1865-7, Taught Mathematics and German in Pennington Seminary, Pennington,
1867, Joined the New jersey Conference and stationed as follows: 1867,
Union St. Church, Burlington, N.J.; 1868-69, Centenary Church, Camden, N.J.;
1870-72, St, James Church, New brunswick, N.J.; 1873, Asbury Church, Buffalo,
N.Y., (Western New York Conference); 1874-76, Spring Garden St. Church,
Philadelphia, Pa., (Philadelphia Conference); 1877, Fletcher; 1878-80, Central
Church, Newark, N.J. (Newark Conference); 1881-83, St. John's Church, Brooklyn,
L.I. (New York East Conference); 1884-86, Middletown, Conn.; 1887-91, St. John's
Church, Brooklyn; 1892, First Church, New Haven, Conn.
1893- , Editor of Methodist Review.
1883, D. D., Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.
1898, L. H. D. Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.
In 1869 and 1873, traveled extensively in Europe for purposes of study,
visiting Egypt, Palestine and other countries, in the company of Rev. Drs.
Charles H. Payne and Henry W. Warren, (now Bishop Warren); lecturer and preacher
in various universities, colleges, seminaries and preparatory schools.
Member of the Joint Commission of the Methodist Episcopal Churches, North and
South, for framing a new Order of Service and new Catechism for the use of the
two churches. Member (representing his denomination) on the
Inter-Denominational Commission on Divorce and Re-Marriage. Fraternal
Delegate in 1906 from the Methodist Episcopal Church to the Methodist Church of
Canada. Trustee of Wesleyan University, Pekin University, Drew Theological
Seminary. Member of Missionary Board of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Married, July 27, 1876, Eliza W., daughter of John
Whiteman, of Philadelphia,
Address: 150 Fifth Avenue, New York City, N.Y.
Source: History of Class
of 1865 Wesleyan University, Fortieth Reunion, Middletown
Connecticut, June 27, 1905.