Porter, John S, Dd

Porter, John S., D.D.

a Methodist, Episcopal minister, was born at Snow Hill, Maryland, August 23, 1805. He was trained as a Presbyterian, but became a Methodist, and joined the Philadelphia Conference in 1829, continuing to serve the church as pastor and presidiing elder until 1873, when he was obliged to retire from the active ministry. He died October 2, 1890. He was a member of several General Conferences. and a charter member of the Board of Trustees of Drew Theological Seminary. See the Christian Advocate, October 9, 1890.

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