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Michigan

Macomb County

The names of all these soldiers, and especially of these eleven dead heroes and martyrs for liberty—the liberty of their country and of all mankind—are a most precious and highly prized legacy of this Christian congregation. SINGING. The service of song has always received special attention, and there has been brought to it more than ordinary musical talent and culture. Great harmony has, for the most part, characterized the choir, and marked fidelity and enthusiasm in their work. When such names as, in the earlier choir, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Newbury, Mrs. N. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Lane, A. Bailey, A. B. Rawles," W. Hulsart, Dr. Leete, H. 0. Smith, S. H. Ewell, Charles Farrar, Dr Loud; and in the late choir Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Owen, E. C. Newbury, John Ford, J. Vaughan, H. 0. Smith, Dr. Loud, Miss Mary Smith, Miss Mattie Owen, Miss J. Mussey and Mrs. Rolls are recalled, this fidelity and success will occasion no surprise.

Early Macomb County


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