Anderson, William B

Anderson, William B.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Livingston, Ill., Sept. 5, 1837. He experienced conversion in his ninth year; was appointed class-leader when but sixteen; received license to exhort two years later, to preach in his twentieth year, and in 1858 entered the Illinois Conference. He fell at his post in Havana, Ill., March 23, 1868. Mr. Anderson was a successful: preacher. About five hundred conversions witness the genuineness of his call to preach. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1868, p. 211.

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