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David Allen Lambert

David Allen Lambert
NEHGS Online Genealogist

Question: I am trying to determine who "Rev. O. Everett" was who married my ancestors in Boston in 1788.


Answer: Your ancestors were married by the Rev. Oliver Everett who was pastor of the New South Church in Boston from 1782-92.  The New South Church was a unitarian church located at Summer and Bedford Streets.  The church itself existed between 1714-1866, and later merged with the New South Free Church.  This later edifice stands at the southwest corner of Camden and Tremont Streets in Roxbury.  Incidentally my own great-grandparents were married in a double wedding at the New South Free Church in 1874 by Rev. William P. Tilden.

Posted by David Lambert at 07/03/2012 05:01:27 PM | 

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