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James Penman junior (1803-1830)

James Penman junior was a son of the Wesleyan minister of the same name. He was educated at Kingswood School and entered the itinerancy in 1826 on the recommendation of the Evesham circuit. After two years in the British circuit ministry, Penman volunteered for the overseas missions. He was appointed to Jamaica and arrived there from England in March 1829. He died on 8 November 1830.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1831, Hill's Arrangement 1827 and manuscript list of Wesleyan Preachers on Trial 1803-1831 (MARC)

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