Burlingame, Maxey Whipple

Burlingame, Maxey Whipple a Free-will Baptist minister, was born in Gloucester, R. I., May 4, 1805. When very young he united with the Church in his native town. His education he acquired at Killingly, Conn., and Wilbraham, Mass. In May, 1828, he was licensed, and he was ordained in 1829. With his early labors as a preacher he combined teaching. Most of his life was spent in the neighborhood of Gloucester. In 1830 he became pastor of the Church in Blackstone (Waterford), Mass., where he remained sixteen years. He was subsequently pastor for brief periods in several churches in the western part of Rhode Island, all in the vicinity of his native place; also of churches in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. From 1844 to 1859 he was a corporator of the Free-will Baptist Printing Establishment, the publishing-house of the denomination. His death occurred at Georgiaville, R. I., March 4, 1879. See R. I. Biographical Cyclop. p. 33. (J. C. S.)

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