Kimball, William E. Rev.
The following data is extracted from Historical and Biographical Sketches of Madison County, Nebraska - Madison.
Rev. William E. Kimball, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Is a native of Frankfort, Herkimer Co., N. Y. Enlisted in Company H, Fifteenth New York Cavalry, August 3,1863; promoted to the office of Corporal, and served until August 21, 1865, Prepared for college at Cazenovia Seminary, New York; entered Hamilton College, New York, in 1872, and graduated in June 1876: entered Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey, the same year, and graduated from that institution April 29, 1879. Took charge of the Madison Presbyterian Church July 4, 1879; was ordained September 17, 1879, by the Presbytery of Omaha; served the Creston and Humphrey churches in connection with the Madison Church for three years, and now (July, 1882), gives his whole time and service to Madison. Was married, May 10, 1881, to Miss Linda E. Brown, of Sturbridge, Mass.
Source: Historical and Biographical Sketches of Madison County, Nebraska - Madison