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REVERDY CASSIUS RANSOM 18611959 born in Flushing His
REVERDY CASSIUS RANSOM (1861-1959) born in Flushing. His family moved to Cambridge in 1869. He was a civil rights leader, editor, and the 48th Bishop of the ...
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