Botterell, Henry B

Botterell, Henry B.

an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Liskeard, Cornwall, Jan. 30, 1814. He was converted at the age of seventeen under Rev. Simeon Noall. In 1837 he entered the theological institution at Hoxton, where he remained until 1839, when he was called out to supply a vacancy in St. Austle Circuit. His next appointment was Tuckingmill, and the next Guernsey, 1841. In 1842 he was appointed to the Biggleswade Circuit, but disease seizing him, he left London, April 4, 1843, for his father's house at Liskeard, where he died, April 9, 1843. Encomiums on his character were published by Thos. Jackson and others. See Wesl. Meth. Mag. 1848, p. 712; Minutes of the British Conference, 1843.

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