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Baptisms: 1838-1843, 1879-1882, 1890-1922. Marriages: 1879-1882. Under the leadership of Rev. John W. Hamilton, it became the People’s Temple in 1877, and a new church was built. The Church Street.

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Baptisms: 1838-1843, 1879-1882, 1890-1922. Marriages: 1879-1882. Under the leadership of Rev. John W. Hamilton, it became the People’s Temple in 1877, and a new church was built. The Church Street.

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John Singer Sargent was born in Florence, Italy in 1856 to American parents. He was descended from a New England family of merchants and shipowners.

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