Bowman, Jonathan 1704-1775

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Jonathan Bowman (1703/04-1775) graduated from Harvard College in the class of 1724 (M.A., 1727). He was a conservative churchman, though popular, and was settled at the First Congregational Church in Dorchester, Mass., in 1729; he remained until dismission after a dispute with the congregation late in 1773. He died in May 1775.

Bowman was a diffident person who disliked preaching at public events; moreover, he did not like having his sermons printed.

From the description of Sermons, c. 1760s. (American Antiquarian Society). WorldCat record id: 191259193

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creatorOf Bowman, Jonathan, 1704-1775. Sermons, c. 1760s. Gadsden Public Library
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referencedIn Cushing, Charles. ALS : Boston, to Jonathan Bowman, Esq., 1784 July 1. Boston Public Library, Central Library in Copley Square
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Dorchester (Boston, Mass.)
Massachusetts
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Birth 1704

Death 1775

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