Stephens, William H

Stephens, William H., a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in New York Dec. 18, 1804, converted in 1828, under the preaching of Rev. Charles Pitman; traveled Burlington and Bargaintown circuits, under the presiding elder, in 1829-30; was admitted on trial in 1831, and appointed to Cumberland and Cape May Circuit; in 1832, to Salem Circuit; and in 1833 was admitted into full connection, and appointed to Swedesborough Circuit, where he died the same year. He was a man of studious habits, good preaching abilities, ardent piety, and extensive usefulness. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 2, 282.

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