a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Square Pond, Connecticut, June 10, 1806. His early years were spent on a farm, and when only twelve years of age he was converted. In 1838 he went to Ohio, and in 1840 jobned the North Ohio Conference. In this and the Central Ohio Conference he continued to labor until 1875, when he took a supernumerary relation and removed to Springfield, Ohio. He, however, continued to preach as he had opportunity until his death, February 2, 1881. He was an earnest preacher, and filled some of the best charges in his conferences. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1881, page 320.