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Clergyman

Paul Revere Frothingham was an American clergyman and a Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Background

Frothingham, Paul Revere was born on July 6, 1864 in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Thomas B. and Annie Pearson (Lunt) Frothingham.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1886, A.M., Bachelor of Sacred Theology, 1889, Doctor of Divinity, 1915.

Career

Minister First Congressional Society, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1889-1900, Arlington St. Church (Unitarian), Boston, since 1900. Preacher to Harvard University, 1899-1902, 1909-1910 and from 1914 (acting Chairman of the Board preachers, 1919-1920). Overseer, Harvard, 1904-1910, 1918-1924.

Trustee Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind. President Massachusetts Cremation Society.

Works

Membership

Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences.

Connections

Married Anna C. Clapp, June 14, 1892.

father:
Thomas B. Frothingham

mother:
Annie Pearson (Lunt) Frothingham

spouse:
Anna C. Clapp