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railroad net of that it the be to for improving ran SMp- looking stolen two (Death of an Aged Minister. Hanover Herald. Bev. F. E. Vandersloot, father-in- law of the editor of the Herald, at his home near Herndon, Fairfax county, Virginia, Thursday morning, in his 84th year. Deceased was to the oldest minister on the rolls the Reformed church in this country. He was a son of Rev. Frederick William Vandersloot, a Reformed pastor well known in this county many ago, and who is buried at the schwam church in Paradise township. The deceased lived at Gettysburg many years, where he practiced dentist, and as such was widely over this section. He removed to Philadelphia, about 1868, and some thirteen years ago, after his second marriage, to a farm near Herndon, Virginia, where he died. The Vandersloots have been a family of ministers. 2sot only were father and brother of deceased Reformed ministers, but his grandfathers on both sides. For several dred years back, the family has traced in the ministry of the Reformed church. In many of the families there was but one son, and yet link never failed; that son spent life in the service of the death of Dr. Vandersloot closes chapter of the family history, his Rev. Samuel J. Vandersloot, having died several years ago, and now of the family are in the sacred

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  1. New Oxford Item,
  2. 27 Jun 1890, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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