Armstrong, John (1)

Armstrong, John (1)

an Irish Wesleyan minister, was born near Newton-Butler, Fermanagh, in November, 1788. He was converted in youth, and with Arthur Noble was appointed to the Derry and Antrim Mission in 1816. He spent forty-four years of active service in the province of Ulster, and fifteen years in retirement. He died at Lurgan, Aug. 1,1875. His mind was naturally vigorous, and his sermons were quaint, original, and delivered with dramatic power. He was one of the most popular and useful preachers of his day in the north of Ireland, and an indefatigable pastor. See Minutes of British Conference, 1876, p. 33.

 
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