Antliff, William, Dd
Antliff, William, D.D.
a prominent minister of the English Primitive Methodist Conference, was born in 1813. In his seventeenth year he began to preach. He held nearly all the positions of honor it was in the power of his denomination to bestow. From 1862 to 1867 he was Connectional Editor, and at the request of the conference he wrote an excellent biography of Hugh Bourne. He was twice president of the conference. For some time he was principal of the Sunderland Institute. He died in December 1884. See Christian Guardian, December 17, 1884.