Smith, Moses, Dd

Smith, Moses, D.D., a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Chatham County, N.C., Feb. 28, 1817. When two years old, his parents moved to Highland County, O., where he was converted, and united with the Church. He graduated from Augusta College in August, 1842; was licensed to preach, Jan. 31, 1843, and admitted into the Ohio Conference on Sept. 27. His ordination as deacon took place in 1844, and that of elder in 1846. For twenty-seven years he was constantly engaged in the work. He died in Newton, Jasper Co., Ia., Aug. 25, 1869. He was twice a delegate to the General Conference. He wrote works on Mental and Moral Science, the former of which was published. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1869, p. 282.

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