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Clergyman , antiquarian

Thomas Robbins, American clergyman, antiquarian. member corporation Williams College, 1842-1853.

Background

Robbins, Thomas was born on August 11, 1777 in Norfolk, Connecticut, United States. Son of Review Ammi Ruhamah and Elizabeth (Le Baron) Robbins.

Education

Studied theology under several New England clergyman, 1796-1798.

Career

Clergyman, 1796-1798. Made missionary tour to Vt. Made missionary tour of newly settled dists.

Editor 1st American edition of Magnalia Christi Americana (Cotton Mather), 1820</td><tr><td class="label_burgverd11px"><b>Death</b></td></tr><tr><td> Died Colebrook, Conn.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: An Historical View of the 1st Planters of New England, 1815 (written as series of biographical articles for Connecticut Evange. Magazine, 1811-1815). Diary Thomas Robbins, Doctor of Divinity, 1796-1854, published 1886-1887.

      Editor 1st American edition of Magnalia Christi Americana (Cotton Mather), 1820.

Membership

Member corporation Williams College, 1842-1853.

Connections

father:
Review Ammi Ruhamah Robbins

mother:
Elizabeth (Le Baron) Robbins