Burbank, Moses

Burbank, Moses a Baptist minister, was born at Camptoh, N. H., Oct. 2,1811. He pursued his preparatory studies at the New Hampton Institution, and was a graduate of Waterville College, Me., in 1836. For several years he devoted himself to teaching-in Hampton Falls, N. H., 1836 to 1838; in Kentucky, 1838 to 1845. He had charge of a private school in Newton, Mass., from 1854 to 1862; he was principal of an academy in Ludlow, Vt., where, at the close of his term of service, he established a paper, in connection with a partner, called the Black River Gazette, of which he was the editor. Mr. Burbank was a licensed preacher, but was never ordained. His death occurred March 11, 1867. (J. C. S.)

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