Cahoon, Charles D

Cahoon, Charles D.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Linden, Vt., about 1800. He joined the travelling connection of the New England Conference in 1822, and, on its division in 1830, became a member of the New Hampshire Conference. After serving for three years as preacher in charge, and eleven years as presiding elder, he was transferred to the Rock River Conference, and in it labored diligently until his decease, Sept. 25, 1845. Mr. Cahoon was an eminently holy man, professed and gave evidence of possessing perfect love, was sound in Methodism, and deeply devoted to the cause of religion. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1848, p. 263.

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