Lambdin William

Lambdin William, a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born in Talbot County, Maryland, June 4, 1784; was converted at sixteen; removed to Pittsburg in 1805; joined the Baltimore Conference in 1808; was on various circuits and stations until 1815; then local till 1822, then in Pittsburg Conference until 1830; then local at Wheeling until 1842; then in Memphis Conference, Tennessee, where he labored until he was superannuated in 1848. He died in Henry County, Tennesee, May 22, 1854. Lambdin was an able and faithful minister of the Word, and served the Church long and successfully. — Annals of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, 1855, page 348.

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