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John Hawtrey (fl.1815-1832)

John Hawtrey entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1815 and worked as a circuit minister in the South of England until 1819 when he was appointed to work in France. After spending three years in Paris and Beaville, he returned to the English ministry. He retired from the itinerancy in 1832.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1832 and Hill's Arrangement 1827

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