Philip Rawlins (1755-1833)
Philip Rawlins was admitted by John Wesley to the London society and for many years was a tradesman and local preacher.
He entered the itinerancy in 1803 and served as a circuit minister in Wales, the Scilly Islands and the Southeast of England until superannuation due to old age in 1824.
He retired to Pembroke and then Rochester where he died on 16 May 1833.
Source: Minutes of Conference 1833, Hill's Arrangement 1827 and manuscript list of Wesleyan Preachers on Trial 1803-1831 (MARC)