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Peter Haslam (1774-1808)

Peter Haslam was converted in early life and entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1796.

He died after a short illness on May 5th 1808 while stationed in the Liverpool circuit. He had been preaching until just two weeks before his demise.

Haslam left a widow and four children, the oldest of whom was aged six at the time of his death. His widow remained in Liverpool where she received financial assistance from local Methodists.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1808 and MAM Fl 4/14/5 (MARC)

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