Clark, Albion Byron

Clark, Albion Byron, a Baptist minister, was born at Sharon, Me., March 24, 1826, and graduated at Waterville College in 1851. For two and a half years he, was principal of the Shelburne Falls, Mass., Academy, and then entered the Newton Theological Institution, but did not complete the full course of study. He was ordained in Skowhegan (then Bloomfield), Sept. 12, 1855, where he was very successful for three years and a half, but was obliged to resign on account of ill-health, in the spring of 1859. For the next three years and more he was an agent of the American Baptist Publication Society, and then accepted a call to the pastorate of a Church in Columbia, Cal. He preached only three months, and for more than two years was disabled by disease. Brought back to his Eastern home, he died in Skowhegan, Me., Sept. 9,1865. (J. C.S.)

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