hartshorn Middleton, 
of Olton, Warwickshire ; two d. Educ. King 
Edward s High School, Birmingham ; B.A. 
Lond. Univ. 1890 ; Mansfield Coll., Oxford ; 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge; e. m. 1893. Publi 
cations: The Unseen Life; Jesus, Son of 
God ; The Work of Christ ; Disarrangements 
in the Fourth Gospel. Recreations : Lawn 
tennis and walking. Address: Epworth, 
North Road, Aberystwyth. W. 

LEWIS, Frederick ; b. Oct. 18, I860, at Brecon, 
South Wales ; s. of John and Margaret Lewis ; 
m. Mary Anne Francis, of Mitre House, St. 
David s ; three s. six d. Educ. Dr. Coke 
Memorial Schools, Brecon, and Westminster 
Training Coll., 1881, 1882. Certificated Head 
Master of Council Schools, St. David s. 
Senior Circuit Steward, S.S. Supt., Class- 
leader, Local Preacher, &c. ; Temperance 
Advocate. Hon. Sec. of Free Reading-room, 
Horse Show, Flower Show, Street Lighting 
Fund, and Nursing Assoc. Recreations : 
Cricket and cycling. Address : 2 Honddu 
Villas, St. David s, South Wales. W. 

LEWIS, Rev. Henry; b. Dec. 12, 1841, at 
Runcorn ; s. of James Lewis ; m. Charlotte, 
y. d. of Rev. John Williams ; one s. four d. 
Educ. Halton Grammar School; Didsbury 
Coll.; e. m. 1865. Address: 168 Portland 
St., Southport. W. 

LEWIS, Rev. James; b. Sept. 10, 1864, at 

Cregrina, Radnorshire ; s. of Thomas and 
Amelia Lewis ; m. Margaret Mary, d. of John 
Richards, of Victoria, Mon. ; two s. Educ. 
Victoria School, Ebbw Vale Institute, and 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1889. Missionary 
among Tamils, S. India, 1889-95. Has con 
tributed articles to Methodist papers, maga 
zines and reviews. Address: 3 Lyndewode 
Road, Cambridge. W. 

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LEWIS, Rev. John Edmund ; b. March 12, 1859, 

at Broseley, Salop ; s. of George Warburton 
Lewis; m. Mary Baker, d. of Rev. John 
Priestley ; four s. Educ. Day school and 
Midland Inst., Birmingham ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1883. Recreations : Shooting, rowing, 
cricket, and walking. Address : Kingswood, 
Queen s Road, Springfield, Chelmsford. W. 

LEWIS, William John; b. Jan. IG, 1856, at 

Amlwch, Anglesey; s. of Capt. Wm. Lewis; 
m. Caroline Briggs, of Leeds ; one s. Educ. 
Amlwich Acad. and Liverpool Inst. Bank 
Accountant. Class-leader, Circuit Treas. of 
Worn-out Ministers Fund, and several other 
offices; ardent supporter of the S.S., and 
Young Men s literary Socs. ; Member of 
Second N. Wales Dist. Synod; has repre 
sented his Dist. at the Welsh Assembly ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1897 and 1909. Has 
travelled extensively abroad. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Bank House, 34 High St., 
Pwllheli. W. 

LIDGETT, Rev John Scott, M.A., D.D. ; b. 
1854, at Lewishatn ; 5. of John Jacob Lidgett, 
Blackheath, and Maria Elizabeth Scott; m. 
Emmeline Martha, 2nd d. of Andrew Davies, 
M.D., Newport, Mon. 1884; one s. one 
d. Educ. Blackheath Proprietary School ; 
Univ. Coll., London ; e. m. 1876. Elected 
to Legal Hundred, 1902 ; Pres. of Conference, 
1908-9 ; Fernley lecturer, 1897 ; Member of 
London School Board (Southwark Div.) 1897- 
1902 ; Member of Education Com. of L-C.C. 
1904; Alderman, 1905-10; Councillor for 
Rotherhithe, 1910 ; Pres. of National Council 
Evangelical Free Churches, England and 
Wales, 1906-7 ; founded, in connexion with late 
Dr. Moulton, the Bermondsey Settlement, 
1891, and has since been its Warden ; Editor 
of Methodist Times. Publications: Spiritual 
Principle of the Atonement (Fernley lecture) ; 
Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and 
Life; Christian Religion, Its Meaning and 
Proof; Apostolic Ministry. Address: Ber 
mondsey Settlement, Farncombe Street, S.E. 
W. 

LIGHTLEY, Charles Thomas ; b. Aug. ie, 1869, 

at Westoe; .j. of William Lightley ; m. 
Helen, d. of T. Hirst, of Castleford ; two d. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Castleford. Account 
ant and Estate Agent. Trustee; Ex- 
Circuit Steward, Supt. of S.S., &c. ; Rep. 
to Condon Conference, 1907. Ex-Chairman 
of Castleford Urban Dist. Council. Recrea 
tions : Golf and walking. Address: Red 
Hill, Castleford. W. 

LIGHTLEY, Rev. John William, B.A., B.D. ; b. 

June 24, 1867, at Simonside, South Shields; 
*. of William Lightley. Educ. South Shields, 
Castleford ; Didsbury Coll. ; Sorbonne, Paris ; 
Leipzig ; e. m. 1892. Minister at rue Roque- 
pine, Paris, 1901-7. Tutor in O.T. languages 
and literature, and Philosophy, at Headingley 



LITTLE 

Coll. Publication: Les Scribes. Recrea- 
tions : Golf and cycling. Address : College, 
Headingley, Leeds. W. 

LIGHTWOOD, Edward Richard, B.A. (Lond.), 
J.P. (Lanes) ; b. March 24, 1848, at Abing- 
don ; s. of Rev. Edward I4ghtwood ; m. 
Louisa Elizabeth Gullick, of St. John s Wood, 
London. Educ. New Kingswood School. 
Schoolmaster. Has been Chairman of Lytham 
Urban Dist. Council. Local Preacher ; Class- 
leader ; Circuit Steward ; Member of various 
Connexional Corns. Publications: School- 
books. Recreations: Cycling and tennis. 
Address : Pembroke House, Lytham. W. 

LIGHTWOOD, James T. ; b. Dec. 29, 1856, at 
Leeds ; s. of Rev. Edward lyightwood. Educ. 
New Kingswood School. Editor of The Choir ; 
Writer on Musical Subjects. Publications: 
Hymn-Tunes and their Story ; also anthems, 
hymn- tunes, &c. Recreations : Cycling and 
cycle- tour ing. Address : Lytham ; 25-35 City 
Road, E.C. W. 

LINDLEY, John Thomas ; b. April 5, 1861, at 
New Basford, Notts ; s. of John Bindley ; 
m. Emily Spray, of New Basford, Notts; 
three c. Educ. East Bridgford Academy, 
Nottingham High School. Lace Manufac 
turer. Society and Circuit Steward; Hon. 
Treas. of U.M.F.C. Preachers Children s Fund. 
Address: 30 Zulla Road, Nottingham. 
Club : Nottingham liberal. U. 

LINOLEY, Richard ; b. April 22, i860, at Little 
Lever, nr. Bolton, Lanes ; s. of Peter Lindley ; 
m. Rachel Edith, d. of H. M. Cooper, of Ring- 
ley, nr. Manchester ; four s. Dist. Supt. for 
Assurance Co. Ex-Chairman of Governors 
of Salt High Schools, &c. Local Preacher ; 
Circuit Steward; four times Rep. to Con 
ference, &c.; Pres. of F.C.C. 1909-10. 
Joint Editor of Local Preacher s Magazine. 
Address: 17 Victoria Park, Shipley. W. 

LISTER, Rev. William Dickinson ; b. Oct. 1872, 

at Worsborough, Barnsley ; s. of James 
Lister ; m. Lilian Hillas, of Cleckheaton. 
Educ. Wes. schools, Lincoln; U.M. Coll., 
Manchester; e. m. 1896. Address: 31 Bea- 
consfield St., Blyth. U. 

LITTLE, George William ; b. NOV. 2, 1857, at 

Salford ; s. of George Little, of Salford ; m. 
Nellie Dockray, of Whalley Range, Man 
chester ; two c. Educ. Gravel Lane day 
school and Broughton and Owens Colls. 
Managing Director of George Little, Ltd., 
Provision Merchants, Manchester. S.S. Supt. 
Circuit Steward, and Conference Rep. ; Local 
Preacher for 25 years. Publications : Maga 
zine Articles, Addresses, and Essays. Re 
creations : Music, photography, and cycling. 
Address : Park House, Whaley Bridge, nr. 
Stockport. W. 

LITTLE, Rev. Richard ; b. Sept. 12, 1846, at 
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Anna Maria, e. d. of Mr. B. B. Deane, of 
Clonakilty; three s. five d. Educ. Private 
schools and Model National school, Newry ; 
Methodist Coll., Belfast ; e. m. 1872. Chair 
man of Waterford Dist. 1907-10; has been 
Financial Sec. of several Dists. Recreations : 
Reading and travelling. Address: Excelsior 
Lodge, Tramore, Co. Waterford. W. 

LITTLE, Rev. Thomas J b. 1855, at Castleford ; 
m. 1st, Agnes, d, of Capt. J. Sargent, R.A., 
Woolwich; one s. two d. ; 2nd, Emily, d, of 
Chas. Trimmer, Chepstow. Stud, at Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Missionary in Ceylon 
1879-90, India 1892-9. Address: Centenary 
Hall, 24 Bishopsgate, E.C. W. 

LITTLE WOOD, Frank John ; b. Feb. 1849, at 

Doncaster ; s. of John Littlewood ; tn. Alice 
Ann Atkinson, of Thome ; four d. Educ. 
Edenfield, Doncaster. Insurance Broker 
and Valuer. Local Preacher ; Member 
of Com. of L.P.M.A.A. and Convener for 
Sheffield Dist. ; Rep. to Conference in York ; 
Sec. to Priory Place Circuit Quarterly Meeting 
for 22 years. Recreations : Cricket and walk 
ing. Address: 9 Town Moor Avenue, 
Doncaster. W. 

LLOYD, Rev. George Edward ; b. Feb. i, 1857, 

at Newport, Mon; s. of Samuel Lloyd, of 
Newport, Mon; m. Selina Gilbert, of Tides- 
well, Derbyshire. Educ. Private school, 
Newport, and Lapford, N. Devon ; e. m. 1876. 
Address : 88 Lairgate, Beverley, E. Yorks. P. 

LLOYD, JOHN ; b. April 1, 1864, at Dolgelley ; 
s. of Lewis and Dina Lloyd ; m. Alice Parry, 
of Llangerniew, Denbighshire ; one s. Educ. 
Board school, Dolgelley. Solicitor. Circuit 
Steward, Assist. Class-leader, Member of N. 
Wales (No. 2) Synod, Rep. to Conference 
twice, and to the Welsh Assembly. A Member 
of the Urban Dist. Council of Towyn, licen 
tiate of Tonic Sol-fa Coll., Conductor of Singing 
Festivals, and Adjudicator in musical com 
petitions. Publications : Composed several 
tunes and anthems and songs ; Editor of 
music of the Winllan. Recreation : Golf. 
Address : Maesmor Towyn, Merioneth. W. 

LLOYD, John Wesley ; b. April n, 1836, in 

London ; s. of Rev. John Lloyd ; m. Anne 
Jones, of Abercwmeiddew, Corris, Merioneth 
shire ; two s. Educ. at Old Kingwood School. 
Dental Surgeon. Began practising in 1855, 
and one of the first (if not the first) to use 
nitrous oxide gas as an anaesthetic in the 
provinces in 1868. Class-leader for 50 years ; 
Treas. of Worn-out Ministers and Widows 
Fund; Trustee. Address: 30 Mount Plea 
sant, Liverpool. W. 

LLOYD, John Wesley, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 

L.D.S. ; b. Aug. 4, 1865, at Liverpool; 
*. of John Wesley Lloyd, Mount Pleasant, 
Liverpool; m. Mary Rachel Warhurst, of 
Bootle; one *. two d. Edttc. The Leys, 



Camb; Univ. Coll. and Medical School, 
Liverpool. Dental Surgeon. Trustee ; Surg.- 
Capt. of Lane. Fort Royal Engineers; Hon. 
Surg. of Liverpool Dental Hosp. and Children s 
Convalescent Hosp., West Kirby; Land Tax 
Commissioner for Lancashire. Recreations : 
Golf and motoring. Addresses : la Rodney 
St., Liverpool, and West Kirby, Cheshire. W. 

LOBB, Rev. John Martyn ; b. May 21, 1849, at 

St. Pinnock, Liskeard ; s. of John and Sarah 
Martyn Lobb ; m. Susannah Atkinson, of 
Hyde Park, Leeds; one s. one d. Educ. 
Private school ; Headingley Coll. ; e. tn. 1874. 
Recreations : Walking and cricket. Address : 
Homeleigh, Church Gate, Cheshunt, Herts. 
W. 

LOCK, Walter ; b. Dec. 28, 1840, at Wivelis- 
combe, Somerset; s. of William and Mary 
Anne Lock ; m. 1st, Susan Rebekeh, d. of 
R. Burrough, of Taunton ; 2nd, May Frances, 
d. of Louis Bielski, of Cardiff ; one s. two d. 
Late Head of Firm of Walter Lock & Co., 
Taunton. Local Preacher for 40 years, S.S. 
Supt six years; Circuit Steward. Recrea~ 
tions : Music, literature, and foreign travel. 
Address: 15 Jesmond Road, Clevedon, 
Somerset. W. 

LOCKE, Rev. Edwin, A.M., D.D.; b. Feb. 9, 
1857, at Brookville, Indiana, U.S.A. ; s. of 
Rev. John W. Locke, A.M., D.D. ; m. Mary 
A. Myers, of Jeffersonville, Indiana ; two d. 
Educ. Greencastle, Indiana, and Lebanon, 
Illinois ; De Pauw Univ. and McKendree Coll., 
Honour man of his class ; e. m. Kansas Con 
ference, 1881. Assist. Sec. of Kansas Con 
ference, 1884-93 ; Sec. of Kansas Conference, 
1894-1903; Dist. Supt., 1904-10; Sec. of 
Kansas Conference, 1911-12 ; Assist. Sec. of 
Gen. Conference, 1904. Associate Editor of 
Daily Advocate, 1896 and 1900. Contributor 
to Homiletic Review and Advocates. Re 
creations : Driving and farming. Address : 
Euclid Avenue Church, Topeka, Kansas, 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

LOCKETT, Rev. George ; b. Feb. 13, 1838, at 
Monks Heath Hall, nr. Alderley Edge, Ches. ; 
s. of Joseph and Ann Lockett ; m. Emily 
Eaton, of Market Drayton, Salop ; seven s. 
Educ. Macclestield Grammar School ; e. m. 
1861, and was sent to British Gviana, and 
W. India Islands, where he laboured without 
a break, except furloughs, for 49 years. 
Retired in 1910 and settled in Jamaica, where 
he had laboured for 41 years. Address : 
Belvedere P.O., Jamaica, W.I. W. 

LOCKHART, Rev. James ; b. May 13, 1861 ; s. 
of James Lockhart, of Sheffield; m. Miss 
Ramsdale, d. of Alderman Ramsdale, of Car 
diff ; two c. Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1884. Address: 231 Melton Road, 
Leicester. P. 

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LOCKHART, Rev. William Henry ; b. June 23, 

1856, at Dunstable ; s. of Charles Lockhart, 
of Dunstable ; m. gillie, d. of Rev. Robert 
Henry Hare ; seven c. Educ, Wes. day 
school, Dunstable ; Dr. Aldom s, Leyton ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Chipping Norton. W. 

LOCKWOOD, Rev. Arthur ; b. Dec. 20, 1873, at 

Kelpin, Howden, Yorks ; s. of John S. Lock- 
wood, late of Howden ; m. Lucy E. Osborne, 
of Finsbury Park, London, N. Educ. Wood- 
house Grove and private school; Didsbury 
Coll.; e. m. 1898. Missionary appointed to 
N. Ceylon Dist. 1901. Address: Point 
Pedro, Ceylon. W. 

LOCKYER, Rev. Thomas Frederick, B.A. ; b. 

July 10, 1850, at Watlington, Oxon ; s. of 
Rev. Edmund Lockyer. Educ. Kingswood 
School ; Graduated at the Univ. of London, 
1872, with Honours in Logic and Moral 
Philosophy ; e. m. 1874. Formerly Examiner 
at Handsworth and Didsbury Colls. ; Fernley 
lecturer, 1899. Publications : The Gospel of 
St. John ; The Inspirations of the Christian 
Life ; Saints of Christ ; The Evangelical Suc 
cession (Fernley lecture) ; Seeking a Country ; 
The Quest of Faith ; Expositions of the 
Epistle of James and the Epistle to the 
Romans in The Pulpit Commentary. Address : 
11 South Norwood Hill, London, S.E. W. 

LODGE, George Henry, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

(Edin.), L.F.P.S. (Glas.), L.D.S. (Edin. and 
Dublin) ; b. 1856, at Rotherham ; s. of 
Matthew Lodge, of Rotherham; m. 1887, 
Margaret Ann Jackson, of Spring Bank, 
Masbro. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield; 
Sheffield Medical School and Univ.; Edin. 
School of Medicine ; Edin. Royal Infirmary ; 
The Royal Dental Hospital. Physician and 
Dental Surgeon. J.P. and Mayor and Chief 
Magistrate, 1908. Member of Rotherham 
Golf Club, and County Borough Council, 
Rotherham. S.S. Sec. and Supt. ; Soc. 
Steward, 1910. Address: Osborne House, 
Moorgate Road, Rotherham. W. 

LOFTHOUSE, Rev. William Frederick, M.A., 

b. Sept. 6, 1871, at S. Norwood ; s. of William 
Beet Lofthouse ; m. Kate Lyth, d. of Rev. 
H. J. Foster. Educ. City of London School ; 
Trinity Coll., Oxford ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1896. Gaisford Prizeman, Senior Greek Test. 
Prizeman, Denyer & Johnson Theol. Scholar, 
Oxford; Tutor in Old Test. languages and 
literature, and in Philosophy, Handsworth 
Coll. ; Sec. of Wes. Meth. Union for Social 
Service. Publications: Ethics and Atone 
ment ; Ezekiel (Century Bible) ; The Bible, 
its Origin and Authority. Address : Hands- 
worth Coll., Birmingham. W. 

LOMAS, Rev. ThOS. H. ; b. March 11, 1840, at 
Nottingham; s. of J. Barnsdall Lomas ; 
m. Mary, d. of Rev. John Watson; three d. 
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Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1864. 

Publication: God and His Worshippers. 

Recreation: Chess. Address: Quies, New- 
bury. W. 

LOMAS, William Edward ; b. Jan. 7, 1863, at 

Derby ; s. of Robert Gilbert Lomas ; m. 
Martha Grace, d. of John Worfendon, of 
Howden Clough ; one s. three d. Educ. 
Wes. Higher Grade School, Derby. Sculptor 
and Marble Worker. Circuit Foreign Mis 
sionary Treas. ; Sec. of Trust ; has held many 
church offices ; Rep. to Conference, 1907. 
Address: The Orchards, Mickleover, Derby, 
W. 

LONG, Rev. Henry J b. Jan. 22, 1873, at Paulton, 
Somerset; s. of Charles Long ; m. Anna M., 
d. of James Johnson, of Luton ; one d. Educ. 
Paulton School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1897. Sinhalese Missionary in Ceylon, 1897- 
1904. Publications: Articles in denomina 
tional magazine and other papers ; writes 
weekly article to Sinhalese newspaper, Riwi- 
kirana. Recreations : Walking and cycling. 
Address: Wesley Lodge, Atherstone. W. 

LONGDEN, Rev. James ; b. at Winster, Derby 
shire ; s. of James and Ann Longden ; m. 
Marianne, d. of John Towndrow Harrison, 
Aid. and J.P. for Derbyshire ; one s. one d. e. m. 
1884. Member of Todmorden School Board; 
was Member of Connexional Com. of U.M.F.C.; 
Joint Sec. of Thanksgiving Fund, U.M.C. 
Address: Southfield Road, Middlesbrough. 
U. 

LOOKER, Rev. William ; b. July 5, 1871, at 
Cambridge; s. of William Looker, of Cam 
bridge; m. Helen Kirk, d. of late William 
Tatton, of Leek ; one s. Educ. Higher Grade 
School, Cambridge ; Stud. Natural Science for 
some years as Student-Assist, to the Wood- 
wardian Professor of Geology, Cambridge; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Sec. of Foreign 
Missions, E. Anglia Dist. Recreations : Geo 
logical research. Address: Ouseley House, 
Gaywood Road, King s Lynn. W. 

LOOSLEY, Rev. Ernest George, B.D. (Lond.) ; 

b. May 18, 1878, at Maidenhead ; s. of Geo. 
Loosley, Marlow ; m. 1906, Florence Ethel, 
d. of Wm. Edwards. Educ. East Anglian 
School, Bury St. Edmunds ; Marlow Grammar 
School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1902. Assist. 
Tutor, Richmond Coll. 1904-6. Contributor 
to Magazines. Address : The Nook, Brighton 
Road, Purley, Surrey. W. 

LORAM, Alfred Thomas, J.P. ; b. Aug. 14, 1857, 

at Exeter ; s. of T. E. Loram ; m. Fannie 
Mary Eades, of London ; five c. Educ. Hele s 
School, Exeter. Cattle Breeder and Dairy 
Farmer. J.P. for Devon ; Mayor of Exeter, 
1910-11 ; for 25 years leader of Young Men s 
Bible Class, Mint School; Rep. to Cardiff 
Conference. Address: Rosarnondford, Ayles- 
beare, Exeter. W. 



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LORAM, Councillor James Ambrose ; b, June 6, 

I860, at Exeter ; s. of James lyoratn ; m. Ellen 
Amelia Jacques, of Exeter ; three 5. one d. 
Educ. King s I/>dge Coll., Exeter. Grocer. I 
I<ate Chairman of Exeter School Board and of ! 
Education Authority. Originator of U.M.F.C. 
Twentieth Century Fund of over 100,000 
guineas ; S.S. Sec. for 34 years ; lyong Service 
Certificate of lyondon S.S. Union. Recreations : 
Politics and outdoor exercise. Address: 25 
Mary Arches St., Exeter. U. 

LORD, Rev. James William ; b. NOV. 25, 1855, 

at Rochdale, I<ancs ; s. of James I^ord, of 
Rochdale; m. Eliza Nuttall, of Rochdale; 
three d, Educ. Private school ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m, 1880. Missionary in Honduras, 
1881-9 ; Madrid, Spain, 1890-94 ; Chairman 
of Honduras Dist. 1900-1. Recreations : 
Walking, riding, and golf. Address : 58 Park 
Road, Sittingbourne. W. 

LOUGH, Arthur Henry ; b. at Curragh Camp ; 
s. of late Rev. William I^ough. Educ. Wesley 
Coll., Dublin. Insurance official. Circuit 
Steward. Address: 32 Wilton Road, Craig- 
millar Park, Edinburgh. W. 

LOVATT, James, J.P.; b. May 28, 1850, at 
Pensnett, nr. Dudley ; s. of E. H. I^ovatt ; 
m. 1st, Mary Elizabeth Muncaster, of Man 
chester ; 2nd, Frances Murgatroyd ; three s. 
six d. Educ. Owens Coll., Manchester. 
Army Contractor ; has held many circuit 
offices; J.P. and Deputy High Steward of 
Newcastle-under-I,yme. Address : Brampton 
Hill, Newcastle-under-I^yme. W. 

LOVE, Rev. Thomas Henry ; b. April 3, 1858, at 

Monmouth ; 5. of William I^ove ; m. Sarah, d. 
of Evan Marks, J.P., of Hertford ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Monmouth Grammar School ; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Address : 10 Wellington 
Road, Newark. W. 

LOVETT, Rev. William Cuyler, D.D. ; b. NOV. 28, 

1852, in Screven Co., Ga., U.S. ; s. of Dr. R. 
W. and E. M. I^ovett ; m. 1st, Dec. 28, 1878, 
M. A. H. Smith; 2nd, Dec. 28, 1898, Eva 
Edward ; seven c. Educ. Emory Coll., M.E. 
Ch., South, Oxford, Ga. ; e. m. 1874. Elected 
Editor of Wesleyan Christian Advocate, 1900 ; 
re-elected in 1904, 1908, and 1910; Del. 
to three Gen. Conferences : 1894, 1902, and 
1910, and to Oecumenical Conference, 1911. 
Recreation: Hunting. Address: 404 Wesley 
Memorial Church, Atlanta, Ga. M.E. Ch. S. 

LOWE, C. J., J.P. ; b. 1850, at Pensford, 

Somerset ; widower ; two s. three d. Stock 
broker. Aid. of Bristol; J.P. Dist. Treas. 
of Children s Maintenance Fund. Addresses: 
St. Stephen s St., Bristol ; Flax Bourton, 
Bristol. T.A. I,owe, Bristol. T. 821 
Bristol. W. 

LOWE, George Edwin ; b. mi, at Burton-on- 

Trent ; s. of Charles I^owe ; m. 1st, Clara C. 



Derrick, of Warwick ; 2nd, Florence Marianne, 
d. of Rev. W. J. Hut ton, of lyeamington. 
Managing Director of I,ondon Central Meat Co. , 
I,td. Poor, Society, and Circuit Steward; 
Circuit Foreign Missionary Treasurer ; Birm 
ingham Dist. Treas. for Worn-out Ministers 
Auxiliary Fund ; one of the two Treasurers 
of Birmingham Central Mission. City Magis 
trate of Birmingham ; County Magistrate of 
Warwickshire. A ddress : Oak Hurst, Sutton 
Coldfield, Warwickshire. W. 

LOWE, Rev. John Powell ; b. April 5, 1847, at 

Pensford, nr. Bristol ; s. of Jabez I^owe ; m. 
Susanna Collins, of Bristol ; two s. three d. 
Educ. Privately ; Richmond Coll. ; Headingley 
Coll.; e. m. 1869. Address: Wesley House, 
Stafford. W. 

LOW IS, Rev. Douglas William, B.D. (ixmd.) ; 

b. Oct. 18, 1882, at I^oughborough ; s. of 
George and Mary Ann I^owis, of Derby. 
Educ. Higher Grade School, Derby ; Hands- 
worth Coll.; e. m. 1903. Took B.D. whilst 
stationed at Stanhope, 1909 (private study) ; 
took Honours (B.D.) in Church History, 1911 
(private study). Recreations: Cycling, walk 
ing, and tennis. Address : Farncombe St., 
Jamaica Road, Bermondsey, S.E. W. 

LOWRY, Rev. Edward P.; b. Jan. 24, 1843, 

at Truro ; s. of Henry and Maria Iowry ; m. 
Mima Hofland, of Hungerford ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Private school ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1865. For 20 years in Army Work; with 
Troops through S. African War (hon. mention 
in Dispatches) ; elected to I^egal Hundred, 
1902 ; made Honorary Chap, to the Forces, 
First Class, 1910. Publications: Sayings of 
Ivord Jesus concerning Life to Come ; Chap 
lains in Khaki; With the Guards Brigade. 
Address: Heatherview, Aldershot. W. 

LOWRY, Rev. Frederick Marshall ; b. at Truro, 

Cornwall ; s. of Henry I<owry ; nt. 1874, 
Ellen, 2nd d. of H. Smith, late of Silfield, 
Norfolk ; three s. three d. Educ. Private 
schools ; Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1870. Publications : Two Vols. 
of Poems for use at Foreign Missionary and 
Temperance Meetings. Address: Wimborne. 
W. 

LOWTHER, Rev. William Boswell ; b. March 26, 

1843, at I^ytham, E. Yorks ; s. of John and 
Elizabeth (nee Wray, d. of Joseph Wray) 
I,owther ; m. Mary, e. d. of John Stather 
Pitch (d. March 21, 1910, at Oundle, aged 64) ; 
five s. Educ. Selby ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1868. Pres. of Oundle, Thrapston, and 
RaundsF.C.C., 1911-12. Publications : Articles 
in Dictionary of National Biography ; Occa 
sional Sermons ; Chronicles of Crowland 
Methodism. Recreations : Amateur gardening, 
and change of employment. Address : Oundle, 
Northants. W. 

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LUCAS, Rev. Charles Samuel ; 6. Sept. 14, 1861, 

at Dover, Kent; s. of Charles Kidman and 
Hannah Osborn I^ucas ; m. I^ouisa I^ardner, 
d. of Rev. Edwin Gedye ; one d. Educ. 
Dover Coll.; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1883. 
Ministerial Treas. of South African Sustenta- 
tion and Mission Fund since 1908. Address : 
St. John s Parsonage, Port Elizabeth, South 
Africa. S.A. 

LUCAS, Rev. George Alfred ; b. Dec. 29, 1873, 
at Westminster ; s. of George I^ucas, of Ter- 
rington St. Clement, Norfolk ; m. Frances 
Catherine Garner, of Spurstow, Cheshire. 
Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1899. 
Address: Park House, Barrowford, Nelson, 
I^ancs. P. 

LUMLEY, Rev. William Benjamin ; b. Aug. 6, 

1854, at Tullamore ; s. of William Burnley, of 
Tullamore, King s County ; m. Fannie Prest, 
d. of George I^eech, J.P., of Sligo ; two s. 
Educ. Wesley Coll., Dublin; Methodist Coll., 
Belfast; e. m. 1875. Treas. of Irish Home 
Mission Fund. Address: Glenville, Temple 
Gardens, Rathmines, Dublin. W. 

LUNN, Sir Henry Simpson, Kt., M.D., J.P. ; b. 

July 30, 1859, at Horncastle, I^incs; e. s. of 
Henry I,unn, of West Ashby House; m. 
Ethel, e. d. of Canon Moore, of Midleton Rec 
tory ; three s. one d. Educ. Horncastle 
Grammar School; Headingley Coll.; Dub. 
Univ. (B.A., B.Ch., M.D.). J.P. for Middle 
sex; order of the Red Eagle of Prussia; 
Chairman of New Reform Club, 1902-5; 
Indian Medical Missionary, 1887 ; invalided 
home, 1888 ; West I<ondou Mission, 1888-93 ; 
founded Grindelwald Conference, 1892-6 ; 
interviewed the German Emperor, 1905, and 
arranged International Municipal Visits be 
tween England and Germany ; presented the 
German Burgomeisters to the King in 1906 
and 1908 ; contested Boston (I,.) 1910. Pub 
lications : A Friend of Missions in India ; 
Municipal Studies and International Friend 
ship ; Municipal Wessons from South Germany ; 
The I<ove of Jesus ; editor of Review of 
Churches, 1891-6. Recreation: Golf. Ad 
dress : Oldfield House, Harrow-on- the-Hill. 
T.A. Aconcagua, I/>ndon. T. 127 Harrow 
P.O. Clubs: Devonshire; National liberal; 
Eighty ; New Reform. W. 

LUPTON, William Arthur, B.A.; b. July 21, 

1858, at Bramley, nr. I^eeds ; s. of James 
Smithson I^upton ; m. 1st, 1892, Constance, d. 
of John Denby, of Shipley (two s.) ; 2nd, 1908, 
lyaura Mabel, also d. of John Denby. Educ. 
Bradford Grammar School; Balliol Coll., 
Oxford. Solicitor; Circuit Steward ; a Treas. 
of Wes. Deaconess Inst. Address: Red 
Gables, Ilkley. W. 

LUSH, Rev. Richard; b. Sept. 24, 1844, in 

Dorsetshire ; s. of Jesse I^ush ; m. Sarah Ann 
Rouse, of Blockley, Worcestershire; six c. 
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e. m. 1870. Address : Blaina, Pedrnore Road, 
I,ye, nr. Stourbridge. P. 

LYLE, Thomas, M.A., F.R.Hist.s. ; b. NOV. 14 

1844, at Ashburton, Devonshire ; s. of Dr 
Thomas I,yle, late of Ashburton, S. Devon ; m 
Mary Elizabeth, d. of John Webb, of Dalston 
two s. two d. Educ. St. David s, Exeter 
Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Trinity Coll., Dublin 
Entered H.M. Customs in 1862, and appointed 
to the Education Department of the Privy 
Council Office in 1864 (now retired). Elected 
I,ife Fellow of Royal Hist. Society in 1874 ; 
Rep. of Senate of I/mdon Univ. on Higher 
Education Com. of Beckenham Council; 
Member (co-opted) of Elementary Education 
Com. of Beckenham Council. Circuit Steward, 
Class-leader, and I^ocal Preacher; Dist. 
Sec. of 3rd Condon Dist. ; several times Rep. 
to Conference. Member of Connexional Edu 
cation, S.S. Dept, Foreign Missionary, and 
Condon Corns., &c. Ex-Pres. of F.C.C. 
Bromley, Beckenham, and Dist. Federation. 
Recreation: Fishing. Address: The Hollies, 
41 Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent. W. 
LYNAS, Joshua Robinson, A.c.i.S. ; b. Feb. 12, 

1870, at Middlesbrough ; s. of George and 
Arabella I,ynas ; tn. Henrietta Isabella 
I^awson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; one s. 
Educ. Brow Top Acad., Workington. Chief 
Accountant, Newburn Steelworks. I^ocal 
Preacher, Class-leader, Trust Treas., Circuit 
Steward; Member of Ryton Urban Dist. 
Council and Chairman of Finance Com. ; 
Overseer of Parish of Ryton ; Council School 
Manager. Recreations: Gardening, cycling, 
fishing, and golf. Address: Southfield, Ry- 
ton-on-Tyne. W. 

LYNDON, Rev. Edwin Israel ; b. April 17, 1865, 

at Wednesbury, Staffs ; s. of John and Eliza 
beth I^yndon, of Wednesbury ; m. Edith, 

d. of Rev. John Hugill. Educ. Wes. day 
school and private study ; Richmond Coll. ; 

e. w. 1887. Greatly interested in Foreign 
Missions ; Member of Dist. Foreign Missionary 
Com. Publications : Magazine and news 
paper articles. Recreations : Foreign travel, 
nature studies, and walking. Address: 
Parkside, The Crescent, Rotherham. W. 

LYNE, William Henry, I,.D.S. (Eng.) ; b. Dec. 10, 

1871, at I^aunceston; s. of Alfred I/yne, of 
I^iunceston; m. Alice, 2nd d. of William 
Orchard, of I<aunceston ; one 5. three d. 
Educ. Dunheved Coll., I,aunceston; Guy s 
Hosp., lyondon. Dentist. I,ocal Preacher 
(bracketed 8th in Honours, Connexional Exam. 
1897) ; Dist. Rep. to Bradford Conference, 
1910 ; Conductor of I^iskeard Wes. Band of 
Hope ; Trustee s Treas. ; several times Rep. 
to Dist. Synod ; Member of Dist. Temp. Com. 
Brother to Rev. A. S. I^yne, of St. John s, 
Halifax. Recreations : Motoring, and a Small 
Holding. Address: Trion House, I,iskeard, 
Cornwall. W. 



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LYONS, Rev. Beresford Stewart; b. Jan. HI, 

1874, at Drumsilla House, nr. Emiskillen ; s. 
of Henry Lyons ; m. Anna Mary, d. of Rev. 
Robert Ker ; one s. two d. Educ. National 
schools; Intermediate School, Newtown- 



stewart ; Meth. Coll., Belfast ; e. m. Candidate, 
1893; on probation, 1896. Financial Sec. of 
Londonderry Synod. Recreations : Walking 
and golf. Address : Coleraine, Ireland. W. 



M 



McALISTER, Rev. W. Geo. H., B.A. ; b. Oct. 
12, 1863, at Kilbride, Ont. ; s. of Rev. James 
McAlister and M. A. J. Clemens ; m. Lottie 
Plewes, of Brantford; two s. Educ. Gait 
Collegiate Institute and Victoria Coll. ; e. m. 
1885. Member of Book and Publishing Com., 
Alma Coll. Board, Gen. Conference. Has 
written Articles for Magazines and Newspapers. 
Recreations: Bowling and cycling. Address: 
Blenheim, Ontario, Canada. C. 

M ARTHUR, James Harry Stewart, JP.; b. 

March, 1863, in London ; s. of Alex. M Arthur, 
J.P., D.I,. Educ. The Leys School; St. 
Peter s Coll., Camb. Barrister. J.P. for 
Cambridgeshire ; Hon. Sec. of Leys School ; 
Director of Caldicott Preparatory School ; 
Hon. Sec. of Old Leysian Union ; Member of 
various Methodist Corns. Recreations : Golf 
and tennis. Addresses: 1 Belvoir Terrace, 
Cambridge ; Caldicott School, Hitchin. Clubs : 
Reform; Bath. W. 

MacCARTNEY, Rev. Thomas James ; b. April 

24, 1841, at Girvan, Ayrshire ; s. of John 
MacCartney ; m. Matilda Jane Lynas, of Glas 
gow; three s. three d. Educ. Grammar 
School, Girvan; e. nt. 1868. Publication: 
The Scottish Covenanters. Address: Ailsa, 
Percy Road, Pocklington, Yorks. W. 

McCLELLAN, Rev. Boardman ; b. June u, 

1877, at Ingleton, Yorks ; s. of James McClel- 
lan ; m. L. Kate Stevenson, of Bristol ; one d. 
Educ. Wes. school, Skipton ; Headingley ; 
e. m. 1900. Address: 89 Devonshire St., 
Keighley. W. 

McCLELLAND, Rev. Thomas James ; b. March 

28, 1873, at Barrow-in-Furness ; s. of John 
McClelland ; m. Florence Kemp, of Oxford. 
Educ. Meth. Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1893. Ad 
dress : The Parsonage, Scudder St., Calcutta. 
W. 

McCONNELL, Rev. Francis John, D.D., LL.D. ; 

b. Aug. 18, 1871, at Trinway, Ohio ; s. of 
I. H. and Nancy J. (Chalfant) McConnell ; 
m. Eva H. Thomas, of Delaware, Ohio ; 
two 5. one d. Educ. Ohio Wes. (A.B. 1894) ; 
Boston Univ. (S.T.B. 1897) ; Boston Univ. 
(Ph.D. 1899) ; e. m. 1894. Pres. of De Pauw 
Univ., Greencastle, Indiana. Publications: 
The Diviner Immanence ; Christmas Sermons ; 
Religious Certainty ; and Christian Focus. 
Address: De Pauw University, Greencastle, 
Indiana. M.E.Ch. 



McCONNELL, Rev. Henry ; b. Feb. 9, ISGC, at 

Lurgan ; s. of William McConnell ; m. 
Harriette Annie Brittain, of Manorhamilton ; 
four c. Educ. Grammar school ; e. m. 1893. 
Address: Westbourne Villa, Bandon. W. 

McCOY, Bishop James Henry, A.M., D.D. ; b. 

Aug. 6, 1868, at Blount Co., Alabama; s. 
Rev. William C. McCoy, D.D., and Mrs. Annie 
Vaughan McCoy ; m. Annie Bradley, of 
Birmingham, Ala. ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Southern Univ., Greensboro, Ala ; A.B. 1888 ; 
A.M. 1889. Bishop of M.F.. Ch. South. Fra 
ternal Messenger of M.E. Ch. South, to Gen. 
Conference of Meth. Church in Canada, 1906 ; 
Pres. of Epworth League Board of M.E. Ch. 
South. Address : Birmingham, Alabama, 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

M CULLAGH, Rsv. Charles Bernard, B.A. 

(Dublin) ; b. Dec. 28, 1854, at Bishop Auck 
land ; s. of Rev. Thomas M Cullagh ; m. 
Susanna B. W. Braithwaite, of Bishop Auck 
land ; one s. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
School ; Eldon House, Clapham ; Headingley 
Coll.; Trinity Coll., Dublin; e. m. 1876. 
Address: Derby Road, Watford, Herts. W. 

McCULLAGH, Rev. Geo. Frederick ; b. March 9, 

1859, at Cobourg, Ont. ; s. of Robert and 
Orpha McCullagh ; m. Alice Graham, of 
Walkerton, Ont. ; two s. Educ. Cobourg, 
Ont., for school teacher, and taught for five 
years in Ottawa ; e. m. Manitoba Conference, 
1890. Pastor of Gordon Meth. Church, 
Winnipeg ; has been Statistical Sec. of 
Conference, Sec. 1906, and Pres. 1911 ; 
Chairman for five years ; Del. to last Gen. 
Conference. Recreations : Gardening and 
driving. Address : 439, Nairn Avenue, Winni 
peg, Canada. C. 

McCULLAGH, Rev. Henry Hays, B.A. (Trin. Coll., 

Dublin) ; b. Jan. 3, 1851, at Shotley Bridge, 
Co. Durham ; e. s. of Thomas McCullagh ; m. 
Helena Pelham, d. of James Catt, of Greenwich 
and Tenterden ; six d. Educ. Stockport 
Grammar School ; Wesley Coll., Sheffield ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1872. Publications : 
Harold and his Sisters in Norway ; Thomas 
McCullagh s Life; wrote Lesson Notes in 
W.M.S.S. Magazine, 1884-1905 ; miscellaneous 
articles in magazines and newspapers. Re 
creation : Music. A ddress : Hazeldene, Ac 
er ington. W. 

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MCDERMOTT, Rev. Hugh C., Ph.B., A.M., D.D. ; 

b. Sept. 18, 1852, nr. Bl Air, Md. ; s. of 
Cornelius and Jane Elaine McDermott ; 
m. Estella I,. Gillette, of Towanda, Pa. ; 
two s. two d. Educ. vStewartstown Classical 
Institute ; Oskaloosa, la. (non-resident Grad.) ; 
t. m. 1875. A.M. Dickinson Coll., D.D. 
Univ. of Chattanooga. Pastor of leading 
Churches in Wyoming Conference for over 
20 years ; now Supt. of Wilkes Barre Dist. ; 
Member of Gen. Conference, 1900 and 1908. 
Address: Kingston, Pa. ALE. Ch. 

MAODONELL, Mrs. R. W. ; b. Sept. 8, 1861, at 
Macon, Ga. ; d. of W. D. Williams, for 40 
years State Supt. of School for the Blind ; m. 
Rev. Robt. W. MacDonell, of S. Georgia 
Conference and Missionary to Mexico ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Wesleyan Coll., Macon, Ga. 
Sec. of Home Department, Woman s Work, 
Board of Missions, M.E. Church South ; 
for 11 years Gen. Sec. of Woman s Board of 
Home Missions, previous to the union of the 
three Mission Boards of the Church. A ddress : 
810 Broad Street, Nashville, Tennessee. 
M.E. Ch. S. 

McDOUGALL, James William Taylor ; b. 1853, 

at Wick, Caithness ; m. Olive Louder, of 
Condon ; one s. two d. Founder and Manag 
ing Director of McDougalTs Educational 
Company, Ltd., of Edinburgh and London. 
Class-leader; Del. to Meth. Assembly in 
1909. Has travelled extensively in South 
Africa and America. Publisher of numerous 
educational works. Address: 37 Lauder 
Road, Edinburgh. W. 

M DOUGALL, Sir John, Kt. (cr. 1902) ; b. 1844 ; 
s. of Alexander M Dougall, Manchester, and 
Jane Shemwell, of Youlgrave ; m. 1st, 1867, 
L,ucy Armstrong (two s. three d.} ; 2nd, 1882, 
Ellen Mary, d. of George Lidgett, J.P., Black- 
heath (one s. two d.), Late Chairman of 
London C.C. Address: Clifton House, 
Greenwich Park, S.E. T. 205 Deptford. 
Club : National liberal. W. 

MACE, Rev. Joseph ; b. 1875, at West Hartle- 
pool; m. Josephine, d. of David Reid, Port 
Gordon ; one 5. one d. Educ. Wes. day school, 
West Hartlepool; Headingley Coll.; e. m. 
1902. Address: 7 North Park Terrace, Edin 
burgh. W. 

McFARLAND, Rev. John Thomas, D.D., LL.D. ; 

b. Jan. 2, 1852, nr. Mt. Vernon, Ind. ; s. of 
Sylvanus and Elizabeth McFarland ; m. 
Aug. 19, 1873, Mary B. Burt, of Mt. Pleasant, 
Ja. ; three c. Graduated from Simpson Coll., 
1872 ; e. m. 1873, in Iowa Conference. Vice- 
Pres. and Prof, of literature and History in 
Iowa Wes. Univ., 1882-4 ; Pres. of same, 
1884-91. Publications: Etchings of the 
Master ; Preservation Versus the Rescue of 
the Child ; The Book and the Child. Editor 
of Sunday School Publications of M.E. Ch. 
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since 1904. Address: Residence Maple- 
wood; Office 150 Fifth Avenue, New York. 
M.E. Ch. 

M GAHIE, Rev. Hugh Reid ; b. Nov. 1, 1837, at 

Tullyconnell, Co. Tyrone ; s. of John and Jane 
M Gahie; m. 1st, 1866, Lucinda Taylor, of 
Cordrain, Co. Armagh (three s. four d.) ; 2nd, 
1893, Mary Jane Hyndman, of Dromore House, 
Co. Antrim. Educ. Tullyhogue; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1862. Elected to Legal Hundred, 
1908. Address : Rathkeale, Ireland. W. 

MACHIN, William, J.P. ; b. Sept. 24, 1858, at 

Longton, Staffs; s. of William Machin ; m. Anna, 
3rd d. of Rev. Charles Willis, Wes. Minister ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Longton Commercial 
School. China and Earthenware Manufacturer ; 
Pres. of North Staffs Federation of Brother 
hoods ; Pres. of the Longton Liberal Council ; 
Local Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. Supt., &c. ; 
Organizing Sec. and founder of Men s Sunday- 
afternoon meeting ; five times Rep. to Con 
ference. Address : Parkfield, Longton, Staffs. 
W, 
MclNTOSH, Rev. John Alminder ; b. Sept. 28, 

1859, at Georgetown, St. Vincent ; s. of John 
A. Mclntosh ; m. Charlotte Agnes, d. of Wil 
liam Delisser, of Browns Town, Jamaica ; 
seven s. Educ. Grammar School, St. Vincent ; 
York Castle Coll., Jamaica ; e. m. 1881. Was 
Missionary Sec. to W. Indian Western Con 
ference for ten years; Financial Sec. of 
Montego Bay and Morant Bay Dists. for 14 
years ; Sec. of Dist. Sustentation Fund, 
Jamaica Dist. ; Del. to Oecumenical Mis 
sionary Conference, New York, U.S.A., 1900. 
Address: The Manse, Mount Ward, Ramble, 
Jamaica, W.I. W. 
MACK, William Herbert ; b. Sept. 12, i860, at 

Great Yarmouth ; s. of William Leeder Mack ; 
m. Clara Gray, of London ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Yarmouth Coll. Grocer. For nine 
years Supt. of S.S. ; twice Circuit Steward ; 
Rep. to Conference, 1907 ; has filled various 
church offices. Address: 333 High Street, 
Cheltenham. W. 

McKEAG, Rev. Hugh ; b. Nov. 24, 1863, nr. 
Coleraine ; s. of late Alexander McKeag ; m. 
Mary A., d. of late Philip Wolfe, of Ban try, 
Co. Cork ; four s. one d. Educ. Meth. Coll., 
Belfast ; e. m. 1885. Has been twice Del. to 
British Conference; Chairman of Cork Dist. 
since 1909 ; was Hon. Sec. to Hibernian Aux., 
Wes. Meth. Missionary Soc. for six years; 
Del. to the Oecumenical Conference in Toronto, 
1911 ; Dean of Residences Univ. Coll., Cork. 
Address: 94 Stephen s Green, Dublin. W. 

MCLAUGHLIN, Rev. John Fletcher, B.A., B.D. ; 

b. July 17, 1863, at Cartwright, Co. of 
Durham, Ont., Canada ; s. of John and 
Anne M Laughlin ; m. Emily, d. of Joseph 
Ginby, of Brookholm, Ont. ; three d. Educ. 
Owen Sound High School and Victoria Univ., 



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MADDOCK 



followed by one and a half years post-grad. 
work in Oxford Univ., Eng. ; e. m. 1886. 
lecturer in Hamilton Coll. for Women, 
1888-91 ; won Gold Medal in Philosophy at 
completion of Arts Course, and Gold Medal 
in Divinity when completing course for B.D. 
Has held chair of Semitic languages and 
literature in Victoria Coll., Univ. of Toronto, 
since 1893. Publications: A Course of 
Reading in the Prophets; The Old Testa 
ment (in Standard Course for S.S. Teachers) ; 
several Articles in Jewish Encyclopaedia, &c. 
Address : 30 Bernard Avenue, Toronto, 
Canada. C. 

MACLAURIN, James; b. Dec. 8, 1861, at 

Sheffield; s. of Henry and Elizabeth Mac- 
laurin; tn. 1st, 1887, Catherine S. M., y. d. 
of Absalom Harrop, of Sheffield ; 2nd, 1905, 
Ada J., e. d. of Joseph Mackintosh, of 
Halifax; five d. Educ. Elementary school. 
Electro-Plate Manufacturer and Director of 
John Mackintosh, Ltd . , Halifax. Church Sec . , 
Adult Class Teacher, Trust Treas., &c. ; twice 
Rep. to Conference. Guardian of Ecclesall 
Bier low Union (Vice-Chair man of Cottage 
Homes) ; Treas. of I.O.R. Friendly Society, 
Sheffield Dist. ; Treas. of the famous Sheffield 
Musical Union ; Member of Chorus. Sheffield 
Festival, at four Festivals. Recreation: 
Choral singing. Address : Strathern, Ventnor 
Place, Sheffield. U. 

MACLAURIN, Samuel; b. April 9, 1849, at 
Sheffield; s. of John Milton Maclaurin; m. 
Elizabeth Needham, of Sheffield ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Public schools. Silversmith. Member 
of Sheffield City Council, and of Sheffield 
Board of Guardians ; Local Preacher ; Class- 
leader, Trustee, late Circuit Steward, &c. ; 
Rep. at the Uniting Conference at City Road 
Chapel, London, 1907. Address: 162 South 
View Road, Sheffield. U. 

McLELLAN, Rev. Edward ; b. Oct. is, 1870, at 

Woodley, Cheshire; s. of William J. and 
Clementina Magellan ; m. Mary E. North, of 
Hyde ; one s. one d. Educ. British School ; 
Stockport Technical School and Hartley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1893. For three years in the Congre 
gational Ministry in S. California. Publica 
tions : The Revolt of David Fairbairn ; Old 
Glory ; John Manifold ; The Ruin ; At the 
Sign of the Lamp ; The Return of Scott 
Daring ; Raw Gold ; The Madness of the 
Minister ; Newspaper and Magazine Articles 
and Stories. Address: Elmfield, Woodley 
Stockport. P. 

McLOUQHLIN, Wm. Charles; ft. Oct. 29, 

1866, at Longparish, Hants ; s. of William 
Mclaughlin ; m. Edith Mary, e. d. of James 
Neal, of Bellvue House, Cambridge ; three s 
two d. Educ. Privately. Coal Merchants and 
Removal Contractors, trading as Day & 
Co. Circuit Steward, Local Preacher, and Class- 
leader ; Chairman of the Brotherhood ; 



Member of Home Mission and Chapel Dist. 
Com. for nine years ; twice Rep. to Con 
ference and Meth. Assembly ; Trustee of 
Ian Hamilton s Soldiers Home, Tidworth. 
Mayor, 1902-3 ; five times Deputy Mayor ; 
Mayor s Auditor, three years; Chairman of 
Borough Waterworks, six years ; Member of 
Finance, Gen. Purposes, and Highways 
Corns. ; Governor of Hartley Univ., South 
ampton, and Andover Grammar School ; Past 
Master of Freemasons. Recreations : Reading 
and boating. Address: Portland House, 
Andover, Hants. W. 

MAOMULLEN, Rev. Wallace, S.T.D. ; i>. 

Aug. 31, 1860, at Dublin, Ireland ; s. of 
David MacMullen ; m. Laura E. Neal, of 
Philadelphia, Pa. ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Brooklyn and Drew Theol. Seminary ; e. m. 
1888. Pastor of Madison Avenue M.E. Ch., 
since 1902 ; Member of Foreign Mission 
Board, City Mission Board, Board of Trus 
tees, Drew Theol. Seminary ; Pres. of 
Deaconess Board, New York City. Publica 
tion : Captain of Our Faith. Recreation : Golf, 
Address : 46, East 60th St., New York City. 
U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

McMURRY, Rev. William Fletcher, D.D.; b. 

June 29, 1864, at Shelby Co., Missouri, U.S.A. ; 
s. of Rev. William Wesley and Mary E. 
McMurry ; m. Frances Byrd, d. of Rev. 
J. C. C. Davis, of St. Joseph, Missouri ; one J. 
two d. Educ. St. Charles Coll., St. Charles, 
Mo., and Central Coll.. Fayette, Mo.; *. m. 
1886. Pastor for 15 years ; Presiding Elder 
for five years ; elected Corresponding Sec. of 
Board of Church Extension, M.E. Ch., South, 
at Gen. Conference held in Birmingham. 
Alabama, 1906, and re-elected to same office 
by Gen. Conference held in Ashville, N. 
Carolina, 1910. Publications: The Down 
Town Church ; Church Extension Hand- Book 
for 1907-11. Address: 1,025 Brook Street, 
Louisville, Ky., U.S.A. M.E.Ch. S . 

McNEAL, Rev. George H. ; b. June 5, 1874, 

at Preesall, Lanes; s. of James McNeal, 
of Pilling, Lanes ; m. 1900, Florence 
Overend Slater, of Leeds; two c. Stud. 
Headingley Coll., Leeds; e. m. 1896. Supt. 
of Sheffield Mission, where he has been 
largely instrumental in building the Victoria 
Hall at a cost of 46,000. Recreations : 
Photography and travel. Address : 25 Mont 
gomery Road, Sheffield. T. 28 Sharrow. W. 

McYITTY, Rev. William ; b. March 20, 1866, at 
Belmount, Clones; s. of James McVitty and 
Jennie A. Presley ; m. Gretta, d. of John Watt 
Moore, J.P. ; two s. Educ. Midhill School ; 
Methodist Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1889. Ad 
dress : Lawrence St., Drogheda. W. 

MADDOCK, Rev. John Henry ; b. April 2, 1863, 

at Devonport ; s. of George Maddock and 
Caroline Pearse; m. Mary Jane Hendy, of 

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Tamerton Foliott, Plymouth ; two d. Stud 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1889. Recreations 
Football and cycling. Address: Beverley 
St. James Road, Hereford. W, 

MAGER, Alfred William ; b. Oct. 25, 1837, a 
Bath; s. of Charles Stanmore Mager; m 
Elizabeth Esther Butt, of Bath. Educ 
Private school, Bath. London Bank Cashier 
but afterwards, during 36 years, Governor 01 
The Children s Home, Edgworth, nr. Bolton ; 
Hon. Sec. of the Institution of which he was , 
in 1868, associated with Dr. Stephenson as one 
of its founders ; S.S. Sec. ; Poor Steward and 
Trustee. Publications: Children s Rights; 
Use of Imagination in Training Children; 
Importance of Industrial Training; &c. 
Recreation: Rose culture. Address: Stan 
more, Thrale Road, Streatham, S.W. W. 

MAGGS, Rev. Joseph Thomas Lawrence, B.A. 

(Lond.), B.D. (St. Andrews), D.D. (Hon. 
Viet.); b. 1855, at Clifton, Bristol; s. of 
Joseph Maggs. Educ. Bristol Grammar 
School; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1877. Pub 
lications: Introduction to the Study of 
Hebrew ; Spiritual Experience of St. Paul. 
Address: Meadowlield House, Ingrow, 
Keighley. W. 

MAGGS, William ; b. at Temple Cloud, nr. 
Bristol; m. Emily, d. of Chas. Shaylor, of 
Brimscombe, Stroud. Educ. The National 
schools, Temple Cloud. Retired Outfitter. 
Member for six years of Dist. Council; also 
Vice-Chairman of Managers of the Higher 
Grade schools, W. Bridgford, Nottingham. 
Member of Dist. Synod, Lay Sec. of Local 
Preachers Connexional Com., and Connexional 
L.P. Dist. Com.; Rep. to Conference, 1909; 
Local Preacher and Trustee, King Street 
Circuit, Derby ; has held many church offices. 
Recreation: Cycling. Address: Fernleigh, 
Borrowash, Derby. W. 

MAGILL, Rev. John, F.R.G.S., A.C.P., M.C.P.; 

b. March 7, 1846, at Ballykeel, Dromore, Co. 
Down ; s. of Alexander Magill ; m. Jane E. 
Gilliland, of Fairview, Moira, Co. Down; 
three s. three d. Educ. Model School, Belfast ; 
The Coll. of Preceptors, London; Queen s 
Coll., Cork; e. m. 1870. Has been Financial 
Sec. on three Dists., and Chairman of Limerick 
Dist. ; Dean of Residence of Univ. Coll., Gal- 
way ; sometime a Fellow of the Royal Society 
of Literature of the United Kingdom. Publica 
tions : Elements of Success in a Sunday School 
Teacher; Christian Giving; and Biographical 
and Descriptive Articles in Magazines and 
Newspapers. Address: 12 Eyre Square 
Galway. W. 

MAGUIRE, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 3, 1845, at 
Drumroosk, Co. Fermanagh; s. of John 
Maguire; m. June 4, 1878, Anna Finlay, of 
Banbridge, Co. Down ; three s. three d. e. m. 
1873. Supt. since its inception in 1898, of 
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North Belfast Mission. Address : 1 Woodland 
Avenue, Cliftonville, Belfast, Ireland. W. 

MAGUIRE, Rev. William John Finlay ; b. 1879, 

at Maguiresbridge, Co. Fermanagh ; s. of Rev. 
Wm. Maguire, of Belfast ; m. Netta, d. of Rev. 
Thos. Dobbie. Educ. Royal School, Armagh ; 
Methodist Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1905. Ad 
dress: Warrenpoint, Ireland. W. 

MAHOOD, Rev. John Wilmot, D.D. ; b. Aug. 22, 

1864, at Ont., Canada ; s. of Robert Mahood ; 
m. Mary M. Rundle, of Toronto, Can. ; one *. 
two d. Educ. Canada; Post-grad, of Bible 
work in Chicago Univ. ; Doctor s degree 
from Univ. of the Pacific; e. m. 1884 in 
Meth. Church of Canada. Transferred to 
N.W. Iowa Conference of M.E. Ch., 1887 ; 
after 12 years in pastorate was assigned by 
the bishops to evangelistic work ; has la 
boured in nearly all the large cities of U.S. ; 
assisted J. Wilbur Chapman in the Great 
Philadelphia and Brooklyn campaigns. 
Publications : is the author of several books 
on devotional topics. The Art of Soul- 
winning is one of the books required to be 
read by every young man entering the ministry 
of M.E. Ch. ; The Victory Life ; The Renais 
sance of Methodism ; Make Jesus King ; 
The Master Workman; The Lost Art of 
Meditation. Recreations: Astronomy and 
golf. Address : Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

MAINPRIZE, John Vickerman, J.P.; b. Dec. 

30, 1859, at Flamborough ; s. of Vickerman 
Mainprize, of Flamborough ; m. Mary Esther, 
d. of Jacob Snowden, of Scarborough. 
Pharmacist. Member of Town and County 
Education Authority ; J.P. and Alderman 
of County and Town Councillor; Mayor 
of Bridlington, 1910 ; served for many years 
on the N.E. Sea Fisheries Com. Local 
Preacher, Class-leader, Trustee, Treas., &c.; 
Member of the Centenary Com. Address: 
Bridlington. P. 

MAINPRIZE, Rev. William ; b. April 27, 1856, 

at Carnaby, E. Yorks ; s. of late John Main- 
prize, of Bridlington ; m. Rebecca Osborne, of 
Bridlington. Educ. Langdale s School, Brid 
lington ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1877. 
Twice Chairman of Dist. Synod ; for five years 
Sec. of Grimsby and Lincoln Dist., also Dist. 
Centenary Sec. ; Assist. Sec. of Conference, 
1910. Address: Scotter, via Lincoln. P. 

MAIR, Rev. Elijah ; b. Sept. 7, 1850, at Knock- 
alva, Jamaica, W.I. ; s. of Robert Wm. Mair 
and Anne W., d. of Thomas Wm. Nicholson ; 
m. Irene Georgiana Walker, of St. David, St. 
Thomas. Educ. Brownsville and Jericho 
Presbyterian schools ; Montego Bay Academy; 
e. m. 1885. Laboured for 20 years in Haiti, 
Santo Domingo, and Panama. Address : 
Chesterfield, Hampstead P.O., Jamaica B W I 
W. 



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MANNING 



MAJOR, Rev. Rowland ; 6. May 2, 1876, at 

Oakfield House, Cholniondeston ; s. of late 
Frederick Randle Major ; m. Hannah, e. d. 
of late Ralph Rains, of Manchester. Educ. 
Calveley and Lyndum House School, Nant- 
wich ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1897. Recrea 
tions : Cycling and golf. Address: 396 
Audley Range, Blackburn. W. 

MALINS, Joseph, County Aid. and J.P. ; b. 
Oct. 14, 1844, at Worcester. C.C. of Worces 
tershire, 1888-1910. Planted Good Templary 
in England, 1868; elected Grand Chief 
Templar, 1870-1911 ; International Chief 
Templar, 1880-85, 1897-1905; Founded 
National Temperance Federation 1884, and 
was Hon. Sec. until 1908 ; Member of Con 
ference Temperance Com . Publications : Many 
Temperance pamphlets and poems. Editor 
of International Good Templar, 1876-86 ; 
Prize Reciter and Reader, 1896-1906. Ad 
dresses : Bessbrook, Sparkhill, Birmingham ; 
168 Edmund St., Birmingham. W. 

MALLINSON, Rev. Thomas Harold, B.A. (i,ond.) ; 

b. Nov. 24, 1875, at Linthwaite, nr. Hudders- 
field; s. of Thomas Mallinson, J.P. ; m. 
Gertrude Desormeaux, d. of Geo. Taylor, of 
Shipley, nr. Bradford. Educ. Wes. day 
school, Linthwaite; Almondbury Grammar 
School ; Harrogate Coll. ; Richmond Coll. : 
e. m. 1902. Recreations : Gardening and 
elocution. Address: Dolafon, Llangollen. 
W. 

MALOTT, Rev. Frederick E., B.A., B.D, ; b. 

Oct. 31, 1866, at Leamington, Ont., Canada ; 
s. of David E. and Lucinda Malott ; m. 
Mary Alice, d. of Rev. James Hannan, D.D. ; 
one d. Educ. Leamington ; Toronto Univ. 
and Berlin Univ. ; Victoria Coll., Toronto ; 
e. m. 1893, after six years of public school 
teaching. Has written miscellaneous Maga 
zine Articles. Recreations : Boating and 
amateur photography. Address: St. Marys, 
Ontario, Canada. C. 

MALTBY, Rev. Joseph Bampton ; b. Nov. 29, 

1S46, at Nottingham ; s. of Joseph Maltby ; 
m. Sarah, d. of John Thurman, of Hickling 
Pasture, Notts ; three s. Educ. Weir House 
Acad., Hickling, Notts; Didsbury Coll.; 
e. m. 1872. Address: The Manse, Man 
chester Road, Haslingden, Manchester. W. 

MALTBY, Rev. William Russell ; b. Dec. 5, 1866, 

at Selby; s. of Rev. William Maltby; m- 
Catherine Russell, d. of Rev. William Barrow- 
cloiigh ; four c. Educ. Woodhouse Grove 
and Kingswood schools ; Articled to Scots 
Law 1886, passed Qualifying Exam. 1892 ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Address :. 43 
Ashley Road, Crouch Hill, N. W. 

MALVERN, Rev. John Alfred Barrett ; b. March 

11, 1855, at Tiliva, Mbua, Fiji ; s. of Rev. John 
Malvern ; m. Christiana, d. of Haigh Clapham 
Gledhill, of Halifax one s. three d. Educ. 



Woodhouse Grove School ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1878. Address : Little Burgh, Shrubbery 
Avenue, Worcester. W. 

MANCHESTER, William ; b. Sept. 9, i860, at 
Bayswater ; s. oi Henry and Emma Man 
chester ; m. Mary A. Aston Gardiner ; one s. 
one d. Educ. British school. Boot and 
Shoe Factor. Circuit and Society Steward ; 
has held office as Poor and Chapel Steward 
and Trustees Treas. Recreations : Church 
work and travelling. Address: 13 Aid- 
bourne Road, Shepherds Bush, W. W. 

MANN, Rev. David Thomas ; b. Dec. 15, 1869, at 

Birkenhead; s. of Robert Mann, Tranmere 
Park, Birkenhead; m. Alice S., d. of William 
Griffies, of Liverpool ; two s. Educ. Wes. 
School ; Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 
1894. Missionary Sec. of Devon and Cornwall 
Dist. ; Acting Chaplain to the Forces. Ad 
dress : Hilworth, Beechwood Avenue, Ply 
mouth. P. 

MANN, Rev. Frederick Joseph ; b. July 14, 1868, 

London ; s. of Joseph Mann, of Sydenham ; 
m. Florence, e. d. of Jonathan Wilkinson, of 
Bowling, Bradford ; three c. Educ. Privately; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Sec. to Bir 
mingham Centre of Social Service Union and 
for Dist. Temperance Com. Recreations : 
Walking and gardening. Address: 159 
Holly Lane, Smethwick, Staffs. W. 
MANN, Rev. Henry ; b. 1852, at Crewe ; s. of 
David Mann, of Crewe ; m. Clare Williamson, 
of Middlesbrough; one d. Educ. Home; 
Crewe Mechanics Inst. ; e. m. 1875. 1st 
Prizeman, 1880. Organized Young People s 
Connexional Examinations, and for three 
years Sec. to Com. ; Sec. of London Church 
Extension Com. since 1897 ; without pastoral 
charge since 1902 ; Church Editor of The 
Daily News, London, 1902-11. Address: 54 
Adelaide Road, Blackburn. U. 

MANN, Rev. James Oliver ; b. May 24, 1865, 

at Kernick, Penryn, Cornwall ; s. of James 
and Caroline Mann, of St. Buryan, Penzance ; 
m. Elizabeth, d. of Samuel Lambrick Lawrance, 
of Polwin, Cury, Helston. Educ. National 
school, Mabe; Board School, Mawgan, Hel 
ston ; Wes. schools, Penryn ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Missionary in Turks and 
Caicos Islands, and Jamaica, 1890-98 ; 
Acting Army and Navy Chaplain, Port Royal, 
1897-8. Address: Wesley House, Wadhurst, 
Sussex. W. 

MANNING, Rev. Charles Edward ; b. Dec. 17, 

I860, in Co. of Simcoe, Ont. ; s. of late James 
Manning ; m. Ella Leary, of Toronto Town 
ship, Co. Peel, Ont. ; four c. Educ. Cobourg 
and Montreal, Canada; Victoria Coll. and 
Wes. Theol. Coll.; e. m. 1885. Appointed 
Assist, or Field Sec. of Home Department 
of Missionary Soc. of Meth. Church, 1907. 
Address: 33 Richmond Street, Toronto, 
Canada. C. 

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MANNING, Rev. Joseph ; b. April 17, 1869, at 
Moulton, Northants ; s. of Joseph Manning ; 
tn. Annie J., d. of late J. M. Barnes, of Levens, 
Westmorland ; one s. Stud, at Handsworth 
Coll.; e. m. 1895. Address: The Manse, 
Low Fell, Gateshead-on-Tyne. W. 

MANSFIELD, Horace Kendall, J.P.; >>. Dec. 

25, 1863, at Stratford; s. of Cornelius 
Mansfield, of Stratford, Essex; m. 1st, Mary 
Annie Rose, of Retford, Notts ; three s. one d. ; 
2nd, Sarah Elizabeth Winterton, of Leicester. 
Educ. Portsmouth and London . Manufacturer of 
Clay Goods. M.P. (R.) Spalding, Lines, 1900-9 ; 
J.P. for Derbyshire, 1892. Local Preacher; 
S.S. Teacher ; Pres. of P.S.A. Class. Publi 
cations: Save the Villages; many Political 
Pamphlets. Recreations : Golfing and mo 
toring. Address : Broom Leys, Coalville, nr. 
Leicester. P. 

MANTLE, Rev. J. Gregory ; b. Sept. 6, 1852, at 
Stourport ; s. of John Mantle, of Stourport ; 
m. Mary Jackson, of Stourport ; four s. three d. 
Educ. Hartlebury Grammar School ; e. m. 
1877. Supt. of Deptford Mission ; has visited 
Mission Stations in India, Burma, China, 
Japan, Korea, Russia, and Sweden ; Editor of 
Illustrated Missionary News. Publications: 
The Way of the Cross ; Better Things ; Ac 
cording to the Pattern ; God s To-morrow ; 
Life of Hugh Price Hughes. Recreations : 
Photography and gardening. Address: 58 
Lewisham Park, London, S.E. W. 

MANTRIPP, Rev. Joseph Gloss ; b. April 27, 

1867, at Lowestoft; s. of late Samuel 
Mantripp ; m. 1895, Mary Ann Carey, of 
Guernsey; four s. Educ. National school; 
e. m. 1891. Address: 43 London Road, 
Halesworth, Suffolk. P. 

MARLOW, Thomas ; b. 1854, at Nottingham ; 
s. of John and Mary Smart Marlow ; m. 
Florence P. Derry, of Burslem ; two d. Educ. 
Private School, Notts. Manager of Lace 
Curtain Manufactory. Circuit Steward ; has 
been Poor, Soc., and Chapel Steward; 
Circuit Sec. to Twentieth Century Fund ; 
Treas. of Circuit Horse-hire Fund ; Trustee. 
Recreations: Photography and reading. 
Address: Ferndale, Ilkeston Junction, 
Notts. W. 

MARQUAND, Rev. James Henri ; b. 1848, in 

Guernsey ; s. of John Marquand and Harriet 
Brouard, of Guernsey; m. Emma Rhoda, 
d. of Charles Martin, of Guernsey. Educ. 
Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey ; Oxenford House, 
Jersey; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1870. Ad 
dress : Glenfall, Ferndale, Teignmouth. W. 

MARRIOTT, Jonathan, J.P. ; b. March 22, 1859, 
nr. Barnsley, Yorks ; m. Alice Bunting, of 
Matlock, Derbyshire; two c. Educ. Bruns 
wick Wes. Meth. School, Sheffield Moor. 
Divisional Manager and Inspector of Refuge 
Assurance Co., Ltd. C.C. ; J.P. for County 
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of Worcester; Pres. of F.C.C. 1912, Bir 
mingham. Local Preacher since 1875; S.S. 
Supt., Steward, &c. ; Governor of Yardley 
Charities ; Chairman of Managers of Grouped 
Council Schools and Secondary Schools ; 
Chairman of Old Age Pensions Com. Ad 
dress : Beauchief , Showell Green, Birmingham. 
P. 

MARRIOTT, Rev. Samuel ; b. at Stotfold, Beds ; 
s. of Samuel Marriott. Stud. Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1891. Publication: On Playing the 
Game. Address: Wesley House, Acocks 
Green, Birmingham. W. 

MARRIS, Rev. George; b. Jan. 23, 1854, at 

Hull ; m. Mary Carr Ellis ; three $. Stud, at 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Missionary in 
S. China, 1879-83: Convener of Memorials 
Com. in the Conference. Address : Nor- 
manton, Grove Road, Sutton, Surrey. W. 

MARRIS, Rev. William John ; b. Jan. 2, 1842, 
at Stallingborough, Gt. Grimsby, Lines ; s. of 
John and Mary Marris ; m. 1st, Helen George 
Deakin, of Cwmavon House, Varteg, Ponty- 
pool, Mon ; five s. two d. ; 2nd, Kathleen 
Dyer, d. of William Dyer, The Shay, Halifax. 
Educ. National school and privately ; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1863. Publications : Coun 
sels to Class-leaders ; The Class-Meeting 
Problem : How to solve it ; Contributions 
to The Class-leader s Companion ; The Divine 
Embassy, and other Sermons ; various Maga 
zine and Newspaper Articles. Recreations : 
Chess and golf. Address: 71 St. Mary s 
Road, Manningham, Bradford. W. 

MARRITT, Herbert ; b. Sept. 6, 1880, at York ; 
s. of Alfred Marritt, of York ; m. Edith, d. 
of Walter Bulmer ; one d. Educ. Local ele 
mentary schools and Elmfield Coll., York. 
North-Eastern Railway. Rep. for York Dist. 
on Wesley Guild Central Council, also Dist. 
Sec. for Guild Council; engaged also in S.S., 
Brotherhood, and Meth. Union for Social 
Service work. A ddress : 68 Jamieson Terrace, 
York. W. 

MARSDEN, William; b. 1831, at Astwith, 
Derbyshire; s. of Joseph H. Marsden, one 
of the founders of the L-P. Mutual Aid Assoc. 
Pres. of Wes. Reform Union, 1881-2, 1888-9, 
1903-4. Address: 122 Cemetery Road, 
Doncaster. R. 

MARSHALL, Mrs. A. L. ; b. March 17, 1871, at 
Atlanta, Ga. ; nt. Rev. A. L. Marshall, of 
Kansas City, Mo. Educ. Chicago Univ.; 
Harvard. Editorial Sec. of Mission Board. 
Publications : The Missionary Voice, M.E. 
Church South. Address: 810 Broadway, 
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

MARSHALL, Sir Horace Brooks, Kt. (cr. 1902) ; 

J.P., M.A., LL-D. ; b. 1865 ; s. of late Horace 
Brooks Marshall, J.P. ; m. 1889, Laura, d. of 
George Siggs, of Streatham Hill ; two d. Educ . 



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Dulwich Coll. ; Trinity Coll., Dublin. One of 
H.M.I,. City of London ; Sheriff of the City 
of London, 1902 ; Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; Coronation 
Medal; Order of St. Olaf ; Order of the 
Prussian Crown ; Order of the Red Cross of 
Japan; Principal of the Firm of Horace 
Marshall & Son, Publishers, Wholesale News 
paper Agents, Wholesale Stationers, Whole 
sale Booksellers, &c. Magistrate for County 
of London ; Alderman of City of London ; 
Grand Treas. of English Freemasons, 1901-2 ; 
Treas. of Orphan Working School; Life 
Governor of Bridewell and Bethlehem Hos 
pitals; and identified with Surgical Aid 
Society, Earlswood Asylum, Reedham Or 
phanages, National Children s Home, &c. 
Recreations : Golf and riding. A ddr esses : 
Shabden Park, Chipstead, Surrey; T. Mers- 
tham, 36 ; Temple House, Temple Avenue, 
B.C. T. Holborn 6050. T.A. Envolumed, 
London. Clubs : Bath and Reform. W. 

MARSHALL, Robert, M.D., M.H.K. ; b. May 18, 

1868, at Stockport; s. of J. Marshall; m. 
Annie E. Stanley, of Grappenhall; two d. 
Educ. Owens Coll. Doctor of Medicine. 
Circuit Steward ; Member of House of Keys. 
Address: Pendennis, Promenade, Douglas, 
I.M. W. 

MARSHALL, Rev. Thomas ; b. 1851, at Screve- 

ton, Nottingham; s. of Edward Marshall; 
m. A. E. Band, of Woodstock, N.B. ; three c. 
e. m. 1871, in New Brunswick Conference, 
Canada ; Sec. of Conference, 1888-91 ; 
Pres. of Conference, 1896 ; six times Rep. 
to Gen. Conference; appointed Supt. of 
Missions for Maritime Conferences, 1908 ; 
four years Grand Chief Templar of Grand 
Lodge of New Brunswick. Address: Sack- 
ville, New Brunswick, Canada. C. 

MARTIN, Rev. E. Osborn ; &. Jan. 5, 1877, at 
Batticaloa, E. Ceylon; s. of Rev. Edward 
Martin, of York; m. Grace Ethel Gertrude, 
d. of Richard Harland, of Yeadon, Yorks ; 
two s. Educ. City of London School ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. tn. 1899. A missionary 
in the East since ordination. Recreation : 
Tennis. Address: Akbarpur, District Fyza- 
bad, India. W. 

MARTIN, Rev. Isaac P. ; b. Dec. 11, 1867, at 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn. ; s. of Robert P. 
Martin, and Amana C., d. of Adam Meek ; m. 
Bettie Lee Trent, of Tennessee ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Public schools, Tennessee ; e. m. 1889. 
For ten years on circuits, ten years on 
stations, one year presiding elder ; Member 
of Gen. Conference, 1910. Publication: 
What Intelligent Men of the World Say of 
Foreign Missions. Recreations : Riding and 
walking. Address: Knoxville, Tennessee, 
U.S.A. M.E, Ch. S. 



MARTIN, Rev. Joseph James ; b. June 25, 1855, 

at Hull ; s. of William and Maria Martin ; tn. 
Martha Elizabeth Catley, of Devizes, Wilts; 
three s. two d. Educ. National and Wes. 
day schools ; e. m. 1876. Has been Financial 
Sec. and Chairman of Bristol Dist. and 
Member of Bristol School Board; First Sec. 
of U.M.F.C. section of I.B.R.A. ; Member of 
Young People s Com. ; Pres. of Chorley and 
Dist. F.C.C. 1909-10 ; Pres. of Frome and 
Dist. F.C.C. 1911. Address : 29 Barry Road, 
East Dulwich, S.E. U. 

MARTIN, Rev. Pierce; b. Dec. 31, 1851, at 

Killorglin, Co. Kerry ; s. of John Martin and 
Mary A. Hill ; m. Rose Edith, d. of Rev. Dr. 
Lyth; three s. six d. Educ. Local Elementary 
and Rorke s Intermediate School, Tralee; 
-Meth. Coll., Belfast; e. m. 1875. Foreign 
Missionary Sec. since 1904 ; Rep. to English 
Conference 1895, 1908. Address: 34 Mount 
Charles, Belfast, Ireland. W. 

MARTINDALE, Rev. George Gowthorp ; b. 

Oct. 12, 1856, at Yapham, nr. Pocklington, 
Yorks ; s. of George and Hannah Martindale ; 
m. Mary A., d. of Robert and Sarah Tasker, 
of Yawthorpe, Gainsborough, Lines ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Village school ; Allerthorpe 
Hall Acad. ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1880. 
Address: 10 Lindum Terrace, Doncaster 
Road, Rotherham, Yorks. P. 

MARTINDALE, Rev. William James, A.M., 
D.D. ; b. Oct. 18, 1841, at Chili, Indiana ; 
s. of Moses and Margaret Martindale ; m. 
Orpah Ann Smith, of Mexico, Indiana ; 
four d. Educ. High School of Peru, Indiana ; 
Lewis Coll., Missouri; e. m. in the North 
Indiana Conference, 1861. Member of 
three Gen. Conferences, 1876, 1896, 1908; 
Del. to World s S.S. Convention in Rome, 
1907; Presiding Elder of M.E. Ch. for 24 
years. Editor for a time of The Western 
Methodist, published at Wichita, Kansas. 
Address: 503 South Elisabeth Avenue, 
Wichita, Kansas. M.E.Ch. 

MASON, Arthur John, A.C.P. ; b. Oct. 29, 1872, 

at Wednesbury ; s. of Thomas and Mary 
Mason ; m. Isabelle Ives, of Wakefield ; one c. 
Educ. Wes. day school, Wednesbury. School 
master. Chapel and Circuit Steward ; Trustee, 
&c. Editor of Municipal Officers Guild 
Gazette, Liverpool. Recreation: Golf. Ad 
dress : 1 Groes Road, Grassendale, Liverpool. 
W. 

MASON, Rev. W. H. ; b. Aug. 14, 1854, at 
Kates Hill, Dudley; m. 1st, 1880, Elizabeth 
A. Gerrard, of Swinton, Manchester (five c.) ; 
2nd, 1907, Miss Randies, of Newcastle-under- 
Lyme. Educ. Baylis s Charity School, Tower 
St., Dudley; e. m. 1874. Address: Llydan 
House, Welshpool, Mont. P. 

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MASSEY, Rev. William Henry ; b. Jan. 25, 1377, 

at Booterstown, Co. Dublin ; s. of John Henry 
and Mary Elizabeth Massey, of Booterstown, 
Co. Dublin ; m. Anna Martha, e. d. of Rev. 
W. A. H. Robinson, Methodist Minister ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Sandymount Academical 
Institution, Dublin; e. m. 1896. Address: 
The Brook, Enniskillen. W. 

MATHER, Rev. James Marshall ; b. May 9, 1851, 

at Darlington; s. of Rev. John Mather ; m. 
Helena De Vibe, of Burton-on-Trent ; one *. 
one d. Educ. Keeling s School, I,incoln, and 
other schools ; e. m. 1872. Publications : 
Rambles Round Rossendale ; Life and 
Teaching of John Ruskin ; Lancashire Idylls ; 
Sign of Wooden Shoon ; Big Roaring Loom ; 
Nineteenth Century Poets ; Joint Editor for 
15 years of The Methodist Monthly. Address : 
1 Granville Avenue, Broughton Park, Man 
chester. U. 

MATHERS, Rev. Joseph, B.A. ; b. NOV. 19, 1873, 
at Maralin, Lurgan, Ireland; s. of Henry 
Mathers, J.P. ; m. Lily, d. of Rev. E. de 
Courcy. Educ. Lurgan Coll. ; Wesley Coll., 
Dublin; Trin. Coll., Dublin; e. m. 1897. 
Address : Epworth .Dalkey, Co. Dublin. W. 

MATHWIN, Henry, M.A.; b. Aug. 23, 1852, 
at Bolton ; s. of Henry Mathwin, B.A., J.P. ; 
m. Agnes Gatecliff, of Ilkley ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Bickerton House School, Birkdale, 
Southport ; Scholar and Prizeman of Christ s 
Coll., Camb. Schoolmaster. Has been Circuit 
Steward, &c. ; Treas. to Trustees of Trinity 
Chapel, Southport ; Treas. to Trinity Hall 
School. Recreations: Formerly cricket, now 
cycling and walking. Address : Bickerton 
House, Birkdale, Southport. W. 

MATTERSON, Rev. Robert ; b. Aug. 31, 1851, 
at York, Eng. ; s. of George Hardwick and 
Mary Matterson ; m. 1st, 1883, Mary Hender 
son, of York; 2nd, 1892, Emma Fleming, 
of Carlisle ; one s. Educ. Endowed and 
private schools, York; Richmond Coll.; 
e. m. 1877. In S. Africa since 1878. Chair 
man of Grahamstown Dist., Cape Province; 
Chaplain during South African War, and 
received medal. Recreation : Change of work 
and gardening. Address: Annshaw Mission, 
Middledrift, Cape Province, South Africa. 
S.A. 

MATTHEWS, Rev. Frederick Robert, B.A. ; b. 

April 15, 1875, at Petites, Newfoundland ; s. 
of Rev. Solomon Matthews ; m. Bertha 
Maddock, of Carbon ear, Newfoundland. 
two d. Educ. St. John s, Newfoundland ; 
Mount Allison Univ., Sackville, N.B. ; e. m. 
1897. Financial Sec. of St. John s Dist. 
Assist. Editor of Monthly Greeting. Ad 
dress: 119 Hamilton St., St. John s, 
Newfoundland. W. 

MAUGER, William; b. 1852, in Guernsey; 
two s. Head of the firm of W. Mauger & 
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Sons, Bulb Growers. Pres. of the Guernsey 
Growers Assoc. ; Vice-Pres. of Royal Guern 
sey Agricultural and Horticultural Soc. ; 
Director in the Guernsey Banking Co. (Old 
Bank) ; Member of the States. Rep. to 
Conference, 1908 ; Trustee of Victoria Road 
Chapel; Class-leader. Address: LesRosiers, 
Guernsey. W. 

MAUND, Rev. William James ; b. NOV. 2, 1867, 

at Bath ; s. of W. H. Maund, of Worcester ; 
m. Florence, 5th d. of A. B. Suart, of Broseley, 
Salop. Educ. Abbey House School, Tewkes- 
bury ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Mis 
sionary in Jamaica, 1890-1904; Chairman of 
Barbados and Trinidad Dist., W.I., from 1904. 
Recreations : Cycling and golf. A ddress : 
Wesley House, Port of Spain, Trinidad. W. 

MAVEETV, Rev. Patrick J., D.D. ; b. Feb. 8, 

1855, at Longford Co., Ireland ; s. of Thomas 
and Mary (Russell) Maveety ; m. Susan E. 
Hare, of Lyndonville, N.Y., who was a native 
of Lincolnshire, Eng. ; five s. six d. Educ. 
National school in Ireland and public schools 
in United States; for two years at Garrett 
Biblical Inst. , Evanston, 111. ; e. m. in Michigan 
Annual Conference, 1878. Was reared a 
Roman Catholic, converted and united with 
the M.E. Ch. at a revival in Kuckville, Orleans 
Co., N.Y., 1873 ; Member of Gen. Conferences 
of 1896, 1900, 1904, 1908, 1912 ; one of the 
corresponding Sees, of The Freedmen s Aid 
Society of M.E. Ch., with headquarters and 
present address at 220 West Fourth Avenue, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. M.E. Ch. 

MAWER, Rev. John William ; b. NOV. 16, 1850, 

at Louth, Lincolnshire ; s. of William Mawer, 
Louth; m. 1st, 1878, Hannah Elizabeth 
Coppin, of Louth ; 2nd, 1883, Elizabeth Ann 
Cottingham, of Market Rasen. Educ. Louth 
British school; United Meth. Coll., Man 
chester ; e. m. 1874. Chairman of Leeds and 
Bradford Dist. 1901-2. Address: 909 Ashton 
Old Road, Higher Openshaw, Manchester. U. 

MAWSON, Henry, LL.B. (Camb.) ; b. NOV. 8, 
1863, at Harrogate ; s. of Henry Thomas 
Mawson, of Southport. Educ. Bramham Coll. ; 
Mill Hill School; Trinity Hall, Camb. So 
licitor. Church Sec., S.S. Supt., &c. ; Treas. 
of Local Branch of N.S.P.C.C. Recreation: 
Cycling. Address: 359 Lord St., Southport. 
U. 

MAXWELL, Rev. Robert ; b. 1870, at Belfast ; 
s. of John Maxwell, Belfast ; m. Grace Evan- 
geline, d. of Arthur Crawford, of Drumshambo ; 
one s. three d. Educ. Meth. Coll., Belfast ; 
6. m. 1893. Recreation: Cycling. Address: 
The Manse, Drumshambo, Co. Leitrim. W. 

MAXWELL, Stanley, M.A., LL.B. (Cantab.); 
b. Sept. 13, 1875, at Cambridge ; s. of Dr. F. C. 
Maxwell; m. Edith Marion, d. of Rev. 
Richard Allen ; one s. Educ. Manor House 
School, Clapham; St. John s Coll., Camb. 



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Head Master of Manor House School, Clapham. 
Trustee. Chairman of Council of Private 
Schools Assoc. (Incorporated) ; Member of 
Federal Council of Secondary Schools Assoc. 
and British Astronomical Assoc. ; Fellow of 
the Royal Astronomical Soc. Recreations: 
Astronomy cricket, and tennis. Address: 
Manor House School, Clapham Common, S.W. 
W. 

MAY, Alfred ; b. Aug. 18, 1868, at Shalbourne, 
Berks ; s. of John and Emily May ; m. 
Florence Annie Callas, of Reading ; one s. 
three d. Farmer. Circuit and Soc. 
Steward. Recreation: Cricket. Address: 
Manor Farm, Collingbourne Kingstone, nr. 
Marlborough, Wilts. W. 

MAY, Rev. Henry Howard ; b. July is, 1872, 

at vShalbourn, Berks ; s. of John May. 
Educ. High School, Trowbridge ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Publications : The 
Money-chest and the Altar; Seven Christ- 
centred Mottoes. Address: Connismere, 93 
Valley Drive, Harrogate. W. 
MAY, Rev. Thomas, M.A.; b. 1871, at St. 
Helens, Lanes ; s. of John May, of St. Helens ; 
m. Sara, y. d. of Thomas Jones ; one d. Educ. 
Liverpool Coll. ; Durham Univ. ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Recreation : Nature 
study. Address: 17 Ashgrove, Bradford. W. 

MAYER, Rev. Walter Frederic ; b. June 9, 1864, 

at Burslem ; s. of John Mayer, of Claremont, 
Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent ; m. Emily Ger 
trude Rhodes, of Burslem ; three s. Educ. 
Collegiate School, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent; 
Headingley Coil. ; e. m. 1888. Recreations : 
Walking ;and golf. Address: Eversley, Eshe 
Road, Blundellsands, Liverpool. W. 

MAYES, Rev. George Claudius ; b. July 8, 1844, 

at Ballinderry, Lisburn, Ireland ; s. of James 
Mayes ; m. Prudence Mann, d. of Dr. Lyle, 
of Ashburton, Devon ; one s. five d. e. m. 
1865. Recreation: Fishing. Address: 16 
Orchard Gardens, Teignmouth. W. 

MAYLES, Rev. John ; b. Aug. 4, 1857, at 

Streatley, Beds ; s. of W. and A. Mayles ; 
m. E. M. Boitoult, of Bexley, Kent ; two s. 
one d. e. m. 1882. Pres. of Sussex Federa 
tion of F.C.C., 1911-12. Pu lications : Oc 
casional Newspaper and Magazine Articles. 
Recreations : Walking and cycling. Ad 
dress : Shakespeare Road, Worthing. P. 

MAYNARD, Rev. G. Percy ; b. Dec 4, 1867, at 
Bempton, E. Yorks ; s. of James Maynard ; 
m. Ellen Jackson, e. m. 1889. Recreation : 
Cycling. Address: Housley Villa, Chapel- 
town, Sheffield. P. 

MEAKIN, Mrs. Clara ; d. of late Mr. and Mrs. 
Henry Frost, of Cheetham Hill, Manchester; 
m. 1879, Rev. H. T. Meakin, now of S. London 
Mission. Educ. Moravian School, Bedford 
Class-leader and Visitor ; Conductor of 



Mothers Meetings, one of which numbered 
600 members; Branch Pres. of B.W.T.A., 
and actively associated with husband for 20 
years in his S. London Mission projects and 
ministry. Recreation : Domestic duties. Ad 
dress : 252 Bermondsey St., London, S.E. W. 

MEAKIN, Rev. H. T. ; b. at Chellaston, Derby 
shire, e. m. 1892. For 20 years in Railway 
Managerial Offices ; for 17 years Local Preacher 
in Derby ; elected on Com. of L.P. Mutual Aid 
Assoc. ; for 21 years in S. London Mission as 
Lay organizing Sec., Minister, Supt., and Treas.; 
for ten years at Locksfields Chapel, Walworth ; 
Projector, and Minister for eight years, of 
Great Central Hall, Bermondsey the first 
Central Hall in London ; Sec. of London Com 
mission, 1903-6 ; Contributor to The Daily 
News vol. Religious Life of London, and 
author of pamphlets on London Methodism, 
Neglected Children of the Slums, &c. A ddress : 
252 Bermondsey St., London, S.E. W. 

MEAKIN, Rev. Thomas ; b. Sept. 4, 1845, at 
Bollington, Cheshire ; s. of George and 
Charlotte Meakin ; m. Hannah Healey, of 
Bolton ; two s. two d. Educ. Wes. day 
school, Bollington ; Owens Coll., Manchester ; 
e. m. 1867. Recreation : Cycling. Address : 
61 Barton Road, Dover. P. 

MEARA, Rev. William ; b. March 10, 1871, 
at Dunmanway ; s. of William Meara, of 
Dunmanway, Co. Cork, Ireland. Educ. 
Model School, Dunmanway ; Meth. Coll. 
Belfast, Ireland ; e. m. 1896. Served as Chap, 
throughout the S.A. War, and received the 
Queen s Medal and bar; has been about 12 
years in Transvaal ; the only British Minister 
in S. Africa who was appointed a Chap, to a 
Boer Concentration Camp during the S.A. 
War ; received an illuminated address from 
the Dutch people in recognition of services 
on their behalf in camp. Recreation : Horse- 
riding. Address: Wesleyan Parsonage, Mid- 
delburg, Transvaal, S.A. W. 

MEDLICOTT, Geo. Henry ; b. June 5, 1847, at 

Hyssington, Mont. ; s. of Richard and Ann 
Medlicott ; m. Millicent Ann, d. of John 
Reeves, of Southampton ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Welshpool Diocesan School. Solicitor. 
Circuit Steward, Poor Steward, and Circuit 
Chapel Sec. ; Local Treas. of B. & F. Bible 
Soc.; Dist. Correspondent of the National 
Soc. for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. 
Recreations : Draughts, chess, halma, and 
formerly rowing. Address : The Chestnuts, 
Knighton, Radnorshire. W. 

MEE, Rev. Josiah; b. March so, 1844, at 

Brackley ; s. of William and Elizabeth Mee. 
m. S. E. Butterworth, of Huddersfield ; 
four s. two d. Educ. Albion House, Cardiff ; 
Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmond and 
Headingley Colls.; e. m. 1868. Chairman 
of Portsmouth Dist. Publications : Thomas 

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Champness as I knew Him : Sunday Morning 
Talks; The Banner of Hope (monthly). 
Address: Wesley Manse, Fareham, Hants. 
W. 

MEEK, Rev. Herbert Arthur, B.A. (Sydney, 

N.S.W.); b. Nov. 13, 1880, at Tenterfield, 
N.S.W.,Aus. ; s. of Rev. Benjamin J. Meek, 
Chairman of Bathurst Dist., N.S.W. ; m. 
Ethel Louise, d. of John Tearle, Esq., of 
Luton, Beds. Educ. Newington Coll. ; the 
Univ., Sydney ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1906. 
For two and a half years in charge of the 
Educational Dept., Jaffna, N. Ceylon. Ad 
dress : Brightville, Burdett Road, Stonehouse, 
Glos. W. 

MEES, Rev. Charles Edward, B.A. ; b. May 25, 

1850, at Luton ; s. of Charles Mees, of Luton; 
m. F,llen, 4th d. of Gustavus Jordan, of Luton ; 
three s. Educ. Mead House, Biggleswade ; 
Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Didsbury Coll.; 
e. m. 1876. Army Chaplain for 18 years. 
Recreations: Cycling and golf. Address: 
Ryelands, Beddington Gardens, Wallington, 
Surrey. W. 

MELLELIEU, Rev. George ; b. Sept. 3, 1861, at 

Green Howarth, Accrington, Lanes ; s. of 
Thomas Mellelieu. Stud. Meth. F.C. Coll.; 
Owens Coll., Manchester; e. m. Aug. 1884. 
Address: Ashville, Coppice St., Oldham, 
Lanes. U. 

WELLING, Samuel, J.P. ; b. June 10, 1846, at 
Haigh, Wigan ; s. of William Melliug ; m. 
1st, Margaret J. Alexander, of Wigan; 2nd, 
Margaret E. Kimmer, of Southport ; four s. 
four d. Educ. Manor House School, Wigan. 
Forge Master and Engineer. J.P. for Wigan. 
Has filled many church offices. Address: 
The Sycamores, Wigan. W. 

MERRICK, Rev. Wm. Bolton ; b. May 5, 1856, 

at Youghal, Co. Cork ; s. of Jeremiah Merrick ; 
m. 1889, Mary M. Barker, of Yewtree, Shille 
lagh ; two s. one d. Educ. Classical School, 
Youghal; e. m. 1882. Address: Portar- 
lington, Ireland. W. 

METCALF, Rev. Joseph ; b. Oct. 12, 185G, at 

Stickney, Lines. ; s. of Samuel Metcalf ; m. 
Annie Gates, of Pietermaritzburg, Natal ; 
six c. Educ. Grammar School, Stickney; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1881. Sailed for S. 
Africa, 1882 ; elected Ministerial Gen. Treas. 
of Children s Fund, 1902 ; held office ever 
since; Pres. of S. African Conference, 1911. 
Address: Kamastone (via) Queenstown, Cape 
Colony, S. Africa. S.A. 

MEWBURN, William, J.P. ; b. April 7, 1853, 
at Halifax ; s. of late Wm. Mewburn, D.I,., 
of Wykham Park, Banbury ; m. Margaret E., 
e. d. of late J. Creemer Clarke, J.P., M.P., of 
Waste Court, Abingdon, Berks ; one s. five d. 
Educ. Mr. Henry Jefferson, Eldon House, 
Clapham Common ; Univ. Coll., London. 
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Retired Stock-broker ; Director of S. Eastern 
& Chatham Rly. Co. ; Star Assurance 
Soc. Lay Treas. of Children s Fund. Re- 
creations : Farming, fishing, and shooting. 
Addresses: Hawkwell Place, Peinbury, Kent; 
Achnacarron Lodge, Kilchrenan, Argyllshire. 
W. 

MICHELL, Rev. William John; b. Aug. 8, 

I860, at Tresillian, Cornwall ; two d. Educ. 
Truro; e. m. 1882. Publications: Bio 
graphical Sketches of Bible Christians ; 
Spiritual Evolution ; Appreciation of late 
Rev. F. W. Bourne ; regular contributor to 
Western Morning News. Address : 35 Chel- 
ston Road, Newton Abbot. U. 

MIDDLEBROOK, William, M.P.; b. Feb. 22, 
1851, at Birstall ; s. of John Middlebrook ; m. 
Alma Jackson, of Morley ; three c. Educ. 
Huddersfield Coll. Solicitor. M.P. (I,), for S. 
Leeds since 1908 ; Mayor of Morley, 1896, 
1904 ; Lord Mayor of Leeds, 1910 ; Treas. of 
Gen. Chapel Com. Recreations : Golf and 
motoring. Address : Thornfield, Morley, nr. 
Leeds. Clubs : Reform ; National Liberal ; 
Leeds and County Liberal. W. 

MIDDLETON, Rev. William ; b. June 18, 1844, 
at Topcliffe ; s. of Christopher Middleton ; 
m. Annie, d. of George Parker ; two d. Educ. 
Topcliffe Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1869. Sec. of Wes. Meth. Necessitous 
L-P- Fund since 1895. Publication : Alpha 
and Omega. Address: 15 Station Road, 
Winchmore Hill, London, N. W. 

M IDG LEY, Hiram ; b. July 12, 1858, at Cleck- 
heaton, Yorks ; s. of Benjamin Midgley ; m. 
1st, Rhoda Ann Law, of Cleckheaton (d. 1904) ; 
2nd, Emily Oaks Day, Robert Town, Liver- 
sedge ; two s. Educ. National school, Cleck 
heaton. Wholesale Grocer. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, and S.S. Supt. for 24 years ; 
Trustees Sec. ; Sec. of L.P. Mutual Aid for 
13 years ; Rep. to Conference, 1908 ; Circuit 
Steward, 1904-7. Address : Victoria Terrace, 
Cleckheaton. W. 

MILES, Rev. Samuel ; b. Jan. 5, 1845, at New- 
bury, Berks ; s. of Samuel and Sarah Jane 
Miles ; m. Miss Harffey, of Petersfield. Educ. 
Salisbury ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1871. 
Recreations : Chess, gardening, &c. Address : 
South Milford, Yorks. W. 

MILLAR, Rev. Alexander Copeland, A.B., A.M., 

D.D. ; b. May 17, 1861, at McKeesport, 
Penn. ; s. of W. J. and Ellen Caven Millar ; 
m. Elizabeth Harwood, of Brookfield, Mo. ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Public and private 
schools of Brookfield, Mo. ; Central Coll. 
Fayette, Mo. ; e. m. 1885. Pres. of Neosho 
(Mo.) Collegiate Inst., 1886-7 ; Pres. of Hen- 
drix Coll. (Conway, Ark.), 1887-1902, and 
again, 1910- ; Editor of Western Methodist, 
Little Rock, 1904-10; Presiding Elder of 
Little Rock Dist., 1906-10 ; Prof, of Philosophy 



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and History, Central Coll. , 1902-4. Member of 
Gen. Board of Education of M.E. Ch. South ; 
Pres. of Arkansas State Good Roads Con 
vention ; Pres. of Ark. State Teachers 
Assoc. ; Pres. of Ark. Historical Assoc. ; 
Member of Ark. History Commission, also 
Ark. Education Commission ; Special Com 
missioner appointed by Ark. Penitentiary 
Board to investigate State Convict Farm. 
Publications : Twentieth Century Educational 
Problems; Together? Yes, Together: a 
poem, a response to Alfred Austin s To 
gether ; My Own Loved Arkansas, the State 
School-song. Recreation : Gardening. Ad 
dress : Con way, Arkansas. M.E. Ch. S. 

MILLER, Rev. Frederick Octavius ; b. Jan. is, 

1853 ; s. of Henry Miller, Colchester ; m. 
Lydia A., d. of Rev. W. P. Garry ; five s. 
two d. Educ. St. Mary s Acad., Colchester ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Address : 
The L.imes, Mill St., Ludlow. W. 
MILLS, FellX, F.R.G.S. ; b. Oct. 26, 1860, at 
Heywood ; m. (1885) Annie Whitehead, of 
Oldham ; two s. two d. U.M. Local 
Preacher since 1881 ; Temperance Advocate ; 
Treas. to Trustees and S.S. ; has held office 
as S.S. Supt., Teacher, &c. ; Rep. to Annual 
Assembly ; for 14 years held Gospel Lantern 
Services on Sunday evenings in the Unity 
Hall, Oldham ; has compiled a Sketch Book 
of which over 85,000 copies have been sold ; 
in summer organizes and personally con 
ducts parties of ladies and gentlemen on 
various tours to the Continent ; in winter he is 
engaged all over the kirgdom, Lecturing on 
his Travels, or giving Humorous, Musical, and 
Pictorial Recitals for S.S. and kindred organi 
zations. Address : 163 Lee St.. Oldham. U. 

MILLS, George, J.P., C.C. ; b. Jan. 17, 1854, at 
Heywood ; s. of Adam Mills ; m. Mary Ann 
Hoghton, of Heywood ; two s. Educ. St. 
Lake s schools, Heywood. Engineer and 
Ironfounder. Circuit Steward for 11 years, 
S.S. Supt. 13 years; twice Rep. to Con 
ference; Member of Prestwich and White- 
field Education Com. ; Member of County 
Licensing Com. and Visiting Prison Com. ; 
Chairman of Architectural Com. ; Educationaf 
Department, Lanes C.C. Address : Greystoke 
Whitefield. W. 

MILLS, Henry ; b. 1847, at Westminster ; s. of 
Charles Mills; m. Annie, d. of Rev. Joseph 
Toulson ; six s. three d. Educ. Warwick House 
Coll. Member of Methodist Council 
Member of Com. of the National Children s 
Home; has held several church offices 
Address: Elmside, The Chase, Clapham 
Common, S.W. W. 

MILLWARD, Rev. Joseph Warren ; b. March 3. 

1857, at Bosley, Macclesfield; s. of John 
Millward; m. L/ydia Shenton, d. of William 
Eland; two s. one d. Educ. Modern Free 



School, Macdesfield; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 
1882. Recreations: Farming and carpenter 
ing. Address: Wesley Manse, Pelsall, Wal- 
sall. W. 

MILNER, Thomas ; b. 1851, at Barley, Yorks ; 
s. of Robert Irish Milner ; m. 1881, Eliza, d. 
of Robert Brown, of Bradford ; one s. one d. 
Silk Buyer. Trustees Treas. ; has been 
Circuit and Poor Steward. Addresses: 108 
Cranbrook Road, Ilford ; 16-30 Moor Lane, 
London, E.C. W. 

MINCHER, Rev. William ; b. March 1, 1850, at 
Wednesbury, Staffs ; s. of Samuel Mincher ; 
m. Eliza Richards, of Hill Top, West 
Bromwich; six c. Educ Morris Acad., 
Wednesbury ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1872. 
For years Sec. of London 1st Dist. Com. ; 
Dist. Probationers Examiner; Dist. Cen 
tenary Sec. ; has travelled considerably in 
Palestine, Egypt, and on the Continent. 
Publications : Jubilee Brochure of Primitive 
Methodism in Camden Town ; Rambles in 
Palestine; Some Primitive Methodist 
Worthies. Recreation: Reading. Address: 
21 Pleydell Avenue, Stamford Brook, Ham 
mersmith, W. P. 

MINIFIE, Mark, J.P.; b. April 20, 1852, at 
Broadhembury, Devon ; s. of Robert Minifie ; 
m. Emily Julia Norman, of Exmouth ; three s. 
two d. Educ. Hele s School, Exeter. Pro 
prietor of Dairy Factories. J.P. for Somer 
set; S.S. Supt.; Trustee; Class-leader; Rep. 
to Conference four times ; Chairman of School 
Board for seven years, and subsequently 
Educational Com. Address: Kerswell, of 
Weston-super-Mare. W. 

MITCHELL, Rev. George ; b. Jan. 8, 1834, at 

Thorner ; s. of John and Margaret Mitchell ; 
m. Mary C. Paul, of Gravesend, Kent ; six c. 
Educ. Thorner village school ; Knottingley 
Wes. day school; e. m. 1855. Address: 
Manor Lawn, Norman s Place, Bowdon, 
Cheshire. P. 

MITCHELL, Rev. John, M.A. (Cantab), F.R.A.S. ; 

b. Feb. 26, 1867, at Bank End, Yorks ; s. of 
John Hirst Mitchell ; m. Florence, d. of Joseph 
Bromhead, Esq., of Bristol; one s. Educ. 
Cambridge ; Christ s Coll. ; e. m. 1899. 
Established the Wes. Coll., Bankura, 1903 ; 
elected Fellow of the Calcutta Univ. in June, 
1908. Recreations : Tennis and astronomy. 
Address: Wesleyan Centenary Hall, 24 
Bishopsgate, E.C. W. 

MITCHELL, Robert; b. July 17, 1855, at 
Cadgwith, Cornwall; s. of John and Mary 
Ann Mitchell ; m. Eliza Roberts, of Newark. 
Grocer, now a Pork Butcher. Circuit Steward, 
Class-leader, and S.S. Teacher. Address: 
48 Northgate, Newark. W. 

MITCHELL, Rev. Thomas ; b. July 31, 1844, at 
Low Moor, nr. Bradford ; s. of John and Mary 

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Mitchell ; . Mary Petty, of York ; one s. 1 
one d. Educ. Farnley Iron Co. s schools; i 
Elmfield Coll., York ; e. m. July 1867. Head I 
of Prim. Meth. Publishing House, 1895-1900 ; j 
Sec. of Chapel Fund, 1891-1909 ; Church Ex 
tension Fund, 1900-9 ; Pres. of Conference, 
1902. Publications: Life of Rev. R. S. 
Blackburn, Missionary in West Africa ; 
Hartley lecture on Systematic Giving. Ad 
dress : 38 Hampton Road, Southport. P. 

MITTON, Rev. Charles William ; b. June 20, 

1873, at Great Horton, Bradford; s. of 
William Greenwood Mitton, of Bradford ; m. 
Clara Crowther,of Eccleshill, Bradford ; three 
s. Educ. Board schools ; Bradford Technical 
Coll. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. tn. 1897. Address : 
Wesley House, Lockwood, Huddarsfield. W. 

MOIR, Rev. David Anderson, S.T.I,., B.D. ; 6. 

March 6, 1853, at Glasgow, Scotland ; s. of 
John and Mary Moir ; m. Amy Lavina 
Adams, of Toronto, Ont. Educ. Union 
School, London; Wes. Coll. and McGill 
Univ., Montreal; e. tn. London Conference, 
1876. Sec. of Hamilton Conference, 1902 ; 
Pres., 1903; has been on Gen. Board of 
Missions ; Conference Examining Board ; 
Chairman of District ; Del. to General Con 
ferences for many years ; has taken a pro 
minent part in Addresses and Corns, of Inter 
national S.S. and Epworth league Conventions. 
Address: 71 Emerald Street, N. Hamilton, 
Ontario, Canada. C. 

MOLD, Rev. John William ; b. Oct. 5, 1849, 

at the Hill Farm, Upper Boddington, North- 
ants; s. of Edwin Mold, Upper Boddington, 
Nor than ts ; m. Martha Ann Wharton, of 
Witney, Oxon ; seven c. Educ. Village 
school, and Harley Coll., London ; e. tn. 1877. 
Missionary in Jamaica, 1877-87. Address : 
U.M. Manse, Holbeach, Lines. U. 

MOON, Rev. Francis William ; b. Oct. 28, 1859, 

at Nassau, N.P. Bahamas ; s. of Rev. Francis 
Moon; tn. Charlotte Isabel, d. of Hon. G. 
T. R. Kemp, M.D., Pres. of H.M. Council, 
Bahamas; six 5. one d. Educ. Kingswood 
School; Theological Inst., York Castle, 
Jamaica; e. m. 1879. Missionary in the 
Bahamas, 1879-98 ; Naval and Military Work, 
Sheerness, 1901-4. Recreations : Swimming 
and cycling. Address: The Manse, Ted- 
dington, Middlesex. W. 

MOORE, Alfred Thomas ; b. 1869, at Mayfair ; 
s. of Alfred Moore; tn. Catherine Amelia, d. 
of George Foden, Nantwich ; one d. Educ. 
Pimlico. Circuit Steward ; Trust Treas ; S.S. 
Supt. Address: Meadowside, Nantwich. U. 

MOORE, Benjamin, J.P.; b. Sept. 1844, at 

Higham, nr. Burnley; 5. of Joseph Moore; 
m. Miss Stephenson, of Higham ; two c. 
Educ. Wes. day school and privately. News 
paper Proprietor, Editor of Burnley Gazette, 
and General Printer ; Local Preacher, Trustee, 

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&c. : for 20 years member of Connexional Corns. ; 
four times Rep. to Conference ; has been Circuit 
and Society Steward; Treasurer lord s Day 
Observance Com. Publication : Methodist 
History in Burnley and East Lancashire. 
Address: 20 Palatine Square, Burnley, Club : 
National Liberal, London. W. 

MOORE, Rev. Benjamin ; b. NOV. 23, 1870, at 

Oakworth, nr. Haworth, Yorks ; s. of Joshua 
Moore; m. Kate, d. of Moses Pickett, of 
Wootton Bassett, Wilts. Stud. Hartley Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1894. Sec. of Manchester 
Dist. P.M. S.S. Com.; Lecturer for the 
Manchester Dist. P.M. Social Service Centre ; 
an occasional contributor to Prim. Meth. 
Quarterly Review and other periodicals. 
Address: Colin wood, Richmond St., Ash ton- 
under-Lyne. P. 

MOORE, Frederick John, J.P.; b. at Devon- 

port ; tn. Ellen A. Poad, of Devonport ; one s. 
two d. Quarry Owner ; Lime and Stone 
Merchant. J.P. for Devon. Local Preacher 
for 36 years; Circuit Steward; Trustees 
Treas., &c. Address: Petherwyn, Elburton, 
Plymouth. W. 

MOORE, Rev. John ; b. 1855, at Hindley Green ; 
tn. Mary, d. of William Whitham, of Burnley, 
Lanes ; one s. one d. Educ. Manchester Coll. ; 
Victoria Univ. ; e. m. 1878. Sec. of Ashville 
Coll., Harrogate, 1897-1907 ; Corresponding 
Sec. of U.M.F.C. 1903-7 ; Home Missionary 
Sec. 1904-7 ; Home Missionary Sec. of U.M. 
Church, 1907-11 ; Century Fund Sec., Ex 
tension Sec., Circuit Furnishing Fund Sec. 
Recreation: Golf. Address: 30 Coppice 
Road, Nottingham. U. 

MOORE, Rev. John Monroe, Ph.D., D.D. ; b. 

Jan. 27, 1867, at Morgantown, Butler Co., 
Kentucky ; s. of Joseph A. Moore and 
Martha A. Hampton ; tn. (1901), Bessie 
Harris, of San Antonio, Texas. Educ. 
Lebanon Univ., Yale Univ., Univ. of 
Leipzig, and Univ. of Heidelberg; was 
granted Ph.D. by Yale Univ., 1895 ; 
honorary degree of D.D. was conferred by 
Central Coll., 1909; Sec. of Home Missions, 
M.E. Church South ; Managing Editor of 
Christian Advocate (Nashville), 1906-9; 
Pastor of St. John s Church, St. Lewis, 1909-10 ; 
elected Hon. Sec., 1010 ; was Member of 
Joint Hymnal Commission on The Methodist 
Hymnal ; Member of Gen. Conference, 1906 ; 
of Oecumenical Conference, 1911 ; Editor of 
Daily Advocate of Gen. Conference, 1910 ; 
elected Member of Southern Soc. for Philo 
sophy and Psychology, 1910. Publication : 
Etchings of the East. Address : 810 Broad 
way, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. M. E. Ch. S. 
MOORE, Rev. Oliver T. ; b. July si, i860, at 
Aledo, 111., U.S.A.; [s. of Charles W. and 
Sarah Moore ; m. Anna L. Carlisle, of Crete, 
Nebraska ; two s. Educ. Aledo High School 



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and Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 
111.; North-western Univ.; e. m. 1888. 
Sec. and Registrar of Nebr. Conference since 
1900. Address: Edgar, Nebraska. M.E. Ch. 

MOORE, Rev. T. Albert, D.D.; b. June 20, 

I860, at Acton, Ont. ; s. of Edward and 
Elizabeth Moore ; m. 1st, Mary Melissa 
Newton, of Woodstock, Ont. (one s. one d.) ; 
2nd, Annie I^aura Forster, of Palmerston, 
Ont. (two d.). Educ. Acton public schools 
and Georgetown Acad.; Doctor of Divinity, 
We3. Theol. Coll., Montreal, 1910 (honoris 
causa) ; e. m. 1880. Publisher and Editor 
of Acton Free Press for several years. Chair 
man of Dists., 1892-8 ; Sec. of Hamilton 
Conference 1898, Pres. 1902 ; Del. to Gen. 
Conference, 1898, 1902, 1906, 1910 ; Sec. of 
Gen. Conference, 1906, 1910 ; Gen. Sec. of 
lord s Day Alliance of Canada, 1903-10 ; 
Gen. Sec. of Department Temperance and 
Moral Reform of the Canadian Meth. Church, 
elected by 1910 Gen. Conference. Editor of 
The Methodist Discipline, 190G and 1910. 
Address: 228 Confederation I,ife Building, 
Toronto, Canada. C. 

MOORE, Thomas Ivor, F.S.I., A.M.I.C.E., 

A.I.E.E., M.S.A. ; b. 1858, at Newport, Mon ; 
s. of I^awrence Bartholomew Moore ; m. 
Florence Gertrude, d. of Dr. Thomas Brown, 
of Kennington Park; one s. Educ. Bedford 
schools. Assist. Director of Barrack Con 
struction, War Office ; Fellow of the Imperial 
Institute ; Member of Education Com. ; 
Member of the Army and Navy Board ; and 
formerly Member of the Woking School Board. 
Addresses : 80 Pall Mall, S.W. ; The Woodlands, 
Woking. W. 

MOORE, Rev. W illiam Henry ; b. Sept. 21 , is 73 , 

at Cleckheaton, Yorks ; s. of Thomas Moore ; 
m. Ellen Spence, of Cleckheaton. Educ. 
Cleckheaton National school and I,,eeds ; 
Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1900. Address: 
Akroydon Villas, Chester Road, Halifax. W. 

MORAN, Rev. Francis, M.A. ; b. Oct. 18, 1859, at 

Clonakilty, Co. Cork ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Moran; m. Josephine Whitley, of Skerries, 
Co. Dublin ; two s. one d. Educ. Wes. 
Connexional School; Trinity Coll., Dublin; 
ex-Sizar, ex-Scholar and Moderator in Mathe 
matics ; First Honourman in Experimental 
Science ; Senior Exhibitioner, Prizeman in 
English literature and in Hebrew ; e. m. 1885. 
Examiner in Mathematics under the Board of 
Intermediate Education, Ireland. Address: 
Adare, Co. limerick. W. 
MORAN, Rev. Thomas; b. April is, 1858, at 
Maryboro, Ireland ; s. of Rev. Thomas Moran ; 
m. Frances, d. of Charles Gilbert, of Tallyho 
House, Co. Wicklow. Educ. Wesley Coll., 
Dublin; Meth. Coll., Belfast ; e.m.lSSO. Wes. 
Chap, to the Troops, Curragh Camp 1889-1895, 
and to the Naval and Military Forces at Queens- 
town Harbour and other Naval Ports on the 



S. and W. Coast of Ireland for the past eight 
years ; opened up the Meth. Naval work at 
Berehaven and other Naval Ports in the S.W. 
of Ireland ; was the first Free Church Minister 
who obtained permission to conduct parade 
services on board H.M. Ships. Publications : 
Corporal Stanley and his Comrades ; Bravo ! 
Sergeant Campbell ; Jack Ashore ; Tarbarrel 
Tim, &c. Recreations: Walking and boating. 
Address: Wesleyan Chaplain, Queenstown, 
Co. Cork. W. 

MORDEY, Mark, J.P. ; b. July 5, 1849, at New 
port, Mon ; s. of William Mark Mordey, of 
Sunderland ; m. 1871, Mary Jane Wilkins, of 
Tenby ; five c. Educ. Public school, New 
port. Shipbuilder. Aid. and J.P. for Newport 
and Mon. Chapel and Soc. Steward ; Trustee 
for 43 years ; attended all Conferences ; 
Rep. and ex-officio member for 27 years ; 
Member of different Connexional Corns. 
Recreations: Golf and yachting. Address: 
Jesmond, Newport, Mon. U. 

MORETON, Rev. Robert Hawkey ; b. Jan. in, 

1844, at Buenos Aires ; s. of Robert and Susan 
Moreton ; m. Agnes Mary, d. of Francis Ban- 
field, of Scilly Isles ; three s. three d. Educ. 
private schools, Buenos Aires; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1866. First Wes. Meth. Minister 
appointed to Portugal ; after over three years 
in the Home work, arrived at Oporto in Feb. 
1871, and has been the Supt. of the work in 
Portugal ever since ; April 18, 1910, elected 
by Com. of the B. & F. Bible Soc. Honorary 
Governor of the Soc. for I,ife. Publications : 
Translations into Portuguese of Chiniquy s 
Priest, Woman, and Confessional, and Edith 
O Gorman s Convent I,ife Unveiled ; also on 
Com. for N.T. translation for the B. & F. Bible 
Soc. ; Co-Editor and Manager for four years 
of A Reforma, and at present Co-Editor of 
A lyUz e Verdade ; has written many con 
troversial and other articles and tracts in 
Portuguese. Recreations: Bee-keeping, micro 
scopy, and a little botany. Address: 174 
Rua da Piedade, Oporto, Portugal. W. 

MORGAN, Cyril Frank ; b. Sept. 18, 1886, at 

Enfield, Condon; s. of Rev. E. Morgan, 
Padgate, Warrington. Educ. Municipal 
Coll., Derby; Manchester Univ. Solicitor. 
Capt. of Boys Ijfe Brigade at Irwell St. 
Mission ; acting as Poor Man s lawyer for 
Univ. Settlement; Member of Manchester 
S.S. Union Executive Com. ; Member of 
Connexional Boys Com. Address: 57 King 
St., Manchester. W. 

MORGAN, Rev. Ebenezer ; b. April 6, 1851, 

at Aberystwyth ; s. of John Morgan ; m. May 
Hickling, of Small Heath, Birmingham ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Grammar School, Aberystwyth ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1874. Contributor to 
Connexional literature. Publications : Christ 
at the Well ; The Calls of God ; Why am I 



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a Methodist ? ; Articles in S.S. Magazine, &c. 
Recreation: Walking. Address: Padgate, 
Warrington. W. 

MORGAN, Rev. John Hugh ; b. Jan. 8, 1844, at 
Aberystwyth ; s. of John Morgan, of Aberyst- 
wyth; m. Emiline, d. of John Hibbert, of 
Cardiff; one s. one d. Educ. Grammar 
School, Aberystwyth ; Didsbury Coll ; e. m. 
1864. Member of Second and Fourth Oecu 
menical Conferences; Elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1907; Ex-Chairman of York and 
Exeter, and Chairman of Kent Dists. Publi 
cations : Echoes of the Word ; Epworth 
League ; Christian Workers Association ; 
The Cistern and the Fountain, &c. Ad 
dress : 90 Cheriton Road, Folkestone. W. 

MORGAN, Rev. Llewelyn; b. 1872, at Port 

Talbot ; s. of Thomas Morgan ; m. Alice, d. 
of Evan Davies Treherbert; two s. one d. 
Stud, at Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1898 ; Tem 
perance Sec. of S. Wales Dist. Publications : 
History of Wesleyan Cause at Trefeglwys ; 
History of Methodism in Aberystwyth. Ad 
dress : Tredegar. W. 

MORGAN, Rev. Richard (B) ; s. of Rees and 
Margaret Morgan, Taliesin ; m. M. J., d. 
of J. Lloyd Humphreys, Cambrian House, 
Llanfaircareinion ; six c. Educ. Lloyd s 
Grammar School, Merthyr ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1878. Publication: Esboniad ar Tr 
Epistol at yr Ephesiaid. Address: Aberyst 
wyth. W. 

MORGAN, Sydney Hubert, A.M. inst. C.E. ; Mem. 

Inst. Municipal and County Engineers; b. 
Feb. 8, 1883, at Bolton-le-Moors ; s. of Rev. 
E. Morgan, Padgate, Warrington. Educ. 
Leys School ; Birmingham Univ. Engineer 
and Surveyor to Prestwich U.D. Council. 
Major of 2nd Manchester Batt., and Chairman 
of Lanes and Cheshire Div. Council of the 
Boys Life Brigade ; Class-leader at Irwell 
St. Mission; Member of B.L-B. Executive 
and of the Connexional S.S. Dept. Corns. ; 
Hon. Lay Sec. of Connexional Boys Com. 
Address: 3 Clark s Hill, Prestwich, Man 
chester. W. 

MORLEY, William James, F.R.I.B.A.; b. 

at Garforth, nr. Leeds ; s. of George Morley ; 
m. Annie Brook, of Bradford ; six s. two d. 
Educ. Leeds Grammar School. Architect, in 
partnership with son in Bradford ( W. J. Morley 
& Son) ; has been Poor, Society, and Circuit 
Steward ; S.S. Supt. ; four times Rep. to Con 
ference ; Trustee of several chapels ; Architect 
of many chapels, mission halls, &c., including 
Central Hall (Manchester), Eastbrook (Brad 
ford), Linacre (Bootle), and Albert Hall and 
Aston Inst., Manchester. Address : Fulton 
Lodge, 14 Park Drive, Bradford, Yorks. W. 

MORLEY, Rev. William, D.D. ; b. Aug. 14, 1842, 

at Orston, Notts, Eng. ; s. of William Morley, 
Tailor, and Meth. Steward and Class-leader ; 
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m. 1st, 1867, Hannah Watson, only d. of Rev. 
G. Buttle, Wes. Minister, N.Z. ; 2nd, 1903, 
Grace H. Webster, Nelson, N.Z. ; four s. 
three d. Educ. Private schools and Wes. day 
school, Newark, Notts; Dr. Kessen s Coll., 
Islington conducted preparatory to 3rd 
Branch of Theol. Institution ; e. m. 1863. 
For nine years Connexional Sec. ; twice Pres. 
of New Zealand Conference, and in 1894 
Pres. of Gen. Conference of Australasia ; 
organized and raised the Church Building 
Fund of New Zealand, and Connexional 
Insurance Fund ; for last nine years has been 
Managing Treas. of Supernumerary Ministers 
and Ministers Widows Fund of Meth. Church 
of Australasia. Publications: History of 
Methodism in New Zealand; Maori and 
European Churches, with Illustrations and 
Portraits. Pamphlets : The Doctrinal and 
Ecclesiastical Position of the Methodist 
Church ; Australasian Methodism : Its Posi 
tion, Needs, and Outlook. Recreations : 
Walking, study of Meth. History, Polity, and 
Foreign Missions generally. Address : Doona 
Avenue, Kew, Melbourne, Australia. A. 

MORRIS, Rev. George, B.A. ; b. April 9, 1880, 

at Granville, P.E. Island, Canada ; s. of Cyrus 
and Sarah Montgomery Morris, of Granville, 
P.E. Island ; m. Florence Virtine Frost, B.A., 
G.M., of Evanston, 111. Educ. Sackville 
Acad. and Mount Allison Univ., Sackville, 
N.B.; e. m. 1902, on probation; ordained, 
June 1910. Recreations: Walking and 
cycling. Address: Campbelltown, N.B. 
Canada. C. 

MORRIS, George Joseph, M.A. (Queen s Univ., 

Ireland) ; b. Oct. 25, 1849, at Bangalore, 
Mysore ; s. of Rev. Joseph Morris and Harriet, 
y. d. of George Brasher, of Wilton, Salisbury ; 
m. Caroline Julia, e. d. of George T. Jerram, 
of Highbury Hill, N. Educ. Kingswood School, 
Bath ; Eldon House, Clapham, S.W. ; Queen s 
Coll., Belfast. Archivist. Assist. Keeper of the 
Public Records, 1905. Local Preacher since 
1872 ; twice Rep. to Conference ; Member of 
Schools Fund Com. since 1894 ; Education 
Com. 1897, &c. ; Pres. of Old Boys Union, 
1906. Editor of Calendar (Official) of Patent 
Rolls of Richard II, &c. Recreations : Cycl ing, 
reading, and touring. Address: Bangalore, 
Harrington Road, Preston, Brighton. W. 

MORRIS, Rev. James; b. NOV. 9, 1847, at 

Tavistock ; s. of George Morris, Tavistock. 
Devon ; m. Mary Hawkins, of Weston, Berks ; 
one s. three d. Educ. British School, Tavis 
tock ; Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 1870. 
Address : Whiddon Down, Okehampton. U. 

MORRIS, Rev. J. Scholefield ; b. Dec. 10, 1863, 

at Gainsborough ; s. of Rev. Joseph Morris. 
Educ. City of London and Kingswood Schools ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1889 ; Transvaal, 1892- 
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1900. Address: Wesley Manse, Sleaford 
Road, Boston. W. 

MORRIS, William ; b. Nov. 11, 1866, at Bilston, 
Staffs ; s. of Joseph and Isabella Eden 
Morris ; m. Ellen Pothan, of Wolverhampton ; 
one s. Educ. National school. Grocer and 
Provision Dealer. Circuit Steward ; Soc. 
Steward for 16-17 years; Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, S.S. Supt., Bible-class Deader, 
&c. Recreation: Gardening. Address: 17 
Bridge Street, Brecon. W. 

MORRISON, Rev. James ; b. Jan. i, 1843, at 

Echlinville, Co. Down, Ireland; s. of Robert 
and Margaret Morrison ; m. Julia, d. of Joseph 
Thackray, of Leeds ; one s. Educ. Irish 
National School ; Glasgow Univ. ; e. m. 1867. 
Recreation : Cycling. Address : Raby Avenue, 
Barnard Castle. W. 

MORSE, L. tapper, J.P.; b. May 24, 1853, 
at Stratton St. Margaret, Swindon, Wilts ; 
s. of Charles Morse ; nt. Winifred Humphries, 
of Broad Hinton ; two s. four d. Educ. 
Privately. Merchant; M.P. (I,.) South 
Wilts, 1906-9 ; Vice-Pres. of Conference, 
1896 ; Member of Oecumenical Conferences, 
Washington, Condon, and Toronto ; County 
Alderman for Wilts; J.P. for Wilts and 
Borough of Swindon. Recreations : Gardening 
and golf. Address : The Croft, Swindon, 
Wilts. Clubs : Reform ; National liberal. P. 

MORSE, William Edward ; b. at Haverford- 

west, 1864. Local Preacher since 1884 ; Class- 
leader since 1892 ; Ex-Circuit Steward ; S.S. 
Supt. Governor of Tasker s (Endowed) High 
School. Address : Rock Cottage, Haverford- 
west. W. 

MORT, Rev. Samuel ; b. June 3, 1850, at Frod- 
sham, Cheshire; s. of Samuel Mort; m. 
Fanny Parker, of Sevenoaks, Kent; two s. 
Educ. Privately ; Didsbury Coll. ; e, tn. 1873. 
Recreation: Photography. Address: Alexan 
dra House, The Mall, Newport, I.W. W. 

MORTIMER, Rev. Ephraim ; b. Aug. so, 1861, at 

Morley ; s. of M. Mortimer; tn. Jessie F. H., 

d. of Major Forbes, B.S.C. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Leeds ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1883, 
Twenty years Missionary in India. Address : 
Knottingley, Yorks. W. 

MORTON, Rev. Harold Christopherson, B.A. 

(Lond.) ; b. Nov. 18, 1870, at Bradford ; s. of 
Rev. Robert Morton ; nt. Elizabeth, d. of 
Joseph Thomas, of St. Michael s Mount; two 
s. one d. Educ. City of London ; Kingswood ; 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield; Richmond Coll.; 

e. m. 1891. Pres. of F.C.C. at Ilford, Derby, 
and Eastbourne. Contributor to the Secular 
and Religious Press. Recreations: Gardening, 
walking, and golf. Address : 33 Hartfield 
Road, Eastbourne. W. 

MORTON, Rev. Robert H. A. ; b. Dec. 11, 1867, 
at Burslem ; s. of Rev. Robert Morton ; tn. 



Ethel Lila Tilly, of Forest Gate ; one s. two d. 
City of Condon School ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1888. Recreation: Gardening. Ad 
dress: Wesley House, Banwell, Somerset. W. 

MORTON, Thomas Hancock ; b. Sept. 1852, at 

Sheffield ; s. of John Morton ; m. Mary 
Catherine, d. of Rev. Alexander T. James, and 
niece of Dr. James, of London ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Sheffield Royal Grammar School. 
Gold and Silver Refiner. Most church offices, 
including S.S. Supt., Circuit Treas. to Foreign 
Missions, and Circuit Steward; Rep. to 
Conference at Bristol. Recreation : Golf. 
Address : Sharrow, Shepherds Hill, High- 
gate, N. W. 

MOSCROP, Rev. Thomas ; b. i860, at Bacup ; 

s. of Samuel Moscrop, of Bolton ; m. Emma 
Ellen, d. of James Duckers, of St. Anne s ; one 
s. one d. Stud. Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1882. 
Missionary in S. Ceylon, 1883-1900 ; Principal 
of Wesley Coll., Colombo, for five years; Chair 
man of Colombo Dist. for six years. Publica 
tions: Life of Christ, and other works in 
Sinhalese ; part author of Ceylon and its 
Methodism ; The Kingdom Without Frontiers. 
Address: Sunnyside, Gledholt, Huddersfield. 
W. 

MOSELEY, Rev. Frederick Charles ; b. Sept. ie, 

1848, at Huddersfield ; s. of Robert Moseley, 
Bunbury, Cheshire ; m. Martha, 3rd d. of 
C. T. Snow, of Beverley ; two d. Educ. The 
Crescent Congregational day school, Liver 
pool, and privately ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1873. Address : Wath-upon-Dearne, Rother- 
ham. W. 

MOSELEY, Rev. William Henry ; b. Dec. 1, 

1844, at Pontefract ; s. of Richard and Jane 
Moseley, of Loscoe Grange, Pontefract, and 
afterwards Clapham, London ; m. 1st, 
Margaret Ann, d. of James Nicholson, of 
Carlisle; 2nd, Mary Skaife, d. of Robert 
Wray, of Leeds and Boston Spa ; two s. 
Educ. Mr. Friedlander s School, Clapham 
Common ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1867. 
Chairman of Isle of Man Dist., 1908-11. 
Publications: Magazine and Newspaper 
Articles, Booklets, and Tracts. Recreations : 
Using woodman s axe, climbing English and 
Swiss mountains. Address : West View 
House, Ilkley. W. 

MOSS, Rev. Richard Waddy, D.D. ; b. 1850, at 

Shirley, nr. Southampton ; s, of Rev. W. S. F. 
Moss; m. Agnes E., d. of James Thatcher; 
one s. Educ. New Kingswood School ; e. m. 
1869. Elected to Legal Hundred, 1899; 
Theological Tutor, Didsbury Coll. ; Del. to 
Gen. Conference of Meth. Epis. Church of 
America, 1904. Publications : From Malachi 
to Matthew ; The Discipline of the Soul ; The 
Range of Christian Experience (Fernley 
Lecture, 1898) ; The Scene of our Lord s Life ; 
Life of Dr. W. B. Pope. Address : Didsbury 
College, Manchester. W. 

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MOSS, William Harry; b. Jan. 2, mo, at 

Hitchin ; s. of William B. Moss, of Hitchin ; 
m. Fanny, e. d. of W. P. Tetley ; five s. two d. 
Educ. W. F. Piggott s School, Ramsgate. 
Grocer. Member of the Firm of W. B. Moss 
& Sons, of the Home Counties and Yorks. 
I/xal Preacher, Class-leader, Trustee, Ex- 
Circuit Steward, Member of I^eeds Synod, and 
Rep. to Conference, 1909. Address : Wyth- 
burn, Otley, Yorks. W. 

MOSSOP, Rev. John Parker ; b. Sept. 20, 1856, 

at Whitehaven ; m. e. d. of Aid. J. D. Fairless, 
J.P., of Sunderland ; one s. three d. Educ. 
Marine School, Whitehaven ; Sunderland Coll. ; 
e. m. 1879. Address: The Manse, Rothwell, 
I^eds. P. 

MOSSOP, Thomas J b. Sept. 18, 1857, at Durban, 
Natal, South Africa ; s. of James and Annie 
Mossop ; m. Mary J. Tregidga, of Mowbray, 
South Africa ; three s. four d. Educ. Gray 
Town, Natal. Circuit Steward, Cape Town 
Circuit for past six years, Trustee and Treas. 
of Rosebank Church for about 20 years; 
Rep. to Conference three times ; has been 
Soc. and Poor Steward ; Mayor of Mowbray, 
1907-8 ; Chairman of Rondebosch and 
Mowbray Cottage Hospital Board ; Chairman 
of Mowbray Public School, &c. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address : Bollihope, Rhodes 
Avenue, Mowbray, South Africa. S.A. 

MOULTON, Rev. James Hope, M.A. (Cantab.), 
D.I,it. (Ivond.), D.D. (Edin.), D.C.I,. (Durham), 
D.Theol. (Berlin); b. Oct. 11, 1863, at 
Richmond Coll.; s. of Rev. William F. 
Moulton, M.A., D.D., President of the Con 
ference, 1890, and first Head Master of The 
I<eys; m. Eliza Keeling, e. d. of Rev. G. 
R. Osborn, g. d. of the Revs. Dr. Osborn and 
Isaac Keeling, both Presidents of the Confer 
ence ; two s. one d. Educ. The I,eys and 
King s Coll., Camb. ; Fell, of King s 
Coll. 1888-94 ; e. m. 1886. The fourth genera 
tion of ministers on his father s side. Both 
grandfathers were in ministry, and his great- 
great-great-grandfather was John Bakewell, 
author of Hail, Thou once despised Jesus. 
His children, are lineal descendants of nine 
Wesleyan ministers. Master at The l^eys, 1886- 
1902 ; then Tutor at Didsbury Coll. in N.T. 
subjects; elected to I^egal Hundred, 1904; 
on Theological Faculty of Manchester Univ., 
where in 1908 appointed Greenwood Prof, of 
Hellenistic Greek and Indo-European Philo 
logy. In Oct. 1910 received the doctorate 
in Theology from Berlin Univ. at its centenary 
celebration, in recognition of his continuation 
of his father s work upon the Greek of the New 
Testament. Publications : Grammar of N.T. 
Greek, vol. i. (Prolegomena), now translated 
into German ; Early Religious Poetry of 
Persia; art. Zoroastrianism, in Hastings 
Diet, of Bible; also an Introduction to 
N.T. Greek, Visions of Sin, Two lectures 

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on the Science of language, and numerous 
contributions to Expositor, Expository Times, 
Classical Review, Hibbert Journal, I<ondon 
Quarterly, &c. Address : Didsbury College, 
Manchester. W. 

MOULTON, Rev. W. Fiddian, M.A. (Cantab.) ; b. 
Aug. 5, 1866, at Richmond ; s. of Dr. W. F. 
Moulton, of Cambridge; m. Miss Collins, of 
I^eeds. Educ. The I,eys and St. John s 
Coll., Camb. ; e. m. 1897. Univ. Ex 
tension I<ecturer, 1890-1 ; lecturer to 
I^verpool Board of Biblical Studies, 1907-9. 
Publications : Memoir of Dr. W. F. Moulton ; 
The Old World and the New Faith; Joint 
Author with Rev. Dr. Whitley, of Studies in 
Modern Christendom. Recreations : Cricket 
and golf. Address : The Manse, Hathersage, 
Sheffield. W. 

MOULTON, Rev. Wilfrid Johnson, M.A. (Can- 
tab.) ; b. Jan. 8, 1871, at Dovercourt, Essex ; 
s. of Rev. Ebenezer Moulton (B). Educ. 
Kingswood School, The 3+eys, and Clare Coll., 
Camb. ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1893. 
Tutor in Systematic Theology, Headingley 
Coll. ; Tutor in O.T. languages and literature, 
and Philosophy, 1903-10; Fernley I^ec- 
turer, 1909. Publications : The Witness of 
Israel (Fernley lecture) ; Contributions to 
Hastings One- Volume Bible Dictionary, and 
Dummelow s One- Volume Bible Commentary. 
Address : Headingley College, I^eeds. W. 

MOUNFIELD, Arthur; b. April 14, 1871, at 
Warrington ; s. of Joseph Mounfield. Archi 
tect. Preacher since 1888 ; Editor of In 
dependent Methodist since 1901; Chairman 
of Foreign Mission Board of Ind. Meth. 
Churches. Publications : The Beginnings of 
Total Abstinence; A Short History of 
Independent Methodism ; A Village Cen 
tenary; The Parables of Caleb Cobbleall ; 
Address: Epworth, Whitefield Road, War 
rington. /. 

MOUNSTEPHEN, William Henry ; b. NOV. 8, 

1868, at Devonport; s. of George Moun- 
stephen; m. Elizabeth H., d. of James C. 
Brewer, Ex-Circuit Steward; two d. Educ. 
Devonport High School, feather Merchant. 
Member of the Education Authority and Dis 
tress Com. of the County Borough Council ; 
Governor of the Blind Institution ; Hon Sec. 
of Devonport Mercantile Assoc. (Incorporated). 
Circuit Steward, Trustee Steward, Sec. of 
Quarterly Meeting, Choirmaster for 20 years, 
Circuit Treas. of Foreign Missions, Treas. of 
Dist. Wesley Guild Council, Member of Foreign 
Missionary Synod Com., &c. Address : 5 
Norman Avenue, Stoke, Devonport. W. 

MOUNTEER, Rev. H. V. ; b. May 16, 1857, at 
Hope, Ont. ; s. of Chas. Mounteer and Eliza 
Grant ; m. 1887, Annie Rehill, of Janetville, 
Ont. ; three s. Educ. Cobourg Coll. Inst. 
and Wes. Theol. Coll. and McGill Univ., 



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Montreal ; e. m. 1882. Sec. of Conference, 
1906 ; Chairman of Cannington and Madoc 
Dists. ; Del. to Gen. Conference, 1906 
and 1910. Recreations : Travelling, camping, 
and hunting. Address: Madoc, Ontario, 
Canada. C. 

MOUNTFORD, Rev. Mountford Wyche, B.A. 
(Dunelm) ; b. Sept. 18, 1855, at Tenterden, 
Kent; s. of Rev. Josiah Mountford and Mar 
garet Wyche; m. Edith M. I,., d. of Rev. 
Humphrey Hughes ; two d. Educ. Kingswood 
School ; e. m. 1880. Principal of Boys High 
School, Gold Coast, W. Africa, 1880-3. Re 
creations : Music, cycling, and tennis. A d- 
dress : Richmond, Penzance. W. 

MOUZON, Bishop Edwin D., A.B., D.D., LL.D. 

b. May 19, 1869, at Spartanburg, S. Caro 
lina, U.S.A. ; s. of Samuel Cogswell and 
Harriet Peurifoy Mouzon ; m. 1890, Mary 
Elizabeth Mike, of Bryan, Texas; two s. 
three d. Educ. Spartanburg, S. Carolina ; 
A.B. of class of 89, Wofford College ; e. m. 
1889. For 19 years preacher in charge of 
various stations ; for two years Prof, of 
Theology in South -Western Univ., George 
town, Texas ; elected Bishop at Gen. Con 
ference, 1910. Publications : Conquering 
Forces of the Kngdom, containing sermons by 
the late Bishop Seth Ward, D.D., together with 
a sketch of his life. Recreation : The com 
panionship of family and friends. Address : 
116 East Agarita Avenue, San Antonio, 
Texas. M.E. Ch.S. 

MOWSON, Rev. Charles William ; b. Aug. 21, 

1864, at Moulton, Lines; s. of Robert and 
Elizabeth Barnes Mowson ; m. B. E. Topham 
Smith, of Macclesfield; three s. four d. 
Educ, Whaplode School; Didsbury Coll.; 
e. m. 1889. Fifteen years Missionary service 
in Transvaal. Publication : Golden South 
Africa. Address: 54 Queen Street, Horn- 
castle. W. 
MULLER, Rev. Louis Conrad, B.D. (Drew Theoi. 

Seminary), D.D. (Dickinson Coll.) ; b. July 12, 
1849, at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. ; s. 
of Louis and Eudocia G. Muller ; m. Carrie 
M. Slaughter, of Baltimore ; six c. Educ. 
Public schools, private tutors, and Drew, 
Seminary ; e. m. in Baltimore Conference, 
1871. At one time Pastor of Grace M.E. 
Ch., Baltimore, Adams Avenue, Scranton, 
Pa., and leading churches in Newark Con 
ference, and Dist. Supt. Peterson Dist., 
Newark Conference. Address : The Hamil 
ton, Hamilton and Smith Streets, Paterson, 
New Jersey, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

MUNT, George William; b. Dec. 1834, at 

Westminster ; m. 1st, Elizabeth Martha, sister 
of Alfred Dyet, of Saunders, Dyet & Saunders, 
Wholesale Stationers, Cannon St., E.C. ; 
three s. ; 2nd, Margaret Jane, d. of Robert 
Hobbs, of Tottenham, Class-leader, &c. 
Educ. Privately. Has held many church and 



public offices ; Class-leader, &c. ; Foreign Mis 
sionary Treas. of 1st London Dist. ; Del. to 
Oecumenical Conference, Washington, 1891 ; 
several times Rep. to Conference ; a Treas. 
of National Children s Home and Orphanage. 
Address: Oak wood, Haslemere Road, Crouch 
End, N. W. 

MURDICK, Rev. Perry Harvey; 6 . July 8 

1879, at Peru, Vermont, U.S.A. ; s. of Olivti 
Perry and Ellen Adele Murdick ; m. Ruby W. 
Magie, of Elizabeth, N.J. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Keene, N.H.,and Boston Univ. ; Drew 
Theol. Seminary ; e. m. in Newark Confer 
ence, 1903. Publication: Collaborator in 
Book of travel with Rev. A. H. Tuttle, D.D. 
Recreation: Golf. Address: 14 Prospect 
Street, South Orange, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

MURPHY, Rev. Edward ; b. July 20, 1852, at 

Hanley, Staffs; s. of Edward Murphy and 
Anne Turner, of Chester ; m. Elizabeth, d. of 
Charles Shaw, of Newton House, Tattenhall, 
Chester ; three s. two d. Educ. Alleyne s 
Grammar School, Uttoxeter ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1875. Sec. of Carlisle Dist. 1907-9. 
Frequent contributor to Magazines. Re 
creations : Walking, shooting, fishing, and 
photography. Address : Leacroft, Belper. W. 

MUSSON, Rev. William ; b. Feb. 8, 1868, at 

Thame, Oxon ; s. of Eber Musson ; m. Lisel 
Denny, of Holly Cottage, Wandsworth ; two s. 
three d. Educ. Lord Williams s Grammar 
School, Thame ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1892. 
Missionary in S. China, returned 1899 ; 
Founded Wes. S.S. Home, Hong Kong, 1894. 
Recreation: Agriculture. Address: Stoke 
Ferry, Norfolk. W. 

MYATT, James IbbS ; b. March 29, 1840, at 
Fenton, Staffs ; s. of James Myatt, and 
Hannah, d. of John Ibbs, of Longton ; m. 
Mary, d. of Thomas Cope, China Manufacturer, 
of Longton, Staffs; one d. Educ. Private 
schools, Longton, Staffs. Railway Audit 
Accountant for nearly 52 years. S.S. Teacher 
since 11 years of age ; M.N.C. Member at 15 ; 
Local Preacher and Class-leader at 21 ; Band 
of Hope Speaker for 40 years ; Trustee, Treas., 
&c. ; Staffs Rep. on Council of S.S. Union ; 
Pres. of Local F.C.C. and ex-Pres. of N.S. 
Assoc. of S.S. Unions, and of N.S. Federa 
tion of Free Churches ; three times Rep. 
to Conference. Member of Fenton Town 
Council for seven years, and of Education 
and other Corns. Address : 42 Grove Road, 
Fenton, Staffs. U. 

MYERS, Rev. Arthur; b. April -26, 1869, at 

Arthington, nr. Leeds; s. of George Myers; 
m. Kate Robinson, of Leeds ; two s. Educ. 
Burnside School, Ilkley ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1893. Now in charge of Oxford Road Chapel, 
Manchester. Publications : Articles in Wes. 
periodicals. Recreation : Cycling. Address: 
26 Acomb Street, C.-on-M., Manchester. W 

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NANCE, Rev. Francis James, M.A. (Lond.) ; b. 

Nov. 26, 1857, at Camborne, Cornwall, Eng. ; 
s. of Rev James Nance ; nt. Margaret, d. of 
Richard B. Lyth, M.R.C.S., York ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1881. Removed to 
Australia as Pres. of Indies Coll.,Launceston, 
1890. Address: Malvern, Victoria. A. 

NA8T, Rev. Albert Julius, M.A., D.D.; b. 

April 4, 1846, at Cincinnati, O., U.S.A. ; s. of 
Rev. William Nast, D.D., and Margaret Eliza 
McDowell; m. 1st, 1876, Sarah McDermott, 
of Berea, Ohio (deceased), one d. ; 2nd, 1896, 
Alice G. Kendall, of Cincinnati, O. Educ. 
Boys School, Kornthal, Wiirtemberg ; Gen. 
Wes. Seminary, Lima, N.Y. ; German Wallace 
Coll., Berea, Ohio; Wes. Univ., Middletown, 
Conn., A.B. and M.A. in course ; D.D. honoris 
causa, Wes. Univ. 1907 ; e. m. 1869. Pres. of 
Board of Trustees, German Wallace Coll., 
Berea, Ohio, 1903- ; Pres. of Board of 
Trustees, William Nast Coll., Kiukiang, 
China; Fraternal Del. to Gen. Conference, 
Evangelical Assoc., 1907. Editor of Der 
Christliche Apologete, Cin., Ohio, 1892- ; 
Del. to Gen. Conferences, M.E. Ch., 1896, 
1900, 1904, 1908, 1912 ; Del. to Oecumenical 
Meth. Conferences of 1901 and 1911. 
Recreation: Photography. Address: 222 
West Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio., U.S.A. 
M,E. Ch. 

NATTRASS, Rev. James Conder, B.A., B.D.; 

b. Aug. 1, 1852, at Westgate, Weardale; s. 
of Featherstone Nattrass ; m. Hannah, d. of 
Benjamin Clark, of Bilston ; one s. one d. 
Stud. Didsbury Coll. ; London and Aberdeen 
Univs. ; e. m. 1879. Has written a large 
number of Hymn-tunes, several of which 
have appeared in Methodist and other Tune- 
books. Contributor to Preacher s Magazine 
and other periodicals ; Senior Editor of W.H.S. 
Proceedings. Address: Leybourne Villa, 
The Peth, Durham. W. 

NAYLOR, Rev. S.Wilson, D.D. ; 6. Jan. 7, 1864, 

at Tecumseh, Kansas; s. of Osborn and 
Mary E. Naylor ; m. Helen H. Fairneld, of 
Alma, Kansas. Educ. Topeka, Kansas, and 
Boston, Mass. ; Washburn Coll. (A.B.); Boston 
Univ. School of Theology (S.T.B.); f.m. 1893. 
Prof, of Biblical literature, Lawrence Coll. ; 
Pres. of The Chautauqua Tours, a company 
that promotes educational European travel ; 
Prof, of Biblical Literature, Lawrence Coll., 
since 1904. Publication : Daybreak in the 
Dark Continent. Recreation : European 
travel every summer. Address : Appleton, 
Wisconsin, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 
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NAYLOR, Rev. Thomas ; b. March 18, 1853, at 

Owersby, Market Rasen, Lines ; s. of Sander 
son and Frances Naylor ; m. Helen Hancock, 
of Sandbach, Cheshire ; two s. Educ. Village 
school ; e. m. 1876. Recreation : Natural 
History. Address : West View, Great Har- 
wood, Blackburn. U. 

NAYLOR, Rev. Thomas, B.A. (Lond.); b. Dec. 3, 
1875, at Ingham, nr. Lincoln ; s. of William 
Joseph Naylor; m. Louisa Ann Bayles, of 
Welton, nr. Lincoln ; one s. two d. Educ. 
Lincoln Grammar School ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1898. Recreation: Golf. Address: 
Sidcup, Kent. W. 

NAZARIAN, Rev. Arakel H., B.A. ; b. at Har- 

poot, Turkey ; s. of Hovhannes ; m. Alice 
Heath, of Putnam, Conn. ; three d. Educ. 
Boston Univ. ; College of Liberal Arts ; 
e. m. 1892. Now tenth year in Chelsea as 
pastor, during which tune church burned 
down twice, and rebuilt both times free of 
debt. Address: 30 Bellingham St., Chel 
sea, Mass. M.E. Ch. 

NEAVE, Frederick George, LL.D. (Lond.) ; 6. 

July 15, 1865, at Bleasby House, nr. Lincoln ; 
s. of Thomas Neave ; m. May, d. of Mr. Wm. 
Beal, of Westcliff-on-Sea ; five c. Educ. De 
Aston School, Market Rasen. Solicitor. 
Examiner to Law Society ; Gold Medallist 
of London Univ. Class-leader. Publica 
tions : Handbook of Commercial Law, &c. ; 
Editor of Mozley & Whiteley s Law Dic 
tionary. Addresses: Romney Close, North 
End, Hampstead; Outer Temple, 222 Strand, 
W.C. T. 2939 Central. Club : National 
Liberal. W. 
NELSON, C. Hewetson, F.S.A.A., F.C.I.S.; b. 

Aug. 11, 1870, at Wallasey, Cheshire; s. of 
late W. J. Nelson ; m. Ethel Mansie, d. of late 
Rev. Julius Brigg, of West Kirby, and niece 
of Rev. John Edwin Brigg, late vicar of Hep- 
worth ; four d. Educ. Wallasey Grammar 
School. Incorporated Accountant, practising 
in partnership with Thomas Robson, Chartered 
Accountant, as C. Hewetson, Nelson, Robson 
& Co. Chairman of Parliamentary Com. and 
Vice-Chairman of Finance Com. of Borough of 
Wallasey ; Vice- Pres. of Society of Incorpor 
ated Accountants; Member of Council of Liver 
pool Chamber of Commerce ; gave evidence 
before Parliamentary Com. on Railway Rates, 
1909. Local Preacher, Trust Treas., and Sec. 
of Quarterly Meeting; Rep. to Conference, 
1908 and 1910. Publications : Critical Guide 
to Accountants Examinations; Retail 
Traders Railway Reference Book. Recrea 
tions : Gardening, golf, and angling. Ad 



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dresses: Cynwyd, Mayfield Road, Wallasey, 
Cheshire; Harrington Chambers, Liverpool. 
W. 

NETTLETON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Dec. 6, 1835, at 
Norton, nr. Doncaster ; s. of Joseph Nettle- 
ton; m. Annie Shillito, of the Mount, Ack- 
worth; one c. (adopted). Educ. Barnsdale 
Acad. ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1860. Mission 
ary in Fiji, 1860-73 ; ten years in charge of 
training Coll. for Native Ministers, at Rich 
mond, Kandavu; elected to Legal Hundred, 
1888. Publications : Life of John Hunt ; 
Articles in London Quarterly, and Methodist 
Magazine ; and various Translations in Fijian. 
Became Supernumerary, 1910, after 50 years 
of active service. Recreations : Walking and 
cycling. Address: Lyndhurst, Hanworth 
Road, Feltham , Middlesex. W. 

NEVILLE, Rev. William C. J. ; b. Jan. 12, 1866, 
at Jersey; s. of James Neville; m. Jessie 
Gouldson, of Thornton Hough, Chester ; one d. 
Educ. Oxenford House School, Jersey ; 
Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmond Coll.; 
Matriculated London Univ. 1884, Intermedi 
ate Arts (Condon Univ.) 1887; e. m. 1888. 
Recreation: Cycling. Address: The Knowle 
Manse, Mirfield, Yorks. W. 

NEW ALL, Rev. John Robert ; b. Aug. 7, 1849, 
at Winsford, Cheshire ; s. of Samuel Newall ; 
m. Frances F., d. of Rev. John Bate, Wes. 
Minister : four d. Stud, at Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1876. Missionary in Demerara and 
Jamaica, 1876-85. Address: The Villas, 
Thornley, Co. Durham. W. 

NEWBOULT, Rev. Arthur William ; b. March 8, 

1864, at Manchester ; s. of Robert Newboult 
and Tryphena Alice Pumfrett ; m. Elizabeth 
Royale, e. d. of Rev. John Cook Barratt ; two 
s. one d. Educ. Bancroft s School, London ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Missionary in 
India, 1890-1900; in Italy, 1901-4; edited 
biography of Padri Elliott of Faizabad. Ad 
dress: EbbwVale.Mon. W. 

NEWMAN, Walter Charles, M.A. (Lond.); b. 

Feb. 26, 1864, at Winchester ; s. of Samuel 
and Eliza Newman ; m. Lilian J., d. of Rev. 
E. J. Smith. Educ. Westgate School, Win 
chester. Schoolmaster. Local Preacher and 
Circuit Steward ; Assistant Master of Wood- 
house Grove School, 1896-1900 ; Head Master 
of Trowbridge High School since 1903. W. 

NEWNHAM, Rev. William Ford ; b. Feb. 18. 

1867, at Newport, I.W. ; m. 1902, E. M., 
2nd d. of W. J. Bailey, and g. d. of Rev. 
W. M. Bailey, of Newport, I.W. ; one d. 
Stud. Shebbear Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1893. 
Address: St. Gothard, Swiss Road, Weston- 
super-Mare. U. 

NEWTON, John William ; b. Jan. 23, 1868, at 
Heworth, Co. Durham ; s. of John Newton, 
Windy Nook, Gateshead; m. 1896, M. Jefferson, 



of Blaydon-on-Tyne ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Rutherford Coll., Newcastle-on-Tyne. En 
gineer and Foundry Master. Circuit Steward 
and S.S. Supt. for ten years ; Local Preacher 
since 1887 ; Church Treas. ; Member of L.P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. ; Sec. and Treas. of 
Darlington Citizens League; for five years 
Pres. of Darlington C.E. Union ; twice Rep. 
to M.N.C. Conference, and also to the Uniting 
Conference, London. Address : 19 Waver ley 
Terrace, Darlington, Co. Durham. U. 

NICHOLAS, Rev. William, M.A. (T.C.D.), D.D. 

(Vic. Canada), LL-D. (R.U.I.) ; b. Dec. 22, 
1838, at Wexford, Ireland ; s. of William and 
Susannah Nicholas; m. EHzia Baskin, of 
Dublin; two s. four d. Educ. Royal Aca 
demical Institution, Belfast, and Trinity Coll., 
Dublin; e. m. 1861. Twice Vice-Pres. of 
Irish Conference ; Rep. to Oecumenical Con 
ference, Washington; Rep. to Evangelical 
Alliance meetings in Florence 1891, Copen 
hagen 1884, and Bristol 1892 ; Fernley Lec 
turer, 1893 ; elected to the Legal Hundred, 
1893 ; Pres. of Methodist Coll., Belfast, 
1895-1908; Member of Senate, R.U.I. 
Publications : Christianity and Socialism ; Is 
Jesus the Christ ? ; Newman and Ritualism, and 
several other Sermons ; Methodism and Home 
Rule. Recreations: Chess, golf, light litera 
ture. Address: Dacre, Ravenhill Park, 
Belfast. W. 

NICHOLL8, Walter John; b. 1851, at St. 

Austell ; s. of John Nicholls, Wes. Local 
Preacher : m. Eliza, d. of Richard Johns ; one 
s. two d. Educ. National school. Estate 
Agent to Sir Francis Layland-Barratt, Bart. ; 
Local Preacher since 1869 ; has held many 
church offices ; Member of Chapel Com. ; 
Journal Sec. of Uniting Conference, City Road 
Chapel, 1907 ; Del. to the 4th Oecumenical 
Conference, Toronto ; twice Chairman of the 
St. Austell U.D.C. Address : Tregarne, St. 
Austell. U. 

NICHOLSON, Rev. James C. ; b. July 28, 1857, 

at Piedmont, W. Va. ; s. of Michael Nichol 
son ; m. Blanche Baseman, of Baltimore Co., 
Md. ; two s. Educ. Baltimore City Coll. and 
Dickinson Coll.; Post-grad, course of Johns 
Hopkins Univ. ; Dickinson Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
Del. to Gen. Conference, 1904-8 ; Member 
lot State Board of Education of State of 
Maryland, 1896-1900. Address : 2515 N. 
Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. M.E. Ch. 

NICHOLSON, John Spours ; b. April 4, 1861, 

at Houghton-le-Spring, Co. Durham ; s. of 
John Spours Nicholson m. Lizzie D. Davison, 
of Sunderland ; two s. Educ. The Leys 
School, Camb. Solicitor. Class-leader and 
Local Preacher ; Treas. of Sunderland Mis 
sion ; Rep. to Conference four times ; Member 
of Connexional Education Com. ; Town 
Councillor; Chairman of Sunderland Educa- 

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tion Com. Recreation : Cycling. Address : 
Belle Vue, Mowbray Road, Sunder land. W. 

NICHOLSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. April 23, 1846, at 
Brampton, Cumberland, Eng. ; s. of Joseph 
Nicholson ; m. G. G. Osborne, of Melbourne ; 
four c. Educ. Wesley Coll., Melbourne, Viet. ; 
e. m. 1868. Editor of Connexional Paper; 
Pres. of Conference, 1891 ; Chairman of Dist. ; 
Australasian Gen. Conference Del. and 
Assist. Sec. ; Supt. of Bible in State Schools 
Movement in the State of Victoria, by per 
mission of Conference ; Australasian Del. 
to Canadian Oecumenical Conference of 
1911. Publications: Numerous pamphlets 
on Anti-Gambling ; Proportionate Giving ; 
Bible in State Schools ; Drink Traffic ; Metho 
dism in Relation to the Church of England, 
&c. Address : Middlesex Road, Surrey 
Hills, Melbourne, Victoria. A. 

NICHOLSON, Rev. Robert ; b. July 14, 1847, at 

York ; s. of George and Hannah Nicholson ; 
m. Rachel Jane Henderson, of Brigg, Lines ; 
three s. two d. e. m. 1871. Address: St. 
Just, Cornwall. W. 

NICHOLSON, Robert Seattle ; b. April 17, 1848, 
at Carlisle ; s. of James Nicholson, of Carlisle ; 
m. Sarah Jane, d. of Joseph Pattinson, of 
Carlisle; two s. two d. Educ. Carlisle. 
Solicitor; Town Clerk of Lowestoft. Local 
Preacher, Class-leader, Trustee has been 
Circuit and Society Steward. Member of 
Royal Commission on Coast Erosion and 
Afforestation. Recreations : Cycling, golf, &c. 
Address : Kirklinton, Lowestoft. W. 

NICHOLSON, Rev. Thomas (A) ; b. Aug. 2, 1846, 
at Carlisle ; s. of James Nicholson, of Carlisle ; 
m. Ina Phillips, of Scotby, Cumberland ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Wes. Coll., Sheffield ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1867. Recreations : Chess and 
cycling. Address: Ford Bank, Ashburn Road, 
Stockport. W. 

NICHOLSON, Rev. Thomas Ballans, B.A., LL.B., 

U,.D. ; b. March 24, 1851, at York ; s. of 
John Mann Nicholson, J.P., of York and 
Dublin ; m. Georgiana P., d. of Thomas Pile, 
of Bagot Rath, Sandymount, Dublin, and 
sister of Sir T. Devereux Pile, Bart., J.P., D.L., 
High Sheriff of the City of Dublin and Ex-Lord 
Mayor. Educ. Wesley Coll., Dublin ; Dublin 
Univ. ; Honourman in Classics, Catechetical 
Prizeman (twice) ; B.A. 1872, LL.B. (1st 
place 1874, LL-D. 1881; e. m. 1871. Has 
been Tutor in Classics in the Meth. Coll., 
Belfast, under the Presidency of Rev. Wm. 
Arthur, M.A. ; has contributed Articles to 
Magazines and Weeklies. Address: 27 Clar 
ence Square, Cheltenham. W. 

NICKLIN, William Gladstone ; b. Oct. 26, 1865, 

at Guildford ; s. of Daniel Nicklin ; w.^Mabel 
Lord, of Guildford ; one s. one d. &Educ. 
Friary School, Guildford. Jeweller. Local 
Preacher ; has held various church offices ; 

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twice Rep. to Conference. Recreations: 
Cycling and walking. Address : Melrose, 
Woodbridge Road, Guildford. W. 

NIELD, Rev. Herbert Mitchinson ; b. May 22, 

1866, at Howden, Yorks ; s. of Rev. Joseph 
Nield ; m. Jane Sadler, of Widnes ; one s. 
Educ. Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove 
Schools ; e. m. 1893. First Supt. of Bradford 
Mission ; Founded Eastbrook Brotherhood, 
1904. Address: 18 Granville Road, Hove, 
Brighton. W. 

NIGHTINGALE, Rev. Thomas ; b. NOV. 15, 1867, 
at Knuzden, Lanes; s. of Miles and Betty 
Nightingale; m. Emily Verdin Holliday, of 
Manchester ; one d. Educ. Knuzden Church 
School ; United Meth. Coll. and Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1891. For four years Member 
of the Lincoln Board of Guardians. Contributor 
to Connexional literature. Address: 3 Avon 
Road, Walthamstow, London, N.E. U. 

NINNIS, Rev. John; b. NOV. 16, 1855, nr. 

Helston ; s. of William Bennett Ninnis, 
Helston, Cornwall ; m. 1883, Flora Gertrude, 
e.d.oi Jesse Kimble, Victoria Gardens, Neath, 
Glam ; one d. Educ. Helston ; e. m. 1876. 
For several years Member of B.C. Connexional 
and Advisory Corns. Contributor to The 
Christian World Pulpit and denominational 
Magazine. Address : Castle Vallas, Egremont, 
W. Cumberland. U. 



NIX, Josiah ; b. 1847, at Oxford; s. of James 
Nix. Educ. Wes. day school. Connexional 
Gospel Temperance Missioner ; First Organiz 
ing Sec. to W. London Mission ; one of the 
Founders and First Organizing Sec. to London 
Mission Band Union ; Founder of the Race 
course Mission. Address: Elmwood House, 
Dewsbury. W. 

NOBLE, Rev. Eugene Allen, D.D. ; b. March 5, 

1865, at Brooklyn, N.Y. ; s. of Wm. R. and 
Margaret J. (Hayes) Noble; m. Lillian W. 
Osborn, of Port Chester, N.Y. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Wes. Univ., Middletown, Conn.; Garrett 
Biblical Inst., Evanston, 111.; e. m. 1891. 
Pres. of Dickinson Coll., Carlisle, Pa. 
Head Master of Centenary Inst., 1902-8. 
Pres. of Goucher Coll., 1908-11. Publica 
tions : Various Articles in Magazines, &c. 
Recreations : Fishing, golf, and print-collect 
ing. Address: Carlisle, Pa., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

NOBLE, Rev. Walter James ; &. Feb. 2, 1879, at 

Darlington ; s. of James Noble, of Darlington ; 
m. Elizabeth Annie Bewick, of Darlington ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Grammar School, Dar 
lington ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. tn. 1900. Editor, 
Ceylon Methodist Church Record. Recrea 
tions : Tennis and cricket. A ddress : Wesleyan 
Mission House, Colombo, Ceylon. W. 

NOEL, Osmond Ogler, J.P., Aid.; b. April 27, 

1857, at Guernsey ; s. cf Ca.pt. A. Noel ; m. 
Amelia Anne Buckley, of Mossley, Lanes; 



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three s. Educ. Guernsey. Cotton Agent, 
Local Preacher , Soc. Steward, Trustee s Treas., 
Member of L.P. Mutual Aid Com., Class- 
leader, Leader of Adult Bible-class, &c. 
Address: Scout House, Mossley, Lanes. 
T. 15, Mossley. W. 

NOON, Charles; b. Dec. 16, 1868, at Ashley, 
Northamptonshire ; s. of Richard Noon ; 
m. A. L. Sharman, of Whissendine, Rutland . 
Educ. Elementary school. Sub-Postmaster. 
Local Preacher for 15 years ; Circuit Steward. 
Recreation: Reading. Address: Ringstead, 
Kings Lynn. W. 

NORMAN, Rev. Alfred John ; b. March 17, i860, 

at Atherstone ; s. of Alfred Norman ; m. 
Elsie E., e. d. of Frank R. Hodge, of Kingston 
Hill; two s. three d. Educ. Atherstone 
Grammar School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 
1885. Missionary in India, 1885-8. Address: 
10 Memorial Road, Walkden, nr. Manchester. 
W. 

NORMAN, Thomas William ; b. July l, 1854, 

at Wellingborough ; s. of Thomas Norman ; 
m. Hannah Jackson, d. of Rev. Miles B 
Pickering, Wes. Minister; two s. one d. 
Educ. Clevedon Coll., Northampton (E 
Rush, B.A.). Retired Tradesman. Has been 
Circuit Steward, Poor, Society, and Chape 
Steward; Trustee s Treas.; Rep. to Con 
ference of Bradford, 1910; Sec. of S.S. for 
many years. Address: Spring Hill, Welling 
borough, Northants. W. 
NORMANDALE, Rev. George Collinson ; 

March 23, 1849, at Keighley ; s. of Rev 
George Normandale ; m. Miss Gant, of Dovers 
court ; two c. Educ. Public schools ; Sunder 
land Coll.; e. m. 1874. Has been Sec. o 
Dist. Orphanage Com., Dist. S.S. Com., Dist 
Building Com. ; Assist. Sec. of Conference 
Sec. and Pres. of London P.M. Council. Con 
tributor to Magazines and Connexional Papers 
Recreations : Cycling and walking. Address 
34 Kilworth Avenue, Southend, Essex. P. 

NORRIS, Rev. Frederick William ; b. June 28 

1867, at Scruton, Yorks ; s. of David Norris 
m. 1st, Serena North, of West Wycomb 
Bucks ; 2nd, Kate Mason, of Burnt Tree, nr 
Tipton, Staffs; four c. e. m. 1891. 
tions : Boating and cycling. 



Recrea 

Address : 1 



Cambrian Terrace, Holbeck Moor, Leeds. 

NORTH, Rev. Frank Mason, D.D. ; b. Dec. 



1850, at New York, N.Y. ; s. of Charles Cart 
and Elizabeth Mason North ; m. 1st, Fann 
L. Stewart, of Philadelphia (d. 1878) ; 2n 
Louise J. McCoy, of Lowell, Mass. ; two 
Educ. Private schools in New York Cit; 
Wes. Univ., Middletown, Conn. (B.A. 187 
M.A. 1874, D.D. 1894).; e. m. 1873. Ne 
York Conference, New York East Conferenc 
1887 ; Pastorates, 1873-92 ; Correspond! 
Sec. of New York City Church Extension a 
Missionary Soc., 1892- ; Corresponding S 



of National City Evangelization Union ; 
Manager in Board of Foreign Missions, Board 
of Home Missions, and Church Extension, 
Meth. Brotherhood, Meth. Federation for 
Social Service, Book Com. of M.E. Ch., 
Deaconess Assoc. ; Member of Phi 
Beta Kappa ; Chairman of Standing Com 
mission on Church and Social Service of 
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in 
America; Trustee of Wes. Univ. and of 
Drew Theol. Seminary ; Advisory Board 
Member of St. Christopher s Home for Children 
and for Home of the Friendless, New York ; 
Member of Evangelistic Com. of New York 
City, American Bible Soc., Soc. for the Pre 
vention of Crime; Del. to Gen. Conference, 
M.E. Ch., 1908, Oecumenical Conferences, 
1901, 1911. Publications: Editor of The 
Christian City ; author of the Hymns, Where 
cross the crowded ways of life, Jesus, the 
calm that fills my breast ; Social Service 
Addresses ; &c. Recreations : Golf and 
travel. Address : Home 121 West 122nd 
Street, New York, N.Y. ; Office 150 Fifth 
Avenue, New York, N.Y. M.E. Ch. 

ORTHCROFT, Henry, F.S.I. ; b. Dec. so, 1855, 
at 13 Nottingham Place, Regent s Park, 
London ; s. of Henry Thomas Northcrof t, of 
Lancing ; m. Ada Mary Perry, of Caterham ; 
three s. one d. Educ. Henry Jefferson s 
Private Boarding School ; Eldon House, 
Clapham Common. Quantity Surveyor of 
Liverpool Cathedral and of many churches, 
chapels, school buildings, hospitals, Govern 
ment harbours and docks, Central Y.M.C.A. 
building, Regent St. Polytechnic, &c. ; was 
an officer in the Artists 20th Middlesex R.V.C. 
until 1886, when he resigned ; has been a 
Grand Steward of England in Freemasonry, 
and is Past Master of three Lodges and Past 
Principal of Two Chapters. Has been Steward, 
S.S. Supt., &c. ; Member of various Corns, 
and of Army & Navy Board; Surveyor to 
London Com. Address: Swansfield Lodge, 
Stone, nr. Greenhithe, Kent. W. 

NUME, Rev. Philip ; b. March 4, 1856, at Bilston, 
Staffs ; s. of Philip and Mary Ann Nume ; 
nt. Fanny, d. of Rev. William Fern (Wes.) ; 
one d. Educ. Wellington St. Acad. ; Sunder- 
land Coll. ; e. m. 1876. Recreations : Walk 
ing, cycling, and natural history. Address : 
9 Churton Road, Chester. P. 



NUTTALL, Rev. Ezra; b. Nov. 4, 1850, at 
Coates, nr. Thornton-in-Craven ; s. of James 
and Alice Armistead Nuttall ; m. Mary Edge, 
of Burslem and Torquay ; one s. two d. 
e. m. 1870. After four years ministry in 
England sent out to South Africa on special 
service; established Native Training Coll. 
in Natal, 1882-6; Chairman of Natal Dist., 
Cape of Good Hope Dist., and Queens town 
Dist, ; twice Pres. of South African Confer- 



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ence (1895, 1904). Recreations: Riding, 
driving, and gardening. Address: Wesleyan 
Parsonage, Durban, South Africa. S.A. 

NUTTALL, James, J.P. ; 6. 1836, at Farnworth ; 
s. of Thomas Nuttall ; m. Mrs. Knight, nje 
Makant ; two s. two d. Educ. Private 
schools. Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer. 
Member of Chapel and Home Missions Corns. 
For many years Member and Chairman of 
Farnworth Local Board ; J.P. for Lanes. 
Address : Farnworth and Winterholme, 
Hesketh Park, Southport. W. 

NUTTALL, John Ormerod ; b. July 28, 1853, 
at Scorton, nr. Garstang ; s. of John Nuttall 
and Jane Ormerod ; m. Ruth Ellen Rudd, 
Aug. 2, 1876, at Bolton ; three s. Educ. 
Scorton British school. Estate Agent. Society 
Steward, Trustees Sec. ; Sec. of The King s 
Hall Building Com. ; Member of Bolton 



Mission Com. Recreation: Cycling. Ad 
dress: 56 Arkwright St., Bolton. W. 

NUTTALL, Thomas Edward, M.D., C.M. Edin. 
Univ., Aid. and J.P. ; b. at Huncoat, nr. 
Accrington ; y. s. of James Nuttall, of Hun- 
coat ; m. Annie, d. of John Ramsbottom, 
Hydraulic Engineer, of Leeds ; one s. Educ. 
Huncoat Wes. school, private study, local 
science and art classes ; Edin. Univ. Mayor 
of Accrington ,1909-10. Medical and Surgical, 
in Accrington. S.S. Teacher at 14 years and 
onwards ; Local Preacher at 17 years of age 
and ever since ; Circuit Steward ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1910 ; much interested in Tem 
perance propaganda. Publication : Thesis for 
M.D. on Physiological Action and Pathologi 
cal Effects of Alcohol. Recreations : Walking, 
swimming, and literary study. Address: 
Middleton, Huncoat, Accrington. W. 



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QDELL, Rev. Joseph ; b. Oct. 21, 1846 ; s. o 
William Odell, Dunstable, Beds ; m. Henrietta 
M. Baker, of Bishopstone, Aylesbury, Bucks 
only d. of Wm. Thomas Baker, Surgeon o 
St. Thomas s ; six s. Educ. Wes. day school 
Dunstable, Beds; e. m. 1865. Pres. o 
Conference, 1900 ; Founder and Supt. o 
Evangelists Home, Birmingham. Publica 
tions : Hartley Lecture on Evangelism ; Facts 
for Men of Faith ; Before the Sun, or, Open 
air Preaching. Recreations : Cricket anc 
rose-growing. Address: Usona, Henry Road 
South Yardley, Birmingham. P. 

ODERY, Rev. Robert; b. at Derby; s. of 
James Odery ; m. Miss K. M. Oilman, ol 
Boylestone ; one s. three d. Educ. Wes. day 
school and Society of Friends School ; Dids- 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Temp. Sec. for 3rd 
London Synod ; has been Poor Law Guardian 
for Winchester and Bridgend ; was Chap, to 
Prison at Derby, also at Winchester, and 
Chap, to Soldiers at Winchester. A ddress : 
3 Vera Terrace, Pits Hanger Road, W. Ealing. 
W. 

OGDEN, Rev. James; b. April 24, 1827, at 

Bolton, Lanes ; m. June 1855, Miss Graham, 
of Ashton-under-Lyne ; three s. two d. Educ. 
Private school; *. m. 1851. Sec. of Ranmoor 
Coll., Sheffield, 1870-8 ; Pres. of M.N.C. Con 
ference, 1878 ; Home Mission Sec. 1891-1901. 
Recreations: Chess and mathematics. Address : 
11 Nursery Mount, Hunslet, Leeds. U. 

OGDEN, James R. ; b. June 21, 1866, at Leeds ; 
m. Jane Morritt, of Harrogate ; five c. Dia 
mond Merchant. Class-leader, Poor and 
Society Steward, S.S. Supt. ; Member of 
Conference Com. S.S. Dept.; Lecturer on 
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Modern Methods in S.S. Work ; twice Pres. 
of Harrogate S.S. Union. Address: Spring 
Glen, Harrogate. W. 

OKELL, Frederick Samuel, B.A.; b. Jan. 29, 

1880, at Farnworth, nr. Bolton, Eng. ; s. of 
Samuel Moscrop Okell ; m. Mary V. Tunely, 
B.A., of Scotland, Ont. Educ. Toronto, 
Graduate in Arts, 1907 ; Theology, 1908 ; 
Victoria Coll.; e. m. 1900. Address: 731 
12th St. , Westminster, British Columbia. C. 

OLDFIELD, Thomas Edmund ; ft. March 1871, 

at Wigan ; s. of Rev. Henry Oldfield ; m. 
Sarah Maud Hamilton, of Liverpool; one s. 
one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove and Kings- 
wood. Corn Merchant. Circuit Steward, 
Local Preacher, Class-leader, &c. ; Rep. 
to Conference, 1909. Recreation : Golf. Ad 
dress : Glenariff, Osborne Road, Ainsdale. W. 

OLDHAM. Harvey ; b. Nov. 14, 1848,atNewark- 
upon-Trent; s. of James Oldham ; m. Eliza 
Tornlinson, of Balderton, nr. Newark ; three d. 
Educ. Newark Wes. elementary school and 
privately. Retired Bank Clerk (Chief for 
eight years). Circuit Steward ; S.S. Teacher, 
Sec., and preaching now ; Sen. Sec. of Exten 
sion Fund (13,000 lately on Lincoln City 
Chapels) ; Sec. of Circuit Temperance Com., 
and of Wesley Tract and Benevolent Soc., &c. 
Recreation : Church work. Address : 122 
West Parade, Lincoln. W. 

OLIVER, Albert Thomas ; b. Dec. 9, 1858, at 

Trethew ; s. of Richard Ceilings Oliver, of The 
Manor of Trethew, Cornwall ; m. M ary 
Beatrice Pearse, of Exeter ; two s. two d. 
Educ. Castle Academy, Liskeard. Fruit and 
Provision Merchant, West Indian Banana Co. ; 
Director of Newfoundland, Labrador, and 



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OLMSTEAD 

Iceland Fish and Oil Co., Ltd., Exeter. Local 
Preacher, Pres. of the Brotherhood, and Class- 
leader ; has been Circuit Steward and Rep. to 
Conference ; was Member of the Exeter 
City Council for 12 years ; Chairman of Watch 
Com. and Member of first Educational 
Com. ; &c. Recreations : Shooting and fish 
ing. Address: 9 Marlborough Road, Exeter. 
W. 
OLMSTEAD, Rev. Edwin Bailey, D.D. ; b. 

Dec. 23, 1857, at Danby, Tompkins Co., 
N.Y. ; s. of Rev. De Witt C. Olmstead, D.D. ; 
m. Mary L. Scott, of Norwich, N.Y. ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, 
Pa. ; studied Law in Wilkesbarre, Pa. ; 
Wes. Univ., Middletown, Conn.; e. m. 1882 
in the Wyoming Conference. Was Sec. of 
the Wyoming Conference, 1892-6. Recrea 
tions : Visited Europe four times. Address : 
2 841 Harrison St. .Kansas City, Mo. M.E. Ch. 

OLPHERT, Rev. Joseph ; b. Feb. 16, 1840, at 

Wigan ; s. of Robert and Eleanor Olphert ; 
g. g.s. of James Rennick, one of John Wesley s 
preachers ; m. Anna Frances Parry, of 
Chester; three s. one d. Educ. Private 
schools; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1864. Sec. 
of Second London Synod, 1890-6 ; has done 
much work in connexion with Metropolitan 
Chapel Building Fund and Home Missionary 
Com. ; has taken a leading part in building 
new chapels at Fernhead Road, Askew Road, 
Bayswater, Twickenham, and Barnes. Ad 
dress : 15 Cardigan Road, Barnes. W. 

OLSEN, Oie Theodor, D.SC., Ph.D., et A.M., 

F.L.S., F.R.A.S., F.R.G.S. ; b. Aug. 14, 1838, 
at Christiansand, S. Norway ; Father Na 
vigator and Shipbuilder. Pursued a seafaring 
life for eight years; studied Navigation, 
Nautical Astronomy, Nautical Instruments, 
Compass Adjusting, &c. Compiler and pub 
lisher of the Fisherman s Practical Navigator, 
the Fisherman s Seamanship, the Fisherman s 
Nautical Almanack for 36 years, the Fisher 
man s Chart of the North Sea, the Piscatorial 
Atlas, &c. ; has been awarded 4 gold, 6 silver, 
and 4 bronze medals and diplomas. Knight 
of the Royal Order of Wasa, Sweden, 1901; 
Knight of the Royal Order of St. Olaf , Nor 
way, 1904 ; Officer of the Imperial Order 
of the Rising Sun, Japan, 1910. Ex-Pres. of 
Grimsby and Dist. Antiquarian and Naturalist 
Soc. Circuit Steward; Local Treas. for the 
20th Century Fund ; Trustee ; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1905, 1910 ; Hon. Rep. of the Royal 
Humane Soc. Rep. to the Royal Frederick 
Univ. Centenary, 1911, Kristiania, Norway. 
Address: 116 Stirling St., Grimsby. W. 

ORMISTON, Rev. Ernest Edward ; b. Feb. 5, 

1862, at King s Lynn ; s. of Alexander Or- 
miston ; m. Florence Knight, of Bridport ; 
one d. Educ. Private school; Richmond 
Coll. : e, m, 1888. Sec. of Macclesfield Dist. 



OSBORNE 



for two years. Recreations : Walking and 
Chess. Address : 38 York St., Baker St., W. 
W. 

08BORN, George Francis Atterbury, M.A. ; *. 

July 10, 1872, at Bath; s. of late T. G. 
Osborn; m. Ethelwyn, e. d. of Rev. J. K. 
Nuttall, of Liverpool. Educ. Rydal Mount 
School; Trinity Coll. Camb (Scholar; 8th 
Wrangler, 1894 ; Nat. Sci. Tripos II. 1895). 
Head Master of Rydal Mount School. Member 
of Liverpool Dist. S.S. Com. Recreation: 
Cricket. Address: Rydal Mount, Colwyn 
Bay. W. 

OSBORN, Rev. George Killick ; b. Sept. 18, 1853, 

at Bolton ; s. of Rev. James Osborn ; m. 
Bessie Crocker, of Dorchester ; two s. Educ. 
Clevedon Coll., Northampton ; Eldon House 
School, Clapham ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1876. 
Address : Tresco, Salisbury Road, Blandford. 
W. 

OSBORN, John ; b. March 19, 1861, at Preston, 
Lanes ; s. of late Rev. James Osborn ; m. 
Harriet Baxter, of Bedford ; three s. Educ. 
New Kingswood School, Bath. Tool Mer 
chant and Plane-maker. Circuit Steward; 
has been Soc. Steward ; Member of Southwark 
Board of Guardians; Manager of Local 
group of Board Schools. Recreations : Study 
of all Social Questions, and also of old tunes, 
hymns, and poetry generally. Address: 
181-3 Walworth Road, London, S.E. W. 

OSBORN, Samuel, J.P. ; b. July 11, 1864, at 

Sheffield; s. of Samuel Osborn. Educ. New 
College, Eastbourne. Steel Manufacturer. 
J.P. and Councillor. Connected with S.S. 
and Boys Brigade ; Hon. Treas. of Cliff Coll. 
Address : 45 Rutland Park, Sheffield. W. 

OSBORN, William Fawcett, J.P. ; b. April 10, 

1861, at Sheffield ; s. of Samuel Osborn, J.P. ; 
m. Alice Mary Holland, of Sheffield; two c. 
Educ. New Coll., Eastbourne. Steel Manu 
facturer. J.P. of W. Riding of York ; Master 
Cutler of Sheffield, 1906-7. Dist. Treas. for 
Foreign Missions. Recreations: Golf and 
travelling. Address : Snaithing Grange, Shef 
field. W. 

OSBORNE, Rev. Neman Spofford, B.A., B.D. ; 

b. Jan. 30, 1867, at Consecon, Prince Edward 
Co., Ont. ; s. of Rev. John Campbell Osborne ; 
m. Susie E. Hurdman, of Eardley, Que.; 
two s. Educ. Cobourg Collegiate Institute 
and Victoria Univ.; e. m. 1889. Sec. of Dist. 
four times ; Financial Sec. of Montreal Dist. 
for three years ; Sec. of Montreal Conference, 
1909 ; Sec. of Lord s Day Alliance for Province 
of Quebec for two years ; Member, on reserve, 
for Gen. Conference 1910. Address : Morris- 
burg, Ont., Canada. C. 

OSBORNE, James, J.P. ; b. Jan. is, 1849, at 

Spondon ; s. of Joseph Osborne, of Spondon ; 
m. 1871, Anne Mary, d. of Samuel Bagshaw, of 
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Nantwich ; two s. four d. Educ. Mackworth. 
Wholesale and Retail Chemist. Local 
Preacher for 43 years, Class-leader 26 years, 
Circuit Steward 38 years, Chapel Steward 
40 years ; Rep. to Conference, 1 884. Many 
times Chairman of Urban Dist. Council ; 
Governor of Queen Elizabeth s Grammar 
School ; Member of Local Education Com., 
&c. ; Magistrate, 1906. Publication: The 
Free Agency of Man. Recreations : Billiards, 
gardening, science, and nature study. Ad 
dress : The Ivies, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. W. 

OSUNA, Prof. Andre s; b. June 27, 1872, at 
Mier, Tarn., Mexico; s. of Felix Osuna and 
Matilde Hinojosa ; m. Dec. 22, 1892, Sugarda 
Treviflo (d. at Monterrey, March 30, 1910), 
of Monterrey, Mexico ; four s. one d. Educ. 
at his native town, in a Missionary school of 
M.E. Church, South, at Monterrey, Mexico ; 
at State Normal School, Monterrey, at Bridg- 
water State Normal School (Mass.), and at 
Vanderbilt Univ. Professor and Translator. 
Has taught at Saltillo State Normal Coll. (of 
which he was Principal for 11 years), Mexico, 
for 14 years ; Principal of State Normal 
Coll., 1898-1909, and State Supt. of Public 
Education, 1899-1909. Publications : A 
textbook in Elementary Psychology for 
Teachers (in Sp.) and several pamphlets ; 
Translated from French into Spanish John 
Wesley, by Dr. Mathieu Lelievre, and from 
English into Spanish Banks s Manual of 
Christian Doctrine. Address : 810 Broad 
way, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. A. M.E. Ck.S. 

OWEN, Rev. Edwin ; b. Aug. 13, 1871, at ot. 
Borrow, Chester ; s. of Joseph Owen ; m. 
Ellen Grace, d. of John Probert, of Hereford ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Great Barrow National 
school ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. tn. 1898. Re 
creations : Angling and cycling. A ddress : 
5 Tennyson Road, Small Heath, Birmingham. 
W. 

OWEN, Rev. Harry, B.D., F.R.G.S. ; b. Sept. 27, 

1868, at Watling St., Wellington, Salop ; s. of 
Edward Owen, Boiler Manufacturer ; m. 
Mabel Annie Smith, of Audlem, Cheshire. Educ. 
Warner s and Bailey s Colls., Wellington ; 
Keswick Coll.; Hartley Coll., Manchester; 
e. m. 1891. Has travelled much in Europe 
and America; Pres. of the Hereford F.C.C. 
and of Hereford and Dist. C.E.C. ; Sec. of S. 
Wales C.E.C. and of S. Wales Social Service 
Union. Author of many Articles on foreign 
countries and other subjects. Address : 
Avondale, Woodlands Road. Sparkhill, Birm 
ingham. P. 

OWEN, Rev. Lewis ; b. June 22, 1852, at Ty 
Newydd, Llandecwyn, Merionethshire ; s. of 
Richard Owen ; m. 1st, 1879, Margaret (d. 
1880), d. of Edward Williams, Hanley ; 2nd, 
1883, Roseamond, d. of H. Humphreys, 
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Cornorion, Llanfyllin ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Grove Park School, Wrexham ; e. tn, 1873. 
Address : Ashton-in-Makerfield, Newton-le- 
Willows. W. 

OWEN, Rev. Rice ; b. Jan. 27, 1843, at Cwm- 
brwyno ; s. of Lewis and Rachel Owen, 
Cwmbrwyno, Cardiganshire ; m. Anne, 2nd d. 
of Rees Davies, Massyffynow, Llandilo, 
Carmarthenshire; four c. Educ. Private 
school; e. m. 1868. Chairman of South 
Wales Dist. since 1897; Pres. of Welsh 
Assembly, 1900-1 ; Editor of the Winllan, 
1886-8 ; Sec. of South Wales Dist. Chapel 
Loan and Grant Funds since 1890. Address : 
Treorky, Pontypridd. W. 

OWEN, William Richard, J.P. ; b. Jan. 6, 1842, 

at Carmarthen ; s. of John and Sarah Owen ; 
tn. Mary Istance, of Monmouth ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Carmarthen and Swansea. J.P. for 
County Borough of W. Hartlepool ; was Chair 
man of Old School Board ; now Chairman of 
Elementary Education Com. Local Preacher 
for 48 years ; Member of Com. of L-P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc. ; has filled many church offices. 
Publications : Open-air Preaching ; A Layman 
to laymen. A ddress : 1 9 Clifton Avenue, West 
Hartlepool. W. 

OYSTON, Rev. George, B.A. (Lond.) ; b. Jan. 11, 
1843, at Chichester ; s. of Rev. George Oyston ; 
m. Mary, d. of Wm. Bunting, Uttoxeter ; one 
s. two d. Educ. Kingswood and Woodhouse 
Grove ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1866. Assist. 
Tutor at Didsbury. 1867-71 ; Examiner in 
various subjects at Headingley for 20 years. 
Address : Gomersal, Leeds. W. 

OYSTON, Rev. Henry; b. NOV. 13, 1846, at 

Newport, I.W. ; s. of Rev. George Oyston ; 
m. Sarah Philipson, d. of Mr. H. Gifford, of 
Lewisham ; three s. two d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove and Tannton ; e. m. 1873. Has made a 
special study of Shakespeare, and frequently 
given Shakespearean lectures. Address : 
7 Priory Place, Sharrow, Sheffield,. W. 

OYSTON, Rev. Henry Gifford ; b. Aug. 17, 1879, 

at Birkenhead ; s. of Rev. Henry Oyston ; tn. 
Crystella, d. of Rev. Charles Crawshaw, ot 
Trinity Hall School, Southport, and Saltbum- 
by-the-Sea ; one d. Educ. Dr. Hall s School, 
Sheffield, and Merchant Taylors School, Liver 
pool ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1902. Sec. of 
Sheffield Branch of W.M. Union for Social 
Service; Pastor of Albert Hall, Sheffield 
Mission. Publications : Socialism and the 
Drink Evil; Brotherhood Hymns (The 
Brotherhood Music Leaflets) ; articles on Mis 
sion Work in various Journals ; Leaflets on 
Social Questions, including questions of Health, 
Temperance, and Poor Law Reform ; Editor 
of Sheffield Home Messenger, 1908-11. Re 
creations : Swimming, walking, and music. 
Address : 20 Grange Crescent, Sheffield. W. 



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PACKER, Rev. George, D-D. (Victoria, Toronto) ; 
ft. Jan. 6, 1843, at Nottingham; s. of John 
Widdowson Packer ; in. Hannah, d. of Thomas 
Jones, of Aldford, Cheshire; five c. Educ. 
British school and evening classes ; Ranmoor 
Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 1865. Sec. of M.N.C. 
Conference. 1888 ; Pres. 1895 ; Coll. Sec. 1889- 
97 ; Sec. of Centenary Fund, 1894-8 ; set apart 
from circuit work as Mission Sec. 1901 ; retired 
from this office 1910, after 13 years service, 
four of which were while in circuit work ; Sec. 
of first U.M. Conference 1907, and of the pre 
vious negotiations for Union dating from 1902 ; 
Sec. of U.M. Gen. Connexional Com. since its 
formation ; Appointed one of the first Guar 
dian-Representatives ; Member of the Oecu 
menical Conferences, 1891, 1901, 1911 ; Pres. 
U.M.C. Conference, 1911. Address : 30 Hare- 
hills Avenue, Leeds. U. 

PADFIELD, Rev. Ernest J. ; b. Jan. 21, 1872, at 
Rodney Stoke, nr. Wells ; s. of James Haine 
Padfield. Educ. Privately; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. nt. 1895. Contributor to various 
journals on Social and Devotional subjects. 
Recreations: Photography and cycling. Ad 
dress : 34 Highfield St., Leicester. W. 

PADGETT, James ; b. Feb. 27, 1859, at Guiseley ; 
s. of late Jas. Padgett, Cloth Manufacturer ; 
m. Hannah, d. of late W. Naylor Smith, 
Cloth Manufacturer, Guiseley. Educ. Dr 
Kerr s Acad., Otley. Head of Firm of J. & 
J. Padgett & Co., Foreign Merchants, Brad 
ford, since 1889. Local Preacher for 2C 
years, Class-leader 12 years, Trustees Treas 
six years, Circuit Steward four years 
Member of Soc. at Guiseley for 40 years 
Has travelled extensively throughout Europe 
and elsewhere. Address: Claremont, Guise 
ley. W. 

PAGE, Rev. Isaac E. ; b. Jan. 16, 1839, at Not 
tingham ; s. of James Page ; m. Miss Probert 
of Talgarth, Breconshire; one s. four d 
Educ. Private school ; e. m. 1859. Publica 
tions : The Sunshine of Religion ; Fullnes; 
of Grace; The Keynote of Life; John the 
Baptist among the Methodists ; Angling Day: 
and an Angler s Books ; Life Worth Living 
Another Pentecost ; Jesus Christ Has Come 
Editor for 20 years of The King s Highway 
and for 14 years Local Preachers Magazine 
Manager of Sleights Church day school ; Join 
Compiler with Mr. T. H. Bainbridge 
Thoughts for Class-leaders, The Young 
Preacher and Letters to Philip. Recreations 
Angling and gardening. Address: Windy 
holme, Sleights, S.O., Yorks. W. 

PAGE, Rev. Walter Scott ; b. Feb. 27, 1854, a 
London ; s. of William Page and Sarah Eliza 



beth Dove, of London ; m. Alice, 4th d. of 
John Ferry, of Hackney Road, London ; 
six c. (one son in the ministry Rev. W. J. 
Page). Educ. Wes. day school; Birkbeck 
School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1874. Sec. 
for eight years of Halifax and Bradford Dist. ; 
Chairman of Sheffield Dist. 1908-11. Contri 
butor to various periodicals. Recreations : 
Walking and sketching. Address : The Manse, 
Alderley Edge, Manchester. W. 
AINE, Rev. George; ft. March 20, 1848, at 
Usk, Mon., Eng. ; s. of James and Ann Paine ; 
m. Isabel, d. of Sherrif Bemister, of New 
foundland; three s. Educ. Usk Grammar 
School; East Keswick Coll. ; *. m. 1874. Pres. 
of Newfoundland Conference, 1908 ; Del. to 
Canadian Gen. Conference, 1910. Business 
Editor of Newfoundland Methodist Greeting 
Address: Hant s Harbour, T.B., New 
foundland. C. 

ALMER, Rev. Samuel ; ft. Aug. 13, 1872, at 

Llanauli, Bombay ; s. of Henry Palmer, 
Bombay, and Harriet Remnant ; m. Ettie, 
4th d. of James Prestwich, Cotton-spinner, 
Oldham and Southport. Educ. Elementary 
school ; Owens Coll. ; Hartley Coll., Man 
chester ; e. m. 1896. Address : 2 Toward 
Terrace, Sunder land. P. 

PANNETT, Edward Charles ; ft. Aug. i, 1844, at 

Brighton, Sussex. Member of Firm of 
Pannett & Nedex, Merchants, London. Cir 
cuit and Soc. Steward ; Treas. of Church, &c. 
Ex-Councillor and Guardian of Wandsworth ; 
Ardent Temperance Advocate, Vegetarian, and 
Hygienist. Recreation: Gardening. Ad 
dress: Stanley House, Stanley Road, Wal- 
liugton. U. 

PAPE, Rev. Edward W. ; b. Sept. 26, 1869, at 

Sleaford, Lincolnshire ; s. of Wattam Pape ; m. 
E. Marie, d. of Rev. Joseph Wood, D.D. ; 
five c. Educ. Osbournby National school ; 
Hartley Coll. and Owens Coll., Manchester; 
e. m. 1891. Sec. of Nottingham Dist. S.S. 
Com. Contributor of Articles on Hymnology, 
&c., to Connexional Magazines. Recreations : 
Cycling and gardening. Address: Bourne 
House, Derby Road, Long Eaton. P. 
PARK, William. Baths Proprietor. Local 
Preacher, Soc. Steward, Circuit Steward, 
Trustee, Treas. of F.C.C. and S.S.U. ; Member 
of Infirmary Com. Recreations: Cricket, 
swimming, &c. Address: Park Baths and 
Hydro, Sansome Walk, Worcester. P. 

PARKER, Charles Edward, J.P.; b. Jan. 16, 
1854, at Dundee, Scotland ; s. of Edward and 
Margaret Eleanor Walker Parker ; m. Helen, 
2nd d. of Robert Garnett, J.P., Hall Nook, 

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Penkett ; two s. five d. Educ. Dundee High 
School. Tanner. Pres. of Men s Bible-class; 
Treas. of Bermondsey Settlement ; Pres. of 
Warrington F.C.C. Publications: Memoir of 
his Mother ; Betters and Pamphlets on Social 
and Religious Topics. Recreations: Golf 
and shooting. Address: Penketh Lodge, nr. 
Warrington. Club : National liberal. W. 
PARKER, Charles Thomas ; b. Jan. 6, 1859, at 
Osbournby, Lines ; s. of John Francis Parker ; 
m. Mary Ann Hunt, of Hykeham, Lines ; four 
d. Educ. Elementary school. Grocer and Pro 
vision Merchant. Pres. of Lincoln and Dist. 
F.C.C. 1901 ; Member of City Council, 1901 ; 
Mayor of Lincoln, 1909; Circuit Steward 
for six years, S.S. Supt. 12 years, Society 
Steward 14 years, and Class-leader. Address : 
32 Sincil Street, Lincoln. W. 



PARKER, Rev. Fitzgerald Sale, D.D.; b. 

March 16, 1863, in Parish of Caddo, La., 
U.S.A. ; s. of Bishop Linns Parker and Ellen 
K. Burruss; m. Lucy Irwin Paxton, of 
Vicksburg, Miss., U.S.A.; two s. Educ. 
Univ. High School ; Univ. of Louisiana and 
Tulane Univ., New Orleans; New England 
Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mass. Gen. 
Sec. of Epworth league, and Editor of the 
Epworth Era; has served in the pastorate 
in New Orleans, Santa Ana and Los Angeles, 
California, New Iberia, Lake Providence 
and Jackson, Ga., and as Presiding Elder o 
Baton Rouge Dist., Louisiana Conference 
has been active in young people s work 
throughout his ministry, and was engaged in 
C.E. work before the formation of the Ep 
worth League. Publications : Personal Work ; 
The Devotional Study of the Bible ; Review 
Articles, &c. Address: 810 Broadway, 
Nashville, Tennessee. M.E. Ch. S. 

PARKER, Rev. Franklin N., D.D. ; b. May 20, 

1867, at New Orleans, La. ; s. of Bishop 
Linus and Ellen Burruss Parker; m. Minnie 
G. Jones, of Baton Rouge, La ; two d. Educ. 
Centenary Coll.; Tulane Univ. ; Vanderbilt 
Univ. Prof, of Biblical Literature; Del. 
to Oecumenical Conference, London 1901, 
and Toronto, 1911 ; twice a Del. to Gen. Con 
ference. Publications : Methodist Review, 
Sunday School Monthlies and Quarterlies. 
Address : Trinity College, Durham, North 
Carolina, U.S.A. M.E.Ch. S. 

PARKER, Rev. George ; b. Jan. 24, 1856, at 

Granny Hall Farm, Brighouse ; s. of M.A. 
and Sarah Parker, of Emley Moor, nr. Wake- 
field ; m. Martha, d. of David Flather, of 
Sheffield. Educ. Malkroyd House School, 
Dewsbury; Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield; e. m. 
1878. Sec. of Ministers Superannuation 
Funds, 1903-9 ; Financial Sec. to Meth. Union 
Com. ; Sec. of M.N.C. Conference, 1905 ; Cor- 
responding Sec. of U.M. Conference, 1908 ; 
Sec. of the Annuity Fund, the Auxiliary 
Fund, the Equalization Fund, the Finance 
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Com., the Common Banking Account of 
U.M.C. 1910. Address: 167 Rustlings 
Road, Sheffield. U. 

PARKER, Rev. Henry Wesley; b. 1863, at 

Hants, Co. N.S. ; s. of R. W. and Mary A. 
Parker; m. 1894, Nora B. Hart, of Salt 
Lake City; two s. one d. e. m. 1896, 
Supt. of Pocatello Dist., Idaho Conference. 
Address: Twin Falls, Idaho. M.E. Ch. 
PARKER, Rev. Isaiah ; b. March 6, 1846, at 
Little Steeping, Lines; s. of William 
Parker ; 1st, Mary, d. of A. Jackson, York ; 
2nd, 1877, Mary, d. of John Gibson, Rose- 
worth Tower, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
two s. four d. Educ. Toynton St. Peters 
Wes. elementary school; private tuition; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1870. Contributor to 
Newspapers and Magazines. Recreations : 
Reading general literature, walking, and 
observing nature. Address: 218 Pershore 
Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. W. 

PARKER, Rev. John Hubert ; b. Oct. 16, 1876 
at Bury, Lanes; s. of Joseph Parker, of 
Elton Vale, Bury ; m. Eva, d.of Wm. Hosken, 
of Johannesburg; one s. one d. Educ. 
Bury Grammar School; The Leys; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1900. Address : 330 Jorissen 
Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, S. Africa. W. 

PARKER, Rev. Walter Charles Trevelyan ; b. 

1865, at Manchester ; s. of William Emsley 
Parker, and Nancy Kearton, of Brough ; m. 
Florence Ada Curtis, of Norwich, 1893 ; one s. 
five d. Educ. Elton private school; Man 
chester Inst. ; e. m. 1888. Chairman of 
British National C.E. Council, 1905-6 ; Lec 
turer for the National Reform Union ; con 
tributor to various Magazines and Newspapers. 
Recreation : Cricket. Address : Gilmore, Lyn- 
wood Road, Redliill, Surrey. P. 

PARKES, Ebenezer, M.P., j.p. ; b. 1848; . 

of J. Parkes, of Edgbaston ; m. S. Louise, d. 
of Henry H. Hartshorne ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Wes. Coll., Sheffield. Ironmaster. Has filled 
many church offices ; connected with Work 
ing Men s Classes for over 20 years, Member 
of Birmingham City Council 12 years, Chair 
man of Markets Com. six years ; M.P. (L.U.) 
for Central Birmingham since 1895 ; J.p. for 
the City. Address : Oak Grange, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. W. 

PARKES, Rev. Henry; b. NOV. 8, 1839, at 

Antigua, W. Indies ; s. of Rev. John Parkes, 
Missionary to the W. Indies ; m. Anne Wilson, 
of Great Bridge, Wednesbury ; four s. three d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1862 ; retired 1906. Engaged in 
Mission work in China (Canton), for 18 years, 
Address : 26 Trossachs Road, E. Dulwich 
S.E. W. 

PARKES, Rev. James Frederick ; b. Sept. 9, 
1875, at Amberley, Stroud ; s. of Rev. Henry 



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Parkes ; m. Rosa, d. of Rev. Bamford Burrows ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Kingswood School ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Recreations : 
Cycling and tennis. Address: 5 Eardley 
Road, Sevenoaks. W. 

PARKES, John Israel, J. P. ; b. Smethwick, 1842 ; 

s. of Israel Parkes ; m. Eliza, d. of John 
Payne ; one s. three d. Educ. Privately. 
Ironmaster. J.P. for Staffs. S.S. work for 
45 years ; Circuit Steward for 20 years ; 
Connexional Treas. of Wesley Guild ; many 
times at Conference. Recreation : Travel. 
Address: Mayfield, Harborne Road, Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. W. 

PARKIN, Rev. Frank P., A.B., A.M. (Ohio 

Wes. Univ.), B.D. (Drew Theol. Seminary), 
D.D. (Dickinson Coll.) ; b. Nov. 19, 1857, 
at Cleveland, Ohio ; s. of John and Eliza 
(Fox) Parkin; m. 1883, Margaret Alice 
Hines, of New Haven, Conn. ; one s. 
Educ. Ohio Wes. Univ. and Drew Theol. 
Seminary ; e. m. 1883. Supt. of Central 
Dist. of Philadelphia Conference ; Member of 
Board of Home Missions and Ch. Extension ; 
built the great First M.E. Ch., Germantown, 
Philadelphia ; at close of Pastorate there 
was chosen to be executive Head of the 
Twentieth Century Fund of $20,000,000 of 
the M.E. Ch., but declined it to remain in 
Pastorate. Recreations : Walking and fish 
ing. Address: The Netherlands, 4310 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. M.E. Ch. 

PARKIN, Rev. George, M.A., B.D. ; b. 1846, at 

Milnsbridge, Huddersfield ; *. of Jonathan 
Parkin ; m. Harriet I^ongmore, of Glasgow ; 
four c. Educ. British school, Eston ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Sunder land Coll. ; e. m. 1869. Prin 
cipal of Prim. Meth. Coll., Manchester, 
1898-1903; Pres. of Conference, 1906. 
Publication : The New Testament Portrait of 
Jesus. Address: 37 Werneth Hall Road, 
Oldham. P. 

PARKIN, William ; b. May 26, 1846, at Sheffield J 
s. of William Parkin ; m. I^ucy, d. of Benjamin 
F. Carr, of Exeter ; two d. Educ. Wes. Coll., 
Sheffield. Steel Merchant and Manufacturer ; 
held every office open to laymen except 
I,ocal Preacher ; for 20 years Hon. Sec. of Wes. 
Coll. ; Member of Board of Management of 
Wes. Secondary Schools ; I^ife Member of Brit. 
Assoc. ; Fell, of Royal Anthropological Inst. ; 
Member of Council of British Archaeological 
Assoc. ; Past Pres. of Sheffield literary and 
Philosophical Society and of Sheffield Natural 
ists Club ; Pres. of Sheffield Microscopical 
Soc. Address: The Mount, Sheffield. Clubs: 
Royal Societies, I/>ndon ; Athenaeum, Shef 
field. W. 

PARKIN, Rev. William Herbert ; b. Dec. 7, 1866, 

at Halifax ; s. of Charles Parkin ; m. Edith, 
d. of J. K. Corderoy ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Pocklington; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1892. 



Address : Glengariff, 89 Palace Road, 
Streatham Hill, S.W. W. 
PARKYN, Rev. Jabez ; b. Aug. 30, 1849, at 

Roche, Cornwall; s. of Thomas Parkyn, 
Mining Engineer ; m. Bertha Newton, 2nd d. 
of Robert Gill, Solicitor, of Saltburn-by-the- 
Sea and Middlesbrough, and g. d. of Dr. 
Robert Newton ; five s. four d. Educ. 
I,edrah House School, St. Austell ; Didsbury 
Col]. ; e. m. 1875. Sec. of Itinerant Meth. 
Preachers Annuitant Soc. since 1904 ; Chap, 
on Staff of Expeditionary Force sent to 
Egypt in 1882 ; thanked on Parade at close 
of campaign, and received Queen s Medal and 
Khedive s Star. Address: Wesley House, 
Grays, Essex. W . 

PARNTHER, Rev. David Dias, B.A. cu>nd.) ; 

b. Nov. 25, 1866, at Morant Bay, Jamaica ; 
s. of Rev. R. M. Parnther ; m. Mary, 3rd d. of 
late Rev. T. M. Geddes. Educ. York Castle 
High School, Jamaica ; Univ. Coll., I<ondon ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Jamaica 
Scholar, 1885. Recreations : Tennis and 
swimming. Address : Port Antonio, Ja 
maica. W. 

PARR, Rev. James Tolefree ; b. March 4, 1855, 

at Oswestry, Salop ; s. of Rev. Thomas Parr ; 
m. Julia, d. of W. Marsden, Burncross, Sheffield; 
two s. one d. Ed tc. National school. Tran- 
merc, Birkenhead ; e. m. 1874. Eight years 
Missioner of the National F.C.C. ; Ex-Pres. of 
British National C.E. Union. Publication : 
The White lyife, 1907. Recreation : Golf. 
Address : 11 The Chase, Clapham, S.W. P. 
PARR, Rev. Theophilus, M.A.; b. March 10, 

1849, at Bishop s Castle ; s. of Rev. Thos. 
Parr ; m. E. Gregg, of Oakham ; two c. 
Educ. Walsall Grammar School ; Edinburgh 
Univ. ; e. m. 1868. Missionary for three years 
in W. Africa and afterwards ten years in 
Australia; Member of Coll. Students Ex 
amining, and the Ministerial Probationer s 
Examining Corns. ; Sec. of the Manchester 
Dist. ; Pres. of Bolton Temperance Union. 
Address: 13 Pool St., Bolton. P. 

PARR, William ; b. March, 1846, at Knares- 
borough; s. of Wm. Parr. Educ. Knares- 
borough. Printer and Bookseller. Circuit 
Steward, &c. ; I/)cal Preacher since 1870 ; 
S.S. Supt. for many years ; Rep. to Conference, 
1899. Address: 3 The Crescent, Knares- 
borough. W. 

PARRY, Edward Roberts, J.P. ; b. Aug. 10, 1854, 
at Penyclawdd ; s. of Edward Parry ; m. 
Elizabeth Ann, d. of David Edwards, Dolg- 
walia. Educ. Llantysilio and Tower School, 
I^langollen. Clothier. I^ocal Preacher, Class- 
leader, S.S. Teacher, Dist. Treas. of Children s 
Fund; Circuit Steward for 16 years; Rep. 
Synod at Conference four times; J.P. for 
County of Denbigh ; Member of C.C. and 
County Education authority. Address: 39 
Castle St., Wangollen. W. 

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PARSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. NOV. 19, 1856, at 

Brixton, S. Devon ; s. of Lewis Parson ; m. 
Sarah J., d. of Rev. W. Lauck ; five c. Educ. 
Private school ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1880. 
Missionary in Lucknow Dist. of India, 1881- 
97 ; In 1896 founded, during the famine, the 
Jabalpur Orphanages, and Industrial School 
Publications: Translated the 2nd Catechism 
into Hindustani; various articles in Maga 
zines. Address: 75 Lowther St., White- 
haven. W. 

PARTON, James ; b. July 18, 1858, at New 

Village, Wolverhampton ; s. of William 
Parton; m. Frances (Sister Frances of W. 
London Mission), d. of John Nodes, of Bays 
water ; two s. one d. Educ. Wes. day school, 
Willenhall. Condon Rep. of White Star and 
other Lines. Local Preacher, Class-leader, 
Ex-Soc. Steward, &c. Recreation: Travel. 
Address: 63 Hazelwell Road, Putney. W. 

PASCOE, Rev. John Montgomery; b. Aug. 2, 

1861, at Dobwalls, Liskeard, Cornwall; s. 
of William and Jane Pascoe ; m. Mrs.Elizabeth 
Brown, of Derby ; one d. two step-d. Educ. 
Dobwalls Acad. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1890. 
Has been specially successful as an Evangelist 
before and since entering the Ministry ; Rev. 
S. Parkes Cadman, D.D., and several other 
prominent preachers and workers were 
converted under his ministry. Address: 
Epworth Lodge, Rhyl. W. 

PASLEY, Rev. Thomas ; b. Oct. 22, mo, at 

Cheetham Hill, Manchester ; s. of Thomas and 
Eliza Pasley ; m. Evelyn Mary, d. of Rev. 
T. D. Anderson, B.A. ; one d. Educ. Man 
chester Grammar School; Didsbury Coll.; 
f.m.lSQG. Recreations : Tennis, walking, &c. 
Address : The Manse, Victoria Road, Elland. 
W. 

PASSMORE, Rev. Joseph ; b. July 20, 1865, at 

Chittlehampton, Devon ; s. of W. H. Pass- 
more; w. Marion Carder, of Mar wood, Barn- 
staple ; four c. Educ. Barnstaple ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Three years Prin. 
of Wesley Coll., Colombo; eleven years a 
Missionary in Ceylon (Sinhalese) ; eight years 
Hon. Sec. of Ceylon Branch of the Christian 
Literature Soc. ; lent to the Christian 
Literature Soc. for India, of which Soc. he 
is the Indian Sec. Editor of the C.L.S. Indian 
Bookman, a magazine specially adapted to 
the needs of Indian Missionaries ; and of 
Progress, a monthly magazine for Indian 
students. Recreations : Golf and tennis. 
Address: P.O. Box 3, Madras, India. W. 

PASSMORE, Rev. Philip Richard ; b. 1853, at 

N. Molton, Devon ; s. of Richard and Sally 
Passmore ; m. Hannah, only d. of J. Bishop, 
of Atherstone ; one s. two d. Educ. National 
school and privately ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 
1876. Recreations : Gardening and walking. 
Address : 64 Branstone Road, Burton-on- 
Trent. W. 

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PATENALL, Thomas, Aid. ; b. Sept. 27, 1855, 
at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire ; s. of 
James Patenall ; m. Clara Poynton Joll, g. d. 
of Rev. Samuel Joll ; two s. Educ. Grammar 
School, Higham Ferrers. Manufacturer and 
Leather Merchant. Three times Mayor of 
Higham Ferrers and at present Deputy Mayor ; 
Chairman of Educational Sub-Corn, and of 
the Managers of Council Schools. Local 
Preacher, Class-leader, &c. Address : Bron- 
dinas, Rushden, Northamptonshire. W. 

PATES, Rev. Herbert William ; b. July 21, 1863, 

at Yarmouth, I.W. ; s. of Benjamin Aid- 
ridge Pates; m. Rhoda E., d. of Robert 
Adams, of Totland Bay, I.W. ; one s. 
two d. Educ. Yarmouth National schools ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1889. Publications : 
Illustrated articles in magazines, short 
stories, &c. Recreations: Photography and 
handicraft. Address: 79 Milton St., Mid 
dlesbrough. W. 

PATRICK, Joseph Albert, J.P. ; b. Aprils, 1847, 

at Leeds, Yorks ; s. of Robert Patrick; m. 
Mary M. Lee, of The Elms, Thome, Yorks ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Leeds. Director of 
Britannic Life Assurance Co., Ltd.; J.P. of 
Worcester; Fellow of The Inst. of Directors 
(F.I.D.). Circuit Steward; has held most 
offices in Circuit Church work. Recreations : 
Reading and gardening. Address: North 
Cliff, King s Heath, Birmingham. Clubs : 
Birmingham Liberal; National Liberal. W. 

PATTON, Rev. Walter Melville, M.A. (Yale), 

D.D. (Baker), Ph.D. (Heidelberg) ; b. Nov. 12, 
1863, at Montreal ; s. of James Patton ; m. 
Harriet Webster, d. of John Royan, of Man 
chester. Educ. High School ; McGill Univ. ; 
Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal; Yale Univ. ; 
Heidelberg Univ., Leiden Univ. ; e. m. 1885. 
Prof, of Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal, 1891-9, 
1908- ; Instructor of Yale Univ., 1899- 
1904 ; Prof, of Baker Univ., 1904-8 . Publi 
cations : Ahmed ibu Naubal and the Mihua. 
1897, and numerous Articles in Reviews, 
Recreations : Boating and wood-carving. 
Address : Wesleyan Theol. College, Montreal, 
Canada. C. 
PAWLYN, Rev. John Sandercock ; b. April 11, 

1840, at Launceston, Cornwall ; s. of Richard 
Pawlyn, of Devonport; m. Margaret, d. of 
Johann H. Wulff, Sugar Refiner, of Bristol; 
two s. three d. Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1861. 
Financial Sec of Cornwall Dist., 1877-80 ; 
Chairman of Plymouth and Devonport Dist., 
1886-9. Publications : Bristol Methodism in 
John Wesley s Day with Monographs of 
Early Methodist Preachers; Fallen on the 
Field : being Memorials of the Rev. Alfred 
Clegg, Missionary to the Gambia. Address : 
St. Keyna, Keynsham, Bristol. W. 

PAYNE, John Herbert; &. June so, 1875, at 
Hornsey, London, N. ; s. of Charles Payne, 



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PEACH 

Solicitor, of Shrewsbury ; m. Nesta P., y. d. of 
Samuel Withers, J.P., of Shrewsbury ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Commercial Schools, Shrews 
bury. Solicitor. I^ocal Preacher since 1900 ; 
Member of Gen. Com. of I,.P. Mutual Aid 
Assoc., of Dist. Synod I,. Preachers Com. and 
Conference Com. of Hull Mission ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1907. Address : Park Villas, Cot- 
tingham, E. Yorks ; Hanover House, Alfred 
Gelder St., Hull. W. 

PEACH, Rev. Henry, W,.D., B.A. ; b. 1851, at 

Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts ; s. of Henry and 
Ann Peach ; m. Annette Slator, of Gediiey, 
I4ncs ; one d. lyucy Phoebe Anne, m. to Rev. 
R. J. Fenwick, Hull. Educ. Privately ; Trin. 
Coll., Dublin ; e. m. 1871. Bracketed at 
Special B.A. Examination, 1884 ; Second 
Placeman, U,.B. 1889 (Trinity Term), and 
First Placeman, I<I^.D., Michaelmas, 1889 ; 
Examiner of Ministerial Probationers and 
contributor to several Magazines ; has been 
Sec. to Nottingham Dist. Ministers Assoc., 
and Tunstall Dist. Meeting, as well as other 
offices under Conference. Publications : The 
Early Christian Martyrs; A Vision of the 
Cross; The Angels Message, and numerous 
Published Sermons, &c. Address : Astley, 
Hadnall, Salop. P. 

PEACOCK, Henry Christopher; b. Aug. 14, 

1879, at Addiscombe, Surrey; s. of J. M. 
Peacock ; m. Evangeline Stewart, of I^ove- 
dale ; two d. Educ. Queen s Coll., Taunton ; 
I^eys, Camb., and King s Coll., Camb. Mer 
chant. Class- leader ; Rep. to S. African 
Conference, 1910. Recreations: Golf, tennis, 
&c. Address: East I^ondon, S. Africa. 
S.A. 

PEAKE, Professor Arthur Samuel, M.A. (Oxon), 

B.D. (Manchester), Hon. D.D. (Aberdeen) ; 
b. Nov. 24, 1865, at I,eek; s. of Rev. 
Samuel Peake ; m. Harriet Mary, d. of John 
Sillman, of Oxford ; three s. Educ. I^udlow, 
Stratford-on-Avon, and Coventry Grammar 
Schools, and St. John s Coll., Oxford. I^ocal 
Preacher ; was Denyer and Johnson scholar 
in the Univ. of Oxford (1889); Ellerton 
Essayist, 1890; Scholar of St. John s Coll., 
Oxford; Fellow of Merton Coll. 1890-97; 
I^ecturer in Mansfield Coll. 1890-92 ; Tutor in 
Prim. Meth. Coll. since 1892 ; lecturer in 
I^ancashire Ind. Coll. since 1895, and in U.M. 
Coll. since 1904; Prof, of Biblical Exegesis 
in the University of Manchester since 1904 ; 
Dean of the Faculty of Theology, 1904-8. 
Publications: A Guide to Biblical Study; 
Century Bible Comm. on Hebrews, Job, and 
Jeremiah ; Colossians in Expos. Greek Test. ; 
Problem of Suffering in O.T. ; Reform in 
Sunday School Teaching ; Religion of Israel ; 
The Christian Race; Election and Service; 
Faded Myths; Christianity, its Nature and 
its Truth ; Critical Introduction to N.T. ; 
Heroes and Martyrs of Faith ; Current I<itera- 



PEARSON 



ture Section in Prim. Meth. Quarterly since 
1892. Recreation : Chess. Address : 16 
Wellington Road, Whalley Range, Manchester. 
Club: National liberal. P. 

PEAKE, Austin Henry, M.A. ; b. 1878, at Codnor, 
in Derbyshire. Educ. Nottingham Univ. 
Coll. and St. John s Coll., Cambridge. Senior 
Demonstrator in Engineering, Cambridge 
Univ. Contributor to Scientific Papers. Ad 
dress : Hills Avenue, Cambridge. W. 

PEARCE, Rev. Joseph ; b. April 9, 1862, at 

Old Hill, Staffs; s. of Thomas and Eliza 
Pearce; m. Edith Palmer, of Old Hill, Mem 
ber of the Executive of the N.B.W.T.A. ; one 
s. two d. e. m. 1883. Gen. Sec. Prim. Meth. 
Temperance Society. Publications : The Ala 
baster Box, and other Addresses ; I,ife on the 
Heights, and other Addresses; The Brother 
hood of Man, and numerous Articles in Con- 
nexional and other Journals. Address: 
Sydney Road, Cradley Heath. P. 

PEARSE, Rev. Mark Guy ; b. Camborne, Corn 
wall; e. s. of Mark Guy Pearse, Sandown, 
I.W. ; m. Mary Jane Cooper, Dunstable, 
Beds ; two s. four d. Educ. Rev. Mr. Butlin, 
Camborne ; Zeist, Holland ; Wes. Coll., 
Sheffield ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1863. Medical 
Student at St. Bartholomew s Hospital ; for 17 
years with the W. I^ondon Mission. Publi 
cations : Daniel Quorm, and his Religious 
Notions (1st and 2nd series) ; Sermons for 
Children ; Mister Horn and his Friends, or 
Givers and Giving ; Short Stories, and other 
Papers ; Good Will, a Collection of Christmas 
Stories ; Simon Jasper ; Cornish Stones ; 
Homely Talks ; John Tregenoweth, his Mark ; 
The Old Miller and his Mill ; Rob Rat, a Story 
of Barge I,ife ; Thoughts on Holiness ; Some 
Aspects of the Blessed I^ife ; Praise; Jesus 
Christ and the People ; Naaman the Syrian ; 
The Christianity of Jesus Christ is it Ours ? ; 
Short Talks for the Times; Elijah; Moses; 
In the Banqueting House ; Gold and Incense ; 
The Gentleness of Jesus ; The God of our 
Pleasures; The Story of a Roman Soldier; 
West Country Songs ; Christ s Cure for Care ; 
Bridgetstow ; The Prophet s Raven ; &c. 
Recreations : Fly-fishing, and black and white 
sketching. Address : 29 Buckingham Man 
sions, West End I<ane, N.W. W. 

PEARSON, Arthur, M.A. (Oxon) ; b. March 1, 
1860, on the confines of Sherwood Forest, and 
spent early days amid the oaks and caves of 
Robin Hood country ; s. of Frederick Pearson, 
a Nottingham manufacturer, who was for 
45 years a trustee of Wes. chapels and one 
of three original purchasers of Albert Hall, 
Nottingham, for the Meth. Church ; m. 
Eunice Mary, y.d. of Thomas Hearne, of 
Marylebone; three s. two d. Educ. Univ. 
School, Nottingham, under George Herbert, 
M.A., Cantab.; and the School of Art, and 
Univ. Coll., Nottingham; and at Oxford. 
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PEARSON THE METHODIST WHO S WHO, 1912 PENDLEBURY 

PEATROS8, Richard Warner ; b. Oct. 28, ISSQ, 

at Carolina Co., Va.; s. of Robert S. and Ann 
E. Peatross; m. Sallie R. Redd, of Prince 
Edward Co., Va. ; four s. one d. Educ. Emory 
and Henry Coll., Va. lawyer. Del. to Gen. 
Conferences of M.E. Ch. South, at St. Louis, 
Mo., Richmond, Va., and Baltimore, Md. Ad 
dress : Danville, Virginia. M . E. Ch. S. 

PECK, Rev. George Clarke, D.D. ; b. Sept. is, 

1865, at Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ; s. of J. 
Oramel Peck, D.D., and Susan S. Robinson; 
m. Kate H. Marshall, of Brooklyn, N.Y. ; 
one s. Educ. Yale (B.A. 1889), Union 
Theol. (M.A.), Drew Theol. (B.D. 1892); 
e. m. 1892. D.D. from Syracuse, 1905. Publi 
cations: Vision and Task ; Ringing Questions ; 
Bible Tragedies; contributor to various 
Reviews and Periodicals. Recreations : Car 
penter work, yachting, &c. Address: 120 
West 76 Street, New York City. M.E. Ch. 

PEDLEY, Rev. Walter; b. July 2, i860, at 

Glossop, Derbyshire ; s. of W. H. and B. 
Pedley ; m. Louie, y. d. of T. Part, Lambeth. 
Educ. Elementary school ; Sunderland Coll. ; 
e. m. 1880. Has served on several Connexional 
Corns., and acted as Sec. of Dist. Corns. 
Correspondent of Primitive Methodist Deader ; 
Contributor to both the Leader and Magazines. 
Recreations: Reading and walking. Address: 
The Beeches, Horbury, nr. Wakefield. P. 



Worked in the studio of Joseph J. Fussell. 
Local Preacher and concerned in all Methodist 
work ; Senior Ex-Circuit Steward of Oxford ; 
Joint-Convener of Wes. Meth. L.P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc. for the Dist. ; Rep. to Conference. 
Interested in Art and Architecture ; Hon . 
Sec. of Oxford Homoeopathic Medical Dis 
pensary ; Chairman of Oxford Drug Company, 
Ld. ; Pres. of Oxford Municipal Housing 
Assoc. Recreations: Sketching, golf, walk 
ing and cycling. Address : Sherwood House, 
Oxford. W. 

PEARSON, Charles ; b. June 4, 1857, at Ingleby 
Barwicke, nr. Yarm, Yorks; s. of Charles 
Pearson, Manchester, grandson of James 
Fildes, Cheetham Hill; m. 1887, Martha 
Frances Howorth, of Bowdon ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Sand Hutton, Manchester Grammar 
School, and Owens Coll. Director of Pearson 
& Rubber, Ltd., Provision Merchants, Liver 
pool. Local Preacher, &c. ; Dist. Sec. for 
Foreign Missions ; five times Rep. to Con 
ference ; Pres. of Liverpool and Dist. Federa 
tion of F.C.C. 1909-11 ; Borough Councillor ; 
Del. to Meth. Oecumenical Conference 
Toronto, 1911 ; Freemason. Publication : 
Liverpool District Foreign Missions Report 
1895-1910. Recreations : Oil painting, photo 
graphy, horticulture, and golf. Address: 
Ingleby, New Brighton, Cheshire. W. 

PEARSON, Rev. Edward Omar ; b. May 6, ISSD, 

at Staplehurst ; s. of James Pearson, of 
Staplehurst, Kent ; m. Ethel, d. of James 
Hodgson, of Rotherham, Yorks ; two s. three 

d. Educ. Marden Acad. ; Headingley and 
Handsworth Colls. ; e. m. 1878. Recreations : 
Golf, tennis, and cycling. Address: Spring- 
side House, Montague Street, Blackburn. W. 

PEARSON, Rev. John George ; b. Oct. 4, 1848, 

at Bawtry, Yorks ; s. of William and Ann 
Pearson, late of Scrooby, Notts; m. S. 
Alice Hampson, of Doncaster, cousin of 
Dr. Webb, late Dean of Salisbury ; six c. 
Educ. Wes. day school and private school ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Missionary in 
N. Ceylon, 1872-83 ; First Principal of the 
Batticaloa High School ; for six years Financial 
Sec. of Newcsstle-on-Tyne Dist. Recreations : 
Chess, tennis, and Swiss mountain climbing. 
Address: 1 Wesley Place, Darlington. W. 

PEATFIELD, Rev. Thomas ; b. Aug. i, 1858, at 

Glossop ; s. of Councillor J. C. Peatfield, Notts ; 
m. 1st, Miss Dixon, d. of Rev. E. Dixon (after 20 
years of married life passed away Jan. 1905) ; 
2nd, Mrs. M. Wilson, of Distington, Cumber 
land ; two c. Educ. Retf ord ; Sunderland Coll. ; 

e. m. 1881. Sec. of Building Com. for Lon 
don Dist. for 17 years ; Missionary Com. Dist. 
Sec. for four years; some years Candidates 
Examiner for Dist. Publications : Charge for 
Candidates Ordination in 1895 ; various Ar 
ticles. Address: 11 Foxbourne Road, Bal- 
ham, S.W. P. 

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PEELING, Rev. Thomas William ; b. Oct. 5, 

1803, at Manchester ; s. of Robert Peeling, of 
Manchester ; m. 1892, Leila, d. of William T. 
Halliday, of Mandeville ; one s. three d. 
Educ. Moston British and Manchester schools ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1888. Missionary in 
Jamaica, 1888-95. Address: Wesley Manse, 
St. Neots, Hunts. W. 

PEET, Miss Caroline Holland, Camb. univ. 

Higher Local and Vice-Chancellor s Honours 
Certificates, Registered on Teachers Register, 
Column B. ; b. Oct. 15, 1867, at Stirling, N.B. ; 
d. of Rev. Major F. Peet. Educ. Trinity Hall, 
Southport. Head Mistress of Trinity Hall. 
Member of Southport Trinity Circuit Quarterly 
Meeting and of Council of W.M.U.S.S., also of 
Gen. Com. of Ministers Children s Fund. 
Recreations : Tennis and painting. Address : 
Trinity Hall, Southport. W. 

PENDLEBURY, Rev. James, B.A. (Cape) ; b. 

Oct. 1, 1861, at Horwich, nr. Bolton, Lanes ; 
s. of Thomas and Margaret Pendlebury ; m. 
1891, Martha Alice, d. of Robert Ramsden, 
of Bolton ; two d. Educ. Victoria Wes. day 
school, as Pupil Teacher, Master s Certificate, 
1883 ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Sec. of 
Board of Examiners, South African Confer 
ence, 1902. Recreation : Fishing. Address : 
Harrismith, Orange Free State. S.A. 

PENDLEBURY, John, M.A. ; b. May 20, 1841, 

at Radcliffe, Lanes ; s. of Thomas Pendlebury ; 
m. Sarah Anne, d. of Thomas Groves, of 



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Breightmet, L,ance ; one s. three d. For many 
years associated with National Children s 
Home as Sec. and Governor. Address: 32 
Ickburgh Road, Upper Clapton, N.E. W. 

PENNINGTON, Charles ; b. May 18, 1869 ; s. 

of Henry Pennington and Jane Christopher, 
of New Springs, Wigan ; m. Eliza Belshaw, 
of New Springs, Wigan ; two c. Educ. Wes. 
School, Aspull, nr. Wigan. Evangelistic Sec. 
of Independent Methodist Connexion. Ad- 
dress : The Willows, 302 Whelley, Wigan. /. 

PENNINQTON, George Farquhar, M.S.A. ; b. 
April 22, 1872, at Castleford, Yorks ; s. of Rev. 
M. C. Pennington ; m. Hilda G. Atkinson, of 
Goole; two d. Educ. Wharf edale Coll., 
Boston Spa, Yorks. Architect and Surveyor. 
For 12 years on Urban Dist. Council, one year 
Chairman ; Chairman of Free library Com. ; 
lyand Tax Commissioner of Upper Osgoldcross 
Div. ; On Executive Com. of Osgoldcross 
liberal Assoc. ; Member of Yorkshire Union 
of Artists; Architect of many important 
Wes. churches and schools, &c. ; Circuit 
Steward, S.S. Worker, &c. ; Rep. to Con 
ference. Recreations : Water-colour sketch 
ing ; has exhibited drawings. Address : Sandy- 
cliffe, Red Hill, Castleford, Yorks. W. 

PEPPER, John Robertson ; b. April 6, i860, at 

Big Spring, Montgomery Co. , Va. ; m. Nov. 18, 
1875, Charlese Read.of Memphis ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Chiefly in the country schools of Virginia, 
and later graduated from a commercial college 
in Christiansburg ; after marriage took the 
Chatauqua literary and Scientific Coll. course, 
and graduated in 1883. Pres. of Hermando 
Fire Insurance Co., of Memphis ; Active First 
Vice-Pres. of The Union & Planters Bank & 
Trust Co. of Memphis ; Pres. of The Goyer 
Co., Wholesale Grocers, Greenville, Miss., and 
various other companies; Member of Board 
of Trust of Vanderbilt Univ., of Board of 
Missions and Gen. S.S. Board of M.E. Ch. 
South, of International S.S. lesson Com. (for 
14 years), &c. ; Del. to World s S.S. Con 
vention, 1898, and to Oecumenical Meth. 
Conference, 1901. Publications : The Sun 
day School as a Teaching Agency; Tried 
Plans of Sunday School Work ; The Modern 
Superintendent and His Work; Quirer Tips 
for S.S. Workers; Thirty Years at the 
Superintendent s Desk ; and Twenty Volumes 
Memphis Conference Sunday School Board 
Year Book. M.E.Ch. S. 

PERCY, Rev. John ; b. June 14, 1847, at Bir 
mingham ; s. of Henry Cooper Percy, late of 
Islington, Birmingham ; m. Eliza, d. of late 
Rev. William G. Duncan; three s. two d. 
Educ. King Edward s Grammar School, 
New St., Birmingham ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 
1868. Address : West Bank, Widnes, I^ancs. 
W. 



PEREIRA, Rev. M. Henry ; b. Jan. 1, 1853, at 
Koralawella, Moratuwa, Ceylon ; s. of Simon 
Pereira, Gov. Teacher ; m. (Alice) Ammie 
Elisabeth, d. of C. Peiris Wickremaratne, 
Notary Public; six s. Educ. St. Thomas 
Coll., Colombo ; e. m. 1878. Del. to Madras 
Gen. Synod, 1905 ; Pioneer work in Laggala 
and Uva ; Supt. in two of the Circuits in S. 
Ceylon. His father was a Buddhist, married a 
Christian wife, and was converted in the forties; 
to-day over 40 descendants are counted 
members of the Wes. Meth. Church, A ddress : 
Panadure, Church View, Ceylon. W. 

PERKINS, Rev. Harold William, B.A. (iond.) ; 

b. July 28, 1873, at Tipton; s. of William 
Perkins and Margaret Elizabeth Whicher ; m. 
Constance E. Cane, of Hendon, N.W. Educ. 
Strathmore House, Southport ; Handsworth 
Coll. ; *. m. 1897. Associate of Univ. Coll., 
Bristol. Address : 22 Beckwith Road, Herne 
Hill, S.E. W. 

PERKINS, John, J.P.; b. May 23, 1841, at 
Northampton ; s. of Thomas Perkins ; three c. 
Educ. Orange School, Northampton. Nursery 
man and Seedsman. I^ocal Preacher ; several 
times Rep. to Conference; at present Member 
of Temperance and Home Mission Corns. Ad 
dress : Manor House, Kingsthorpe, Northamp 
ton. W. 

PERKINS, Joseph, J.P.; b. Sept. 13, 1843, at 
Burbage, I*eics. ; s. of William and Jane 
Maria Perkins ; m. Emily Falkingbridge, of 
Whitby; threes, three d. Educ. Westminster 
Training Coll. Retired Wes. Teacher. Cir 
cuit Steward, Trustee, lyocal Preacher, Class- 
leader, Teacher and Treas. of S.S. ; Sec. of 
Radcliffe Branch of B. and F. Bible Soc. ; 
for 15 years Member of Urban Dist. Council ; 
Member of Bury Joint Water Board ; Day- 
school Sec. Address: 30 Irwell Street, 
Radcliffe, Manchester. W. 

PERKINS, Rev. William ; b. March 21, 1843, at 

Haverf ordwest ; s. of Thomas Perkins, of 
Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire ; m. Margaret 
E., only d. of Joseph Whicher, sen., of Milford 
Haven ; one s. five d. Educ. The Grammar 
School, Haverfordwest ; e. m. 1864. One of 
the Gen. Sees, of the Missionary Society since 
1898 ; elected to I^egal Hundred, 1898 ; Pres. 
of Conference, 1909-10. Contributor to 
Magazines and Journals. Address : Nolton, 
Audley Road, Hendon, N.W. W. 

PERKS, Sir Robert William, 1st Bt. (cr. 1908), 

J.P. ; b. Hammersmith, 1849 ; e. s. of Rev. 
G. T. Perks, M.A., Pres. of Conference ; m. 
1878, Edith, d. of W. Mewburn, Wykham Park, 
Banbury ; one s. four d. Educ. New^Kings- 
wood School ; King s Coll., Condon. Member 
of Inst. Civ. Engineers ; M.P. (I,.) I^outh Div. 
I^ncolnshire, 1892-1909 ; J.P. for Oxon and 
Kent ; was for 25 years a Solicitor in I/jndon 
in partnership with I,ord Wolverhampton ; 
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PETRIE 

Member of Firms of C. H. Walker & Co., Con 
tractors, Westminster, and Macarthur, Perks & 
Co., Contractors, Ottawa, Canada ; was inter 
ested, with late T. A. Walker, in Barry Docks, 
Preston Docks, Buenos Ayres Harbour Works, 
Manchester Ship Canal, and other works ; his 
Firm are now constructing the Rio Janeiro 
Quays and Harbour Works for Brazilian 
Government, and other large works in S. 
America ; one of the founders and the Treas. 
of Lord Rosebery s liberal league. Treas. of 
Twentieth Century Million Fund; Treas. of 
the London Com. Addresses: 15 Great 
George St., Westminster, S.W. ; 11 Kensing 
ton Palace Gardens, W. ; Wykham Park, 
Banbury; Claverley, Littlestone, Kent. 
T. A. Predict, London. T. 717 Westminster. 
Clubs: British Empire, National Liberal; 
City Liberal; Reform, Manchester. W. 

PETRIE, William James, J.P. ; b. Feb. u, 1840, 

at Rochdale ; s. of William Petrie, Rochdale ; 
m. Ann, d. of D. Yewdall, Calverley, nr. 
Leeds ; three s. one d. Educ. London Univ. 
Coll. School. Cotton Spinner and Manufac 
turer. Freeman of the Borough ; has been 
Mayor, Alderman, and County and Borough 
Justice. Address: Grove House, Rochdale. 
U. 

PETTMAN, Rev. Charles ; b. Aug. 14, 1851, at 

Whitstable, Kent; s. of Richard and Mary 
Pettman; m. Annie Alicia Glanville, of 
Topsham, Devon ; four s. two d. Educ. 
Whitstable; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1876. 
Sec. of South African Conference, 1905-9, 
Pres. 1910. Chairman of Queenstown Dist., 
1908, 1910. Publications: Sundry Papers 
on Microscopic, Nature, and other studies. 
Recreations: Microscope, &c. Address: 
The Parsonage, Ebden Street, Queenstown, 
South Africa. S. A. 

PHILLIPS, Rev. Randall Canning ; b. Aug. is, 

1865, at Belfast ; s. of Geo. R. Phillips, Bel 
fast ; m. Frances Thornton, of Portadown. 
Educ. Belfast; e. m. 1887. Chairman of 
Enniskillen Dist. 1904. Publication : Irish 
Methodism. Recreation: Golf. Address: 
23 Thoma? St., Portadown, Ireland. W. 

PHILLIPS, Rev. Sydney Harris; b. 1854, at 

Bristol; s. of Edward Harris Phillips; m. 
May Thompson, of Tamworth, Staffs ; one s . 
two d. Educ. Lewisfell, Clevedon ; Hands- 
worth, in first year of its opening ; e. m. 1881. 
Address: Westerly, Crossland Road, Red- 
hill. W. 

PHILLIPSON, Rev. John Henry ; b. Jan. 2, 1873, 

at Alvingham, Louth, Lines; s. of Charles 
and Rebecca Phillipson; m. Miss R. H. 
Cross, of East Dereham, Norfolk ; one s. 
Educ. National school and privately ; e. in. 
1899. Spent four and a half years among the 
Gallas on the Tana River, B.E. Africa. Pub 
lications: Mission Tours among the Gallas, 
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Recreation : Rambles. Address : The Manse. 
Peel Brow, Ramsbottom, Manchester. U. 

PHILLIPSON, Rev. Maddison, B.A. ; b. Dec. si, 

1869, at Eastgate, Durham ; s. of Thomas 
Phillipson ; m. Dora J., d. of James Duck, of 
Castleton, Yorks. Educ. Eastgate Barrington 
School; Didsbury Coll. (Graduate of Royal 
Univ. of Ireland) ; e. m. 1894. Address : 
Cobden House, Barnard Castle, Durham. W. 

PHILLIPSON, Rev. Thomas Nevison ; b. Jan. si, 

1877, at Alston, Cumberland ; m. Eliz. Oliver 
(Sister Dora of Manchester Mission) ; three s. 
one d. Educ. High School, Alston ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Missionary in British 
Honduras, 1898. Recreations : Cycling and 
walking. Address: Deanhurst, Leonard Road, 
Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. W. 

PHILPOTT, Rev. Herbert John ; b. NOV. 19, 

1870, at Ruishton, Somerset; s. of John 
Philpott ; m. Edith Agnes Beaty, of Stanwix, 
Carlisle; three d. Educ. Taunton; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1896. Pioneer Missionary 
at Hatton, Ceylon, and Missionary in charge of 
Colombo Tamil work, 1896-1908. Editor of 
Ceylon Church Record for three years. Ad 
dress : IChichester Villas, Sandgate, Kent. W. 

PHIPPS, Rev. William ; 6. Dec. 31, i860, at 

Wheatley, nr. Oxford; s. of George Phipps; 
m. Agnes E. Barnard, of Gillingham, Kent ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Oxford Wes. Higher 
Grade School ; Westminster Training Coll. ; 
e. m. 1878. First Master of Wes. Schools, 
New Brompton, Kent ; held this position for 
seven and a half years; the schools under 
his care grew to be, and are to-day, the largest 
in the Wes. Church. Address : 11 Spencer St., 
Carlisle. W. 

PICKBOURNE, William Thomas ; b. Aug. 5, 

i860, at Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Notts; s. of 
William and Ann Pickbourne; rn. Kate, d. 
of late Abram Bradley, of Ash Farm, Sutton- 
in-Ashfield, Notts ; five s. Educ. Kirkby and 
Selston National schools. Colliery Agent. 
Pres. of Northampton F.C.C., 1905, 1906 ; 
S.S. Teacher, Class-leader, Local Preacher, 
Circuit Steward, and Trustees Treas. ; four 
times Rep. to Conference; staunch Temper 
ance Worker and Passive Resister. Re 
creation: Reading, specially sermonical and 
biographical literature. Address : Gilt- 
brook House, Hester St., Northampton. W. 

PICKEN, Rev. William Henry Jackson ; b. 1855, 

at Lincoln ; s. of John Picken and Frances 
Jackson ; m. 1st, Mary A., d. of John Wesley 
Tabraham ; 2nd, Mary J., d. of W. P. Griffith ; 
five s. two d. Educ. Lincoln Grammar School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Missionary in 
Bangalore, India, 1880-97. Address: 2 
Langham Place, Northampton. W. 

PICKERING, Rev. George Heslop ; b. Dec. 10, 

I860, at Ellfoot House, Northumberland; s. 



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of Thomas Pickering ; nt. I^ydia Bevan, of 
Mountain Ash, Glam ; one s. Educ. Haydon 
Bridge and Dean Raw ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
e. m. 1868. Address: 31 I^aburnam Road, 
Maidenhead. W. 
PICKERING, Rev. Matthew Tulip ; b. Oct. 8, 

1865, at Winlaton, Co Durham ; s. of Matthew j 
Tulip Pickering, C.C., Northumberland ; m. \ 
I,ily, d. of I. Mossop, Maryport ; two s. j 
e.m. 1888. Dist. Centenary Sec. Address ; j 
50 Mowbray Road, South Shields. P. 

PICKETT, Rev. Frederick ; b. 1855, at Berwick | 

Bassett ; s. of Moses Pickett ; m. Elizabeth j 
Brewer, of Kinver, Staffs ; one s. one d. j 
Educ. Wootton Bassett ; e. m. 1880. Pub 
lications : Sermons and several Magazine 
Articles. Address : St. Andrew s House, 13 | 
St. Andrew s Road, Enfield, Middlesex. P. 

PICKETT, Rev. Henry John ; b. Jan. 15, i860, 

at Wootton Bassett, Wilts; s. of Moses 
Pickett; m. Mary A. Morris, of Soham. 
Educ. British school; Hartley Coll., Man 
chester; e. m. 1882. Address: 51 Stimpson 
Avenue, Northampton. P. 

PICKETT, Rev. James; b. Dec. 19, 1853, at 
Berwick Bassett, Wilts ; s. of Moses Pickett ; 
m. I^ouisa Spackman, of Wootton Bassett ; 
two s. four d. Educ. Wootton Bassett British 
school ; e. m. 1876. General Missionary Sec. 
1903-8 ; Pres. of Conference, 1908. Publica 
tions : Various Sermons. Address : 43 Duckett 
Road, Harringay, Condon, N. P. 

PICKWORTH, Alfred Joseph, i,.R.c.p.Ed., 

I^.F.P. & S. Gl., 1880 ; b. Nov. 29, 1857, 
at Market Rasen ; s. of Rev. Felix Herring 
Pickworth ; m. 1st, Sarah H. Hart, of Brigg ; 
2nd, Mary F ( . Household, of I<akenheath ; 
six c. Educ. Kingswood (Bath) and l^iver- 
pool Medical School. Physician and Surgeon. 
Trustee, Class-leader and Poor Steward ; S.S. 
Treas. ; Circuit Steward ; Chairman of Con 
solidated Charities (I^akenheath) ; Chairman 
of School Managers and Vice-Chairman of 
Parish Council ; Chairman of Sedge Fen Free 
Church ; Medical Officer of I<akenlieath 
Dist., Mildenhall Union ; Surgeon Foresters, 
Oddfellows, and Shepherds, &c. Recrea 
tions: Photography and lantern work. 
Address: I^akenheath, nr. Brandon, Suffolk. 
W. 

PICKWORTH, Rev. Arthur James ; b. Nov. 15, 

1855, at Market Rasen ; s. of Rev. Felix H. 
Pickworth; m. Miss Ashcroft, of I^udlow ; one 
s . one d. Educ. New Kingswood ; Didsbury 
Coll.; e. m. 1876. Address: Wesley Manse, 
Huntingdon. W. 

PICOT, Rev. James; b. Dec. 23, 1858, at 

Alderney ; s. of Elic Picot ; m. Edith Maud 
Gliddon, of Guernsey ; four s. three d. Stud. 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1881. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Easton, Isle of Portland. W. 



PICOT, Rev. Thomas Robert ; b. June 5, 1847, 

at Alderney, C.I. ; s. of Elias Picot and 
Elizabeth Tewkesbury ; m. 1st, 1872, Emma 
C. Read (d. 1898), of Guernsey ; 2nd, 1902, 
E. Freida Haber, of Switzerland ; one s. 
three d. Educ. Wes. Primary School, and 
Tourgis School, Alderney ; Richmond Coll. ; 
e. m. 1868. Missionary to Gold Coast, 1869- 
79, and to Hayti and Santo Domingo, 1879- 
1910. Address: Roseneath, Halfway Tree, 
P.O., St. Andrews, Jamaica, W.I. IK. 

PIGGOTT, Rev. Henry James, B.A. (ix>nd.) ; 

b. July 18, 1831, at I^owestof t ; s. of Rev. 
William Piggott ; m. Mary Ellen, d. of Samuel 
Brown, of Finedon, Northamptonshire; two 
s. five d. Educ. (Old) Kingswood School; 
Queen s Coll., Taunton ; e. m. 1852. In 1864 
sent, with Rev. Richard Green, to commence 
the Italian Mission ; resided first at Milan, 
then removed in 1866 to Padua, and in 1872 
to Rome; elected to I,egal Hundred, 1878. 
Address: Villino Tardani, Via della Fon- 
tana, Rome, Italy. W. 

PIGOTT, Rev. W., D.D.; b. Sept. 27, 1846, 
at lyuddington ; s. of Enoch and Rachel 
Pigott (ne e Richardson) ; m. E. Nicholson, of 
The Grange, Watton, Yorks ; one s. Harold 
H. Pigott (Undergraduate of Univ. Coll., 
Durham). Stud. Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 
1871. Under his ministry the Rev. Geo. 
Jackson, B.A., decided for God and the Minis 
try ; began work when seven years old ; has 
served on both Ministerial and Probationary 
Candidates Corns. ; acted as Sec. to the Dist. 
Com. and Dist. Building Com. ; has been Pres. 
of Hull Prim. Meth. Church Council, and 
twice been the Pres. of the Dist. Synod. He 
published the Hainton Street, Grimsby, 
Church and Home Magazine (not localized) 
for five years; has also published special 
Sermons and lectures at intervals. Recrea 
tion : Walking. Address : 6 Wilberforce St., 
Hull. P. 

PINFIELD, Rev. Thomas ; b. Oct. 5, 1853, at 

Duke Street, Birmingham ; s. of Job Pinfield 
and Priscilla Hatton ; m. Mary Ann, d. of 
John Duffield, formerly Viewer of Arms at 
the Tower, Birmingham ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Elementary schools ; private study ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1877. Pres. of Eastern 
Valleys F.C.C., Mon, 1905-6. Recreations : 
Walking, boating, and cycling. Address : 
4 Hope Terrace, Chard. W. 
PINHORN, Charles; b. March ll, 1849, at 
Portsmouth ; s. of Charles and Elizabeth 
Pinhorn ; m. S. M. Green ; seven s. one d. 
Pres. of Condon Primitive Methodist Council ; 
Sec. of National United Temperance Council 
and of I/)ndon United Temperance Council ; 
I^ocal Preacher; Society Steward; Rep. 
to Conference three times; has been Coun 
cillor of Lewisham. Publications : The 
United Temperance Gazette, and various 
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pamphlets dealing with the legislative and 
administrative aspect of Liquor licensing 
Reform. Addresses : Eddystone, Carholme 
Road, Forest Hill, London, S.E. ; 28 Memorial 
Hall, Farringdon St., E.C. P. 

PINSON, Rev. William Washington, D.D.; b. 

April 4, 1854, at Cheatham Co., Tenn. ; s. of 
William C. and Catharine Pinson ; m. Belle 
Murrell, of Winchester, Tennessee ; four s. 
Educ. Webb s Training School, Bellbuckle, 
Tenn. Gen. Sec. of Board of Missions of 
M.E. Ch. South. Publications : In White 
and Black, a Story of Southern Life ; The 
Church and the Boy ; various Missionary 
Pamphlets, &c. Address : 810 Broadway, 
Nashville, Tenn. M.E.Ch. S. 

PITCHFORD, Enoch ; b. Feb. 13, 1859, at Old 
Park, Oakengates, Salop ; m. J. Simister, of 
Shrewsbury ; four c. Educ. Malins Lee. 
Sec. of Chester S.S. Union 1881-7, Pres. 1890 ; 
Sec. of Noncon. Assoc. 1891, and Anti-Race 
Com. 1892 ; Pres. of C.E. Union 1897, and 
F.C.C. 1906-7 ; Pres. of Lanes, and Cheshire 
Federation of C.E. Unions 1907, and Chester 
Dist. and North Wales Federation of P.S.A. 
Brotherhoods, &c., 1908-10 ; Pres. of Pres- 
tatyn F.C.C. 1910-11. Address : Park House, 
Prestatyn, N. Wales. U. 

PITHER, Frank ; b. Ascot, Berks ; s. of William 
and Elizabeth Pither. Educ. Different Wes. 
Schools. Coal Merchant. Circuit Steward 
(1910-11), S.S. Treas., Local Foreign Mission 
ary Treas., &c. ; Member of London Meth. 
Council. Recreations : Church work and 
walking. Address: 22 Nassington Road, 
Hampstead, N.W. W. 

PITT, Rev. Sidney ; b. Aug. 7, 1854, at Winter- 
bourne Earls, Wilts; s. of Joseph Pitt, of 
Pitton ; m. Annie M., d. of Henry D. Neate, 
of Thrumpton, Notts ; one s. four d. Educ. 
Private schools ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1874. 
Chairman of Isle of Man Dist. 1902-5. Re 
creation : Cycling. A ddress : Wesley House, 
Spalding. W. 

PLATT, Frank, F.E.I.S. ; b. Nov. 30, 1869, at 
Wood Lane, Audley, Staffs; s. of William 
Platt ; m. Sarah Ellen Gaunt, of Leek ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Audley Wes. day school ; 
Nottingham Univ. Coll. Head Master of 
Howden Wes. School. Degree of Fellow of the 
Educational Inst. of Scotland, conferred 1910. 
Local Preacher, Trustee, Circuit Steward; 
Member of Hull Dist. Synod for ten years; 
Rep. to Conference, 1908. Address: Wesley 
House, Howden, E. Yorks. W. 

PLATT, Rev. Frederic, M.A., B.D. ; b. Jan. i, 

1859, at Bolton ; s. of James Bradshaw Platt, 
of Liverpool ; m. Marianne, 2nd d, of Robert 
Bell, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; one s. Educ. 
Liverpool Coll. ; Durham and St. Andrews 
Univs. ; Didsbury Coll. ; e . m. 1880. Tutor 
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in O.T. languages, and in Philosophy, Dids 
bury Coll., 1905-10 ; Tutor in Systematic and 
Pastoral Theology, Handsworth Coll. Publi 
cations : Dictionary and Review Articles. 
Recreations : Cycling and golf. Address : 
College, Handsworth, Birmingham. W. 

PLATT, Rev. Walter ; 6. NOV. 19, 1869, at 

Delph, Yorks ; s. of John \Villiam Platt ; m. 
Mary Alice Hilton, of Droylsden ; one s. five d. 
Educ. Droylsden British school and privately ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m, 1894. Recreation : 
Walking. Address: 52 Rye Hill, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. W. 

POCOCK, Percy Willmer ; b. April 14, 1856, at 

Belgrave Road, London ; s. of Thomas W. 
Pocock, J.P., of Virginia Water ; m. Jessie 
Mabel, d. of Thomas Gurney, of Brixton Hill ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Craufurd Coll., Maiden 
head; Eldon House, Clapham. Solicitor; 
Commissioner for Oaths ; Director of Mon 
arch Building Society ; Local Preacher ; 
S.S. Supt. ; Member of various Connexional 
Corns. ; three years Member of Brit. & For. 
Bible Society Com. ; Manager of Egham 
Council Schools ; Lecturer on Birds and 
Natural History subjects and travels. Re 
creations : Gardening, fishing, and nature study. 
Address : The Beeches, Egham. W. 

POLES, Rev. William ; b. May 24, 1857, at 
Bridgwater ; s. of John Poles ; m. Mary 
Olivia, d. of John Lyddon Roberts ; one s. 
one d. Educ. St. John s School; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Recreation: Fishing. 
Address: Wesley Villa, Selby. W. 

POLKINGHORNE, Rev. Gilbart Waddy; b. 

May 28, 1870, at Market Rasen, Lines ; s. of 
late Rev. George Edwin Polkinghorne ; m. 
Elizabeth Cave Cripwell, of Carlton, Notts ; 
two d. Educ. Math. School, Rochester, and 
Wesley Coll., Sheffield; Handsworth Coll.; 
e. m. "l896. Publications : Articles and Ser 
mons in Religious Press ; Review Columns in 
Young Man. Recreations : Photography and 
reading. Address: 144 Redlam, Blackburn. 
W. 

POLLARD, Rev. Charles Adie ; b. Jan. 5, 1861, 

at Shugborough Park, Stafford ; s. of W T illiani 
Pollard. Educ. Colwich National school ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1888. Recreations : 
Gardening and golf. Address: 54 Oakneld 
St., Cardiff. W. 

POLLARD, William John ; b. Sept. 11, 1856, at 

Stoke Ferry; s. of late James Pollard; m. 
Elizabeth Offley, of Terrington St. Clement. 
Educ. Private school, Stoke Ferry. Corn 
Miller. S.S. Supt. for 30 years; Trustees 
Treas. and Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Con 
ference ; Dist. F.M. Com. Recreation : 
Gardening. Address : River View, Costessey, 
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POMEROY 

POMEROY, Ambrose, J.P. ; b. 1851 ; s. of John 
Pomeroy, Kilkhampton, Cornwall ; m. Fanny 
C. Towse, of Guildford, Surrey. Closely 
associated with Rev. Hugh Price-Hughes in 
the formation of S. London Mission, and for 
many years acted as Treas. ; was for 12 years 
Member of L.C.C. ; has been Chairman of 
Parks Com. and Inebriates Act Com. ; Rep. 
to Conference three times; J.P. for County 
of Condon ; one of the Founders of Voluntary 
Early Closing Assoc. ; for six years Sec. of 
L.C.C. Lodge of Freemasons; Pres. of Ber- 
mondsey and Rotherhithe Temperance Council. 
Address : 262 Southwark Park Road, London. 
W. 

POPE, Abraham ; 6. March 13, 1852. at Garn- 
diffaith, Mon ; s. of Henry Pope ; m. Ellen, 
d. of James Evans, of Pontypool ; two s. 
one d. Insurance Agent. Member of the 
Bristol Board of Guardians. Local Preacher 
for 40 years; Circuit Steward, Society 
Steward, Treas. of Trust ; Deader of Choir for 
over 30 years ; Pres. of Men s Bible-class for 
over 30 years. Address: Peny-garn, 144 
Beaufort Road, St. George, Bristol. P. 

POPE, Rev. Henry John, D.D. ; b. Feb. 2, 1836 ; 

s, of Henry Pope, of March, Camb., and Ann, 
d. of John Hodson, Hundleby House, Spilsby ; 
m. Agnes Laing, d. of Captain Robert Martin, 
Peterhead, N.B.; three s. three d. Educ. 
Privately ; e. m. 1858. General Sec. of Home 
Missions since 1897 ; Sec. of Chapel Com. 
1876-97 ; elected to Legal Hundred, 1885 ; 
Pres. of Conference, 1893 ; Vice-Pres. of 
British and Foreign Bible Society ; Clerical 
Treas. of Wes. Meth. Missionary Society ; 
Director of Wes. Meth. Trust Assur. Co. ; 
Governor of The Leys School, Camb., of Rydal 
Mount School, Colwyn Bay, and of Girls School, 
Chislehurst, Kent; Member of Board of Manage 
ment for Wes. Secondary Schools, of Board of 
Trustees for Chapel Purposes, and of Army 
and Navy Board of Management. Addresses : 
Central Buildings, Westminster; 62 Lydford 
Road, Wandsworth Common, S.W. T. 
Westminster, 5911, and 818 Battersea. W. 

POPE, Rev. Robert Martin, M.A. (Cantab, and 

Manch.) ; b. Jan. 1865, in London ; s. of Rev. 
Henry J. Pope, D.D. ; m. Phoebe Elizabeth, 
d. of Frank Hunter, Bacup ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Grammar School, and Owens Coll., 
Manchester; St. John s Coll., Camb.; e. m. 
1888; Assist. Tutor, Handsworth Coll. 
Publications : Expository Notes on Epp. to 
Timothy and Titus; Letters of John Hus 
(translation) ; Cathemerinon of Prudentius 
(Temple Classics) ; Poetry of Upward Way , 
Articles in Hastings Encyc. of Religion and 
Ethics ; and numerous contributions to London 
Quarterly Review, Expository Times, and 
other periodicals. Recreations: Mountain 
eering, golf, and tennis. Address: Thorn- 
thwaite, Keswick. W. 



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PORTER, Rev. Bradford John, B.A. ; b. at 

Yarmouth, N.S. ; m. 1903, Etta J. Clements, 
of Brenton, Yarmouth Co. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. The Univ. of Mount Allison Coll., 
Sackville ; e. m. 1898, after which took Post 
Graduate course at Univ. Pres. of Univ. 
Y.M.C.A. in Senior Year ; conducted Univ. 
Glee Club. Recreations : Music and tennis. 
Address : Bridgetown, Annapolis Co., Nova 
Scotia. C. 

PORTER, Rev. John Fletcher ; b. Oct. 25, 1845, 

at Trimdon Colliery, Durham ; s. of Ben 
jamin and Margaret Porter ; m. Jane Hall, of 
Shildon, Durham; six c. Educ. Village 
schools, Ludworth, and Sherburn Hill ; Elm- 
field Coll. , York ; e. m. 1867. Missionary in 
Canada, 1870-6 ; Rep. Tower Hamlets on 
London School Board for six years ; for nine 
years Guardian of the Poor in Hackney ; Rep. 
to Oecumenical Conference, New York, 1900 ; 
Gen. Orphanage Sec. since Conference, 1900. 
Publications: London Pictorially Described 
(two editions) ; Poverty, the Poor, and The 
Poor Laws. Address: Merr ion, Shakespeare 
Road, Worthing. P. 

POSNETT, Rev. James Leonard ; b. Sept. 8, 1825, 

at Alford ; s. of Rev. Leonard Posnett ; m. 
Harriett Jane, d. of Rev. Matthew Cranswick ; 
one d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; 
e. m. 1850. Publications : Memoirs of E. 
Cook of Namaqualand, and William Posnett ; 
Christian Vows; Notes on Bishop Words 
worth s Pastoral to the Methodists ; The 
Churches and the Supernatural; Catholic 
Teaching and Missions in the Far East, &c. 
Recreations : Reading and gardening. Ad 
dress: Heathfield, Alexandra Park Road, 
Muswell Hill, London, N. W. 

POSNETT, Robert Harold, J.P.; b. 1869, at 

Wakefield ; s. of Rev. Robert Posnett ; m. 
Fanny, d. of Robert Garnett, J.P., of War- 
rington ; two s. two d. Educ. Kingswood 
School. J.P. for County of Chester ; Tanner 
and Leather Merchant. Local Preacher, 
Class-leader, S.S. Supt. ; Foreign Missionary 
Sec. for Liverpool Dist. Address : The 
Mount, Runcorn, Cheshire. Clubs : Reform ; 
National Liberal. W. 

POTTER, Frederick Ezra ; b. Dec. 8, 1867, at 

Dalston, London ; s. of Frederick Potter ; m. 
Jessie Metcalf , of Brixton Hill, in 1894 ; two s. 
one d. Educ. Warehousemen, Clerks , and 
Drapers Schools. Advertising Agent. Local 
Preacher since 1887 ; Circuit Steward, Class- 
leader, and Trustee. Address: Browside, 
Kenley, Surrey. W. 

POTTS, Rev. James Henry, M.A., D.D., LL.D. ; 

b. June 12, 1848, at Simcoe, Ont. ; s. of Rev. 
Philip Potts ; m. Cordelia A. Cole, of West Le 
Roy, Mich. ; three s. two d. Educ. Mayhew 
Business Coll., Albion; e. m. 1869. Served 
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as pastor for eight years, then (in 1877) 
became Editor of Michigan Christian Advo 
cate, Detroit; Dean of the Meth. Press, 
having been in editorial service for 34 years ; 
Del. to five Gen. Conferences ; Fraternal Del. 
to Gen. Conference of Canada, 1894 Del. 
to Fourth Oecumenical Meth. Conference, 
Toronto, 1911. Publications: Methodism in 
the Field ; Back to Oxford ; Faith made 
Easy ; The Upward leading ; Perrine s 
Principles of Church Government ; Sunshine 
all the Year; My Gift to Thee; &c. Re 
creations : Walking and using the axe ; also 
each season a sojourn in a summer cottage at 
Bay View, Mich. Address: 21 East Adams 
Avenue, Detroit, Mich. M.E. Ch. 

POTTS, Rev. William ; b. March 9, 1841, at 
Manchester ; s. of William Potts ; nt. Sarah 
Jane, d. of James Armitage, of Ramsey, 
Hunts ; three s. one d. e. m. 1861. Re 
creation : Travel. Address: Silberhorn, 
Bromley Road, W. Bridgford, Nottingham. W. 

POTTS, William Edward, J.P., A.R.I.B.A. ; b. 

1862, at Oldliam ; s. of Edward Potts, of 
Eccles ; m. Emily, d. of James I,ongbottom ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Arnold House, Black 
pool; Chorlton High School, Manchester; 
Owen s Coll. Architect. Circuit Steward, 
I,ocal Preacher, Class-leader, and S.S. Supt. ; 
Rep. to Conference twice. Recreations : 
Music, photography, &c. Address: Hard- 
horn, Poulton-le-Fylde. W. 

POWELL, Rev. William ; b. March 4, 1845, at 

Michaelchurch, Hereford ; s. of Thomas and 
Elizabeth Powell; m. 1st, Elizabeth Jones, 
of Preston-on-Wye, Hereford; 2nd, Mary 
Ellen Billman, of Brisbane ; three s. five d. 
Educ. Hunderton Villa Acad., Hereford; 
Hampstead Heath Coll., Ixmd.; e. m. 1865. 
Sec. of Queensland United Conference, 1898 ; 
Pres. 1899 ; for several years Sec. of Prim. 
Meth. Corporation, and Clerical Treas. and 
Sec. of Meth. Children s Fund. Address: 
West End, South Brisbane, Queensland. A, 

POWELL, Rev. William ; b. Aug. 31, 1855, at 

Apperley, nr. Gloucester ; s. of T. Powell ; 
m. Ellen A. Smith, of I^ondon ; five s. two d. 
Educ. Elementary school ; Richmond Coll. 
e. m. 1879. Missionary in the W. Indies, 
1880-7. Address: The Manse, I^oftus, 
Yorks. W. 

POWICK, Rev. William ; b. NOV. 21, 1855, at 

Kidderminster, Eng. ; s. of Thomas and 
Jane Powick ; m. 1881, Alice Carey Chrisman, 
b. in Washington s Headquarters at Valley 
Forge ; two s. two d. e. m. hi Philadelphia 
Conference, 1881. Supt. of North-West 
Dist. of the Philadelphia Conference ; Has 
served as Supt. of North Dist. ; Member of 
Board of Home Missions and Church Exten 
sion, also of the National City Evangelization 
Union of the M.E. Ch. Publication: Pam- 
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phlet : The Problem of Aggressive Evan 
gelism. Address: 424 East Walnut l#ne, 
Germantown, Philadelphia. M.E. Ch. 

PRATT, Rev. Benjamin ; b. Aug. 9, 1853, at 

Bradford, Yorks; s. of Christopher Pratt; 
m. Edith A., d. of Rev. J. Lancaster Ball, of 
Secunderabad ; five s. one d. Educ. Hudders- 
field Coll.; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1879. 
Went to Hyderabad in 1880; Chairman of 
Hyderabad Dist. for 12 years. Recreations : 
Cycling, photography, and gardening. Ad 
dress : Inglesbatch, Dunkerton, Bath. W. 
: 

PRATT, Thomas ; b. July 4, 1855, at Bradford, 
Yorks ; s. of Christopher Pratt ; m. Elizabeth 
Annie Webster, of Watlass Moor, Bedale; 
nine s. one d. Educ. Huddersfield Coll, under 
late Samuel Sharpe, 1,1,. B. Cabinet-Maker 
and General House Furnisher and Decorator. 
Vice- Pres. of National Chamber of Trade; 
Circuit Steward and Treas. of Bradford Wes. 
Mission for past ten years; Rep. to Con 
ference six times, also Del. to Oecumenical 
Methodist Conference at Toronto, 1911 ; Treas. 
of the Conference Arrangements Com., Brad 
ford, 1910. Address: Highcliffe House, 
Bradford. W. 

PREST, Rev. Charles William ; b. March 14, 

1836, at Pendleton, Manchester; s. of Rev. 
Charles Prest ; m. Frances Ann (d. 1910), d. of 
John Meek, of Macclesfield ; four s. Educ. 
Old Kingswood School and Hull Coll. ; e. m. 
1858. Sec. of Schools Fund, 1876-7. Ad 
dress : Willerby House, West Park, Maccles 
field. W. 

PRICE, Rev. John (A) ; b. 1857, at Cefn, Brecon- 
shire; s. of H. Price; m. M. E. Aubrey, of 
Stockton-on-Tees ; five c. Educ. Grammar 
School ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1879. Mis 
sionary in W. Indies, 1886-1908 ; Gen. Supt. 
of the Leeward Islands, in the time of great 
crisis. Recreations : Riding and boating. 
Address: Payton St., Stratford-on-Avon. 
W. 

PRICE, Rev. John Olliffe ; b. July 4, 1847, at 

Newtownards, Co. Down ; s. of John and 
Martha Louisa Price; m. Elizabeth Mary 
Ashe, of Hydepark, Belfast; six c. Educ. 
Private schools chiefly ; e. m. 1868. Financial 
Sec ; Conference Better-writer ; Chairman 
of Synod, &c. Publications : Fragmentary. 
Address: The Crescent, Dundalk, Ireland. W. 

PRICE, Rev. Leonard Llewellyn, B.D. (Lend.) ; 

b. May 17, 1879, at Wednesbury ; s. of Thomas 
Price, Wednesbury. Educ. Wednesbury Wes 
ley ; King Edward s High School, Birming 
ham; Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1903. Ad 
dress : Syston, Leicester. W. 

PRICE, Rev. Philip ; ft. Dec. 18, 1865, at 
Bwlchgwyn, nr. Wrexham ; s. of Samuel 
Price; m. K. Ellis, of Commerce House, 
Machynlleth ; one s. three d, Educ. Bwlchgwyn 



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elementary and Grove Park schools, Wrexham ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1 889. Recreations : 
Cycling and walking. Address; 113 Queen s 
Road, Liverpool. W. 

PRICE, Rev. Thomas James, B.A. ; b. Oct. 25, 

1863, at Condon ; s. of Thomas and Emma 
Price ; m. Jennie, d. of Rev. Edward Pay ; 
three s. one d. Educ, City of London School ; 
Handsworth Coll. 1886-9 ; e. m. 1889. Mis 
sionary on Gold Coast, 1889-93 ; Member of 
Council of Education. Publication : The 
Rise of Japan. Recreations : Football and 
golf. Address: Larkfield, Oakworth, Yorks. 
W. 

PRICE, Rev. William Jones ; b. Sept. 22, i860, 

at Tynrhewl, Llansaintfraed, Radnorshire; s. 
of Charles and Elizabeth Price ; m. Miss E. E. 
Pike, of Arlesey, Beds ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Privately ; e. m. 1884. Address : 199 Harles- 
den Road, Willesden, N.W. P. 

PRICE-HUGHES, Mary Katharine Howard ; b. 

April 3, 1853, at Harpur St., Bloomsbury, 
W.C. ; d. of Rev. Alfred Barrett ; m. Rev. 
Hugh Price-Hughes, s. of Dr. John Hughes, of 
Carmarthen ; two s. two d. Educ. Miss 
Pipe s, Laleham. Class-leader ; Head of 
Sisterhood of W. London Mission. Address : 
30 Gordon Mansions, Gower St., W.C. W. 

PRINCE, Rev. Ernest A. ; b. Feb. 4, isee, at 

Liverpool ; s. of Samuel Prince ; m. Eleanor 
Adams, of Pembroke, S. Wales ; two d. 

Educ. Dr. Martineau s School, Liverpool ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Missionary in 
Ceylon, 1891-1906 ; Chairman of Galle Dist., 

1902-6 ; Chairman of Provincial Synod, 1906. 

Address : 31 Thorne Road, Doncaster. W. 

PRITCHARD, Rev. Edward Cook, J.P.; 6. 

Dec. 1, 1833, at Standford Bridge; s. of 
Thomas Pritchard, of Standford Bridge, Salop ; 
m. 1st, 1860, Harriet, e. d. of Henry Blake, of 
W. Cowes, I.W. ; 2nd, 1864, Mary Ann, y. d. 
of Aid. Goodsell, Sydney, N.S.W. ; 3rd, 1906, 
Catherine, y. d. of John Last, of Braintree. 
Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1855. J.P. for Essex 
since 1906 ; has been Missionary in Tasmania 
and N.S. Wales. Addresses: Ely Lodge, 
Braintree; The Hall, Gt. Bardfield, Essex. P. 

PROUDLOVE, Rev. Thomas ; b. Aug. 23, 1866, 
at Betchton, Cheshire ; s. of John Proudlove, 
Farmer, Broxton, Cheshire ; m. Elizabeth 
Ann Shore, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts; 
four c. Educ. Hassall Green, Sandbach Circuit; 
e. m. 1898. Address: Wind Hill, Shipley, 
Yorks. W. 



PRUNELL, Rev. William Alfred ; b. Jan. 5. 

1874, at Kidderminster; s. of William and 
Mary A. Prunell, of Kidderminster ; m. 
H. Louise Mather, of Greengates, Bradford; 
two d. Educ. New Meeting House School, 
Kidderminster ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1899. 
Member of Council of W.M. Union for Social 
service. Recreations: Golf and cycling. 
Address: 135 New King s Road, London, 
S.W. W. 

PUGHE, Rev. David; b. NOV. so, 1869, at 

Llansaintffraid , Mont; s. of John Pughe ; 
m. Sadie, 2ndrf. of Mr. John Gittins, Llanfyllin; 
three c. Educ. British school, Llansaint 
ffraid; Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1898. Chair 
man of Social Study Com. of National Brother 
hood Council; Member of Nat. Brotherhood 
Executive since 1906. Christian Socialist 
and Lecturer on Social Aspects of Christianity ; 
Vice-Pres. of W.M. Union of Social Service. 
Recreation: Golf. Address: Wesley Manse, 
Brighouse, Yorks. W. 

PULLAN, Rev. George Leach ; b. NOV. 28, 1869, 

at Harrogate ; s. of George Pullan ; m. Emilie 
White, of Harrogate; two s. two d. Educ. 
Ashville Coll., Harrogate; Richmond Coll.; 
e. m. 1893. Missionary in Wuchang, China, 
1893-1910. Address: Belmont, Wantage, 
Berks. W. 

PYCROFT, John ; b. 1850, at New Basford, 
Nottingham ; s. of E. Pycroft ; m. Mary 
Jackson, of Nottingham ; three s. two d. 
Lace Machine Builder, &c. ; Managing Direc 
tor of Newton & Pycroft, Ltd. ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1908 and 1911 ; Trustee. City 
Councillor; Sheriff of Nottingham. Address: 
The Hollies, Mapperley Boad, Nottingham. 
W. 

PYE, Rev. Thomas Akrill, M.A. (Liverpool Univ.), 
B.A. (Royal Univ. of Ireland) ; b. May 16, 
1871, at Willoughton Grange, nr. Gains 
borough ; s. of Edward and Harriet Wells 
Pye ; m. Jessie, e. d. of Thomas Barlow, of 
The Laurels, Misterton, nr. Gainsborough ; 
one s. Educ. Hickman St. Wes. Schools, 
Gainsborough, and Liverpool Univ. ; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1894. Address : Victoria 
Road, Morley, Leeds. W. 

PYKE, Rev. Richard ; b. 1873, at Sampford 
Courtenay, Devon ; nt. May, d. of William 
Dyer, of Runcorn ; two s. two d. Stud, at 
Shebbear Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1894. 
Writer of Weekly Causerie in The Christian 
Globe. Recreations : Cricket and golf. Ad 
dress: Perry Lodge, 24 Allenby Road, 
Forest Hill, S.E. U. 



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QUANGO, Rev. Thomas ; b. June 29, 18R4, at 
I.angtree, N. Devon ; s. of Richard Quance, 
Yeoman Farmer, of Devonshire ; wt. Ethel 
Hutchings, of Black Torrington ; four c. 
Stud. Shebbear Coll., N. Devon; e. m. 1886. 
Has been Pres. of Eastleigh and Dist. F.C.C , 
Hants ; Pre?. of the Dorset County C.E. Union 
Address : The Manse, Draycott. Cheddar, 
Somerset S.O. U. 

QUICK, Rev. William Abraham ; b. March 3, 

1820, at Exeter, Devon, Ens:. ; s. of Abraham 
Quick ; m. Margaret Saturley, of West 
Buckland, Somerset, Eng. ; three s. two d. 
Educ. Privately, Taunton, Somerset, Eng. 
e. m. 1841. Transferred to Australian Con 
ference, 1855; Pres. 1866; commenced to 
agitate the Victorian Conference, 30 years 
ago, in favour of a Coll. to be affiliated with 
the Melbourne Univ. ; Scheme approved, Coll. 
built (Rev. E. D. Sugden, M.A., B.Sc., 
appointed Master) ; elected Pres. of Coll. 
Council and presided for 21 years ; Queen s 
Coll. open to all matriculated students, 
special arrangements for candidates for the 
ministry ; enlarged twice and filled ; is now 
in his 92nd year and the senior minister in 
British Methodism. Publications : Metho 
dism a Parallel ; Two Booklets : What of 
the Jews ? and Full Salvation. Recreations : 
Reading theology, Church history, biography, 
&c. Address: Lutterworth, Brighton, Vic 
toria, Australia. A. 

QUIMBY, Rev. Silas Everard, A.B., A.M., D.D.; 

b. Oct. 19, 1837, at Haverhill, N.H., U.S.A. ; 
s. of Silas and Penelope C. (Fifield) Quimby. 
m. 1862, Anna Wesley, d. of Rev. Orange 
Scott, of Newbury, Vermont ; three s. two d. 



Educ. Tilton (N.H.) Seminary ; Wes. Univ., 
Middletown, Conn. ; e. m. 1862. Teacher at 
Newbury, Vt., Seminary, 1859-67 ; Principal 
one and a half years ; Pres. of Tilton Seminary 
1878-85; Sec. of New Hampshire Annual 
Conference, M.E. Ch. Publications: Various 
Pamphlets and leaflets ; S.S. lesson Writer 
to Christian Standard. Address: 120 West 
Curtin St., Bellefonte, Pa. M.E. Ch. 

QUINLAN, Rev. Hilton Chewbrough ; b. NOV. 21, 

1847, at Bethesda, Antigua ; s. of George 
Colour Quinlan (Schoolmaster) and Ann ; m. 
Tabitha Eliza, d. of Henry Murray, Esq., of 
Turk s Islands ; one s. one d. Educ. Bethesda 
day school and Miss. Training Inst. , Antigua ; 
York Castle Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Established 
Methodism in Chavncy Villiage, St. Vincent ; 
laboured at Port-au-Prince as colleague of late 
Rev. Mark B. Bird; Gonaives, Cape Hayti; 
restored Methodism and built Mt. Osborn 
Church, Puerto Plata ; established and built 
church at Monte Cristy, St." Domingo ; la 
boured atGranville, Grenada, Guy s Hill, and 
Hampstead Circuits, Yallahs, in which churches 
have been completed or repaired ; Manchioneal, 
Mountainside, and Clarendon Circuits, Ja 
maica ; has been Schoolmaster in Antigua ; 
Mico. Teacher, Registrar of Births and Deaths, 
and Town Warden of the town of Gros Islet, 
St. Lucia; Teacher at Chauncy Villiage, St. 
Vincent, where he established Methodism ; 
introduced into Ministry by Rev. J. C. Richard 
son ; Member of the Municipal Board, Parish 
of St. Thomas, Jamaica ; labouring in Yallahs 
Circuit for a second time of six years. Recrea 
tions : Walking and reading. Address: 
Orange Park, Yallahs, P.O., Jamaica. W. 



RADFORD, Rev. Joseph Grange, B.D. (Lond.) ; 

b. July 18, 1878, at Manchester; s. of Walter 
Henry Radford ; m. Edith Emmeline Foote, 
of Longsight; one d. Educ. Higher Grade 
School, Deansgate, Manchester ; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. m. 1900. Address : Royton, Old- 
ham. W. 

RAE, Rev. Thomas J 6. May ll, 1846, at New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; s. of Peter Rae and Jane 
Ogsden, of Aberdeen ; m. Frances Esther 
Sanders, of Cardiff; two d. Educ. Royal 
Grammar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Rich 
mond Coll.; e. m. 1870. Missionary in India, 
1870-1. Address: Ardlui, Penclsely Road, 
Cardiff. W. 
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RAIMES, Frederick, J.P. ; &. Jan. 15, 1851, at 
Acaster Malbis ; s. of John Raimes, of Acaster 
Malbis, York ; m. Maria Dresser, of Kelfield, 
Yorks; two s. two d. Educ. Wharfedale 
Coll. , Boston Spa. Chairman of Rairnes & Co., 
Ltd. ; Class-leader ; has been Circuit, Society, 
and Poor Steward; Rep. to Camborne 
Conference. Address: Hartburn Lodge, 
Stockton-on-Tees. W. 

RAMSDEN, Rev. John E., B.A. ; b. Jan. 22, 
1876, at West Vale, Halifax; s. of Hugh 
Ramsden and Hannah, nte Whiteley; m. 
Mary Ashworth, d. of O. Ashworth, Esq., 
Crawahawbooth, Manchester ; three d. Educ. 
Baptist Coll. and Owens Coll., Manchester ; 



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Vic. Univ. (Hebrew Prizeman) ; e. m. 1902. 
Publications : The Nothing That Did ; Chris 
tian Evidence Pamphlets, Articles, &c 
Recreations: Philology and music. Address: 
Trinity Manse, Shifnal, Shropshire. W. 

RANDALL, Rev. Edwin M M B.A., A.M., D.D. ; 

6. Jan. 14, 1862, at Nepenskun Township, 
Winnebago Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A. ; s. of 
Edwin Mortimer Randall, Sr. ; tn. Jennie 
May Sweet, of Baldwin, Kansas, U.S.A. ; one 
s. one d. Educ. Baldwin, Kansas; Baker 
Univ. ; e m. 1887. Pres. of Univ. of Puget 
Sound, 1903-4 ; Gen. Sec. of the Epwortb 
League, M.E. Ch. (elected by the Gen. Con 
ference of 1904). Publications: The Devo 
tional Meeting ; Manuals for Epworth League 
Officers ; A Financial System for the Ep 
worth League. Address: 14 West Washing 
ton St., Chicago, 111. M.E. Ch. 

RANDALL, Hannah ; b. Dec. 4, 1864, at Salt- 
house, Norfolk ; d. of Richard High ; m. 
J. Holmes Randall, of Holt, Norfolk : one s. 
one d. Class-leader ; first lady Rep. to East 
Anglian Synod; Rep. to Conference, 1911. 
Address: Station Road, Holt, Norfolk. W. 

RANDALL, Rev. Thomas ; e. m. 1863. Late 
Trustee of Elmfield Coll., York; Member of 
the Gloucester Board of Guardians, and of 
City Public Library Com. and Museum Com. ; 
Sec. of the Gloucester and Dist. F.C.C. ; Sec. 
of Gloucester Branch of Religious Tract 
Society ; a Schools Rep. Manager and Sec. 
of Gloucester Nonconformist Ministers Union. 
Address: Clarendon Villa, Tredworth Road, 
Gloucester. P. 

RANDER80N, Fred Dawson ; b. April 22, 1868, 

at Hull ; s. of James Randerson ; m. 1st, 
Ada Dalton, of Hull ; 2nd, Alice Edith, d. of 
late Rev. John Harris, of Haverfordwest ; 
six c. Educ. South Myton Wesleyan School, 
Hull; Westminster Training Coll. School 
master. Circuit Steward, Class-leader, Local 
Preacher, Sec. of Quarterly Meeting; Chair 
man of Brotherhood ; Teacher of Psychology 
and Mathematics at the Canterbury Central 
Classes. Recreation: Woodwork. Address: 
2 Victoria Terrace, Canterbury. W. 
RANDLE8, Sir John Scurrah, Kt. (. 1905), 

J.P. ; b. Dec. 25, 1857, at Boston, Lines ; s. 
of Rev. Marshall Randies, D.D. ; m. Elizabeth 
Hartley, d. of Robert Spencer. Educ. Lincoln ; 
Woodhouse Grove School. Ironmaster ; 
Chairman of Combination of Cumberland Iron 
and Steel Manufactures, known as Workington 
Iron and Steel Co., Ltd. ; a Director of the 
Furness Railway and other Railways ; is 
associated with various kinds of church work, 
the S.S. in particular ; several times Rep. to 
Conference; M.P. (C.) for Cocker mouth Div. 
of Cumberland, 1900-6, and again from 
August of same year, until Dec. 1910. 
Recre-ations : Travel, motoring, chess, bowls, 



&c. A ddress : Keswick, Cumberland. Clubs: 
Constitutional ; Carlton ; Automobile. W. 

RANDOLPH, Rev. David B. F., B.D.; b. 

Jan. 23, 1848, at Newark, N.J. ; s. of Simeon 
and Jane Pierson Randolph ; m. 1871, 
Mary Kinsey, of Newark, N.J. ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Pennington Seminary, N.J., 
and Drew Theol. Seminary, N.J. ; e. m. 1871. 
Dist. Supt. of Elizabeth Dist. of Newark 
Annual Conference, M.E. Ch.,; Trustee 
of Syracuse Univ. and of Newark Annual 
Conference. Recreations : Pedestrianlsm and 
canoeing. Address: 45 Sandford Avenue, 
Plainfield, New Jersey, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

RANDOLPH, Rev. Herbert Fitz-, M.A.; b. 

Nov. 4, 1870, at Port Republic, New Jersey, 
U.S.A.; s. of Wilson Fitz and Harriet 
Louise ; m. 1894, Elva Wolfe, of Pottsville, 
Pa., U.S.A. ; two s. one d. Educ. Centenary 
Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N.J. ; 
Dickinson Coll., Carlisle, Pa.; New York 
Univ., New York City, N.Y. ; e. m. 1892. 
Publications : Sermons and Addresses. Ad 
dress : 65~North Fullerton Avenue, Mont- 
clair, N.J., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

RANK, Hilda; b. June 18, 1887, at Hornsea, 
Yorks ; d. of Joseph Rank. Educ. Winters- 
dorf, Birkdale. Class-leader, S.S. Teacher, 
&c. ; one of the first Lady Representatives 
to Conference. Recreations: Golf, &c. Ad 
dress: Bushey Down, Tooting Common, 
S.W. W. 

RATTENBURY, Rev. John Ernest ; b. Dec. 10, 

1870, at Stanningley, Yorks ; s. of Rev. Henry 
Owen Rattenbury ; m. Edith Mary, d. of R. S. 
Mantle, Leicester ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Woodhouse Grove School; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1893. Founded Nottingham Mission, 
1902 ; Supt. of West London Mission ; 
Member of Executive National F.C.C. Pub 
lications : Six Sermons on Social Subjects, &c. 
Address : 31 Woburn Square, W.C. W. 

RATTENBURY, 8. P., J.P. ; b. June 16, 1840, at 
Old Mill, Stoke Climsland ; s. of H. Ratten 
bury ; m. S. K. Symons, of Tregada, Launce- 
ston. Educ. Callington. County Councillor 
for over 20 years ; Dist. Councillor ; Chairman 
of Launceston Board of Guardians; J.P. for 
Cornwall. S.S. worker for over 65 years ; has 
filled many church offices. Address : Polhilsa 
House, Stoke Climsland, Callington, Cornwall. 
U. 

RAW, Rev. Albert Edward ; s. of Rev. Nathan 

Raw ; m. Miss Bretherton, of Tunbridge 
Wells. Educ. Kingswood School; Dids 
bury Coll.; e. m. 1883. A.C.F. at 
Shorncliffe Camp, 1901-9 ; Financial Sec. 
of Kent Dist. 1903-9. Address: 2 Boveney 
Road, Honor Oak Park, S.E. W. 

RAWLINQ8, Edmund Charles, J.P. ; b. Dec. 11, 
1854, at Wallingford; s. of Rev. Edmund 
Rawlings ; m. Amy, d. of S. P. Yates ; two d. 

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Educ. Privately. Solidtor, Senior Partner of 
E. C. Rawlings & Butt, Solicitors for the 
P.M. Church. S.S. Supt. for 25 years ; Circuit 
Steward, Local Preacher ; Vice-Pres. of 
Conference, 1905. Mayor of Hammersmith, 
1906-7 ; J.P. for County of London ; Member 
of National Evangelical Free Church Executive. 
Publications : Free Churchman s Legal Hand 
book ; &c. Recreations : Motoring and golf. 
Addresses: 6 Gunnersbury Avenue, Ealing 
Common ; 4 River court Road, Hammersmith. 
Clubs : National Liberal ; City Liberal. P. 

RAWLINGS, Rev. Eugene Hubbard, A.M., D.D. ; 

b. Oct. 20, 1865, at Powellton, Brunswick Co., 
Va., U.S.A.; s. of Leroy T. and Emily J. 
Rawlings ; m. Fannie B. Powell, of Brunswick 
Co.,Va. Educ. Randolph Macon Coll., and 
Vanderbilt Univ. Educational Sec. of Board 
of Missions of M.E. Church South ; Pastor 
for 17 years in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Rich 
mond, and Danville, Va. ; Presiding Elder for 
one year of Richmond Dist. Recreations : Tour 
of Palestine, Near East, and Continent of 
Europe. Address: Nashville, Tennessee. 
M.E.Ch. S. 

RAWLINGS, John Adams, M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., 

L.8.A. ; b. 1848, at Pickering, Yorks ; s. 
of Rev. Charles Rawlings : m. 1873, Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Robert Rees (d. 1867). 
Educ. Private schools ; Queen s Coll., Birm 
ingham ; Guy s. J.P. for County Borough of 
Swansea ; Consulting Physician to Swansea 
Hospital ; Ex-Pres. of W. Wales Federation 
Free Church Councils, and Swansea Y.M.C.A. ; 
Local Preacher and Class-leader. Addresses : 
Bryn Awel, Sketty, nr. Swansea ; 14 North 
ampton Place, Swansea. W. 

RAWLINGS, Rev. Thomas Foulkes ; b. Aug. 22, 
1852, at Wakefield, Yorks : s. of Rev. Charles 
Rawlings; m. Jane Catherine (Jennie), d. 
of late Mrs. Rees (widow of Rev. Robert Rees), 
of Sketty, Swansea ; one d. Educ. Thistle- 
boon House, Mumbles, Swansea ; Didsbury 
Coll.; e. m. 1873. Recreation: Cycling. 
Address : The Manse, 2 Sunnyside Road, 
Clevedon, Somerset. W. 

RAWSON, James Herbert ; I. Feb. 22, isee, at 

Wigan ; s. of Peter Fray Rawson ; m. Fanny, 
e. d. of Benjamin Brown ; two s. one d. 
Educ. Wigan High School. Director and Sec. 
of The Widnes Foundry Co., Ltd. Circuit 
Steward, Class-leader, S.S. Supt. ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1898, 1906, and 1910. Re- 
creation: Cricket. Address: Melrose, Long 
Lane, Garston, Liverpool. W, 

RAWSON, William Horrocks, J.P. ; b. Jan. 7, 

1854, at Wigan ; s. of Peter Fray Rawson ; m. 
Martha, d. of William Melling, J.P. ; three d. 
Educ. Private school. Cotton Manufacturer. 
Circuit Steward, Soc. Steward, S.S. Supt. for 
30 years, Class-leader 19 years; Member of 
Bolton Dist. Syn6d for 20 years; Rep. to 
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Connexional Home Mission Com. ; Rep. to 
Conference seven times ; Mayor of Accrington 
for two years. Address: Fern Bank, 
Whalley Road, Accrington. W. 

RAYNAR, John; b. June 15, 1828, at Don- 
caster ; s. of Rev. Joseph Raynar ; m. Selina, 
y. d. of Joseph Bottomley, Merchant, Leeds ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Privately. Pres. of 
Leeds Stock Exchange ; Life Governor of The 
Leys School, Cambridge ; Member of Court of 
Leeds Univ. His leisure is devoted to church 
and philanthropic work ; has been Trustee of 
many chapels, served on various Corns., and 
been a frequent Rep. to Conference. Ad 
dress: Normanton Rise, Scarborough. W. 

RAYSON, George William ; b. May 20, 1867, 
at Hull ; s. of William and Susannah Rayson ; 
m. Jennie, d. of George and Mary Ann Randall, 
of Hornsea. Railway Signalman. Circuit 
Steward, Local Preacher, Class-leader ; Wesley 
Guild Sec. and many other Church offices. 
Address: Rayson, Market Weighton. W. 

READ, Rev. J. Phillips ; b. Sept. 4, 1854, at 
Pontypool, Mon ; s. of George Read ; m. 
Eleanor Almond, of Gateshead ; one s. one a. 
Educ. The Anchorage Grammar School, 
Gateshead; e. m. 1890. Has been Pres. of 
Local F.C.C. ; Rep. to National Convention ; 
Hon. Chap, to H.M. Navy and Prison at 
Portland ; Dist. S.S. Sec. ; Gen. Com. Del. and 
Rep. to Conference. Contributor to Maga 
zines, &c. Recreation : Cycling. Address : 
Teesdale House, Easingwold, Yorks. P. 

READER, Rev. Clement Saunders ; b. March 8, 

1852, at Bridport ; s. of William T. Reader, of 
Bridport ; m. Emily, d. of Samuel Smith, of 
Holbeck, Leeds ; three s. two d. Educ. 
Kingston School, Yeovil ; Richmond Wes. 
Coll. ; e. m. 1875. Recreation : Music. 
Address : Knaresborough, Yorks. W. 

REDFERN, John J b. Feb. 22, 1868, at Birming 
ham ; s. of Joseph Redfern ; m. Annie Collins, 
of Oxon. Educ. Elementary schools. Local 
Preacher for 25 years ; Choir-master ; Leader 
of Young Men s Class ; Rep. to B.C. Conference, 
1907. Recreations: Music and singing. Ad 
dress : 70 Mansel Road, Small Heath, Birming 
ham. U. 

REDFERN, Rev. William ; b. Aug. 7, 1852, at 
Codnor, Derby ; s. of William Redfern ; m. 
Sarah Jane, d. of Mr. John Whitaker, of 
Haslingden; five c. Educ. National School, 
Riddings ; Owens Coll., Manchester ; Aber 
deen Univ. ; e. m. 1871. Member of Meth. 
Oecumenical Conferences at Washington 1891, 
and London 1901 ; Pres. of U.M.F.C. in 1902. 
Publications : The Gospel of Redemption ; 
Modern Developments of Methodism; 
Methodist Union in the New History of 
Methodism. Address : 112 St. Edmunds Ter 
race, Clement Royds St., Rochdale. U 



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REECE, Rev. John Sadler ; b. Dec. 21, ISTI, at 

Kelsall, Cheshire ; s. of John Reece, Sound 
Hall, Cheshire; m. Miss Ada Beeson, of Chester; 
one s. one d. Educ. Delamere Forest National 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1897. Publi 
cation : Charlie Bland, Bookmaker : a Lon- 
don Brotherhood Trophy. Address: Ep- 
worth House, Petersfield, Hants. W. 

REED, Rev. George Edward, A.B., A.M., 

S.T.D., LL.D. ; b. March 28, 1846, at Brown- 
ville, Maine, U.S.A. ; s. of Rev. George and 
Ann (Hellyer) Reed ; m. Ella Frances Seffing- 
well, of Norwich, Conn., U.S.A.; one s. 
Educ. High School, Lowell, Mass. ; Wes. 
Acad., Wilbraham, Mass. ; Wes. Univ., 
Middletown, Conn. ; Boston Univ. Theol. 
School ; graduated from the Wes. Univ. ; 
e. m. 1870, joining New England Southern 
Conference, later New York East, 1889 ; 
elected to Presidency of Dickinson Coll., 
Carlisle, Pa., retiring in 1911; State libra 
rian of Pennsylvania, 1898-1902 ; lecturer 
and orator on occasions ; Del. to Gen. 
Conference, 1896. Recreations : Walking, 
horse-back riding, and general gymnastics. 
Address : No. 1 N. Third Street, Harrisburg, 
Pa., U.S.A. M.E. Ch. 

REED, Rev. Joseph ; b. Feb. 14, 1870, at Lewes ; 
s. of James Reed, of Lewes, Sussex ; m. B. C., 

d. of Rev. A. Fentiman. Educ. Lewes; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1893. Missionary in 
India, Lucknow and Benares Dist. Address : 
Dilkusha, Lucknow, India. W. 

REED, Rev. W. B. ; b. 1836, at Holwell, Buck- 
land Brewer; s. of Rev. William Reed; m. 
1st, 1865, Maria Jane Ford (three s. one d.) ; 
2nd, 1874, Maria Worledge (one s. one 
d.) ; 3rd, 1890, R. A. Wooldridge. Stud. 
Shebbear Coll., N. Devon ; e. m. 1860. Pres. 
of B.C. Conference, 1881 ; Sec. of Colleges 
Com. for 31 years ; founded the Edgehill Girls 
Coll., and conducted it, in conjunction with 
his wife as Head Mistress, for 26 years ; 
Member of National Rose Society. Recre 
ation : Gardening. Address: Endsleigh, 
Bideford, Devon. U. 

REED, Rev. William ; b. Oct. 6, 1855, at Leeds ; 
s. of John Reed ; m. M. A. Newsome, of Leeds; 
two c. Educ. Darley St. Wes. School, Leeds ; 

e. m. Aug. 1877. Address: 12 Baker St., 
Nottingham. U. 

REED, William Henry, J.P. ; b. 1850, at Bod- 
min ; s. of Edward Reed ; m. 1879, Caroline, 
d. of Robert Vickery, Weston-super-Mare ; 
five s. one d. Paper Manufacturer. Has filled 
many church offices. J.P. and C.C. for Devon ; 
Alderman of Exeter. Recreations : Walking 
and motoring. Address : Thornlea, Exeter. 
T. 329. Club : National liberal. W. 

REE6, Rev. Allen ; b. Oct. 25, 1844, at Hong 
kong; s. of Rowland Rees, J.P., of Dover, 
Alderman and Mayor ; m. Eleanor Abbott, of 



Bow ; three s. five d. Educ. Privately ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1868. Elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1908. Publications : Sermons and 
Pamphlets. Recreation : Gardening. A ddress : 
Belgrave House, Chevallier St., Ipswich. W. 

REES, Edward, J.P. ; b. Jan. 1, 1840, at Ma- 
chynlleth ; s. of Evan Rees ; m. Ann, d. of 
John Morgan ; two s. Educ. National school, 
Machynlleth. Chemist and Pharmacist (re 
tired). Dist. Treas. of Foreign Missions, 
Local Preacher, and Class-leader ; has been 
Circuit Steward, Soc. Steward ; also Trustees 
Treas. for over 40 years ; Rep. to Conference 
six times ; Rep. at Oecumenical Conference, 
Washington, 1891 ; S.S. Supt. Publications : 
Sermons, Biographies, &c., in Welsh periodi 
cals. Recreations : Walking. A ddress : Rhu- 
feinfa, Caersws, Mont. W. 

REES, Rev. Philip, B.A., B.SC., M.D. (Lond.) ; 

b. Jan. 8, 1877, at Northampton ; s. of Rev. 
Allen Rees ; m. Ethel, d. of Oswald Craske, 
of Chelsea ; one s. one d. Educ. Woodhouse 
Grove ; Charing Cross Hospital ; I,ondon 
School of Tropical Medicine ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1902. Medical Missionary in China ; 
Livingstone Scholar, Llewellyn Scholar, and 
House Surgeon of Charing Cross Hospital. 
Publications : The chapters on S. China In 
Wesleyan Medical Missions in China ; Articles 
in the Lancet and China Medical Journal. 
Recreations : Gardening and cricket. Address : 
Wesleyan Hospital, Wuchow, West River, S. 
China. W. 

REES, Rev. Richard Wilkins ; b. July is, istu, 

at Pembroke Dock ; s. of Richard Rees ; m. 
Emma Bowyer, d. of William Bonner ; one s. 
Educ. at several schools and privately; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1883. Pres. of Black 
burn and Dist. F.C.C. 1910-11. Publications : 
Articles in Academy, Daily Chronicle , London 
Quarterly Review, and other journals ; parts 
(Witchcraft and the Kirk, &c.) of the Bygone 
Series ; assisted in the writing of some well- 
known- nature books ; has also written many 
reviews and done editorial work. Recreations : 
Book-hunting, nature study, folk-lore, and 
general antiquarian research. Address : 111 
Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness. W. 

REES, Rev. Robert Montgomery, M.A. (Loud.) ; 

b. 1853, at Devonport; s. of Rev. Robert 
Rees and Mary A. Davis ; m. Catharine M. 
Tait, of Chester ; four s. three d. Educ. 
Kingswood School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. tn. 
1875. Assist. Tutor at Didsbury, 1876-8. 
Examiner at Handsworth and Headingley, 
1890-1904. Address: Homeleigh, Carnarvon. 
W. 

REEVES, Rev. John Jones ; b. 1877, at weston, 

Baschurch, Salop ; m. Mary Phillips, of 
Walford Heath, Shrewsbury; two c. Stud. 
Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1900. Ex-Sec, 
to Bradford and Halifax Dist. C.E. Council. 
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Address: 79 Cecil Avenue, Great Horton, 
Bradford. P. 

REID, Rev. George ; b. at Banff ; s. of James 
Reid and Ann Morgan, and nephew of late Rev. 
John Morgan, M.A., Aberdeen ; m. 1st, Malenia 
Smith, of Plumpton, Knaresborough ; 2nd, 
Clara H. Dangerfield, of Bilston ; three s. one d. 
Educ. Banff Academy, &c. ; Glasgow Univ. ; 
e. m. 1865. Address: Lee-on-the-Solent, Gos- 
port. W. 

RE3TARICK, Rev. Arthur E., B.A. (Lond.); 
6. Nov. 27, 1861, at Trowbridge ; s. of Edwin 
Restarick ; m. Emily B. Kilner, of Watford ; 
two s. two d. Educ. N. London Coll. School ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1884. Missionary in 
N. Ceylon, 1884-1905. Publication: Part 
author of Ceylon and its Methodism. A ddress : 
1 Savile Row, The Boulevard, Halifax. W. 

REVELL, Thomas Edward ; b. NOV. 25, 1835, at 

Seend, Wilts; m. June 21, 1857, Lydia Id. 
May 6, 1903), d. of John Meredith, of Twerton ; 
two s. three d. Educ. Privately. Boot 
Manufacturer, of Firm of Rev ell & Sons, 
Stroud and Bath. For 40 years a Class- 
leader; Rep. to Conference, twice; Member 
of Dist. Corns. ; has held various church 
offices. Recreations : Reading and walking. 
Address: The Granvilles, Bisley Road, 
Stroud, Glos. T. 205. W. 

REYNAR, Rev. Alfred Henry, M.A., LL.D ; b. 

Oct. 13, 1840, at Quebec ; s. of James Reynar 
and Ellen Conner ; m. 1st, Fanny Morley, d. 
of Rev. Wm.Morley Punshon,LL.D. ; (one d.) 
2nd, Ida, d. of John Hay den, of Cobourg, 
Ont. (six d.). Educ. High School, Quebec; 
Victoria Coll., Univ. of Toronto; e. m. 1862. 
Was Pres of Bay of Quinte Conference in 
1902. With the exception of a year spent 
in pastoral work and two years in post-grad 
uate work in Berlin, Leipsic, and Paris, has 
been, since 1862, a Member of Staff of Victoria 
Coll.; in 1910 retired from active work of 
College with the rank of Professor Emeritus 
of English Literature. Address: Cobourg, 
Ontario, Canada. C. 

REYNOLDS, Rev. Herbert George ; b. March 19, 

1875, at Northampton ; s. of William Rey 
nolds ; m. Winifred, d. of A. J. Fletcher, of 
Wilmslow Park, Cheshire; one s. one d. 
Educ. Northampton day schools; Yorkshire 
Coll., Leeds; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1900. 
Address: Brinscall, nr. Chorley, Lanes. W. 

REYNOLDS, John William ; b. Oct. 8, 1862, at 

Tibshelf , Derby ; s. of George Reynolds, of 
Tibshelf; m. Emma Hubbard, of Tibshelf; 
two s. three d. Educ. National school, 
Tibshelf. Grocer and Draper. S.S. Teacher 
for 34 years, Assist. Supt. over 20 years, 
Class-leader for 30 years, Local Preacher 
24 years; Local Trustee, Circuit Steward; 
Parish Councillor for 17 years; School 
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Manager, &c. Address: High Street, Tib- 
shelf, Derbyshire. W. 

REYNOLDS, Rev. William ; b. May 31, 1848, at 
Trowbridge. Educ. Grammar School : e. m. 
1872. Address : New Road, Solihull, Birm 
ingham. W. 

RHODES, Rev. Charles William; b. NOV. 28, 
1849, at Bolton, Lanes ; s. of Charles Rhodes, 
of Bolton, Lanes ; m. Elizabeth, d. of Lewis 
Brown, of Bolton, Lanes ; four s. one d. 
e. m. 1872. Recreations: Gardening and 
walking. Address: Wesley Manse, Daven try. 
W. 

RHODES, James; ft. March 8, 1853, at 
Smithy Nook, Littleborough, Lanca; s. of 
James and Martha Rhodes. Educ. Methodist 
New Connexion day school, held in the 
Mount Gilead Church, Littleborough. Grocer. 
Member of late Local Board and Urban Dist. 
Council, Littleborough, for 25 years, Chair 
man of Council two years, and J.P. for the 
County. Trustee, S.S. Supt., and Organist; 
Treas. for 42 years ; Del. to the Uniting 
Conference, London, and the Centenary Con 
ference, Sheffield. Address: 15 Smithy 
Nook, Littleborough, via Manchester. U. 

RICE, Rev. Charles Francis, D.D. ; b. April 14, 

1851, at Chelsea, Mass. ; s. of Rev. William 
Rice, D.D., and Caroline Laura Rice; m. 
Miriam Owen Jacobs, of Springfield, Mass. ; 
three s. two d. Educ. Wes. Univ., Middle- 
town, Conn. ; e. m. 1875. Del. to Gen. Confer 
ence of M.E. Ch., 1904 and 1908, and to 
Inter-Church Conference on Federation, 1905 ; 
Member of Twentieth Century Club, Boston. 
Tutor of Latin in Wes. Univ., 1874-7 ; Supt. 
of Cambridge Dist. in New England Confer 
ence, 1905-11 ; has been Pres. of Board of 
Trustees of Wes. Acad., Wilbraham, Mass. ; 
received the degree of D.D. from Wes. Univ., 
Middletown, Conn. 1893. Recreations : Read 
ing and golf-playing. Address : 24 Moreland 
St., Rexbury, Mass. M.E. Ch. 

RICE, Rev. William North, Ph.D., LL.D.; b. 

Nov. 21, 1845, at Marblehead, Mass., U.S.A. j 
s. of Rev. William Rice, D.D. ; m. Elizabeth 
Wing Crowell, of Worcester, Mass. ; one s. 
Educ. Wes. Univ. (A.B. 1865), Yale Univ. 
(Ph.D. 1867), Univ. of Berlin. Professor of 
Geology and Natural History, Wea. Univ., 
1868-84 ; Professor of Geology since 1884 ; 
Acting Pres., 1907-9 ; e. m. in New York East 
Conference, 1869. Assistant Geologist of 
U.S.A. Geological Survey, 1891-2 ; Supt. of 
State Geological and Natural History Survey 
of Connecticut since 1903 ; Lecturer on 
Relations of Science and Religion, Hamilton 
Theological Seminary, 1897-1900; Chairman 
of Board of Examiners, New York East Con 
ference, since 1906; Pres. of Connecticut 
Council of Education, 1902-5 ; Prea. of State 
Council, Federation of Churches in Connecti- 



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cut, 1909-11. Publications: Geology of 
Bermuda ; Science Teaching in the Schools ; 
Twenty-five Years of Scientific Progress, 
and other Essays ; Christian Faith in an Age 
of Science ; Manual of the Geology of Con 
necticut (with H. E. Gregory) ; (editor) 
Dane s Text-book of Geology, 5th ed. ; numer 
ous Articles in scientific, religious, and edu 
cational journals. Recreations : Mountain 
tramping. Address: Middletown, Conn. 
M.E. Ch. 

RICHARDS, Charles Thomas ; b. July, 1852, at 

Birmingham ; s. of Wm. Richards ; m. 1st, 
1870, Harriett Lloyd, of Wolverhampton ; 
2nd, 1885, Nancy Butler, of Quarry Bank; 
six c. Educ. Dawson s School, Birmingham. 
Pawnbroker. Mayor of Wolverhampton. Soc. 
Steward. W. 
RICHARDS, Ernest Horatio, councillor; b. 

April 23, 1859; s. of William Richards, of 
Coombe ; tn. Mary Cundy, of Penhedra ; 
one s. Educ. St. Stephen s School. Coun 
cillor, Guardian, and Member of several public 
Coins. ; Rep. to Conference ; has filled many 
church offices. Recreations : Gardening and 
driving. Address : Peniel House, Bugle, 
St. Austell, Cornwall. W. 

RICHARDS, Frank, M.A.; b. Sept. 24, i860; 

s. of Robert Richards. Educ. Nottingham 
High School; Trinity Coll., Camb. Second 
Master, Kingswood School, Bath; Local 
Preacher, Class-leader. Pres. (1911) of W.M. 
Union for Social Service. Publications : Articles 
in Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, and in 
The Social Teaching of the Bible. Address: 
12 Mount Beacon, Bath. W. 

RICHARDS, Rev. Samuel Yelland ; b. May 13, 

1870, at Coombe, Coinwall; s. of William 
Richards ; tn. Lilian Evelyn, d. of Rev. A. 
Denbigh White; three s. one d. Educ. St. 
Stephen s; Handsworth Coll.; e. m. 1894. 
Publications: Sermons in various magazines 
at home and abroad. Recreations : Fishing 
and golf. Address : St. John s Manse, Man- 
ningham, Bradford. W. 

RICHARDSON, Rev. Francis ; b. May 4, i860, 
at Houghton-le-Spring, Co. Durham ; s. of 
Francis and Margaret Richardson ; m. Rose, 

d. of S. Davies, Esq., Perth ; one s. three d. 
Educ. Wes. school ; Sunderland Coll. ; e. tn. 
July 1882. Address : Melbourne House, Allen 
St., Mountain Ash, Glam. P. 

RICHARDSON, Peter L..B.A., B.D.; b. Dec. 13, 
1865, at Ulverton, Quebec ; s. of Rev. James 
E. Richardson ; m. S. Alice Feras, of Mon 
treal; four s. one d. Educ. Preparatory 
schools ; Stanstead Coll., Stanstead, Quebec ; 
Cobourg Collegiate Inst. ; Graduate of 
McGill Univ. and Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal ; 

e. m. 1889, Montreal Conference. Prof, of 
Systematic Theology and Homiletics in Wes. 
Theol. Coll., Montreal; Ex-Chairman of 



Quebec and Ottawa Dists. Addresses: 
Wesleyan Theological College, Montreal; 
139 Tozette Avenue, Montreal West. C. 

RIDDETT, Rev. Alfred Perry ; b. Oct. 20, 1844, 

at Ryde, I.W. ; s. of George Riddett ; m. 
Emma George, of Newport, I.W. ; three s. 
four d. Educ. Private school ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1871. Missionary in Mysore, S. 
India, 1872-83 ; became Supernumerary at 
Conference, 1910. Address: 40 Vereker 
Road, W. Kensington, W. W. 

RIDER, Rev. Joseph Herbert ; b. Sept. is, 1869, 

at Eston Junction ; s. of James Rider, of 
Saltburn-by-the-Sea ; m. Elizabeth Anne, d. 
of late Rev. Thomas Trethewey. Educ. 
Middlesbrough High School; Headingley 
Coll.; e. m. 1892. Supt. of the Leysian 
Mission ; Financial Sec. of First Condon 
Synod; Member of Wes. Guild Central Coun 
cil; Member of Connexional Home Mission 
Com. and London Com. Recreations : Golf 
and cricket. Addresses: 52 Grand Avenue, 
Muswell Hill, N. ; The Leysian Mission, City 
Road, E.G. W . 

RIDER, Rev. Thomas ; b. Aug. 20, 1832, at 
Leeds ; s. of Jacob Rider, of Leeds ; m. Emma 
Julia Ozanne, of Guernsey ; three s. three d. 
Educ. Privately ; e. m. 1854 ; Pres. of M.N.C. 
1883. Contributor to Magazines and Reviews. 
Address : 47 Cypress Road, Southport. U. 

RIDER, Rev. William ; b. Feb. 26, 1875, at 

Pudsey, Leeds ; s. of William H. and Harriet 
E. Rider ; m. Kate, d. of Henry and Elizabeth 
Ann Higgs, of Shoreham ; one s. three d. 
Educ. Pudsey ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1899. 
Missionary in Honduras, 1899-1906 ; Rep. to 
Conference, 1910. Recreations : Cycling, walk 
ing, and music. Address : The Manse, St. 
Agnes, Cornwall. W. 

RIDGE, Rev. Charles; b. NOV. 15, 1866, at 

Instow, N. Devon ; s. of John and Grace 
Ridge; m. 1st, Annie H. Coram, of Bootle, 
Liverpool (four c.) ; 2nd, Sister Lisa Simcox, 
fr. Bushbury, Wolverhampton (one c.). Educ. 
Wes. day school, Appledore, N. Devon ; 
Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1889. For eight years 
Missionary in W. Indies, five years in Hon 
duras. Financial Sec. of Devonport and 
Plymouth Dist. Address: 5 Whitefield 
Terrace, Plymouth. W. 

RIGBY-JONES, John; b. Jan. 10, 1846, at 
Liverpool ; m. e. d. of Richard Lloyd, of 
Liverpool ; six s. two d. Educ. Liverpool Coll. 
Flax and Hemp Spinner and Twine Manufac 
turer. Chairman and Director of H. &. J. 
Jones & Co., Ltd., Ormskirk and Liverpool. 
Class-leader, and Senior Circuit Steward 
1905-10, St. John s, Liverpool; Trustee of 
Liverpool Female Penitentiary ; Rep. to Con 
ference, 1908-9. Address: Fern Hurst, 
Bentley Road, Prince s Park, Liverpool. 
Club: Liverpool Reform. W. 



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RIGGALL, Rev. Henry Allen ; b. Oct. u, 1878 

at lyouth, lyincs ; 5. of Francis H. Riggall 
tn. A. May, d. of A. Worrall. Educ. Hull and 
E. Riding Coll. ; Handsworth CoU. ; e. m. 1903 
For six years Missionary in Gold Coast Dist. 
W. Africa. Address: Ryecroft, Honley 
Huddersfield. W. 

RIGGALL, Rev. Marmaduke ; b. March i z 

1851, at Wawne, nr. Beverley ; s. of Rober 
and Betsy Riggall ; m. 1st, 1880, Sarah Annie 
d. of George and Jane Houghton, of Padgate 
(three c.) ; 2nd, Harriet, widow of John 
Armstrong Cocker, of Hathersage (four c.) 
Educ. Salway House, I,eyton ; Didsburj 
Coll. ; e. m. 1872. Publications : Docto: 
Cheerful and His Medicine; The I,ough 
borough Hymnal ; Hymn No. 32 in Th< 
Methodist School Hymnal. Recreations , 
Chess ; Researches in Methodist antiquities 
Address: Malta House, Alf or d, L,incs. W. 

RILEY, Joseph John, J.P., c.c. ; b. NOV. 26 

1851, at Stanningley ; s. of Daniel anc 
Hannah Riley, of Stanningley, I,eeds ; m. 1st 
Mary Ann, d. of William and Alice Isherwood 
of Darwen ; 2nd, Sarah, d. of James and Agnes 
Ainsworth, of Darwen ; three s. two d. Educ 
Parsley and Darwen. Printer and Publisher 
and Newspaper Proprietor. Poor I^aw 
Guardian for Blackburn for 25 years ; County 
Councillor for Lancashire and Member ol 
Education Corns, for 18 years; County and 
Borough Magistrate since 1892. Circuit 
and Society Steward, Trust Sec., Trustee; 
Member of Management of the Children s 
Home Com. Address: Whitehall Bank, 
Darwen, Southport and Rossendale, I^ancs. 
W. 

RILEY, Willie ; b. April 23, 1866, at Bradford ; 
s. of Joseph Riley ; m. Clara Hirst, of Morley, 
nr. I^eeds. Educ. Bradford Grammar School. 
Managing Director of Riley Bros. L,td., Optical 
lantern Makers, &c. L,ocal Preacher, Class- 
leader, Teacher for many years of Men s Class, 
Circuit Steward. Contributor of short stories 
and articles to The Methodist Recorder, &c. 
Addresses : 39 Blenheim Road, Manningham, 
Bradford; Care of Riley Bros. t,td., 17 West- 
gate Colonnade, Bradford. W. 

RIPPON, Rev. Thomas ; b. March 28, 1849, at 
l,ow Teams, Gateshead ; s. of Thomas Rippon ; 
m. Esther, d. of Abraham Hodgson, of Birken- 
head; one s. Educ. Privately; e. m. 1870. 
Chairman of the Devonport and Plymouth 
Dist. 1898-1901, of Bristol and Bath Dist., 
1901-1907, and of I,eeds Dist, 1910; ac 
companied Dr. Pope to General Canadian 
Conference, 1894; Del. to Irish Conference, 
1902 ; Elected to I^egal Hundred, 1905 ; Del. 
to Oecumenical Conference held in Toronto, 
1911. Publications : Contributor to Magazines 
on General Subjects. Recreation : Walking. 
Address : 3 Oak Road, Newton Park, L,eetis. 
W. 
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RITSON, Rev. John Holland, M.A. ; b. Feb. 21, 

1868, at Bolton, I^ancs ; s. of Caleb Ritson, of 
Bolton ; m. J. S., d. of Williamson I^amp- 
lough, of Blackheath ; three s. one d. Educ. 
Manchester Grammar School; Balliol CoU., 
Oxford; Headingley CoU., I,eeds; e. m. 1891. 
Gen. Sec. of Brit, and For. Bible Society since 
1900; has inspected Bible Society work in 
Canada, China, Korea, Japan, Siberia, N. 
Africa, and throughout Europe. Publications : 
Abroad for the Bible Society ; Magazine 
Articles and Pamphlets on Bible Work. 
Addresses: Shirland, Mycenae Road, Black- 
heath, S.E. ; 146 Queen Victoria St., London, 
E.G. W. 

RITSON, Rev. Joseph ; b. Jan. 9, 1852, at Nine- 
banks, AUendale, Northumberland ; s. of 
Joseph Ritson, a leading Prim. Meth. in 
Allendale ; m. Sarah A. I^ongstaff, Sunder- 
land ; three s. Educ. Ninebanks school ; 
Elmfield CoU., York; e. m. 1874. Became 
a master at Elmfield CoU., and then at Wood- 
house Grove School ; Connexional Editor, 
1906-11 ; a prolific writer to the denomina 
tional Review and Magazines ; has contributed 
also to The Speaker ; for some 20 years coUab- 
orated with Rev. R. Hind in writing the Con 
ference number of The Primitive Methodist 
and Primitive Methodist leader. Publications : 
I,ost and Won ; John CarviUe ; Hugh Morri- 
gill; The Romance of Primitive Methodism 
(Hartley lecture, 1909) ; The Romance of 
Nonconformity. Recreations : Gardening and 
Entomology. Address : The Manse, 74 Wen- 
lock St., l,uton, Beds. P. 
ROBB, Rev. James ; b. May 10, 18G7, at Glas 
gow ; s. of David and Jane Robb ; m. Ellen 
Amelia Griffin, of Kingwilliamstown ; two s. 
five d. Educ. St. Matthews, the High School, 
and Anderson s Coll., Glasgow; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Sec. of South African 
Missionary Soc. since 1902; Assist. Sec. of 
South African Conference since 1905 ; Member 
of Council of Rhodes Univ. Coll. ; Chairman 
of Council of Wes. High School for Girls; 
Pres. of Grahams town and Dist. Church 
Council. Address: Chalker House, Grahams- 
town, South Africa. S.A. 

ROBERT, Rev. Thomas Nicholas; b. June 7, 

1853, at Guernsey ; s. of John Robert and 
Amelia Domaille ; m. Florence E., d. of Rev. 
George Follows; three s. two d. Educ. 
British School, Guernsey ; last student under 
Rev. Andrew Kessen, U,.D. ; Richmond 
CoU. ; e. w. 1882. Missionary in Honduras, 
1882-8. Address: The Manse, Holsworthy, 
N. Devon. W. 

ROBERTS, David, J.P. ; b. 1846, at I,lywesog 
Isaf , Denbigh ; nt. Ellen Jones, of Waterloo 
House, Carnarvon. Educ. Ruthin. Draper. 
Class-leader since 1873 ; Circuit Steward ; 
Home Mission Treas., &c. ; several times Rep. 
to Conference. Address : Bank House, 
Castle Square, Carnarvon. W. 



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ROBERTS, Rev. Emmanuel Berwyn ; b. July 31, 
1869, at Rhewl, nr. I^langollen ; s. of Morris 
Roberts; m. Annie Roberts, of Waterloo 
House, Carnarvon ; one s. two d. Stud. Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Journal and Assist. 
Sec. of Welsh Assembly for seven years. Pub 
lication: Welsh Commentaries on Ephe- 
sians and 1 and 2 St. Peter. Address: 
Brynderwydd, Cor wen. W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. Griffith Owen (Morfin) ; 6. March 

5, 1867, at Peny Bont, Maentwrog, N. Wales ; 
s. of Robert and Gwen Roberta ; m. Minnie, 
d. of John Williams, M.I.C.E., of Mountainash, 
S. Wales; one ?. one d. Educ. Maentwrog 
National, and Clynnog Grammar School ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. *n. 1894. Publications : 
Articles and Poetry in denominational and 
other magazines. Address: Bryn Myfyr, 
Coedpoeth, nr. Wrexham. W. 
ROBERTS, Neriah Simpson ; b. July 19, 1861, 

at Stanningley, nr. I^eeds ; s. of Israel Roberts ; 
m. Clara Blackburn, of Scarborough ; three s. 
one d. Educ. Dr. Dyson s School, Bradford ; 
Yorkshire Coll. Wholesale Clothier. Chair 
man of Buckley & Sons, I,td. ; many years 
Member of School Board; also Guardian of 
Poor taw since 1892. S.S. Supt. ; Trustees 
Treas. ; has filled most offices open to laymen 
in Circuit ; Rep. to Conference. Recreation : 
Golf. Address: Westfield, Stanningley, nr. 
Leeds. W. 
ROBERTS, Rev. Owen Madoc; b. 1867, at 

Portmadoc, N. Wales; m. e. d. of Watkin 
Williams, Rock House, Carnarvon ; three c. 
Educ. Public and private schools; Davies 
Preparatory School, Menai Bridge ; Didsbury 
Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Dist. Chapel Sec. Publica 
tions: Cofiant y Tri Brawd (Biography of 
Three Brothers) ; Contributor to Magazines. 
Address: Golenfrya, Conway. W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. Peter Jones ; b. May 2, ises, at 

Barmouth ; s. of Edward Roberts, of Bar- 
mouth ; m. Sarah Ellen, d. of Noah Price, of 
Coedpoeth ; seven c. Educ. Barmouth Board 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. nt. 1886. Sec. of 
Welsh Wes. Assembly, 1898-1904; Sec. of 
2nd N. Wales Dist. from 1904 to date ; Pres. 
of Welsh Wes. Assembly, 1909 ; was Sec. of 
Welsh Section of 20th Century Fund, and 
Sec. of Administration to the same up to date ; 
Welsh Book Steward. Publications : Trans 
lation of Dr. Agar Beet s Firm Foundation of 
the Christian Faith ; Joint author of Wesley s 
Memorial ; Handbook on St. Matthew s Gospel ; 
Editor of New Watchman, weekly organ of 
Welsh Methodism. Address: Bangor, N. 
Wales. W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. Robert Garrett; b. Dec. ises, 

at Uanrwst ; s. of Robert Davies Roberts, 
Bradford House ; m. I^aura Ellen, d. of Capt. 
O. Roberts, Talsarnau. Educ. Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1893. Address: IJanfairfechan. 
W. 



ROBERTS, Rev. Thomas Charles ; b. Dec. 12, 

1865, at Nantfyllon, Mont ; s. of Robert 
Roberts, Rhosfawr, Nantfyllon ; m. Jennie 
Edwards, of Glasinfryn, nr. Bangor ; three 
s. two d. Educ. Salop School, Oswestry ; 
East Keswick Coll., nr. I y eeds; Richmond 
Coll.; e. m. 1892. Contributor to Magazines. 
Address: Votty, Bersham Road, Wrexham. 
W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. Thomas Gwilym ; b. April 9, 
187G, at Maentwrog ; s. of Willam and Grace 
Roberts ; m. Maude Platt, of Towyn, Merion 
eth. Educ. Festiniog Grammar and County 
School ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1899. 
Recreations: Angling and gardening. Ad 
dress: Cadvan Villa, Trevor, Issa, Ruabon. 
W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. Thomas Nicholls ; b. Oct. 15, 
1857, at Corris, Merionethshire; s. of Owen 
and S. J. Roberts; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of 
Rev. Evan Davies, Wes. Minister ; one *. 
one d. Educ. Corris; Univ. Coll., Aberyst- 
wyth ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Educa 
tion Sec. of 1st N. Wales Dist. Synod and of 
The Welsh Assembly. Address: lylanfyllin, 
Mon. W. 

ROBERTS, Walter, F.R.G.s. ; b. June 26, 1850, 

at Doncaster ; s. of Dennis Roberts. Educ. 
Edenfield House School, Doncaster. Draper. 
I/)cal Preacher, Class-leader ; has been Circuit 
Steward and Society Steward ; Pres. of Men s 
Bible Class for 26 years ; Missionary Sec. for 
32 years; four times Rep. to Conference. 
Recreations : Travel, horse-riding, golf, and 
photography. Address : tynwood, Doncaster. 
W. 

ROBERTS, Rev. William R. ; b. in the seventies, 
at Fron Yw, Talsarnau, Merioneth ; s. of 
Wm. and Ann Roberts ; m. May F. Thompson, 
of Minchinhampton, Glos ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Higher Grade School, Bl. Festiniog ; 
The Grammar School, Menai Bridge ; Dids 
bury Coll. ; e. m. 1897. Welsh Correspondent 
Methodist Times; Editor Welsh Wes. Diary 
and Year-book; Sec. of M.U.S.S., 1st N. 
Wales Dist., and of East Denbigh Temperance 
Assoc. Recreations : Angling and cycling. 
Address: Epworth Villa, I y langollen. W. 

ROBERTSON, Rev. John Charles, M.A., B.D. 

(Dub.) ; b. March 15, 1868, at Dublin ; s. of 
Rev. James Robertson, D.D., and Auderiah 
I<aird; nt. Dorothea Kathleen, d. of James 
D. Giles, of Woodview, Enniscorthy, and 
Dublin. Educ. Methodist Coll., Belfast; 
Wesley Coll., and Trinity Coll., Dublin ; e. m. 
1895. Editorial Sec. of Irish Conference, 
1906-7 ; Journal Sec, 1908- ; Tutor in 
Theological Department, Methodist Coll., 
Belfast. Recreations: Golf and microscopy. 
Address: Methodist College, Belfast. W. 

ROBINSON, Charles Frederic, J.P. ; b. Jan. 19, 
1847, at I,ongton ; s. of George Beckett 



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Robinson ; m. to Emily lyightfoot Palmer, of 
lyongtou ; four c. Educ. Privately. Solicitor, 
lyocal Preacher for 45 years, Circuit Steward 
29 years. Address: The Ville, Stoke-on- 
Trent. U. 

ROBINSON, Rev. Francis Heeley ; b. NOV. 27, 

1850, at Cheadle, Staffs; s. of Francis 
Robinson ; m. Jane Calvert, of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne; one s. one d, Educ. British schools, 
Tean, Staffs; . m. 1873. Pres. of M.N.C. in 
1905 ; Connexional Band of Hope Sec. for ten 
years ; Member of Chapel Com. and Home 
Missionary Com. ; Sub-Editor for two years of 
United Methodist newspaper ; Editor for seven 
years of The Temperance Monitor ; Member 
of Joint Com. on Methodist Union. Publica 
tion : Cornish Idylls, and other Stories. 
Recreation: Fly-fishing. Address: 22 South 
Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. U. 

ROBINSON, Rev. Marmaduke ; b. NOV. 3, 1874, 
at Doncaster ; s. of Rev. W. Robinson, F.S.Sc., 
Retford ; m. Eleanor Flora, 4th d. of Rev. A. 
Clayton, of Retford; two d. Educ. John 
Neilson Inst., Paisley, N.B. ; John Watson s 
Coll., Edinburgh; Hartley Coll., Manchester; 
#. m. 1900. Twice held office of Pres. of local 
F.C.C., and three times Pres. of the C.E. Union 
where stationed. Address : 37 Alexandra 
Road, lyowestoft. P. 

ROBINSON, Thomas, J.P. ; b. Jan. 23, 1855, at 
Cleethorpes ; s. of John Robinson ; m. 
Cornelia Agnes Wheeler, of Cleethorpes ; five c. 
Educ. Humberstone Grammar School. Steam 
boat Owner. Treas. of the P.M. Orphanages ; 
Del. to Meth. Oecumenical Conference. Re 
creations : Motoring and cycling. Address: 
Southlands, Cleethorpes. P. 

ROBINSON, Thomas Henry, Assoc. M.I. Mech. E.; 
b. May 13, 1876, at Widnes, I^ancs; s. of 
Samuel Robinson, of Widnes ; m. Ada Eliza 
beth, d. of Wm. Bailey, of Sandiacre, Derby 
shire ; one s. Educ. Society of Friends 
School, Penketh. Inspecting and Mechanical 
Engineer. Ix>cal Preacher ; Sec. of I^ocal 
Preachers Meeting; Member of Connexional 
Missionary Com. Address: Rushley, Chester 
field. W. 

ROBINSON, Thomas Kirkby ; b. Feb. 13, 1875, 
at Hunslet, I^eeds ; s. of William Robinson ; 
m. Edith Haywood, of Hunslet ; one s. two d. 
Sec. of Adult Bible-class; Society Steward; 
Member of I<eeds Mission Com. ; twice Rep. to 
Synod. Recreation: Bowls. Address: 99 
I,odge I^ane, Beeston Hill, I,eeds. W. 

ROBINSON, Rev. William Jasper, B.A.; b. 

Aug. 17, 1877, at Castlederg; s. of James 
Robinson ; m. Annie Caldwell, of Belfast ; 
two s. one d. Educ. Queen s Coll., Belfast; 
e. m. 1899. Recreations : Golfing and shooting. 
Address: Post Office Hill, Curragh Camp. W, 
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RODDA, Rev. John Howen ; b. Jan. 1, 1878, at 

Perranporth, Cornwall ; s. of William Rodda, 
of Penzance ; m. 1903, Ionian Brown, of 
Kessingland, Suffolk ; one s. one d. Educ. 
Truro and Penzance ; e. m. 1897. Young 
People s Sec. of Bristol and S. Wales Dist. 
Recreations : Cricket and fishing. Addrtss : 
23 Westwood St., Moss Side, Manchester. U. 

RODGERS, Rev. ThOS. ; b. 1842, at Sheffield ; s. 
of Isaac Rodgers; m. Jane Stirling, d. of 
Robert Craig, of Kilmarnock ; three *. Stud. 
Didsbury Coll. ; t. m. 1864. Address : I^ong- 
holme Parsonage, Rawtenstall, Manchester. 
W. 

HOD WELL, Rev. John ; b. Dec. 15, 1845, at 
Newport Pagnell, Bucks ; s. of William Rod- 
well; m. 1st, Fanny Bickford, d. of Rev. 
Henry Hurd, of Barbados ; 2nd, Emma 
Beatrice, d. of I^ewis Congdon, Tetcott, 
Devon ; four s. three d. e. m. 1868. Mis 
sionary at Demerara, St. Vincent, and Bar 
bados, 1868-74. Address: Dunorlan Villa, 
Pembury Road, Tonbridge. W. 

ROE, Rev. David ; b. Oct. 17, 1847, at Stone, 
Staffs ; s. of Thomas Armisham Roe ; m. 
Annie Maria Fisher, of Sheffield ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Elementary schools ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1875. Seaman s Missionary since 1897. 
Address : Queen Victoria Seamen s Rest, 
Poplar, iLondon, E. W. 

ROE, Rev. Harvey ; b. Sept. 27, 1854, at Short- 
wood s Farm, I<eigh, nr. Stoke-on-Trent ; s. of 
Thomas and Mary Roe ; tn. Annie Elizabeth 
Cotterell, of Pershall, nr. Eccleshall, Staffs; 
two s. one d. Educ. I<eek Grammar school ; 
Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1878. Several times 
Chairman and Sec. of Dist. Synods ; has been 
Vice-Chairman of an Urban Dist. Council and 
served as Chairman of School Board. Re~ 
creations : Architecture ; has built 30 chapels 
or schools. Address: Homeleigh, Gravelly 
Hill, Erdington, Birmingham. P. 

ROEBUCK, Rev. Alfred, B.D.; b. at Notting 
ham ; s. of Rev. George Roebuck ; m. Ada, d. 
of Henry Eaton, Manchester ; one s. two d. 
Educ. Woodhouse Grove School ; Owens Coll., 
Manchester ; e. m. 1876. Fellow of the Royal 
Geograpliical Society ; Member of Pharmaceu 
tical Society, I^ondon ; Financial Sec. of Man 
chester, Sheffield, York, and Hull Dists. ; 
Chairman of Hull Dist. 1906-7-8. Contributor 
of literary, Scientific, and Theological Articles 
to Magazines. Recreations : Reading, travel, 
&c. Address : 5 Hurle Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
W. 

ROGERS, Rev. Griffith W. ; 6. April 24, 1859, 

at Welshpool, N. Wales; s. of Griffith and 
Eliza Rogers; m. Sarah J. Mathews, of 
Staverton, Devon ; two s. four d. Educ. 
National school, Welshpool ; Headingley and 
Handsworth Colls.; e. m. 1879. Transferred 
from Home work of English Conference to 



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S. African Conference, 1883 ; Ministry largely 
in Colonial Circuits, with a little native work. 
Address: Kloof St., Capetown, S. Africa. 
S.A. 

ROGERS, Rev. James; b. June 21, ises, at 

Welshpool; s. of Griffith Rogers; tn. Eliza 
beth, d. of William Jones, of Wolverhampton ; 
five s. one d, Edue. Wolverhampton ; 
Handsworth Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Address : 
Oakville, Cross Hills, Keighley. W. 

ROGERS, Rev. John; b. Jan. 17, 1861, at 
Hoyland Common, nr. Barnsley ; s. of Joseph 
Rogers ; m. 1886, Emily, d. of George Kay, of 
Barnsley (one d.) ; 2nd, 1891, Janette, d. of 
Joah Chambers, of Shepley (two d.) ; 1st wife 
d. at Barnsley, 1890. Educ. National School, 
Barnsley; Ranmoor, Sheffield; e. m. 1882. 
Address : 32 Keelinge St., Tipton, Staffs. U. 

ROGERS, Rev. Robert; ft. July 21, 1871, at 

Peckham, lyondon ; s. of Henry Rogers ; m. 
Mary Robinson, d. of Rev. John Westlake ; 
one s. Educ. Wilson s Grammar School, 
Camberwell, and Dane Hill House School, 
Margate; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1895. 
Recreations: Tennis and chess. Address: 
Wesley Manse, Sherborne, Dorset. W. 

ROGERS, Prof. Robert William ; b. Feb. u, 

1864, at Philadelphia, Pa. ; s. of Dr. Samuel 
Rogers, of Philadelphia, and Mary Osborne, 
of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Ireland ; m. Ida 
Virginia Ziegler, of Philadelphia ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Univ. of Pennsylvania (B.A.) ; 
Johns Hopkins Univ. (B.A.) ; Univ. of 
Berlin ; Univ. of Leipzig (Ph.D.) ; e. m. 1890. 
Hon. D.D. Wes. Univ. ; Hon. U,.D., Baker 
Univ. and Nebraska Wes. Univ. ; Hon. 
D.I^itt., Dickinson Coll. ; Member of American 
Philosophical Soc. ; Fellow of Royal Geo 
graphical Soc. ; has travelled extensively in 
Europe and the East. Instructor in Haver- 
ford Coll., 1887-90 ; Prof, in Dickinson 
Coll., Carlisle, Pa., 1890-3, and in Drew 
Theol. Seminary, Madison, N.J., 1893- . 
Publications : History of Babylonia and 
Assyria, 2 vols., 1900; The Religion of 
Babylonia and Assyria, 1908. Recreations : 
Gardening and the Violin. Address: Drew 
Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey. 
M.E. Ch. 

ROLLS, Rev. William Herbert; b. 1863, at 

Weedon, Aylesbury ; s. of Edmund Rolls ; m. 
Emma, d. of Simon Bradshaw, of Warwick; 
three s. Stud. Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1890. 
Eight years Supt. of Paisley Mission, where a 
Central Hall was built; now in charge of 
Plumstead Central Hall. Address : 62 
Heavitree Road, Plumstead, S.E. W. 

RONLINSON, George Henry, J.P. ; f>. July 24, 

1852, at Walsall, Staffs ; s. of Samuel Ronlin- 
son ; m. 1872, Sarah I^ane, of Cheltenham ; 
three c. Started work in the mines when 
seven and a half years old; Miners Agent; 

N 



J.P. for Glos; Chairman of East Dean and 
United Parishes Rural Dist. Council ; on 
County Education Com. Recreation : Walk 
ing. Address : Prospect House, Cinderford, 
Glos. P. 

ROSE, Rev. Austin Charles ; b. May 28, 1876, 

at Goldsithney, in the Marazion Circuit ; s. of 
Rev. Charles Rose ; m. Marion, d. of Amos 
Pearson, Esq., of I,ye ; one s. Educ. Trow- 
bridge High School and Kingswood ; Hands- 
worth Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Missionary in Cen 
tral China, 1899-1907. Publication: Jesus 
of Nazareth No More. Address : Essex Road, 
Thame, Oxon. W. 

ROSE, Edwin, J.P. ; b. June 11, 1855, at Mos- 
borough ; s. of George Gillott Rose ; m. Clara, 
d. of Thos. Carr, Parkgate, Rotherham. Draper. 
J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks. Ex-Circuit 
Steward ; Teacher of Young Men s Bible Class. 
Address : Rawmarsh Hill, Parkgate, Rother 
ham. W. 

ROSE, Rev. George Frederick ; b. May 19, 1861, 

at Glossop ; s. of James Rose, of Sheffield ; m. 
I^aura Amelia Taylor, of Stafford ; two s. one 

d. Educ. Private school Headingley Coll. ; 

e. m. 1884. Recreations : Cricket, cycling, and 
tennis. Address: 248 Barnsley Road, Sheffield. 
W. 

ROSE, Rev. Samuel, D.D. ; b. April 19, 1853, 

at Mount Elgin, Ont.; s. of late Rev. Samuel 
Rose, D.D., Toronto ; m. Jennie Andrews, of 
Toronto ; two s. Educ. Private tuition ; 
Upper Canada Coll., Toronto; Wes. Theol. 
Coll., Montreal; e. m. 1873. For five suc- 
sessive years Chairman of Dist. ; Pres. of 
Conference, 1901 ; Del. to Oecumenical 
Methodist Conference, 1901. Publications: 
Chiefly magazine contributions, which 
been numerous. Recreations : Walking, boat 
ing, and fishing. Pastor of Sherbourne Street 
Methodist Church, Toronto. Address: 115 
Wellesley St., Toronto. C. 
ROSEVEAR, Ernest, R.A. (N.Z.) ; b. at Saltash, 
Cornwall, Eng. ; s. of Matthew Rosevear ; 
m. Mary A. Algie, of Dunedin, N.Z. ; two s. 
two d. Educ. Saltash, Cornwall, and Dunedin. 
Accountant. Treas. of Contingent Fund N.Z. 
Conference ; Dist. Sec. for Church Property ; 
has held office as Circuit and Society Steward ; 
has been Treas. Supernumerary Fund, also 
for years was Sec. of Com. Connexional 
Publications; Pres. of Otago S.S. Union; 
Treas. of Council of Christian Churches; 
Pres. of laymen s Missionary Movement ; 
Rep. to Australasian Gen. Conference ; Rep. 
to Annual Conferences for a large number of 
years. Recreations : Pres. of Otago Centre 
N.Z. Amateur athletics. Address : Bul- 
lanook, Castle St., Dunedin, New Zealand. A. 

ROSEVEARE, Russell ; b. 1882, at Plymouth ; 
s. of Edwin Roseveare, J.P., of Plymouth; 
m. Mary, d. of Rev. E. D. Dannatt; one s, 
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Educ. Trowbridge High School. Assist. Sec. 
for Home Organization W.M. Missionary Soc., 
Member of Guild Central Council. Addresses : 
34 Warrington Road, Harrow; 7 Carlisle 
Avenue, Jewry St., Aldgate, B.C. W. 

ROSS, Rev. Harry ; b. Oct. 3, 1867, at Calverley, 
I^eeds ; m. Frances, d. of late James Walmsley, 
of Calverley ; two s. three d. Stud, at Hartley 
Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 1893. Contributor to 
Magazines, &c. Recreation : Cycling. Address: 
Greenfield House, Rosemount, Hyde, Cheshire. 
P. 

ROSS, Rev. James Stewart, M.A., isso; D.D. 

1894 (Viet. Univ., Canada); b. March 28, 
1848, at Kingston, Ont. ; s. of James Ross and 
Jane Stewart, of Dundee, Scotland ; m. 1st, 
Nora, d. of Rev. Thos. Crews ; 2nd, Arietta, 
d. of Alex. Dolsen, Esq., Chatham, Ont. ; 
two d. Educ. Fergus public school ; Cobourg 
Coll. Inst. ; Victoria Univ., then at Cobourg, 
Ont. ; e. m. 1867. Pres. of Niagara Annual 
Conference, 1893 ; Sec. of Gen. Conference 
of Meth. Church, Canada, 1898 ; Del. to each 
Gen. Conference, 1886-1911. Member of 
Board of Regents, Victoria Univ., Toronto, 
of Board of Governors, Wes. Theol. Coll., 
Montreal ; of Court of Appeal, Meth. Church, 
Canada ; Del. to Oecumenical Conference, 
Toronto, 1911. Publications : First Hundred 
Years of Modern Missions; Trials and 
Triumphs of Prohibition ; Magazine Articles ; 
Prizeman in Ethics at Victoria Univ. Re 
creations : Music and swimming. Address: 
Hanover, Ontario, Canada. C. 

ROSS, Rev. Thomas; b. April 26, 1854, at 

Castleton, Yorks ; s. of John Ross, Filey ; 
m. Blanche, 2nd d. of J. Dingley, J.P., of 
Iaunceston, Cornwall ; two s. two d. Educ. 
Filey and Priory House, Bridlington ; Head- 
ingley Coll. ; e. m. 1881. Chaplain at Woolwich 
Garrison, 1896-1901. Publications : Saved in 
the Service of the Queen ; Telescope of Wes- 
leyan Methodism in England (1791-1900) ; 
Telescope of Wesleyan Methodism in New 
castle District (1791-1900). Recreations: 
Cycling and reading Minutes of Conference. 
Address: Wesley Manse, Morgan Avenue, 
Torquay. W. 

ROWBOTHAM, Thomas, J.P. ; b. May 1, 1851, 
at Romiley, Cheshire ; s. of John Rowbotham ; 
m. Eliza, d. of John Green, of Gee Cross, Hyde, 
1874 ; one d., F. Rowbotham, M.A. Attended 
small village school, and began work at 11 ; 
Founder and Chairman, T. Rowbotham & Co., 
I,td., Engineers. I^ocal Preacher for 42 years ; 
Pres. of I,.P. Mutual Aid Assoc. 1909-10 ; Pres. 
of Stockport Trinity Brotherhood for 19 years ; 
has held many church offices. Recreations : 
Change of work, with occasional golf and 
billiards. Address : Hillbrook Grange, Bram- 
hall, Stockport. W. 

ROWE, Engelbert Walton ; b. 1864, at Hull; $. 
of Rev. George Stringer Rowe ; m. Maud, d. 



of J. Graham Churcher ; one s. one d. Educ. 
The I<eys School, Camb. Chartered Account 
ant. Address: 14 Montalt Road, Woodford 
Green, Essex. T. 37 Woodford. W. 

ROWE, George Vanner ; b. May 26, 1862, at 

Hull ; s. of Rev. G. Stringer Rowe ; m. Kate, 
d. of Alfred Moss, of Forest Gate. Educ. The 
I^eys School, Camb, and The Bradford 
Grammar School. I^ocal Preacher since 
1884; Hon. Sec. of I^ysian Mission Relief 
Com. since 1902 ; Hon. Member of I,.P. 
Mutual Aid Assoc. Addresses : The I^eysian 
Mission, City Road, E.C. ; 8 Clova Road, 
Forest Gate, E. W. 

ROWE, Harold Charles; b. May so, is??, at 

Exeter ; s. of Aid. C. E. Rowe, J.P., of Exeter ; 
m. 1902, e. d. of Aid. W. H. Reed, J.P. ; two d. 
Educ. The I^eys School. Director and Sec. of 
Rowe Bros. & Co., lytd., I^ead Manufacturers 
and Merchants. Has been Circuit, Society, 
and Poor Steward ; was Circuit Sec. of 
20th Century Fund, &c. Address : Deepdene, 
Matford Avenue, Exeter. W. 

ROWE, Rev. Harry ; b. i860, at Truro ; s. of 
R. Rowe ; m. M. I^angdon, of Truro ; one s. 
one d. Educ. Paine s Academy, Truro ; 
Ranmoor Coll. ; e. m. 1882. Journal Sec. of 
Conference, 1905. Address : Caledonia Road, 
Batley. U. 

ROWLAND, Joseph Samuel, F.S.I. ; b. July 29, 
1864. Auctioneer and Surveyor (Fellow of 
the Surveyors Institution) ; Alderman of the 
Borough of Burton-on-Trent ; Chairman of 
Public Works and Tramways Com. and Gen. 
Purposes Com. ; Hon. Sec. of Burton Div. 
liberal Assoc. ; I<ocal Preacher for 25 yeais ; 
Circuit Steward. Address: 142 Scalpcliff 
Road, Burton-on-Trent. U. 

ROWLANDS, Edward Lewis, J.P. ; m. Myfanny, 

d. of Aid. Hugh Hughes Conway ; one s. one d. 
General Merchant ; J.P. for the County of 
Merioneth. I^ocal Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. 
Supt., &c. ; twice Rep. to Conference. Mem 
ber of Education Com. 2nd N. Wales 
Connexional Com. ; Member of Urban Dist. 
Council and County of Merioneth licensing 
Com. Contributor to Newspapers or Maga 
zines. Recreations : Golf, croquet, and cycling. 
Address : Cartref, Aberdovey, N. Wales. W. 

ROWLEY, Rev. William ; b. Dec. 29, 1867, at 

Newport, Salop ; s. of James Rowley ; m, 
Ethel M., d. of Rev. C. H. Gough. Educ. 
Newport Grammar School ; Headingley Coll. ; 

e. m. 1898. Missionary in Central China. 
Address : An-lu, Hupeh, China. W. 

ROYAL, Rev. Stanley Olin, A.M., D.D. ; b. 

Nov. 28, 1851, at I,ibertyville, 111., U.S.A. ; 
s. of Rev. Thomas Fletcher Royal, A.M., and 
descendant of Thomas Royle, of Cheadle, 
Cheshire, Eng. ; m. Matilda, d. of Bishop 
John M. and Martha Youn Walden ; three c. 



ROYLE 



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RUNCIMAN 



Educ. Umpqua Acad., Oregon, and Willam- 
mette Univ., Salem, Oregon ; e. m. 1877. 
Dist. Supt. for six years. Was Sec. of Cin 
cinnati Conference for 20 years ; Member of 
Epworth I^eague Board of Control for four 
years ; Member of Joint Commission on 
Catechism and Order of Service for the Metho 
dist Episcopal Ch. and M.E. Ch. South, and 
prepared first draft of Junior Catechism. 
Author of many newspaper publications, and 
special correspondence. Recreations : Music 
and horticulture. Address: 145 Oxford 
Avenue, Dayton, Ohio. M.E. Ch. 

ROYLE, George, J.P., F.R.G.S.; &. isei, at 

Levenshulme, nr. Manchester ; s. of George 
Royle; m. Rosetta Wilford, of Northants; 
two . one d. Educ. Bury and privately. 
Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple. 
Director of Liverpool Victoria Insur. Corpora 
tion, Ltd. ; Director of Northamptonshire 
Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd. Rep. Confer 
ence, elected by Dist. 1894-5-6-8, 1902-4-7-9 ; 
has been Circuit Steward ; Pres. of L.P. Mutual 
Aid Assoc. 1908-9 ; elected I/ay Rep. for three 
years by the Conference, 1909 ; Rep. to the 
Fourth Oecumenical Methodist Conference, 
Toronto, 1911 ; Mayor of Bedford, 1903. Con 
tributor to Newspapers and Magazines. Re 
creations : Golf and motoring. Addresses: 18 
Rutland Road, Bedford; 3 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln s Inn, London, W.C. Clubs : Bedford ; 
National Liberal ; Eighty Club, London. W. 
ROYLE, Rev. Harry; b. Feb. 19, 1879, at 

Bolton, Lancashire, Eng. ; s. of John Henry 
and Ann Banks Royle; m. Myra Blanch, d. 
of John E. and Amy Oldford, of Musgrave 
Town, Newfoundland ; two c. Educ. Bolton, 
Eng. ; Sackville ; Mount Allison Univ. ; 
e. m. 1904. Recreation : Gardening. Ad 
dress: Birchy Cove, Bay of Islands, New 
foundland. C. 

ROYLE, John, J.P. ; b. Dec. 28, 1836 ; s. of 
Peter Royle, of Wilmslow, and g. s. of John 
Royle, one of the founders of Methodism in 
Wilmslow, in 1798; m. Helen, d. of Capt. 
John Paull, of Llangollen. Educ. Hawthorn 
Hall School, Wilmslow, under Dr. Somerville. 
Chairman of J. Royle & Co., Ltd., Wholesale 
Boot and Shoe Merchants, Manchester. J.P. 
for city of Manchester and county of Cheshire ; 
Aid. of Manchester City Council ; Lord Mayor, 
1902-3 ; Deputy Chairman of Improvement 
Com., also on Water, Finance, and Ship Canal 
Corns., and on Com. appointed by Council with 
a view to amalgamation of Manchester and Sal- 
ford ; for several years Member of Manchester 
Board of Guardians, and also for Bucklow 
(Union) and Wilmslow Parish Council ; on 
Board of Management for the Manchester Royal 
Infirmary, Ancoats Hospital and Convalescent 
Home at Warford; Chairman of Henshaw 
Blind Asylum ; one of the founders, trustee, 
and Chairman of Epileptic Colony founded by 



the Lewis Trustees at Warford ; member of 
Board of Management of Porter Trusts for 
Equipment of Orphans, and of Manchester 
Guardian Soc. for the Protection of Trade ; 
presented to village of Wilmslow fifty acres 
of land known as Lindow Common for a 
recreation ground ; and also a fully equipped 
playground and gymnasium ; Treas. of 
Central Hall, Manchester, and of Wilmslow 
Chapel Trust. Address: Northwood, Wilm 
slow. W. 

RUCKER, Rev. August ; b. Dec. 8, 1871, at 
Frankenbach, Wiirt, Germany ; s. of Friedrich 
Riicker ; m. Sophie Spindler, of Heilbronn ; 
one s. two d. Educ. Martin s Missions Inst., 
Theological Coll., Frankfurt-on-Main ; e. m. 
1896, in S. Germany, Conference of M.E.C. Pres. 
of Singers Union of S. Germany, 1901-7 ; since 
1907 in charge of German Mission in London. 
Publications : Im hohern Chor ; Soli Deo 
Gloria ; Still dem Herrn ; Klange aus dem 
Hohen Liede ; Christ ist geboren ; Nach 
Bethlehem ; Vom Kreuz zum Thron ; Pro- 
bleme des christl. Lebens (German Ed. of 
Problems of Discipleship, by Rev. H. Bisseker, 
M.A.) ; Religiose Fragen der Gegenwart ; Pro- 
bleme des christl. Glaubens (German Ed. of 
My Belief, by R. F. Horton, M.A., D.D.) 
Address: 223 Burdett Road, Limehouse, 
London, E. W. 

RUDRAM, Rev. George Ebenezer ; b. Sept. 12, 

1872, at Attleborough, Norfolk; s. of Rev. 
George Rudram ; m. Clara Morley, of Leeds ; 
twoc. Stud. Hartley Coll., Manchester ; e. m. 
1894. Address : Bourne House, Mansfield, 
Notts. P. 

RULE, BaiTOW, F.C.P.; b. Jan. 14, 1833, at 
Gibraltar ; s. of Rev. W. H. Rule, D.D. ; m. 
Emily Edmed, of Maidstone ; three s. four d. 
Educ. Louth Grammar School and elsewhere. 
Schoolmaster, Clerk, Biblical Examiner, and 
Inspector of the late Croydon School Board. 
Local Preacher; Missionary Treas., Worthing 
Circuit. Originator of the Movement in favour 
of Legal Registration of Teachers ; Member of 
the Council of College of Preceptors. A ddress : 
Kensworth, Broadwater, Worthing. W. 

RUMFITT, William Yewdall ; b. May n, i860, 

at Colne; s. of Rev. John Rumfitt ; m. 
Clara King, of Hull; two s. one d. Educ. 
Elmfield Coll., York. Bank Manager. Cir 
cuit Steward ; for 25 years Organ and 
Choir work. Recreation: Bowling. Address: 
County Bank House, Selby. W. 

RUNCIMAN, Rt. Hon. Walter, P.C., 1908, LL.n. 

1911 ; b. Nov. 19, 1870, at South Shields ; m. 
1898, Hilda, d. of James C. Stevenson, M.P., of 
Westoe, South Shields ; two s. three d. Educ. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1895). 
Parliamentary Sec. to the Local Govt. Board, 
1905-7; Financial Sec. to Treas. 1907-8; 
M.P. (R.), Oldaam, 1899-1900; Dewsbury, 

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since 1902 ; Pres. of the Board of Education, 
1908-11 ; Pres. of the Board of Agriculture, 
1911. Circuit Steward of the W. London 
Mission ; Rep. to Conference ; Rep. to Oecu 
menical Conference, 1911. Addresses: 8 
Barton St., Westminster, S.W. ; Doxford, 
Chathill, Northumberland. Clubs: Reform; 
Athenaeum ; Brooks s. W. 

RUSHTON, Richard; b. Sept. 15, 1867, at 

Gautby, Lines ; s. of Thomas Rushton ; 
m. Agnes Woodhouse, of Wath-on-Dearne ; 
one s. Educ. Brampton Endowed School. 
Sec. of Tillotson &Son.,Ld. Circuit Steward, 
1909-11 ; Rep. to Conference, 1911 ; for 
nine years Quarterly Meeting Sec. ; Soc. 
Steward and Trustees Treas. ; Missionary 
Sec. for 16 years, Deader 18 years. Address : 
Oaklands, Horwich, Lanes. W. 

RUSH WORTH, Rev. Thomas Turner ; b. Jan. 3, 

1835, at Huddersfield ; s. of Thomas Rush- 
worth ; m. Lydia Rouse, of Truro ; two s. 
three d. Educ. Huddersfield Wes. School; 
e. m. 1857. Pres. of M.N.C. Conference, 1888. 
Address : 86 Himley Road, Dudley, Worcester. 
U. 

RUSSELL, Rev. Samuel Joseph ; b. June 19, 

1865, at Birkenhead ; *. of Richard John 
Russell, of Birkenhead ; m. Margaret Martin 
(Meta), 2nd d. of late Daniel Chadwick, of 
Liverpool ; two d. Educ. Birkenhead School, 
and Liverpool ; e. m. 1889. Volunteered for 
pioneer work on the Exploits River, New 
foundland ; lived amongst the Lumbermen ; 
one of the earliest Englishmen to penetrate 
to the interior of Newfoundland on the Red 
Indian Lake route ; afterwards stationed in 
St. John s, returning to the English work in 
1901 ; Agent for securing suitable men for the 
Ministry of some of the Eastern Work of the 
Canadian Meth. Church. Publications: His 
torical Notes of Methodism in the Rotherham 
Circuit, 1910 ; many Articles in ccnnexional 
and other periodicals on Historical subjects, 
also descriptive of Life amongst Lumbermen, 
Indians, and Eskimo ; Articles also on Seal 
Fisheries and Cod Fisheries, and Ice-hunting 



scenes. Recreations : Historical research and 
photography. Address: 93 Castle St., 
Bolton. W. 

RYCKMAN, Rev. Edward Bradshaw, M.A., D.D. ; 

b. March 22, 1830, at West Flamborough, Ont ; 
s. of Abraham and Margaret Ryckman ; m. 
Emmaline Edmond Baird, of Montreal ; 
one s. four d. Educ. Cobourg, Ont. ; Victoria 
Univ., Toronto; e. tn. 1856. Travelled for 
51 years, 27 of which was Chairman of 
Dist. ; twice Sec. and three times Pres. 
of Conference ; elected Member of 1st, 2nd, 
and 4th Oecumenical Conferences; Sec. of 
Canadian Gen. Conference; Rep. to Meth. 
Episcopal Gen. Conference, 1880; at four 
Gen. Conferences elected Rep. of Conference 
on Mission Board . Publications : Volume 
of Lectures on The Ambassador for Christ. 
Address: Kingston, Ontario, Canada. C. 

RYCROFT, Rev. David ; b. March 2, i860, at 
Shipley, Yorkshire; s. of Benjamin Rycroft; 
tn. May, e. d. of Rev. Charles Crawshaw ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Salts Schools ; Headingley 
Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Organising Sec. of First 
National Wesley Guild Conference, Sheffield, 
1907 ; Financial Sec. of Sheffield Dist. 1907-8 j 
Convener of Scrutineers in Conference. Aci- 
dress : 18 Winchester St., S. Shields. W, 

RYMER, Sir Joseph Sykes, Kt. (cr. 1901), j.p. ; 

b. Feb. 27, 1841, at York ; s. of Matthew and 
Ann Rymer, of York ; m. Sarah, d. of John 
Leetham, Steamship Owner, of York ; four s. 
one d. Educ. Holgate Seminary, York. 
Colliery Owner. Has filled many church 
offices ; for 25 years S.S. Teacher and Supt. ; 
attended the Oecumenical Conference, Wash 
ington, 1891 ; Sheriff of York, 1882-3 ; Lord 
Mayor, 1887-8, 1899-1900, and 1907-8 (the 
year the Conference first met in York, took 
the office this year so that there could be a 
Wes. Lord Mayor) ; J.P. for the City and for 
N. Riding of Yorks ; been 43 years a Member 
of the York Corporation. Publication : The 
Ancient Guildhall and Mansion House at York. 
Recreations : Bowls, chess, draughts, and 
travelling. Address : The Mount, York. W. 



8ACKETT, Rev. Walter ; b. March 16, 1865, at 
Barham, Kent ; s. of Mr. J. Sackett, of Man 
chester Mission ; m. Emma Leyland, 5th d. of 
W. Y. Sandford, of W. Kirby ; two s. Educ. 
Radnor St. Wes. schools, Manchester ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1887. Missionary in Banga 
lore, India, 1887-90 ; Sec. of York Dist. Mis 
sionary Com. 1900-1909 ; Financial Sec. of 
York Dist. 1909-10. Publications: Saving 
Wonders : Stories of the Manchester Mission. 
Recreations: Gardening and sketching. Ad- 
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dress: 28 Mansel Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 
W. 

SADLER, James ; b. Jan. 4, 1858, at Tattenhall ; 
s. of Charles Sadler ; m. Miss Dodd, of Malpas ; 
three c. Educ. British school, Tattenhall. 
Farmer. Sec. of Cheshire Milk Producers 
Assoc. Local Preacher ; Sec. of L.P. Training 
Com. of Tunstall Dist. Address: Crewe 
Gates, Crewe. P. 

SADLER, Rev. John; b. June ll, 1846, at 



SAINT 



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SANDERS 



Huxley, Chester; s. of John and Martha 
Sadler ; m. Sarah, d. of E. Smith, of Redruth, 
Cornwall; three s. three d. Educ. Elmfield 
Coll., York; e. m. 1867. Address: 4 Tre- 
genna Terrace, St. Ives, Cornwall. P. 

SAINT, Rev.Jabez Ronald, S.T.I,. (w e s. Theoi. 

Coll. .Montreal) ; b. Oct. 7, 1874, at Bonavista; 
s. of Jabez Saint, J.P. ; m. Ethel D. Moores, 
of Blackhead ; two c. Educ. Mount Allison 
Univ.; Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal ; McGill 
Univ. ; e. m. 1898. Address : Wesleyville, 
Newfoundland. C. 

SAINTY, Rev. Francis John ; b. Oct. 21, 1872, 

at Tyne Dock, South Shields ; s. of Mark John 
Sainty; m. Mary Emily, only d. of Rev. A. 
Ward, Bournemouth ; one s. one d. ; e. m. 
1894. Pres. of Scottish National C.E. Union, 
1905-6. Address: 991 Leeds Road, Thorn- 
bury. Bradford. P. 
SALISBURY, Rev. John Thomas ; b. Sept. 28, 

1867, at Manor House, Abbot s Bromley, 
Staffs; s. of Joseph Salisbury, of Chartley 
Manor, Staffs ; m. Annie, d. of Arthur Riley, 
of Chilcote, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. formerly of 
Syerscote Manor, Tamworth ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Elmfield Coll., York; e. m. 1900. 
Recreations : Cycling and Photography. 
Address : The Manse, Ulceby.S.O., Lines. W. 

SALISBURY, Rev. William ; b. July 1865, at 
Gospelend, Wolverhampton ; s. of John 
Salisbury; m. Martha Adams Merchant, of 
Barrow-in-Furness ; three s. Educ. St. 
James s School, Barrow-in-Furness ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1890. Address : 5 Albion 
Terrace, Hartlepool. W. 

SALMON, Rev. Albert Ernest; b. 1867, at 

Norwich ; s. of Thomas Salmon, of Yarmouth ; 
m. Bessie, d. of late Councillor Metcalfe, of 
Thornaby-on-Tees ; three d. Educ. Thornaby 
School ; Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1891. Publi 
cations : Contributions on Natural History, 
&c. Recreations : Fishing, gardening, and 
golf. Address: 8 Elgin Road, Croydon. W. 

SALT, Rev. Enoch ; 6. Jan. 20, 1845, at Butter- 
ton, Staffs ; s. of Joseph and Anne Salt ; 
m. Sabina Chambers, of Staxton, Scarborough ; 
one s. four d. Educ. Butterton and Grindon 
National schools, and private tuition ; Rich 
mond Coll.; e. m. 1864. Elected to Legal 
Hundred, 1896 ; Chairman of Oxford Dist. 
1893-6, and of Birmingham and Dist. F.C.C. 
during Simultaneous Mission, 1900 ; Sec. of 
Office of Connexional Funds, and of Com. of 
Privileges ; Clerical Treas. of Education Fund, 
and of London Com. ; Convener of Com. on 
Memorials for 11 years ; for 12 years Examiner 
in Theology at Richmond, Didsbury, and 
Handsworth Colls. Recreation: Golf. Ad 
dresses : Central Buildings, Westminster, S.W. ; 
18 Blenheim Crescent, S. Croydon. W. 

SALTER, Rev. Thomas ; b. 1867, at Tranmere ; 
5, of Thomas Salter, of Birkenhead ; m. Jane 



Elizabeth Howard, of Birkdale. Educ. Mer 
chant Taylor s Grammar School, Crosby ; Wes. 
school, Blackpool; N. Lancashire Collegiate 
School, Brock; e. m. 1895. Sec. of Derry 
Synod 1906-11; Sec. of Dublin Synod, 
1911. Publications: Articles in various 
papers. Recreations : Nature study and folk 
lore. Address : 2 Newgrove Avenue, Sandy- 
mount, Dublin. W. 

8AMFORD, Thomas Drake ; b. NOV. 2, 1868, at 

Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A. ; s. of W. J. and 
C. E. Samford ; m. Louise Westcott, of Mont 
gomery, Alabama ; three s. Educ. Alabama 
Polytechnic Inst. , Auburn, Alabama. Lawyer. 
Chairman of Board of Stewards of 1st M.E. 
Ch. South, Opelika, Ala. ; several times Del. to 
Annual Conference ; Del. to Gen. Conference. 
Recreations : Hunting and fishing. A ddress : 
Opelika, Alabama, U.S.A. M.E. Ch. S. 

SANDERS, Charles Fletcher, J.P., F.S.A.A. ; b. 

July 24, 1857 ; s. of late Aid. William Sanders, 
J.P., Mayor of Cardiff 1889-90 ; m. Margaret 
Colerick, d. of late James Herne, of Cardiff ; 
four s. one d. Incorporated Accountant and 
Joint Managing Sec. of Principality Building 
Soc. ; Member of Cardiff City Council, formerly 
for nine years of Cardiff Board of Guardians ; a 
Vice-Pres. of Cardiff Liberal Assoc. ; Chairman 
of Cardiff Temperance and Band of Hope 
Union, also S. Wales Band of Hope Union ; 
Dist. Treas. for Foreign Missions; Class- 
leader ; S.S. worker for 35 years ; has been 
Soc. and Circuit Steward ; several times Rep. 
to Conference; Conference Rep. 1912-14. 
Address: Doncaster Villa, 14 Conway Road, 
Cardiff. W. 

SANDERS, Charles J. 0. ; b. 1865, at Devonport ; 
s. of James C. Sanders, R.N., Devonport; m. 
1891, Agnes Jessie, d. of Howell Hughes, 
Llanelly ; two s. one d. Educ. St. James 
School, Devonport; King s Coll., London. 
Civil Service (Board of Trade) ; Circuit 
Steward, Class-leader, Local Preacher, and 
S.S. Supt. ; Lay Sec. of the Seamen s Mission. 
Publications : Car est Thou Not ? ; Spun- Yarn ; 
Newspaper and Magazine Articles. Recrea 
tions : Swimming and cycling. Address : 86 
East India Dock Road, Poplar , London, E. W. 

SANDERS, Rev. John Henry ; b. June 18, mi, 

at Camborne, Cornwall; s. of Henry and 
Elizabeth Sanders; m. Alberta J., d. of John 
Andrew, of Camborne ; four s. three d. Educ. 
Basset Road, Camborne ; Handsworth Coll. ; 
g. m. 1895. Recreations: Walking and 
cycling. Address : Wesley Manse, Burnham, 
Somerset. W. 

SANDERS, Solomon ; b. Nov. 9, 1851, at Sheb- 
bear ; s. of Solomon and Susannah Sanders ; 
m. Elizabeth Crocker, of Bradford, Devon ; 
three c. Educ. Shebbear. Oilman. Circuit 
Steward. Address : 9 Howell s Road, Pen- 
rhiewtyn, Neath. V. 

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SANDERSON, Rev. Arthur Ormond, M.A. 
(Durham); 6. Jan. 13, 1870, at Stokesley, 
Yorks; s. of Campion Sanderson, Upper 
Edmonton, N. ; m. Ada Wall, of Bishop 
Monkton, Ripon ; three c. Educ. Bishop 
Auckland Grammar School ; Durham Univ. ; 
Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1892. Exhibitioner, 
Foundation Scholar, and Prizeman of Durham 
Univ. ; 2nd Class Classical Honours, 
Intermediate B.A. ; 2nd Class Classical 
Honours, Final B.A. (1889) ; M.A. (1892). 
Address: 3 Stanley Gardens, Cricklewood, 
N.W. W. 

SANDERSON, Rev. John ; b. Aug. 2, 1869, at 

Glasgow ; s. of Thomas Sanderson, of Glas 
gow ; m. Mary I,owry McDowell, Portaferry, 
Co. Down. Educ. Normal Coll., Glasgow; 
Methodist Coll., Belfast ; e. m. 1893. Address : 
Dunmanway, Ireland. W. 

SANDERSON, Rev. John Marwood ; b. Jan. 12, 
1877, at Norton-on-Tees ; s. of Campion 
Sanderson ; m. Ethel Maud, d. of Thomas 
Kippins, of Woodford; one d. Educ. 
Bishop Auckland Grammar School; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1900. Recreations : 
Mountaineering and cycling. Address : 6 
Malvern Villas, Camden Road, Bath. W. 

SANDERSON, Rev. Thomas ; b. Dec. 25, 1848, 
at Warrington ; s. of John and Sarah San 
derson ; m. Emily Collinson, of Chester ; 
five s. three d. Educ. The Acad., Warrington ; 
Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1872. Publications: 
Sermons The Illimitable Domain, and Un 
fulfilled Designs. Address : Wesley Manse, 
Walsall. W. 

SANDFORD, Rev. Henry Stanley ; b. Dec. 9, 

1861, at Swinton, Yorks ; s. of William Yates 
Sandford, of W. Kirby, Cheshire ; nt. Daisy, 
d. of Jeremiah Sackett, of Manchester ; four s. 
two d. Educ. Liverpool Inst. ; Epworth 
Coll., Rhyl ; Richmond Coll. ; e. tn. 1885. 
Missionary in Ceylon, 1885-91. Address: 
Salmesbury House, Ramsbottom, Manchester. 
W. 

SANFORD, Rev. Albert Morris, B.A., B.D. ; b. 

Dec. 23, 1871, at Centre Burlington, Hants Co., 
N.S. ; s. of Anthony S. and Rachel A. Sanford ; 
m. Jennie I<ilian Barnes, of Nappan, N.S. ; 
one s. Educ. Mount Allison Univ., Sackville, 
N.B. ; e. m. 1895, Probationer of Nova Scotia 
Conference, removed to British Columbia 
Conference, 1897. Chairman of Victoria 
Dist., 1904-6 ; Vancouver Dist., 1907-10 ; 
Vancouver East Dist., 1910-12 ; Pres. of 
British Columbia Conference, 1907 ; Rep. of 
Conference on Gen. Board of Missions of 
Canadian Meth. Church, and member of the 
Gen. Conference. Recreations : In earlier 
years Rugby football and curling ; camping in 
summer-time, and literature. Addrest : 
1810, 7th Ave. E., Vancouver, British Co 
lumbia. C. 
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SANFORD, Rev. Arthur Benton, M.A., D.D. ; 

b. at Redding, Conn. ; s. of Francis Asbury 
and I,ucy Knapp Sanford, g. g.s. of Aaron 
Sanford, friend of Bishop Asbury, and first 
male member, Steward, I/ocal Preacher, and 
Class-leader in New England Methodism ; m. 
Nellie May, d. of Sandford Hunt, D.D., Book 
Agent of M.E. Ch. ; two s. Educ. Wes. 
Univ., Middletown, Conn. ; e. m. 1873, New 
York East Conference. Among Pastorates, 
that of Old John St., New York City (the 
Mother Ch. of American Meth.). Del. to Third 
Oecumenical Conference, City Road Chapel, 
1901 ; Del. to Gen. Conference, M.E. Ch.. 
1904 ; Manager of Board of Foreign Missions, 
M.E. Ch. ; Sec. of New York East Con 
ference, M.E. Ch., since 1897 ; Trustee or 
Member of various Boards. Publications : 
Assist. Editor of Methodist Review, 1890- 
1901, and Acting Editor, 1902-3, Methodist 
Year-book and Gen. Minutes, 1890-1901 ; 
Proceedings of the Second Oecumenical Con 
ference, Washington, D.C., 1901 ; The Smile 
of the Christ-Child, 1911. Address: Flower 
Hill Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., U.S.A. 
M.E. Ch. 

SANKEY, John W., J.P. ; b. March 29, 1856, 
at Bilston; m. Elizabeth Mills, of Wolver- 
hampton ; three s. three d. Educ. Wolver- 
hampton Grammar School. Hardware Manu 
facturer. Rep. to Conference three times ; 
Class-leader, S.S. Teacher, Trustees Treas., 
&c. ; Trustee of Birmingham Mission ; 
Governor of Wolverhampton Grammar School. 
Recreations : Riding and golf. Address : 
Foxhills, Wombourne, Wolverhampton. W. 

SANSOM, Rev. Jeremiah ; b. Dec. 4, 1845, at 

Portland ; s. of Robert and Ann Sansom, 
Easton, Portland ; m. Fanny Rose Neal, of 
Clifton, Beds; three s. four d. Educ. Wes. 
day school, Fortunes Well ; Grove School, 
Portland ; Richmond Coll. ; e. m. 1870. 
Missionary in W. Indies, 1871-82; Chair- 
man of St. Kitts and Antigua Dist. 1890-4. 
Address : Kilkhampton, Bude, Cornwall. W. 

SARA, Rev. George ; b. May 16, 1873, at 

Cardiff; s. of Colin Sara, of Cardiff; m. 
Jennie, d. of John Stevens Tonkin, of Cardiff ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Cardiff School Board 
Elementary and Higher Grade schools ; Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1899. Address : Wesley 
Manse. St. Columb Major. W. 

SARGANT, Norman Thomas Carr ; b. 1873, at 
Highgate ; s. of late T. J. W. Sargant, of High- 
gate ; m. Alice Rose, d. of Rev. W. D. Walters ; 
six c. Educ. Highgate School. Metal and 
Colonial Broker. Circuit Steward and Class- 
leader. Address: Roden, Hornsey I^ane, 
Condon, N. W. 

SARSON, Arnold, M.A. (Cantab.). Educ. Wyg- 
geston School, Leicester ; St. John s Coll., 
Camb. Head Master of Blackpool High 



SARVENT 



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SCHOLES 



School; Local Preacher, Class-leader, S.S. 
Teacher; Member of Blackpool Education 
Com. ; spent three years as Master at York 
Castle High School, Jamaica. Address : 
The High School, South Shore, Blackpool. 
T.A. Sarson, Blackpool. W. 

SARVENT, Rev. James; s. of Rev. George 
Sarvent ; nt. Louisa Armitage, of Hudders- 
field; six c. Educ. Privately; e. tn. 1871. 
Has been leader-writer for the Free Methodist 
newspaper ; contributed to denominational 
Magazines and other periodicals. Address : 
The Manse, Newhall, Burton-on-Trent. U. 

SAWDAY, Albert Edwin, F.R.I.B.A. ; b. Dec. 21, 

1851, at Sidmouth ; s. of George and Mary 
Sawday, of Sidmouth, Devon; m. Elizabeth 
Hannah, e. d. of Dr. T. Brown, Kennington 
Park, London. Educ. Binfield House School, 
Stockwell. Architect and Surveyor. Alder 
man, Ex-Mayor, and J.P. of County Borough 
of Leicester . Class-leader, Local Preacher, &c. ; 
Foreign Missionary Treas. of Notts and Derby 
Dist. ; many years Pres. of Leicester Y.M.C.A. ; 
Chairman of Executive of Leicester liberal 
Assoc. ; Ex-Pres. of Leicester F.C.C. Re 
creation : Golf. Address: Briarwood, Spring 
field Road, Leicester. Club : Leicester liberal. 
W. 

SAWDAY, Rev. George W. ; b. March 10, 1854, 

at Sidmouth, Devon ; s. of George Sawday ; 
tn. Sarah, d. of Rev. George Curnock ; three s. 
two d. Educ. Binfield House Grammar 
School, Stockwell, Condon ; Headingley Coll. ; 
e. m. 1875. Arrived in India, Nov. 1876 ; 
Sec. of Mysore Dist. Recreations : Cycling, 
tennis, and music. Address: Mysore City, 
S. India. W. 

SAWYER, Rev. James Emery Cochrane, D.D., 

LL.D. ; b. Aug. 12, 1842, at Boston, Mass. ; 
s. of Emery and Margaret Augusta Sawyer ; 
m. Lucy A. Sargent, of Searsport, Maine ; 
two d., one of whom is Mrs. Flora Longfellow 
Turknett, the author of well-known books. 
Educ. Phillips Exeter Acad., Exeter, N.H., 
and further educated by eminent teachers ; 
D.D. Wes. Univ. ; LL.D. Livingstone Coll. ; 
e. m. 1863. Previously Principal of a High 
School. A contributor to many periodicals; 
Editor of The Northern Christian Advocate 
for eight years ; Member of several Gen. 
Conferences of M.E. Ch., and of Centennial 
Conference of American Methodism ; promi 
nent Preacher and Lecturer. Mount Sawyer, 
located on the Nascowpee River, Labrador, 
was so named for him by the Hubbard 
Exploring Expedition, 1905. Publications : 
The Wonderful World ; The Spiritual Sense 
of La Divina Commedia ; Metrical Transla 
tions of portions of La Divina Commedia. 

Recreations: Walking, fishing, and sailing. 

Address : Piitsiord, Vermont, U.S.A. M.E.Ch. 



SCALES, George McArthur, F.R.G.S. ; b. Feb. 14, 

1863, at Guy Lodge, Warwick Road, Upper 
Clapton ; s. of George Johnston Scales ; m. 
Lily Thomas, of Blackheath. Educ. The Leys 
School, Camb. ; Gymnase, Geneva. Australian 
and New Zealand Merchant. Organist and 
Choirmaster for 32 years, S.S. Teacher and 
Bible-class leader 28 years, Circuit Steward 
five years; Member of various Connexional 
Corns. Recreation: Cycling. Address: Elm 
Bank, Hornsey Lane, London, N. W. 

SOHELL, Rev. Edwin A., Ph.D., D.D.; /,. 

Nov. 25, 1859, at Deer Creek, Ind.; s. of 
Jacob and Elizabeth Schell; m. Emma 
Wright, of Red Wing, Minnesota ; one s. 
two d. Educ. La Porte, Ind., High School; 
North-western Univ. Acad. and Coll. ; North 
western Univ. ; e. m. 1883. Member of 
American Historical Society ; Pres. of Iowa 
Wes. Coll. Publications: Concerning the 
Collection; The New Generation; Traits of 
the Twelve. Recreations : Base-ball and golf. 
Address: Mount Pleasant, Iowa. M.E. Ch. 

SCHOFIELD, Alfred; b. June 23, 1871, at 
Sheffield; s. of James Schofield ; m. 1899, 
Mary Nodes, of Denbigh Road, Bayswater ; 
three s. one d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield. 
Brick Manufacturer. Class-leader; has been 
Circuit Steward ; Rep. to Conference, 1907 ; 
Corresponding Sec. in Sheffield Dist. for 
National Children s Home and Orphanage; 
Member of Sheffield Mission Com. Address: 
47 Frith Park Avenue, Sheffield. W. 

SCHOFIELD, Rev. George Herbert ; b. March 9, 

1873, at Leeds, Yorks ; s. of Joseph Schofield ; 
tn. Lucy J. Wickett, of Hartland, N. Devon; 
one d. Educ. Leeds Boys Modern School ; 
Didsbury Coll. ; e. m. 1898. Address : Wes 
ley Manse, Bolsover, Chesterfield. W. 

SCHOFIELD, Isaac William ; b. June 2, 1852, at 

Sheffield; s. of Isaac Francis Schofield, of 
Sheffield ; m. 1879, Ellen, d. of George Wood- 
head, of Sheffield; two d. Educ. Sheffield 
Coll. School. Sec. of Cole Brothers, Ltd. 
Circuit Steward ; Sec. of Hanover U.M.F.C. 
S.S. 1875-92. Church Steward, 1892-1908. 
Address : 8 Kenbourne Road, Sharrow, 
Sheffield. U. 
SCHOLES, Rev. Ernest Frederick Pugh ; b. 

July 28, 1868, at Southport; s. of Thomas 
Scholes ; m. Janet Jameson, of Birmingham. 
Educ. Leeds Grammar School ; Handsworth 
Coll. ; e. m. 1895. Wuchang Dist., China, 
1895-1904; Hunan Dist., China, 1906- . 
Publication : Pauline Chronology and Chart 
of Epistles in Chinese. Recreations : Reading 
and walking to appointments. Address: 
Chenchow, Hunan, China. W. 

SCHOLES, Thomas; b. NOV. 17, 1844, at 

Manchester ; s. of George Briton Scholes ; m. 

Katharine Elizabeth Pugh, of Stretford, 

Manchester ; four s. two d. Educ. Manchester 

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and Southport. Commercial Rep. for Messrs 
Rylands & Sons, Ltd., Manchester; twice 
Rep. to Conference ; Member of Headingley 
Theological Com. and Leeds Mission Com. 
Address: Thornville, Headingley Lane, 
Leeds. W. 

SCHOLES, Rev. Thomas Wilfrid, M.A. ; b. May 2, 

1879, at I^eeds ; 3rd s. of Thomas Scholes, of 
Leeds. Educ. Leeds Central High School ; 
Leeds Univ., Baines Scholar, 1896 ; Viet. 
Univ. (B.A.) 1899, 2nd-class Hons. in History, 
1900 ; M.A. 1902 ; Handsworth Coll. ; e. tn. 
1904. Missionary in S. China. Address: 
2 Morrison Hill, Hong Kong, China. W. 

SCHULER, Rev. Thomas Clingman, D.D. ; b. 

Aug. 1, 1858, at Bryson City, N.C. ; m. Lulu 
Payne, of Chattanooya, Tenn. ; two d. Educ. 
Waynesville, N.C. ; Waynesville Academy ; 
e. m. 1883. Member of Gen. Conference of 
M.E. Ch. South, May 1910, a Del. to Oecu 
menical Conference held in Toronto, Can., 
Oct. 1911. Editor of Midland Methodist since 
Oct. 1907 ; Degree of Doctor of Divinity con 
ferred by the Memphis Conference Female 
Institute, June 1911. Recreation: Fishing. 

A ddress : Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. M. E. 

Ck. S. 

SOOTT, Rev. Charles Taggart, B.A., D.D.; 

b. I860, at Shruffille, Ont. ; s. of William 
Scott and Mary Butts ; m. Minnie May 
White, of Chatham, Ont. ; one s. one d. 
Educ. Wes. Theol. Coll., Montreal; Victoria 
Univ., Toronto; graduated in Arts from 
Victoria Univ. ; Hon. D.D. from Wes. Theol. 
Hall; e. m. 1881. Publications: Pamphlets 
on subjects of moral reform. Address: 
Brantford, Ontario, Canada. C. 

SCOTT, Rev. George Elijah ; b. Dec. 24, 1867, at 

Prescot, nr. Liverpool ; s. of Rev. George 
Scott (c) ; m. Eleanor Mary Price, of Market 
Harborough ; two s. two d. Educ. Private 
school ; Huddersfield Coll. ; Didsbury Coll. ; 
e. m. 1890. Recreations : Golf and fishing. 
Address: Edinburgh House, Dalby Square, 
Margate. W. 

SOOTT, Rev. Henry ; b. April 24, 1859, at New 

Shildon, Co. Durham, Eng. ; s. of John Scott ; 
m. Nellie Bonnell, of Petites, Newfoundland ; 
four s. two d. Educ. New Shildon School ; 
East Keswick Coll., Yorks ; Student of Rich 
mond Coll. ; e. m. 1884. Chairman of Metho 
dist Educational School Board. Recreations : 
Entertaining friends. Address : Moretons 
Hr., Green Bay, Newfoundland. C. 

SCOTT, Rev. Henry ; b. Feb. 3, 1873, at Mister- 
ton, Notts ; s. of Henry Denton Scott ; m. 
Miss Bradshaw, Ongutein Manor, Washingley 
(deceased) ; three s. one d. Educ. Board 
School ; Queen s Coll., Taunton ; Richmond 
Coll. ; e. m. 1900. For seven years missionary 
in British Honduras. Recreation : Shooting. 
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Address: 32 Watkin Terrace, Northampton. 
W. 

SCOTT, Rev. Henry Arnaud ; b. Oct. so, 1856, at 

Bristol ; s. of George Scott and Esther Allen ; 
tn. Mary Louisa, d. of Edward Billing, of 
London and Halifax, Nova Scotia ; one s. 
Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield; Woodhouse 
Grove School ; Headingley Coll. ; e. m. 1879. 
Address: 25 The Chase, Clapham, S.W. W. 

SCOTT, Matthew William ; b. April 10, 1863, 

at Alston, Cumberland ; s. of John and 
Isabella Scott; m. 1888, Susanna Smith, of 
Swainby, Stokesley Circuit ; three c. Educ. 
Hexham Subscription Schools. Solicitor s 
Managing Clerk. Senior Steward for Mid- 
Gloucester Mission. Address: Heathwaite 
Green, Amber ley, Glos. W. 

SCOWBY, Rev. Thomas ; b. 1837, at Halifax ; 
s. of Joseph Scowby ; m. Elizabeth Newsome, 
of Dewsbury ; three s. two d. Educ. The 
Halifax Academy; Ranmoor Coll., Sheffield; 
e. m. 1860. Pres. of M.N.C. Conference, 1893 ; 
Treas. ofConnexional Fund, 1902. Publications: 
The Fountain ; The History of Hucknall 
Methodism ; The Covenant Form ; Magazine 
Articles. Recreations : Cycling and bowls. Ad 
dress : 24 Ramsdale Crescent, Sherwood, 
Nottingham. U. 

SCRIVEN, Francis Pearce ; b. Oct. 21, 1858, at 

Portland, Dorset; s. of Richard Benfield 
and Elizabeth Scriven ; m. Jane Fall Comben, 
of Portland ; one s. Educ. Weymouth Com 
mercial School. Accountant. Rep. to Con 
ference, 1909; Senior Circuit Steward; 
Trustee; interested in S.S. work. Address: 
Martaban, Stanwell Road, Penarth, Glam. W. 

SCRIVENER, Robert George ; b. 1837, at Ips 
wich, Suffolk ; s. of Robert and Elizabeth 
Scrivener ; m. Elizabeth Moore, of Hanley, 
Staff. Potteries; four c. Educ. Church 
House, Ealing, and Dr. Haslam s, Hanley. 
Manufacturers Agent. Has been Church 
and also Circuit Sec. and Steward ; three 
times Rep. to Conference ; for seven years a 
Guardian Rep. of former M.N.C. up to 
time of Union ; Member of Coll . and Theo 
logical Corns, of former M.N.C. for several 
years ; Pres. of Men s Bible Class, at New 
castle, for the last 24 years. Address: Mount 
Pleasant, Newcastle, Staffs. U. 

SCRUTON, Rev. John; b. Feb. 23, 1841, at 
Hutton Cranswick, Driffield, E. Yorks ; 5. of 
Robert and Catherine Scruton, of Watton Carr, 
E. Yorks; nt. 1st, Harriet, d. of David and 
Jane Leafe, late of Hutton-Cranswick, E. 
Yorks; 2nd, Ann E., d. of D. C. Gowland, 
late of The Bootharns, Stainforth, Doncaster ; 
four s. seven d. Educ. The Beverley Wes. 
and National schools, and privately ; e. m. 
1861. General Com. Del. to Conference, 
1882 ; Chairman of Hull Dist, 1907. Pitbli- 



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cation: Christians and Politics. Recreation: 
Pastoral visitation. Address: 8 Oakfield 
Terrace, Headingley. P. 

SCURRAH, John Dewherst, M.D. (Lond.) ; b. 
Feb. 1832, at Padiham ; s. of John Scurrah ; 
m. 1868, d. of Richard Waddington, Lincoln ; 
one s. one d. Educ. Wesley Coll., Sheffield; 
Univ. Coll., London. Surgeon (retired) ; 
Class-leader for 50 years, Sec. to Trust 41 
years, for Quarterly Meeting 23 years, and 
for Dist. Foreign Missionary Society 13 years ; 
has been Circuit and Society Steward; the 
following is probably unique in Methodism : 
his son is a Trustee of the fifth generation ; for 
his great-great-grandfather (in time of John 
Wesley), his great-grandfather, his grandfather, 
and his father, were all Trustees. Recreations : 
Walking and reading. Address: 37 Clarendon 
Road, Birmingham. W. 

SEDDON, Henry J b. March 29, 1858, at Bolton, 
Lanes. Surviving Partner of the Firm of 
Crosfield & Seddon, Manchester ; Local 
Preacher, S.S. Supt., and Treas. Address : 
Spire Hollins, Chapel-en-le-Frith. U. 

8EDEN, Rev. James; b. July 28, 1853, at 
Dedham, Essex ; s. of John Seden ; m. Annie 
Jackson (at Zanzibar, first European wedding 
celebrated there), of Kirby Moorside, Yorks ; 
nine c. Educ. East London Missionary Coll. ; 
f. m. 1875, and proceeded direct to Central 
E. Africa, where he began first industrial 
experiments in E. Africa at Rib6, nr. Mom 
basa, introduced first plough, raised first crop 
of cotton, and founded several stations ; 
assisted in first reductions of language to 
writing, and in translation, lesson-books, &c. 
Recreations : Botany, gardening, cycling, pho 
tography, and optical lantern. Address : Col 
lege Road, Framlingham, Suffolk. U. 

SEED, Councillor Alfred ; b. July 31, 1854, at 

Halifax ; s. of Ezra Seed ; m. Sarah Ellen 
Greenwood, of Halifax ; one s. three d. Educ. 
Halifax. Boot Manufacturer of the Firm 
of Seed Bros. School Sec., Teacher, and 
Trustee. Member of Halifax School Board, 
1894-1903 ; Chairman of Sir Francis Crossley s 
Loan Fund ; Vice-Chairman of Education 
Com. ; Governor of Heath Grammar School, and 
of High School for Girls ; Vice-Chairman of 
Watch Committee ; Chairman of Governors for 
Council Secondary School ; taken an active 
part in the work of the Halifax Liberal Assoc. 
for over 30 years. Address : 24 Elmfield 
Terrace, Halifax. U. 

SEED, Rev. Thomas Alexander ; b. March 27, 

1847, at Keighley, Yorks; s. of John Seed; 
m. Emily Simonson, of Sheffield ; two s. three 

d. Educ. Grammar School ; Didsbury Coll. ; 

e. m. 1870. Has translated several import 
ant French works, and contributed much to 
periodical literature. Publications : Count 
Zinzendorf ; John and Mary Fletcher; His- 



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tory of Sheffield Methodism ; The Universal 
Prayer, &c. Recreation : Angling. Address: 
Chatsworth Road, Totley Rise, Sheffield. W. 

SEED, Rev. Walter ; b. July 13, 1871, at Dart- 
ford; s. of Rev. William Seed; m. Edith 
Frances, d. of John William Smith, of Boston. 
Educ. Kingswood School ; Kent Coll., Canter 
bury; Richmond Coll.; e. m. 1895. Mis 
sionary in Lucknow and Benares Dist. and 
Bombay City; Army Chap, at Aldershot for 
four years. Recreation: Golf. Address: 
183 Shirebrook Road, Heeley, Sheffield. W. 

SELLERS, Rev. William Edward ; b. April 7, 

1859, at North Roe, Shetland Isles ; s. of Rev. 
William Sellers; m. Sarah Louisa, d. of John 
Raynes Deacon, J.P., of Newport, I.W. ; 
two s. two d. Educ. Woodhouse Grove School 
and private schools ; e. m. 1878. First Supt.of 
Surrey and North Hampshire Mission, 1900-8 ; 
Member of Home Mission Com., Army and 
Navy Board, &c. Publications : From Alder- 
shot to Pretoria ; Strange Scenes and Strange 
Experiences ; Talks about Holiness ; Sunshine 
and Shadow. Recreation : Golf. Address : 
St. John s Manse, Llandrindod Wells. W. 

SENIOR, Rev. Benjamin ; b. March 4, 1847, at 

Farnley, Leeds ; s. of Benjamin Senior ; m. 
Annie Elizabeth Dennis, of Ramsgate ; two s. 
two d. Stud. Sunderland Coll. ; e. m. 1872. 
Pres. of Kent Council of Evangelical F.C. 
1903 ; for 14 years Pastor of Surrey Chapel, 
London ; built the New Surrey Chapel, which 
cost over 14,000. Publications : A Hundred 
Years at Surrey Chapel ; Pentecostal Power ; 
Bible Holiness ; Young Men Outside the 
Churches ; Best Book and How to Read It ; 
The Gambling Mania ; &c. A ddress : Hamil 
ton Villas, 131 Crescent Road, Ramsgate. P. 

SEVERS, George ; b. June 14, 1838, at Ripon ; 
m. Eliza Moss, of London. Educ. Ripon Wes. 
school and Grammar School ; Westminster 
Training Coll. Retired Elementary Teacher 
and Science Teacher. Poor Law Guardian ; 
Select Class-Teacher and Supt. in S.S. for 45 
years ; Circuit Steward for nine years ; Lincoln 
Rep. to Conference; closely connected with 
Band of Hope for 40 years. Publications : Has 
supplied Notes of Band of Hope Addresses to 
Banner of Hope for 12 years. Recreations : 
Local Wesleyana. Address: Ferncliffe, 
Bingley. W. 

SEXTON, Rev. George Samuel, D.D. ; b. June 10, 

1867, at Middleburg, Tennessee; s. of J. R. 
Sexton and Mary J. (Justice) ; m. Sallie Gray 
Moselcy, of Jefferson, Texas ; one s. Educ. 
Hendricks Coll., Conway, Arkansas; e. m. 
1888. Has served the Church in all depart 
ments, i.e. Missions, Circuits, Stations, Pre 
siding Elder, Assist. Corresponding Sec. of 
Board of Church Extension; at present 
Member and Sec. of Gen. Conference Com. for 
the Rep. Church, Washington, D. C. ; Organized 
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St. Paul s Church, Houston, Texas, and erected 
building costing $212,000 ; Del. from Texas 
Conference and Chairman of Delegation, to 
Gen. Conference of M.E. Church South, held in 
Ashville, N.C., May 1910; Captain and 
Chap, of 6th Texas Infantry ; later Chap, of 
ist Texas U.S.V.I. during Spanish-American 
War ; Grand Prelate, Grand Commandery K.T. 
of Texas, 1906-10; 32nd degree A.A.S.R. 
freemasonry; Degree of D.D. conferred by 
Kentucky Wes., 1910. Address: 1308 
Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. M.E. Ch. S. 

SHAFTO, Rev. George Reginald Holt ; b. Sept. 2, 

1873, at Carlisle ; s. of George H. Shafto ; m. 
Ethel Smith, of Lincoln; two s. two d. Educ. 
Hull and East Riding Coll. and Rydal Mount ; 
Didsbury Coll.; e. m. 1896. Financial Sec. 
of Exeter Dist., 1908-9 ; Financial Sec. of East 
Anglia Dist., 1910-12. Publications : Chiefly 
journalism ; also books on topography and 
archaeology. Recreation : Photography. A d- 
dress : Wesley Manse, Cambridge. W. 

SHAPCOTT, Rev. George ; b. 1847, at Bishops 
Nympton, Devon ; s. of Alexander and Mary 
Shapcott ; m. Catherine S. Rumball, of 
Girtford, Sandy, Beds; six c. Educ. Ele 
mentary schools, South Molton ; Sunderland 
Coll. ; e. m. 1872. The four churches in the 
Kilburn Circuit have been erected during his 
ministry. Address : The Manse, Milman 
Road, Queen s Park, N.W. P. 

SHAPLAND, Rev Richard Henry Bowden ; />. 

Aug. 25, 1877, at Wellington, Somerset ; s. 
of Richard and Emma Shapland ; m. Fanny 
Pimm, of Kewstoke ; one s. Educ. British 
School; United Meth. Coll.; Victoria Univ., 
Manchester; e. m. 1900. Recreation: Golf. 
Address: 14 Melton Road, Higher Crump- 
sail, Manchester. U. 

SHARMAN, George Woodcock ; b. 1845 ; s. of 

John Sharman, of Sheffield ; m. 1st, Ellen 
Lucy, d. of Rev. Henry S. Hayward, of 
Blackpool (one d.) ; 2nd, Eliza Gertrude, d. of 
Isaac Sharman, of Sheffield. Educ. Broomhall 
Academy ; Ecclesall Coll. Wholesale Tea 
Dealer. Class-leader for 35 years, S.S. 
Teacher 40 years ; Pres. of P.S.A. Address : 
29 Steade Road, Sheffield. U. 

SHARP, Rev. Douglas Simmonds, M.A., B.D. 

(Viet.) ; b. Aug. 10, 1881, at Stoke Ferry, 
Norfolk ; s. of