Boucher, Joshua (2)

Boucher, Joshua (2), a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Lee County, Va., April 2, 1797. He experienced conversion in 1815 through the labors of a pious domestic slave, and in 1818 entered the Tennessee Conference. Everywhere he was laborious and successful. In 1827 he moved to Ohio and joined the Ohio Conference, and subsequently became a member of the Cincinnati Conference. Failing health caused him to become a superannuate in 1867, which relation he held to the close of his life, Nov. 22, 1873. Mr. Boucher was a man of excellent qualities, energetic, successful, and highly esteemed. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1874, p. 101.

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