Bacon, William (2)

Bacon, William an English Wesleyan minister, commenced his work in 1812; labored uninterruptedly for forty-two years; became a supernumerary in the city of Lincoln, and died June 16,1860, aged seventy-two. He had the solid qualities that make a good preacher, minister, Christian, and theologian. See Minutes of the British Conference, 1860.

 
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