James, John Angell (17851859)

James, John Angell, most influential Congregationalist of his time, born in Dorsetshire; was pastor of Carr's Lane Chapel, Birmingham, from 1805 to 1859; won the esteem of all parties; published the “Anxious Inquirer,” and many other works (17851859).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

James, Henry * James, St.
James III.
James IV.
James V.
James VI. of Scotland and I. of England
James II. of England and VII. of Scotland
James, Epistle of
James, G. P. R.
James, Sir Henry
James, Henry
James, Henry
James, John Angell
James, St.
James River
Jameson, Anna
Jameson, George
Jameson, Dr. Leander Starr
Jameson, Robert
James's Palace, St.
Jamieson, Dr. John
Jamyn, Amadis
Jan Mayen Land