Crittenden, Samuel Worcester

Crittenden, Samuel Worcester a Presbyterian minister, was born at North Adams, Massachusetts, February 22, 1824. After devoting some time to. the study of law, he commenced a theological course in the Union Theological Seminary in 1852, continuing it one year at Princeton, and graduating at Union in 1855. He was ordained April 29, 1856, over the Gilead Presbyterian Church, Carmel, N.Y.; was pastor at Clifton, S.I., in 1858 and 1859, and subsequently at Darby, Pennsylvania, from 1862 to 1865, until he received the appointment of corresponding secretary of the American and Foreign Christian Union. After occupying this post five years, he was financial agent of the Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, in 1871 and 1872, and died in that city March 2, 1884. See N.Y. Observer, March 6, 1884. (W.P.S.)

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