Byron, James Mkee

Byron, James M'kee an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Downpatrick, Ireland, July 25, 1760. In 1785 he Was introduced to Mr. Wesley as a candidate for the ministry, and appointed to Norwich. His circuits afterwards were Kent, Northampton, Penzance, Bradford, Salisbury (1797), Truro, Launceston, and many others. In 1823 he went to France as a .supernumerary, where he died, Sept. 24, 1827. Byron possessed powers of a high order for pulpit oratory; his mind was well stored with learning; and his ministry was eminently useful. He was faithful, forgiving, generous, and benevolent. See Wesl. Meth. Mug., 1829, p. 577; Minutes of the British Conference, 1828.

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