Walker, Joseph E

Walker, Joseph E.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Wilton, Me., in 1847. He was converted at the age of twenty; began preaching in 1869; supplied the Lisbon charge in 1870; and in 1871 joined the Maine Conference, and was appointed to Maple Circuit, where he labored, two years, and then returned to Wilton, where he died of consumption, Aug. 26, 1875. Mr. Walker was studious, earnest, and very promising. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1876, p. 87.

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