Coxhead, Benjamin

Coxhead, Benjamin an English Baptist minister, was born June 9, 1772, and baptized at Carter Lane, London, May 27, 1794. He pursued his theological studies at the academy in Bristol; and was ordained at Wild Street Church, London, Oct. 30,1800, remaining there until 1807, when he removed to Truro, where, for the most of the time, he continued until 1820. For two or three years he was out of the pastorate, in consequence of illhealth. In April 1824, he accepted a call to Winchester, and was pastor in that city seven years, from 1824 to 1831. He continued to reside in Winchester for five years, preaching when he could, and then removed to Newbury, where, without charge, he preached frequently, until laid aside by the infirmities of age. He died November 12, 1851. See (Loud.) Baptist Hand-book, 1852, page 46. (J.C.S.)

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