3 edition of Discourse delivered in Freeport, Maine, Feb. 10, 1809, at the funeral of Rev. Samuel Veazie ... found in the catalog.
Discourse delivered in Freeport, Maine, Feb. 10, 1809, at the funeral of Rev. Samuel Veazie ...
|Statement||by William Jenks|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 17834|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||87555434|
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A discourse delivered at the funeral of Rev. Samuel N. Steele, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of SpencertownAuthor: H E Niles. Discourse delivered in Freeport, Maine, Feb.
10,at the funeral of Rev. Samuel Veazie by: Jenks, William, Published: (). Available in the Discourse delivered in Freeport Library of Australia collection. Author: Jenks, William, ; Format: Book, Online; 26 p. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Inserted in LC copy: 1 leaf of biographical data (supplied by Rev. Arthur Little, Bedford, N.H.) pretaining to Thomas Savage for use of The Biographical Department of The Presbyterian historical almanacPages: A DISCOURSE DELIVERED AT DORSET, VT.
AT THE FUNERAL OF REV. WILLIAM JACKSON, D.D., PASTOR OF THE Maine SOCIETY OF DORSET AND EAST RUPERT, ON TUESDAY, OCT. A discourse delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Caroline Hill, wife of Rev.
Levi L. Fay, Octoat the Congregational Church in Lawrence, Washington Co. The discourse delivered at his funeral by President Woolsey has been published, and a more extended memoir is preparing by Professor Geo P, Fisher.
SAMUEL JONES died at the residence of his son (Ralph K. Jones, M D.,) in Bangor, Me, Oct. 29, He was the third son of Samuel and Lydia (Tarbox) Jones. 3 tornandexamplehaveuponthehumanmind,thereisanitchingdispositionia mantoconformandbelikeotherpeople,andtraveltheroadofpublicopinion infashionsofallkinds.
Harriet Fernald, - Harriet Fernald Maine Maine Harriet Fernald was born on month dayat birth place, Maine, to Tobias ( War) Fernald and Dorcas Fernald (born McIntire). Warren Gilmore Warren Gilmore in U.S.
Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Warren Gilmore was born on October 10 Warren lived in Wrentham, MassachusettsUSA. Crossroads will honour the life of Rev. David Mainse with special programming all week on Huntley Street. The website has been created to honour Rev.
Mainse. It includes a guestbook to offer condolences to the family, as well as information regarding visitation and funeral arrangements. Rev Craig Moore will officiate. Also participating will be Pastor Emil Williams and Hospice Chaplain Pastor Pamela Nicle.
A gathering and celebration of Herb’s life for family and friends will be Monday, Ap from 5 to 8 p.m. at the church with a time of sharing memories at 6 p.m. Vistiation will also be one hour prior to the.
He died Feb.and was buried under arms on the 17th day of that month, on which occasion an address was delivered at his grave by Rev. Tchabod Wiswell; a copy of which has been preserved, and copious extracts therefrom may be found in the Collection of American Epitaphs by Rev.
Timothy Alden Jun. vol. 3, Art. The Rev. Thomas Lee, 78, of Maine, who stepped down in as pastor of St. Philip Parish in Lyman, has maintained his innocence.
His request for a trial under canon law has been granted. The Rev. Leo James Michaud, 55, was removed in as the pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Ellsworth. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page I HISTORY OF THOMASTON, ROCKLAND, AND SOUTH THOMASTON, MAINE, FROM THEIR FIRST EXPLORATION, A, D.
; WITH FAMILY GENEALOGIES. BY CYRUS EATON: Cor. Member of the Mass. Hist. Society, also of the Wisconsin Hist. Society, and Member Elect of.
Locals Express Mixed Feelings about Priests By Trevor Maxwell Kennebec Journal (Augusta, Maine) March 1, Patty Castonguay thought stress had pushed the Rev. John Shorty out of the priesthood when he left St.
Mary's Church in Augusta. Like many others in the parish, Castonguay never heard about the allegations against the well-liked priest. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Feb. On the day after this, we drove some ten miles to the residence of a gentleman, the President of the Council, who had invited us to spend the day at his beautiful place.
Its position is elevated,--almost the highest in the island; and around the house he has placed the loveliest flowers of the climate, its variety of interesting trees. Full text of "The Underwood families of America" See other formats.Full text of "Biographical sketches of the Congregational pastors of New England" See other formats.Bibliographies of New England History Further Additions, to Bibliographies of 1.
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