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He was a descendant of the Puritans, his ancestors having early emigrated from England, and settled in Massachusetts. He came to MIT as a postdoctoral fellow in 1971 and joined the faculty in 1974 progressing to professor of physics in 1984. After she died in 1841, he married 2nd to Janet McGREGOR abt 1847 and they had 2 children. Led emigration from New York to California on ship "Brooklyn". Many of these stories appear similar to the Christ saviour story.

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