Bull, Levi, Dd

Bull, Levi, D.D.

a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church, who died at Marsh, Chester Co., Pa., Aug. 2, 1859, aged seventy-eight years, was for many years a prominent minister in his diocese; but, unhappily, his vigorous intellect became disordered, and for a long time before his death he was unable to fulfil his duties as a pastor. He was at one time rector of St. Mary's, St. Andrew's, and St. Mark's churches in Chester County; then of St. Thomas's, in Berks County; then of Bangor Church, in Lancaster County. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. 1859, p. 534.

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