Bard, Nathaniel

Bard, Nathaniel a Free-will Baptist minister, was born in Sumner, Oxford Co., Me., Sept. 2, 1814. He was converted in 1835, and was licensed to preach by the.Bowdoin Quarterly Meeting in 1840. He was ordained in 1841. The churches which he served during the thirty-five years of his active ministry were those of Webster, Wales, Litchfield, Durham, Richmond Corner, North Freeport, Bowdoinham, Monmouth, and Lisbon Falls, Me. During all this long period his residence was in Lisbon. At the time of his death, which; occurred at Lisbon May 30, 1874, he was one of the oldest and most active ministers of the Bowdoin Quarterly Meeting, and filled a prominent position as a safe adviser and counsellor in all matters pertaining to the welfare of his denomination. See the Morning Herald, June 17, 1874. (J. C. S.)

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