Anderson, William (2)

Anderson, William (2)

a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was born in Madison County, Va., Jan. 4, 1803. He grew up in ignorance and sin; experienced conversion in his sixteenth year; received license to preach in 1823; was for several years a member of the Virginia Conference, and became a member of the Georgia Conference on its organization. Subsequently he superannuated, and, after suffering for years with paralysis, died in 1859. Mr. Anderson was richly endowed with native intellect, and employed it vigorously in expounding the doctrines of the Cross. His pure and upright example was a vast power for good. See Minutes of Annual Conferences of the M. E. Church, South, 1859, p. 146.

 
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