Parker, Benjamin Clark Cutler
Parker, Benjamin Clark Cutler a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, son of bishop Samuel Parker of New England, was born at Boston, June 6,1796, and was educated at Harvard University, class of 1822. He determined to enter the sacred ministry; and, after pursuing his studies very carefully and assiduously, he was ordained priest May, 17, 1826. He then preached in various places, and finally took charge of the "Floating Chapel for Seamen" in New York City, where he labored fifteen years with ability and fidelity. He died at New York Jan. 28, 1859.