Robinson, George Marshall

Robinson, George Marshall, a Baptist minister, was born in Buckfield, Me., July 13, 1821. He was a graduate of Waterville College in the class of 1850. He studied theology at Newton, and was ordained pastor of the Church in Sidney, Me., in the summer of 1853. On leaving Sidney in 1854, he preached in several churches, chiefly as a temporary supply, the state of his health not allowing him to take a regular pastorate. For several years before his death he gave sup preaching entirely, and was engaged in business. He died at Livermore, Me., April 29, 1873. (J.C.S.)

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