Hubbard, Benjamin H, Dd

Hubbard, Benjamin H., D.D.

a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born in 1811. He was converted in early youth, licensed to preach in 1835, and shortly afterwards entered the Memphis Conference. His appointments were, Hatchie Circuit, Gallat in and Cairo, Huntsville, Alabama; Columbia, Tennessee; Trenton, Jackson, Somerville, and Athens, Alabama. At the last-mentioned place he was connected with the Tennessee Conference Female Institute as president till 1852, when he was transferred to Jackson, Tennessee, in connection with the Jackson Female Institute, where he died, May 2, 1853. He was a fine scholar and excellent preacher. See Minutes of Annual Conferences of the M.E. Church South, 1853, page 462.

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