Lord, Cuthbert Hayhurst

A Collection of Memorials or Testimonies Concerning Divers Ministers and Elders deceafed

A abstract of Nicholas Waln's testimony, concerning that faithul servnt of the Lord, Cuthbert Hayhurst, who departed this life, at this own boufe in the county of Bucks, in Pennsylvania, about the 5th of the first month, 1682-3 near the fiftieth year of his age.

He was born at Easington, in Bolland in the county of York, in Old England, and was one of the worthies in Israel. My spirit is comforted in a sense of tht power, which did attend him in our meetings, for many years in the land of our nativity, and also after he came into these parts; having been a valiant soldier for the truth, and bore a faithful testimony to the fame, in...

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