Cary, Josiah Addison

Cary, Josiah Addison a Presbyterian minister, was born at West Brooksfield, Mass., March 29, 1813. He graduated at Amherst College in 1832, and at the Union Theological Seminary in 1839. He was a resident licentiate until 1843, and was ordained May 13, 1844. He was professor in the Deaf and Dumb Institute of New York city (1832-51), and for a time supplied the pulpit of a Dutch Reformed Church in the same city. In 1851 he was appointed principal of the Deaf; and Dumb Institute, and, after sustaining this relation for one year, he removed to Columbus, O., where he died, Aug. 7,1852. See Gen. Cat. of Union Theol. Sem. 1876, p. 12. (W. P.S.)

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