Lane genealogies, Volume 2

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Higginson Books, 1897 - History
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Page 136 - ... sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said...
Page 1 - They were a very godly and religious people, and many of them persons of note and figure, being dignified with the title of Mr.
Page 136 - January 1726/7, in the name of God, Amen, I, Jedediah Strong of Lebanon in the county of New London and Colony of Connecticut in New England being...
Page 136 - To all Christian People to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Know ye that I, John...
Page 123 - NY, states in his communication to the Boston Journal that he distinctly remembers hearing when a lad his great-grandmother, Capt. Pulling's widow, who died at Abington about thirty years ago, in her 99th year, say that " her husband hung the lights in the steeple of the Old North Church to give the alarm to the country people.
Page 138 - Captain of the 6th company or trainband in the 7th regiment in this Colony, and order that he be commissioned accordingly.
Page 6 - Upon the assignment of seats in the new building he was assigned to "seate under ye pulpit" and his wife to a "sitting in the fore seate for the women in the body of the meeting- house.
Page 8 - No. 13, on the first list of those who "drew house lots from the Cove on the north side of the road to Fort Hill.
Page 75 - September, 1836, when his successor was chosen, it was " voted that the thanks of the church be presented to Dea. Daniel Lane, for the long and useful services he has afforded the church in his office." As an officer of the church, his many virtues, his practical good sense, his love of peace, his unostentatious life, rendered his advice of great value; and especially was it so to his venerable pastor in the trying scene through which he passed two or three years before his death.
Page 17 - May, 1680, these persons, whose names are under written, declared themselves, by word, to have the new meeting house set up in the place where the old one doth now stand.

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