Nixon, James

He was converted at Burslem and became an associate of William Clowes in the early days of the PM revival in Cheshire. He and Thomas Woodnorth each gave five shillings to Clowes to enable him to be free of employment in order to preach. His name appears on the first Tunstall PM plan for 1811, but with only three appointments.

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