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John Reynolds (1759-1851)

John Reynolds was born in Coventry, Warwickshire. His family was Methodist from the early days of the Connexion and provided hospitality to Wesley and his preachers. He was converted in 1781 and three years later moved to London where he came under the particular influence of the minister Henry Moore. Reynolds entered the itinerancy in 1785 and exercised an active circuit ministry until superannuation in 1829.

He died at South Lopham in the Diss circuit.

Source: Hill's Arrangement (1847) and Methodist Magazine 1852, 908-909.

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