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Rev Charles L Guild

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Rev Charles L Guild

Birth
Waterbury, Washington County, Vermont, USA
Death
2 Jan 1899 (aged 64)
Greensboro, Orleans County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Buckland, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA Add to Map
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Son of Luther Guild and Lucy Curtis (Baker) Guild

m. Feb. 7, 1864 Elizabeth Rebecca Cutter of Jaffrey, N.H.
she was the dau of Joel & Mary S (Jones) Cutter

children (at least):
Lora Elsie b. May 11, 1865 d. June 23, 1895
Mabel Aenella b. 10 Aug 1869 d. 20 March 1948 single
Frank Nelson b. 29 Dec 1870 d. 12 March 1939 m. Marilla ______
Elwin LeRoy, b. July 24, 1872; d. Mar. 9, 1874
The burials for two of the above children are at Tucson, Pima County, Arizona at Evergreen Memorial Park. There are also CENOTAPHs here in Buckland on the east side of Charles & Elizabeth's stone. Frank Nelson Guild is at Tucson and Buckland. Mabel Aenella Guild is at Tuscon and Buckland.

6th settled pastor called to serve the First Congregational Church of Buckland, commonly known as the Mary Lyon Church. Served 1873 to 1881. At the time of his calling in 1873, there had been a year in which the Methodists and Congregationalists worshipped together as the congregational pastor, Rev. Charles Lord, had died of pneumonia while on a visit to New York City. "Then it was thought best to secure a pastor, though there were only seventy resident members, and the right man was found in Rev. Charles L Guild, educated at Amherst College and Bangor Seminary and formerly a missionary in Kansas, and more recently a pastor in Maine. He seemed perfectly adapted by preparation and experience to the work to be carried on here. Some hearts were never touched as under his ministry, and the large congregations which greeted his beginning remained steadfast with gradually awakening interest until the revival of 1876. Faithful work had for some time been going on in the Sunday school. A "Horse-Shed" class was formed of those who had not been in the habit of attending Sunday school regularly. Soon it became two classes and interest in the lessons was surely growing. Fellowship meetings had been begun in this conference in 1870. At one of these, then called a "Relay" meeting, held in Ashfield in the fall of 1876, one from Buckland seeking pardon and salvation rose for prayers. Immediately Brother Guild was at his side and brought him safely to the Saviour. Quickly following that meeting others were held in Buckland. The seed sewn in tears had sprung up and grown, men knew not how; and now, being ripe for the harvest, it was reaped with joy…Brother Guild went to Charlemont in 1881. [History of Buckland by Fannie Shaw Kendrick, pub. 1937, pg 124-125]

GUILD, Charles L., son of Luther and Lucy Curtis (Baker) Guild, was born in Waterbury, Vt., 1834, April 10. Graduated, Kimball Union Academy, 1859, and Bango Theological Seminary, 1863. Ordained at Bangor, 1864, Feb. 4; acting pastor, Wabaansee, Kan., 1864-8; Milford, 1868-9; Cottonwood Falls, 1869-70; Perry, Me., 1871-3; Buckland, Mass., 1873-8; Charlemont, East, 1878-81; Charlemont and W. Hawley, 1881-5; installed, Enosburg, Vt., 1885, Aug. 26, dismissed, 1892, April 6; acting pastor, Greensboro, 1892, until death. Married, 1864, Feb. 7, Elizabeth Rebecca, daughter of Joel and Mary Sylvania (Jones) Cutter, of Jaffrey, N.H. Of four children, a son and daughter are living. Died of grippe, 1899, Jan. 2, aged 64 years, 8 months, and 22 days. [Congregational Year Book 1900 pg 21 via Congregational Library, Boston MA website]

History of Buckland by Kendrick w/genealogies by Kellogg pg 477-478:
GUILD, Charles L., Rev., b. Apr. 10, 1834; d. Jan. 2, 1899. He m. Elizabeth Cutter, b. Oct. 9, 1834; d. Aug 2, 1901.

In Greensboro, Vt. Jan, 2, Rev. Charles L. Guild, aged 64y 8m 23d. Body brought to Buckland for burial.
[The Greenfield Gazette And Courier Archives Jan 07, 1899, p. 11, thanks to FAG Contributor 46951894]
Son of Luther Guild and Lucy Curtis (Baker) Guild

m. Feb. 7, 1864 Elizabeth Rebecca Cutter of Jaffrey, N.H.
she was the dau of Joel & Mary S (Jones) Cutter

children (at least):
Lora Elsie b. May 11, 1865 d. June 23, 1895
Mabel Aenella b. 10 Aug 1869 d. 20 March 1948 single
Frank Nelson b. 29 Dec 1870 d. 12 March 1939 m. Marilla ______
Elwin LeRoy, b. July 24, 1872; d. Mar. 9, 1874
The burials for two of the above children are at Tucson, Pima County, Arizona at Evergreen Memorial Park. There are also CENOTAPHs here in Buckland on the east side of Charles & Elizabeth's stone. Frank Nelson Guild is at Tucson and Buckland. Mabel Aenella Guild is at Tuscon and Buckland.

6th settled pastor called to serve the First Congregational Church of Buckland, commonly known as the Mary Lyon Church. Served 1873 to 1881. At the time of his calling in 1873, there had been a year in which the Methodists and Congregationalists worshipped together as the congregational pastor, Rev. Charles Lord, had died of pneumonia while on a visit to New York City. "Then it was thought best to secure a pastor, though there were only seventy resident members, and the right man was found in Rev. Charles L Guild, educated at Amherst College and Bangor Seminary and formerly a missionary in Kansas, and more recently a pastor in Maine. He seemed perfectly adapted by preparation and experience to the work to be carried on here. Some hearts were never touched as under his ministry, and the large congregations which greeted his beginning remained steadfast with gradually awakening interest until the revival of 1876. Faithful work had for some time been going on in the Sunday school. A "Horse-Shed" class was formed of those who had not been in the habit of attending Sunday school regularly. Soon it became two classes and interest in the lessons was surely growing. Fellowship meetings had been begun in this conference in 1870. At one of these, then called a "Relay" meeting, held in Ashfield in the fall of 1876, one from Buckland seeking pardon and salvation rose for prayers. Immediately Brother Guild was at his side and brought him safely to the Saviour. Quickly following that meeting others were held in Buckland. The seed sewn in tears had sprung up and grown, men knew not how; and now, being ripe for the harvest, it was reaped with joy…Brother Guild went to Charlemont in 1881. [History of Buckland by Fannie Shaw Kendrick, pub. 1937, pg 124-125]

GUILD, Charles L., son of Luther and Lucy Curtis (Baker) Guild, was born in Waterbury, Vt., 1834, April 10. Graduated, Kimball Union Academy, 1859, and Bango Theological Seminary, 1863. Ordained at Bangor, 1864, Feb. 4; acting pastor, Wabaansee, Kan., 1864-8; Milford, 1868-9; Cottonwood Falls, 1869-70; Perry, Me., 1871-3; Buckland, Mass., 1873-8; Charlemont, East, 1878-81; Charlemont and W. Hawley, 1881-5; installed, Enosburg, Vt., 1885, Aug. 26, dismissed, 1892, April 6; acting pastor, Greensboro, 1892, until death. Married, 1864, Feb. 7, Elizabeth Rebecca, daughter of Joel and Mary Sylvania (Jones) Cutter, of Jaffrey, N.H. Of four children, a son and daughter are living. Died of grippe, 1899, Jan. 2, aged 64 years, 8 months, and 22 days. [Congregational Year Book 1900 pg 21 via Congregational Library, Boston MA website]

History of Buckland by Kendrick w/genealogies by Kellogg pg 477-478:
GUILD, Charles L., Rev., b. Apr. 10, 1834; d. Jan. 2, 1899. He m. Elizabeth Cutter, b. Oct. 9, 1834; d. Aug 2, 1901.

In Greensboro, Vt. Jan, 2, Rev. Charles L. Guild, aged 64y 8m 23d. Body brought to Buckland for burial.
[The Greenfield Gazette And Courier Archives Jan 07, 1899, p. 11, thanks to FAG Contributor 46951894]

Inscription

Rev Charles L Guild
April 10 1834 Jan 2 1899
Elizabeth Cutter his wife
Oct 9 1834 Aug 2 1901
Elwin Leroy
July 24 1872 March 9 1874
Lora Elsine
May 11 1865 June 23 1895
GUILD



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