Conder, John (2), Dd
Conder, John (2), D.D.
an English Independent minister, was born at Wimpole, in Cambridgeshire, in 1714; educated in London; was ordained at Cambridge in September, 1739; and chosen theological tutor at the Mile End College in 1754, when the institution was opened in that locality. In 1759 he became one of the preachers of the Merchants' Lecture, and in 1760 assistant preacher at the Pavement, near Moorfields, where he continued until his death in 1781. He published the Sermons of the Reverend Samuel Hayward of Silver Street about 1760. See Rose, Gen. Biog. Dict. s.v.; Wilson, Dissenting Churches, 2:85, 531; 3:111.