Campbell, William (4)

Campbell, William (4), a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Warren. County, O., Aug. 21,1810. He removed to Fountain County, Ind., in 1826; embraced religion in 1832; began, preaching that same year; and in 1838 united with the Northwestern Indiana, Conference, wherein he labored until the fall of 1859, when feeble health obliged him to retire from his favorite work. He died June 4,1860. Mr. Campbell, as a citizen, neighbor, and friend, was highly esteemed; as a minister, he was thoughtful, unique, prudent, useful. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1860, p. 355.

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