Nehemiah Walter (b. in Ireland in December, 1663; d. in Roxbury, Mass., 17 September, 1750) was an American clergyman. He was of English parentage, and came with his father, Thomas, to the American colonies in 1679, settling in Boston. He was graduated at Harvard in 1684, and, after living for a time in Nova Scotia, became colleague to John Eliot, the apostle to the Indians. He was minister of Roxbury, Mass., from 17 October 1688, till his death. Walter married a daughter of Increase Mather thermos metal. He published The body of death anatomized: A brief essay concerning the sorrows and the desires of the regenerate, upon their sense of indwelling sin (Boston, 1707) ; Practical Discourses on the Holiness of Heaven (1726); and a posthumous volume of Sermons on Isaiah LV. (1755).
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