Alexander, James (1)
Alexander, James (1), an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Bradford, Wiltshire, in 1768. He was converted early in life. When he was taken into the ministry, in 1794, he was sent to preach to the negroes of the West Indies, among whom he labored for six years. He then returned to England, where he ministered for nineteen years. In 1819 he became a supernumerary, and died at Wimborne, Jan. 26, 1829. See Minutes of British Conference, 1829.