ELLINWOOD, FRANK FIELD: Presbyterian; b. at Clinton, N. J., June 20, 1826; d. at Cornwall, Conn., Sept. 30, 1908. He studied at Hamilton College (B.A., 1849) and Auburn and Princeton theological seminaries, being graduated from the latter in 1852. He was ordained in 1853, and held pastorates at Belvedere, N. J., 1853-54, the Central Church, Rochester, N. Y., 1854-65. He was secretary of the Presbyterian Committee of Church Erection 1866-70 and of the Memorial Fund Committee 1870-71. Since 1871 he was corresponding secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions and from 1886 till 1904 was professor of comparative religion in New York University. He wrote Oriental Religions and Christianity (New York, 1892) and Questions and Phases of Modern Missions (1899).