Roe, Edward Payson (18381888)

Roe, Edward Payson, American novelist, born in New Windsor, New York; studied for the ministry and served as a chaplain during the Civil War; settled down as a pastor of a Presbyterian church at Highland Fells; made his mark as a novelist in 1872 with “Barriers Burned Away”; took to literature and fruit-gardening, and won a wide popularity with such novels as “From Jest to Earnest,” “Near to Nature's Heart,” &c. (18381888).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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