Adams, Daniel S

Adams, Daniel S., a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Unionville, N.J., in 1828. He was early led to Christ; received very limited educational advantages in his youth; entered Charlotteville Seminary in his twenty-fourth year for a ministerial preparation; received license to exhort in 1853; and in 1854 united with the New Jersey Conference. In his second year, failing health obliged him to superannuate. He died May 21, 1873. Mr. Adams was a devoted, useful, much loved pastor, and a laborious, instructive, successful preacher. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1874, p. 36.

 
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