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Adams, Ezra Eastman (1813-1871)

Name: Adams, Ezra Eastman (1813-1871)

Title: Seamen's Chaplain, Le Havre, France
Pastor, Pearl Street Congregational Church, Nashua, NH
Secretary, American and Foreign Christian Union, Philadelphia, PA
Pastor, New School Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Dartmouth College, 1864
Professor, Latin and Rhetoric, Lincoln University, Oxford, PA

Born: 08/21/1813

Birthplace: Concord, NH

Died: 11/03/1871

Death Location: Oxford, PA

Residence: Concord, NH
Hanover, NH
Lyndon, VT
London, England
St. Petersburg, Russia
Cronstadt, Russia
Liverpool, England
Harve de Grace, France 1843-1853
Nashua, NH 1853-1857
Philadelphia, PA
Oxford, PA

Nationality: American

Occupation: Clergyman

Father: Adams, Robert Morrill (1789-1861)

Mother: Eastman, Damaris (1794-1854)

Relations: Siblings:
Adams, Hannah Osgood (1815-)
Adams, James Osgood (1818-1887); printer in Manchester NH
Adams, Mary Darling (1821-)
Adams, Benjamin Osgood (1824-)
Adams, John Quincy (1827-)
Adams, Henry Croydon (1827-)

Studied with Rev. Dr. Edward Buxton, Concord, NH
Studied with Rev. Dr. Robert Ferguson, London, England

Spouse: Married (1) Betsey Berry, 1841, London, England
Married (2) Frances Stevens, 1847, Concord, NH

Children: Adams, Josiah Robert, born 12/21/1848, Paris, France
Adams, James Osgood, born 05/13/1850, Le Havre, France
Adams, Benjamin Bela, born 08/15/1851, Le Havre, France

Notes: Nathan F. Carter, The Native Ministry of New Hampshire. (Concord, New Hampshire: Rumford Printing Co., 1906), 143.

George T. Chapman, Sketches of the Alumni of Dartmouth College, From the First Graduation in 1771 to the Present Time... (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Riverside Press, 1867), 281-282.

Charles Morris, Editor. Men of the Century An Historical Work Giving Portraits and Sketches of Eminent Citizens of the United States. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: L. R. Hammersley Co., 1896), 44.

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