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Herrick

Robert. 1591--1674, English poet. His chief work is the Hesperides (1648), a collection of short, delicate, sacred, and pastoral lyrics
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While Herrick lived his quiet, dull life and wrote poetry in the depths of Devonshire, the country was being torn asunder and tossed from horror to horror by the great Civil War.
So the years passed for Herrick we hardly know how.
After that, all that we know of him is that at Dean Prior "Robert Herrick vicker was buried ye 15th day of October 1674.
If Herrick was a lover of flowers, Marvell was a lover of gardens, woods and meadows.
Yet although Marvell loved Nature, he did not live, like Herrick, far from the stir of war, but took his part in the strife of the times.
A memorial service for the Herricks was held at the community room of Laurel Lake Retirement Community on 25 July 2008.
A prominent Ohio conservationist, Herrick received numerous awards and honors for his contributions and leadership in preserving Ohio natural areas.
Born 5 July 1908 in Twinsburg, OH, Herrick (known as Art to his family, friends, and colleagues) was the son of Henry Daniels and Mabel (Kelley) Herrick.
The Herricks, Paula and Vernon, have been doing this pumpkin-harvest thing for more than 20 years on their 350-acre farm, so they've got it down.
For grown-ups, the Herricks have a lovely flower garden, a pleasing autumn view of Camp Creek and the surrounding valley, and a pretty good produce stand.
The Herricks lived in New Haven, Connecticut, the home of Yale.
Everyone in New Haven with intellectual interests stopped by the bookstore, and Herrick reveled in conversations with professors such as astronomer Denison Olmsted and chemist Benjamin Silliman.