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Thomas Moxon (1792-1859)

Thomas Moxon was converted in early life and entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1812. His active circuit ministry in England and Scotland lasted until superannuation in 1846. His retirement was spent in Pontefract, Yorkshire. 'His sudden removal by death, under mysterious circumstances, occasioned general gloom and sorrow in the neighbourhood'.

Moxon was admonished by the Conference of 1825 for marrying a woman who was not a Methodist.

Source: Hill's Arrangement 1858, PLP Atherton collection, manuscript Conference Journal 1825 (MARC) and Conference Minutes 1860

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