Carslake, William

Carslake, William an English Presbyterian minister, was educated at Exeter College, Oxford, and had the living of Werrington, Devonshire, till ejected in 1662, when he came to London and preached there during the Great Plague, 1665-66. He then settled at Parish Street, Horsleydown, till his death, in 1689. Calamy said "he was a good and pious man, but inclined to melancholy." See Wilson, Dissenting Churches, 4:275.

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