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Rev. John Tompson Goodwin

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Berwick Academy

HQ Phone: (207) 384-2164

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Berwick Academy

31 Academy Drive

South Berwick, Maine 03908

United States

Company Description

Berwick Academy was founded in 1791 to promote "Virtue and useful knowledge among the rising generations. For over 200 years the Academy has pursued its mission through a classical education of the whole person. We prepare students to prosper academically ... more

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Employment History

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Old Berwick Historical Society

Web References (73 Total References)


William Allen Tompson (c. 1786-1835), Berwick Academy preceptor

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Their father, Rev. John Tompson, had been pastor of the nearby First Parish Congregational Church just before it was built in 1826.

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William Allen Tompson's father, Rev. John Tompson, was minister of the First Parish Congregational Church, then located at today's Brattle Street and Old South Road.
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In 1825 Rev. John Tompson retired after 22 years as Berwick Academy's president, but his son-in-law, Edward Hayman of Vine Street, continued as treasurer.
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In 1826 Rev. John Tompson's new meetinghouse (the present First Parish Federated Church), was built near William Tompson's house.


Dr. Caleb Sanborn (1814-1871), physician

www.oldberwick.org [cached]

Their father, Rev. John Tompson, had been pastor of the nearby First Parish Congregational Church just before it was built in 1826.

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William Allen Tompson's father, Rev. John Tompson, was minister of the First Parish Congregational Church, then located at today's Brattle Street and Old South Road.
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In 1825 Rev. John Tompson retired after 22 years as Berwick Academy's president, but his son-in-law, Edward Hayman of Vine Street, continued as treasurer.
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In 1826 Rev. John Tompson's new meetinghouse (the present First Parish Federated Church), was built near William Tompson's house.


Their father, Rev. John ...

oldberwick.org [cached]

Their father, Rev. John Tompson, had been pastor of the nearby First Parish Congregational Church just before it was built in 1826.

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William Allen Tompson's father, Rev. John Tompson, was minister of the First Parish Congregational Church, then located at today's Brattle Street and Old South Road.
...
In 1825 Rev. John Tompson retired after 22 years as Berwick Academy's president, but his son-in-law, Edward Hayman of Vine Street, continued as treasurer.
...
In 1826 Rev. John Tompson's new meetinghouse (the present First Parish Federated Church), was built near William Tompson's house.


Their father, Rev. John ...

oldberwick.org [cached]

Their father, Rev. John Tompson, had been pastor of the nearby First Parish Congregational Church just before it was built in 1826.

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William Allen Tompson's father, Rev. John Tompson, was minister of the First Parish Congregational Church, then located at today's Brattle Street and Old South Road.
...
In 1825 Rev. John Tompson retired after 22 years as Berwick Academy's president, but his son-in-law, Edward Hayman of Vine Street, continued as treasurer.
...
In 1826 Rev. John Tompson's new meetinghouse (the present First Parish Federated Church), was built near William Tompson's house.


April 25, 2013 - Reverend John Tompson and the Founding of Berwick Academy

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April 25, 2013 - Reverend John Tompson and the Founding of Berwick Academy

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April 25, 2013 - Reverend John Tompson and the Founding of Berwick Academy
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Seth Hurd will discuss the founding of Berwick Academy and how many members of the Berwick community, including Reverend John Tompson, enthusiastically embraced the need to further the education of the youth in their growing town.
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But John Tompson had dedication to his mission and prevailed, returning home with a charter passed by the Massachusetts legislature and signed by Governor John Hancock, to start a school that today is Maine's oldest educational institution, Berwick Academy.
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Tompson himself was pastor of the First Parish Church, which later became the South Berwick First Parish Federated Church of today. In 1791, Maine was part of Massachusetts. Berwick - comprising today's Berwick, South Berwick and North Berwick -- was founded in 1713 when it separated from Kittery.
Parson Tompson, who was Berwick Academy's president from 1803 to 1825, also preached throughout the Seacoast area, delivering sermons in Somersworth, Eliot, Kittery, York, Dover, Newington, Durham, Rochester, Wakefield, Portsmouth, Kennebunk, and Wells in addition to Berwick. Tompson followed the latest ideas of his day. He was considered an Arminian, a follower of the theology of Jacobus Arminius, a Dutch pastor and theologian in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

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