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James Vowles (1806-1830)

James Vowles was a native of Bath. His parents were devout and Vowles was converted at the age of fifteen. He worked as a local preacher for two years and entered the itinerancy in 1828. Vowles offered for the overseas missions and arrived in Jamaica in March 1829. In 1830 he was posted to the island's Port Antonio circuit where he died from fever on 16 August 1830.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1831

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