Veal, Edward, Am
Veal, Edward, A.M.
an English Dissenting minister and tutor, was born in 1631. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford; went to Dublin and became senior fellow of Trinity College; returned to England for ordination; went again to Ireland and preached there for several years; but was afterwards stripped of his fellowship and returned to England. On the passage of the Uniformity Act he gathered a congregation of Dissenters at Wapping, and continued to preach to them until advanced age compelled him to resign. He was for a time professor of a Dissenting academy, and trained up several excellent ministers. He died in 1708. See Bogue and Bennett, History .of Dissenterss, 1, 336.