The Jacksonian Era (1821-1841)

Eliphalet Reed (1792–1863)

Years Appointed: 1839, 1840

Period of service: 1839–1841

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George Barton (d. March 1893)

Years Appointed: 1838

Period of service: 1838-1839

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John Bell (d.  August 1849)

Years Appointed: 1837, 1838

Period of service: 1837–1839

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J. Nichols

Years Appointed: 1836–1850, with the exception of 1841, 1842, and 1843

Period of service: 1836–1841; 1844–1851

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Thomas J. Quigley (1805–1870)

Years Appointed: 1836

Period of service: 1836–1837

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Zerubbabel Gaskill (1805–1852)

Years Appointed: 1836

Period of service: 1836–1837

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William Spry (1806–1847)

Years Appointed: 1835

Period of service: 1835–1836

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Edward Sanders

Years Appointed: 1834

Period of service: 1834–1835

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Thomas Hickey (d. June 1837)

Years Appointed: 1834, 1835

Period of service: 1834–1836

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Christopher J. Crouch (d.  Feb. 1874)

Years Appointed: 1833?

Period of service: 1833–1834?

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Joshua Humphries (1801–1879)

Years Appointed: 1833

Period of service: 1833–1834

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Lott Warfield (1778–1833)

Years Appointed: 1832

Period of service: 1832–1833

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John L. Lenhart

Years Appointed: 1831

Period of service: 1831–1832

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Henry G. King (1792-1859)

Years Appointed: 1830 (Junior); 1831 (Senior)

Period of service: 1830–1832

Rev. Henry G. King was born in 1792 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and found Christ at a home prayer meeting where he was deeply convicted of sin. He later wrote, “My heart was broken in pieces; I cried unto the Lord in my distress, and he delivered me out of all my troubles. My mind was enlightened and my heart was changed, and I left the house rejoicing in God my Savior.” He soon developed “an inextinguishable desire for the salvation of souls,” and became an itinerant preacher with the Philadelphia Conference in 1819. King was described as “truly eloquent in both prayer and sermon… [and] a special favorite of the children.” He took up residence in Aston, Delaware County, Pennsylvania permanently in 1851, first spending three years there as a supply preacher on leave of absence, then two years in charge of the local circuit, 1854-1856. The tragic, accidental death of his 14-year old son in 1858 “was a calamity more than he could bear,” and his health rapidly declined; Rev. King died in May 1859. By Rev. Joseph DiPaolo

Sources: Philadelphia Conference Minutes (1860), 29-30; William Swindells, Annals of Kensington Methodist Episcopal Church (1893), 36; and Delaware County American, January 27, 1858 and May 13, 1859.


1830 James Bateman


1829, 1830, 1831 Alward White


1828, 1829  William Lummis (1776-1843)


1828 William Bishop


Daniel Fidler (1771-1842)


1827 Charles Reed (1760-1843)


1826 William Smith


1826 William Allen (1790-1841)


1825 John Collins


1825, 1826 John Smith


1824 Daniel Lambdin (1794-1865)


1824 John Tally (1791-1861)  


Philip Dixon(d. 1824) – Phila Conf


1823 James Long (1789-1863)


1822 Edward Stephenson


1821, 1822 William Williams

1821 Caroline Circuit