Bath, Levi

Bath, Levi, a Baptist minister, was born at Unadilla, N. Y., in 1819. He pursued his preparatory studies at Poultney, Vt., and was a graduate of Union College, N. Y. , Michigan was the field of his ministerial labors for several years, he having had pastorates in several places in that state. In 1861 he took up his residence in Columbus, Wis., where he was pastor until obliged on account of ill-health to resign. He was elected by his fellow-citizens to fill several offices of public trust both in the town and in the county in which he lived. He died at his home in Columbus, March 4, 1876. See Baptist Encyclop. p. 85, 86. (J. C. S.)

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