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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30., A New ship, a New colony, and a New church. (search)
s, Old South Church, Rev. Samuel Green and Bro. John Tappan, Union Church, who after hearing and approving the articles of faith and covenant which had been adopted by the persons desirous of being embodied in the church, proceeded to organize such of them as were presented with certificates of dismission and recommendation, into a distinct body. Their names are as follows: John Selmar Nubia Newport Gardner Robert Wainwood Eusebia Wainwood Phillis Fitch Harriet Moett Diana Harris Mary Anna Five others though not provided with letters furnished satisfactory evidence to the Council that they were members in good standing in the Church of Christ and were cordially received into communion by the new church. Their names were John Chavers, Mary Chavers, William Thomas, Andrew Harris, Corta DeWolfe. Rev. Mr. Wisner, Scribe, read the proceedings of the Council. Prayer was by Dr. Jenks, and sermon by Rev. S. E. Dwight, from Psalms 68:31. Ethiopia shall soon stret