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Truman Marsh

February 24, 1768
March 28, 1851
Home Town:
Litchfield, CT
Later Residences:
Baltimore, MD
New Milford, CT
Litchfield, CT
Clarissa Seymour Marsh (October 22, 1799)
Biographical Notes:
Truman Marsh was born in Litchfield, Connecticut, on February 24, 1768. After completing his education in the common schools he was prepared for college by the Rev. George Beckwith, the Congregational minister of Litchfield South Farms. He then entered into his studies at Yale College, and graduated in 1786.

After graduation Mr. Marsh went to Maryland and became a tutor and instructor at Cokesbury College near Baltimore, under the Rev. Levi Heath who gave him a full theological course of study at the same time. After his ordination Mr. Marsh also began assisting Mr. Heath in the parochial work of St. John’s parish in Baltimore. He desired to become a clergyman in his native state however, and when the parish of St. John’s in New Milford, Connecticut became vacant he gladly accepted ...

Other Education:
Graduated from Yale College in 1786

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Religious Calling

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