Barrass, Edward

Barrass, Edward, a Baptist minister, was born at Nailstone, Leicestershire, England, Oct. 7, 1790. At the age of about forty he came to America, and received (March 31, 1833) from the Church in Flemington, N. J., a license to preach. He was afterwards ordained, and was pastor of churches in Warren County, N. J. — viz. Delaware, Oxford, and Mansfield and subsequently of two churches in Pennsylvania. After a brief illness, he died at Montana, N. J., Sept. 16, 1869. In the churches of which he was the pastor "his work and worth are held in grateful remembrance." See Baptist Encyclopedia, p. 81, 82. (J. C. S.)

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