Wyatt, William E, Dd
Wyatt, William E., D.D.
a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, a native of New York city, was ordained deacon in 1810, and priest shortly after. In 1811 he was pastor of St. John's Parish, Newtown, R.I.; in 1814 he became associate rector of St. Paul's Parish, Baltimore, subsequently succeeding to the rectorship, which he retained until the close of his life. He died June 24,1864, aged seventy-six years. Through all this period he was a member of the Standing Committee of his diocese; was delegate to every General Convention; and during thirty years was president of the Lower House. In 1820 he was professor of theology in the University of Maryland He published .a volume of Family Prayers: — a volume of Bishop Kemp's; Sermons: — the Christian Altar: — and a number of pamphlets, tracts, etc. See American Quar. Church Rev. Oct. 1864, p. 483.