Cooper, Thomas W

Cooper, Thomas W.

a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born January 28, 1818. Heembraced religion in his sixteenth year; was a pupil in the Manual Labor School near Covington, Georgia, in 1837-38; was then licensed to preach, and received into the Georgia Conference. He afterwards became a member of the Florida Conference, and in it did faithful work until his decease, February 24, 1860. Mr. Cooper was a very eloquent declaimer, a successful revivalist, and zealous in all his work. See Minutes of Annual Conferences of the M.E. Church South, 1860, page 269.

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