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October 31

Sylvanus Cobb

1867 – Sylvanus Cobb died at age 68. Born in Maine, he was an influential Universalist, working as a minister, theological journalist, legislator, and social reformer in the Boston area. He served Universalist churches in Winthrop and Waterville, Maine and in Malden, Waltham, and East Boston, Massachusetts. Read more about Sylvanus Cobb.

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