Fletcher, Charles a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born near Leeds, Yorkshire, England, January 10, 1811. He was converted in 1827, licensed in 1829, and was for several years a local preacher in England and America. He joined the New York East. Conference in 1852, filling the stations of Summerfield Church, Brooklyn; Birmingham and Bridgeport, Connecticut; Seventh Street and Twenty-seventh Street, New York City; Mamaroneck, New York; Meriden, Connecticut; Sands Street, Brooklyn; First Church, New Haven- Pacific Street, Brooklyn. He served full terms as presiding elder of Long Island South and New York East Districts. Death closed his successful ministry, April 20, 1880. He was an excellent preacher, and people of mature judgment and scholarship and of cultivated taste, sat under his ministry with delight. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1881, page 79.