Eliza Jew (fl.1823-1827)
Eliza Jew was an early Bible Christian itinerant.
In 1823 she accompanied Catherine O'Bryan, wife of the founder of the Connexion, to the Isle of Wight. They arrived only six weeks after the arrival of the first Bible Christian missionary on the island [Mary Toms].
She was subsequently stationed in the Channel Islands, Devonport, Portsea and Southampton. She disappaears from the record after 1827.
Source: Revd. J. Woolcock, History of the Bible Christians in the Isle of Wight (1897), and Oliver Beckerlegge, United Methodist Ministers and their Circuits (1968)