De Koven, Henry, Dd

De Koven, Henry, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was born January 24, 1819, at Middletown, Connecticut. He studied some time at the Wesleyan University there, then travelled in Europe, studied theology under Dr. Jarvis at Middletown, in 1842 became instructor of modern languages in the university there, in 1844 rector at East Haddam, in 1845 assistant minister of Christ Church, New York city, in 1848 rector at Red Hook, N.Y., in 1862 professor in the Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn., and died at Engelburg, Switzerland, July 10, 1884.

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