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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
Bond,Charles F. Foster. 1860, Herbert H. Stimpson,Luther Crane. 1861, Luther Crane,Samuel Batchelder, Jr. 1862-1863, Herbert H. Stimpson,Samuel Batchelder, Jr. 1864, Abraham Edwards,Samuel Batchelder, Jr. 1865-1871, Samuel Batchelder, JrJ. Gardner White. 1872, Samuel Batchelder, Jr.,Jos. Fay Greenough. 1873-1874, Samuel Batchelder, JrWm. A. Herrick. 1875-1876, Samuel Batchelder, JrJ. Gardner White. Cambridgeport Parish.—A brief account has already been given (chapter XII.) of the estJ. Gardner White. Cambridgeport Parish.—A brief account has already been given (chapter XII.) of the establishment of the Cambridgeport Meeting-house Corporation, in 1805, and of the Cambridgeport Parish, in 1808; also of the erection, dedication, and destruction, of their brick meeting-house on Columbia Street, and the erection of the present meeting-house on Austin Street. The church connected with this parish was not organized until July 14, 1809. Its first pastor was Rev. Thomas Brattle Gannett, born in Cambridge, Feb. 20, 1789, H. C. 1809, and ordained Jan. 19, 1814. During his pastorate oc