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Curry, Daniel (26 November 1809–17 August 1887), Methodist pastor, college president, and editor, was born near Peekskill, New York; the names of his parents are not known. An industrious youth who received a good preparatory education, Curry graduated in 1837 from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. He spent the next two years as the principal of the Troy Conference Academy in West Poultney, Vermont. From 1839 to 1845 he labored in Georgia, first as a professor at Georgia Female College in Macon and then, after being received on probation as a Methodist minister in 1841, as the pastor of congregations in Athens, Lexington, Savannah, and Columbus....

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Stevens, Abel (19 January 1815–11 September 1897), Methodist Episcopal minister and editor, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Samuel Stevens, printer, and Mary Hochenmeller. Some sources place his birth date as 17 January. Stevens completed undergraduate studies at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, in 1834, the year in which the New England Conference admitted him to the Methodist ministry. He served churches in Boston and Rhode Island, advancing from trial status to deacon in 1836 and to elder in 1838. After a scholarly tour of Europe in 1837, he married Marguerite Otheman in 1838; they had six children. Stevens continued his ministry and received an M.A. from Brown University in 1839....

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Tigert, John James, III (25 November 1856–21 November 1906), clergyman, editor, and bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the son of John Tigert, a pump maker, and Mary Van Veghten. Raised in a committed Methodist family, he attended schools in Louisville until 1875, when he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to attend the newly opened theological school of Vanderbilt University. Upon graduating in 1877 he was admitted on trial to the Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Two years later he was ordained a deacon and received into full connection. In 1881 he was ordained an elder. From 1877 until 1881 he served churches in Louisville and Franklin, Kentucky. In 1878 he married Amelia McTyeire, the daughter of ...