Mckeen, Silas, Dd

McKeen, Silas, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born at Corinth, Vermont, March 16, 1791. He received his preparatory studies at Haverhill Academy, and his theological studies were conducted by Reverend Stephen Fuller at Berkshire. He was ordained pastor of the Church in Bradford in 1815, where he continued twelve years; the following year he was reinstalled, remaining there twenty-four years. Subsequently he became acting pastor of the Church at Fairlee, and four years thereafter returned to Bradford, where he died, December 10, 1877. He was moderator of the General Convention of Vermont in 1846. Dr. McKeen published several sermons and addresses. (W.P.S.)

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