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GRAY, George Zabriskie, clergyman, born in New York City, 14 July, 1838. He was graduated at the University of New York in 1858. Prom 1859 till 1861 he studied for the ministry at the Alexandria seminary. He was ordered deacon by Bishop Horatio Potter, 22 April, 1862, and ordained priest by the same bishop on 22 January 1863. After holding pastorates in Vernon, New Jersey, Kinderhook, New York, and Bergen Point, New Jersey, he was appointed, in 1876, dean of the Protestant Episcopal theological school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which place he now occupies (1887). The University of New York gave him the degree of D.D, in 1876. He has published "The Children's Crusade in the Thirteenth Century" (Boston, 1872); "Recognition in the World to Come" (New York, 1875); and "Husband and Wife, or the Theory of Marriage" (Boston, 1885). --His brother, Albert Zabriskie, clergyman, born in New York City, 2 March, 1840, was graduated at the University of New York in 1860, and at the General theological seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in 1864. During the civil war he served as chaplain of the 4th Massachusetts cavalry. After holding various pastorates, he was elected warden of Racine College, Wisconsin, in 1882, which post he now occupies (1887), and he has been associated with the work of Church reform and reunion in Europe undertaken by the Protestant Episcopal Church, and was a delegate to the general convention in 1886. His publications are "The Land and the Life, or Sketches and Studies in Palestine" (New York, 1876) ; "Mexico as it Is" (1878) ; "Words of the Cross" (1880) ; and "Jesus Only, and Other Sacred Songs" (1882).
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