Arnold, Albert Nicholas, Dd

Arnold, Albert Nicholas, D.D.

a Baptist minister, was born at Cranston, R.I., February 12, 1814. He graduated from Brown University in 1838, and from the Newton Theological Institution in 1841; was ordained pastor at Newburyport, Massachusetts, September 14, 1841; in 1843 appointed a missionary to Greece, and stationed successively at Athens and in the island of Corfu. For eleven years he was engaged in his missionary work, and then returned to the United States. For twoo years he was a professor at Newton, for seven years pastor of the Church at Westborough, Massachusetts, for five years professor in the Hamilton Theological Institution, and for four years professor in the Chicago Theological Seminary. In 1878 he returned to his early home, near Providence, R.I., where he died, October 11, 1883. See Rhode Island Biog. Encyclop. s.v. (J.C.S.)

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