Camm, John

Camm, John, a minister of the Society of Friends, was born near Kendal, Westmoreland, England, in 1604. He was converted under the preaching of George Fox, and soon after commenced his labors as an itinerant preacher among the Friends in the North of England, and in London, whither he went with Francis Howgill, " with -a message from the Lord to Oliver Cromwell, their protector." He is said to have been "a man richly furnished with the gifts of the Holy Spirit, patient in exercises, grave in behavior, profound in judgment, quick in discerning, and a sharp reprover of wickedness, hypocrisy, and of disorderly walkers in the profession of truth." He died a peaceful Christian death in: 1652.. See Evans, Piety Promoted, i, 31, 33. (J. C.S.) I

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