Stewart Henry Greene

Stewart Henry Greene, a Baptist minister, was born at Clarendon, Vt., April 12, 1812, and was a graduate of Brown University in the class of 1839. He spent two years in theological study at the Newton Institution, and then was ordained pastor of the Baptist Church at Cumberland Hill, R.I., where he remained nine years (1841-50). After having been pastor of the Baptist Church in Seekonk, Mass., two years, he entered the service of the American and Foreign Bible Society, and was one of its agents for eight years (1852-60). He was pastor of the Warwick, R.I., Church two years, and then, for two years, was an agent of the Freedmen's Bureau; for three years, the missionary of the Rhode Island State Convention; and for one year Indian agent in the employ of the United States government. He died in Nevada, July 27, 1871. ( J.C.S.)

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