Tucker, Elijah W

Tucker, Elijah W.

a Congregational minister, was born at Dorchester, Mass., March 31, 1810. He was converted at the age of twenty, graduated at Brown University in 1838, and at Andover Theological Seminary in 1841, and labored at South New Market, N. H., in 1841 sq.; Chatham, Mass., in 1846

sq.; Essex, Conn., in 1852; Goshen, Conn., 1853-58; Preston, Conn., 1858-65; and Northfield, Conn., in 1865, until his death, July 6, 1866. Mr. Tucker was a direct, earnest preacher, aid a sympathetic, watchful pastor. Revivals resulted from his labors in almost every field. See Cong, Quarterly, 1867, p. 46.

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