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Owen Davies (1752-1830)

Owen Davies was born in North Wales. He entered the itinerancy in 1789 and exercised an active circuit ministry in England and Wales until poor health forced him to superannuate in 1818. He had spent several years in charge of the work in North Wales and was responsible for the transition of several missions into regular circuits.

Davies spent his retirement in Liverpool.

Source: Hill's Arrangement 1827 and Minutes of Conference 1830

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