|Date of Conference Journal Memoir/Obituary||March 22 - 26, 1880|
|Deceased Person||Bishop Gilbert Haven|
|Birth||1821 in Malden, Mass|
|Death||1/3/1880 in Malden, Mass.|
|Church Service, Charges Served, Affiliated Locations, and Other Biographical Information||[White] Early life was as clerk in dry goods house. Converted at Wilbraham in 1839. Graduated from Wesleyan University Middletown. Was commisioned Chaplain of Eighth Massachusetts Volunteers, first troops that passed through Baltimore during Civil War. Went to Africa & became sick there in 1876.|
|Family and Other Information||His parents were from New England; grandfather was Chaplain in Revolution & spent winter with General Washington at Valley Forge.|
|Online PDF Page Number (if available)||pdg pg 15|
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