Christ Episcopal Church (Montpelier, Vermont)

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Christ Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church (Montpelier, Vermont) is located in Vermont
Christ Episcopal Church (Montpelier, Vermont)
Christ Episcopal Church (Montpelier, Vermont) (Vermont)
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Christ Episcopal Church
Location 64 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont
Country United States United States
Denomination Episcopal
Years built 1840
Diocese Episcopal Diocese of Vermont
Rector The Rev. Paul Habersang

Christ Episcopal Church is a historic church located at 64 State Street in Montpelier, Vermont in the United States. It was founded in 1840. Among its founders was Dr. Julius Yemans Dewey,[1] local physician, founder of Vermont's National Life Insurance Company, and father of Spanish–American War hero Admiral George Dewey.

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  1. ^ Shaw, Albert (1898), "Admiral Dewey: A Character Sketch", The American Monthly Review of Reviews, New York: The Review of Reviews Co.: 677 

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Coordinates: 44°15′41″N 72°34′39″W / 44.261475°N 72.577615°W / 44.261475; -72.577615 (Christ Church)