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Sill, Elisha N.

1824 Pollard, Frederic W. I. Crosby, Josiah D.

1831 Van Lennep, Henry J., D.D. Hallam, Isaac W.

1833 Eldridge, Azariah, D.D. Ober, Benjamin

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Green, Lewis
Kimball,
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Noyes, Daniel P. I Cooke, George

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Otheman, Edward B. I Parker, William H.

1837 Lane, James P. I. Holiday, Henry M. I

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NECROLOGY.

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Frederic Randolph.

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Born, Litchfield, Ct., 1827, Oct. 29. Y. C. 1848; p. Abington, Mass., 1857, Sept. 3—1870, June 14; p. Cottage St. ch., Dorchester, 1871, May

– 1873, June 4; w. c. there after, except a. p. of a new church, West Medway, 1887, until death. Published (1) The Victory Sure: a Discourse, 1859, pp. 24; (2) Wisdom Better than Weapons of War, 1865, pp. 20; (3) The Temple Rebuilt : a Poem of Christian Faith, 1872, pp. 192 ; an enlarged edition of same, 1881. MARRIED, 1859, Nov. 30, Mary Thaxter Thayer, of Boston. Three sons and a daughter. DIED suddenly of neuralgia of the heart at West Medway, Sunday, 1889, Mar. 31, aged 61 years, 5 months, and 2 days.

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Born, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1857, Oct. 25. Kal. C. 1882; student Johns Hopkins Univ. 1882–3; a. p. Chelmsford, Mass, 1887-8, residing at Andover, until death. MARRIED, 1885, Aug. 27, Clara Potter, of Kal

Two children. Dies of leucocythemia, 1888, Dec. 29, aged 31 years, 2 months, and 4 days.

amazoo.

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Atkinson — George Henry, D.D.

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Born, Newburyport, Mass., 1819, May 10. D. C. 1843; ord. at Newbury, Vt., 1847, Feb. 24; a. p. Oregon City, Ore., 1848, until p. 1853, Oct.

— 1866, Mar. 13; p. Portland, 1863–72; general missionary, A. H. M. S. in Oregon, 1872–82; supt. same for Oregon until death. His Alma Mater gave the honorary D.D. in 1865. Published (1) Address upon the Possession, Settlement, Climate, and Resources of Oregon, 1868, pp. 17; (2) The pp. 6; (3) Reminiscences of Rev. Elkanah Walker, 1877, pp. 8; (4) The Northwest Coast, etc., 1878, pp. 56; (5) The First Day Sabbath : Its Law, 1879, pp. 15; (6) Discourse at Funeral of Mrs. 7. W. Case, 1882, pp. 20; (7) The Sign and Seal of the Covenant, n. d., pp. 13. MARRIED, 1846, Oct. 8, Nancy Bates, of Springfield, Vt. Of 3 sons and 3 daughters, I each is living. DIED of pneumonia, 1889, Feb. 25, aged 69 years, 9 months, and 15 days.

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Born, Edgecomb, Me., 1807, Sept. 9. B. C. 1828; p. Truro, Mass., 1832, Mar. 7 — 1834 ; p. Hampden, Me., 1834, Dec. 3— 1838, Mar. 7; a. p. Kennebunkport, 1838-40; Standish, 1841-3; Buxton, 1843-5; w. c. Standish, after, until death. MARRIED, 1832, Apr. 18, Eliza Sherman, of Newcastle, Me. Of 4 sons and 2 daughters, 3 sons are deceased. DIED of pneumonia, 1888, Oct. 31, aged 81 years, 1 month, and 22 days.

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Barrows – Elijah Porter, D.D.

Born, Mansfield, Ct., 1805, Jan. 5. Early life and preparatory study in Baltimore, Md. Y. C. 1826; prin. Hartford Grammar School, 1826–31 ; ord. Simsbury, Ct., 1832, June 6; p. Day St. Pres. ch., New York City, 1835, July 26 — 1837 ; prof. sac. lit. W. R. C., Hudson, O., 1837-52; prof. sac. lit. A. T. S., 1852–66; w. c. Middleton, Ct., 1867–71, except inst. Union T. S., 1869–70 ; prof. O. T. lit. and bib. theol. Oberlin T. S., 1872– 80; 'w. c. there till death; D.D. D. C. 1858. The Year-Book names ten titles of his publications. MARRIED, 1829, Mar. 9, Sarah Maria Lee, of Hartford, Ct., who died 1880, Feb. 21. Five sons and 5 daughters. DIED of old age, 1888, Sept. 14, aged 83 years, 8 months, and 9 days.

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Billings - Richard Salter.

BORN, Conway, Mass., 1820, Sept. 29. Williston Seminary. A. C. 1847 ; res. lic. Andover and New Haven, 1850–5; p. Shelburne, Mass., 1855, June 6 — 1870, Mar. 15; p. Dalton, Mass., 1871, July 26 – 1878, July 19; w. C. Andover and Boston, 1879-80; a. p. North Stamford, Ct., 1880–3; Somerville, 1883–7; Ridgebury, 1887, until death. MARRIED, 1855, June 12, Mary H., daughter of Rev. Joseph Hurlburt, of New London, Ct. One son. DIED of paralysis of the heart, 1888, Oct. 29, aged 68 years and 1 month.

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