Bartlett, Dwight Kellogg Dd

Bartlett, Dwight Kellogg D.D., a Presbyterian minister, was born at Utica, N. Y., March 30, 1832. He received his preparatory education in the Collegiate School of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and was graduated at Union College in 1854. He taught in Rome, N. Y., from 1854 to 1855, after which he occupied the position of tutor in Union College over three years, during two years of which time he was also engaged in the private study of theology under the guidance of Rev. Dr. Hicock. He entered Princeton Seminary in 1858, and remained there one year. He was licensed by the Presbytery of North River in 1859, and the same year ordained and installed pastor of Smithfield Church, to which he had.previously preached as a stated supply. His pastoral relation to this Church was dissolved in 1862, when he was installed pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Stamford, Conn., by the Third Presbytery of New York. He remained here until 1864, when the relation was dissolved. He then accepted a call to become pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church, Rochester, N. Y., where he was installed, and labored with great usefulness and success until 1874, when he accepted a call to theSecond Reformed (Dutch) Church at Albany, N. Y., where he remained until his death, which occurred at New York, Jan. 11, 1880. See Necrological Report of Princeton College, 1881; N. Y. Observer, Jan. 20, 1881. (W. P. S.)

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