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CUMMINGS, Ebenezer Edson, clergyman, born in Claremont, New Hampshire, 9 November 1800; died in Concord, 22 February 1886. He was graduated at Waterville (now Colby University) in 1828, and ordained pastor of the Baptist Church in Salisbury, New Hampshire, in September of the same year. From 1832-'64 he was pastor of Churches in Concord, New Hampshire He was especially active in promoting the educational interests of his state, having been president of the board of trustees of the New London institution from its beginning, and for some time a trustee of Colby University. In 1855 he received the degree of D. D. from Dartmouth. Dr. Cummings published several sermons, and left in manuscript "The Baptist Ministry of New Hampshire for the First Century of our History."
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