Chamberlain, Schuyler

Chamberlain, Schuyler, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Woodstock, Conn., Sept. 4th, 1800. In 1818 he joined the first Methodist class formed in Craftsbury, Vt. He was received into the New England Conference in 1828, and during his itinerant career filled a number of important appointments, including the presiding eldership. He died at Craftsbury, May 5, 1862. He possessed superior abilities as a preacher; his style was easy, impressive, and attractive, and there was great clearness and definiteness in his sermons. He was elected three times a delegate to the General Conference. He also represented the town of Craftsbury in the State Legislature three terms. — Minutes of Conferences, 1863, p. 104.

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