Dawkes, Clendon

Dawkes, Clendon an English Baptist minister, was said to be a native of Wellingborongh. He settled in early life at Wapping, about 1719, but in 1726 took charge of a newly formed church in Collier's Rents, Southwark. About 1734 he was chosen afternoon preacher at Devonshire Square, but on the dissolution of that society in 1751, removed to Hemel-Hempstead, Herts, where he died, December 8, 1758. See Wilson, Dissenting Churches, 1:531.

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