Carpenter, Charles

Carpenter, Charles an English Baptist minister, was born at Alsford, Hants, in 1796. He was converted in his youth, and baptized at Folkestone, Kent. He established the first Baptist chapel at Dover, and afterwards removed to Rochester, where he gathered a new church and was its pastor for four years. He next settled in London for sixteen years, then spent three years in Wales, and finally located at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, where he died; March 24, 1858.

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