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Sherman, Jameslocked

(1796–1862)
  • Elaine Kaye

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Sherman, James (1796–1862), Congregational minister, son of an employee of the East India Company and his Yorkshire wife, was born in Banner Street, Finsbury, London, on 21 February 1796. After education by two local dissenting ministers he was apprenticed to an ivory turner for three and a half years. When convinced of a call to the ministry he applied to the ...

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