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Samuel Butcher (fl.1760)

Samuel Butcher was a leather seller of Crucifix Lane, Bermondsey, London. A staunch Methodist, Butcher was a friend of the Wesley brothers and contributed generously to the construction of a Methodist Chapel in the Southwark district of London during the early 1760s.

Source: A Biographical Dictionary of 18th Century Methodism by Samuel Rogal (Lewston, New York 1991)

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