Crump, John Henry, Am

Crump, John Henry, A.M.

an English Congregational minister, was born at Coventry, March 15, 1803. In 1822 he entered the Congregational College at Hoxton; in 1826 became pastor at Weymouth; in 1838 chaplain of the Protestant Dissenters' Collegiate School at Mill Hill, Middlesex, and in 1847 removed to Lechlade, Gloucestershire, where he died February 14, 1849. He wrote a beautiful memoir of his friend, Reverend Thomas C. Everett. See (Lond.) Evang. Magazine, 1849, page 225.

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