Barnes, Charles Curtis

Barnes, Charles Curtis a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Granville, Mass., in March, 1813. He experienced conversion in 1832, began preaching three years later, and in 1836 entered the New England Conference. On the division of the conference about 1840, he became a member of the Providence Conference, in which he did excellent service, and finally died, Nov. 29, 1846. Mr. Barnes was courteous and steadfast as a friend; conscientious, fervid, and uniform as a Christian; evangelical, diligent, and successful as a preacher. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1847, p. 108.

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