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361. Stark, Harold M

404. Smith, Lavinia N

533. Stockdale, Carrie E...

640. Stewart, James F

686. Stevenson, John A.....

694. Simon, James

698. Shank, John A

706. Stewart, Letitia

756. Stewart, Martha D

802. Staubus, Wm. R

825. Smith, Evan Thomas...

600. Swan, Beatrix

244. Sebrell, Laura

730. Southard, Elizabeth

19. Saverber, Fred. J



764i. Tunrbull, Lydia..

182. Taggart, Hannah

260. Tracy, Charles A.

228. Taylor, Isaac N.

682. Taylor, Lulu M . .

835. Taylor, Katherine B.

653. Thompson, Susan C.

243. Thompson, Mattie . .

704. Thompson, Jessie F.

718. Thissell, Horatio N.

670. Thomas, Dorothy...

4. Turner, ....



1866
1823

1845

1882

1877



1826

1879
1818
1885



1868
1849
1877
1855
1887

1820



1870
1817

1862
1880

1863
1818
1862



Index III.



1X1



U.

NO. IN YEAR

RECORD. OF BIRTH

716. Ustick, Wm. A 1800

V.

486. Vogt, Mary 1877

792. Van Deman, Margaret. 1842

W.

41. Work, Mary E 1838

116. Williams, Esther 1850

143. White, Martha 1825

146. Waldo, Leonard 1853

212. Wilson, Herman L 1847



NO. IN
RECORD.



YEAR
OF HIKI II



289
330
190

521

711
598

snii

848
866
870



Wilson, William II 1886

Wright, Fanny I

Wheeler, John D 1845

Worstall, Wm. B 1865

Watt, Charlotte L 1853

Waugh, John F 1878

Waldo, Arabella L 1841

Wright, Edward N 1863

Williams, Wm. E 1875

White, James K 1841

z.



53. Zollars, Edith.
368. Zollars, Flora.



RECORD OF THE FAMILY OF JOSEPH S.
GILLESPIE (Incomplete)



(This record is correct so far as it goes; but complete data could
not be obtained.)

JOSEPH- (SAMUEL 1 )

165. Joseph S. Gillespie, (1st m. Martha 2 Hugh 1 see Martha Stewart
(3) record.) Son of Lieut Samuel and 'Esther Raney Gillespie, of Wal-
den, N. Y.

Joseph S. Gillespie, (b. July 1, 1785, Walden, N. Y.

2nd m. Sept. 7, 1821,

174. Mary F. Robinson, (b. Dec. 25, 1791.

(d. Nov. 30, 1827, Bloomingburgh,
O.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (JOSEPH).
SARAH 2 (JOSEPH 1 )

175. (1) Sarah Jane Gillespie, (b. Aug. 23, 1822, Bloomingburgh,

m. July 4, 1843, Blooming- Ohio.

burgh, O., (d. Feb. 2, 1878, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

176. Isaac Newton Boggs, (b. Feb. 2, 1821.

(d. May 21, 1852, Bloomingburgh,
Ohio.

CHILDREN — BOGGS.
SARAH 3 (JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

177. (1) Joseph Leander Boggs, (b. Apr. 13, 1844.

(d. Aug. 23, 1863.

Mr. Boggs died of illness contracted in the army, Co. "A"
i st O. V. C. Capt. Noah Jones.

178. (2) Esther Margaret Boggs, (b. Feb. 21, 1847.

179. (3) Mary White Boggs, (b. Dec. — 1849.

(d. Nov. 8, 1850.



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JOSEPH 2 (SAMUEL 1 )

180. (2) Esther Susan Gillespie, (b. Aug. — 1824.

(d. Same date.

181. (3) William Abram Gillespie, (b. July 7, 1826.
Joseph S. Gillespie, (b. July 1, 1785.

3d m. July 4, 1829,

182. Anne Patton, (b.

(d. Mar. 14, 1831.

Joseph S. Gillespie, (b. July 1, 1785.

4th m. May 3, 1832, (d. Jan. 17, 1843.

183. Mary Wilson, (b. May 13, 1795.

(d. Dec. 11, 1858.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (JOSEPH 4th M.).

184. (1) John Wilson Gillespie, (b. May 26, 1833, Bloomingburgh,

m. June 20, 1857, Ohio.

(d. Sept. 29, 1910, Bloomingburgh,
O.

185. Lucy Myers, (b. July 22, 1884, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (JOHN W.).

JOHN 3 (JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

186. (1) Mary Ida Gillespie.

187. (2) Joseph Myers Gillespie.

188. (3) Lucy Lovejoy Gillespie.

189. (4) John Scott Gillespie.

JOSEPH 2 (SAMUEL 1 )

190. (2) Martha Anne Gillespie, (b. Sept. 15, 1834, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.
(d. Aug. 30, 1842, Bloomingburgh,
Ohio.

191 . (3) Hannah Elizabeth Gillespie, (b. Mar. 4, 1836, Bloomingburgh, O.

m. Ogden, Utah,

192. William Nelson Ellis, (b. Nov. 15, 1815, Borden, N. Y.

(d. June 29, 1900, Corinne, Utah.

193. (4) Samuel Lovejoy Gillespie, (b. Jan. 12, 1838, Fayette Co., O.

m. June 18, 1873, Evan- (d. Mar. 10, 1909, Los Angeles, CaL
gasimba, Corisco, W. Africa

194. Martha B. White, (b. Apr. 14, 1842, Belfast, Ireland.
Add.: (1913) 182 Virgil Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.



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CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (SAM'L L).

195. (1) Mary Frances Gillespie, (b. Apr. 21, 1874, Blomingburgl

m. June 10, 1904, Dayton, O.,

19G. Robert A. Wells, (b. — 1875, Felicity, O.

Add. : Boxley, Ark.
Land owner.

CHILDREN — WELLS.

MARY 4 (SAMUEL 3 JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

197. (1) Robert James Wells, (b. Aug. 1, 1906, Boxley, Ark.

198. (2) Frederick Samuel Wells, (b. May 8, 1908, St. Louis, Mo.

199. (3) Earl Francis Wells, (b. June 16, 1910, Boxley, Ark.

200. (4) Evelyn Cornelia Wells,. (b. April 18, 1913, Boxley, Ark.

SAMUEL 3 (JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

201. (2) Martha Elizabeth Gillespie, (b. July 25, 1875, Corinne, Utah.

m. Apr. 5, 1895, Corinne, (d. Jan. 27, 1905, Corinne, Utah.

202. William Robert Howard. (b. Mar. 21, 1872, Ogden, Utah.

Add. : Los Angeles, Cal.
Business : Salesman.

CHILDREN — HOWARD.

MARTHA 4 (SAMUEL 3 JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

203. (1) William Lowell Howard, (b. Jan. 6, 1896, Fairfield, la.

204. (2) Clendenning Gillespie (b. Aug. 25, 1898, Brigham, Utah.

Howard,

205. (3) Maude Elizabeth Howard, (b. Sept. 8, 1900, Corinne, Utah.

206. (4) Dorothy Frances Howard, (b. Aug. 25, 1903, Corinne, Utah.

207. (5) John Marshall Howard, (b. Oct. 17, 1904, Corinne, Utah.

SAMUEL 3 (JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

208. (3) Cornelia Judson Gillespie, (b. Jan. 8, 1877, Corinne, Utah.
Add. : Los Angeles, Cal.

209. (4) Emilie Lovejoy Gillespie, (b. Dec. 15, 1879, Brigham, Utah.
Add.: Truchas, N. M.

Teacher.

210. (5) Samuel Lovejoy Gil- (b. Jan. 13, 1882, Brigham, Utah.

lespie, Jr., (d. Jan. 14, 1882, Brigham, Utah.

211. (6) Maude White Gillespie, (b. May 7, 1884, Brigham, Utah.

m. July 17, 1911, Santa Ana,
Cal.,

212. Elbridge Gerry Rideout, (b. Oct. 4, 1867, Fairfield, Maine.

Business: Investments.
Add. : Los Angeles, Cal.



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CHILDREN — RIDEOUT.

MAUDE* (SAMUEL 3 JOSEPH 2 SAMUEL 1 )

213. (1) Alice Martha, (b. Feb. 17, 1913, Los Angeles, Cal.



JOSEPH 2 (SAMUEL 1 )

214. (5) Eliza Frances Gillespie, (b. Nov. 3, 1840, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio,
(d. Sept. 24, 1882, Bloomingburgh,
Ohio.

As Fannie Gillespie's intimate friend of many years, I knew
her well. Her sweet voice which she accompanied with the guitar,
bright and witty conversation, made her a favorite in all social
gatherings. A fall when a child, resulted in spinal curvature, from
which she suffered increasingly through life, but through all her
sufferings, no one ever heard her utter a complaint. During the
war, that sweet tender song "Somebody's Darling", as sung by
her, always brought tears to every eye. — F. S. IV.

GILLESPIES



AND THOSE WHO MARRIED GILLESPIES.



165
175
181
184
190
180
191
193
214
186
187
188
189
195
201
211
208
209
210
164
174
176



Jos. Gillespie

Sarah Jane

William Abram

John Wilson

Martha Ann

Esther Susan

Hannah Eliz

Samuel Lovejoy ....

Eliza Frances

Mary Ida

Joseph Myers

Lucy Lovejoy

John Scott

Mary Frances

Martha Eliz

Maude White

Cornelia Judson . . .

Emilie Lovejoy

Samuel Lovejoy, Jr.

Martha Stewart

Mary F. Robinson . . ,
Isaac Newton Boggs.



1785 177 Joseph L. Boggs

1822 178 Esther M. Boggs

1826 179 Mary White Boggs...

1833 182 Anne Patton

1834 183 Mary Wilson

1824 185 Lucy Myers

.1836 194 Martha B. White

1838 192 William N. Ellis

1840 202 William R. Howard..

.... 203 William L. Howard..

.... 204 Clendenning G. How

.... ard

205 Maude E. Howard....

1874 206 Dorothy F. Howard. .

.1875 207 John Marshall Howard

1884 212 Eldridge G. Rideout..

1877 213 Alice Martha Rideout.

1879 196 Robert A. Wells

1882 197 Robert J. Wells

1784 198 Frederick S. Wells...

1791 199 Earl Francis Wells...

1821 200 Evelyn Cornelia Wells.



1844
1847
1849

1795
1834
1842
1815

1872
1896

1898
1900
1903

1904
1867
1913
1875
1906
1908
1910
1913



Gillespie Record.



IN MEMORY OF SA.Ml'KL LOYEJOY GILLESPIE.



March 10, 1909, at Los Angeles, California, Samuel Love-
joy Gillespie passed into rest, lie was born in Fayette County,
Ohio, and passed his young manhood during the bitter anti-
slavery agitation of which his father was a part, before the Civil
War. The name of "Lovejoy" given the new-born son, expressed
the love, sacrifice and danger he shared in the cause. An elder
in the church, the Gillespie home knew the family altar, and so
born and living, like Samuel of old, he eagerly gave himself to tin-
Master's service.

His early life built up a strong physique for the hard places
he was to fill. He went to Salem Academy, Ohio, to prepare
for college when the war between the States broke in its fury,
and August 5, 1861, at the age of twenty-three he enlisted as a
private in Co. A, First Ohio Cavalry. His war experience was
intense, and often tragic, but he served the full three years of
his time, and though frequently wounded he was never off duty
on the firing line. He took part in fifty-one battles and skirmishes,
and at Gettysburg alone, he was seventeen times face to face with
the enemy. At the close of his enlistment he returned to Salem
and finished his preparatory course, and entered the Sophomore
Class at Washington and Jefferson, College (1866,) from which
institution he was graduated with honors 1868. His manly bear-
ing, physical and moral courage, studious habits and ever genial
smile, won him love and confidence. He entered Princeton hold-
ing himself ready for service, and just before the close of his last
term the call came, and he set sail with Dr. and Mrs. Bushnell
for West Africa. The same ship took the little mission sail-
boat "The Elfie", and for two years he was assigned the task of
running this little mission boat up and down the rivers, gathering
native food and children for the mission school at Gaboon.
Sailing his small craft up the coast to another station he was
stranded, and the "Elfie" became a total wreck. Here, on the
island of Corisco, he took up the work George Paul laid down
when called to his reward. On the 18th of June 1873 he married
Miss Martha B. White who had been sent out from Philadelphia
by our Board of Foreign Missions, for work at Corisco. The ill-



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ness of his wife closed all prospect of continuing the work in
Africa, and they were obliged to return home, but his two friends
Dr. Jackson and Rev. Mr. Welch entreated him and his wife to
. undertake the work at Salt Lake City, under the Home Mission
Board, among the Mormons in Utah. At Corinne, where was the
first organized church in Utah, he wrought so mightily and fear-
lessly that Brigham Young determined upon his destruction, and
to this end instigated three thousand Bannock and Blackfoot In-
dians to take the warpath, August, 1875, from Southern Idaho.
This dastardly plot was defeated by General Sheridan sending
troops from Fort Douglas to defend this little community. After
four years in this almost entirely Gentile city, Mr. Gillespie was
convinced that the time had come for the church of Christ to cease
acting upon the defensive, and commenced an aggressive warfare
against Mormonism, and he went to Brigham City, six miles from
Corinne, named by its ecclesiastical chief, Apostle Lorenzo Snow.
in honor of the Mormon head, boasting that it should ever remain
a Morman settlement. Xo entrance seemed possible at first, but
at length a disaffected Morman sold his property to the Board
of Home Missions, and in the spring of 1878. Mr. Gillespie moved
into this hotbed of Mormonism. His coming was the occasion of
an outbreak of intensely bitter Mormon opposition and persecu-
tion, being put under the ban of the Mormon Priesthood, and was
subjected to a series of insults and outrages to force him to give
up his work. His fences were torn down, out buildings over-
turned, and his house repeatedly stoned, his property and grounds
cursed by a Mormon Bishop, and the lives of himself and family
in constant danger. But God knew his man when he sent Samuel
Gillespie, for he would not flee. In eighteen years he kept up a
Christian school, organized a Christian church, swept the original
name of the town from the map, substituting Box Elder. He
secured the conviction and imprisonment of Apostle Snow for
polygamy, and transformed the entire community. His friends
loved him, and his enemies feared him. After these years of
hard service he returned East, not to be idle, but still to serve
his Master. But his heart was in Utah, and a year before his
death, sending his family on to Los Angeles, he. with a few others
went from village to village through U^tah preaching in season
and out of season, in byways and highways, with tears and tender
entreaties, to lost men and women. In 1908 he joined his family.



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but a distressing disease took hold of him, and knowing the end

was assured, quiet and happy, almost joyous, he made all needed
preparations for his homegoing; in agony of body, but jubilant in
spirit, he entered into rest (1909). — Compiled from a sketch
written by Rev. J. If. Stewart, a classmate, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia.

CROSSING THE BAR.

"Sunset and evening star.

And one clear call tor me :
And may there be no moaning of the bar
When I put out to sea.

But such a tide as moving seems asleep,

Too full for sound or foam,
When that which drew from out the boundless deep

Turns again home.

Twilight and evening bell,

And after that the dark !
And may there be no sadness of farewell,

When I embark.

For though from out our bourne of Time and Place

The flood may bear me far.
I hope to see my Pilot face to face

When I have crossed the bar."

The old Gillespie home visited by Samuel Gillespie in 1871,
was in the highlands of Scotland. The family belonged to the
Campbell clan, and they took a prominent part in the history of
Scotland, and in civil and ecclesiastical agairs. They were Cal-
vinists, and one helped to frame the "Confession of faith". For
their belief they were obliged to cross into Ireland at the close
of the seventeenth century. The brothers who went, settled in
county Antrim, and later came to America, but no definite date
can be secured.



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LETTER TO ESTHER STEWART HUNT, DES MOINES,
IOWA, BY SAMUEL LOYEJOY GILLESPIE.



Box Elder, Utah, June 12, 1893.

Mrs. Esther Elizabeth Stewart Hunt.

Dear Cousin : — In regard to any hearsay, knowledge or
tradition with which I am acquainted in relation to the connection
in some way to the Stuarts of Scotland, there has been little
doubt since so many of the names of the Royal line were given
the family, and I have always heard that the lost or destroyed
records, proved this beyond question.

I was glad to receive so interesting a letter from you. I
heard you were living in Des Moines, Iowa, and tried to call
and see you a few years ago. when on a visit with Dr. Wishard,
pastor of the Old Presbyterian Church, now Superintendent of
Missions in Utah. But I am glad to hear from you at Grinnell.
and of Fannie S. White. But I could not learn from your letter
where she is living now. Stuart Taylor and I roomed together
at Geneseo, N. Y., while attending a normal musical institute
under Prof. Bradbury in 1859. I have heard from him occa-
sionally by letter, and also from a Miss Christie of Ft. Wayne,
who was our mission teacher one year. And also from Dr.
McNiece, Pastor of the 1st Presbyterian Church, Salt Lake City,
who was formerly Editor of the leading paper in Ft. Wayne.
His friendship was very pleasant and I am glad to hear of him
and his son Frank. It is very interesting to hear of his visiting
those old family homes at Walden and Bloomingburgh, N. Y., as
well as the Hagerstown one in Maryland. The old stone home-
stead of the Stuarts was still standing when I visited there in
1870, and many of our relatives are still living in that vicinity.

Bloomingburgh, Ohio, was settled by families from Orange
County, N. Y., and Uncle Matthew Gillespie bought the naming
of the town for a gallon of rum. George Stuart's wife of Bloom-
ingburgh, Ohio, was Jane Gillespie of Bloomingburgh, N. Y. So
the Stuarts and Gillespies have continued their intermarriages.
Your grandfather and my father. Joseph Gillespie, exchanged
sisters at their first marriage, Esther Gillespie and Martha Stuart;
and married sisters the second time, and their families were



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widely connected with the Patterns and Robinsons. When your
father lived in Ohio, near Frankfort, on the old Stuart home-
stead, your father's was a great place to visit. I here were
found the young people from the home of Noah Evans, Wm.
Ustick, Joseph Gillespie, Robert Robinson and others, the com-
panions of your parents and my older brothers and sisters. There
are but few of them now living. My oldest brother, Dr. Jimpsey,
now J$, is still living at Bloomingburgh, Ohio, with George
Stuart, and Robert Robinson, Jr., at Washington, Ohio, and a
few others, but how few ; and all of them like the almond tree
flourishing in the gray hairs.

But what a jolly set of young people they were, and so happy
in their society and connections. Well, how fast we follow on
and here is another generation coming after us. I have five young
ladies in my home, who, this evening are having a children's
entertainment for Children's Day.

We are kindly situated, all well and much interested in the
people here and our work. We have a small church and school,
with several out stations. My sister Elizabeth Ellis lives at
Corinne, six miles distant. This is a beautiful climate, and charm-
ing scenery, and the mountains, at this season of the year are
delightful.

I well remember you as a little girl coming into your
father's room one Saturday, P. M.,' when I was reading, and
seeking a welcoming kiss from her cousin. In regard to the
Gillespies, you may be pleased to know that on my way to my
African mission field, I visited the old Gillespie home in Scotland.
How reverently I took off my hat to those rare old ancestors, such
strong and resolute men, that even the feared wailing of the
banshee, which every pedigreed Scotch family possessed, did not
daunt.

The George Gillespie, the emigrant of whom you speak, may
have been our first ancestor ( ?) since he showed his determined
spirit in "scraps" with the Church as soon as he landed.

I hope you will succeed in your efforts with cousin Fannie,
in the family researches. With regards to all your family and
cousin Fannie,

Your cousin,

Samuel L. Gillespie.



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LETTER FROM JANE GILLESPIE STEWART TO ESTHER

STEWART HUNT.



It is through grandmother Esther Gillespie we get our Revo-
lutionary record. Great grandfather having been in that war.
Lieut. Samuel Gillespie, Welden, N. Y., in Col. Johannis
Jansen's Regiment, on file at Albany, N. Y. (1893) and on the
pension rolls at Washington, D. C. If living cousin Mary Swin-
ton is in Franklinville, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y. Two brothers live
in Orange Co. Stansbury Gillespie lives near Pine Bush, N. Y.
He has the old Gillespie Bible (or his son has). Renwick Gilles-
pie lives in Walden west of Newburgh. To Stansbury Gillespie's
you go from New York up the N. Y. Erie to Middleton, a branch
road to Pine Bush. Grandfather Gillespie had twelve children
(See D. A. R. record,) all married but Nathaniel. (He was a
chemist).

Mrs. Dales, sister of grandmother (Esther Raney Gillespie)
was grandmother to Dr. Dales, of Philadelphia, the famous U.
P. preacher and Mrs. Lansing missionary in Egypt. Their name
before marriage was Rainey. (Raney).

Jane Gillespie Stewart.

Esther, youngest daughter of Samuel Gillespie, was living
with her mother at her brother's at Bloomingburgh, N. Y., when
she met and married Robert Stewart.

Note: Abraham had four daughters, David lived in New York
City. Susan m. James Millspaugh, banker, Walden, N. Y. Stansbury's
son William has Gillespie Bible or his son. Anne Gillespie Allen lived in
New York City. Mary Gillespie Douglas lived in N. Y. State.

GILLESPIE RECORD D. A. R. AND SONS OF THE

REVOLUTION.

Lieutenant Samuel Gillespy (ie) born 1792 died 1815, mar-
ried Esther Raney about 1769, Walden, N. Y., Esther Raney born
1750 died 1827. Esther, Joseph and Matthew's descendants have
this right. See record for these dates.

CHILDREN

Name. Dates of Birth. To whom married.

1. William April 19, 1770 Martha Milliken.

2. Anne January 11, 1773 ... Robert Allen.



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3. Mary February 21, 1775... Joseph Douglas.

(Jane Crawford.

4. Stephen October 15, 1777.... [Elizabeth Smith.

5. Susan October 10, 1779 James Millspaugh.

(i. Samuel September 1, 1781... Margaret Gunning

7. Nathaniel Aug. 15, 1783 Unmarried

Martha Stewart.

Joseph July 1. 1785 J Mary F. Robinson.

Anne Patton.
Mary Wilson.
(Mary Crawford.
9. Abraham March 25, 1788 ^ Christina Crawse.

10. David October 9, 1789 Mary S. Post.

11. Matthew May 11, 1793 Mrs. Margaret Stewart-Nye.

12. Esther January 111, 1797 Robert Stewart.

From manuscripts of the colony and state of New York in
the Revolutionary War on file in the comptroller's office. Albany,
N. Y., (before the fire).

Vol. 12, folio 120.

Vol. 12, folio 125.

See National No. 65835.

On the walls of a room in the building known as Washing-
ton's Headquarters at Newburgh, New York, hangs the follow-
ing document.

44. Original Qualifications of the Officers of the Regiment
of Militia* of the Precinct of Hanover, dated Nov. 30, 1775.

Frame room F.

This pledge reads: We, the subscribers, officers of the Regi-
ment of *Militia of Foot in Hanover Precinct, in Ulster County.
of the Colony of New York, do hereby promise and engage under
all the ties of Religion, Honor and regard to our country, that
we will respectfully, duly observe, and carry into execution to the
utmost of our power, all and every of the Orders, Rules and
Recommendations made, or to be made, by the Continental Con-
gress, and the Congress or Convention of this Colony.

Signed : Charles Clinton, Chairman.

and at different periods by twenty-one others, and (Lieut.) Sam-
uel Gillespy (pie).

* The Militia was the only medium for entry from state into na-
tional service.



As we go to press from over seas there comes,

"The blare of trumpets,
The ruffle of drums"

and echoing tramp of marching legions, that tell of the break-
ing out of the greatest war of all time, "God give us men" to
guide our country clear of threatening rocks, that she may, with
helping hands and wisdom from on high, preserve our peace to
serve the war-torn nations.

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