Barker, David

Barker, David an English Methodist preacher, came out from Mexborough, near Doncaster; was born in 1796; early converted to God; began to preach; entered the ministry of the New Connection in 1817, and travelled in eight important circuits. He was a man of rare talents, good memory, sound judgment, gentle spirit, well-stored mind, great humility, melting compassion, correct taste, and deep piety. He was killed by the overturning of a coach near Bolton, March 19, 1831. See Minutes of the British Conference.

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