Conner, William a Presbyterian minister, was born in Alleghleny County, Pennsylvania, May 17, 1799. He was converted early in life, and from 1820 until 1830 was engaged in business. At thirty years of age he entered. Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, where he pursued his studies with more than ordinary diligence. He was licensed by the Monongahela Presbytery in 1837, and stationed at Unity, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. In 1850 he accepted a call to Bethel; and in 1858 an invitation to Blairsville. He died September 28, 1863. See Wilson. Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1864, page 348.