JAMES, JOSHUA (1665 - 1728), one of the earliest ministers of the Baptists at Llanwenarth, Monmouth,

Name: Joshua James
Date of birth: 1665
Date of death: 1728
Gender: Male
Occupation: one of the earliest ministers of the Baptists
Place: Llanwenarth
Area of activity: Religion
Author: Robert Thomas Jenkins

received into membership in 1689, but styled ' minister,' as assistant to William Prichard (died 1713) in 1699, and in sole charge after Prichard's death. He was a man of influence in Baptist circles in London and Bristol; he died in August 1728, aged 63, and was buried at Llanwenarth.

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Published date: 1959

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