From James Rowe at 8 Montem Road, Forest Hill, London, to [William] Hill.
Hill's letter of the 16th inst. arrived today, and in reply Rowe states his intention of leaving London on Saturday at 11.10am and will arrive in Exeter at 3.13pm. He will leave Exeter for Newton Abbot a day later.
He is very much obliged to Hill for offering to meet him at the railway station.
- James Rowe entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1845. He served in English circuits until 1850 when he was appointed with James Way to open a mission in South Australia. He spent twenty years in the colony including five years in the mining area of Ballarat. He served as President of the Australian Connexion in 1881, and spent a year in England in 1883. He then returned to Australia and transferred to the South Australia Methodist Conference in 1901. Source: Beckerlegge and Bourne, pp.307-308
- William Hill (1845-1931) was born in Devon, the son of parents who were both Bible Christian ministers. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1875 and spent forty-four years as a circuit minister. Source: Beckerlegge and U M Magazine 1931, pp.151-152