Barnaby, James

Barnaby, James, a Baptist minister, was born in Freetown, Mass., June 25, 1787. He graduated at Brown University in the class of 1809, and was ordained in July, 1811, as pastor of the Church in Harwich, Mass., where he remained until 1819, when he removed to New Bedford, Mass. His pastorate here was for four years. Subsequently he was pastor of several churches, but his longest ministry was with the Church with which he was originally settled. At four different times he was called to this Church, and the whole period of his connection with it was thirty-nine years. His entire ministry covered a period of nearly sixtyseven years. During this time he baptized not far from two thousand eight hundred persons. He died at Harwich, Dec. 10, 1877. (J. C. S.)

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