Underhill, James Evan
Underhill, James Evan an English Wesleyan missionary, was a native of Staffordshire. He was appointed to Jamaica, W. I., by the Conference of 1817. His diligence in study and knowledge of Methodist doctrine and discipline qualified him to give instruction and manage wisely the affairs of his charges. He died of fever at Morant Bay, Jamaica, Sept. 24, 1821 in the twenty-seventh year of his age. He was much beloved by his people. See Minutes of Wesleyan Conference, 1822.