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The Country Minister of a By-gone Time: A Biographical Sketch of Rev. Amos Foster

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Published by Printed by Thomas Todd .
Written in English


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Charles Edgar Jordan's biographical sketch comes from Notable Men of Alabama: Personal and Genealogical, Volume 2, edited by Joel Campbell DuBose. Atlanta, Ga.: Southern Historical Association, CHARLES EDGAR JORDAN was born Sept. 28, , in Wayne county, N. father, Edgar Jordan, born on a farm in Wayne county, N. Y., was a descendant of Governor Hoffman of New York. Journal of the gospel labours of George Richardson: a minister in the Society of Friends, with a biographical sketch of his life and character. (London: A. Bennett, ), by George Richardson (page images at HathiTrust).

Was born in Mason county, West Virginia, July 7, , and is a son of Richard and Mary Bunce, who came to the county (Gallia Co, OH) in He was married Ap , in Gallia county, Ohio, to Mary Jane Daniel, who is his second wife, a daughter of Sylvester W. and Margaret Daniel, who came to this county in In memoriam: a biographical sketch of Thomas Stokes / (New York: Printed for Private Distribution, ), by James Stokes Dickerson (page images at HathiTrust) In memoriam. A book of record concerning former members of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Abe Martin of Brown County, Indiana (third edition; Indianapolis: Press of Levey Bros. and Co, ), by Kin Hubbard (multiple formats at Indiana); Abe Martin on the War and Other Things: Being a Full Year's Review of the Sayings and Doings of Abe Martin and His Brown County, Indiana, Neighbors, Including Several Articles of Some Length (Indianapolis: Abe Martin Pub. Co., ), by Kin Hubbard. Smith concludes Kingston’s biographical sketch: S.F. Kingston, whose biographical sketch appears in Thompson's Sketches of the Ministers up to the year , when that volume was published, was in that year living in Selma, Alabama, and was employed by organizations engaged in .


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iii P R E F A C E TO THE FIRST EDITION. _____ To the members of the First Baptist Church of Jesus Christ, of Pittsburgh. DEAR BRETHERN IN THE LORD: Fourteen years ago [May ]; I was called in the Providence of God, to the care of your that time you were few in number, feeble in resources, and like your brethren in the days of Paul, "a sect every where spoken against.".

Page [unnumbered] C: 2 r', —7 -t I, - I "', L, 6, R*" ie Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page 1 HISTORY OF BARRY COUNTY BY HON. W.'W. POTTER ILLUSTRATED With Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men BY FORD HICKS and EDWARD BUTLER Engraved and Printed by THE REED-TANDLER COMPANY Grand Rapids.

About this time, the congregation, having increased in numbers and pecuniary strength, began to take the first steps towards the erection of a church edifice, which resulted in the brick church on Prairie Street. The next minister was the Rev. P. D. Young, who preached one year, and left, for reasons to the writer unknown.

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