Trapier, Paul, Dd

Trapier, Paul, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, a graduate of the General Theological Seminary, was for several years prior to 1856 rector in Charleston. S.C. In 1857 he resided in Lynchburg, Virginia, and remained there until 1859, when he removed to Camden, S.C., having been appointed professor of ecclesiastical history and the evidences of Christianity in the theological seminary there. When the seminary was removed, in 1866, to Spartansburg, Dr. Trapier removed to that place, holding the same professorship. In 1868 he was assigned to ecclesiastical history and exegesis. In 1870 he removed to Locust Grove, Md., and became rector of Shrewsbury parish, where he remained until his death, July 12, 1872, aged sixty-six years. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1873, page 133.

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