Haddock, Chas B, Dd
Haddock, Chas. B., D.D.
a Congregational minister, was born in Salisbury, N. H., in the summer of 1796. He graduated at Dartmouth College in 1816. Immediately after graduating, he entered Andover Theological Seminary, where he remained two years. He was then compelled to desist from his studies, and made a journey to the South. He returned in 1819 invigorated in health, and was at once chosen the first professor of rhetoric in Dartmouth College, which position he held till 1838, when he was chosen professor of intellectual philosophy. In 1850 he received the appointment of charge d'affaires at the court of Portugal which he held till 1855. He spent the remainder of his life at West Lebanon. For about twelve years he preached at White River Village, Vt., and for several years he supplied the pulpit at the upper and lower churches of Norwich, Vt. For a year or two he preached at West Lebanon, and for the last two years and a half of his life he preached at Queechy village, Vt. He died at West Lebanon, N. H., Jan. 15, 1861. As a preacher he was always acceptable, and never more so than during the last year of his life. — Congregational Quarterly, 1861, p. 213.