Cox, John Hayter

Cox, John Hayter an English Congregational minister, was born at Portsea, March 26, 1768, and received his ministerial education at Gosport Academy. In 1789 he began to preach at Fareham, Hampshire, and labored there eighteen years. In 1809 he became pastor at St. Albans, and after five years went to Hadleigh, in Suffolk, where he was installed October 26, 1814. In 1829 he removed to Uley, Gloucestershire, but relinquished this charge, and at the same time the ministry, in 1839, and retired to Kingston, Surrey. He died January 5, 1848. He published, A Harmony of Scripture, some anonymous pamphlets, and a Sermon. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1848, page 219.

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