Robert Harris and his descendants: With notices of the Morey and Metcalf families

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H.W. Dutton & Son, 1861 - History and criticism - 56 pages
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Page 23 - There was a certain man in Caesarea called Cornelius, a centurion of the band called the Italian band, a devout man, and one that feared God with all his house, which gave much alms to the people, and prayed to God alway.
Page 5 - Ministers hand of Gravesend, being examined by him touching their Conformitie to the Church Discipline of England The Men have taken the oaths of Allegeance Supremacie. WILLIAM SPRAWSON 28 fetch off by Jo: SYMOND'S 18 w'indeffi RICHARD WEBB 36 Warrant. LUKE SNODEN 21 W...
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Page 49 - ... at that time sixteen years and three days old. They had four children and Timothy lived to be eighty years of age and his wife died in her eightyseventh year. Abigail had a brother John who inherited the farm from his father and was a man of property and high standing in the community. He was one of seventeen male members who organized the second church in Roxbury, now West Roxbury. This was in 1712. He presented the church with a silver christening basin, and when the third church was established,...
Page 41 - ... unusually pallid, but his features were regular, his eye expressive of great kindness and benignity, and his whole countenance spoke of a warm and generous heart. Nor was this by any means a false index ; for such was the gentleness of his spirit, and such the amenity of his manners, that, so far as I know, all who knew him esteemed him, and all who knew him intimately loved him. He delighted in conferring favours, not merely where he could do it...
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