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McKENZIE, Alexander, clergyman, born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, 14 December, 1830. He was graduated at Harvard in 1859, and at Andover theological seminary in 1861, and ordained pastor of a Congregational church in Augusta, Maine, in the latter year, remaining there until 1867. Since that date he has had charge of the First church at Cambridge, Massachusetts, and in 1886 was appointed one of the preachers to Harvard university. In 1882 he was lecturer on the theology of the New Testament in Andover seminary, of which institution he became trustee in 1876. He received the degree of D. D. from Amherst in 1879. He is also a lecturer in Harvard divinity-school, and a member and secretary of the board of overseers of Harvard. He has published "The Two Boys" (Boston, 1870); "History of the First Church, "Cambridge" (1873) ; and "Cambridge Sermons" (1883).
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