Warne, Joseph Andrews, Dd
Warne, Joseph Andrews, D.D.
a Baptist minister, born in London, England, in 1795, was converted in early life, graduated at Stepney College in 1821, in 1822 came to America, settling first in North Carolina, where, after teaching some time, he became pastor of the Church in Newbern, and afterwards principal of the Furman Academy of Edgefield, S.C. Later he came north, and supplied the pulpit successively of the First Baptist Church in Providence, R.I.; South Reading (now Wakefield), Massachusetts; Brookline (seven years); the Second Baptist Church in Providence, and the Sansom Street Church, Philadelphia. He died at Frankford, March 9, 1881. Dr. Warne was greatly interested in foreign missions. He was editor of a Baptist edition of The Comprehensive Commentary. See The National Baptist, March 17, 1881. (J.C.S.)