Bogue, Horatius Publius Dd
Bogue, Horatius Publius D.D., a Presbyterian minister, was born at Winchester, Conn., Dec. 22, 1796. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1820, and studied at Andover Seminary in 1823. He settled successively at Butternuts, 1823 to 1829; Norwich, 1829 to 1833; Vernon village, 1833 to 1840; and Seneca Falls and as stated supply in Prebie, 1862 to 1864; East Hamburg, N. Y., 1864 to 1866. On the failure of his health he gave up regular ministerial labor, and for several years filled agencies for the Colonization and Jews' societies, making his headquarters in Syracuse. He finally laid aside all regular labor and removed to Buffalo, occasionally preaching, as his health allowed. He died there Jan. 23, 1873. His convictions were positive; his sermons commanded attention. See Presbyterianism in Central N. Y. p. 465; Triennial Cat. of Andover Theol. Seminary, 1870, p. 56.