Anderson, Thomas (2)

Anderson, Thomas (2)

an English Congregational minister, was born in London, May 10,1799. At the age of eleven he was left an orphan, and went to live with an uncle at Bath. He was converted at the age of fifteen. In 1816 Mr. Anderson entered Cheshunt College, and in 1819 he was engaged in supplying Zion Chapel, Dover, and other places in the connection. He was ordained in 1821 at Ebley, and his first charge was at Kidderminster, from which place he removed to Zion Chapel. At the close of fifteen years labor in this place, feeble health compelled his resignation. His death occurred. Nov. 30, 1875. See (Lond.) Cong. Yearbook, 1877, p. 341.

 
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