A history of the family of early in America: being the ancestors and descendents of Jeremiah Early, who came from the county of Donegal, Ireland, and settled in what is now madison county, Virginia early in the eighteenth century (Google eBook)

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J. Munsell's sons, 1896 - Reference - 53 pages
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Page 42 - The degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by his Alma Mater in 1894.
Page 23 - The following is told of him upon one of his visits to Baltimore when led to make enquiry as to the head of an establishment bearing as the proprietor's name, his own, Early, which fully bears this out: Addressing the proprietor, he said, "Do you belong to the Church of Rome?" Being assured that such was not the case, he said, "Well, then, I hope I may be able to discover a kinsman in you. Had you clung to the degrading superstitions which, I am sorry to say, constituted the creed of my ancestors,...
Page 17 - Georgia, and very soon became distinguished as one of the foremost lawyers in his section of the State.
Page 3 - Arms : Gules a chevron between three birds argent. "Crest : A dexter arm, erect perpendicular, the hand holding a ring, gem or stone, gules. "Motto : Vigilans et tenex.
Page 22 - In 1854 he was elevated to the episcopate and continued to serve in that capacity for the remainder of his life.
Page 23 - Romanism was intense and uncompromising.31 The following is told of him upon one of his visits to Baltimore when led to make enquiry as to the head of an establishment bearing as the proprietor's name, his own, Early, which fully bears this...
Page 18 - There was nothing negative or vacillating in his character, and, in all respects, he was a perfect specimen of a man and a model judge.
Page 18 - When upon the bench he knew no parties, but maintained his office with the sternest proprieties and meted out justice with an equal balance.
Page 35 - He was most generous and amiable in character, childlike in his innocence and purity, and won the hearts of all with whom he came in contact by his gentle courtesy and his careful consideration for the opinions and prejudices of others.
Page 6 - Fiacadh and slew him at the battle of Dubhcomar, AD 322, when Colla Uais ascended the throne.

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