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Drummond, Henry

Drummond, Henry, 1786–1860, English banker, known particularly as one of the founders of the Catholic Apostolic Church . Beginning in 1826, he gathered annually for five years, at his home in Surrey, a group of laity and clergy to examine the prophecies in the Scriptures. Out of these meetings grew the organization of the Catholic Apostolic Church under Edward Irving . Drummond became an apostle of the church in 1832. From 1847 until his death, he was a member of Parliament.

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