Kendrick, Bennett

Kendrick, Bennett an early Methodist Episcopal minister, was a native of Mecklenburg Co., Va.; entered the itinerancy in 1789; was stationed at Wilmington in 1802; at Charleston in 1803-4; at Columbia in 1805; presiding elder on Camden District in 1807, and died April 5 of that year. The date of his birth is not given, but he died young. He was a man of much gravity, piety, and intelligence, and was a studious and skilful preacher of the Word. His ministry was very useful, and his early death was a loss to his Conference and the Church.-Min. of Conferences, i, 156. (G. L. T.)

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