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Cell, Jeremiah

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a Baptist minister, was born in Western Pennsylvania, April 13, 1819. He joined a Presbyterian Church in Ohio in 1839, and a Baptist Church in 1846. Soon after, he began to preach. He studied for a time at Covington, Ky., preaching meanwhile for the Church in Newport. Subsequently he served churches in Aurora, Ind., two years; Ebenezer, eight years; Momence, Ill., two years; Galesburg, Mich., three years; a second time in Aurora, then Greensboro, Ind., from 1864 to 1866; recalled to Galesburg, then went to Centralia, Ill., six years; returned to Greensboro in the spring of 1874, in which year he died. He commanded the respect, esteem, and confidence of all. See Min. of Ill. Anniversaries, 1874, p. 8. (J. C. S.)

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McClintock, John. Strong, James. Entry for 'Cell, Jeremiah'. Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature. Harper & Brothers. New York. 1870.

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