Crane, Jonathan, Dd

Crane, Jonathan, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born at Schenectady, N.Y., March 27, 1814. He graduated from Union College in 1832, and from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1835. He was ordained at Attleborough, Mass., October 20, 1836; remained there until June 12, 1854; was then installed over the Twentieth Street Congregational Church, New York city; from 1858 to 1859 was acting pastor at Attleborough, and for some months in Waltham, Massachusetts, and Patchogue, N.Y.; October 18, 1860, was installed over the Church at Middletown, N.Y.; resigned in 1868; was acting pastor at St. Joseph, Missouri, until 1869; thence he removed to Kalamazoo, Michigan, and supplied neighboring churches until 1875; Marshalland Mattawan, 1870 to 1873; Plainville Presbyterian Church, 1874; in 1875 returned to his pastorate in Middletown, and remained until his death, December 25, 1877. He published, Memorial of Mrs. Hannah Sanford: Memorial of Jonathan Crane, his father. (W.P.S.)

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