Clay, Jonathan

Clay, Jonathan, a Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Buxton, Me., Dec. 13, 1775, and was converted in 1805. Soon after he began to preach, and was ordained in 1815. His family were supported by the fruits of his labor as a farmer, his services being for many years confined to his native place. Upon the formation of a second church in Buxton he became one of its members, and, for a time, its pastor. Ill-health obliged him to suspend his ministerial labors some time before his death, which occurred in 1850. See Freewill Baptist Register, 1850, p, 80. (J. C. S.)

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