Stratton, Isaiah

Stratton, Isaiah, a Baptist minister, was born at Salem, N.J., Oct. 25, 1782. He became a member of the Second Baptist Church in Philadelphia, Aug. 14, 1808, and was licensed by that Church to preach Feb. 12, 1812. He spent some time in preaching in Philadelphia and its vicinity. His ordination took place Feb. 20, 1814, when he became pastor of the Church at New Mills, N.J., now known as the Pemberton Church. He did not long survive his ordination, his death occurring June 7, 1816. He was a young minister of much promise. See The Missionary Jubilee, p. 116. (J.C.S.)

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