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GALLAtIER, John Nicholas, P. E. bishop, born in Washington, Kentucky, 17 February, 1839. He was educated at the University of Virginia, and entered on the study of law in Lexington, Virginia, but soon afterward went to the General theological seminary, New York City. He was ordained deacon by Dr. Cummins, assistant bishop of the diocese, in Christ Church, Louisville, Kentucky, 7 June, 1868, and priest by Bishop J. P. B. Wilmer, in Trinity Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, 30 May, 1869. During his diaconate he served as assistant minister in Christ Church, Louisville, and on his ordination to the priesthood became rector of Trinity Church, New Orleans. He was subsequently, for a short time, rector of Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland, and afterward of Zion Church, New York City. In 1875 he received the degree of S. T. D. from Columbia. In 1879 he was elected bishop of Louisiana, and was consecrated in Trinity Church, New Orleans, 5 February, 1880.
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