Blackstock, Moses

Blackstock, Moses a Methodist Episcopal minister was born in Ireland, March 1, 1793. He experienced conversion at the age of eighteen, while attending college in Dublin; received license to preach in the following year, and returned to college to prepare for the ministry; and in 1818 left Ireland, with a colony of emigrants, as missionary to Canada, where he preached regularly for forty-two years, filling important appointments in connection with the Wesleyan Conference. In 1856 he removed to Lafayette, Ind., and identified himself with the North-west Indiana Conference, of which he was an honored member until his death, Aug. 31, 1873. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1873, p. 90; Simpson, Cyclopedia of Methodism, s.v.

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