Cooper, Thomas

Cooper, Thomas a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Maidstone, Eng., in 1819; emigrated to America while young; was converted at Mount Vernon, Ohio, while a boy; studied with success at the Norwalk seminary under Dr.

Thomson, and entered the itinerancy in 1842. As an agent of the Ohio Wesleyan University, a seamen's missionary, and in the regular pastoral work, he was very able and useful, until his sudden death by cholera, July, 1849. Thomson, Biographical Sketches, p. 191.

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