1632, Aug 231712, Feb 28
an English dissenting minister. Chauncy was a voluminous author. He went as a child to New England with his father, and was entered at Harvard University in 1651, where he studied both theology and medicine, but, coming to England, completed his education at Oxford University, where he proceeded M.A. Before 1660 he was given the rectory of Woodborough, Wiltshire, where he resided until ejected by the Act of Uniformity in 1662. Thereupon he removed to Andover, Hampshire, where he took charge of a congregational church. Besides a prefatory epistle to Clarkson's ‘Primitive Episcopacy,’ 1688, and an edition of Owen's ‘Gospel Grounds,’ 1709, he published many other theological treatises.
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