Appleby, William

Appleby, William an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Tunstall, Oct. 5, 1811. He was converted when sixteen; received- into the ministry in 1832; spent fourteen years in Cornwall, where he witnessed extensive revivals of religion; became a supernumerary in 1859, and died Nov. 12, 1860. He evinced deep sympathy with the people of his charge; his ministry was earnest and evangelical, and sometimes accompanied by overwhelming power from on high. See Minutes of British Conference, 1861, p. 11.

 
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