This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... 5, who went into the War and was killed. His children, by second marriage, were: John 5, bapt. in 1771; Joshua 5, bapt. in 1774; ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... 5, who went into the War and was killed. His children, by second marriage, were: John 5, bapt. in 1771; Joshua 5, bapt. in 1774; Luther 5, bapt. in 1777; Hannah Moore 5, bapt. in 1769; Mary 5, bapt. in 1770; Eunice 5, bapt. in 1779. (" Storrs Family ") One of his daughters m. Prof. Packard, who succeeded President Woolsey in the Chair of Greek, at Yale, and d. in 1884. (Rev. Epher Whitaker, D. D.) Rev. Richard Salter 5, m. (1) Oct. 12, 1785, Sally, dau. of Rev. Noah Williston, of E. Haven, Conn.; m. (2) Oct.--, 1798, Sarah Williams. He was Pastor of a Church at Long Meadow, Mass. His son, Rev. Richard Salter 6, b. Feb. 6, 1787; m. (1) Apr. 2, 1812, Sarah Woodhull, (2) Sept. 16, 1819, Harriet Moore; d. in 1873. A son of Rev. Richard Salter 6, Rev. Richard Salter 7, b. Aug. 21, 1821; m. Oct. 1, 1845, Mary Jenks. He was Editor of the "N. Y. Independent;" and Pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims, in Brooklyn, N. Y. (" Storrs Family ") STRATTON--The first of the name, in Southampton, was John, in 1644. He settled at East Hampton, in 1649. A Richard Stratton, was on the Whale List, 1643-4; and resided at East Hampton, in 1643. (Howell's "Southampton," p. 439) Richard was a brother of John. He was in Southampton, in 1643. (" L. I. Traveler," Dec. 27, 1912; q. v. for descendants) STRATTON SAMUEL ( )--From East Hampton. He served in Col. Smith's Regt. (G. 7, 31); and in Conn. (G. 98) He signed the Association, in 1775. (H. 28) Another of the name, in Huntington, also signed. (H. 29) He was b. about I759-(G. 31) The name does not appear in the East Hampton Town Records. In the Church Records, there are two Samuels--one, b. in 1728, d. in 1789; the other, b. in 1771, d. in 1845. The Refugee soldier may have...
Fair. No DJ. 6.25" X 9.25" New York State History Fair/No DJ. Book is bound in gold and blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and blue lettering on front cover. Some shelfwear and bumping of corners. Back cover of book has been damaged, stained and part of the gold cloth has receded from its original location. In spiteof this, the book is securely bound. Interior pages are clear, clean and complete. This book is important, as it is partially based upon documents that perished in the fire of 1911 at the NYS Library. A trove for genealogists and others. Contains photographs (some of houses long gone), maps and much else. 1204 pages.
Good. 1204 pages, frontis portrait with tissue guard, illustrations, maps, folding map, appendices, index, related material laid in, gold and black cloth over boards with gilt spine title. All edges worn with fraying in several places, boards lightly soiled, black backstrip rubbed, hinges weakened, genealogical ink notes on front fly, scattered pencil markings in outer margins, one leaf of index detached, otherwise contents very good.
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