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Hartman moved to Israel in 1971 after a 15-year stint as a congregational rabbi in Montreal.The Tragedy And Success Of Rabbi David Hartman
February 11, 2013
Historical Examples of congregational
The vox Bensonorum was as familiar as the Congregational bell.'Charge It'
The deceased was licensed as a Congregational minister, Nov. 1, 1836.
In Markham Square is a large Congregational chapel, opened in 1860.Chelsea
G. E. (Geraldine Edith) Mitton
He was also made clerk of the Congregational church, I have some of his church records.Log-book of Timothy Boardman
Samuel W Boardman
It was built as a Congregational Church, and was destroyed by fire about 1870.Some Reminiscences of old Victoria
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