Applegate, Thomas a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, was born in England in 1813, of Baptist parents. He was educated at Stepney College; became a Baptist missionary, and was sent by the London Missionary Society to the- Bahamas; returned in failing health, and was a Baptist preacher in England and afterwards in America until 1848, when he joined the Protestant Episcopal communion, and was duly ordained deacon and priest; officiated at Fairfield, Sherburne, Hamilton, and Warsaw, in N. Y. Subsequently he went to Memphis, Tenn., and in 1861 was at Granada, Miss.; returned to Western New York and for two years officiated in Grace Church, Cortland, closing his course in the spring of 1865. He died at Binghamton, N. Y., March 9, 1867. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. July, 1867, p. 335.