Clergyman; born near Pottstown, Pa., May 1, 1759.
In youth he was a the-burner, but entered the Methodist ministry in 1790.
He male many converts, almost exclusively among the Germans, and in 1800 a separate Church organization was formed for them.
Albright becoming their first presiding elder.
He was appointed bishop in 1807.
His denomination is known as the Evangelical Association (q. v.). He died in 1808.
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