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Campbell, Reginald John (1867–1956), Congregational minister and Church of England clergyman, was born on 29 August 1867 at 2 Norfolk Villas, Jamaica Level, Bermondsey, London, the second of four sons and one daughter of John Campbell, a United Methodist Free Church minister, and his wife, ...

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Reginald John Campbell (1867–1956) by Lena Connell © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

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Dunn, Samuel (1798–1882), Free Church Methodist minister and religious journalist, was born at Mevagissey in Cornwall on 13 February 1798. His father, James Dunn, the master of a small trading vessel, met John Wesley in 1768 and became a class leader; with his crew he protected ...

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Everett, James (1784–1872), Methodist minister and religious writer, was born on 16 May 1784 at Alnwick, Northumberland. He was the second son of John Everett and his wife, Margaret Bowmaker. Everett's father died while he was young, and the boy soon learned to help his mother. After a short time at a private school in ...

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Raper, James Hayes (1820–1897), temperance reformer, was born on 6 October 1820 at Carlisle, the last of the twelve children of George Raper (d. 1820), a stonemason, and his wife, Jane (1780–1860), the daughter of Edgar Thomas Pattinson. George Raper was killed before ...

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Wakefield [née Brewin], Rebecca (1844–1873), missionary wife, was born in Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, on 19 August 1844, the only daughter and youngest of four children born to Simeon Brewin (d. 1857), a hosier and draper and Methodist local preacher, and his wife, ...

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Wilson, Benjamin (1824–1897), Chartist and horticulturist, was born on 7 August 1824 at Skircoat Green, Halifax. Of humble parentage, he never attended day school, but learned to read at the Wesleyan Sunday school in the village of Skircoat Green, an early centre of both Methodism and radicalism. His autobiography ...