Brush, William W

Brush, William W.

a minister of the Reformed (Dutch) Church, and a son of William Brush, was born at Guilford, N.Y., September 25, 1843. He graduated at Rutgers College in 1862, New Brunswick Seminary in 1865, and was licensed by the Classis of Raritan in 1866. He was pastor at Farmer Village, 1866 to 1868; Marbletown, 1868 to 1872; Geneva, 1872 to 1878, when he died, March 31. He was deeply spiritual, and a friend of every good cause. See Corwin, Manual of the Ref. Church (3d ed.), page 204.

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