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Originally from Scotland. He married Jane Hosier of Bonavista. After leaving Newfoundland, Ninian continued to work in Scotland and England.
John Corlett was born on the Isle of Man. Accepted to the Wesleyan Conference in 1824, he was briefly appointed to Kendal. He sailed for Newfoundland on 10 June 1825, and arrived by October 1825. He was stationed in Newfoundland until 1830, after which his posts included Jamaica, Bahama, Barbados, Demarara, and Antigua. He died on 06 August 1877 in Jamaica.
Simeon Noall was born on 13 January 1795 in Cornwall. He entered the ministry in 1824 and spent several years in Newfoundland. By 1841 he was back in England. He died on 04 August 1850. His death was registered in district of Redruth, Cornwall in Q3 of 1850, Vol 9, Page 153.
His widow Lucy (daughter of the Rev Robert Smith) died on 8 June 1873 at Soundwell, near Bristol, aged 73.