Costerdine, Robert an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Flixton, near Manchester, in October 1726. He was converted under John Nelson; was a local preacher five years, and in 1764 was appointed to the Epworth Circuit. He was persecuted much, but his sermons had, mighty effect. He also labored at Keighley, Sheffield, Manchester, Macclesfield, Wediesbury, etc. He died March 16, 1812. He was a man of patience and self-sacrifice. See Wesl. Meth. Magazine, 1814, page 161.