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Thomas Whittemore (1800–1861)

Whittemore, Thomas. A distinguished Universalist clergyman and religious writer; born at Boston, Jan. 1, 1800; died at Cambridge, March 21, 1861. He was joint editor of the Universalist Magazine, sole editor and proprietor of the Trumpet (1828–57); member repeatedly of the Massachusetts Legislature; president of the Vermont and Massachusetts railroad. He wrote: ‘Modern History of Universalism’ (enlarged ed. 1860); ‘Autobiography’ (1859), besides commentaries, hymns, biographies, etc.