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MORRIS, Edward Dafydd, educator, born in Utica, New York, 31 October, 1825. He was graduated at Yale in 1849 and at Auburn theological seminary in 1852, and ordained pastor of a Presbyterian church in Auburn, New York In 1855 he was called to Columbus, Ohio, and, after laboring there till 1867, he was elected professor of church history and polity in Lane theological seminary, Cincinnati. In 1874 he was transferred to the chair of systematic theology. He received the degree of D. D. from Hamilton college in 1868, and that of EL. D. from Maryville college, Tennessee, in 1885. Besides contributing to the periodicals of his denomination, Professor Morris has published "Outlines of Theology" (Cincinnati, 1880) ; " Ecclisiology " (New York, 1885): " Scripture Readings" (Cincinnati, 1886) ; and "Salvation after Death" (New York, 1887).--His eldest son, Edward Parmelee, is professor of Latin in Williams college.
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