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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
aniel Appleton was by the church elected to the work of the ministry, in order to the taking upon him the pastoral office as God shall open the way thereunto. This was by a great majority; the votes for Mr. Appleton being 38, and the votes for Mr. Flynt but 8. The moderator declared to the church their election of Mr. Appleton as aforesaid. 6. It was proposed that those that had not voted for Mr. Appleton in writing might have the opportunity to manifest their satisfaction with the vote thate,20.0.0 Edwd. Ruggles,6.13.4 Saml. Danforth,14.5.0 Saml. Sparhawk,13.6.8 W. Brattle,26.0.0 Edw. Manning,7.4.0 Edw. Wigglesw[orth]16.2.8 Thos. Soden,10.0.0 Edwd. Marrett,11.6.8 Jno. Fessenden,10.0.0 Owen Warland,7.6.8 Wm. How,8.0.1 Henry Flynt,9.6.8 John Hicks,7.10.0 Wm. Angier,7.1.0 Jona. Sprague,10.14.0 Moses Richardson,8.12.0 Mr. Appleton,13.6.8 Ebenr. Bradish,14.10.0 Thomas Kidder,100.0 Jona. Hastings,20.0.0 Stephen Prentice,10.13.4 James Read,10.3.0 Fr. Foxcroft,18.