Day, Samuel

Day, Samuel a Congregational minister, was born at Wrentham, Massachusetts, April 14, 1808. He graduated from Williams College in 1833; for a time taught in Wrentham and at Troy, N.Y.; preached for two years in West Troy; September 23, 1840, was ordained pastor in Wolcottville, Connecticut, remaining until June 1845; eight years following was agent of the American and Foreign Christian Union; then became acting pastor at Bellows' Falls, Vermont, in 1854; Princeton, Illinois, in 1859; Amboy, in 1860; chaplain of the 8th Regiment Illinois Volunteers in 1862; in 1866 removed to Ann Arbor, Michigan, without charge, and died in Brooklyn, N.Y., April 3, 1881. See Cong. Year-book, 1882, page 28.

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