Whitehouse, Henry John, Dd, Dcl
Whitehouse, Henry John, D.D., D.C.L.
a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was born in New York city in August, 1803. He graduated at Columbia, College in 1821, and at the General Theological Seminary (Episcopal) in 1824; was ordained deacon the same year, and priest in 1827; was rector of St. Luke's Church, Rochester from 1829 to 1844, and of St. Thomas's, New York, from 1844 to 1851; was consecrated assistant bishop of Illinois, Nov. 20, 1851; was chosen to succeed bishop Chase in that diocese at the death of the latter in 1852; preached the sermon before the Pan-Anglican Council, London, in 1867, and died Aug. 10, 1874. His only publications are in the form of Sermons, Addresses, etc.