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Thomas Moss (1789-1859)

Thomas Moss was born at Audenshaw near Manchester. He was converted at the age of 15 and after three years in the ministry of the Methodist New Connexion (1812-1814) left that Church and became a Wesleyan itinerant in 1815. Moss exercised his circuit ministry principally in Scotland and the North of England until his death, which occurred while he was stationed in Perth. Moss collapsed while in the pulpit and died three days later.

Moss was described in his conference obituary as a kind humble man deeply devoted to the work of God.

Source: Hill's Arrangement 1853 and Minutes of Conference 1860

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