m that time until April 20, 1898, the parish was without a rector, but on that date, the Rev. Frank Ilsley Paradise, for four years dean of Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, accepted the call and at once entered upon his new duties.
Mr. Paradise was born in Boston and educated in the public schools and at Phillips Academy, Andover.
He was graduated from Yale University in the class of 1888, founded and presided over by Bishop Williams.
Upon his ordination to the diaconate in 1890, Mr. Paradise was called to the rectorship of St. Peter's Church, Milford, Conn., where he remained three ye been continued at intervals in Amaranth Hall by Rev. E. P. Lee of West Somerville and the Rev. F. I. Paradise.
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