Courtice, William

Courtice, William an English Methodist preacher, was born at North Devon in 1796. He led a wicked life in his youth; heard Mr. O'Bryan preach in 1815; gave his heart to God and his service to the Bible Christians; entered the ministry in 1820, as a supply for James Thorne, and for more than forty years was one of the most able and successful ministers in the connection, filling some of the highest offices. In 1862 he became a supernumerary, and died suddenly at Devonport, January 2, 1866. See Minutes of the Conference, 1866.

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