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YALE, Cyrus, clergyman, born in Lee, Massachusetts, 17 May, 1786; died in New Hartford, Connecticut, 21 May, 1854. He was graduated at Williams in 1811, was licensed to preach by the Hartford north association, and was ordained pastor of the church in New Hartford, Connecticut, 12 October, 1814. He remained there till 24 December, 1834, when he resigned and was pastor at Ware, Massachusetts, till 1837, after which he returned to his old congregation in New Hartford, and ministered there till his death. He published " Life of Reverend Jeremiah Halleck " (Hartford, 1828)" " Miniature of the Life of the Reverend Alvan Hyde, D.D." (1852)" " Biographical Sketches of the Ministers of Litchfield County after the Year 1800" (1852)" and single sermons and addresses.
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