Morse, Frank Currier

Morse, Frank Currier a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Hopkinton, N.H., February 23, 1835. His youth was spent in Newbury, N.H., till the age of seventeen, when he was sent to the Baptist Academy in New London, N.H. He afterwards went to study at Lowell, and while there was converted. Feeling called to the ministry, he entered the Wesleyan University in 1857, and graduated in the regular course in 1861, and at once joined the New England Conference. He was stationed at Blanford. In 1862 he enlisted in the army, and held the position of chaplain during his three years of service. In 1865 he acted as "supply" in Leyden, Mass., and filled this charge for two years. His heath failing him, he moved West, hoping a change might benefit him, but died in Kansas, January 14, 1871.

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