Smallwood, William A, Dd
Smallwood, William A., D.D.
a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was born in Washington, D.C., in 1805. He graduated from Columbian College, Washington; studied law at Litchfield, Conn., and theology at Alexandria, Virginia; was ordained in 1829, and took charge of St. Matthew's Church, Bladensburg, and of Zion's Church, Prince George County, Maryland; in 1836 became rector of St. James's parish, in Zanesville, Ohio, where he remained seventeen years; in 1853 was pastor of Trinity Church, Chicago, Illinois; took charge, in 1857, of Zion and St. Paul's parishes, in Frederick County, Maryland; in 1861 became rector of a church in Cincinnati, Ohio, and in 1865 of Holy Trinity parish, St. Anthony's Falls, Minnesota, where he died, January 2, 1867. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. April 1867, page 153.