|Birthplace:||Bicton, Devonshire, England|
|Death:||Died in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts|
|Managed by:||Ruth Coran Roazen|
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About Nathaniel Upham
This was a son of Dea. John Upham, one of the earliest and most prominent citizens of Malden. He died at Cambridge, March 20, 1651, fifteen days after his marriage to Elizabeth Stedman, of that place. The record of his death in the Koxbury Church Chronicles, speaks of him as "Mr. Upham, who sometime preached in Malden." He was undoubtedly one of " the young students from the College," mentioned by Johnson as assisting to supply the pulpit before the coming of Mr. Mathews.