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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
Deacons. Elected.Died.Age. Samuel WatsonJuly 12, 1827Feb. 185587 Flavel CoolidgeJuly 12, 1827 Feb. 1, 184873 Isaac KimballJuly 12, 1827Oct. 14, 183174 Simon AmesDec. 28, 1831Oct. 28, 184151 Alvaro Blodgett Deac. Blodgett resigned Sept. 3, 1853, and was reelected May 25, 1860.July 28, 1843May 14, 187458 Joseph P. HowlettJuly 28, 1843 Ebenezer P. HolmanOct. 28, 1847Dec. 17, 185947 Robert WhiteMay 29, 1874 second Universalist.—By an Act of the General Court, Feb. 11, 1823, Calvin Brooks and others Mass. Spec. Laws, VI. 78. were incorporated as the Second Society of Universalists in the town of Cambridge. They held meetings for a time in a school-house on Third Street, between Bridge and Gore streets, and afterwards worshipped with the Unitarian Society in their meeting-house on Third Street. In July, 1834, the Society hired what was then called Berean Hall, on the northerly side of Cambridge Street, between Third and Fourth streets, and occupied it until the early p