Woodbridge, George, Dd

Woodbridge, George, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal divine, was born in Massachusetts. He graduated at West Point, served a short period in the United States army at Old Point, and afterwards at Fort Independence, near Boston; resigned, and went to Maryland, where he edited a political newspaper. He subsequently went to the Theological Seminary at Alexandria, Virginia, graduating in 1833, was ordained by bishop Moore, and soon after was called to the Monumental Church, Richmond, where he remained until his death, February 14, 1878, at the age of seventy-four years.

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