Mciver, J W

McIver, J. W.

a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born Sept. 19, 1835; professed religion in 1858; joined the Memphis Conference in 1861, and filled the Chulahoma and Good Springs circuits. He joined the Confederate army in the late civil war. In 1865 and 1866 he was appointed to the Richland and Cassida circuits; and in 1867 to the Iuka Circuit. He died suddenly, of congestion, while on his way to an appointment, Jan. 17,1868. "Brother McIvor was a very promising young preacher, much beloved by all the people where he preached, and it is with feelings of deepest sadness that we record his early death." See Conference Minutes of the M. E. Church South. 3:246.

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