Hobbs, Lewis

Hobbs, Lewis a Methodist Episcopal minister, born in Burke County, Ga., Feb. 1783; was converted in 1804, and entered the itinerancy in 1808. He was stationed in New Orleans in 1813, and died in Georgia in 1814. Mr. Hobbs was a young man of deep and uniform piety, great simplicity and zeal as a minister, and nobly endured the perils and hardships of missionary life in the Southern wildernesses and the poisonous climate of the Mississippi. — — Minutes of Conferences, 1, 254. (G. L. T.)

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