Eliza Hurrel (1740-98)
Eliza Hurrel was converted under the influence of Revd. John Berridge of Everton in Bedfordshire, and thereafter travelled as a preacher with John Wesley's approval. Her influence was greatest in the North of England, where she was an associate of Sarah Crosby.
At the time of her death, she was resident in Upper Gower Street, London. She was interred at City Road Chapel.
Source: Zachariah Taft, Holy Women (1825), Vol. 1, [modern reprint by the Methodist Publishing House, 1992] and George John Stevenson, City Road Chapel, London, and its Associations, Historical, Biographical, and Memorial (1872), 361.