Bradshaw, Fields

Bradshaw, Fields a Presbyterian minister, was born in Lincoln County, N.C., in 1799. He preached in the Baptist Church tel years; but afterwards joined the Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Alabama. In 1830 he was received under the care of the Tuscaloosa Presbytery. He pursued a course of study in Danville College, and, after examination by the Presbytery, was sent forth, his previous license and ordination being satisfactory. He supplied the churches of Montgomery and Antango, after which he took charge of Concord and Mount Zion churches. After remaining two years he accepted a call to the Mesopotamia Church, where many souls were converted and the Church enlarged. His next charge was the churches of Ebenezer and Hebron. For the last seven years of his life he was the faithful and successful pastor of Oak Grove Church, where he died, June 12, 1859. (W.P.S.)

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