Mihill, Norris a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Sheffield, C.W., about 1823. He was converted at eighteen, while resident at Wilmington, N.Y.; but continued in his trade until 1861, when he was placed in charge of West Peru Circuit, which he served with marked ability for two years. At the end of this time he joined the Troy Conference on trial, and was sent to Beekmantown, where he was serving for the third year with great efficiency at the time of his death, October 3, 1868. Mihill was earnestly devoted to the interests of his Master, and was beloved by his associates and parishioners. See Minutes of Conference, 1869, page 117.