Baker, Samuel

Baker, Samuel a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Baltimore, Sept. 13, 1793. He removed to East Tennessee with his father when about five years old; soon after was left an orphan; was noted far his uprightness of life; moved to Ohio at the age of seventeen; experienced conversion about that time; received license to preach in 1815, and in 1816 entered the Ohio Conference, in which he labored zealously until his death, Sept. 25, 1823. Mr. Baker was pious, diligent, acceptable, and useful. See Methodist Magazine, 8:166; Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1825, p. 474.

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