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  • John Jackson (1842-1909) was born at Lastingham, Yorkshire, the nephew of the artist John Jackson, R.A. He was converted at the age of seventeen and entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1865. He exercised a Circuit ministry until 1895 when he was placed under the direction of the Chapel Committee. Jackson died after a short illness at his residence in the Manchester Cheetham Hill Circuit. Source: Minutes of Conference 1909.

From 3 Hamilton Road, Highbury Park, London, to John Jackson [stationed in Colchester, Essex]. It would have been a pleasure for him to have visited Elmstead [near Colchester] again, but his health has been so poor this winter that he has had to avoid extra services. He needs to preserve his strength for his task of raising the allowances of the superannuated ministers and widows and can do nothing else but preach in connection with that work. He trusts that Colchester will send a good contribution.

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  • John Jackson (1842-1909) was born at Lastingham, Yorkshire, the nephew of the artist John Jackson, R.A. He was converted at the age of seventeen and entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1865. He exercised a Circuit ministry until 1895 when he was placed under the direction of the Chapel Committee. Jackson died after a short illness at his residence in the Manchester Cheetham Hill Circuit. Source: Minutes of Conference 1909.