Bolles, Lucius Stillman

Bolles, Lucius Stillman a Baptist minister, son of the preceding, was born at Salem, Mass., July 16, 1808, and graduated from Brown University in 1828. It was his purpose to enter the medical profession, and with this end in view he studied at the medical school of Harvard College, and received the degree of M.D. in 1831. Subsequently he spent two years at the Newton Theological Institution, 1831-33, and was ordained at Lynn, Nov. 20, 1833. Here he remained until his death, which occurred July 24, 1837. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, 6, 476; Bolles Genealogy, p. 29; Newton General Catalogue, p. 12. (J. C. S.).

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