American Baptist Register of 1852 Obituaries
Now it is time to post alphabet letter "H":
Harris, E. J., came from New Brunswick, and died Oct. 7, 1851, aged 38, in Waldoborough, Me., where he had been pastor only a few months.
Harrison, John H., an active and modest minister of Christ, connected with the Shiloh, Va., Association, died in 1851.
Hascall, Daniel, founder of the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution, now Madison University, and for many years Professor in the same, was a native of Vermont, and a graduate of Middlebury College. Previous to his connection with this institution, he was pastor at Hamilton, N. Y., and after resigning his professorship at Castleton, Vt., and subsequently at Lebanon, N. Y. His mind was vigorous and well balanced, his heart genial and benevolent. He died June 8th, 1852, aged 72.
Hill, William, Sr., was an active and useful member in the Bethel Association, Ala. He died, triumphant in the faith, April 1st, 1851.
Hodges, C. W., for twenty-eight years was intimately identified with the interests of Zion in Vermont. He was Pastor of the church at Bristol, Vt., at the time of his death, which occurred April 4th, 1851. He was a good man, and a faithful minister.
Hughes, Peter, Kemper Co., Miss., aged 75 years.