Theodore B. Lyman

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Theodore Benedict Lyman (November 27, 1815 – December 13, 1893), was the fourth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.[1] He was born in Brighton, Massachusetts. Father of William Whittingham Lyman. Prior to serving as Bishop of North Carolina, the Reverend Lyman was Rector, Saint John's Church at Hagerstown, Maryland and a founder of Saint James School.

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  1. ^ Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, The Bishops of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina (Apr. 8, 2001).

References[edit]

  • "Theodore Benedict Lyman". Napa County Biographies, as held on CAGenweb.com. Archived from the original on March 25, 2005. Retrieved April 13, 2005. 
  • The Episcopal Church Annual. Morehouse Publishing: New York, NY (2005).
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Episcopal Church (USA) titles
Preceded by
Thomas Atkinson
4th Bishop of North Carolina
1881 – 1893
Succeeded by
Joseph Blount Cheshire