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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 2., The second Congregational and Mystic churches. (search)
e Congregational Church there for four years; then was called to the Congregational Church in Janesville, Wis., where he preached till he came to Medford. During his pastorate in Janesville, being much interested in education, he was, by State appointment, made a visitor to the Normal School at Whitewater and a lecturer before the Teachers' Associations. He was installed in Medford Nov. 16, 1881, and dismissed May 12, 1886, to assume the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church in Troy, N. Y., where he has most successfully labored to the present time. By a unanimous vote of the church the following record was made April 27, upon the receipt of his letter of resignation: Though extremely reluctant to part with a pastor who has been so successful among us and is so highly esteemed by all his flock, we yet recognize the importance of the position to which he has been called, and therefore, though with sincere regret, accept his resignation. Rev. James L. Hill was his succ