Chandler, Theophilus Bradbury

Chandler, Theophilus Bradbury a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in East Woodstock, Conn., March 28, 1826. He experienced religion at the age of fourteen; graduated at Wesleyan University in 1850, and in the same year entered the New York East Conference. During the years of 1856-58 he was obliged to retire from regular work, but preached occasionally. In 1859 he resumed his place in the effective ranks, labored faithfully four years, when he was prostrated by hemorrhage of the lungs, and continued to decline in strength by repeated attacks until his death, June 20, 1866. Mr. Chandler possessed rare excellences, a quick mind, fine perceptions, poetic taste, retentive memory, genial temper, and an earnest, practical, sympathetic spirit. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1867, p. 77; Alumni Record of Wesl. Univ. 1881, p. 103.

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