Carlyle, David

Carlyle, David a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in County Down, Ireland, in 1850. He was converted in 1875; licensed to preach in the Moravian Church in 1877, and sailed to America as a missionary; but not finding the work as he expected, he connected himself with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and, joining the South Kansas Conference in March, 1879, was stationed on Lyons Circuit. He rallied the people about him, built a parsonage, and was progressing finely with his work when he was smitten with malarial fever, and in three weeks died. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1880, p. 55.

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