Religion: Trinity to Trinity

The old and blooded families of the U. S. have founded many a dynasty of bankers, polo players, industrialists, hell-raisers. Few are the dynasties of U. S. churchmen. An outstanding exception are the Kinsolvings of Virginia. George Washington Lee Kinsolving, a Tidewater aristocrat who once cut short a long sermon with, "Parson, isn't it grog time?", was bound that his only son should enter the church. Last week a great-grandson of old George Kinsolving did something as hearty as his ancestor's remark. He announced that he was leaving his big, rich, famed Boston...

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