Albee, Isaac

Albee, Isaac, a Free-will. Baptist minister, was born at Wiscassett, Me., Sept. 20,1766. He was converted at Anson in June, 1795, and in August following he, with others, organized the first church of his denomination in that section of the country. Of this church he was ordained deacon on Oct. 19, 1812, and received license to preach and administer the ordinances wherever God in his Providence should call him. It is said of him that he was truly a nursing father in Israel. He died at Anson, Feb. 27, 1861. See Free-will Baptist Register, 1863, p. 90. (J. C. S.)

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