Davis, Isaac G

Davis, Isaac G.

a Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Stanstead, Canada East, March 1, 1819. He was converted at the age of seventeen; in 1838 commenced to preach; was licensed June 22, 1839 ordained at Huntington, Vermont, September 26, 1840; entered the Biblical School at Lowell, Mass., laboring, meantime, at Roxbury; for a few years was at Portsmouth and Deerfield, N.H, and on a missionary tour in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick; in 1848 went to the West, and with the exception of a year or two spent in Elgin, Illinois, devoted himself to missionary labors in Boone and McHenry counties, and as pastor in Fayette, Wisconsin, where he died in December 1862. See Barrett, Memoirs of Eminent Preachers, page 249. (J.C.S.)

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