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HART, Luther, clergyman, born in Goshen, Litchfield County, Connecticut, in July, 1783; died in Plymouth, Connecticut, 25 April, 1834. He was graduated at Yale in 1807, taught for a year in the academy at Litchfield, began the study of theology in 1808 under Reverend Ebenezer Potter, of Washington, Connecticut, and was graduated with the first class at Andover seminary. In 1809 he was licensed to preach in Massachusetts, and in 1810 was called to the Congregational church at Plymouth, Connecticut, where he continued until his death. Five hundred persons were admitted to the membership of this church during his ministrations. His works include "Christmas Sermons" (1818); "Sermons" (1826); and "Memoir of Amos Pettengill" (1834).
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