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Daniel Isaac (d.1834)

Daniel Isaac was born in Caythorpe, Lincolnshire. He was converted at the age of nineteen while living in Nottingham and became a Wesleyan local preacher shortly after. Isaac entered the itinerancy in 1800 and exercised an active circuit ministry for thirty-two years, when ill health forced him into temporary retirement. By the time of the Conference of 1833 he had sufficiently recovered to be appointed to the York Circuit, but suffered a relapse and died on 21 March 1834.

Source: Methodist Magazine 1834, 715-716.

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