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James Bogie (1757-1837)

James Bogie was born at Capheaton in Northumberland. He was converted at the age of fifteen and 'by a series of providential openings' was led into the itinerancy in 1782. His active circuit ministry was exercised in Scotland and the North of England until superannuation due to old age in 1826. His retirement was spent in Liverpool where he died after a long illness on October 4th 1837.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1838 and Hill's Arrangement 1827

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