Robinson, Isaac, Dd
Robinson, Isaac, D.D., a Congregational minister, was born at Hudson, N.H., in August 1779. Having studied under his own minister, he commenced a course of classical and theological study with Rev. Reed Paige, of Hancock. He received a call to become pastor of the Church in Stoddard, Aug. 30, 1802, and, having accepted it, was ordained Jan. 5, 1803. Here he remained until the close of his ministry and life. Mr. Robinson continued to labor with vigor until within a few weeks of his death, which occurred July 9, 1854. He published, about 1809, a pamphlet in opposition to Universalism, a sermon on the Supreme Divinity of Jesus Christ, and others. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, 2, 463.