Beardsall, Francis

Beardsall, Francis an English Baptist minister, was born at Sheffield, Sept. 6, 1799. He was converted at the age of seventeen, while attending a Methodist class- meeting, and became a class-leader and local preacher in that denomination. Jan. 1, 1828, he joined a Baptist church in Loughborough, where he pursued his studies. After acting as an assistant to Rev. Mr. Stock at Castle Donnington, he became pastor of a Church at Market Harborough, and in 1834 removed to Manchester. Here he remained several years, and in the spring of 1842 embarked for America. He died on the voyage, June 25, 1842. See Report of English Baptist Union, 1843, p.2. (J. C. S.)

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