Wesley John


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 (wĕs′lē, wĕz′-), John 1703-1791.
English clergyman who was the leader of the early Methodist movement. His brother Charles (1707-1788) wrote thousands of hymns, including "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing."
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The couple: Laura Emily Woods, 26, and Wesley John Lamb, 30.
Wesley John Williams, 28, spoke only to give his name, address and date of birth during a two-minute hearing at Birmingham Magistrates' Court.
WESLEY John (Formerly Smith) On October 5, suddenly in hospital, John aged 67 years of Easingwold.
Wesley John Dunn, aged 24, of Gunn Lane, Stoke Heath, Coventry, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, community order for one year, ordered to perform 150 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 450.
Wesley John Harrhy's headstone is made from black marble and cost the family PS5,500.
Das Wanderlust is a three-piece band made up of Laura Simmons, 24, and Andy Elliott, 26, both from Marske, and Wesley John Stephenson, 32, from Yarm.
Wesley John Dunn, aged 19, of Gun Lane, Stoke Heath, Coventry, assault by beating, and breach of a bind over, fined pounds 100, ordered to pay compensation of pounds 50 and pounds 100 extreated.
Wesley John Wardle, 25, of Bournemouth Avenue, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for 12 months and fined pounds 100 for drink-driving.
Wesley John Andrews, aged 19, of Winston Crescent, Lillington, Leaming- ton, four charges of breach of a probation order, fined pounds 20 and probation order to continue.