Betts, Frederick G

Betts, Frederick G.

a Presbyterian minister, was born Aug. 14, 1812. His parents were New Englanders. He pursued his classical studies at first in Meadville, Pa. In May, 1838, he commenced the study of theology in Boalsburg, under private instruction; the following October he was received as a candidate, and in April, 1840, was licensed to preach. In the autumn of the same year he was ordained to the full work of the ministry, and installed over several small churches in Clearfield County. He died in Cincinnati, Jan. 17, 1845. See Hist. of the Presbytery of Huntingdon, 1874.

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