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MALLALIEU, Williard Francis, M. E. bishop, born in Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, 11 December, 1828. He was graduated at Wesleyan university in 1857, received into the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church, and joined the New England conference in 1858. For the next twenty-four years he had charge of many of the more important churches connected with that body, and was highly esteemed both as a pastor and preacher. He was a member of the general conferences of 1872, 1876, and 1880, and in 1882 became presiding elder of the Boston district, he was elected bishop in 1884, and now (1888) resides in New Orleans. He received the degree of D.D. from the East Tennessee Wesleyan university, Athens, Tennessee, in 1874.
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