Packard, Frederick Adolphus
- Ted D. Stahly
Packard, Frederick Adolphus (26 September 1794–11 November 1867), editor and Sunday school advocate, was born in Marlboro, Massachusetts, the son of Reverend Asa Packard, a Congregational minister, and Nancy Quincy. Packard graduated from Harvard with honors in 1814, having been prepared at the school of his uncle Hezekiah Packard. He then read law in Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1816 and practiced in Springfield until 1829. In addition to practicing law, Packard was also the editor and owner of the ...