Nash, David Foot

Plymouth solicitor, born on 28 August 1902, the son of James L. Nash, a Plymouth fruit merchant and Janie Foot, eldest daughter of Isaac Foot Senr. In 1921, at the age of 18, he became a WM local preacher of evangelical bent, associated with Plymouth Central Hall. During the Anglican-Methodist Conversations of the 1960s, he was at first strongly opposed to the proposals, but later wrote Their Finest Hour (1964) in support of them. He was Vice-President of the Conference in 1963. He died on 11 March1972.

  • Conference Handbook, 1963
  • Methodist Recorder,4 July 1963, 23 March 1972