Parker, Charles Carroll, Dd

Parker, Charles Carroll, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Underhill, Vermont, September 26, 1814. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1841; studied one year at the Union Theological Seminary, N.Y.; taught at Burlington, Vermont, one year; was a Congregational pastor at Tinmouth from 1848 to 1854; thereafter served at Waterbury until 1867; at Boston Centre, Me., until 1868; at Goshen until 1871, and finally, as a Presbyterian minister, at Parsippany, N.J., until his death, February 15, 1880.

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