Jane Hazelton (1809-1894) was a Strict and Particular Baptist believer. She was a member of the church meeting at Mount Zion Chapel, Chadwell-street. Her husband was the pastor of this church, John Hazelton. Her son (John) and nephews (William and John) were also pastors of Strict Baptist churches.
“My mother!” These two words embody the feelings of her son’s heart, and possess all the mournful emphasis imparted by the sundering of a tie of upwards of forty years. Memory revives the tender recollections of a life-time; the gentle voice seems to be heard again, and the loving and patient face is seen: "Thine own sweet smile I see, The same that oft in childhood solac'd me"; But amidst all the sorrow there is a cause for joy, for our dear one has, through free and sovereign grace, joined the blood-washed throng in the homeland, and "Where thou art gone Adieus and farewells are a sound unknown." Six short years have passed since my beloved father entered into rest, and now one grave contains…