Vermilye, Robert George, Dd

Vermilye, Robert George, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born in New York city, March 2, 1813. He graduated from Columbia College in 1831; was teacher in the college grammar-school until 1835; classical instructor during the two years following; and from 1837 to 1843 was adjunct professor, with Dr. Charles Anthon, of Greek and Latin. July 25,1843, he was ordained pastor of the Presbyterian Church, German Valley, N.Y., and was dismissed in 1846. In June of the latter year he was installed over the Congregational Church in Clinton, N. Y., and remained in charge until 1857, in which year' he became professor of theology in East Windsor Theological Seminary. He died in East Lyme, Conn., July 4,1875. See Cong. Quar. 1876, p. 436.

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