Coan, Titus, Dd
Coan, TITUS, D.D.
a Congregational minister, was born at Killingworth, Connecticut, February 1, 1801. He joined the Presbyterian Church at Riga, N.Y., in 1828; studied privately, graduated from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1833, was ordained the same year a missionary to Patagonia, in 1835 went to Hawaii, where he labored with great success at Hilo until his death, December 1, 1882. Besides some tracts, essays, etc., he published Adventures in Patagonia (1880): — Life in Hawaii (1882). See Cong. Year-book, 1884, page 21.