Burdick, James Ross

Burdick, James Ross a Baptist minister, was born at Leyden, Mass., June 29, 1796. He graduated at Brown University in 1822, and for a time afterwards was the assistant of Rev. Dr. Benedict, while the latter was getting ready for the press his History of all Religions. Mr. Burdick was ordained as an evangelist in 1826. In 1832 he was settled as pastor of the Baptist Church at Ithaca, N. Y., and subsequently pastor at Owego, Lisle, and Tioga; and at Canton, Pa. Ill-health obliged him to retire from the active duties of the ministry for some ten years. He was able to preach more or less during the latter part of his life. He died at Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1867. (J. C. S.)

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