Conrad, P

Conrad, P.

a Baptist minister, was born in Wyoming County, N.Y. He pursued his studies at the Hamilton Institution, and in 1842 was sent by the American Baptist Home Mission Society to Wisconsin. His pastorates were at Milwaukee, Geneva, Prairie-du-Lac, and two or three other places. He performed a large amount of work as an itinerant, so that there is hardly a town in the state in which he did not sow the Gospel seed. He was for many years the "Missionary Apostle" of Wisconsin. For a short time Mr. Conrad acted as the financial agent of the American Bible Union in that state; but the work in which he most delighted was missionary work. Having gone to Santa Barbara, California, to recruit his health, he died there, November 1, 1875. See Cathcart, Baptist Encyclop. page 20. (J.C.S.)

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