Andrews, William Williams
Andrews, William Williams an English Methodist preacher, was converted when young under a sermon by W. Hopper. He joined the Bible Christians, and became a local preacher; went to America to avoid entering the ministry, but the call to do so pursued him. He returned to England, went to the Shebbear Institution, was accepted for the ministry in 1863, and labored in six home circuits with great acceptance. He died March 5, 1878, at Weare, Somerset, aged forty-two years. See Minutes of Conferences of Bible Christians, 1878.