Benedict, Andrew D

Benedict, Andrew D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman of the Diocese of Wisconsin, was a missionary in Warsaw, N. Y., for a number of years, until about 1856; soon after, he became rector in Delhi, N. Y., serving St. John's Church in that place. In 1864 he was rector of St. Luke's Church, Racine, Wis., and, after serving there for a short time, retired from active work, though still residing in Racine. In 1870 he was engaged in teaching, being a tutor in the college. The following year he was missionary at Oak Creek and Springfield, Wis. The year succeeding he was missionary at Wilmot and Springfield, in which service he continued until the close of his life. He died Oct. 4, 1874, aged 56 years. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1875, p. 145.

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