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Joseph Agar (1789-1830)

Joseph Agar was converted at an early age and entered the itinerancy in 1810 on the recommendation of the Easingwold circuit in Yorkshire. He was described in the recommendation as well-educated and was apparently a man of private fortune (conference obituary). His active circuit ministry was spent primarily in the North-West of England. Agar died after a short illness on 23 August 1830.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1831, Hill's Arrangement 1827 and List of Wesleyan Preachers on Trial 1803-1831 (MARC)

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