Fillmore, Isaac Otis, Dd

Fillmore, Isaac Otis, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born July 15, 1816, at Sennett, N.Y. He graduated with honor at Union College in 1840, and soon after entered Princeton Seminary, where he spent nearly two years in study. He was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Troy, February 18, 1842; ordained and installed at Cambridge. Washington County, by the same presbytery, September 15, 1843; labored there twelve years, and was next at Batavia two and a half years; then became pastor of the Park Central Church, Syracuse, for seven years; in 1866 took charge of the Church at Knowlesville, where he labored four years, and then went to California, and for two years preached at San Francisco, Marysville, and other important places. After this he returned to the East, preached (1873-74) at Jordan, N. Y., and then at Green Island, Albany County, where he died, October 22, 1875. See Necrol. Repoirt of Princeton Theol. Sem. 1876, page 24.

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