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Phineas Camp Headley (1819–1903)

Headley, Phineas Camp. An American Congregational divine and miscellaneous writer, brother of Joel T.; born at Walton, NY, June 24, 1819; died at Lexington, MA, Jan. 5, 1903. He wrote: ‘Women of the Bible’ (1850); ‘Lives’ of Josephine (1850), Kossuth (1852), Lafayette (1855), Mary Queen of Scots (1856), etc.; a series of ‘Heroes of the Rebellion’ (1864–65); ‘Court and Camp of David’ (1868).