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Taylor, William (William Taylor of Norwich)

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Born: 1821 AD
Died: 1902 AD, at 81 years of age.

Nationality: Unknown
Categories: Ministers, Religious Leaders

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1821 – He was born on the 2nd day of May this year in Lexington district, Virginia, United States of America.

 

1843 – He taught school in rural Virginia before being accepted in this year at the Baltimore Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church as a candidate for the ministry.

 

1849 – He was sent as one of the first two Wesleyan missionaries to California where he became known in the frontier town of San Francisco for his forceful street preaching.

 

1856 – He was given leave by the California Conference to raise money for the building debt.

 

1857 – He conducted religious revivals in mid-west and eastern America.

 

1863 – After traveling to Great Britain, Palestine, and Egypt, he arrived in Melbourne in June this year.

 

1864 – He conducted revivals in Tasmania; in New South Wales, including Sydney, Wollongong, Mudgee, Maitland, Bathurst, and Braidwood; in Queensland, including Brisbane, Mary borough, Rock Hampton and Ipswich; in New Zealand and in South Australia.

 

1869 – He returned to Australia by way of the West Indies.

 

1870 – He returned to Melbourne to conduct street meetings before leaving for India in July this year.

 

1884 – He won later fame for the missions he established in India, South America, and Africa; the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church appointed him missionary bishop to Africa.

 

1895 – In New York, he published his autobiography, Story of My Life.

 

1902 – He died on the 18th day of May this year in Palo Alto, California, United States of America.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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