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Samuel Locke

Samuel Locke
President of Harvard College
In office
Preceded by John Winthrop
Succeeded by John Winthrop
Personal details
Born (1731-11-23)November 23, 1731
Died January 15, 1778(1778-01-15) (aged 46)
Sherborn, Massachusetts

Samuel Locke (November 23, 1731 – January 15, 1778) was a U.S. Congregational clergyman and educator. After serving as pastor in Sherborn, Massachusetts, he was appointed president of Harvard University. He held that post from 1770 to 1773 when

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