Foote, Charles Henry, Dd

Foote, Charles Henry, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Lenox, Massachusetts, June 17, 1825. He prepared for college at Rochester, N.Y.; graduated from Williams College in 1849; taught one year at the academy at Mendon; studied law one year; graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1854; was licensed by the New Brunswick Presbytery, and afterwards ordained pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of that city. After an earnest and successful pastorate of three and a half years, he removed to the West; in 1866 was installed pastor at Jerseyville, Illinois; next at Cairo, in 1868; over the North Church of St. Louis, Missouri, in 1871; over the Walnut Street Church, Evansville, Indiana, in 1876, and at Ionia, Michigan, in 1879, where he died, June 28, 1880. See Necrol. Report of Princeton Theol. Sem. 1881, page 72. (W.P.S.)

 
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