Rev Zephaniah Moore Humphrey

  • American

Zephaniah Moore Humphrey was an American Presbyterian minister and a cousin of abolitionist John Brown. - AsNotedIn



Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1824/08/20 Sophia Porter Humphrey, wife of Heman Humphrey, gives birth to a son, Zepheniah Humphrey, in Amherst, Massachusetts. Born
1843/00/00 Zepheniah M Humphrey graduates from Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Education University of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, MA
1847/00/00 Zepheniah Humphrey studies at Union Theological Seminary in 1846 and 1847. Education Union Theological Seminary New York City
1849/00/00 Zepheniah M Humphrey graduates from Andover Theological Seminary in Andover, Massachusetts. Education Academy Hill Historic District, Andover Andover, MA
1859/00/00 Zepheniah Humphrey is called to be First Church's 4th pastor. An ardent abolitionist, Humphrey will guided the church through the trials of the American Civil War. During his pastorate, Humphrey's cousin John Brown will lead an attack at Harpers Ferry. Vocation First Presbyterian Church of Chicago Chicago
1875/00/00 Rev Zepheniah M Humphrey is appointed a professor at Lane Theological Seminary (lost) in Cincinnati, Ohio. Marker is on Gilbert Avenue, 0.2 miles south of Martin Luther King Dr. Work Walnut Hills
1881/11/13 Zepheniah Moore Humphrey dies after a brief illness at age 57 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Died
1881/11/17 Rev Zepheniah Moore Humphrey is buried at Graceland Cemetery in Chicago. In Memoriam Graceland Cemetery Chicago
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