Lee, Charles a Presbyterian minister, was born near Flemingsburg, Ky., May 12, 1818; was converted when about twenty years of age, and, though hitherto a farmer by employment, he decided at once upon the ministry, entered the college at Hanover, Ind., and, after graduating in 1853, studied theology with the president of his alma mater. He was licensed by the Presbytery of Madison in 1855, and became pastor at Graham, Ind. He died May 27, 1863. "With fair talents, and yet amid many discouragements both in himself and from without, he was still not only a faithful, but a successful pastor of the churches committed to his care. God gave him the witness of approval in the conversion of many under his ministry." — Wilson. Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1864, p. 169.