He became a member of the Church at Kettering, under the ministry of Mr. Boyce.
And, of course, he must also write to thank Mr. and Mrs. Kettering for their hospitality.
Kettering's mild oath was simply intended by way of encouragement.
And Kettering took up his cord again as if to continue his measuring.
In the evening, Mr. Toller, of Kettering, preached to the people from Acts ii.
Nature had been beforehand with old Kettering, and had made him one of her own mould.
Mr. Maidwell was a native of Geddington, a village three miles from Kettering.
By the way, what are they betting about this young Kettering?
But for a considerable period we find the town of Kettering distinguished by the faithful ministration of Gospel truth.
About 1697 he removed to Kettering, where, a few months after, he died.