Edward Henry Hall (1831 – )

HALL, Edward Henry, clergyman; b. Cincinnati, Apr. 16, 1831; s. Edward B. and Harriet (Ware) H.; A.B., Harvard, 1851; grad. Harvard Div. Sch., 1855 (S.T.D., 1902). Ordained Unitarian ministry, 1859; chaplain Mass. vols. In Civil War; pastor Plymouth, Mass., 1859-67, Worcester, 1869-82, Cambridge, 1882-93. Fellow Am. Acad. Arts and Sciences; mem. Mass. Hist. Soc. Author: Orthodoxy and Heresy in the Christian Church. 1874; Lessons on the Life of St. Paul, 1885; Discourses. 1893; Papias and His Contemporaries, 1899: Paul the Apostle, 1906.

Address: 14 Craigie St.,, Cambridge, Mass.”

Source:  Who’s Who in America,  Vol. 6, by Albert Nelson Marquis, A.N. Marquis Co., Chicago, 1910-1911, page 817

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