Parmelee, Simeon, Dd

Parmelee, Simeon, D.D.

a centenarian Congregational minister, was born at West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, January 16, 1782. He was a student of Middlebury College for a few months; then studied theology with Reverend Lemuel Havnes, of West Rutland, Vermont. He was ordained pastor of the Church at Westford, August 31, 1808, and was dismissed, August 8, 1837. From November 9 of that year to April 26, 1843, he was pastor in Williston. He served for a time as acting-pastor at Underhill, and was installed there September 11, 1844, and dismissed November 9, 1854. From 1852 to 1854 he was acting pastor at Milton; from 1854 to 1857 at Tinmouth; from 1857 to 1863 at Underhill; from 1863 to 1866 at Swanton. With the exception of a short time, during 1868 and 1869, when he again supplied Westford, he resided after 1866, without charge, at Oswego, N.Y. He died there, February 10, 1882. See Cong. Year-book, 1883, page 27.

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