Clement, Tisdale S

Clement, Tisdale S., a Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Monroe, Me., Dec. 8,1810. He united with the Church in 18247 was licensed June, 1849, and ordained in June, 1850. For several years he was pastor in his native town; in 1863, removed to Exeter; after a three years' pastorate in that place, went to Plymouth, and, during his residence there, he preached a part of the time for the Unity, Dixmont, 'and Cannel churches. In the spring of 1869 he took charge of a mission society in South Boston, which was simon organized into a church. In 1872 he removed to Richmond Corner, Me., and in 1875 to Lewiston, where he died, July 12, 1881. His ministry was very successful. See Morning Star, June 14, 1882. (J. C. S.)

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