Bayly, Benjamin (2)

Bayly, Benjamin (2), an Irish Methodist preacher, was born at Moneygrath, County Carlow, Oct. 13, 1807. He was converted at twenty-one, received into the Methodist Society by the Rev. Robert Huston, became a class leader and local preacher, and began in 1832 the career of an itinerant minister. During fortytwo years he was in labors more abundant, and witnessed remarkable revivals of the work of God. He became a supernumerary in 1874, preaching as health permitted, but died at Enniskillen, Aug. 10, 1879.

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