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Jonathan Reeves (fl.1750)

Jonathan Reeves was an early Methodist itinerant who travelled mainly in Cornwall and Ireland. He attended the Conferences of 1746 to 1748 and served as a trustee of Bristol's Orphan House. Reeves was eventally ordained into the Anglican ministry and after filling a curacy in London was appointed Rector of West Ham in Essex.

Source: Encyclopedia of World Methodism (1974)

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