Samuel Crocker (1808-81)
Samuel Crocker was born at Tetcott in North Devon. He was converted by Richard Kinsman in 1831 and entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1839. Crocker resigned after one year but was readmitted in 1842. He served for over thirty years in home circuits and was particularly noted for his success in inspiring revivals.
Source: Oliver Beckerlegge, United Methodist Ministers and their Circuits 1797-1932 (1968), and F. W. Bourne, The Bible Christians Their Origin and History 1815-1900 (1905), p.512