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Booth Newton (1768-1811)

Booth Newton was converted at the age of nineteen and entered the itinerancy in 1790. He served as a circuit minister in England for sixteen years until poor health forced him into superannuation. His final years were spent at Whitby in Yorkshire.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1811 and An Alphabetical Arrangement of Wesleyan Methodist Preachers...1739-1818 compiled by Kenneth Garlick

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