Brown, Daniel E

Brown, Daniel E.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, resided in Michigan in 1853, at about which time he entered the ministry. The following year: he became rector at Litchfield, Connecticut; in 1857 officiated at Milton; in 1858 was rector of Trinity Church, Troy, Ohio, and at the same time of St. Paul's in Greenville. In 1860 ,he removed to Michigan, residing at Flint; in, 1862 became rector of St. Paul's Church, East Saginaw; in 1864. was missionary in Genesee County, although still residing at Flint. In 1866 he removed to Ionia, having charge of two churches, viz. St. John's in Ionia and Trinity Church, Saranac; in 1867 was rector of the latter only. In 1870 he resided in Flint without charge, and continued so to do until his death, which occurred in 1873. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1874, page 138.

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