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Article about the life and work of the Rev. James Jenkins, a South Carolina native who served as a Methodist minister in the early antebellum era. He served fifteen years as a circuit rider, twenty-five as a local pastor, and fifteen as a retired minister, dying in 1847 at age 83.



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