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John Barnard (1681–1770)

Barnard, John. A noted American Congregational divine; born at Boston, Nov. 6, 1681; died at Marblehead, MA, Jan. 24, 1770. He was one of the earliest New England dissenters from Calvinism. Ordained colleague minister of Marblehead (1716); he took great interest in the local fisheries and commerce. He wrote ‘History of the Strange Adventures of Philip Ashton’ (1725).