Campbell, George Washington

Campbell, George Washington, a Congregational minister, was born at Lebanon, N. H., March 25, 1794. He graduated at Union College in 1820, and at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1823. In the following: year he was ordained pastor at South Berwick, Me.. as the colleague of the Rev. John Thompson. His dismissal occurred in 1828; and on Jan. 13, 1830, he was installed pastor of the Second Church in Millbury, Mass. In July, 1833, he left that place, and after spending two years at Bradford, Vt., as acting-pastor, he was installed, Jan. 27,1836, at Newbury, which pastorate he vacated in 1850. Having removed to Haverhill, N. H., he made his residence there for two years, during which time he preached for several months at Fishersville, and for some months at Post Mill Village and Fairlee, Vt., on alternate Sabbaths. In 1853 he moved to Bradford, Mass., residing there until the close of his life. He supplied the pulpit of the church in Wolfborough, N.H. for one year, beginning May .20, 1855; of that in Kensington, two years, 1858-60; of that in Mechanics Falls, Me. for six months, 1865-66; in Bristol and Wells, several months each. He died at-Bradford; Mass., Feb.. 2, 1869. See Cong. Quarterly, 1869, p. 301.

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