Catlin, William

Catlin, William a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Maine, in 1811. He removed to Zanesville, O., with his father when six years old; was converted in 1837; served the Church as class-leader, exhorter, and local preacher; and in 1852 entered the Ohio Conference, wherein he labored with zeal and fidelity until his death, in 1856. Mr. Catlin was an interesting and useful preacher, of ordinary ability; a minister of the common people. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1856, p. 113.

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