Bell, Thomas M

Bell, Thomas M.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Pennsylvania, July 4, 1832. He removed to Indiana in early manhood; experienced conversion at the age of eighteen; soon became class-leader; worked at his trade until the breaking- out of the civil war, when he enlisted and served three years; and in 1869 entered the North. Indiana Conference. On account of his feeble health he was only able to labor six years. In 1875 he became superannuated, and died. Sept. 2, 1878. Mr. Bell was brave and true in the army, and watchful and zealous in his ministry. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1879, p. 56.

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