Sewell, William D

Sewell, William D., a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in. Chesterville, Me., July 15, 1813. He was converted in 1831, entered the itinerancy on Sidney Circuit September, 1836, under the presiding elder; admitted on trial in 1837, and served two years on Kilmarnock and Harmony circuits; was received into full connection in 1839, and appointed to Vassalborough Circuit, where he pursued his labors with great zeal and success until near the time of his death, which occurred April 24, 1840. He possessed a good and well- cultured mind. His attachment to the doctrines and institutions of the Church was strong and unwavering. See Minutes of Conferences, 3, 145.

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