Bio Reverend John Martin Luther Babcock Free Will Baptist Church

Title

Bio Reverend John Martin Luther Babcock Free Will Baptist Church

Description

Photocopied autobiographical information for Reverend John Luther Babcock. Rev. Babcock was with the Free Will Baptist Church in Farmington from 1856-1858. Tasked with the being the building agent for the new meeting house in 1857. The new building was dedicated in October of that year.

Known for writing and speaking as an abolitionist, supporting women's suffrage, and supporting workers rights and women's rights. Biographical information is also present after 1860 in the packet.

A letter from Fred Ogmundson to Tami LaRock at the Goodwin Library explaining what the autobiographical packet is and hopes for use.

Son of James Babcock and Hannah Rice
Husband of Meriam C. Tewksbury and Martha D. Ayer
Father of Mary Eva Babcock; Mary Louisa Babcock; Milton Howard Babcock; Lilla Ann Babcock; Alice Maria Babcock and 2 others
Brother of Hannah Elizabeth Babcock; Sarah Ann Babcock; William Gilbert Babcock; James Sidney Babcock; Ellen Emerson Babcock and 2 others

Size: 8.5" x 11"


FHS-Kyle Leach

Creator

Letter: Ogmundson
Autobiography: John Martin Luther Babcock

Publisher

Letter: Ogmundson
Autobiography: Clark W. Bryan Co. (1894)

Date

1894, 1822-1894; 1856-1858, 2009

Contributor

Autobiography of John Martin Luther Babcock: Together with a discourse delivered at the funeral and addresses given at the memorial service

https://www.geni.com/people/John-Babcock/6000000001915576472

Files

2009 Ogmundson to LaRock Letter Rev Babcock Free Will Baptist Church.jpg

Citation

Letter: Ogmundson Autobiography: John Martin Luther Babcock, “Bio Reverend John Martin Luther Babcock Free Will Baptist Church,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed October 20, 2020, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/371.

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