Westall, Thomas an early Methodist preacher, labored forty years in England, from 1740 until worn out. He retired to Bristol about 1780. He had some exciting experiences, one of which Atmore records. It was connected with Gwenap, famed in the history of early Methodism. He was at the Third Conference in 1746. He died in Bristol, April 20, 1794. He was a pattern of Christian simplicity and humble love. See Atmore, Meth. Memorial, s.v. Minutes of the Conference, 1794; Stevens, Hist. of Meth. 1, 174, 315; 3, 89.