Salisbury, Nathaniel, a Methodist minister, was born in Vermont in 1794, and converted in Scipio, Tompkins County, N.Y., at the age of twenty-five years. He was admitted into the Genesee Conference on trial in 1822, ordained deacon in 1824, and elder in 1826. He was employed on circuits eleven years, on stations seventeen years, and on districts, as presiding elder, fifteen years, and was on the superannuated list eleven years. He was in 1832 a member of the General Conference from the Oneida Conference. He was a man of fine preaching abilities, a safe counsellor, and was greatly beloved by the people. He died in Rome, N.Y., Feb. 18, 1876. See Minutes of Conferences, 1876, p. 63.