2983. Mary Lord Thorn
was born on 9 Mar 1860 in New Haven, CT. She died on 30 Jan 1922 in Calhoun,
AL. She was buried in Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, MA. Mary Lord' b.
March 9, 1860. in New Haven; d. Jan. 30, 1922, in Calhoun; mar. Jan., 1886,
in New Haven, Charles Henry Dickinson b. Dec. 21, 1857, in West Springfield,
Mass.; d. April 14, 1938, in Pleasantville, N. Y.; a son of Henry Kirk White
and Angeline (Dunham) Dickinson of Northampton, Mass. Through an error on the
part of the attending physician the birth certificate of Mary Lord Thorn reads
Sophia lord Thorn. She was in artist of promise, with special ability as a draftsman,
but gave up art when she married.
She was married to Charles Henry Dickinson on 20 Jan 1886 in New Haven, CT.
Charles Henry Dickinson was born on 21 Dec 1857 in West Springfield,
MA. He graduated in 1881 in Amhurst College. He graduated in 1884 in Yale Divinity
School. He died on 14 Apr 1938 in Pleasantville, Westchester, NY. Charles Henry
Dickinson was a graduate of Amherst college in 1881 and of Yale Divinity School
in 1884. He held pastorates in Wallingford, CN, Canandaigua, NY, Fargo, ND,
and Middlebury, VT. All in Congregational churches, and alfterwards served for
many years as Vice-Principal of Calhoun Colored School in charge of religious
and community activities. He published three books, of distinctly liberal viewpoint,
on the philosophy of religion (Who's Who in America, 1938, p. 745). Charles
Henry and Mary, Lord (Thorn) Dickinson are buried in Bridge Street Cemetery,
North Hampton, Mass.