Catlett, Thomas K

Catlett, Thomas K.

a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born in Albemarle County, Va., in 1798. He was converted about 1819, and called to the ministry at. Staunton. He attended school at Wytheville, and there continued until 1825, when he united with the Holston Conference. He suddenly died Feb. 25, 1867. Mr. Catlett was a man of industrious habits, iron constitution, and burning zeal. His intellect was somewhat peculiar strong, original, and in some respects eccentric. No man of his conference ever presented a greater variety of subjects in a plainer style, and produced a more lasting impression. He was mighty in the Scriptures, a man of prayer, and spotless in life. See Minutes of Annul Conferences of the M. E. Church South, 1867, p. 154.

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