Allen, John (4)
Allen, John an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, June 10, 1737. He joined the Methodist Society in 1759, and in 1766 was appointed to the Manchester Circuit, and successively to the Sussex Circuit. in Staffiordshire, and others, including London, 1769; Bristol; 1772; Keighley, 1777; Leeds, 1794; Liverpool, 1795; and Bolton, 1797. In 1799 he became a supernumerary, and took up his residence in Liverpool, where he died, Feb. 20, 1810. "He had all the marks of a man of God." See
Wesleyan Meth. Magazine, 1812, p. 2, 81; Minutes of British Conference, 1810.