Boynton, Beman

Boynton, Beman a Baptist minister, was born at Worcester, Mass., in 1767, and at an early age removed to Weathersfield, Vt. He became a Christian when about twelve years of age, and when twenty-five rears old united with the Church in Chester. He was ordained in 1809, and was called to the pastorate of the Church in North Springfield, where he remained for thirteen years, when, on account of ill-health, he resigned. He died very suddenly at Weathersfield, June 24, 1849. "Few men have won a larger share of esteem, and few have had less real faults." See Watchman and Reflector, July 5, 1849. (J. C. S.)

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