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[...] receptive Io Mormonism were these people that "frequently we have baptized from eight to twelve the first time of meeting with the people in new places," reported Woodruff.1 By October, the work Woodruff began in Herefordshire now stretched to areas of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire and numbered one thousand seven converts.2 Of these converts, six hundred had belonged to a highly enthusiastic splinter group of the Primitive Methodists called the United Brethren; thus the United Brethren acted as the principal mechanism of Mormonism's success in the region.
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