Bryan, Samuel Clothier

Bryan, Samuel Clothier an English minister of the Society of Friends, was born at Shepton-Mellet, Somersetshire, in 1713. Here he lived sixty years, and resided in Glastonbury, in the same county, for the remainder of his life. In his youthful days he was somewhat wayward in his conduct, but the grace of God subdued his evil temper, and he became not only a worthy member of the society with which he connected himself, but an approved minister. He died January 23, 1805. Mr. Bryan's preaching was plain, edifying, and scriptural, and confined chiefly within the limits of his own quarterly meeting. See Piety Promoted, 3:346, 348. (J.C.S.)

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