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Taylor, Mary Ann (Mrs Robins)
? - 1892

She was a BC itinerant for about twenty years. Some of her converts became itinerants. In 1854 she became the second wife of Paul Robins, who had been stationed in Canada since 1846, and was back in England to negotiate the establishment of an autonomous Canadian Conference. There is no record of her activity there.

Sources

  • Frederick W.Bourne, The Bible Christians (1905)
  • Elizabeth G.Muir, Petticoats in the Pulpit: the story of early nineteenth-century Methodist women preachers in Upper Canada (Toronto, 1991)

Entry written by: EDG
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