Munger, Philip

Munger, Philip a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in South Brimfield, Massachusetts, in 1780; was converted in 1796; entered the New England Conference in 1802; preached in the itinerancy thirty-four years; from 1836 to 1846 was either supernumerary or superannuated, and died October 19, 1846. He was a man of energy and method, very studious, and a gifted and successful preacher. He preached more than nine thousand sermons, and wrote considerably for the Church literature. He was for many years an active trustee of the Maine Conference Seminary; and as a man, Christian, and minister was in all respects very exemplary and useful. See Minutes of Conferences, 4:150; Stevens, Memorials of Methodism, volume 1, chapter 15. (G.L.T.)

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