A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut, Volume 3

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Benjamin Tinkham Marshall
Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1922 - New London County (Conn.)

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Page 280 - It has been wisely said, that he who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, is a public benefactor.
Page 203 - Consistory, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, in which he holds the Thirty-second degree. He is also a member of Sphinx Temple, Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of Hartford, and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Page 264 - Cincinnati, from which he was graduated in 1899, with a degree of Bachelor of Laws. In the same year he was admitted to the Bar of Ohio,.
Page 364 - He was, a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of Boston, 1794-1844, and frequently conducted the music on public occasions.
Page 203 - Springs, where he has since been engaged in the practice of his profession. He is a member of the royal college of surgeons, England, and of various other medical and scientific societies, both in England and America.
Page 375 - Lodge; different bodies of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite (in which he holds the thirty-second degree), Trenton Consistory; and Salaam Temple (Newark) of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic shrine.
Page 463 - He attended the public school of his native place until he was thirteen years of age, when his parents undertook the removal of their пойм-hold to ht.
Page 256 - All honorable success, it has been proven, is based upon a definite aim in life and a persistency of purpose which enables one to persevere in a given course regardless of difficulties.
Page 487 - He is a strong adherent of the principles of the Republican party and is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Page 490 - ... block in any town or city, and ten acres in ° ' the country ; nor shall any portion thereof used for ordinary business purposes, and connected with the objects of such association or corporation...

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