From Cam near Dursley. Holloway is sending this letter with [William] Homer who is calling at Wellington on his way to the Conference. Spiritual matters are discussed in detail, with specific regard to Holloway's spiritual state.
[Annotated by Mary Tooth - received in Conference time 1826. Mrs Holloway. Answered February 16 1827].
- William Homer (1784-1861) was born at Dudley in the Midlands, the son of the Mayor. He was converted under the ministry of Revd. Booker, Vicar of Dudley, and a year later joined the Methodists. After working as a local preacher, he was accepted for the ministry in 1807 and served in England and the Isle of Man until superannuation in 1843. He spent his retirement in Dudley and then Hungerford where he died. Source: Minutes of Conference 1862 and Hill's Arrangement 1858