John Clifford
b. October 16, 1836 – d. November 20, 1923 • Baptist • Politician
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Clifford, John
Clifford, John (1836–1923), *Baptist leader. As a boy he worked in a lace factory. He experienced conversion in 1850 and was baptized in the following year. In 1858 he became the minister of the Baptist Church at Praed Street, Paddington, and when the congregation, attracted by his successful pastorate,
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Clifford, John
Clifford, John (1836–1923)English Baptist minister and politicianClifford as a teenager worked in a lace factory in Derbyshire until local Baptists (in 1855), seeing his talents, sent him to study at the General Baptist Academy in Leicester. In 1859 he was called to be the minister of a congregation