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Joseph Sanders (1782-1832)

Joseph Sanders was a native of Cornwall. He was converted in 1800 and entered the itinerancy in 1808 on the recommendation of the Bodmin circuit. His circuit ministry was exercised in the southwest of England. His death from cholera occurred suddenly on 10 October 1832 after preaching just the evening before.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1833, Hill's Arrangement 1827 and manuscript list of Wesleyan Preachers on Trial 1803-1831 (MARC)

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