Nichols, John Cutler

Nichols, John Cutler a Congregational minister, was born at West Brookfield, Mass., Nov. 17, 1801; and was educated at Yale College, class of 1824. He then entered upon the study of theology in the Yale divinity school, and graduated in 1830. He was ordained as evangelist by the Brookfield Association Oct. 12,1831, and went to labor in Canada. In 1834 he was called as pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Stonington, Conn., and remained in that charge until 1839. In 1840 he was offered and accepted the pastorate at Lebanon, Conn. In 1854 he left the ministry, and engaged in teaching, and was thus employed at Lynn, Conn., until his death, Jan. 8, 1868. See Congreg. Qu. vol x.

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