Ambler, James B

Ambler, James B.

a minister of the Reformed (Dutch) and Presbyterian churches, was born in England in 1797. He was licensed to preach in his native country; and served in the same as pastor at Bradfird from 1816 to 1818, when he came to America. His ministry was extended through the northern and central portions of New York State, in the Presbyterian Church, from 1818 to 1833; at which time he joined the Reformed Church, and therein remained till 1848, when he died. He was a man of sincere piety and untiring zeal, and his ministrations were effective and successful. See Corwin, Manual of Ref. Church of America (3d ed.), p. 165.

 
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