Pennell, George Caspar, Dd

Pennell, George Caspar, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal minister, was born in New York city, July 11, 1832. He graduated from Columbia College in 1852, and from the General Theological Seminary in 1855; was successively assistant rector of St. Paul's, Troy; rector of Grace Church, and afterwards of St. James', Buffalo; of St. Mary's, Mott Haven; of Christ Church, Rouse's Point; of St. John's, Newark, N.J.; and finally of St. John's Mission, Deadwood, Nebraska, where he died, May 20, 1882.

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