Cotton,John
Cot·ton (kŏtʹn), John. 1584-1652.
English-born American cleric who was vicar of Saint Botolph's Church in England until he was summoned to court for his Puritanism. He fled to Boston, Massachusetts, where he became a civil and religious leader.

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