|Birth: ||Nov. 27, 1813|
Free Will Baptist Preacher
His parents were John and Fanny (Cobb) Brackett. He was graduated from the Theologial School at Whitestown, NY., and was ordained by the Bowdoin Quarterly Meeting in 1849.
He married Miss Nancy J. Cram of Brownfield, ME, Dec. 25, 1852.
He help pastorates is several places in Maine, and lived several years in Lewiston. His oldest son, Prof. James R. Brackett, is of the Colorado Univ; The oldest daughter is a teacher in the Classical Institute at Hallowell, ME. and the second daughter is Librarian of the Spear Library of Oberlin College, OH. These three were graduates of Bates College of Lewiston, ME.
...from "Cyclopedia of Free Baptists," pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.
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Nancy Jane Cram Brackett (1827 - 1897)*
James Raymond Brackett (1854 - 1922)*
Levi Smith Brackett (1856 - 1856)*
Levi Fairfield Brackett (1858 - 1860)*
Annie M. Brackett Dennison (1861 - 1928)*
Jennie Cram Brackett (1866 - 1877)*
Clara Frances Brackett (1868 - 1869)*
Calvin Cressey Brackett (1870 - 1935)*
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Ordained Free Will Baptit minister in 1849, after graduated from Theological School at Whitestown, NY. He pastored in several places, and also in NH. He mar. De. 25, 1852 to Nancy J. Cram and in 1889 had four children living.|
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Added: Aug. 14, 2009