Message from Mike Elliott and Kelly Leslie. To Phil and family, my wife Kelly and I would like to offer our sincere condolences for your lost. As teenage athletes, you and I experienced a lot between American Legion and high school baseball. We formed a great friendship and shared great memories.
Because of that friendship, I had the pleasure of coming to your house and meeting your family, simply great people. I will remember those great times and I hope you find time to remember the great times you had with your Dad. Message from Misty Peterson. My heart goes out to your family Our heartfelt sympathies to Reatha and family for the loss of your loved one and our friend "Chipper".
The memories of laughter, the Celtics and singing at C. Walker's will forever be with us! I will always remember Chipper as one of the good guys, a happy friendly person, a mentor and friend, genuine and sincere. I pray that our Creator has a place in paradise for my dear friend. He will live in my memory forever!!! Order your own sympathy flowers.
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Message from Dan Riquier. Message from Gary and Jo ann pomo. We send our prayers to you and family on your lost. Chipper was my friend since we were little guys on Norwich. The music was always the conection. I am so glad we got to record some toons a few years back. Reatha, Jack, Phil, Kirk and families, We are so sorry to hear of your lost.
We are sending prayers and healing hugs. I read a Buddhist saying the other day that read "you think there's always time". Well, there isn't any time here with Chipper any longer but the times that we did spend with him are all happy memories. Chip was a loving man with a big heart.
Rest in Peace, Chipper. I hope you get to meet and sing with Teddy Pendergrass in the Great Beyond. With love to Reatha, Phil, Kirk, Jack and families.
Message from Tammy Blinding Carol Johnson's daughter. Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
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Message from Kathy Haggerty. I want to let you know I care and that Chipper is in good hands with God and with no more pain. It is profoundly sad that his life was filled haunted by cancer. Sending hugs and love yo all of you. Message from Bethanie Coombs. Chipper I will miss you terribly. The songs you sang and dancing moves. My condolences to the family in this time.
Message from Akemi Simon. Kim, Sorry for the loss of your brother in law for you, your husband, family and friends!! Hugs and love to you! Message from Tom Bohara. I was 13 years old when we met, Chip. Never forgot that moment. Although we didn't cross paths much after that, I always thought of my childhood friends. You were a wonderful person.
I am very sorry you had to part from your loved ones. Message from Beth and Uncle Andy. Plaese accept our condolences on the passing of Uncle Chipper. Many, many fun times were spent with him. He was a wonderful, fun, fun man. Reatha, my heart goes out to you and the kids.
He left a special mark on everyone that knew him. I attended elementary school and high school with Chipper - we were both graduates. I was so very sorry to hear the news of his passing. It seems like just yesterday that we all saw his beaming smile at our 50th reunion. He is in God's hands now. May God be with you all in this difficult time. Message from ttpapa gmail. I was sorry to here of Chips passing. I have known Chip and his family for a number of years. I played softball against him and him and his family lived next to us on Pleasant st back in the late 70's, and now I help his son Jack coach little league baseball.
So myself and family want to give the hole Jenkins family our condolences. A candle was lit by Roberta J. Vincent on May 23, 9: He touched the hearts of many and left us wonderful memories that will keep him close to our hearts. Don't cry for me today, I wouldn't want it this way.
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Be strong and smile, for you will see me in a while. I know you miss me, but now in Heaven I will be. Do not keep your sad face, I am in a much better place. Do not let your tears fall, for I cannot wipe them all. Yes, my life wasn't long. But I'm begging you to be strong. Live every moment as if it were your last, I won't forget any memories that have passed. Cherish life and love as I watch you from above. As I remember all of the good things, I come to see I have gotten my wings. It is time to go and fly, as your guardian angel I will try. Don't cry for me today, I'm on my way.
Soaring through the sky, I watch all of you telling me goodbye.
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Message from Jim and Judy Brodowski. Dear Reatha and Family, At what must be the most difficult time of your lives, please know that our prayers for God's perfect Comfort resides deep within your hearts as you Know that Chipper is now living in Heaven with Him! Our prayers are with you all, Always! Message from Barbara E. Creighton, NFA Class of To Chipper's family my heartfelt condolences and prayers for you and your family.
Asaph, and Henry Dodwell the elder [q. At the time of the Monmouth rebellion he was confined in Chester Castle for three weeks July under a general order from the lord-lieutenant. He joined in a cautiously worded address September to James II. In May he was placed on the commission of the peace for Flintshire, but declined to qualify. His last years were spent in assiduous pastoral labours, in spite of waning strength.
He died at Broad Oak of a sudden attack of colic and stone, on 24 June , and was buried on 27 June in Whitchurch Church, where a marble tablet was erected to his memory, bearing a Latin inscription by John Tylston, M. In , when the church was rebuilt, his body was removed to the churchyard, and the monument to the porch. In a tablet bearing an English version of the epitaph was placed in the north aisle of the church, the original monument being transferred to Whitewell Chapel, near Broad Oak. He married, on 26 April , at Whitewell Chapel, Katharine b.
A genealogy of his descendants, to , was published by Miss Sarah Lawrence of Leamington. Like his manuscripts for the pulpit, they consist of brief notes and memoranda, invaluable for the light they throw on the inner life of the earlier nonconformity. They exhibit no humour, little evidence of learning or literature, but much curiosity about natural wonders. He believed in special providences, and invariably saw a divine judgment in the misfortune of an enemy of nonconformity. The veneration which hallows his memory is a tribute to his purity of spirit and transparency of character. Henry, see also Christian Life, , pp.
Henry, ; Sketch by C. Wicksteed in Christian Reformer, , pp. The Works of Philip Henry available in old English: Diaries and letters of Philip Henry. PDF Google Books 3.
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Gleanings of heavenly wisdom: PDF Google Books 6. Remains of the Rev. John Bickerton Williams ed. John Bickerton Williams London: Biography of Philip Henry Henry Tozer Henry Vane Jr. John White John Wilde n. All of Life to the Glory of God by C.