July 21, 1816, Millbury, Massachusetts.

March 2, 1909, Woburn, Massachusetts.

Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn, Massachusetts.


Daniel was the son of Samuel March and Zoa Park. He attended the Millbury Academy and Amherst College (1834–36), taught for two years at the Chester [Vermont] Academy, then entered Yale University, graduating in 1843.

Ordained a Congregational minister in 1845, he served in Presbyterian and Congregational churches. He had an intense interest in missions, and was known for lecturing on his world travels. His works include:

  1. Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling
  2. What Can I Do?