Aver, William an English Wesleyan minister, entered the itinerant work in 1790, and died in Penzance, Cornwall, Jan. 25, 1835, aged sixty-seven. He was converted in early life, and conducted is long ministry with assiduity and usefulness. He was an humble and thorough Christian.. He wrote a Letter to a Member: of the New Connection (Penrvn, 1814, 8vo). See Wesleyan Takings, i, 303; Minutes of the British Conference, 1835.