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DUNLOP, George Kelly, P. E. bishop, born in County Tyrone, Ireland, 10 November 1830. He was educated at the Royal College of Dungannon, and at Queen's University, Galway, where he graduated with honors in 1852. He came to the United States in October of the same year, was ordained deacon by Bishop Hawks, in Pahnyra, Maine, 3 December 1854, and priest in St. Louis, by the same prelate, 7 August 1856. During his deaconate Mr. Dunlop was missionary at St. Charles, Maine He then became rector of Christ Church, Lexington, Maine, and seven years afterward rector of Grace Church, Kirkwood. This latter place he held until his election to a bishopric. He was active in diocesan affairs, was a member of the standing committee, and deputy to the general convention. Dr. Dunlop was selected by the general convention of 1880 for missionary bishop of New Mexico and Arizona, and was consecrated in Christ Church, St. Louis, Maine, 21 November 1880. The same year he received the degree of S. T. D. from Racine College.
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