Cadden, Robert a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Ireland, Oct. 28, 1782. He was carefully trained by his pious widowed mother, with whom he emigrated to Lancaster, Pa., in 1798; experienced conversion when about twenty; and after having faithfully discharged the duties of a class-leader, exhorter, and local preacher, he entered the Baltimore Conference, in which he sustained an effective relation for thirty-seven years. In 1852 he became superannuated, and died at his residence in Baltimore County, Md., June 26,1859. Mr. Cadden was remarkable from childhood for his sobriety and firmness of disposition. He was diffident and retiring, deep in piety, and faithful in labors. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1860, p. 20.'