Cochran, Isaac C

Cochran, Isaac C.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Vermont about 1821. He joined the Presbyterians in early life; removed to Michigan at the age of seventeen; spent several years successfully as a school-teacher; became principal of Clarkston Academy in 1853; joined the Methodists, and in 1861 entered the Detroit Conference. During 1865 and 1866 he was supernumerary, and principal of Owosso Union School. He died in the midst of his ministerial labors at Utica, Michigan, October 25, 1867. Mr. Cochran had a cultured mind and heart. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1868, page 174.

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