Anderson, John (4)

Anderson, John (4)

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Frederick County, Md., Dec. 24, 1803. He removed early in life to Pennsylvania, was converted in 1829, and in 1834 entered the Baltimore Conference. In 1839 he was transferred to the Missouri Conference. Upon the adhesion of the Missouri Conference to the Church South, he declined to accompany it, but labored, under the direction of the bishops, in Illinois until the Conference was reorganized. In 1854 he was retransferred to the Baltimore Conference, and upon its division in 1857 be became a member of the East Baltimore Conference, and continued such until his decease, Sept. 10, 1867. As a preacher, Mr. Anderson was clear, earnest, and successful; as a man, cheerful, and a favorite among the masses. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1868, p. 28.

 
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