Vermilye, Thomas Edward, Dd, Lld
Vermilye, Thomas Edward, D.D., LL.D.
a prominent Presbyterian minister, as born in New York city, February 27, 1803. Entering Yale in 1818, and pursuing his course with distinction, he was not given a diploma with his class in 1822 for having married during his senior year, but this was awarded in 1867. After studying theology at Princeton, he was ordained and became pastor of the Vandewater Street Presbyterian Church; N.Y., in 1826: in 1830 pastor of the Congregational Church of West Springfield, Massachusetts; 1835 to 1839 of the North Dutch Reformed Church of Albany; this charge he left to assume one of the pastorates of the Collegiate: Dutch Reformed Church in New York, celebrating in 1889 the fiftieth anniversary of his pastorate. He died March 17, 1893. See Necrological Report of Princeton Theol. Sem., 1893.