Crowe, William

Crowe, William an English Baptist minister, was born at Braintree in December 1796. He was; converted at sixteen; studied with Dr. Bogue of Gosport, and was appointed a missionary to Quilon, in the Bombay presidency. After laboring four years, he returned to England; preached, for a time, at Lutterworth; in Kingston, Surrey, nine years; in Worcester, sixteen years; and then resided, without charge, in Hammersmith, until his death, November 27, 1872. See (Lond.) Baptist Hand-book, 1873, 253. (J.C.S.)

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