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us: Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845

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    • us: Beasley, Frederic, 1777-1845
    • us: Nazianzen, Gregory, 1777-1845
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        North Carolina
    • Death Place

        Elizabeth (N.J.)
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        (itoamc) Clergy
          (itoamc) College administrators
      • Sources

        • found: nuc88-119186: Jackson, J. Letter of the Rev. Mr. Jackson to Gregory Nazianzen [MI] 1813 (hdg. on CSt rept.: Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845)
        • found: His An inaugural discourse delivered in Christ's Church, Baltimore, on the 31st December 1808, 1810: t.p. (Rev. Frederic Beasley, A.M.)
        • found: His Serious reflections addressed to Episcopalians in Maryland, 1813: p. 35 (Gregory Nazianzen)
        • found: His A sermon, delivered before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1815: t.p. (Rev. Frederick Beasley, D.D. provost of the University of Pennsylvania)
        • found: Episcopal Church. Diocese of New Jersey. Convention (1832 Aug. 2-3 : Morristown, N.J.). Journal of the proceedings, 1832: p. 8 (Frederick Beasley, president)
        • found: Sprague, W. Annals of the Amer. pulpit, v. 5 (Frederick Beasley, D.D.; grad. College of New Jersey, 1797; from 1798-1800 a tutor at the College of New Jersey while studying theology under Rev. Dr. Samuel Stanhope Smith, president of the college; ordained 1801; rector St. John's Church, Elizabethtown, N.J., 1801-3; rector St. Peter's Church, Albany, N.Y., 1803-9; associate rector St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, Md., 1809-13; provost of the University of Pennsylvania, 1813-28; rector St. Michael's Church, Trenton, N.J.,1829-36; retired to Elizabethtown, N.J.; author of numerous titles, including: Serious reflections addressed to Episcopalians in Maryland, 1813; b. 1777 near Edenton, N.C.; d. Nov. 1, 1845 at Elizabethtown)
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