Tyng, Stephen Higginson, Dd (2)
Tyng, Stephen Higginson, D.D.
an eminent Protestant Episcopal minister, was born at Newburyport, Massachusetts, March 1, 1800; graduated from Harvard College in 1817, and for two years was engaged in a mercantile life; in 1819-21 he studied theology at Bristol, R.I.; was rector at Georgetown, D.C., 1821-23; at Queen Anne Parish, Maryland, 1823-29 at St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, 1829-33; Church of the Epiphany, 1833-45; St. George's Church, N.Y., 1845-78; in 1878 he was retired as pastor emeritus, and died September 4. 1885. For several years he was editor of the Episcopal Recorder and the Protestant Churchman. He is the author of numerous volumes.