Pinkham, John

Pinkham, John a veteran Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Dover, N.H., January 25, 1808. When he was two years of age his parents moved to Casco, Maine, where he was converted at the age of sixteen, and at eighteen became a public exhorter. In 1830 he was ordained pastor of the Church at Sandwich, N.H., where he remained for seven years, and then removed to Gilford, where, for eight years, his labors were greatly blessed. His next settlement, of five years, was at Alton. He was, for the next two years, a resident of Dover, and spent most of the time in assisting pastors in revival work. He then returned to Casco, chiefly occupied as an evangelist. He died there, January 8, 1882. See Morning Star, March 1, 1882. (J.C.S.)

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