Ephraim M. Wright
|Ephraim M. Wright|
|12th Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth|
|Preceded by||Amasa Walker|
|Succeeded by||Francis De Witt|
For many years Wright was engaged in teaching and political work. Wright became a minister in middle life. On July 2, 1861 Wright was ordained and installed as the eighth Pastor of the Congregational Church in Bethlehem, Connecticut, Wright was dismissed from the Pastorate on October 2, 1866. For four years, from 1864 to 1869 Wright was the acting Pastor of Congregational Church in Terryville, Connecticut.
- Cothren, William (1872), "History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut: From the First Indian Deed in 1659 to 1872, Volume II.", William Cothren, Woodbury, Connecticut, p. 1404.
- Anderson, Joseph (1892), The Churches of Mattatuck: A Record of A Bi-Centennial Celebration at Waterbury, Connecticut, November 4th and 5th, 1891., New Haven, Connecticut, p. 167.
|12th Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth
Francis De Witt