Eugene Augustus Hoffman

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Eugene Augustus Hoffman (1829 New York City - 1902) was a United States clergyman.


Hoffman was educated at Rutgers and Harvard colleges and the General Theological Seminary. He held successive rectorships at Elizabeth, New Jersey, Burlington, New Jersey, Brooklyn, New York, and Philadelphia, and in 1879 was appointed dean of the General Theological Seminary in New York. He was a man of great wealth and, with others of his family, heavily endowed this seminary. He built Christ Church and rectory at Elizabeth, and also churches at Woodbridge and Millburn, New Jersey.


His writings include Free Churches (1858) and The Eucharistic Week (1859 and 1893).



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