Clark, Lorin

Clark, Lorin, a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Amenia, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1797 of Baptist parents. He joined the Presbyterians in his nineteenth year; studied two years in an academy at Lenox, Mass., and there becoming a Methodist,, received license to preach, and in 1823 entered the New York Conference, wherein ῥ he labored with great diligence, devotedness, and marked success. He became superannuated in 1853, and died Jan. 29,1868. Mr. Clark was able in ministerial qualifications, and exemplary in life. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1868, p. 77.

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