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The Right Reverend Theodore Dehon (December 8, 1776 – August 6, 1817) was the second Bishop of South Carolina. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Consecrators 2 References and external links 3 See also Biography Theodore Dehon was born in Boston and graduated from Harvard University in 1795. He was ordained deacon by Bishop Edward Bass, in Newburyport, Massachusetts, on December 24, 1797 and the next month began his call as rector of Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island. He was ordained priest, October 9, 1800. After paying a visit to South Carolina he was offered positions in Charleston, but demurred until 1810, when he accepted a position as rector of St. Michael's Church, Charleston. He was elected diocesan bishop in February 1812 and was consecrated on October 15, 1812. After the General Convention in New York City in 1817, he returned to Charleston but contracted yellow fever, dying August 6. He was buried St. Michael's Church. His writings met with some posthumous success. Consecrators The Most Reverend William White, 1st bishop of Pennsylvania and 1st and 4th Presiding Bishop The Right Reverend Abraham Jarvis, 2nd bishop of Connecticut The Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, 3rd bishop of New York Theodore Dehon was the 11th bishop consecrated for the Episcopal Church. References and external links Virtual American Biographies, edited from Appleton Encyclopedia Material by and about Dehon from Project Canterbury The Episcopal Church Annual. Morehouse Publishing: New York, NY (2005). See also Succession of Bishops of the Episcopal Church in the United States Diocese of South Carolina Episcopal Church (USA) titles Preceded by Robert Smith 2nd Bishop of South Carolina 1812 – 1817 Succeeded by Nathaniel Bowen Persondata Name Dehon, Theodore Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 8, 1776 Place of birth Date of death August 6, 1817 Place of death This article about an individual Anglican bishop or archbishop is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about an individual bishop of a bishopric from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e