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Ebenezer Gregory was elected poundmaster and fifty-eight overseers of highways were chosen After the transaction of some further business the following additional officers were chosen:

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In Chicago, he was an active member of his local Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he studied the trombone and the violin, becoming proficient enough on the latter for the musical director to invite him to join the orchestra, with which he performed until the age of 18.
It was settled between 1725 and 1727 by Captain Ebenezer Eastman and others from Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Punch, or the London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and engraver Ebenezer Landells.
Punch was founded on 17 July 1841 by Henry Mayhew and engraver Ebenezer Landells, on an initial investment of £ 25.
Munroe's method of making pencils was painstakingly slow, and in the neighbouring town of Acton, a pencil mill owner named Ebenezer Wood set out to automate the process at his own pencil mill located at Nashoba Brook along the old Davis Road.
The People's Political Party ( PPP ), founded in 1952 by Ebenezer Joshua, was the first major political party in St. Vincent.
Burch and Ebenezer Radburn, his turnkey, severely beat Northup to stop him from saying he was a free man.
The first president was Ebenezer Fitch.
He was replaced by the less likeable, Ebenezer Smith.
Central to the creation of the Football Association and modern football was Ebenezer Cobb Morley.
The Bryce Canyon area was settled by Mormon pioneers in the 1850s and was named after Ebenezer Bryce, who homesteaded in the area in 1874.
A large group of conformal maps for relating solutions of Maxwell ’ s equations was identified by Ebenezer Cunningham ( 1908 ) and Harry Bateman ( 1910 ).
Daniel Webster was born on January 18, 1782, to Ebenezer and Abigail Webster ( née Eastman ) in Salisbury, New Hampshire, the present-day city of Franklin.
Bacup is home to the long Elgin Street which held the record as the shortest street in the world until November 2006, when it was surpassed by Ebenezer Place, in the Scottish Highlands.
Barnes was also home to Ebenezer Cobb Morley, who in 1862 was a founding member of the Football Association.
Disney began to engross himself in books about city planning, such as Ebenezer Howard's " Garden Cities of To-morrow ", and all that was needed to pull off something of that magnitude.
The Ebenezer Hayden House ( third from the river ) was the initial hip-roof house in the lower valley, and the current Episcopal Church Rectory ( the Richard Hayden Dwelling ) was the first brick house in the lower valley.
Ellington's sole representative to the voting on the adoption of the United States Constitution by Connecticut was Ebenezer Nash.
* Ebenezer Stoddard ( 1785 – 1847 ), a United States Representative from Connecticut and Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut, was born in Union.
West Lebanon was laid out and platted in the fall of 1830 by Ebenezer Purviance, John G. Jemison and Andrew Fleming, and consisted of 64 lots.
As recently as December 25, 2006, many listeners told the National Public Radio program Talk of the Nation that Mister Magoo was their favorite Ebenezer Scrooge.
In 1794 after the American Revolutionary War, the first European-American settlement was attempted by Archibald Prater, John Williams, Ebenezer Hanna, Clayton Cook, but they were driven out by Native Americans who had long inhabited the territory.

Ebenezer and elected
Ebenezer Syme was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly shortly after buying The Age, and his brother David Syme soon came to dominate the paper, editorially and managerially.
Thus, when John Houstoun was elected governor in January 1778, Treutlen dropped out of statewide politics and returned to Ebenezer to see what he could do to help the community and people that had provided him with so much during his three decades in America.
Late in 1781, Treutlen re-entered statewide politics as Ebenezer ’ s elected representative to the Georgia Assembly.
Bustamante was unanimously elected as leader of the party, while Ashford Sinanan ( Trinidad ), Victor Bryan ( Trinidad ) and Ebenezer Joshua ( St. Vincent ) were chosen as first, second and third deputy leaders, respectively.
It was provided that there be annually elected a committee of five persons, a " town clerk, a path-master, and three fence-viewers, " and that Abraham Jacob Lansingh, or his heirs forever, should be one of the committee ; At the first town meeting Ebenezer Marvin was elected moderator and Thomas S. Diamond clerk.

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The first in 1733, known as the First Secession and headed by figures including Ebenezer Erskine, led to the creation of a series of secessionist churches.
Matinicus was first settled in 1750 by a squatter, Ebenezer Hall, who had served as a lieutenant during the 1745 Battle of Louisburg.
Ebenezer Adams, who would later be the first mathematics and natural philosophy professor at the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, was the academic preceptor in Leicester in 1792.
The village was originally named Warrenville in 1848 after Ebenezer Warren, the first postmaster in the township.
Its first chapel, called the Ebenezer Episcopal Church of Prairie Ronde, built in 1836, was the first church building of any denomination constructed north of the St. Joseph River.
A post off named " Worth " was established on March 6, 1848, with Ebenezer Davis as the first postmaster.
Beardsley ; and the first marriage, that of Ebenezer Russell and Mrs. Moore.
Michael Dunning may have been the first ; others included John Rhodes, Jeheil Parks, Samuel Clark, Luther Landon, Dean Chase, Ebenezer Valentine, Ebenezer Dibble, Ebenezer Millard, Obadiah Tompkins, Reuben Doolittle, Cornelius Abeel, Stephen Ireland, Robert Hemple, and William Marvin.
It took 22 years until the first settlers arrived in the area: Ebenezer Sanborn coming from nearby Corinth, founding the " Bradford farm ", and Joseph Thurber from New Hampshire, founding the " Shepard farm ".
The headstone was for the vintner Ebenezer Lennox Scroggie, a relative of Adam Smith, who had won the catering contract for the visit of George IV to Edinburgh and the first contract to supply whisky to the Royal Navy.
Ebenezer Sproat was the first sheriff, Paul Fearing became the first attorney to practice in the territory, and Colonel William Stacy was foreman of the first grand jury.
Sierra Leonean palm wine music is known as maringa, and it was first popularized by Ebenezer Calendar & His Maringar Band, who used styles that came from freed slaves from the Caribbean, especially Trinidadian calypso.
Torrington, originally Wolcottville, was first settled in 1735 by Ebenezer Lyman, Jr., of Durham, Connecticut.
The first white settlers, around 1791 included: Josiah Patterson, Ebenezer Tracy, Edward Edwards, David Manning, Eliphalet Parsons and Whittlesey Gleason.
The town was first settled around 1820 by Ebenezer Reed who moved from Connecticut.

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