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Thomas Roberts was born in [[wikipedia:Bodmin|Bodmin]], the youngest of the three children of Thomas Roberts and Elizabeth (née Best). He became a Wesleyan preacher, and was appointed to the [[wikipedia:Londonderry|Londonderry]] circuit in 1786. In 1790 he was appointed to [[wikipedia:Bristol|Bristol]], and subsequently worked there and in South Wales.
 
Thomas Roberts was born in [[wikipedia:Bodmin|Bodmin]], the youngest of the three children of Thomas Roberts and Elizabeth (née Best). He became a Wesleyan preacher, and was appointed to the [[wikipedia:Londonderry|Londonderry]] circuit in 1786. In 1790 he was appointed to [[wikipedia:Bristol|Bristol]], and subsequently worked there and in South Wales.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 00:49, 6 March 2017

Life

Born: 19 May 1765

Died: 10 January 1832

Biography

Thomas Roberts was born in Bodmin, the youngest of the three children of Thomas Roberts and Elizabeth (née Best). He became a Wesleyan preacher, and was appointed to the Londonderry circuit in 1786. In 1790 he was appointed to Bristol, and subsequently worked there and in South Wales.

View the Wikipedia article on Thomas Roberts.

Musical settings of literary works

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