Lewis, Isaac, Dd

Lewis, Isaac, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born January 21, 1746 (O.S.), in Stratford (now Huntington), Connecticut; graduated at Yale College in 1765; entered the ministry in March, 1768; and was ordained pastor at Wilton, Connecticut, October 26, 1768. He resigned his charge in June, 1786, and was installed October 18, 1786, pastor in Greenwich, and there he labored until December 1, 1818, when he gave up the work on account of the infirmities of age. He died August 27, 1840. In 1816 he was made a member of Yale College Corporation, but resigned in 1818. He published a few occasional sermons. — Sprague, Annals of the Anmerican Pulpit, 1:662.

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