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11 June 15 July 15 Sept 20 June 20 Sept 24 July 9 Apr 9 Aug 9 Mar 9 Nov Abigail aged Amherst Anna Barrington Benjamin Betsey Boston Brookfield buried Canaan Canada Capt Caroline carpenter Catherine Charles Child Children by second Church Clark Colchester Conn Connecticut Daniel David Deacon death Ebenezer Edward Elijah Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth,9 Ellen Emily enlisted Esther Eunice farmer Ferrisburgh Frances George Hannah Harriet Hebron Henry Henry,9 Hiram homestead Isaac James Jane John Jonathan Joseph Josiah Julia Kellogg Laura Lieut Louisa Lucy Lydia Margaret Maria Maria,9 Martha Martin Mary Ann Mass merchant N. Y. Children Nancy Nathaniel Norwalk Phebe Polly Rachel Rebecca Republican Rhoda Ridgefield Salem Samuel Sarah second wife Seth Sheffield Smith Sophia South Hadley Stephen Susan Thomas town Troy Warren West Hartford Westfield widow William York City
Page 9 - in all matters which concern the common good, a general council, chosen by all, to transact businesses which concern all, I conceive most suitable to rule, and most safe for relief of the whole.
Page 30 - He was, by his office concerned about relieving the indigences of a wretched woman in the town; who being dissatisfied at some of his just cares about her, expressed herself unto him in such a manner, that he declared himself thenceforward
Page 30 - woman aforesaid, and others, as being seen by him in the room. Some of the young men in the town being out of their wits at the strange calamities thus upon one of their most beloved neighbors, went three or four times to give disturbance unto the woman thus complained of; and
Page 35 - rank, they had their places at the board ; and when the circle closed around the evening hearth its blaze glowed on their dark, shining faces, intermixed familiarly with their master's children. It must have contributed to reconcile them to their lot, that they saw white men and
Page 30 - provided for the sick man were unaccountably emptied : audible scratchings were made about the bed, when his hands and feet lay wholly still, and were held by others. They beheld fire sometimes on the bed ; and when the beholders began to discourse of it,
Page 31 - with awls. After the opinion of all had pronounced him dead, his countenance continued as lively as if he had been alive; his eyes closed as in a slumber, and his nether jaw
Page 73 - and take courage. Those were serious times indeed when your cook might give warning by taking your scalp or chignon, as the case might be, and making off with it into the woods.
Page 41 - to meete you at Canterhook, it may be at Houseatonock. We must come very softly because of our wives and children. I pray you, hasten them, stay not night nor day, for ye matter requireth