George David Cummins papers, 1846-1875.

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Cummins, George D. (George David), 1822-1876. George David Cummins papers, 1846-1875.

George David Cummins papers, 1846-1875.

The correspondence by and about this militant Low Church-leader is chiefly from himself and others to Bishop William Rollinson Whittingham. It includes material concerning his work in Trinity Parish, Washington, D.C., 1854-1857, and rectorship of St. Peter's Church, Baltimore, 1858-1862. Some printed sermons on slavery, the Civil War, and other topics are included. Subsequent papers relate to Cummins's transfer to Trinity Church, Chicago, 1863; election as Assistant Bishop of Kentucky, 1866; his conduct while in office; and episcopal services which he performed for Bishop Whittingham in Maryland, 1867. Some letters concern a dispute with Bishop Henry J. Whitehouse and troubles in the Diocese of Illinois. There are substantial holdings on the schism in the Protestant Episcopal Church brought about by Cummins, his renunciation of the Episcopal ministry, his deposition, 1874, his influence in Virginia and attraction for Methodists, and the founding of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

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Trinity Evangelical Church (Chicago, Ill.)

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Whitehouse, Henry John, 1803-1874

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Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Illinois. From the description of Henry John Whitehouse papers, 1824-1875. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 664573028 ...

Cummins, George D. (George David), 1822-1876

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American clergyman. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Lexington, to Noble Butler, 1870 May 28. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270523005 Assistant Bishop of Kentucky and founder of the Reformed Episcopal Church. From the description of George David Cummins papers, 1846-1875. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 656424620 ...

Trinity Church (Washington, D.C.)

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Reformed Episcopal Church

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St. Peter's Church (Baltimore, Md.)

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Episcopal Church. Diocese of Illinois

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Whittingham, William Rollinson, 1805-1879

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William Rollinson Whittingham was born in New York City, N.Y., and graduated from the General Theological Seminary in 1825. He was ordained as an Episcopal priest in 1829 and became rector of Saint Mark's Church in Orange, N.J. Whittingham later served as rector of Saint Luke's Church in New York City, and in 1835 became a professor of ecclesiastical history at the General Theological Seminary. In 1840, he was elected Episcopal bishop of Maryland, the youngest American bishop to date, and served...

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Episcopal Church. Diocese of Kentucky. Assistant Bishop (1866-1874 : Cummins)

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