Smith, Hervey

Smith, Hervey, a Congregational minister, was born in Granby, Mass., Sept. 19, 1793. He pursued his preparatory studies with Rev. Enoch Hale, of West Hampton; entered Williams College, and graduated in 1819, and studied theology with Mr. Hale and Rev. Moses Hallock, of Plainfield, Mass. He was ordained and installed over the First Church in Stafford, Conn., Oct. 9, 1822, and remained pastor of this Church eight years. He was called to the Feeding Hills Church, West Springfield, Mass., where he remained three years, and was installed pastor of Ireland Parish, now Holyoke, continuing such for eight years. He was without charge while residing at Granby, East: Hampton, and West Hampton until his death, June 4, 1877. For several years he was secretary of Hampden County Home Missionary Society. He published two Sermons, one preached after the death of his wife, and the other after the death of his only daughter. (W.P.S.)

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