Cobb, Henry K

Cobb, Henry K.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Randolph, Orange Co., Vermont, May 7, 1827. He received an early Unitarian training, was converted when about fifteen, lapsed into sin, and several years later was reclaimed by the Methodists. In 1853 he was admitted into. the Vermont Conference; in 1869 was transferred to the West Wisconsin Conference, to fill a difficult appointment in the city of Madison, and labored there until his sudden death, November 25, the same year. Mr. Cobb was an effective speaker, a beloved pastor, an ardent friend. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1870, page 251.

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