one of the patriarchs of Irish Methodism, was bornat Cabystown, County Fermanagh, December 1784. He was received into the ministry in 1804; became a supernumerary in 1851; resided in Dublin and Belfast, and died in. the former city, May 4, 1862, being at the time senior minister in the Irish Conference. Mr. Crook published a pamphlet in 1823, entitled, A Few
Plain Proofs that the Church of England is not Calvinistic. See Memorials of Reverend Wm. Crook (Lond. and Dublin, 1863), by his son, Reverend Wm. Crook; Minutes of the British Conference, 1862, page 36.