Brundage, Abraham

Brundage, Abraham a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Cornwall, Orange County, N.Y., January 19, 1820. .He was converted at the age of thirteen; licensed to preach in 1850; and in 1852 entered the New York Conference, wherein he served diligently until 1863, when his health failed and his reason became impaired, making it necessary to send him to the Utica Insane Asylum, where in a few months he was restored. In 1866 he resumed his place in the effective ranks, but the labors of the pastorate were too severe for his nervous temperament, and he was obliged to retire from all active work. He died November 22, 1868. Mr. Brundage was remarkable for his physical and mental ability, his cheerfulness, and his warm, frank spirit. See Miuttes of Annual Conferences, 1869, page 91.

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