Karr, William Stevens, Dd

Karr, William Stevens, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Newark, N.J., January 9, 1829. He studied at Rutgers College in 1847-48; graduated from Amherst in 1851, and from Union Theological Seminary in 1854; was pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1854-67; at Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1867-68; Keene, N.H., 1868-72; Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, 1873-75; and Riley professor of theology in Hartford Theological Seminary thereafter until his death, March 4, 1888. He edited two volumes of Prof. H.B. Smith.

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