Genealogy of the Loveland Family in the United States of America from 1635 to 1892: Containing the Descendants of Thomas Loveland of Wethersfield, Now Glastonbury, Conn., Also English Notes, and Information Biographical, Historical and Traditional of the Various Families, Including Their Alliances and Descendants in the Female Line So Far as Ascertained, Volume 1
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Aaron ancestors April April 12 April 20 Arkport Berlin Bigelow born at Norwich brother Buckingham Buell buried Burton Carpenter Charles Children born church Colchester College Conn Connecticut river Curtis Dartmouth College daughter David Dear death died East Brookfield Edward Elisha Elizabeth England farm Farmer father Feb'y Free Baptist Fremont Genealogy George Loveland Gillette Glastonbury Glenn grandfather Griswold Hannah Harriet Hartford Haven Henry Hoyt Hurlbut Huron Huron county J. B. Loveland Jan'y John Loveland Joseph Loveland July July 12 July 29 June June 16 Kingston land lived Loveland family LOVELAND John Lucy lumber March March 28 married Mary Mass Miller mother Norwich Ohio Partridge records Republican resided Robert Loveland Sarah Sept settled sons South Glastonbury Talcott Thomas Loveland town tradition Valley Vermont viii Waterbury West Wethersfield Wheatley widow wife Wilkes Barre
Page 148 - She looketh well to the ways of her household, And eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children rise up, and call her blessed ; Her husband also, and he praiseth her, saying, " Many daughters have done virtuously, But thou excellest them all.
Page 242 - Sons of the youth and the truth of the nation, Ye that are met to remember the man Whose valor gave birth to a people's salvation, Honor him now; set his name in the van. A nobleness to try for, A name to live and die for — The name of Washington. Calmly his face shall look down through the ages — Sweet yet severe with a spirit of warning; Charged with the wisdom of saints and of sages ; Quick with the light of a life-giving morning. A majesty to try for, A name to live and die for — The name...
Page 242 - Honor him now ; set his name in the van. A nobleness to try for, A name to live and die for — The name of Washington ! Calmly his face shall look down through the ages — Sweet yet severe with a spirit of warning; Charged with the wisdom of saints and of sages ; Quick with the light of a life-giving morning. A majesty to try for, A name to live and die for — The name of Washington ! Though faction may rack us, or party divide us, And bitterness break the gold links of our story, Our father and...
Page 18 - Before any member of society could exercise the right of suffrage or hold any public office he must be made a freeman by the general or quarterly Court.
Page 97 - about one year. He was very ambitious in college from the first, and took every opportunity to make himself conspicuous. He had unbounded self-confidence, seemed to feel that a good deal belonged to him, and evidently intended to be a great man in public life. He was rather bombastic and always ready for a speech. One day he was reading Addison's 'Cato...
Page 34 - ... take in a fresh cargo and return to Spain, discharging at Alicant. The voyage had been long and tempestuous, the cargo was damaged, the ship leaky. Information being received on their arrival, of the state of affairs in Virginia, induced them to relinquish the intended voayage thither. The supercargo then proposed to discharge the freight, and have the vessel sheathed and trimmed in New London, and after this to take in provisions for New Foundland, and there obtain a cargo of fish for Alicant,...
Page 173 - SAFE in the arms of Jesus, Safe on His gentle breast, There by His love o'ershaded, Sweetly my soul shall rest.
Page 146 - He entered upon the study of the law in the office of his father, and in 1847 was admitted to the Vermont bar.