Reid, Joseph

Reid, Joseph a Presbyterian minister, was born in 1842, near Romeo, Mich. He was of Scots parentage and received a careful religious training. He was graduated at the Michigan University and received his theological training in Union Seminary. He was regularly ordained, and went to Kansas to enter the missionary field. At a place called Manhattan, and the region around, he spent five years of arduous toil, when he returned to Michigan, that he might be near his parents and comfort them in their feebleness. He remained in Michigan, preaching as opportunity permitted, and was looking forward to a settlement when he was attacked with a disease which elded his life. He died at Romeo in 1877, after a ministry of only seven years. (W. P. S.)

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