Bowen, Charles James

Bowen, Charles James a Unitarian minister, was born in Providence, R. I., May 20, 1827. He graduated from Brown University in 1847, and from the Divinity School of Harvard College, and was ordained as pastor of the Unitarian Society at Newburyport, Mass., Nov. 20, 1850, where he remained six years (1850- 56), and then removed to Kingston where he was settled two years (1856- 58). He next went to Baltimore as pastor of the Second Unitarian Society in that city. Finding his position unpleasant at the breaking-out of the late war, he resigned, and for several years acted as chaplain in a hospital near that city. He became the minister of the Mount Pleasant Congregational Society, Roxbury, Mass., where he remained until his death, April 10, 1870. (J. C. S.)

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