Brown, Caleb

Brown, Caleb a Baptist minister, was born in Sudbury, Massachusetts, December 4, 1791. In early manhood he removed to Rockingham, Vermont, where he united with that Church. He spent about two years at the theological institution in Hamilton, N.Y.; in 1829 became pastor of the Church in Wilton, N.H., and subsequently preached in Townsend, Winchester, and Westminster, Massachusetts. For three years he was pastor in Scituate, then removed to Wairner, N.H., and supplied churches in the vicinity. In 1842 he went to Weare, remaining there nearly three years, then returned to arne and labored as before. In 1851 he became pastor of the Church at, Conway. At the end of three years he took up his residence in Concord, where for four years he acted as chaplain in the state prison. He died at Concord, October 30, 1875. (J.C.S.).

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