Vallette, William

Vallette, William a Methodist Episcopal minister, studied medicine early in life; joined the Illinois Conference in 1839; was transferred to Rock River Conference in 1840; and in the following year was ordained deacon. In 1846 hemorrhage of the lungs incapacitated him for further ministerial labor and caused his retirement to Elgin as a superannuate, where he spent the remainder of his days in the practice of medicine. He died in 1871. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1872, p. 113.

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