Ustick Family Register; Descendants of Thomas Ustick from St. Just, Cornwall, England: Second Part

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1894 - 74 pages
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Page 62 - The voice at midnight came, He started up to hear ; A mortal arrow pierced his frame — He fell, but felt no fear.
Page 60 - ... thirsty flower ere, exhaled by the sun, it ascends to heaven ! Do, at least, some, and try to do much good ere you die. Seek to live loved, and to die lamented ; to be blessed in life, and to be missed at death. Live so that over your grave, however lowly, they may raise a tombstone, inscribed with the words, "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord ; they rest from their labours, and their works do follow them.
Page 55 - July 3, 1821, by whom he had six children, five sons and one daughter, all of whom are now living, and most of whom he had the satisfaction to know had given themselves to the Savior.
Page 55 - Stuart gave him his name, and, claiming a peculiar interest in him, set him apart from his infancy to the work of the ministry. During her life she made it the chief burden of her prayers, that God would place his seal on the brow of her little grandson, as a preacher of the Word. In her hopes and prayers his parents joined, and all who witnessed the promise of his opening- life felt that these petitions would be answered.
Page 59 - With desire I have desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer ; " and, " My blood, which is shed for you.
Page 56 - ... please, and a feeling that a kind of fatality requires him to follow the path thus marked out for him. It was not so with Hugh. As soon as he began to think at all upon the subject he seemed to accept the preaching of the Gospel as his appointed labor in life, made so, not by the call of his friends, but by the call of God.
Page 56 - University, Oxford, Ohio. While at college his life was a still fuller development of the virtues and graces which had marked his previous course. None knew him but to love him. In times of spiritual coldness in the college his soul was always glowing with love to the Savior.
Page 4 - Ustick, with the other members of the family, was a member of the Episcopal Church, while his wife was a Baptist.
Page 57 - In January, 1857, he was called to the Presbyterian Church at Hamilton, Ohio, and was ordained and installed as pastor of that church in May following. His labors there were much blessed.
Page 59 - Her remains were followed to their last resting-place By a large number of friends and relatives.

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