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Thomas Tennant (d.1793)

Thomas Tennant became a Wesleyan itinerant in 1770 and served principally in the North of England until he superannuated to London in 1792. He was described in his conference obituary as a 'man of meek and quiet spirit&His sufferings for many years were great, arising from a deep nervous disorder'.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1793

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