DUNN, RANSOM: Free-Will Baptist; b. at, Bakersfield, Vt., July 7, 1818; d. at Scranton, Pa., Nov. 9, 1900. He was educated at New Hampton, N. H., and in the early part of his life was an Evangelist, chiefly in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, and Michigan. Later he held a number of pastoral charges, the most important being at Boston and Hillsdale, Mich. He taught at different times in Hillsdale College, where he was president 1885-86 and professor of homiletics and head of the theological department after 1888. He wrote Freedom of the Will (Dover, N. H., 1850) and Systematic Theology (in collaboration with J. J. Butler; Boston, 1892).