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Thomas Jackson (1850-1932)

Thomas Jackson was one of the most eminent Primitive Methodist ministers of his generation. He was born in Belper and entered the ministry in 1879, serving entirely in London. He was best-known for his work in the Whitechapel area of the East End of the city where he established a large flourishing mission almost single-handedly. He was President of Conference in 1912.

Source: Primitive Methodist Aldersgate Magazine 1932, 688

and William Leary, Ministers and Circuits in the Primitive Methodist Church - A Directory (1990)

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