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  • A degree of remoteness or separation
  • remove from a position or an office
  • degree of figurative distance or separation; "just one remove from madness" or "it imitates at many removes a Shakespearean tragedy";
  • remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
  • form a carpet-like cover (over)
  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
  • rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
  • cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
  • A large rug, typically an oriental one
  • An internal bodily fluid, not necessarily red, that performs a similar function in invertebrates
  • the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped through the body by the heart and contains plasma, blood cells, and platelets; "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries away waste products"; "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions"
  • Violence involving bloodshed
  • The red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body
  • temperament or disposition; "a person of hot blood"
  • smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill

Funeral Invitation and Letter, 1873
Funeral Invitation and Letter, 1873
"Mr. Glenn Putman, "You are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of Cornelius H. Putman, Esq., from the residence of his son-in-law, Gardiner Blood, No. 10 Market Street, on Friday next, the 15th inst., at 3 o'clock P.M. "Amsterdam, N.Y., Aug. 13, 1873 "Dear Brother, I telegraphed you today to 348 West 53 Street and send you this also, in hopes it will reach you in time. Come up if possible. No time to add more. "Yours aff., Effingham" Cornelius Henry Putman was a lawyer practicing in Amsterdam, New York. He was born in Glen, Montgomery County, New York on 29 August 1796 to Cornelius Hendrick Putman (1761-1798) and his wife Maria Quackenboss (1758-1834). The Putman family was descended from one Rutgerus Putman, who was born 1510 in Hamm, Westphalia, Germany, and died 1575 in Lipstadt. The family moved into Holland and England over subsequent, until Johannes Putman, born 1645, probably in Leyden, South Holland, Netherlands; emigrated to Schenectady, Albany County, New York, where he died February 9, 1689/90. Cornelius H. Putman married Gazena Vissher Mabee (23 Feb.1801-20 Feb. 1861), who was also born in New York, on 24 October, 1820, in the Reformed Dutch Church, Fonda, Montgomery County. Gazena was the daughter of Simon Maybee and Gazena Visscher. The Putmans had a number of children, all born in Glen, New York: Glenn--to whom this letter was sent and who seems to be named after their home town (1822-1880); Maria (b.1824), who married Benjamin Mount; Alonzo Cornelise (1826-1892), who was a practicing physician by 1850 and married Harriet Maria Van Rensselaer, second Annie E. MacFarlan; Gazena Elizabeth (1831-1908), who married Gardiner Blood; and Effingham H. (B. 1834-d. bef 1890)--the author of this letter, whose wife was Marie Catherine--possibly Locheny. Putman's funeral procession led from Gardiner Blood's residence to Green Hill Cemetery in Amsterdam, where he was buried. His Will, dated 21 May, 1840, was probated in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, on 11 November, 1873. The petition was filed by his son, Effingham H.Putman, and his son-in-law, Gardiner Blood. The children listed in the Will were: "Glenn Putman, who is now residing in New York City. Maria (Putman) Mount, wife of Benjamin Mount, who is now residing in Glen, Montgomery County, New York. Alonzo Putman, who is now residing in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. Gazena Putman Blood, the wife of Gardiner Blood, who is now residing in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. Effingham H. Putman, who is now residing in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York." Effingham Putman was a "dealer in staple and fancy dry goods, carpeting, oil cloths &c., 150 Main Street, Amsterdam" (1869-70 directory of Amsterdam.) He was still an active merchant in Amsterdam in 1883. He also was a member of the miliatry, in some capacity, as he is listed in New York Miltary paybooks as a young man. Glenn Putman was living in New York City working as a porter at the time of his father's death. Glenn Putman appears to have died in the city in April 1880, age 58, of a fall through a hatch that fractured his skull. Dr. Alonzo Putman practiced in Amsterdam. As noted above, he was twice married. His first wife, Harriet Maria Van Rensselaer, was born September 12, 1827, married June 4, 1856, and died August 15, 1860. They had one child, Catherine B. Putman Rankin. Catherine was born at Glen, Montgomery county, New York, February 20, 1857. Upon the death of her mother, she moved to Albany to live at the old homestead, Cherry Hill, with Mrs. P. E. Elmendorf, daughter of General Solomon and Arriet Van Rensselaer, a cousin of her mother. Dr. and Mrs. Elmendorf had one daughter, Harriet Van Rensselaer Elmendorf, who married Dr. John Woodworth Gould. According to the Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs: "Mrs. Rankin is now owner of the old mansion, which stands on high ground to the west of South Pearl street, almost concealed by large trees, a double house, built in 1768, of wood, filled in with brick, with a spacious veranda from which one may view the Hudson river with its commerce passing continually up and down. Instead of abandoning the house for another portion of the city, which might seem to some to be more congenial, or disturbing the interior furnishing as styles changed, she turned her attention to the beautifying of the estate, and to-day presides over one of the most quaintly charming of all the old-fashioned residences to be found within the limits of Albany county. Not alone does it possess for her abundance of charm of family romance, but her guests are immediately appreciative of this when cordially received within the walls from which ancestral portraits look down as one sits beside a great hearth fitted with all the old utensils, even to the crane, and is served from silver and china of past generations. It is to be noted at once that everything is in keeping,
Do we really understand this covenant that we supposedly believe in (the New Covenant a/k/a the New Testament)??
Do we really understand this covenant that we supposedly believe in (the New Covenant a/k/a the New Testament)??
Question: Did Moses have a right to the throne of Pharoah? As he was not the blood descendant but surely was the adopted son of Pharoah's daughter. Had Pharoah have liked Moses he could indeed have made him pharoah. Did Joseph have a right to oversee the Egyptians as co-ruler of Egypt? As he was not the blood descendant to the throne yet he was adopted into Pharoah's family (and of course had married Pharoah's daughter). Here we have examples of Kingship authority by being placed into the areas of Kingship rights and not by bloodlineage. And Joseph is our example of God's righteousness in bringing about a situation for one man who was at odds with his own family and certainly suffered much...yet God had allowed Joseph to encounter those conditions only to raise him up above all the rest and for the good for the Hebrews and for the Egyptians. And then he used Joseph to rule over them all! Why the suffering to get one man in the right place only to elevate him higher? because God has a spiritual enemy whom we refer to sometimes as the devil, the satan. Why does God have such an enemy? I don't know...but Jesus did mention that there was war in heaven and that the violent were trying to take heaven by force (so there is a report of such a battle...and we do know that God and satan had their challenge with each other in using Job (if we want to believe that story as true) (and if we do then we also must recognize that satan has powers also like GOD but we are told that satan is not as powerful as GOD...yet even Christ was concerned over the violent trying to take heaven)(Christ even tells us that he had a vision of satan falling like lightening to the earth...a clue that satan was being cast out of power in heaven and being thrust out to the earth). Certainly if satan is responsible for the evil on planet earth then we know he is still on earth (but NOT IN HEAVEN anymore)..but the battle field is still evident. You know we watch Star Trek and such movies and we can clearly understand that we possibly are not the highest intelligence in all the galaxies. So if we happen to be the 'roll out your garden and watch it grow' plan of God's then we cannot do anything about it anyway but learn of Him and hope He will help us understand Him and be accepted. (Have you seen those commercials yet that have flower and vegetation already in seed form in a carpet like roll that you just roll out in your garden and water and watch grow...that is what I meant). As far as 'blood'. If you were the man that invented gasoline for automobiles then you clearly would be pleased with your invention. Not many today would want to do with out it. So if GOD likes to talk about blood and even wanted some to pay for their disgusting behaviour towards Him by offering up innocent animal's blood...He only was trying to teach them that life cannot exist without blood and that they should learn from Him. God grew tired of the people offering up animal sacrifices...though at the beginning it might have well been like in Noah's day where the animals were presented as an offering of thanks but even then the animals were not destroyed in vain for the people ate of the sacrifice but not the blood. By the time King Solomon came wasn't just the Jews offering animal sacrifices ...all the pagan folks were also and then it became a contest to how many they would offer in one service. They evidentally were not approaching their Creator with a desire to see what he really wanted...but were doing their best to impress Him with the carrying on of traditions/rituals. To take them from the level of their marketing of the sacrifices (it had become a merchant way of making $) to back to a real way to worship Him in truth and spirit ...then it was necessary to develop a plan to end sacrifice and forever end it. This is why the offering of Christ suits that plan well....and He lives. As far as GOD wanting a new Covenant to replace/fulfill the Old being an offensive idea to some of today's Jews(as not all find it offensive) was spoken by Isaiah, Jeremiah, and others and certainly Our Maker has the right to redo/improve His own creation and/or how he communicates with it. A Christian is supposed to be one that admonishes GOD and his plan, with no regards as to whether they are Jew or Gentile....whereas the covenant thru Moses was strictly for Jews (by circumcicion as evidence of that blood covenant) and those Gentiles that would convert and circumcise themselves and become Jews...with the man representing the family in covenant as he is the indiv. that is wearing the sign of circumcision....but it was a covenant ONLY for Israel. Yet circumcism of the foreskin has now become a hygenic practice with nothing to do with a covenant with GOD. When Christ became the sacrifice at the cross at Golgotha that day, He also wore the seal of the eternal covenant , the sign of circumcision had been replaced by the circumcisio

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