Baker, James E

Baker, James E.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was a native of North Carolina. In 1850 he emigrated to Missouri, and in 1857 experienced religion, and united with the Baptist Church. In 1859 he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, soon after was licensed to exhort, and in 1860 was admitted into the Missouri Conference. He was twice driven from his field of labor by the Confederates. He died Dec. 31, 1863. Mr. Baker was an honest, faithful, diligent minister. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1863, p. 7.

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