Smith, Daniel (2)
Smith, Daniel (2), a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Salisbury, Conn., Sept. 26, 1806. When nineteen years of age he was converted, and shortly after began to study at the Wilbraham Academy. In 1831 he was admitted on trial into the New York Conference. He labored on the Derby Circuit; at Sag Harbor; Winstead, Conn.; Forsyth Street, New York; Bridgeport, Reading, and Stratford, Conn.; Tarrytown; Seventh Street and Green Street, New York; and at Kingston, N.Y. He was a delegate to the General Conference of 1848, and a reserve in 1852. He died June 23, 1852. He was a plain, practical, earnest preacher. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1853, p. 192.