The Life And Letters Of Mrs. Emily C. Judson by Asahel Clark KendrickThe Life And Letters Of Mrs. Emily C. Judson by Asahel Clark Kendrick

The Life And Letters Of Mrs. Emily C. Judson

byAsahel Clark Kendrick

Paperback | February 6, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1861 Excerpt: ... and destiny. They strike to the inner heart of her biography, and show us in what a school of suffering and self-denial God was fitting her for her life-work. They will be read with tearful interest by her admirers, and teach, we hope, to many youthful hearts lessons of thankful resignation and resolute purpose. CHAPTER II. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF HER CHILDHOOD. "The roots how bitter!--yet the fruits are sw»et.' "Sorrows that are sorrows still, Lose the bitter taste of woe; Nothing's altogether ill In the griefs of long ago." NOTES OF MY EARLY LIFE, PBEPARED PARTLY FROM MEMORY, AND PARTLY FROM LETTEES AND PAPERS. (FOR MY HUSBAND.) John Chubbuck was a native of Wales, though of English parentage. He emigrated to the American colonies somewhere about the year 1700. The vessel in which he sailed being wrecked off Nantucket, he landed and subsequently took up his permanent residence in that vicinity. His son Jonathan, born near Nantucket, was married to Hannah Marble, a worthy and pious woman, by whom he had several children. Among them was Simeon, my paternal grandfather. Simeon Chubbuck was born at Bridgewater, Massachusetts. At the breaking out of hostilities between England and her colonies, he, though only sixteen years of age, enlisted as a volunteer in the colonial army, and continued in the service until peace was restored, and the army disbanded. He afterwards married Lydia Pratt, a native of Bridgewater, by whom he had five sons and five daughters. Charles, the second son, was born at Bedford, New Hampshire, March 3, 1780. James Bichards, the father of my maternal grandfather, was a native of England, and a dissenter. His son Amos married Catherine M'Cartney, whose father was an Irishman, and her mother, Mary Bois, a French Huguenot. My maternal grandfa...
Title:The Life And Letters Of Mrs. Emily C. JudsonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:22 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.05 inPublished:February 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217123716

ISBN - 13:9780217123716