Beaudry, Louis N

Beaudry, Louis N.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Highgate, Vermont, in 1834, of Roman Catholic parents. Largely through the influence of Joseph Coolk he was led to embrace Protestantism, and devoted his life to the service of his French Canadian countrymen, serving as missionary among them at Albasny (N.Y.), Montreal, Quebec, Worcester (Massachusetts), and Chicago (Illinois). During the civil war he served as chaplain in the United States Army. He died at Chicago, January 3, 1892. He was author of The Spiritual Struggles of a Roman Catholic, an autobiography. See Minutes of the Annual Conferences (Fall), 1892.

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