Rev. Lyman White Daggett

Rev. Lyman White Daggett, who had fitted for the ministry in the Divinity School at Harvard College, succeeded Mr. Eaton for a year only being called away by the death of his mother.  He is said to have been “quite a strong man” in the discharge of his pastoral duties. By the boys of that time he was known as “Priest Daggett” perhaps from his round, smooth face and portly build.  He lived in the H. H. Miller house.  He preached previous to his coming here in Woodstock, VT.
     In 1848 he returned to North Attleboro, Mass and for three years represented the town in the State Legislature.  He died in 1892.

Source: A Brief History of the Universalist Society of Hartland, Vermont:
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