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  Jeremiah Morrow - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Jeremiah Morrow (October 6, 1771 - March 22, 1852) was a Democratic-Republican politician from Ohio.
Morrow was born near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to the descendants of Scotch-Irish immigrants.
Morrow was sent back to Washington again in 1841, and served two more years in the House, but refused to be renominated in 1842, believing himself too old.
www.open-encyclopedia.com /Jeremiah_Morrow   (197 words)

 Ohio Historical Society | Ohio Governors
The ninth governor of Ohio, Jeremiah Morrow, was born near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on October 6, 1771, of Scotch-Irish ancestry.
Morrow was not a brilliant orator and his career in congress was not spectacular, but it was highly constructive.
An active politician, Morrow was one of the founders of the Whig party in Ohio.
www.ohiohistory.org /onlinedoc/ohgovernment/governors/morrow.html   (1074 words)

 Morrow County, Ohio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Morrow County is a county located in the state of Ohio.
It was organized in 1848 from parts of four neighboring counties and named for Jeremiah Morrow, Governor of Ohio from 1822 to 1826.
Famous people born in Morrow County include (1) Warren G. Harding, 29th President of the United States, who was born near Blooming Grove, Ohio in northeast Morrow County; (2) Quaker abolitionist Richard Dillingham, who was born in Peru Township; and (3) writer Dawn Powell, who was born in Mount Gilead.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morrow_County,_Ohio   (1236 words)

Morrow is named in honor of Jeremiah Morrow, who served as Ohio’s 9th Governor from 1822 to 1826.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF MORROW COUNTY and SYMBOL OF The first official flag of Morrow County was chosen in 1885.
Center outline of Morrow County is the Monument, dedicated to the citizens of Morrow County, by the U.S. Government for the highest sales per capita in the state, of World War I War Bonds and stamps in 1919.
www.morrowcochamber.com /pages/history.htm   (206 words)

 Jeremiah Morrow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Morrow was elected to represent Hamilton County in the first Ohio general assembly in 1803.
Morrow was Ohio's first United States congressman, serving from 1803 to 1813.
Morrow was one of the most active public servants in Ohio history.
www.ohiobio.org /governors/morrow.htm   (149 words)

 Jeremiah Morrow
Morrow was first called into public life, being chosen to a seat in the legislature of the Northwest Territory, and attended the session which met at Chillicothe November 23, 1801, and in that body favored the formation of a State government.
Morrow received a very large majority in the southwestern part of the State, and in the township in which he resided but a single vote was cast against him, and this vote was possibly his own.
Morrow was one of the happiest and most pleasing in the history of the West.
www.rootsweb.com /~ohwarren/Beers/III/0360_morrow_jeremiah.htm   (2927 words)

 My Frame Lineage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Jeremiah moved his family to Bourbon Co., Kentucky in 1784, and then to Jackson Twp., Preble Co., Ohio, where he lived for the remainder of his life.
Jeremiah is listed by the DAR as a Revolutionary War Veteran, but he appears on a list of delinquents from the Valentine White's 2nd Battalion, Augusta Co., Virginia in 1784.
Jeremiah Frame, a native of Virginia, removed with his family to Kentucky, Bourbon County, and in 1815 emigrated to this county, and settled in Jackson Township, in section twenty-five.
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 Jeremiah 17-24
Justly then does Jeremiah accuse them, that they were not only led away into evil through the whole course of their own lives, but that they also corrupted their children, for they left to them memorials of their own superstitions.
Jeremiah prescribes here a law for all prophets and teachers, and that is, that they are not to aspire to this office as many do, who, as we have already said, are guided by ambition.
But Jeremiah here refers to what we have seen in the first chapter, for he even dreaded the prophetic office, and confessed that he was not able to speak.
www.ccel.org /c/calvin/comment2/jer17-24.htm   (11570 words)

 Morrow, Ohio News from The Western Star   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The village of Morrow was planned in 1844 by William H. Clement, George Keck, and Clark Williams.
It was named in honor of Jeremiah Morrow, a local farmer and state legislator who served as an Ohio Senator, U.S. Congressman, U.S. Senator, and Ohio Governor.
Morrow was developed on the grounds of a farm owned by James Miranda.
www.western-star.com /news/content/news/local/morrow-oh.html   (294 words)

 A Burning in the Bones
Jeremiah is probably thinking back to the promise with which he began his ministry, recorded in the first chapter.
Jeremiah saw himself in rather heroic terms, and though he shrank from that call, yet he foresaw no pain or personal injury to himself involved at all.
Jeremiah discovered what many of us have discovered in the hour of pressure, what the Word of God tells us -- "Greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world," (1 John 4:4 KJV).
www.pbc.org /dp/stedman/jeremiah/3207.html   (2777 words)

 Jeremiah Morrow Should Be Called The Father Of Ohio
Morrow was a well-known and well-liked Congressman, being elected to four successive terms, each by a greater majority than the previous.
Morrow's record of sixteen years in his service to the country and Congress was elevated to high standards partly because of his journeys to and from Washington City.
Of the half dozen men whose names were highlighted were: Jeremiah Morrow of Ohio, 74; John Randolph of Virginia, 66; Nathaniel Macon of North Carolina, 50; William B. Giles of Virginia, 48; Joseph B. Varnum of Massachusetts, 39; and William Findlay of Pennsylvania, 39.
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Here Jeremiah denounces exile on the Moabites; as though he had said, that such would be the desolation of their land, that they would be forced as wanderers to flee here and there.
Jeremiah at length concludes his prophecy, by saying, that God would dissipate that foolish confidence through which the Ammonites were filled with pride, because he would bring a terror on them.
Here Jeremiah turns to Idumeans, who were most inveterate enemies to the chosen people, though their origin ought to have disposed them to show kindness to them, for they had descended from the same father, even Abraham.
www.thirdmill.org /files/english/texts/calvin/commentaries/comm_vol21.txt   (19176 words)

 Jeremiah LogBook - HTML edition 1.0
Jeremiah is approached by a young man named Simon, who claims to be seeking others who wish to bring civilization back as their parents once knew it, but Jeremiah turns down his approach.
Jeremiah and Kurdy are tended to by the boy's sister and her husband.
Jeremiah is a little annoyed when Kurdy accepts their invitation to join them when they make camp, where the two travelers learn that these people and their leader believe that their journey to the ocean will be met with a ship that will take them to a better world.
www.thelogbook.com /log/jer/year1.htm   (4758 words)

 Bible Tools & Resources - ChristianWebSite.com
Then Pashur smote Jeremiah the prophet, and put him in the stocks that were in the high gate of Benjamin, which was by the house of the LORD.
And it came to pass on the morrow, that Pashur brought forth Jeremiah out of the stocks.
Moreover I will deliver all the strength of this city, and all the labours thereof, and all the precious things thereof, and all the treasures of the kings of Judah will I give into the hand of their enemies, which shall spoil them, and take them, and carry them to Babylon.
www.botcw.com /bible/kjvspeaking/B24C020.htm   (542 words)

 ThML Template
Jeremiah 20:4; the doom of Judah is described in the following verse, and in the sixth the doom of Pashur.
Jeremiah 21:8; in the next verse, such as would meet with death are first referred to, and then those to whom life would be granted.
Jeremiah relates here what sort of reward he had received for his prophecy, — that he had been smitten and cast into prison, not by the king or by his courtiers, but by a priest who had the care of the Temple.
www.thirdmill.org /files/english/texts/calvin/commentaries/comm_vol19.html   (13198 words)

 Jeremiah 20:3
But Jeremiah only says briefly that he was brought out of prison: we at the same time gather that he was not dismissed, for he was summoned before Pashur to give a reason for his prophecy.
But Jeremiah teaches us, by his own example, that our constancy and firmness ought not to be weakened though the whole world loaded or almost overwhelmed us with reproaches.
Jeremiah no doubt had a regard to the meaning of the word Pashur, otherwise it would have been unmeaning and even foolish to say, "Thy name shall be called not Pashur, but terror on every side." Interpreters have expounded the word Pashur as meaning an increasing prince, or one who extends power, deriving it from
www.ccel.org /c/calvin/comment3/comm_vol19/htm/iii.ii.htm   (1121 words)

 Morrow County GenSoc-County Info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Morrow is one of Ohio's newest counties, having been formed February 24, 1848, from parts of Richland, Knox, Marion, and Delaware counties.
The county was named for Jeremiah Morrow, a resident of Warren County and Governor of Ohio from 1822 to 1826.
When the surrounding counties gave up land for the formation of Morrow County, most of the new lines were drawn along existing Township lines.
www.rootsweb.com /~ohmorrow/ctyinfo.html   (394 words)

 islandpacket.com | Local Sports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Morrow and Spires, both of whom transferred to Prep (4-2) as upperclassmen, sparked the Dolphins' offense with three touchdowns apiece as Prep destroyed Dillon Christian at home.
Morrow ripped off touchdown runs of 61, 42 and 92 yards to finish with a season-high 212 yards.
And while the two new friends stood together watching the clock expire from the sidelines, Morrow had a group of old friends waiting for him in the stands: a sizable group of Bluffton High School's football team, spending their bye week at Prep.
www.islandpacket.com /sports/local/story/5203194p-4728703c.html   (709 words)

 Heir Lines: Jeremiah Morrow of Warren County one of Ohio's most remarkable founding fathers.
Morrow was one of the most remarkable men who made up Ohio's founding fathers.
If there was such a person as a typical Ohio frontiersman, Morrow certainly fit the description, yet his outstanding character, good judgment, patient perseverance, and sincere humility made him a natural leader.
Morrow was born on October 6, 1771 near Gettysburg,...
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_go2372/is_200312/ai_n6627838   (197 words)

 Golden Lamb
In June of 1803 Jeremiah Morrow was elected as Ohio's first representative in Congress.
Morrow was already familiar with the difficulties and hazards of travel on horseback.
And in 1808 Representative Morrow, with Thomas Worthington of Ohio and Samuel Smith of Maryland in the Senate, introduced measures which led to the construction of the great highway from the Atlantic coast.
www.goldenlamb.com /history/hist_log_tavern.html   (1315 words)

 Jeremiah, Chapter 20 (King James Bible) ChristianAnswers.Net WebBible
2 Then Pashur smote Jeremiah the prophet, and put him in the stocks that were in the high gate of Benjamin, which was by the house of the LORD.
3 And it came to pass on the morrow, that Pashur brought forth Jeremiah out of the stocks.
Then said Jeremiah unto him, The LORD hath not called thy name Pashur, but Magormissabib.
www.christiananswers.net /bible/jer20.html   (566 words)

 Jeremiah is thrown in prison but still delivers the word of the Lord
Jeremiah is thrown in prison but still delivers the word of the Lord
Jeremiah feels like a failure and fears that the Lord will not fulfill His word je0410, je0108ff.
From 'aris which is derived from aras meaning "to tremble." Jeremiah's terrible enemies je1521 would not stand before the Lord.
www.bibleexplained.com /prophets/jere/je20.html   (787 words)

 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Morrow
Father of Anne Morrow Lindbergh; father-in-law of Charles A. Lindbergh (famed aviator).
Morrow, Jimmy — of Brandon, Rankin County, Miss.
Morrow, R. — of Brandon, Rankin County, Miss.
politicalgraveyard.com /bio/morrow.html   (613 words)

 My Scrapbook
Jeremiah Morrow became governor of Ohio in 1822.
Governor Morrow along with New York Governor Dewitt Clinton turned the first dirt for the Miami and Erie Canal.
Clinton was in the process of building the Erie Canal across New York and realized that commerce between Ohio and New York would come with the building of Ohio's canals.
worlddmc.ohiolink.edu /OMP/YourScrapbook?scrapid=9744   (857 words)

 Samuel J McMains
These eleven children were nephews and nieces of Gov. Jeremiah Morrow of Ohio, the first United States senator from Ohio, who served twenty-one years in that office.
Morrow was a ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church during all the period of his public service.
On June 12, 1821, he married Mary Morrow McKee, daughter of James McKee a distinguished early settler of Indiana county, who built what was known as McKee's Mills.
www.pa-roots.com /~armstrong/beersproject/m/mcmainss.html   (1843 words)

 Jeremiah Morrow
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MORROW, Jeremiah, senator, born in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 6 October, 1771 ; died in Warren county, Ohio, 22 March, 1852.
He removed to the northwest territory in 1795, and in 1802 was a delegate to the convention that formed the Ohio constitution.
www.famousamericans.net /jeremiahmorrow   (324 words)

 Ohio Historical Society | Ohio Governors
Trimble was a candidate for governor in the fall election of 1822 but lost to Jeremiah Morrow by a decisive vote (22,899 to 26,056).
At the next election for governor, when there was no third candidate, the vote was 39,526 for Morrow and 37,108 for Trimble.
By 1826, however, when Morrow was not in the running, Trimble won over three other candidates by an over- whelming majority.
www.ohiohistory.org /onlinedoc/ohgovernment/governors/trimble.html   (912 words)

 King James Version of the Bible   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The words of Jeremiah the son of Hilkiah, of the priests that were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin:
Now it came to pass, when Jeremiah had made an end of speaking all that the LORD had commanded him to speak unto all the people, that the priests and the prophets and all the people took him, saying, Thou shalt surely die.
Then spake Jeremiah unto all the princes and to all the people, saying, The LORD sent me to prophesy against this house and against this city all the words that ye have heard.
www.thenewagesite.com /ref/kjv/Jeremiah.htm   (18954 words)

 Morrow County, Ohio Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
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