Hugh Price Hughes
b. February 9, 1847 – d. November 17, 1902 • Church Reformer • Methodist
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Hughes, Hugh Price
Hughes, Hugh Price (1847–1902), *Methodist divine. A native of Carmarthen and son of a doctor, he began preaching at the age of 14 and, after entering the Wesleyan ministry, became a great preacher, who concerned himself especially with social problems such as the housing of the poor, conditions at work,
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Hughes, Hugh Price
Hughes, Hugh Price(1847–1902), British clergyman. Hugh Price Hughes was born in Carmarthen, Wales, on Feb. 8, 1847. He was educated at University College in London and the Wesleyan Theological College at Richmond. He founded the Methodist Times in 1885 and became superintendent of the West London mission
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Hughes, Hugh Price
Hughes, Hugh Price (1847–1903)Methodist minister and social reformerBorn in Carmarthen, Wales, Hughes trained for the ministry (1865–1869) in London at Richmond Theological College and London University, from which he graduated with a B.A. in 1869. After ordination to the Methodist ministry he served