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CUTHBERT, James Razzard, clergyman, born in Beaufort, South Carolina, 13 December 1823. He was graduated at Princeton in 1843, studied theology under his uncle, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., and became in 1847 pastor of the Wentworth Street Baptist Church, Charleston, S.C. In 1855 he was called to the pastorate of the 1st Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he remained until the beginning of the civil war in 1861. Returning to the south, he preached for some years in Augusta, Georgia, and in 1869 became pastor of the 1st Baptist Church in Washington, D. C., where he still remains (1886). He has received the degree of D. D. from Wake Forest College, N. C. He is the author of " The Life of Richard Fuller, D. D." (New York, 1879).
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