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The private journal of Abraham Joseph Warner : extracts from volumes I, III, and IV (4 November 1838 to 25 December 1864)

extracted by Herbert B. Enderton
Books/Monographs
English
San Diego, California : H.B. Enderton, c1973
ix, 319 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Abraham (Abram) Joseph Warner was born in Connecticut in 1821 to Ard and Mary (Bronson) Warner, Jr. Abraham married in 1854 Emily Benson who died in 1855. He married his second wife, Frances Louisa Bishop, in 1855 in Indiana. He graduated from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, in 1842; tutored at Jubilee College in 1842-1845; was an Episcopal missionary in Sterling, Illinois, and its vicinity during 1845-1850; ordained a priest in 1847; established St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Grand Detour, Illinois in 1850; was a chaplain to the 12th Illinois Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War, serving mainly in Virginia; and was rector at Boardman, Ohio, in 1864, and of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Angelica, New York, 1881-1885.

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