Ames, Moses a Free-will Baptist minister, was born in Sullivan, Hancock Co., Me., Dec. 8, 1812. He was converted in the spring of 1834, commenced preaching the following July as an itinerant, and was ordained by a council from the Sebec Quarterly Meeting, Sept. 22, 1839. He extended his labors to the Wellington and Springfield Quarterly meetings, his preaching being followed with blessed results. His last ministerial services were performed with the Dover and Foxcroft Church, seventy persons being added to the Church as the fruits of a revival conducted by him. He died in South Dover, Me., Sept. 30, 1860. See Free-will Baptist Register, 1862, p. 9. (J. C. S.).