Mellor, Enoch, Dd
Mellor, Enoch, D.D.
an English Congregational minister, was born at Salendine Nook, near Huddersfield, November 20, 1823. He studied in Huddersfield College, graduated A.M. from the University of Edinburgh in 1845, and afterwards studied theology in the Lancashire Independent College. About the close of the year 1847 he accepted the pastorate of the church at Square Road, Halifax. His fame as a preacher spread rapidly, and he was frequently invited to larger fields of usefulness. In 1861 he became pastor of the church at Great George Street, Liverpool, where he achieved signal success. In 1867 he returned to his former charge in Halifax, where he met with a hearty welcome, and continued to labor until the close of life, October 26, 1881. He was active in the interests of his denomination, and was often called to positions of honor in that connection. He published, The Atonement; its Relation to Pardon, etc.: — Ritualism and its Related Dogmas: — Priesthood in the Light of the New Testament. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1882, page 315.