Mather Byles (loyalist)
Mather Byles II (12 January 1734/1735 – 12 March 1814), was a Congregational clergyman at New London, Connecticut until 1768. In 1768 he entered the Established Church, and became rector of Christ Church, Boston.
Sympathizing with the royal cause, he settled, after the War of Independence in Halifax, Nova Scotia as Chaplain to the Garrison and later in Saint John, New Brunswick, where he was rector of a church until his death.
He graduated from Harvard University in 1751.
- Alfred Claghorn Potter, Charles Knowles Bolton (1897), The Librarians of Harvard College 1667-1877, Cambridge, Mass: Library of Harvard University
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