Pulling, Alonzo B

Pulling, Alonzo B.

a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born at Ridgefield, Conn., Nov. 28, 1818. He experienced religion in the summer of 1840. He was licensed to preach March 1, 1845, was received into the New York Conference in the following May, and appointed to Ponsett and Killingworth Circuit, which he served two years. He was admitted to full membership June 21, 1848, and ordained deacon. He was then appointed to West Granby, which charge he served two years; was ordained an elder at New Haven in May, 1850, and appointed to Pleasant Valley and New Hartford Mission, where he labored two years. Ile thenceforth served New Milford, Woodbury, and Berlin; was supernumerary one year, and was afterwards stationed at Southington and Forestville, Westport, Ansonia, Seymour, New Milford, Nichol's Farms, lhoxbury, East Village, and Riverside. In 1876 failing health compelled him to take a superannuated relation. He died Jan. 12, 1878. See Minutes of Annual Conuferences, 1878, p. 50.

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