onsisting of persons of colour about to sail for Liberia, was publicly received into the fellowship of other churches.
An Ecclesiastical Council having been held at a previous hour consisting of Rev. Dr. Jenks [moderator], Rev. Sereno E. Dwight and Bro. Samuel Train,
Samuel Train, in 1827, moved to Medford and here became a well-known citizen, living in the second house west from the First Parish or Unitarian church.
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XVIII, p. 89. Park Street, Rev. Ebenezer Rogers and Dea. Samuel Fales, First Church, Dedham, Rev. Justin Edwards and Dea. Mark Brown, South Church, Andover, Rev. Benjamin B. Wisner and Dea. William Phillips, 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