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Page 47 - November 8, 1875, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That in the death of Mr.
Page 4 - That a particular Presbyterian church, so far as adults are concerned, is constituted and organized as such, by a number of individuals, professing to walk together as the disciples of Jesus Christ, on the principles of the Confession of Faith and Form of Government, of the Presbyterian Church...
Page 18 - A member of the Masonic fraternity and of the Knights of Pythias.
Page 24 - Whig; but, on the organization of the Republican party, he joined its ranks, and remained a steadfast worker in its interests until his death.
Page 4 - York ; removed, with his father, Rev. E. Conger, to Huron County, Ohio, in 1824 ; pursued his academic studies at Huron Institute, Milan, Ohio, and graduated in 1842 at Western Reserve College ; was employed in the geological survey and mineral explorations of the Lake Superior copper and iron regions in...
Page 14 - When the civil war broke out, he was among the first to enter the service of his country.
Page 6 - Arbor, and at once commenced the study of law; entered the law department of the University of Michigan; was admitted to the bar in June, 1866, and began practice in Ann Arbor, in partnership with Hon.
Page 5 - For a number of years prior to his death, he was a member of the village Board of Education.