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Thomas Carlill (d.1801)

Thomas Carlill entered the itinerancy in 1760. He exercised an active circuit ministry for thirty-eight years in England, Wales and Ireland before superannuation in 1797. He died at Horncastle in Lincolnshire.

Source: C. H. Crookshank, History of Methodism in Ireland (1885), Volume 1, p.350 and Kenneth B. Garlick, An Alphabetical Arrangement of Wesleyan Methodist Preachers and Missionaries, and the Stations to which they were appointed 1739-1818

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