Bewlay Edward an English Congregational minister, was born at Birmingham, Jan. 20, 1811. He was carefully trained by religious parents, joined the Wesleyans, and, becoming a local preacher, he preached for several years in the Dudley, Lincoln, and Huddersfield circuits. Then, joining the Congregationalists, he entered Highbury College, London, and in 1839 received as his first charge the Church at March, Isle of Ely. Mr. Bewlay subsequently preached successively at Cirencester, Sunderlanid, and at Walworth, London, where he resigned pastoral work in 1869, and then removing to Angell Pack, Brixton, S.W., he opened a private college. Here he died, Sept. 23, 1878. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1879, p. 299.