Crampton, Ralph S

Crampton, Ralph S.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Madison, Connecticut, October 23, 1799. He studied theology in the seminary at Bangor, Maine, was licensed by a Congregational association in 1827, and about 1837 joined the Detroit Presbytery. He was secretary of the American and Foreign Christian Union, agent for the New York Temperance Society for three years, and for the same length of time secretary of the Illinois State Temperance Society. He died in Rochester, N.Y., March 25, 1864. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1866, page 212.

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