Andrews, Benjamin Lld

Andrews, Benjamin Ll.D., an English Wesleyan minister, was born in London, Nov. 1, 1785. His ancestors were among the Huguenot refugees in England, and some of them were received by Wesley into his first class in the Foundery. Andrews united with the Church in early life, made high attainments as a scholar, and received his degree from the University of Aberdeen. He entered the ministry in 1814, became a supernumerary in 1855, and died at Richmond, Surrey, May 3, 1868. His entire course was marked by sterling integrity of character and unswerving devotedness to Methodism. His ministry was an awakening and earnest one. See Minutes of British Conference, 1868, p. 29.

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