Genealogical and Family History of Northern New York; A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation Volume 1

Genealogical and Family History of Northern New York; A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...October 27, I758. He married, at Scituate, January 8, 1727, Mehitable Damon. He settled in Hebron about 1730. Children: I. Jonathan, Jr. 2. Simon, born 1728. 5 3. Noah, mentioned below. Probably other children. _ (V) Noah, son of Jonathan Merritt, was born at Scituate or Hebron, 1732, died at Templeton. Worcester county, Massachusetts, March 24. 1814, aged, according to town records. eighty-two years, seven months. He married Sarah., who died February 6. 1830. aged ninety-one years. Children. recorded excepf the eldest as born at Templeton: 1. Noah, October, I758, mentioned below. 2. Abel, May 2, 1760. 3. Lucy, May 25, I762. 4-Sarah. August 2o, 1764. 5. Henry, March I, 1767. 6. Esther, March 17, 1769. 7. Simeon, May 23, 1771, died December 6, 1844. 8. Ennice, June 17, 1773. 9. Vilks (twin), September 7, I 775, died young. 10. Molly (twin), September 7. 1775. 11. Uriah, November 19, 1777. 12. Molly, May 14, 1780. 13. Hannah. June 6. 1782. (VI) Noah (2), son of Noah (I) Merritt, was born at Templeton in October, 1758, died at Sudbury. Rutland county, Vermont. August 21. 1843. He was a soldier in the revolution from_Templeton, in the Seventh Worcester County Regiment, Continental army, Captain Morse. Colonel Rufus Putnam, enlisting for three years, February 21, 1778. He was also in the Fifth Regiment. Captain Gardner, in 1780. The descriptive list shows that he was of light complexion, five feet eleven inches tall, and aged twenty-three in 1780 when he was at Springfield with the recruits. He settled at Brandon, Vermont, in 1785. He married Eunice Metcalf at Templeton, April, I781. Their son Noadiah is mentioned below. Noah had a personal ac quaintance with Washington and was in the army altogether for six years. (VII) Noadiah, son of Noah...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236922956
  • 9781236922953