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Clergyman

Daniel Dorchester, American clergyman. Member General Conference 1908, and received 201 votes for bishop.

Background

Dorchester, Daniel was born on April 28, 1851 in Dudley, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Review Doctor Daniel and Mary Payson (Davis) Dorchester.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1874, A.M., 1880, Doctor of Divinity, 1900. University of Berlin, Germany, 1887-1888. Doctor of Philosophy., Boston University, 1891.

Career

Entered Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1876. Pastor Springfield, Vermont, 1876-1878, Hopkinton, Massachusetts, 1878-1881, Boston, 1881-1882, Newton, Massachusetts, 1882-1883. Professor of English literature, Boston University, 1883-1895.

Pastor Christ Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1895-1900, Lindell Avenue, Church, St. Louis, 1900-1903, Christ Church, Pittsburgh, 1903-1910, St. Mark’s Church, Brooklyn, 1910-1916.

Membership

Member General Conference 1908, and received 201 votes for bishop.

Connections

Married Cleora Clark, July 1, 1875.

father:
Review Doctor Daniel Dorchester

mother:
Mary Payson (Davis) Dorchester

spouse:
Cleora Clark