2 edition of Sketch of the life of Rev. William Shadrach, D. D. found in the catalog.
Sketch of the life of Rev. William Shadrach, D. D.
Griffith, John T.
by The American Baptist publication society, for the American Baptist historical society in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||by Rev. John Thomas Griffith with an introduction by Rev. Frank Grant Lewis.|
|Contributions||Lewis, Frank Grant, 1865-, American Baptist Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||BX6495.S45 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||15016226|
History of ancient Woodbury, Connecticut, from the first Indian deed in to including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, and a . William Hendry, William Blair and Hamilton W. Sharpe, as a committee, selected the site. Rev. Adam Wyrick was the first visiting preacher. In Sion and Enoch Hall deeded the land on which the Camp Ground stood to the Methodist Episcopal Church. Housed first in a brush-arbor, the weeklong meetings were held without interruption until
CANFIELD, William Daniel (): m'd LEE, Sallie Ann;William D. Canfield was born in Vermont While living in Vermont he married Sallie Ann Lee on J They moved to Springfield, PA in and resided there for . Rev. Samuel Macclintock, D. D., second pastor, was a son of Mr. William Macclintock, who came from the north of Ireland, and settled in Medford, Ms.; was a respectable farmer, the husband of four wives, the father of nineteen children, and died .
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MILLER, D. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON. line of my labors during the thirty years of my Itinerant life. The publication of the book at the present time, is the result of my severe illness during the past year, and the generous, Church Enterprises.—Rev.
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W.G. MILLER, D.D. it has been deemed advisable to let the record follow the line of my labors during the thirty years of my Itinerant life. The publication of the book at the present time, is the result of my severe illness during the past year, and the generous, appreciative action taken by the.
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Volume I Number 1 (October ) By-Laws.WILLIAM 3 BARNES (BENJAMIN 2, FRANCIS 1) was born J in KY, and died Octo in Trimble Co.
married (1) ELIZABETH B. BEECH Octo in Henry Co., married (2) REBECCA PARHAM Janu in Trimble Co., KY, daughter of JOSEPH PARHAM and SARAH CHANDLER.
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