Brown, Amos

Brown, Amos a Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Bristol, N.H., in 1800, and became a Christian at the age of twenty-seven. He united with the Church at Alexandria, and soon after began to speak in public as a minister, and was ordained to his work by his brethren. He labored with a good degree of success at Alexandria, Nashua, Orange. and other places. Not long previous to his death, he removed to Eaton, and took charge of the Church at that place, which was in a low, depressed condition. Here he labored with great fidelity and zeal. While thus engaged, he died suddenly, December 7, 1867. See Free-will Baptist Register, 869. page 86. (J.C.S.)

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