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Reverend Henry C. Delong. ON Monday morning, January 10, 1916, there passed away one of our mem
een considerable and of much interest.
Henry C. DeLong (a clergyman's son) was born in Birmingha ity of arranging an exchange of pulpits with Mr. DeLong, as I did also with the then minister of the Things have changed, and we are all glad.
Mr. DeLong was a man of different theological inheritan keep, the scholar's attitude, which was what Mr. DeLong had done through all the long years of his m of mine in the local papers, and I knew that Mr. DeLong was greatly interested in it and would have ve kind.
But I speak of this merely to show Mr. DeLong's broad Christian sympathy and his really ev and David Osgood for forty-eight years, with Mr. DeLong forty-five years. So also he inherited the t tax payers contributing to its support.
And Mr. DeLong was earnest and intelligent in his community brood.
And some of us are glad of it!
For Mr. DeLong was made thereby a dignified and serious tea [2 more...]