Bateman, James

Bateman, James a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Maryland 1775, converted in 1800, entered the itinerant ministry in the Philadelphia Conference in 1806, located in 1814, re-entered in 1817, and preached until his death in 1830. As a man he was amiable, urbane, and generous; as a Christian, gentle, candid, and full of charity; as a preacher, sound, ear, nest, and warm; and as a presiding elder, discreet, firm, and wise. His life was useful and loving, and his death triumphant. — Minutes of Conferences, 2:118.

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