Buck, William Foster

Buck, William Foster an English Congregational minister, was born at Chatham in 1802. He was converted in youth, and received his ministerial preparation at Hoxton College. He went, in 1827, to Burton-on-Trent, where he preached sixteen months, and then became co-pastor at Canterbury. In 1830 Mr. Buck removed to Harleston, Norfolk, and after laboring here eight years, he preached at Burton-on-Trent nine years, and then removed to Ross, where he remained until his death, September 1, 1867. Mr. Buck was an affectionate and sympathizing pastor, as well as a faithful and devoted minister. See (Lond.) Cong. Yearbook, 1868, page 356.

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