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JONES, JOHN (d.1783)
James Jones  was a native of Staffordshire. Converted by Charles Wesley in 1743, he entered the itinerancy shortly after. Following his retirement in 1749 he built the first Methodist chapel in Staffordshire at his own expense and continued to preach locally until his death. 

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JULIAN, John D., (1811-96) 

John D. Julian entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1835 and exercised an active circuit ministry until superannuation in 1870. 

He died at Burslem in Staffordshire. 

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SHELDON, JOHN (1700- 1803)

John Sheldon (1700-1803) came from near Tipton in Staffordshire. Converted by Charles Wesley in 1743, it was in front of his house that the Wesley brothers preached at various times and it was there that the first Methodist Society in Staffordshire held its meetings.