Armitage, William Edmond, Std

Armitage, William Edmond, S.T.D.

a bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, was born in New York city Sept. 6, 1830. He graduated at Columbia College in 1849, and at the (Episcopal) General Theological Seminary in 1852. He was. assistant minister, in 1853, at Portsmouth, N. H.; and was missionary in. Augusta, Me., during the following year. Subsequently, until 1859, he was rector there; in that year he became rector of St. John's Church, Detroit, Mich., and continued to serve this parish until 1866, when he was consecrated in that place as assistant bishop of Wisconsin, Dec. 6. His episcopal residence was in Milwaukee. He died in New York city, Dec. 6,1873. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1875, p. 144.

 
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