Proceedings of the New England Historic Genealogical Society ...

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The Society., 1915 - New England
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Page xlvi - He then entered the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church In New York, and graduated therefrom in 1874.
Page liii - Mercy, as secretary and financial agent for the Fund for the Relief of Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen, and of Aged, Infirm and Disabled Clergymen, and as a vestryman of Trinity Church.
Page lxii - Cambridge, Mass., and in 1910 turned his practice over to his son, Dr. Albert P. Norris. Dr. Norris was a member of the Maiden Historical Society and of various medical societies, and was a delegate to the Tenth International Medical Congress in Berlin in 1890. He was always an enthusiastic worker in the Grand Army of the Republic, and was a member of the Massachusetts Commandery and of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion. He had been a worker, also, in the Sunday schools, particularly in that...
Page xiii - HISTORY, at least in its state of ideal perfection, is a compound of poetry and philosophy. It impresses general truths on the mind by a vivid representation of particular characters and incidents.
Page lxiv - ... 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. In 1881 he was a member of the joint legislative committee on the revision of the statutes, and one of the representatives of the commonwealth at the Centennial celebration at Yorktown. He was a member of the Massachusetts board of state charities. 1878-79. He was elected a member of the Massachusetts Historical society, the American Antiquarian society, the American Philosophical society and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers ; was made vice-president of...
Page lxv - John,7 and John Ingalls,8 his father. "He was the eldest son of the eldest son of the eldest son, and so on back to William, the first settler, and so the head of the family of all the host of New England Taylors who are descendants of William Taylor of Exeter." Joseph Taylor, the settler's son, removed to Wells, Me., where he and his descendants did gallant service in the Indian wars. Two of General Taylor's ancestors, father and son, are on the Revolutionary rolls, the son being in General Scammon's...
Page lxxviii - Section 8 provides : — Any corporation organized under general or special laws for any of the purposes mentioned in section two and under sections thirteen to sixteen, inclusive, may hold real and personal estate to an amount not exceeding one million five hundred thousand...
Page xl - Ohio, where he studied civil engineering, but, his health failing, he was unable to complete the course. He afterwards entered the banking business and became auditor of the State Banking and Trust Company of Cleveland and a director of the savings division of that institution. He was a member of the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. HON. WILLIAM HENRY GOVE, AB, LL.B., of Salem, Mass., a resident member since 1913, was born at South Berwick, Me., 4 September 1851, the son of Levi and...
Page lxviii - ... matter, relating to early New England families, and for the establishment and maintenance of a cabinet ; and for these purposes, shall have all the powers and privileges, and, be subject to all the duties, requirements and liabilities, set forth in the forty-fourth chapter of the Revised Statutes. SECT. 2. The said corporation may hold and possess real and personal estate, to an amount not exceeding twenty thousand dollars. [Approved by the Governor, March 18, 1845.} Acts and Resolves of the...
Page liii - Belonging to a family of high social standing and influence in the community for generations, and possessing ample means for his own support, he immediately began to fit himself for a life of usefulness to others. He was several years in Europe, giving much of his time to study...

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