Cady, Daniel Reed, Dd

Cady, Daniel Reed, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born at Malta, N. Y., Oct. 8,1813. He was a student at Hamilton Academy; graduated at Williams College in 1838, and at Andover Theological Seminary in 1845, having studied law at Albion, and practiced two years. He was ordained at Rutland. Mass., Oct. 29, 1845; was dismissed Oct. 11,1849; was installed at Westborough, Dec. 5, 1849, and was dismissed, Feb. 6, 1856, after an illness of fifteen months;

was installed at Arlington, then at West Cambridge, Feb. 14,1856, and dismissed, June 29, 1877, on account of impaired health. He was director of the American Educational Society, trustee of Massachusetts Home Missionary Society, and member of Executive Committee, manager of Massachusetts Sunday-school Society, and of the Congregational Board of Publication. He died at Westborough, May 17, 1879. He published Memorials of Lieut. Joseph P. Burrage (Arlington, 1864): — of Deacon John Field (ibid. 1870): — of Rev. Reuben T. Robinson (Winchester, 1871) ;-also a sermon, The Bible in Schools, besides other memorials. See Vital Statistics of Cong. Ministers, 1879; Cong. Year-book, 1880, p. 74.

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