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James Hitt

Dalwood, Dorset

Active among the West Country Baptists since the 1650s, Hitt was also associated with the Plymouth church. W.T Whitley asserts that Hitt was originally from Axminster. No birth or death dates are available. He is listed as a representative of the Plymouth church at the 1692 Assembly. The designation “preacher” implies that he was recognized a gifted brother.

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