Born: Jan­ua­ry 29, 1858, York, Eng­land.

Died: Jan­ua­ry 16, 1944, Wands­worth, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Buried: Ro­sa­ry Ce­me­te­ry, Nor­wich, Nor­folk, Eng­land.


Wiseman was ac­cept­ed for the Wes­ley­an Me­tho­dist min­is­try in 1879 and trained at Dids­bu­ry Col­lege, Man­ches­ter.

He served as pre­si­dent of the Wes­ley­an Me­tho­dist Con­fer­ence in 1912, and was se­cond pre­si­dent of the Me­tho­dist Con­fer­ence af­ter un­i­fi­ca­tion of the three main branch­es of Meth­od­ism in 1932.

He served for 26 years as Su­pe­rin­tend­ent, and as a min­is­ter of the Birm­ing­ham Mis­sion (1887–1913)l. He was Sec­re­ta­ry of the Home Mis­sions De­part­ment of the Wes­ley­an Me­tho­dist Church for over 20 years.

From 1913 un­til his death, he was a trust­ee of West­min­ster Cen­tral Hall in Lon­don. From 1937–39 he was Su­per­in­tend­ent Min­is­ter of Cen­tral Hall.




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