Charlton, Robert, a missionary of the Church of England, officiated as catechist, first at New Windsor, N.Y., and afterwards in New York city. In the latter place he was the successor of Rev. Thomas Colgan, who had been assistant to the Rev. William Vesey, rector of Trinity Church. His service in New York city extended from 1732 to 1740. In 1749 he became pastor of St. Andrew's Church on Staten Island, N. Y. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, v, 16.