rman, Ansorge, Brown, Fuller, Leonard, McLean, Norton, Phipps and Teele, with some others, to the nuogether with reference to this situation.
John H. Norton was elected chairman and David H. Brown secretary.
After prayer by J. G. Fuller, Mr. Norton stated the object of the meeting, to consider theonal church. Messrs. Phipps, Fuller, Ackerman, Norton and Brown were appointed a committee to preparNew York City, and the report was accepted.
Mr. Norton was authorized to circulate a paper for the Teele.
Hattie B. Teele.
Abbie F. Teele.
John H. Norton.
Martha R. Norton.
Adeline C. Barrett.
treasurer and collector, Abner J. Phipps, John H. Norton and F. O. Kittredge members of the standin
At the annual meeting, January 29, 1873, John H. Norton, D. H. Brown and H. S. Judkins were appoin the society, in December, 1883, appointed Messrs. Norton, Leonard, Craig, Babb, Ober and Parker a Drman and F. G. Clark, former members.
Mr. John H. Norton, who was for years our most liberal cont[5 more...]