Seely, Amos W
Seely, Amos W.
a (Dutch) Reformed minister, was born in New York city in 1805. He graduated from Union College in 1828, and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1831. His ministry was spent chiefly in the Reformed Church in Western New York, and was greatly blessed in its results. He was a plain, earnest, practical preacher; a man of guileless character and tender piety. He died in 1865. He published two works which passed through several editions, Doctrinal Thoughts and Practical Thoughts. See Corwin, Manual of the Reformed Church. (W.J.R.T.)