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QUINT, Alonzo Hall, clergyman, born in Barn-stead, New Hampshire, 22 March, 1828. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1846 and at Andover theological seminary in 1852, was pastor of the Mather church in Roxbury, Massachusetts, from 185a till 1863" was secretary of the Massachusetts general association of Congregational churches from 1856 till 1881, and of the national council of Congregational churches of the United States from 1871 till 1883. In 1861-'4 he was chaplain of the 2d Massachusetts infantry. He served in the legislature in 1881-'3. Dartmouth gave him the degree of D. D. in 1866. Dr. Quint is a member of many historical and genealogical societies, and served on the Massachusetts board of education from 1855 till 1861. He was, from 1859 till 1876, an editor and a proprietor of the "Congregational Quarterly," contributed numerous articles to the Dover "Inquirer," and is the author of " The Potomac and the Rapidan, or Army Notes from the Failure at Winchester to the Re-enforcement of Rosecrans" (Boston, 1864) and "The Records of the Second Massachusetts Infimtry, 1861-'5" (1867) and the " First Parish in Dover, New Hampshire" (1883).
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