Warren, William, Dd
Warren, William, D.D.
a Congregational minister, was born at Waterford, Maine, October 21, 1806. He was a student at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts; also in Bowdoin College from 1834 to 1836; graduated from Andover Theological Seminary in 1838; preached in Wells, Maine, six months; was ordained at Windham, February 14, 1840; installed at Upton, Massachusetts, November 14, 1849; dismissed April 29, 1856; was district secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions for northern New England, residing at Gorham, Maine, from 1857 to 1878, and died January 28, 1879. He published, Geography and Atlas (1843): — Household Consecration and Baptism (1846): — Teacher's Istitute Lecture (1848): — Spirit's Sword (1853): — Funeral Sermon: — Religious Progress: — A Voice to the Young, and other sermons. Also a work on, Theories of the Will: — Twelve Years with the Children: — Our Indebtedness to Missions. See Cong. Year-book, 1880, page 31.