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Cyrus Townsend Brady (1861–1920)

Brady, Cyrus Townsend. An American clergyman and author; born in Allegheny, PA, Dec. 20, 1861; died in 1920. He was ordained to the Episcopal ministry, in 1890, and was chaplain of the 1st Pa. vol. infantry during the Spanish-American War. Among his published works are: ‘For Love of Country’ (1898); ‘The Grip of Honor’ (1899); ‘Commodore Paul Jones’ (1900); ‘An Apostle of the Plains’; ‘The Blue Ocean’s Daughter’ (1907); ‘As the Sparks Fly Upward’ (1911); ‘The Island of Surprise’ (1915); ‘The Web of Steel’ (1916); and many others.