Mundy, Ezekiel Wilson (CAB03)

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MUNDY, Ezekiel Wilson, clergyman and librarian, was born in Metuchen, N.J., June 16, 1833; son of Luther Bloomfield and Frances Eliza (Martin) Mundy, and grandson of Ezekiel and Lovicy Mundy, and of Dr. William and Sarah (Elston) Martin. He attended the academy at Essex, Conn., and was graduated frown the Rochester university, A.B. 1860, A.M. 1863, and from the Rochester Theological seminary in 1863. He was pastor of the First Baptist church at Syracuse, 1863-66. In 1866 he helped to organize an independent church of which he was pastor until 1879. He was married. Jan. 15. 1873, to Emily, daughter of Horace and Emily (King) Kendall of Suffield, Conn. In 1882 he was confirmed in the Protestant Episcopal church. He was admitted to the diaconate the same year and to the priesthood in 1884, and was rector of St. Mark's church, Syracuse, N.Y., 1883-94. He was appointed librarian of the Syracuse Central library in 1880; was elected a member of the Historical society of Onondaga county, N.Y., in 1870, and of the Syracuse Historical and Genealogical society in 1898.