Huntingford, George Isaac, Dd
Huntingford, George Isaac, D.D.
an English prelate, was born in Winchester in 1748, and was educated at Winchester School and at New College, Oxford. In 1772 he became master of Westminster School; in 1789, warden of Winchester School; in 1802, bishop of Gloucester; and in 1815 bishop of Hereford. He died in 1832. Besides several Greek and Latin class-books, he published Thoughts on the Trinity, with Charges, etc. (2nd edit. Lond. 1832, 8vo); and a number of occasional sermons and charges. See Gentleman's Magazine, June and Dec. 1832; Darling, Cyclop. Bibliographica, 1, 1584 Allibone, Dictionary of Authors, 1, 924. Huntington, Joseph, D.D., a Congregational minister, was born in 1735, at Windham, Conn. He graduated at Yale College in 1762, and was ordained pastor of the First Church, Coventry, Conn., June 29, 1763, where he died Dec. 25, 1794. In 1780 he was made a member of the board of overseers of Yale College. He published A Plea before the Ecclesiastical Council at Stockbridge in the Case of Mrs. Fiske, excommunicated for marrying a profane Man (1779): — An Address to his Anabaptist Brethren (1783): — Thoughts on the Atonement of Christ (1791): — Calvinism improved (post, 1796); and a few occasional sermons. — Sprague, Annals, 1, 602.