Charlton, John Moon, Am

Charlton, John Moon, A.M., an English Congregational minister, was born at-Kendal, March 25, 1817. He was a converted in his youth, received his, ministerial training at Highbury College, and began his ministry in 1842, at Totteridge, Herts. After twelve years of earnest and happy labor there, during which he had made himself thoroughly acquainted with the standard philosophical works of the day, and become well versed in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, he filled the pulpit of Masborough, .Yorkshire, a short time, and then was invited to the theological professorship of Western College, at Plymouth, where he died, Dec. 12,1875. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1877, p. 350.

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