Cooper, J

Cooper, J.

an English Baptist minister, was born at Bath, October 24, 1793. He united with the Church at the age of seventeen, and soon after began to preach in the villages around his native city. He was ordained, April 8, 1819, pastor of a church at Amersham, and remained there until June 1823, when he resigned; but immediately another church was formed in Amersham, and he became its pastor. His labors were greatly blessed during the seventeen years of his pastorate. In 1840 he removed to Leighton-Buzzard, his ministry here lasting seven years. He. next went to Soham, then to Aberdare, and finally returned to Amersham, where he died, November 23, 1871. See (Lond.) Baptist Hand-book, 1873, page 253. (J.C.S.)

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