commenced his ministry among the Bible Christians in 1834. He labored with acceptability on eight different appointments in Somersetshire Dehire hire, and Cornwall, England. At South Netherton he was appointed twice. In his ministerial duties he was diligent and faithful, and his liberality was praiseworthy. After months of sickness, he died rather suddenly at Middle Chinnock, in the South Netherton Circuit, Sept. 25, 1878. — See Minutes of 61st Annual Conference, 1879.