Martin, Enoch R

Martin, Enoch R.

a Presbyterian minister, was born in Washington Co., Ind., about the year 1811. He received a good common-school education; studied theology privately; was licensed by Cincinnati Presbytery, and ordained by Salem Presbytery in 1836. He preached for several years to the Matthew Vernon and Utica churches, in Clark Co., Ind.; thence removed to Jefferson Co.. Lnd., and preached to the Mizpeh, Sharon, and Matthew Vernon churches, and afterwards became pastor of Sharon Church, Ill. In 1862 he accepted a call to the Pisgah and Sharon churches, Ind. He died Nov. 26, 1863. Mr. Martin was a very useful minister, and a sincere Christian; he did. much for the cause of education and the suppression of intemperance. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1865, p. 167.

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