Ames, William

Ames, William an English Wesleyan missionary, was born near Wellington, Shropshire. He was sent as a missionary to the West Indies in 1818; labored with acceptance at St. Vincent; and was removed in 1821 to Demerara, where he soon fell a victim to putrid fever, dying, after seven days illness, Oct. 1821. He was faithful to the duties of his calling. See Minutes of British Conferences, 1822.

 
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