From [Joseph] Brookhouse at Coalbrookdale, to [Mary] Tooth at [Mary] Fletcher's at Madeley. All being well he will be at Kemberton on Monday 7th June to renew [class] tickets. Tooth should let the Society know. It will be his pleasure to dine with [Mary] Fletcher on the way.
- Joseph Brookhouse (1767-1850) was born at Mackworth near Derby. He served for some years as a local preacher before entering the Wesleyan ministry in 1795. He exercised his ministry in a number of English circuits until 1834 when he was compelled by poor health to withdraw. He re-entered the active work in 1836 but again retired in 1837 and spent the remainder of his life in Brighton and London. Source: Methodist Magazine 1850, pp.361-362 and Hill's Arrangement 1848