Cook, William W

Cook, William W.

a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born at Princeton, Kentucky, May 2, 1818.. He was converted in youth, licensed to preach in 1846, and joined the Louisville Conference in 1854. From 1861 to 1864 he was superannuated. Entering the effective ministry again he labored faithfully until compelled by poor health to take a superannuated relation once more, in which he remained until his death, October 22, 1879. Though his early education was limited, Mr. Cook possessed good natural endowments,. and by diligent study became a clear theologian and. successful preacher. He was a kind, true man, and an efficient pastor. See Minutes of Annual Conferences of the M.E. Church South, 1880, page 164.

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