Bonner, Richard a minister in connection with the British Conference, was a native of Flintshire Wales. He was converted under the powerful preaching of the early Welsh missionaries of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, and entered the ministry in 1813. He sought rest in 1854, and settled at Carnarvon, where the remainder of his life was spent, and where he died, July 28, 1867, in the eightieth year of his age. Mr. Bonner's mental powers were good, his taste correct, his temperament vivacious, his voice agreeable, and he was one of the most attractive and efficient of the Welsh ministers. See Minutes of the British Conference, 1867, p. 31.