Source: The Congregational Yearbook, 1884, p. 17 (Note: "dismissed" means left there for another place)
ALLEN, George, son of Hon. Joseph and Dorothy (KINGSBURY) ALLEN, was born in Worcester, MAss., 1792, Feb. 1. Leicester Academy. Graduated. Yale College, 1813, and studied theology privately at Hartford, CT., and with Dr. Andrew YATES, of Union College. Home missionary on the "Holland Purchase," 1817020. Ordained 1823, Nov. 19, in Shrewsbury, Mass., as colleague with Rev. Joseph SUMNER, D.D., becoming sole pastor on the death of Dr. SUMNER is 1825; dismissed, 1840. Chaplain, State Lunatic Hospital, Worcester, 1843-58. Without charge, Worcester, until death. [a listing of 11 publications he authored is listed] Married 1815, his cousin, Eliza, daughter of Elisha PITKIN, of Enfield, Conn. Three children, deceased; died in Worcester of old age, 1883, March 31, aged 91 years and 2 months.