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Frederick Ancrum De Rosset


Frederick Ancrum De Rosset, American clergyman. Mason.


Rosset, Frederick Ancrum De was born on April 13, 1856 in Wilmington, North Carolina, United States. Son of Armand John (Doctor of Medicine and Eliza Jane (Lord) D.


Student of University of the South, 1872-1879, Master of Arts, 1878. General Theological Seminary, New York, 1879-1882.


Deacon, 1880, priest, 1882, Protestant Episcopal Church. Curate Holy Trinity Church, Harlem, St. Thomas, New York, St. Andrew’s, Harlem, St. George’s, New York, 1880-1881, Zion Church, Wappinger’s Falls, New York, 1881-1883. Tutored at St. John’s School, Manlius, New York, and curate at Larchmont, New York, 1883.

Curate Calvary Church, New York, 1883-1884, St. Mark’s, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1884-1887. Rector Trinity Church, Natchez, Mississippi, 1887-1892, Church of the Redeemer, Cairo, Illinois, 1892-1901, and archdeacon of Cairo. Rector St. Paul’s pro-cathedral and archdeacon of Springfield, 1901-1910.

Again rector Cairo, June 29, 1910-1913. Rector Church Holy Communion, Charleston, South Carolina., February 1, since 1913. Secretary standing committee diocese of Springfield.

Honorary and organizing secretary for United States of America of the Jerusalem and the East Mission. In charge Orphanage of the Holy Child, Springfield, Illinois. Treasurer Province of Illinois.

Secretary joint commission on ecclesiastical relations of General Convention, since 1898.




Married Mary Williams Green, October 10, 1882.

Armand John Rosset

Mary Williams Green