Abiel Foster

Abiel Foster (August 8, 1735 – February 6, 1806) was an American clergyman and politician from Canterbury, Province of New Hampshire.wikipedia
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Abiel Foster (August 8, 1735 – February 6, 1806) was an American clergyman and politician from Canterbury, Province of New Hampshire.

1st United States Congress

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On March 3, 1789, he became a member of the First United States Congress as a Representative from New Hampshire until March 3, 1791.

Clergy

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Abiel Foster (August 8, 1735 – February 6, 1806) was an American clergyman and politician from Canterbury, Province of New Hampshire.

Province of New Hampshire

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Abiel Foster (August 8, 1735 – February 6, 1806) was an American clergyman and politician from Canterbury, Province of New Hampshire.

New Hampshire

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He represented New Hampshire in the Continental Congress and the U.S. Congress.

Continental Congress

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He represented New Hampshire in the Continental Congress and the U.S. Congress.

United States House of Representatives

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He represented New Hampshire in the Continental Congress and the U.S. Congress. He returned to the New Hampshire Senate] in 1791, serving there until 1794 when he was elected again to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Andover, Massachusetts

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Foster was born in Andover, Massachusetts, in 1735, the son of Asa and Elizabeth Foster.

Harvard University

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He graduated from Harvard College in 1756 and went on to study theology.

Pastor

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His ordination as a pastor in Canterbury was in 1761, and he married Hanna Badger in that year.

New Hampshire Senate

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He returned to the New Hampshire Senate] in 1791, serving there until 1794 when he was elected again to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Benjamin Huntington

New York June, 14th 1790, From Abiel Foster and Benjamin Huntington to President George Washington:

George Washington

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New York June, 14th 1790, From Abiel Foster and Benjamin Huntington to President George Washington:

William Ellery

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We hope it's not disagreeable that we mention the Hone William Ellery of Newport as a good man for a Commissioner of loans or a District Judge, or a Collector of the Duties for the Port of Newport in Rhode Island1 His Character is well known from past services in, & under various appointments from, the late Congress He was commissioner of Loans at the adoption of the Constitution and will doubtless give Satisfaction in any of the abovementioned Offices.