PM itinerant, born in Shrewsbury on 24 August 1808. Though from a WM background, she was converted by PM preaching in Shrewsbury, and quickly began to exhort, becoming an itinerant in 1824. Her first preaching appointment, at 16, was in a large foundry in South Wales. During her ministry she faced opposition from noisy musicians, 'drunks' and local clergy. After marrying W. Brownhill of Darlaston in 1828, she became a local preacher and class leader. Three of her seven sons became Mayors of Walsall. She died on 15 November 1860.