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The History of Cambridge: Sketches of Ministers

6. A Biographical Sketch of the Ministers of Cambridge

First Church in Cambridge

Succession of Ministers. Time of Settlement. Time of decease. Age.
Rev. Thomas Hooker at Camb. Oct. 11, 1633 July 7, 1647
Samuel Stone removed with their church to Hartford, 1636 July 2, 1663 61
Thomas Shepard 1636 Aug. 25, 1649 44
Jonathan Mitchel Aug. 21, 1650 July 9, 1668 43
Urian Oakes Nov. 8, 1671 July 25, 1681 50
Nathaniel Gookin Nov. 15, 1682 Aug 7, 1692 34
William Brattle F.R.S. Nov. 25, 1696 Feb, 15, 1717 55
Nathl. Appleton, D.D. Oct. 9 1717 Feb, 9, 1784 91
Timothy Hilliard Oct 27, 1783 May 9, 1790 44
Abiel Holmes Jan. 25, 1792
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