Pipe, John S
Pipe, John S.
a Wesleyan minister, was born in the last half of the 18th century. He was converted when but a boy. He entered the itinerant ministry in 1790, and for thirty-five years labored most successfully for the Gospel cause. He was generally employed ill the most populous parts of the British kingdom, and was much beloved by the people to whom he preached. He died July 21, 1835. "'His ministry was faithful, lively, and zealous, and his spirit affectionate, cheerful, and devout."- Wesleyan Meth. Mag. 1835, p. 723.