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January 1

Paul Revere1735  – Paul Revere was born in Boston. Boston’s leading silversmith was official courier to carry the message that General Gage was to attack, signaling the start of the American Revolution. He was a leading member of the Second Church in Boston (Unitarian).

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William Bentley

Bentley, William (1759-1819)

He was the minister of the Second Church in Salem, Massachusetts, for 36 years; famous for ... Read More
Samuel McChord Crothers

Crothers, Samuel McChord (1857-1927)

Samuel McChord Crothers was born in Oswego, Illinois, on June 7, 1857, and died in Cambridge, ... Read More
Henry Whitney Bellows

Bellows, Henry Whitney (1814-1882)

This distinguished preacher and organizer of the Unitarian faith was born in Boston, June 1, 1814 ... Read More
Amory Dwight Mayo

Mayo, Amory Dwight (1823-1907)

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