John Warburton (1776-1857) was a Strict and Particular Baptist preacher. He was appointed the pastor of Zion, Trowbridge, where he labored in the gospel among the Lord’s people for forty-two years.
John Waters Banks, "Earthen Vessel (1888)", Page 133: John Warburton, ah I dear old lad, Although he groan'd, and seemed so sad, Made music for the poor; He told the feelings of his heart, Sorrow, or joy, or poignant smaart, When Satan made him roar—Garrard. Though good John Warburton has long since "entered into the joy of his Lord," there are still living many who were favoured to listen to his voice, who hold his memory in high esteem. His rich, savoury utterances, when warmed up to the work of preaching the glorious Gospel under the unctuous influence of the Holy Spirit, is still fresh in the hearts of many with whom it is our happy privilege to mingle. It is almost impossible for any…