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Reprinted (with additions) from the Wesleyan-Methodist magazine.

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William Willmer Pocock (8 May 1813–18 September 1899) was a British architect. He was born in London, the son of the architect William Fuller Pocock (1779–1849) and his wife Fanny née Willmer. In 1865 he stood unsuccessfully as the Liberal candidate in the 1865 General Election in Guildford in Surrey and unsuccessfully again as the Liberal candidate against Conservative Richard Garth in the 1866 by-election in again Guildford. In 1883 Pocock was the Master of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters.

Wesleyan-Methodism in Some of the Southern Counties of England

A Sketch of the History of Wesleyan-Methodism in Some of the Southern Counties of England. This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

A Sketch of the History of Wesleyan-Methodism in Some of the Southern Counties of England (1885). Chertsey Abbey (1858). Category:1814 births Category:1899 deaths Category:19th-century British architects. William Willmer Pocock in the England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1995. on/spurg v2/spau2 01. The Second Hall of The Carpenter's Company.

The inclusion of the Scottish Methodists, who numbered only 3,803 in 1851 and 8,377 in 1901, makes little difference to the totals. I wish to thank Dr. J. C. Bowmer and Miss D. Baslington for their expert assistance to me at the Archives

The need of such a manual is indicated by the inquiries constantly made in conversation and meetings, as to the names of deceased workers, d'ates, &c. Besides, our young people should know at least the chief incidents in the history of the society with which they are associated.

The need of such a manual is indicated by the inquiries constantly made in conversation and meetings, as to the names of deceased workers, d'ates, &c.

William Willmer 1833William Willmer in 1851 England & Wales Census. William passed away of cause of death on month day 1885, at age 70 at death place. He was buried on month day 1885, at burial place. William Willmer was born circa 1833, at birth place, to Moses Willmer and Sarah Willmer. William had 8 siblings: Emily Willmer, Lucy Willmer and 6 other siblings. Documents of William Willmer. William Willmer 1885William Willmer in England & Wales, Index of Wills and Probates, 1853-1943. William Willmer lived at address. William passed away on month day 1885, at death place.

These included the Methodist Unitarians of north-east Lancashire, the followers of Joseph Cooke. Nonconformity in the Spen Valley, Heckmondwike, 1891, p. 196. 18. Smith, Wesleyan Methodism, Vol. 3, p. 615. Davies et. a. The Methodist Church, Vol. 2, pp. 326-329,. 16. M. S. Edwards, Purge this Realm, a Life of J. R. Stephens, 1994. 19. Ward, Faith and Faction, 1993, p. 270. 20. 2, p. 237. 21. Ibid.

Immediately before the duke rode Taillefer the minstrel, singing, with a loud and clear voice, the lay of Charlemagne . The battle now became general, and raged with the greatest fury.

Immediately before the duke rode Taillefer the minstrel, singing, with a loud and clear voice, the lay of Charlemagne and Roland, and the emprises of the paladins who had fallen in the dolorous Pass of Roncevaux. Taillefer, as his guerdon, had craved permission to strike the first blow; for he was a valiant warrior, emulating the deeds which he sung. The Normans advanced beyond the English lines, but they were driven back, and forced into a trench, where horses and riders fell upon each other in fearful confusion. More Normans were slain here, than in any other part of the field.

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