Bullard, Edwin Buxton

Bullard, Edwin Buxton a Baptist missionary, was born at Shrewsbury, Vt., Sept. 12, 1813. He pursued his collegiate studies at the Hamilton Literary Institution, N. Y., and his theological studies one year (1840-41) at Newton, Mass. He was ordained at Middletown, Vt., July 9, 1840. After leaving Newton he was for a short time pastor of the Church at Foxborough, Mass. He received his appointment as a missionary from the Missionary Union, March 27, 1843, sailed from Charlestown Nov. 18 of the same year, and arrived at Maulmain April 6,1844. He was appointed to labor among the Karens at Dong-yahn and its vicinity. He devoted four years to the faithful discharge of his duties, until his death, April 5, 1848. See The Missionary Jubilee, p. 241. (J. C. S.)

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