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  • Thomas Laycock (d.1833) was born in Keighley, Yorkshire. He was converted at the age of nineteen and became a local preacher. He entered the itinerancy in 1796 and exercised an active circuit ministry in the Midlands and the North of England until superannuation in 1832. He died at Doncaster in June 1833. Source: Hill's Arrangement 1827 and Minutes of Conference 1833

From the Conference [in Sheffield] to [Mr Jackson]. May God bless Jackson and his wife. Bardsley was greatly obliged by the letters sent with [Thomas] Laycock.

Bardsley was pleased to read that Jackson 'attends the chapel so well'. Jackson has a good opportunity for reading. Bardsley hopes that Jackson and his wife pray together. He was glad to hear about Jackson's son and Miss Jackson.

Spiritual matters are discussed. 7 Aug 1817

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  • Thomas Laycock (d.1833) was born in Keighley, Yorkshire. He was converted at the age of nineteen and became a local preacher. He entered the itinerancy in 1796 and exercised an active circuit ministry in the Midlands and the North of England until superannuation in 1832. He died at Doncaster in June 1833. Source: Hill's Arrangement 1827 and Minutes of Conference 1833