Bigelow, Warren

Bigelow, Warren a Congregational minister, was born at Chester, Vt., June 29, 1822. At the age of twelve he was converted; he fitted for college at Black River Academy, in Ludlow, and graduated from Middlebury in 1861. Three years after, he graduated from Andover Theological Seminary. Having decided to go West, as a home missionary, he was ordained at Chester, Nov. 14, 1854, and within a month began preaching at Black River Falls, Wis. Here he remained for eight years, and then removed to Minnesota, where he closed his ministry at Mazeppa, Oct. 31, 1866. See Cong. Quarterly, 1867, p. 206.

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