Abijah


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Abijah

(əbī`jə), in the Bible. 1 See AbiAbi
[short for Abijah], in the Bible, King Hezekiah's mother.
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. 2 Died c.911 B.C., king (c.914–c.911 B.C.) of Judah, the southern kingdom. He succeeded his father, Rehoboam, and King Jeroboam continued warfare against him. 3 Son of Jeroboam, whose death was used by a prophet to foreshadow the death of Jeroboam. 4 Priestly family. 5 Priests in the return to Jerusalem.
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Abijah Flagg was summoned, lifted the well cover, explored, found the inciting cause of trouble, and with the help of Yankee wit succeeded in removing it.
His parents, Zechariah, a priest of the other of Abijah, and Elizabeth, known as the relative of Mary, were already in their old age when he was born.
Beloved husband for 53 years of the late Helen Byron Nordhaus, nee Clark; loving father of Peter Nordhaus, Shelley (Douglas) Wiegmann, Anne (William) Nordhaus-Bike, Beth Nordhaus, Paul (Kathryn) Nordhaus, Carol Doane, and Joyce Nordhaus (Christopher Galassi); cherished grandfather of Douglas Wiegmann II, Rachel, Matthew (Hannah), and Jonathan Wiegmann; and David (Ying), Colin, Abijah and Benjamin Mitchell.
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Abijah was his name, shortened in the manner of the frontier to Bijah.
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During his exile, which lasted 16 years, Shishak gave Jeroboam his sister in law in marriage and it was this union which produced a son, named Abijah (12:24).
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"Wednesday 19th a Fine day a Cloudy a Afternoon gave Franklin Keyes a small job of shoveling gravel a Abijah Greenwood here from Hubbardston a makes some judicious observations a Muster at Fitchburg.
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