Randall, George Maxwell, Dd

Randall, George Maxwell, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal minister, was born at Warren, R.I., November 23, 1810. He graduated from Brown University in 1835, and from the General Theological Seminary in New York in 1838. Soon after he became rector of the Church of the Ascension at Fall River, Massachusetts, where he remained six years, and then removed to Boston to take charge of the newly constituted Church of the Messiah, where he continued from 1844 to 1866. During most of this time he was the editor of the Christian Witness, the leading organ of the Episcopal Church in New England. He was chosen, in the fall of 1865, missionary bishop of Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico, and performed the duties of that office most faithfully for seven years. He died at Denver, Colorado, September 28, 1873. Bishop Randall published several sermons and tracts.

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