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Subject: [GM-L] The Puritan Recorder
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 20:20:06 -0500
The Puritan Recorder, Boston, Thursday, Nov. 26,1857
Rev. Dr. Tyler and his wife celebrated their golden wedding anniversary
on Thursday, 19 Nov. 1857, at East Windsor Hill, CT.
Rev. Charles Greenwood, formerly of Plymouth, subsequently of North
Chelsea, was ordained pastor of the Congregational Church in
Westmoreland, NH, on Thursday, Nov. 5.
Mr. Charles E. Reed, a recent graduate at Andover Seminary, has received
a unanimous call to become the pastor of the congregational church in
Rev. Clarke Lockwood, of River Head, has received and accepted an
invitation to become the pastor of the church in Northville, Long Island,
Mr. Sumner arrived last week, in this city, on his return from a long
European sojourn for the restoration of his health, which is said to be
much improved, and in a fair way to be, ultimately, as good as before his
In West Dedham, 19th inst., by Rev. E. S. LOCKE, John H. THORNDIKE, Esq.,
of Boston, to Miss Delia D. WHITE, daughter of the late Rev. John WHITE,
of W. D.
In Warwick, RI, 18th inst., by Rev. George W. ADAMS, Mr. John GREENE to
Miss Mary E. PIKE, both of W.
In Holden, 1st inst., of congestion of the lungs, Mrs. Silence C., wife
of Mr. Thomas J. DAVIS, 63. 20th inst., of the same disease, Mr. Thomas
J. DAVIS, 63.
In West Brookfield, 10th inst., Mrs. Hannah F., wife of Mr. Uriel
In Enfield, 11th inst., Mrs. Eveline CROSBY, 53; 12th, Mr. Ansel CROSBY,
54; husband and wife.
In Havana, 5th inst., of yellow fever, Capt. Richard BARSTOW, Jr., of
Mattapoisett, master of brig Sea Belle, of Newport, RI., in his 30th
Mrs. Charity Nichols
In Claremont, NH, on the 10th inst., at the residence of her son, E. L.
Goddard, Esq., Mrs. Charity Goddard, relict of the late Nicholas Goddard,
of Rutland, VT, 78. I
Golden Wedding. The celebration of the "golden wedding" of Col. James
Brown and his wife, at Saxonville, on the 4th inst., was attended by
about 150 of the children, grandchildren and other relatives of the
venerable couple. Mr. Brown built his house in Saxonville (then
Framingham) in 1807, and has lived in it ever since.
This concludes this issue of the paper... more to follow.