Richardson, Nathan Smith, Dd
Richardson, Nathan Smith, D.D.
a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was born at Middlebury, Vermont, January 8, 1810. He graduated from Yale College in 1834, studied at the General Theological Seminary, N.Y., became minister at Watertown, Conn., in 1838, at Ansonia in 1844, editor of the American Church Review in 1848, rector at Bridgeport in 1868, editor of The Guardian in 1879, and died August 7, 1883. He published Reasons Why I am a Christian, and other works.