Thompson, William, Dd

Thompson, William, D.D.

a Congregational minister, was born at Goshen, Connecticut, February 18, 1806; graduated from Union College in 1827, and from Andover Theological Seminary in 1832; was pastor for one year, at the end of which he became Nettleton professor of the Hebrew language and literature in East Windsor (now Hartford) Theological Seminary, 1834-81; and thereafter emeritus professor and dean of the faculty until his death, February 27, 1889. Dr. Thompson was also chaplain of the Retreat for the Insane seventeen years.

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