Samuel Dana

[clergyman] Samuel Dana (born in Cambridge, Massachusetts [now Brighton], 14 January 1739; died in Amherst, New Hampshire, 1 April 1798) was a United States clergyman, judge and politician. ==Biography== He graduated from Harvard in 1755, having among his classmates John Adams and Tristram Dalton. He then studied theology. In 1761 the town ...
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Samuel Dana

==Early life and education== Dana was born in Groton on June 26, 1767, the son of the clergyman Samuel and Anna (Kenrick) Dana. Dana attended the local public schools and later studied law in the office of United States District Court Judge John Lowell, and was then admitted to the bar in 1789. ==Family life== Dana was married to Rebecca Barrett o...
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