Born at Brewer, Aug. 1,1838; died at Castine, Aug. 1867, aged 29. Pursued a theological course at Bangor in 1864. He was commissioned Chaplain of the 11th Me., and served on the U. S. Christian Commission, rendering valuable service at the battle of Gettysburg. His health failed, and he became a victim of pulmonary disease.
SOURCE: Bowdoin College, Obituary Record Of The Graduates Of Bowdoin College And The Medical School Of Maine For The Decade Ending 1 June 1899, p. 8