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MUNGER, Theodore Thornton, clergyman, born in Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York. 5 March, 1830. He was graduated at Yale in 1851, and at the theological seminary in 1855. He was pastor of Congregational churches at Dorchester, Massachusetts, in 1856-'60; Haverhill, 1862-'70; and Lawrence, 1870-', 5. He was stationed at San Jose, California, for a time, established a Congregational church there in 1875-'6, was pastor at North Adams, Massachusetts, from that time till 1885, and has since had charge of the United church, New Haven, Connecticut In 1887 he was chosen a fellow of Yale university. Illinois college gave him the degree of D. D. in 1883. He is the author of" On the Threshold " (Boston, 1881) ; " The Freedom of the Faith" (1883) : "Lamps and Paths" (1885): and "The Appeal to Life " (1887).
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