Westervelt, Alfed L

Westervelt, Alfed L.

a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born about 1820, of pious parents. He received a careful religious training; experienced conversion in his nineteenth year: began preaching soon after, and subsequently joined the Ohio Conference; served three years as junior preacher and three as senior; and died of cholera, July 31, 1849. Mr. Westervelt was a man of deep piety and respectable talents. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1849, p. 388.

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