Waller, Ralph an English Methodist preacher, was born in 1811, and was converted in his youth in the Methodist Society. During the division of 1835 he joined the New Connection, while at New Mills, near Stockport, and in 1836 entered their ministry. During twelve years he traveled in nine circuits with marked success. In 1844 he obtained entire sanctification by faith, and his ministry was ever after more earnest. His voice failed him in 1846, and he became a supernumerary at Sheffield, where he died in triumph, Nov. 17, 1848. See Minutes of the Conference.