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William Lunell (fl.1740)

William Lunell was a wealthy Dublin banker of Huguenot origin.

He was one of the first Methodist converts in Dublin and his status within the community made him a valuable asset.

Both John and Charles Wesley stayed with him during their visits to the city.

Source: C. H. Crookshank, History of Methodism in Ireland (1885-88), Volume 1

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