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Obituaries (1858-1859) in the 1860 Register
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Rev. Josiah Gilman, at Lynn, Nov. 2d, 1858, after a year's suffering from palsy. He was born in Gilmanton, N. H., Dec. 17th, 1791. He worked at blacksmithing until about 31 years old, when, impelled by his love of truth, he commenced preaching the Gospel. He was settled, and preached considerably, in Rumney, Washington, Atkinson and Concord, N. H., in Saccarappa, Me. ; and in Tyngsboro', Amesbury and Stoneham, Mass. He had for parishioners, Revs. J. G. Adams, A. A. Miner, N. R. Wright, H. Beckwith and W. Wilcox, before they themselves became ministers. He was emphatically "a good man, a sincere Christian, an ardent lover of truth, and a self-taught student of the Bible;" and closed a useful ministry of 35 years by a death according with his faith.
Dr. Aurin Bugbee, a physician, who died in Boston, last April, was for many years a tlniversalist clergyman, in Charlton--and lived much respected in both professions. He was 51 years old.