Colman, Ebenezer a Congregational minister, was born at Ashby, Massachusetts. In 1815 he graduated fromBrown University; subsequently studied theology at Rindge, N.H., under the tutorship of Reverend Seth Payson, and after three years was ordained pastor at Tiverton, R.I. His fields of labor comprised much of Rhode Island and New Hampshire until 1842, when he removed to western New York, where he remained until 1855. The last three years of his ministry were spent with the Church at Lamoille, Illinois. He resided in Detroit, Mich., during the last year of his life, and died there, June 15, 1859, aged sixty-nine years. His preaching is said to have been solemn and convincing. See Cong. Quarterly, 1860, page 84.