Hollister, Theorem O
Hollister, Theorem O.
A Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in 1822 at Sharon, Conn. He was converted in early life, preached under the presiding elder in the state of New York, removed to Wisconsin, and joined the Wisconsin Conference in 1853. His appointments were: Summit, Fort Atkinson, Lake Mills, Greenbush, Sheboygan Falls, Fond du Lac Station, Fond du Lac District, Oconomowoc, Waukesha, and Hart Prairie. "He was truly a laborer in God's harvest, zealously affected always in every good thing, serving the Lord most emphatically with all his heart, and soul, and mind, and strength." He died at Salem, Wisconsin, March 13,1869. Hollister was a self-educated man, but good native talent, a logical mind, and vivid imagination atoned for his earlier deficiency, and he ranked among the first in his Conference. See Min. Ann. Conf. 1869, p. 225.