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Acad admitted Amherst Academy Amherst Coll Andover T. S. Asst Augustus born Boston Brooklyn Charles Chicago child college at Amherst college at Phillips college at Williston college with Rev Cong Daniel Died from consumption East Windsor East Windsor T. I. Easthampton Edward Eliza Elizabeth fitted for college Five children Four children George grad Hadley Hannah Hartford Harvard Henry High School James John Joseph July June June 11 Kimball Union Academy lawyer Lient Married Mary Mass Minn Monson Academy N. Y. City Northampton P. O. ad P. O. address Philadelphia Phillips Academy practised prep Presbyterian Presbyterian church Princeton T. S. principal Professor Salem Samuel Sarah Sept Six children Smith Springfield Studied law Studied medicine Studied theology Supt Teacher Tenn Thomas Three children Union T. S. Univ Unmarried Vols Washington West William Williston Seminary Worcester
Page 18 - Coll., in 1821, and was one of the founders and the first president of the " Natural History Society of Amherst College," whose collections were the beginning of its Cabinets of Natural Science.
Page 233 - 49 ; East Windsor TI, '50 — '52 ; ordained at Lincoln, Oct. 13, 1852 ; missionary of ABCFM, Foochow, China, since '53 ; has revisited the U. 5. twice, '65 — '67, and '77 — '78. Has translated one-fonrth of the New Testament into the Foochow colloquial dialect, and prepared varions tracts and books for publication in that dialect, and in the written classical language of China. Married, Sept. 6, 1852, at Billerica, Lucy E., dan. of Warren Stearns, of New Ipswich, NH Seven children. PO address,...
Page 132 - 61 — '62, continued as the " Free Commonwealth," '65 — '68. Author of " The Church of God as an Essential Element of the Gospel," " Disconrses of Redemption," and of very many speeches, lectures, etc.
Page 194 - History and Genealogy of the Family of Thomas Noble, of Westfield, Mass., with genealogical notes of other families by the name of Noble.
Page 175 - Critique on the Greek Text of the New Testament, as Edited by the American Bible Union (1869) ; edited Punchard's History of Congregationalism (Vols.
Page 166 - Graham Lectures, on the Wisdom, Power, and Goodness of God, as manifested in the Constitution of the Human Soul" (New York, 1856); and some minor works.
Page 147 - 40 — '41. Died from consumption, at Worthington. June 2, 1841. Unmarried. EDWARD PHELPS BLODGETT, [Amlu.rst], son of Cephas and Huldah (Gaylord) Blodgett, was born in East Windsor, Ct., Aug. 23, 1815 ; fitted for college at Amherst Academy. Andover TS, '39 — '42; ordained at Greenwich, July 5, 1843, and p. there, since. Supt. of Schools, Greenwich. Author of " Memorial Sermon of Rev. Mnrtyn Tapper.
Page 100 - Geography" (Primary, Elementary, Complete) ('75), "Bible Word-Book" ('76), "Language Primer," "Language Lessons," "New Language Lessons," "Progressive Grammar," "New English Grammar," "Grammar School Geography," "Studies in English Literature," "The University of California before the People and the Law," "Easy Steps for Little Feet," "Golden Book of Choice Reading," "Book of Tales," "Readings in Nature's Book," "Seven British Classics,
Page 222 - 54 — '66. In service of Christian Commission, '64 ; member of School Board, New Bedford. Died from typhoid fever, at New Bedford, Aug. 11, 1866. Married, Jan. 5, 1860, Hannah M., dan. of Isaac D. Hall, of New Bedford. Three children. JOHN RIDDLE UPTON, son of John and Betsey (Riddle) Upton, was born in Wilmot. NH, Oct. 4, 1819 ; fitted 'for college at Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, NH Andover TS, '47 — '50; ordained at Wilmot, NH, Apr.