Elizabeth Dickinson (1751-1822)
Elizabeth Dickinson was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Briggs of London and the granddaughter of Revd. Vincent Perronet. Her parents were devout Methodists and close friends of the Wesleys, Elizabeth herself was converted at the age of twelve.
She was married to the Anglican clergyman Peard Dickinson (1758-1802), who was employed at London's City Road Chapel. She was a member of the City Road Society for nearly sixty years, serving as a class leader and sick visitor.
Source: George John Stevenson, City Road Chapel, London, and its Associations, Historical, Biographical, and Memorial (1872), pp.396-398