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[p. 96] 1796.——Warren. Thomas Mason for six months. A large, powerful man; a great wrestler. Settled as minister of Deerfield, 1799. Fall 1796, 1797. Leonard Woods of Princeton, for six months. Joined the church under Dr. Osgood. President Andover Theological Seminary. Died there Aug., 1854, aged 81. 1798, 1799. David A. White of Methuen, to Aug., 1799. Afterward Latin tutor in Harvard College nearly four years, State senator, member of Congress, judge of Probate, Essex Co. Died Mar. 30, 1861, aged 84. 1800 to 1802. Abner Rogers of Hampstead, N. H. Afterward proctor in Harvard College, then a highly respectable lawyer in Charlestown. Died there Feb. 23, 1814. 1802. Daniel Kimball of Bradford. Afterward minister in Hingham, then principal of Academy in Needham. 1802. Peter Nourse, six months. Afterward librarian of Harvard College, then minister in——. Aug., 1803, Aug., 1805. Daniel Swan of Medford. Studied medicine with Gen'l Brooks, afterward physician in Brighton and in Medford since 1816. Died Dec. 5, 1864, aged 83. 1805. Jacob Coggin of Woburn, six weeks during college vacation. Afterward minister in Tewkesbury. Died there in 1855. 1805. Amos Willard Rugg of New Hampshire. Died in Medford, Sept., 1805, after a short sickness of brain fever. Sept. 1805 to 1807. Samuel Weed of Amesbury. Studied medicine with Gen'l Brooks, afterward physician in Portland. Died Nov. 24, 1857, aged 83. 1807. Noah Kendall. Assisted by his wife and his brother. 1821. Luther Angier of Natick. Afterward postmaster in Medford; continues to reside there . ——Baker. Afterward (in one year) went to Charlestown by invitation on a larger salary.
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