Clinton, Isaac

Clinton, Isaac, a Congregational minister, was born at West Milford, near Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 21, 1759, and served in the revolutionary war. He graduated from Yale College in 1786; studied divinity with a private teacher; was ordained, and installed at South-wick, Mass, Jan. 30,1788. In 1807 he removed to Lowville, N.Y. as pastor and first principal of the academy, continuing the former relation for ten years. He died there March 18, 1840. While in Southwick he published a work on Infant Baptism, and in his eightieth year he prepared and published a work on a kindred subject. See Presbyterianism in Central N Y. p. 500; Hough, Amer. Biog. Notes, p. 79.

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