Genealogy of the descendants of David Gale of Sutton, Mass

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The Times Publishing Company, 1909 - 57 pages
 

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Page 27 - He was a Republican and both he and his wife were members of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Page 20 - In politics he is a Republican and he is a member of the Masonic Order and the Knights Templar.
Page 41 - In politics he is a republican and he is a member of the Congregational church and the Congregational Club of Minnesota.
Page 6 - ... born in 1672, and educated at St. Paul's School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He represented Northallerton in Parliament in 1705, 1707, 1708, 1710; in 1715 was appointed a commissioner of stamp-duties; and in 1714 a commissioner of excise, but he was displaced in 1735 by Sir Robert Walpole. He was first vice-president of the Society of Antiquaries, and treasurer of the Royal Society. In 1709 he edited with notes the Antonini Iter Britanniarum of his father, Thomas Gale, Dean of York ; translated...
Page 32 - ... bassoon; Mr. Rowson, the trumpet. They also had French horn and tympani, and bass viol (violoncello). The flute was played by Mr. Pollock, afterward by Mr. George dishing, for many years cashier in the old Columbian Bank, who spent most of his later years in Hingham, his old home, in full possession of his faculties until within a short time of his death, which occurred last summer ( 1880), at the age of ninety-four, in Watertown. To the end of his life Mr.
Page 44 - In religion, he is a member of the Presbyterian Church, and in politics, is a Republican.
Page 19 - Templar, and a member of the Congregational church. In politics he is a republican and has been elected county superintendent of schools for Cass county.
Page 5 - Co., Gloucester, have written themselves at various periods, Galle, Gale. Gael and originally De Galles. If this be correct, the family may have been of Welch origin in Anglo-Norman times when that country was known as Galles or Gales.
Page 12 - He was a justice of the peace for many years, and was captain of the militia of the town.
Page 2 - It has been the aim of the author in the following pages to impart such information on the interesting subject of physiology as will make the reader familiar with the general structure of his own body.

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