Faulk, John C.



John Cooper Faulk was born in Monroe, Louisiana, September 16, 1834. He was converted under the ministry of Rev. Samuel Haws, in the fall of 1859, at Jones Chapel, Bon Idee Circuit, and there licensed to exhort. He was licensed to preach July 16, 1860. He was admitted on trial in the traveling connection in the Louisiana Conference at Baton Rouge December 1860, and appointed Junior Preacher on the Carroll Circuit; in 1861 he was appointed to Plantersville Circuit; and in 1862 was returned to the same circuit as junior preacher. In 1863 he was appointed to Bartholomew Mission, and in 1864 to Bartholomew Circuit, where he finished his work on the 10th of October, 1865, at his residence in Morehouse Parish, Louisiana, aged thirty-one years and twenty-four days. His good report is in all the churches, and his memory, like sweet odor, shall leave a long perfume.
Source: Journal Louisiana Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1865

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