Richards, William K

Richards, William K., a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Tennessee. Aug. 20, 1816, and in the same year his parents removed to Indiana. In 1837 he professed conversion; he was licensed to preach on Aug. 13, 1844; was employed by the presiding elder in 1851, and the next fall was admitted into the Indiana Conference. He labored until a few weeks previous to April 6, 1861, the date of his death. He was a good man and a strong preacher. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1861, p. 197.

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