Blydenburgh, Moses a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Islip, N. Y., in 1817, of eminently devout parents. He experienced religion at the age of fourteen, and was ever afterwards an exemplary Christian. In 1840 he entered the New York Conference, and in each charge given him exhibited devotion to his work. He died in September, 1848. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1849, p. 336.