Ross, Edward Frederick

Ross, Edward Frederick, a Presbyterian divine, was born in New York city, Feb. 12, 1826. He graduated from Union College in 1848, and entered the Andover Theological Seminary, where he pursued his theological studies for two years, when he entered the Union Theological Seminary, and graduated in 1851. He was ordained Sept. 26 of the same year, and was installed pastor of the Congregational Church of Morrisania, N.Y., in which position he remained until 1854, when he resigned and removed to Poughkeepsie. Here he remained without charge, and died at Pleasant Valley, N.Y., Feb. 22, 1855. (W.P.S.)

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