an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Lowestoft, July 8 1816. Piously trained, he early entered upon Christian work, and in 1839 was accepted as a candidate for the ministry. His sympathy for the poor aid afflicted, the simplicity of his trust in Christ, the singleness of his aim, and the cheerfulness of his disposition greatly endeared him to the people. Trials subdued and chastened his spirit. At the Conference of 1879 he was. appointed to Watford, Herts, where he died, Dec. 4, 1879. See Minutes of Wesleyan Conference, 1880, p. 20.