Alliott, William an English Congregational minister, brother of the Rev. Richard Alliott, Jr., was born at Castlegate Parsonage, Nottingham, July 22, 1807. He united with his father's church at Castlegate, and thence proceeded to Wymondley College and the University of Glasgow to study for the ministry. He was ordained to the pastorate of Howard Chapel, Bedford, in 1832, where for thirty-five years he made full proof of his ministry. His death occurred Aug. 12, 1867. Mr. Alliott was very wise, modest, and spiritual. His ambition was not fame, but usefulness. For more than twenty years he was engaged in preparing students for labor in connection with the London Missionary Society. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1868, p. 248.