Noble, Oliver

Noble, Oliver an American divine of some note, was born at Hebron, Conn., about 1742, and was educated at Yale College, class of 1757. He was ordained to the work of the ministry in 1759, and became pastor of the Congregational Church at Coventry, Conn., where he remained until 1761. In 1762 he accepted a call to the pastorate at Newbury, Mass., and in 1783 resigned this place to accept the same position at Newcastle, N. H., where he labored until his death in 1792. He published a discourse on Church Music (1774), and on The Boston Massacre (1775).

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