Ancestry and Descendants of Josiah Hale: Fifth in Descent from Samuel Hale of Hartford, Conn., 1637. To which is Added an Epistolary Appendix ...

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Tuttle, 1909 - 133 pages
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Page 102 - DEAR SIR, I thank you very much for your letter of the 28th, which only reached me late last evening.
Page 15 - ... By the light of the setting sun : For I see by the lengthening shadows That my day is nearly done. My work for the blessed Master Is drawing towards its close ; Far less have I done in the vineyard Than I hoped when morning rose.
Page 12 - Vt., where he took his bride and where he lived until within a few years of his death, which occurred at the home of his son Hiram H.
Page 15 - I hoped, when the morning rose. And yet while the daylight lingers, I will work as well as I may; Nor waste the remaining moments Regretting a misspent day. And O! if now in the vineyard Are any, led there by my hand...
Page 16 - Xor waste the remaining moments Regretting a misspent day. And O ! if now in the vineyard, Are any led there by my hand, I give you this word at our parting, As near to the gateway I stand.
Page 5 - The exact date of his coming to America is not known, but he...
Page 111 - There were the Hales of Kent, the Hales of Hertford, and the Hales of Gloucestershire. Of the last of these families was the celebrated Sir...
Page 12 - Hale in the 93rd year of his age. He was one of the pioneers of the town and, with one exception, the oldest citizen. A man of considerable ability and force of character in his day and generation.
Page 14 - He served three months in the war of 1812, for which he received a land warrant for 160 acres.
Page 114 - HALE, son of Gideon and Anna (Case) Hale, was born in Glastonbury, Conn., Oct.

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