Everest, Charles William, an Episcopal
clergyman, was born at East Windsor,
Conn., May 27, 1814; graduated at Trinity
College, Hartford, in 1838; was ordained
priest in 1842, and became at once rector of
the parish of Hampden, near New Haven,
Conn., where he remained for thirty-one
years. He died at Waterbury, Conn., January
11, 1877, being at the time an officer in
the Society for the Increase of the Ministry.
His volume is titled Visions of Death
and Other Poems, 1833.
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