Note: 6 February, 1760. He died in Plainfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, on 17 July, 1837, after serving several months in the war of the Revolution and working on his father's farm, he was graduated at Yale in 1788. He then studied theology, and was licensed to preach in August, 1790. In 1792 he was ordained pastor of the church in Plainfield, where he always remained. Finding his salary inadequate, he received students into his family, continuing to do so until 1824. He had under his charge at various times 274 young men and 30 young women. Of the former, fifty became clergymen. One of his pupils was the poet Bryant, another was the Abolitionist John Brown. See his life, by his son William Hallock (New York, 1854).
Note: !Reverend Moses Hallock, an educator, was born in Brook Haven, Suffolk County, New York, on 1
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