Branston, Edward

Branston, Edward an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Newark, Nottinghamshire, in 1808. He was converted when about seventeen; was received into the ministry in 1833; was sent in 1835 to the West Indies; labored at Georgetown and Mahaica, Demerara, and in Barbadoes; returned to his native land in 1846; occupied various home circuits henceforward; was sent to Shepton-Mallet in 1862 and whilt from home visiting a friend was seized with a sickness which in a few days terminated fatally, February 2, 1863. He was an earnest, practical evangelist, whose ministry resulted in the conversion of many. See Minutes of the British Conference, 1863, page 18.

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