Worrell, Charles Flavel, Dd
Worrell, Charles Flavel, D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania, June 30, 1805. He graduated from Lafayette College in 1836 and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1840. He was licensed by the Presbytery of Newton in 1839. During his last year in the seminary he supplied the churches of Knowlton and Blairstown, N.J., preaching half of his time in Titusville. He was ordained an evangelist by the Newton Presbytery, and supplied the Upper Freehold (now Perrineville) Church for two years, when he was installed pastor. He labored here for twenty-five years, when he was released, in 1868, and supplied the Plumsted Church at New Egypt for one year. His next charge was at Squan Village, where he was installed in 1880. He then retired in very infirm health to his farm in Perrineville, and gradually declined until his death, January 27, 1881. See Necrol. Report of Princeton Theol. Sent. 1881, page 58. (W.P.S.)