Colburn; Moses Mclellan

Colburn; Moses McLellan a Congregational minister, was born at Fair Haven, Vermont, September 17, 1819. He studied at Burr Seminary, Manchester, and graduated from the University of Vermont in 1844; then taught in Montpelier two years, and graduated from Andover Theological Seminary in 1850. The next year he was ordained pastor of Pacific Church, New Bedford, Massachusetts; in 1852 was installed at South Dedham (now Norwood), where he remained until 1866; in that year became acting pastor at Waukegan, Illinois; and after a four years' service assumed the same relation to the Church at St. Joseph, Mich., where he remained until his death, January 26, 1876. Mr. Colburn was a conscientious student and an instructive preacher. See Cong, Quarterly, 1877, pages 413, 431,

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