Corson, Robert a Canadian Methodist minister, was born at Clinton, Ontario, September 12, 1793. In the war of 1812 he served at the battles of Stony Oreek, Queenston Heights, and Lundy's Lane. He was converted in 1817, sent out to preach in 1822, ordained in 1825, became superannuated in 1858, still continued. abundant in labors, and died at Cainsville, Ontario, October 8, 1878. Mr. Corson had poor fare, poor pay, but tireless energy. He would preach forty sermons a month. He smiled at toil, hardship, and danger. His love of preaching was marvellous; it was a passion, an enthusiasm, an inspiration. See Minutes of London Ont. Conference, 1879, page 25.