Stroud, Asa B

Stroud, Asa B., a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born April 11, 1807. He was converted in 1823, admitted on trial by the Ohio Conference in 1830, and appointed to Kanawha Circuit. The following appointments were filled by him: Letart Falls Circuit, Charleston Circuit, Parkersburg and Athens circuits, New Haven, Eaton, Franklin, Monroe, Urbana, South Charleston, Reply, Cincinnati Mission, and Milford Circuit, where he died, Sept. 23, 1849. He was a faithful preacher and a most self-sacrificing pastor. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 4, 386.

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