a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Indiana about 1830. He was converted in early life; educated in part in Asbury (now De Pauw) University; engaged in teaching for a time, and began preaching in 1858. After supplying a circuit in the North-west Wisconsin Conference, lie was received into. the travelling ranks, where he continued for six years, then took a supernumerary relation, and the next year was transferred to the Minnesota Conference, in which he labored until comelled to take a superannuated relation. He died April 3, 1882. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1882, page 318.