2 edition of A memorial of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead ... 1855 found in the catalog.
Written in English
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A sermon preached in the Central Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Brooklyn on Sabbath morning, the 27th day of July, / by: Brodhead, Jacob, Published: () Home missions, as connected with Christ's dominion a discourse in behalf of the American Home Missionary Society, preached in the cities of New York and Brooklyn, May.
A sermon preached in the Central Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Brooklyn on Sabbath morning, the 27th day of July, / by: Brodhead, Jacob, Published: (). This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "The Michael Shoemaker book: (Schumacher)" See other formats.
Early life in New York. Bingham (whose first name is sometimes spelled Kingsley) was born to the farmer family of Calvin and Betsy (Scott) Bingham in Camillus, New York in Onondaga attended the common schools and studied law inwhile still in New York, Bingham married Margaret Warden, who had recently moved with her brother Robert Warden and family from : DecemCamillus, New York.
July 4,Rev. John Brodhead was appointed to preach here, and he labored in Hampton until the following spring, when he died at his residence in South Newmarket.
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The next regular pastor was Rev. John Cotton, who was ordained Novem A memorial of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead. 1855 book, and continued in the ministry until his death, Ma Rev. Nathaniel Gookin was the next pastor, from to The next pastor was Rev.
Ward Cotton, from to He was followed, inby Rev. Ebenezer Thayer, who remained until his death. Funeral service will be at p.m. Thursday in Walker Mortuary. The Rev. Philip J. Anstedt, pastor of St. John Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. A memorial fund for the church has been established. Phipps, Rockwood, Sanger and Wood, by Rev. Abner Morse, Sanxay The Sanxay Family, and Descendants of Rev. Jacques Sanxay, Huguenot refugee to England in Sixteen Hundred & Eighty-five, by Theodore F.
Sanxay, Sargent Some Descendants of Digory Sargent, by Henry Ernest Woods Memorial of Mary Elizabeth Sargent Saunderson. One of their sons, Rev.
John Brodhead, became an eminent divine of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Lieutenant Garret Brodhead, sixth child of Captain Daniel and Hester (Wyngart) Brodhead, was born in Marbletown, Ulster county, New York, Janudied.
Widow marries Jacob Sturm. Mary (Winter) Klostermann married Jacob Sturm, a widower, on Decemat St. Boniface Catholic Church in New Vienna, Iowa, and they settled in Jackson County, Iowa, at Springbrook.
Jacob Sturm was born April 9,at Dahlen, Nassau, Germany, and emigrated to the United States in the spring of In Reply to Rev. Abner Kneeland's Serious Inquiry into the Authenticity of the Same. To Which is Added, a Religious Correspondence, Between the Rev. Hosea Ballou, and the Rev.
Joseph Buckminster and Rev. Joseph Walton, Pastors of Congregational Churches in Portsmouth, N. (English) (as Contributor) Walton, Mary Alice Poems (English. Wisconsin Photographers Index Wisconsin Historical Society Page 1 of ADKINS, Forest Marinette, Marinette County ?.
AREGI, Jacob A. Green Bay, Brown County ?. Wisconsin Photographers Index Wisconsin Historical Society. JOHANNES LIEDEL Death of John Liedl in St. Nazianz on 15 Apr. of consumption. The deceased was born in Barton, Washington Co., Wisc. on 16 Jan.
and was age 24 when he died. In addition to the below image of the Reverend in his later years, the publication Services at the Funeral of Rev. Jacob Brodhead DD in the North Dutch Church of the City of New York on Friday, the 8th of Junepublished by John A.
Gray, New York, incontains a wealth of biographical information about this member of the Brodhead. Butler's Book of the Church.
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Jacob Belville. Abraham Lincoln.: A memorial discourse / by Rev. T.M. Eddy, D.D., delivered at a union meeting, held in the Presbyterian church, Waukegan, Illinois, Wednesday, Apthe day upon which the funeral services of the President were conducted in Washington, and observed throughout the loyal states as one of mourning.
Online Wisconsin Death Indexes and Obituaries. Wisconsin Death Index (except ) (requires payment) part of an Ancestry subscription, which also includes these 3 indexes Wisconsin Death Indexentries (requires payment) ; Wisconsin Birth Index (requires payment) ; Wisconsin Marriage Index (requires payment).Bogart Wees was born abt.and died ina daughter of Jacob Wees (sometimes spelled Weese, originally spelled Weiss) and his 1st wife (name unknown).
Jacob Wees was a son of Francis and Maaria Barbara (Trout) Weiss. He was born in PA October 7, and died in Randolph County VA (now WVA) Rev.
from the translation in Hazard's Historical collections, with an introduction and notes, by John Romeyn Brodhead () Melyn, Cornelis, b. Melyn papers, () Merrill, Mrs. Georgia Drew, ed. Allegany County and its people. A centennial memorial history of Allegany County, N. Y. Also histories of the towns of the County.