Crisp, Thomas

Crisp, Thomas an English Dissenting minister, was born in 1738. He was educated under Dr. Conder; first settled at Colchester; thence removed to Ringwood, and afterwards to Hertford; but, though a man of excellent character and of a peaceable spirit, he met with great trouble and opposition in every place. He at last returned to the home of his nativity, and died suddenly, near Wrentham, in 1806. He published, The Charge at the Ordination of Sir Harry Trelawney. See (Lond.) Theological and Biblical Magazine, February, 1806, page 79.

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