Stoddard, John E

Stoddard, John E., a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born at Brookfield, Worcester Co., Mass., March 10, 1801. He removed, when five years of age, to Pinckney, N.Y., was converted in 1829, and received license to preach Jan. 9, 1832. He was employed by the presiding elder from August of that year until 1836, when he was received on trial into the Black River Conference. In 1843 he was, because of ill health, made supernumerary, and held that relation until his death, at Morristown, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., Feb. 12, 1861, See Minutes of Annual. Conferences, 1861, p. 102.

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