Savage, Isaac Aylsworth

Savage, Isaac Aylsworth a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Edinburgh, Saratoga County, N.Y., Dec. 28, 1814. He embraced religion at the age of sixteen, graduated at the Wesleyan University in Aug., 1841, and, having been already received on trial in the New England Conference, went immediately to South Boston. He was ordained deacon in 1843 and elder in 1845. He occupied appointments in Lowell, Springfield, Boston, and Holliston until 1854, when, after a protracted illness, he fell asleep on Feb. 16. Mr. Savage was an excellent scholar, an able and faithful minister, a devoted friend. See Minutes of Annual Con: 1854, p. 359.

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