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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], List of appointments by the Virginia annual Conference of the M. E. Church South. (search)
Jos. H. Riddick, sup; Loudoun, Robt. W. Watts, L. H. Crenshaw; Warrenton, Wm. M. Ward, James L. Shirley; Winchester, Peter F. August; Patterson Creek, James M. Anderson; Springfield, Wm. F. Bain; Clarke, James H. Crown, J. P. Woodward, sup; Prince William, Geo. S. May; Berlin, John P. Brock; Taylor's Island, Major S. Colenna; U. S. Navy, Chas. A. Davis, Chaplain. Charlottesville District--James D. Coulling, Presiding Elder. Charlottesville, Thomas H. Early; Albemarle, Joseph H. Davis; Nelson, Lloyd Moore; Scottsville, H. H. Gary; Fluvanna, James C Watson; Goochland, Andrew J. Beckwith; Hanover, John L Clarke; Louisa, Jas. R. Waggoner; Orange, Edgar H. Pritchett; Madison, to be supplied, Joseph W. Payne, Z. E. Harrison, sup; Piedmont, James F. Finnell; Blue Ridge Mission, James W. Grant; Harrisonburg. Samuel S. Lumbeth; E. K Ran, John J. Lafferty; University of Virginia, J. G. Granberry, Chaplain. Lynchburg District--Geo. W. Langhorne, Presiding Elder, Lynchburg: Centenary,
Sudden death. --A remarkably sudden death occurred in Washington on Thanksgiving day — that of Hall Nelson, Esq., formerly of Richmond, and long and favorably known in Washington as a man of business and enterprise. For some time he had suffered with a sore on sore on his finger, resembling a felon, and on Thursday morning proceeded to the office of his physician, who told him he was sick, and advised him to go home to bed. But a short time elapsed when his physician visited him at his residence, and going up with a neighbor, they found the patient sitting in his chair, his head fallen over on the table, and he was dead!. The only indications of disease, beside his finger, were found in several bluish spots on his arm. Mr. Nelson was the uncle of the late Assistant Postmaster General Marron, and at the time of his decease his family were at Mrs. Marron's country residence, whither the body was removed. For probably twenty five years, from 1810 to 1835, he was an influential me