Stone, John Seely, Dd
Stone, John Seely, D.D.
a Protestant Episcopal divine, was born at West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in 1795. He graduated from Union College in 1823; was ordained deacon in 1826; began his ministry in Maryland; was afterwards (1832-41) settled in New Haven, Connecticut, Boston, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Brookline, Massachusetts; was some years lecturer in the Philadelphia Divinity School; in 1869 became dean of the Theological School at Cambridge, Massachusetts, and died there, January 13, 1882. Besides numerous tracts, etc., he published, The Mysteries Opened (1844): — Life of Bishop Griswold (eod.): — The Church Universal (1846; enlarged under the title The Living Temple, 1866): — The Contrast (1853): — Life of James Minor (1848): — Lectures on the Christian Sabbath (1867): — The Christian Sacraments (eod.).