Boon[E], Charles an English Wesleyan minister, commenced the work in 1771, and for twenty-four years was a faithful itinerant. His last circuit was Plymouth dock. In July, 1795, he left Plymouth for Exeter, thinking the change would be beneficial. A contrary effect was produced, however, and he died there, July 20, 1795. See Atmore, Meth. Memorial, s.v.