Bolster, Cyrus

Bolster, Cyrus, a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in 1818. He experienced religion in 1838, graduated at Wesleyan University in 1845, and joined the New York Conference. In 1849 he was transferred to the Troy Conference, and being too feeble for pastoral work he was appointed to Lansingburg Academy, where he continued to teach until 1851, when he went to New Orleans for the improvement of his health, and there died, Feb. 17, 1853. — See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1853, p. 205.

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