Carr, L C

Carr, L. C.

a Baptist minister, was born in Pennsylvania in 1814, and early in life removed to Ohio. He was educated in Granville College, now Denison University. After leaving college he was pastor of the Church in Lockland. Subsequently lie removed to Illinois, and preached in Moline, Jerseyville, Griggsville, and other places in that state. Finding his health impaired by the rigors of Northern winters; he removed to Florida, where, at Spring Garden Center, in that state, he died suddenly, June 3, 1882. He is spoken of as an excellent man, a good preacher, and an earnest worker, making himself especially useful in the cause of temperance in Illinois. See Watch- Tower, June 15, 1882. (J. C. S.)

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