Mallary, Charles Dutton, Dd
Mallary, Charles Dutton, D.D.
an American Baptist minister, was born at Poultney, Vermont, Jan. 23, 1801. He graduated at Middlebury College in 1821, and in 1822 removed to Columbia, South Carolina; was ordained, and preached six years. He afterwards resided in Georgia, and was a principal founder of Mercer University. In the division of the denomination in 1835, on the missionary question, he advocated that system. He died July 31, 1864. Dr. Mallary published a Life of Mercer, and Soul Prosperity. — Drake, Dict. of Amer. Biog. p. 593.