menu icon mobile devices search icon mobile devicesSearch the site

John Storry (1781-1832)

John Storry was converted in early life and worked for four or five years as the pastor of a dissenting congregation at Thirsk in Yorkshire. His views changed after reading the works of John Fletcher and in 1809 he entered the Wesleyan itinerancy on the recommendation of the York circuit. His active circuit ministry lasted until 1826 when he superannuated. His final years were spent in Margate where he fell victim to a cholera epidemic in July 1832.

Source: Hill's Arrangement 1828 , Minutes of Conference 1832

and manuscript list of Wesleyan Preachers on Trial 1803-1831 (MARC)

Return to The Methodist Archives Biographical Index

Can we help?