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2 edition of Whitall family found in the catalog.

Whitall family

Kathryn S. Dodson

Whitall family

a look at the American Revolution through the eyes of everyday people

by Kathryn S. Dodson

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Published by Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Whitall family.,
  • Gloucester County (N.J.) -- History.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Edition Notes

    RNJ 144,764

    Statementwriting and graphics by Kathryn S. Dodson with Sherada C. Rempe.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20939368M

      I searched around a little online and figured out its from the Whitall Tatum Company, a glassworks based in Millville, that operated from They made bottles, jars, and electrical insulators (those bell-shaped glass things that were on telegraph lines in the old days, that some antique collectors still collect today). I was born into the Cooper family in Woodbury and married fellow Quaker James Whitall. Between and I kept a diary and recorded how to live a Christian life. It concerned me that my husband and sons were not as serious in their religion as I was. Hannah Whitall Smith. HANNAH WHITALL SMITH () was born into a strict Quaker home in Philadelphia and became a major influence in the Holiness movement of the late nineteenth century. Besides "The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life," Smith also wrote "The God of All Comfort" and an autobiography, "The Unselfishness of God.".


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The little girl on the front on the right is me, Betty Whittall, later McKernan. The photo was the 60th wedding anniversary (marriedphoto is from 28 AprilIstanbul) of her great-grandparents, Frederick Edwin and Adelaide (known in the family as Lily, nee La Fontaine) Whittall and it shows a number of their children, their wives, their children’s children and wives.

When war broke out inlife changed dramatically for the Whitall family. In the spring ofWhitall family book a proactive effort to block British warships from navigating up the Delaware, the Continental Congress ordered a fort built on the north end of the Whitall farm, and the lands in the center of the Whitall apple orchard were seized for the : Gregory Safko.

Hannah Whitall Smith was the spiritual mentor of many, including Catherine Marshall. Born into a Quaker family in Philadelphia inshe grew up tirelessly investigating the religious life. She and her husband, Robert Pearsall Smith, immigrated to England to become one of America’s most famous expatriate families/5().

HANNAH WHITALL SMITH () was born in Philadelphia to a Quaker family. Her life expressed the joy that is found in complete surrender to the Lord. The secret to a happy life, according to Whitall Smith, is to trust implicitly in the promises of the Bible/5(67).

The Whittall family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Whittall families were found in the UK in In there were 2 Whittall families living in New Jersey.

This was % of all the recorded Whittall's in the USA. New Jersey had the highest population of Whittall families in Rapids: Baker Book House,pp. g Hannah Whitall Smith (continued from page 1) Introduction that Smith’s life was far from perfect: ‘‘The truth is that this writer of the best-selling Christian classic The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life had some ago-nizing experiences with mem-bers of her family and went through periods File Size: KB.

Personal life and work. Whittall was born in in the Eastern Townships of Quebec and spent her childhood on a farm on the outskirts of South Durham. She graduated from Dawson College in Montreal inattended Concordia University from toand completed an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Guelph in She works as a TV writer and Occupation: Writer.

Smith, Hannah Whitall, The God of all comfort and the secret of His comforting / by Mrs. Pearsall Smith (H.W.S.) (London: J. Nisbet, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Smith, Hannah Whitall, John M. Whitall, the story of his life. (Philadelphia, Printed for the family, ) (page images at HathiTrust).

The Whittall family name was found in the USA, Whitall family book UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Whittall families were found in the UK in In there were Whittall families living in Lancashire.

This was about 19% of all the recorded Whittall's in the UK. Lancashire had the highest population of Whittall families in Early Origins of the Whittall family.

The surname Whittall was first found in Lancashire where the name was derived from the place name Whittle-in-the-Woods, a township in the parish of Leyland. There are also "hamlets and townships in Northumberland and Derbyshire." "There are five townships bearing this singular name, two of which are in Lancashire, two in Northumberland.

Manuscript includes in part: Old Coles Church register of deaths, p. ; Whitall family book Mary's Church burials, p. ; Book 1 - William Matlack descendants; Book 8 - William Matlack descendants; Book 9 - Various families, including Whitall.], Book 9, p. "The Whitall Family of Red Bank", by "J.G.W & I.C.M", in the Bulletin of the Gloucester.

Zoe Whittall's latest novel, The Best Kind of People, spent 26 consecutive weeks on the Globe bestseller list, was shortlisted for the Giller Prize, was Indigo Best Book of the Year, Heather's Pick, Globe and Mail Best Book, Toronto Life Best Book ofWalrus Magazine Best Book /5.

Description. WHITALL-TATUM FAMILY BIBLE. New Testament only (plus the Bible’s General title, ures, and the Genesis 1 title leaf), plus several other Whitall-Tatum books and pamphlets with signatures and is a FIRST EDITION Isaac Collins Bible (New Testament), Less than known copies.

Author of The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life, The God of All Comfort, The unselfishness of God and how I discovered it, The Record Of A Happy Life, Daily He leads me, John M. Whitall, Christian Secret of a Happy Life, A Christian's Secret To A Happy Life.

Whitall, John Mickle,Whitall family Publisher Philadelphia, Printed for the family Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language EnglishPages: (Asbury Park Press) CAROLYN E. WHITALL AGE: 85 TOMS RIVER Carolyn E.

Whitall, 85 years old, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 29,at home in Toms River. Carolyn was born in Irvington and resided in. H annah Whitall Smith () was a prominent figure in the Holiness and Deeper Life movements at the turn of the 20th century. Her book The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life, one of the most influential books of the past years, was republished as part of Moody Publisher’s Classics is a summary of the holiness doctrine that she and her.

The Christian's secret of a holy life: the unpublished personal writings of Hannah Whitall Smith by Hannah Whitall Smith (Book) Hannah Whitall Smith: the feminist connections of a holiness icon: twenty women leaders of the 19th century and their connections to Hannah Whitall Smith by Robert A Danielson ().

HANNAH WHITALL SMITH () was born in Philadelphia to a Quaker family. Her life expressed the joy that is found in complete surrender to the Lord.

The secret to a happy life, according to Whitall Smith, is to trust implicitly in the promises of the Bible/5(3). Hannah Whitall Smith’s book The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life () is an extremely popular book of Christian mysticism and practical Holiness theology.

It is still widely read today. She wrote her spiritual autobiography, The Unselfishness of God And How I Born: February 7,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Susan Whitall is an award-winning journalist and author. She was born in Philadelphia, and moved to Detroit with her family at age She joined Detroit-based Creem Magazine as a writer and editor inand became editor in /5.

Mickle Whitall family. There are several sources of information on the Whitalls. Foremost is a memoir written in by John Mickle Whitall's daughter Hannah Whitall Smith titled John M. Whitall, the story of his life. A second book titled Memoir of Mary Whitall by herAuthor: Sandra White-Grear.

Notes. Note*: Samuel Mickle's Account Book: " Dec 11 Elizabeth Whitall, widow of Benj. deceased and mother of Joseph and Samuel, deceased 13th." 6; Note: Mother-in-law's will: Will of Abigail Ellis, Glou Co., Feb 8, names daughter Sarah Whitall, and granddaughter Abigail, daughter of Samuel and Sarah Whitall.

7 Note: Newbold manuscript:. GUEST POST from Andy Naselli A husband-wife team in the early s immediately preceded the early Keswick movement: Robert Pearsall Smith (–98) and Hannah Whitall Smith (–). Hannah is most famous for her book The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life.

Her book’s essential message is Keswick theology: “entire surrender” or Author: Kevin Deyoung. "James W. Whitall () was a prominent Quaker businessman and farmer in the southern region of New Jersey.

In he married Ann Cooper (), a devout, no-nonsense Quaker, and together they built a house situated on a farm consisting of over four hundred acres of land along the Delaware River in Red Bank, New Jersey. Early History of the Whitall family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Whitall research.

Another 61 words (4 lines of text) covering the years and are included under the topic Early Whitall History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. HANNAH WHITALL SMITH () was born in Philadelphia to a Quaker family.

Her life expressed the joy that is found in complete surrender to the Lord. The secret to a happy life, according to Whitall Smith, is to trust implicitly in the promises of the Bible.5/5(6).

Hannah Whitall Smith as family woman and religious guide [1] KERRI ALLEN University of Adelaide, Australia ABSTRACT This article focuses upon representations of Hannah Whitall Smith () and finds that most accounts of her portray her as a family woman, despite the fact that she was a social and political activist who wrote.

The Whitall family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Whitall families were found in the UK in In there were 33 Whitall families living in Surrey. This was about 18% of all the recorded Whitall's in the UK. Surrey had the highest population of Whitall families in This book is intended more for the members of the extended family; the book has long since sold out.

The following summary is intended to highlight some of the more important points. Charlton Whittall originally of Worcester, sent two of his sons to Smyrna as apprentices with the firm R.F. Breed and Co., Charlton jnr Whitall Tatum Company () Armstrong Cork Corporation () Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corporation () (last production of insulators was in ) Millville, New Jersey.

The first glass factory in Millville was built in on the banks of the Maurice River by James Lee along with several other men. Thereafter the factory. - Explore lorilesuer's board "Hannah Whitall Smith", followed by people on Pinterest.

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- Explore taffydog7's board "Hannah Whitall Smith", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Hannah smith, Best holiday movies and Good prayers pins. HANNAH WHITALL SMITH () was born into a strict Quaker home in Philadelphia and became a major influence in the Holiness movement of the late nineteenth century.

Besides "The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life," Smith also wrote "The God of All Comfort" and an autobiography, "The Unselfishness of God."/5(20). The Whitall Family and the Battle of Red Bank by Gregory Safko James W. Whitall () was a prominent Quaker businessman and farmer in the southern region of New Jersey.

Excursus XI: Hannah Whitall Smith: Higher Life Writer, Speaker on Sanctification, Developer of the Keswick Theology, Quaker Quietist and Universalist Heretic Mrs. Hannah Whitall Smith, author of The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life and other devotional books, was in her day, and remains at this time, a very influential—indeed, probably.

The Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield in National Park, NJ, is a jewel in the crown of New Jersey's historical landmarks. I am an 8th generation granddaughter of James and Ann Whitall, the original builders and owners of the home, and volunteer as a tour guide here for /5(12).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Hannah Whitall, John M. Whitall. Philadelphia, Printed for the family, (OCoLC) As a result, The God of All Comfort was written. Far from the abundant life promised by Christ, most Christians live in defeat and despair.

The object of this book is to reveal the secret of this abundant life and victory over defeat, to bring genuine and enduring joy into the lives of troubled Christians, to show that everything Christ 5/5(7). Hannah Whitall Smith originally wrote The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life in as an article for her husband's inspirational magazine.

The book subsequently became a worldwide best seller that has influenced generations. Smith describes her book with these words: "I do not want to change the theological views of a single individual.

Having swiftly and unfussily set up this scenario, Canadian novelist Whittall (The Middle Ground,etc.) chooses to focus not on the alleged crimes but on the repercussions on George’s family: wife Joan, a nurse; bright daughter Sadie, 17; and son Andrew, a lawyer with a boyhood history of being bullied at Avalon.

George’s perspective.Patricia was born in Windber, PA to Roxanne (nee Johnson) and Henry C. Witherow. She was a proud graduate of Penn State University, where she received a bachelor of arts degree in After moving with her family to Michigan, she was a docent for over 25 years at Cranbrook Academy of :