menu icon mobile devices search icon mobile devicesSearch the site

Sarah Cory (fl.1815)

Sarah Cory was recorded as a female itinerant in the minutes of the first Bible Christian Conference of 1815, which stationed her at Luxillian in Cornwall. She left the itinerancy in 1821. Several other members of her family were also involved in the work, including Andrew Cory, one of the earliest Connexional leaders.

Source: F. W. Bourne, The Bible Christians Their Origin and History 1815-1900 (1905), and Oliver Beckerlegge, United Methodist Ministers and their Circuits (1968)

Return to The Methodist Archives Biographical Index

Can we help?