Cook, Nehemiah Baldwin

Cook, Nehemiah Baldwin a Congregational minister, was born at Hampton, N.Y., September 20, 1798. He graduated from Andover Theological Seminary in 1821; in 1823 was appointed a home missionary in Wayne County, Pennsylvania, served one year, and was ordained August 31, 1825; from that time till 1833 he was acting pastor of the Presbyterian churches in Babylon and Fresh Pond, L.I., and during the three succeeding years at Riverhead and Southhold. He was installed pastor in Stonington, Connecticut, March 7, 1838, from which he was dismissed in May 1859. From June 1864, to October 1867, he was acting pastor in Ledyard, and subsequently resided there without charge until his death, November 17, 1879. He published two Funeral Sermons. See Cong. Year-book, 1880, page 16.

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