1858-1944

January 29, 1858, York, England.

January 16, 1944, Wandsworth, London, 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), and 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. His works include:

  1. All Hallows