Adams, John H

Adams, John H., an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Worcester, Jan. 29; 1788. He was piously trained, converted under J. McByron in 1811, and entered the ministry in 1815. He became a supernumerary in 1846, after having labored in various parts of England and several years in France, and died Dec. 15, 1846. Mr. Adams stood high in the esteem of his brethren, and his private and ministerial character was irreproachable. His sermons were instructive and convincing. See Minutes of the Brit, Conference, 1847.

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