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April 24

Eminent Unitarians

1859 – William Turner died at 95. An outstanding Unitarian minister for 60 years of Newcastle-on-Tyne in England, he compiled the important book Lives of Eminent Unitarians (1840).

 

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Notable in UU History
C.C. Felton By Joseph Ames President from 1860-1862

Felton, Cornelius Conway (1807-1862)

Biographical Introduction Cornelius Conway Felton, the twentieth president of Harvard College, was born in West Newbury, ... Read More
Nathaniel Bowditch

Bowditch, Nathaniel (1773-1838)

When his father—a shipmaster in Salem, Massashusetts—faced financial troubles, Nathaniel’s formal education ended. Self-education continued on ... Read More
Hosea Ballou

Ballou, Hosea (1771-1852)

The central figure in the Universalist movement in the 19th century, Ballou was born the eleventh ... Read More
Buckminster Fuller

Fuller, Buckminster (1895-1983)

Richard Buckminster Fuller, who discovered the most economical way of being able to use space, was ... Read More