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FOWLER, Lyttleton, clergyman, born in Smith City, Tennessee, 12 September 1802; died in Texas, 19 January 1846. He became a member of the Methodist Church in 1819, was licensed to preach in Kentucky on 30 September 1826, was ordained as deacon in October 1828, stationed at Louisville the following year, and ordained an elder in October 1830. In 1832 he went to Tennessee, and in August 1833, as a missionary to Texas. In 1838 the Mississippi conference superintendent of the Texas mission appointed him. After the organization of the Texas conference he was presiding elder of various districts. He attended, in 1844, the last conference before the division of the Church, and in 1845 the Louisville convention, at which the Methodist Episcopal Church south was organized.
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