Coltrin, Nathaniel Potter

Coltrin, Nathaniel Potter a Congregational minister, was born at Steubenville, Ohio, February 17, 1820. He graduated from Wabash College in 1845; was a member of Lane Theological Seminary; one year, in the class of 1849; was ordained (by the Illinois, now the Quincy, Association) at Mendon, Illinois, October 13, 1850; was acting pastor at Jacksonville, until April 1851; at Chandlerville, and Round Prairie (now Plymouth), from 1851 to 1857; at Griggsville, from 1857 to 1861; for a short time chaplain in the army, after which he preached a year at Litchfield, having no church; from December 1862, to May 1864, was acting pastor at Wythe; chaplain of the 33d Regiment until December, 1865; during 1866 was without charge; and finally acting pastor at Sandoval and Clement until his death at Centralia, December 26, 1877. (W.P.S.)

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