Fernald, Mark

Fernald, Mark a veteran minister of the Christian denomination, was born March 9, 1784, in Kittery, Me. He learned the trade of a carpenter, and at different times in his vouth went to sea; but was converted in 1807, and united with a Free- will Baptist Church. The following year he began to preach, at once engaged in itinerant labor, and was ordained September 20, 1809. For several years he was a travelling preacher, chiefly in New England. He became regular pastor at York in April 1818, but gradually became identified with the body called "Christians." He died at Kittery, December 29, 1851, where he had been pastor for thirty-six years. See his Life, written by himself. (J.C.S.)

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