Williams, William Frederick, Dd

Williams, William Frederick, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Utica, N.Y., January 7, 1818. For a time he studied at Yale College; graduated in 1847 from Auburn Theological Seminary; in 1848 was licensed, and ordained by the Presbytery of Utica; the same year commissioned by the American Board, and sailed for Syria, his first station being at Beyrout. Thence he was transferred to Mosul, and next was called to Mardin, East Turkey, where he died, February 14, 1871. For some years he was especially engaged in training native helpers and preachers.

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