Barnes, James S

Barnes, James S.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman of the Diocese of New York, entered the ministry in 1858, and soon after became connected as pastor with Christ Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., officiating until 1865 as assistant minister. In that year he was unemployed, but in 1866 became assistant minister of St. Peter's Church in the same city, in which position he continued to serve until 1872. In 1873 he was appointed missionary to St. John's Church, Yonkers, N. Y. The last two years of his life he ceased to perform active ministerial labor. He died Dec. 22, 1876. See Protestant Episcopal Almanac, 1878, p. 168.

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