Corser, Enoch a Congregational minister, was born at Boscawen, N.H., January 2, 1787. He attended the academy in Salisbury, and in 1811 graduated from Middlebury College. For three years he taught school in Danvers, Mass.; commenced the study of divinity in May 1814, with the Reverend Dr. Harris, of Dunbarton, and was licensed in 1815 by the Hopkinton Association. After preaching in Middleton, Massachusetts, and Colebrook, N.H., he was invited to London, where he was ordained as pastor, March 17, 1817. His labors here were attended with great success, and ended December 13, 1837. At Sanbornton Bridge he preached for nearly six years, and in May 1843, began service as stated supply to the Church at Plymouth. He held the same relation to the Church in Epping for three years, from May 1845, after which he removed to Boscawen. During the two years following he supplied, for short periods, the churches in Fisherville, Henniker, and Warner. At this time he was compelled to relinquish ministerial labors for several years, on account of an attack of palsy; but in August 1857, he began service at London, which continued until his death, June 17, 1868. See Cong. Quarterly, 1869, page 285.