January 18, 1847, Montville, Connecticut.

March 24, 1920.


Son of Rev. George Hubbard Winchester and member of the Methodist Episcopal denomination, Caleb graduated from Wesleyan University (AD 1869, MA 1872), became Professor of English Literature there in 1873, and lectured at Amherst, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, and other universities. He received an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from Dickinson College in 1892. He edited the Wesleyan Alumni Record, Addison’s Roger de Coverley Papers, and The Athenaeum Press Series. He was living in Middletown, Connecticut, as of 1915. His works include:

  1. Lord Our God Alone Is Strong, The

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