Rainor, Menzies

Rainor, Menzies a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church near the opening of our century, was admitted to the work of the itinerancy in 1790) and travelled in Dutchess (N.Y.) Circuit with Peter Morriarty, under the superintendence of Freeborn Garettson (q.v.). In 1791 he was colleague of Lemuel Smith at Hartford, Conn. In 1792 he labored at Lynn. Subsequently he travelled the Elizabethtown (N. J.) and Middletown (Conn.) circuits. In 1795 he withdrew from the conference. and afterwards from the Church. He was a young man of promise, and acceptable among the people as a preacher. After his withdrawal from the Methodist Church, he joined the Protestant Episcopal Church, and afterwards became a Universalist. See Stevens, Memorials of New Eng. Methodism, p. 127.

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