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Margaret Adams (1799-1822)

Margaret Adams was born in Moorwinstow, Cornwall. She became an itinerant preacher of considerable repute at a very early age and worked closely with William O'Bryan in the early days of the Bible Christian movement. She was one of the original twenty-nine preachers listed in the minutes of the first Conference of 1819.

Source; F. W. Bourne, The Bible Christians Their Origin and History 1815-1900 (1905), pp.69-70 and Oliver Beckerlegge, United Methodist Ministers and their Circuits 1797-1932 (1968)

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