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United States (United States) (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Frederick (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Millwood (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Richard Kidder Meade (search for this): entry meade-william
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
Meade, William -1862 Clergyman; born near Millwood, Frederick (now Clarke) co., Va., Nov. 11, 1789; son of Richard Kidder Meade, one of Washington's confidential aides; graduated at Princeton in 1808, and became a minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was an earnest and active worker for his church and the best interests of religion. In 1829 he was made assistant bishop of the diocese of Virginia, and became bishop on the death of Bishop Moore in 1841. For several years he was the acknowledged head of the evangelical branch of the Church in the United States. In 1856 he published Old churches, ministers, and families in Virginia. He died in Richmond, Va., March 14, 1862.
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