Coe, Noah

Coe, Noah a Congregational and Presbyterian minister, was born at Durham, Connecticut, May 24, 1786. He graduated at Yale College in 1808; pursued his theological studies in part at Andover in 1809 and 1810; was ordained July 3, 1811, and preached in Chester, N.Y., for two years. In 1814 he was installed over the Presbyterian Church in New Hartford, where he remained until 1835. In 1836 he commenced preaching in the Second Congregational Church in Greenwich, Conn., where he-was installed May 23, 1837. He was dismissed May 20, 1845, and was not again a settled pastor, though he preached and labored almost continuously until he was over seventy. From 1848 to 1854 he rwas engaged as a city missionary in New York city, and in Williamsburg, Long Island. He then removed to New Haven,Conn. From November, 1854, to February, 1856, he served as stated supply of the Congregational Church in Northfield, Conn., and for the succeeding year supplied the Congregational Church at New Preston Hill. He died at Hartford, May 9, 1871. He was vigilant and diligent in his parish, instructive and faithful in the pulpit. See Obituary Record of Yale College, 1871; Presbyterianism in Central N.Y. page 216.

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