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" At burials, nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by tolling of the bell, and carry the dead solemnly to his grave and there stand by him while he is buried. The ministers are... "
Annals of Salem - Page 443
by Joseph Barlow Felt - 1849
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History of Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton

Joseph Barlow Felt - Essex (Mass. : Town) - 1834 - 377 pages
...says m 1641, — "At burials nothing is read nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighbourhood, or a good company of them, come together by. tolling...is buried. The ministers are most commonly present. Ine particulars wherein this custom, as it was then, differs from what it is now, are so evident as...
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Two discourses, delivered September 29, 1839, on occasion of the two ...

William Parsons Lunt - First Congregational Church (Quincy, Mass.) - 1840 - 147 pages
...Magistrates, and not by the Ministers. At burials, nothing is read, nor any funeral Sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come...buried. The ministers are most commonly present." t When to the account, given above, we add that a drum was, in the earliest times, used as a substitute...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volume 10

Theology - 1853
...in 1641, observed as to Massachusetts: " At burials nothing is read nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come...tolling of the bell, and carry the dead solemnly to the grave, and there stand by him while he is buried. The ministers arc most commonly present." From...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 4

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1854
...1641, observed as to Massachusetts—" At burials notiung is read, nor any funeral sermon mMc ; but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by tolling of the bell, and carry the des solemnly to the "grave, and there stand by tem while he is burlcd. The ministers are most commonly...
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History of New England during the Stuart dynasty

John Gorham Palfrey - 1860
...the time now under consideration. * " At burials nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made ; but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by the tolling of the bell, and carry the dead solemnly to his grave, and there stand by him while he...
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History of New England, Volume 2

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1860
...the time now under consideration. * " At burials nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made ; but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by the tolling of the bell, and carry the dead solemnly to his grave, and there stand by him while he...
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History of New England, Volume 2

John Gorham Palfrey, Francis Winthrop Palfrey - New England - 1861
...the time now under consideration. 1 " At burials nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made ; but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by the tolling of the bell, and carry the dead solemnly to his grave, and there stand by him while he...
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History of Hadley: Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley ...

Sylvester Judd, Lucius Manlius Boltwood - Amherst (Mass.) - 1863 - 636 pages
...from New England" in 1642, says — " At burials nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come together by tolling of the hell, and carry the dead solemnly to his grave, and there stand by him while he is buried. The ministers...
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HISTORY OF LYNN,

ALONZO LEWIS AND JAMES R. NEWHALL. - 1865
...Lechford, writing in 1641, says: "At burials, no-, thing is read, nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come...buried. The ministers are most commonly present." This was written before the more extravagant customs began to prevail. But a most remarkable thing...
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History of Lynn, Essex County: Massachusetts Including Lynnfield ..., Volume 1

Alonzo Lewis, James Robinson Newhall - 1865
...? Lechford, writing in 1641, says : " At burials, nothing is read, nor any funeral sermon made, but all the neighborhood, or a good company of them, come...buried. The ministers are most commonly present." This was written before the more extravagant customs began to prevail. But a most remarkable thing...
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