Spackman, Henry S, Dd

Spackman, Henry S., D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was assistant minister of the Church at Francisville, Pennsylvania, in 1853, served in the same relation to St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia, in the following year, and afterwards as its rector until 1864, when he was appointed chaplain in the United States Hospital, Chestnut Hill, same city. In 1866 he became rector of Trinity Church, Williamsport, and continued in this pastorate until 1868, when he was elected chaplain of the Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia. This situation he retained until his death, February 9, 1875, aged sixtyfour years. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1876, page 149.

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