Norton, Andrew

Norton, Andrew

(1786–1853) Biblical scholar, Unitarian theologian; born in Hingham, Mass. He graduated from Harvard in 1804, held a pastorate in Maine for a time, and returned to Harvard as a tutor in 1813. He was professor of divinity at Harvard (1819–30), and afterward an independent scholar. His Evidences of the Genuineness of the Gospels (3 vols. 1837–44) was one of the earliest critical studies of the Bible published in America.
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He joins existing directors Tracie Norton, Andrew Pilling and James Soden in offering over 60 years combined engineering and manufacturing recruitment experience.
Greg Hare (centre) from Norton had to pull out because he was recovering from an operation, but the four lads hoping to raise more than pounds 300 for cancer relief at North Tees Hospital are (from left) Andrew Reay from Norton, Andrew Softly, Malcolm Pooley and Keith Lawrence all from Billingham.
David Baird, Christina Barry, Noah Carville, Elisa Clark, Hannah Coakley, Jennifer Flanagan, Steven Gebo, Matthew Goguen, Sarah Hergert, Nicole LeDuc, Brian McGahie, Ani Mikitarian, Eleanor Norton, Andrew Sanginario, Amanda Sharon, Kendall Sykes and Erin Wolosz.
Dettori was joined at the Turkish restaurant by several others from among the racing community, including Mick Quinn, Robert Cowell, Michael Hills, Franny Norton, Andrew Stringer and Willie Ryan.
Winson Green, Joshua Watson, 20, of Seals Lane, Kings Norton, Andrew Walker, 40, of Windmill Lane, Smethwick, Moses Kibuye, 40, of Leopold Street, Highgate, Gavin James, 21, of Melbourne Avenue, Newtown, Lewis Lynch, 20, of Lount Walk, Newtown, and a youth who cannot be identified.