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Adam Everhard Armstrong county army attended born April born August born December born February born January born July born June born March born November born October born September buried Catharine Catharine Eberhart CHAPTER Charles Chicago Lawn child of John College daughter death deceased December 25 died March Eber Eberhart was born Elizabeth Eberhart Emma engaged Etna Green farm farmer father February 15 following children Frederick German Reformed Church Germany hart Henry Iowa Jacob Everhard John Eberhart Joseph Eberhart June 28 land Lehigh county lived Lower Milford Loyal Oak Lutheran Church married to Miss Mary Medina county Mercer county Michael Eberhart moved noble Ohio parents Pennsylvania Philadelphia preached Rasor Rebecca resides at Loyal ried Sarah second child Sharon sixth child soon Swamp Reformed Church taught school third child three children Venango county Wadsworth Wayne county Westmoreland county wife Wirtemberg
Page 212 - Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.
Page 82 - ... and was graduated from the medical school of the University of New York in 1849. During the civil war he served as surgeon of the 113th Ohio infantry and as medical director on the staff of General Gilbert. Afterwards in his medical practice he made hygiene and aetiology specialties. He was made a member of the American medical association, the Ohio state medical society and various local medical bodies. In 1876 he gave up his general practice to accept the chair of hygiene in the Columbus medical...
Page 257 - HOW vain are all things here below ! How false and yet how fair ! Each pleasure hath its poison too, And every sweet a snare.
Page 208 - There is a spot to me more dear Than native vale or mountain ; A spot for which affection's tear Springs grateful from its fountain. "Tis not where kindred souls abound, 'Though that is almost heaven, But where I first my Saviour found And felt my sins forgiven.
Page 193 - A Veteran of the Revolution, the Rescuer of Washington at the battle of Cowpens. He assisted at the most remarkable battles of the war, and in the battle of Brandywine, when Lafayette was wounded, he and Sergeant Wallace rescued him from his perilous situation, and carried him about two miles to the house of a friend.
Page 102 - ... to a saving knowledge of the truth as it is in Christ Jesus, that they may early in life be established upon this immovable foundation.
Page 128 - ... In my intercourse with the afflicted class, I have been taught lessons of faith, of hope, of love, and, my friends, you will find as you strive for the elevation of these, our most afflicted brothers, the reward mentioned in the words of our Master, which can never grow old or pall upon our ears : "Inasmuch as ye, have done it unto these, the least of my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Page 263 - I could be a lawyer and if I had my life to live over again I would be one if I could. "It seemed as if things kep...
Page 86 - Endkon follows family tradition and example in being public-spirited and cooperative in organizations and undertakings that promote the best interests of the community. He is a member of the New Jersey Lumbermen's Association, of the Wildwood Chamber of Commerce, ami the Patriotic Order Sons of America.