John Angier
(1605-1677)

Died aged c. 72

John Angier (1605–1677) was an English nonconformist minister.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Photo of John Angier blue plaque
Gerald England on Geograph
Photo of John Angier and Robert Duckenfield blue plaque
Gerald England on Geograph

John Angier 1605-1677 A Puritan divine who was Minister of St Lawrence's for forty six years until his death in 1677. He survived the various religious upheavals of those troubled times and continued to preach the Puritan message.

St Lawrence's Church, Denton, United Kingdom where he worked

The Church of St Lawrence. Built early Sixteenth Century and originally dedicated to St James until the discovery in the mid-nineteenth century of a stained glass window to St Lawrence. Affectionately known as 'Th' Owd Peg' because its framework was fastened together with wooden pegs. Resting place of John Angier, the famous Puritan divine and of Colonel Robert Duckenfield, Tameside's Civil War hero.

St Lawrence's Church, Denton, United Kingdom where he was