Vandercook, Jackson C, Am

Vandercook, Jackson C., A.M.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Lyons N.Y., Aug, 3, 1814. He joined the Church in 1833; united with the Black River Conference in 1848; and successively served: the following appointments: South Canton, Fort Copyington, Gouverneur, Oswego, Fairfield, Geddes, Fulton, Oswego a second time, Adams, and a second time Geddes. He died at his residence in Fulton, May 27, 1866. Mr. Vandercook possessed a vigorous and logical mind, was well versed in logic and mental and moral science; had a rare power of generalization; and was independent, energetic, and faithful. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1867, p. 122.

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