a Congregational minister, was born at Walpole, Mass., Sept. 11, 1766, and graduated at Brown University, 1788. He entered the ministry Oct. 1789, and after preaching a year in Southhold, L. I., was ordained pastor in Southampton, April 12.1792. In 1796 he removed to West Hampton. In 1801 he was ordained pastor over the churches of Fire Place and Middle Island, which he resigned in 1807. In 1818 he became principal of the For. Miss. School at Cornwall. This position he resigned in 1824, and died May 19,1832. — Sprague, Annals, 2:291.