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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 2 Browse Search
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was in Koningsberg, Prussia, in 1658. It is not known whether he returned. 3. John, s. of Edward (1), grad. II. C. 1649, went to Europe, preached in Edinburgh 1658, went as chaplain with Gen. Monk from Scotland to England, settled in London, where he was pastor of an Independent church, and a popular preacher at Pinnar's Hall. He was also the political agent of Massachusetts several years. He d. in London 3 Dec. 1687. His s. John was afterwards pastor of the same church. [A Rev. John Collinges, son of Edward Collinges, M. A. which Edward was one whose faithfulness in the ministry many, both in New England and old, could bear witness to. But this John is said to have been educated at Cambridge, where he was of Emmanuel College. Oct. 18, 1645, being then B. A., he was recommended for ordination and afterwards preached at Norwich 44 years. He died Jan. 1690. He was a voluminous writer. In Poole's Annotations, he was the author of Notes on the six last chapters of Isaiah,
was in Koningsberg, Prussia, in 1658. It is not known whether he returned. 3. John, s. of Edward (1), grad. II. C. 1649, went to Europe, preached in Edinburgh 1658, went as chaplain with Gen. Monk from Scotland to England, settled in London, where he was pastor of an Independent church, and a popular preacher at Pinnar's Hall. He was also the political agent of Massachusetts several years. He d. in London 3 Dec. 1687. His s. John was afterwards pastor of the same church. [A Rev. John Collinges, son of Edward Collinges, M. A. which Edward was one whose faithfulness in the ministry many, both in New England and old, could bear witness to. But this John is said to have been educated at Cambridge, where he was of Emmanuel College. Oct. 18, 1645, being then B. A., he was recommended for ordination and afterwards preached at Norwich 44 years. He died Jan. 1690. He was a voluminous writer. In Poole's Annotations, he was the author of Notes on the six last chapters of Isaiah,