Denison, Samuel D, Dd

Denison, Samuel D., D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, born in Boston in 1810, was ordained deacon in 1845; for eight years thereafter engaged in missionary work in Texas, and at Great Barrington, Massachusetts; in 1853 elected secretary and general agent of the Foreign Committee, continuing in office until 1864; recalled October 1868, to December 1870; again, March to May 1873; and again, December 1875, to November 1876; and died at White Plains, N.Y., September 3, 1880. See Whittaker, Almanac and Directory, 1881.

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