Morgan Dix, 1827–1908, American Episcopal clergyman, b. New York City; son of John A. Dix. He was rector of Trinity Church in New York City from 1862 to 1908. Among his writings are Memoirs of John Adams Dix (1883) and History of the Parish of Trinity Church in the City of New York (4 vol., 1898–1906). A fifth part on the rectorship of Dr. Morgan Dix himself was added to the History in 1950.
See biography by W. A. Swanberg (1968).
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