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Calvinistic Methodist Ministers in Northumberland, 1887

Transcribed by Robin E. Thomas, Montana State University

From: The Diary of the Calvinistic Methodists, for 1887. Edited by the Rev. E. Jerman, Wrexham and Joseph Evans, Swansea. Published for the General Assembly of the Calvinistic Methodists by Hughes & Son, Hope Street, Wrexham.


Ministers Churches
William Limon Alnwick, Clayport Street
David Donaldson Alnwick, Lisburn Street
Robert Macnair Alnwick, St. James's
Alexander Forsyth Bavington
R. J. Adamson, M.A. Bedlington
Thomas Newlands Birdhopecraig
James Blythe, M.A. Branton
William S. Spence Embleton
James Lemon Felton
Robert H. Davidson Glanton
John Scott Harbottle
William R. Barrie Longframlington
A. H. Drysdale Morpeth
J. W. Black Newbiggin
Allan Wilson North Middleton
George Henderson North Sunderland
Robert P. Douglas Otterburn
David F. Fergus, M.A. Thropton
William Addison Warenford
Wm. Rogerson, Clerk Warkworth
Matthew Edwards, M.A. Widdrington
James L. Muirhead Wooler, Cheviot Street
Alexander McClellan Wooler, Cheviot Street
James McLeish Wooler, Tower Hill
Alexander Gregory, M.A. Wooler, West Chapel