Wray, James Jackson

Wray, James Jackson an English Congregational minister, was born at Sancton, Yorkshire, August 12, 1832. After receiving an education in Westminster Normal College he took charge first of the school at Madeley Wood, and later at Oldham. In 1858 he was received into the Wesleyan Methodist Conference, and sent to Freetown, Sierra Leone. At the end of a year he returned and served several churches, but soon left the Wesleyans and became pastor of the church in Tottenham Court Road, and later in Market Weighton. He died October 26, 1892. He was editor of Good Company, and a contributor to other magazines, besides being the author of several books. He was also widely known as a lecturer. See (Lond.) Cong. Year- book, 1893.

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