Coen, John a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born January 19, 1827. He joined the Church in 1846, was licensed to preach in 1848, and in 1850 was received into the Pittsburgh Conference, wherein he labored with acceptability and success until his death, February 14, 1861. Mr. Coen was pleasant and companionable, consistent and uniform in his daily life; clear, logical, and convincing as a preacher, and abundantly successful as a pastor. See Minutes of Annual Conferences. 1861, page 34.