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History of the First Universalist Church in Somerville, Mass. Illustrated; a souvenir of the fiftieth anniversary celebrated February 15-21, 1904 34 2 Browse Search
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s permanent pastor, and thus the custom of engaging the minister by the year was for the time abandoned. In March, 1862, John Dugan, Louis Horton, and C. L. Shaw were admitted to membership. In March, 1864, W. D. Barnett, L. P. Hollander, S. W. Fuller, W. H. Pierce, A. Eddy, D. B. Perkins, B. P. Lovejoy, G. W. Daniels, and D. W. Hapgood were added, and in March, 1865, J. E. Carver, Obadiah Merritt, and C. B. Hollander were admitted. Up to this time (1865), Edwin Munroe, Jr., had been treasurer, but now declined the nomination, and Stephen W. Fuller was chosen to fill his place. Mr. Munroe was, however, again elected chairman of the standing committee, holding this latter position until 1867. During the pastorates of Rev. D. H. Clark and Rev. Benjamin K. Russ, sociables were held frequently at the homes of some of the parishioners. These were well attended, and were lively and entertaining. Games were indulged in, and music, and, in some houses, dancing added to the attra
small congregations greeted him, but when the parish meeting was held, on January 16, 1899, Mr. Maxwell's name led all the rest on the informal ballot, and he was at once unanimously elected to the pastorate. He began his labors in Somerville the first Sunday in March, 1899. During the first two years of the new pastorate, the debt pledges were loyally paid by our people. On the evening of April 16, 1901, thirty years from the time the mortgage was placed on the church building, Stephen W. Fuller, who signed the original note as parish treasurer, had the honor of burning the ancient document in the presence of a large gathering of parish members. This event aroused the people, and since that time the parish has steadily grown stronger, until to-day it pays its bills from its regular income, and has no debts of any kind. Some of the minor organizations have been given up, and the strength of the parish centred on the strongest and most necessary, like the Sunday School, the
The Ladies' Sewing Circle Mrs. S. W. Fuller This society was organized March 15, 1854. The following is a copy of the preamble to the constitution:— It is the design of this society to strengthen and increase a social feeling among the members, and to assist by its funds any good and commendable enterprise of the religious society with which it is connected, or to contribute to any good object that a majority of the members may designate; and we as members agree to abide by the following constitution. The names of the original members cannot be obtained; two years later, however, in 1856, we find a list in which are the following names:— Mrs. N. T. Munroe, Mrs. Daniel Pratt. Mrs. Sewall Dodge, Mrs. Nathaniel Daniels, Mrs. John Mandell, Mrs. George Rogers, Mrs. E. Harmon, Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. James Runey, Miss Georgiana Williams, Miss Harriet Fitz, Mrs. W. Gage, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. H. Bradshaw, Mrs. H. Cutter, Mrs. Seth Stevens, Mrs. Childs, Mrs. George S. Fogg, Miss Mar
s that should be mentioned in an article of this sort which, for lack of information, are omitted. I recollect, however, one matter of which no mention is made in the records. It is the kindness of four classes in the school, by whose efforts there have been placed upon the vestry walls five pictures, which have greatly added to its appearance. Mrs. A. H. Carvill's class gave the one in the infant class room, Mrs. G. D. Haven's class that which represents Jesus among the doctors, Mrs. S. W. Fuller's class the two on the opposite wall, and Mr. A. Hodgman's class the one of St. Cecilia. The good example set by these classes should be emulated by others, until our vestry walls are embellished by ten or more fine pictures. Our Sunday School may well take pride in the knowledge that at least five of its members have entered the Universalist ministry: Rev. E. H. Chapin, Rev. R. A. White, Rev. Leslie Moore, Rev. George F. Fortier, Rev. Gertrude A. Earle, the latter being one of the
Bixby, J. Q. Twombly. 1870—B. S. Binney, S. W. Fuller, Caleb Rand, Benoni Bixby, J. Q. Twombly. 1871—B. S. Binney, S. W. Fuller, Caleb Rand, Benoni Bixby, J. Q. Twombly. 1872—J. F. Ayer, S. WS. W. Fuller, George W. Ireland, J. F. Nickerson, J. Q. Twombly. 1873—J. F. Ayer, S. W. Fuller, GeorgS. W. Fuller, George W. Ireland, J. F. Nickerson, J. Q. Twombly. 1874—H. R. Bishop, S. W. Fuller, W. P. Mitchell, J.gs, F. G. Lombard. 1882—J. F. Nickerson, S. W. Fuller, S. R. Briggs, George Stephens. 1883—A. Hodgman, J. Walter Sanborn, O. J. Davis, S. W. Fuller, George Stephens. 1884—George Stephens, J. Walter Sanborn, A. Hodgman, E. B. Sears, S. W. Fuller. 1885—O. A. Jenkins, J. F. Nickerson, A. H.rvill, J. W. Sanborn, S. R. Briggs. 1887—S. W. Fuller, J. F. Nickerson, A. H. Carvill, Irving Smith, George Stephens. 1888—S. W. Fuller, J. F. Nickerson, A. H. Carvill, Irving Smith, George Stepto 1865, Edwin Munroe, Jr. 1865 to 1877, S. W. Fuller. 1877 to 1891, W. P. Mitchell. 1891 t var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));