The History of Waterbury, Connecticut: The Original Township Embracing Present Watertown and Plymouth, and Parts of Oxford, Wolcott, Middlebury, Prospect and Naugatuck. With an Appendix of Biography, Genealogy and Statistics
Bronson brothers, 1858 - 582 страници
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Abraham Andruss acres afterwards appointed April Assembly bachelor proprietor Barnes Benjamin Blakeslee bounded Brook bury called Capt church Clark Colony committee common fence Connecticut Court deed Derby died early east Ebenezer Edmund Scott Farmington father granted Hartford haue Haven highway hous house lot Indian inhabitants Isaac Bronson James Jeremiah Peck John Bronson John Hopkins John Judd John Stanley John Warner John Welton Jonathan Scott Joseph Joseph Lewis Judd's Meadow June land Lieut lived March Mary Mattatuck meeting house miles mill minister Northbury Obadiah Richards parish persons Philip Judd pound preached propriators propriety record removed Richard Porter Richason river road rods Sarah Scovill settled settlement settlers side society Southmayd Stephen Hopkins Stephen Upson street subscribed Thomas Judd Timothy Timothy Stanley town meeting vote Waterbury Watertown Westbury Woodbury Yale College
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Страница 107 - A corporal was on the road to distinction. His office was occasionally, but not usually, attached to his name. A sergeant had attained distinction and his title was never omitted. An ensign or a lieutenant was quite lifted above the heads of his fellows, and a captain was a man of the highest standing and influence in the community. The officers of the train band ranked next to the minister and deacon when the church sittings were allotted, and on all occasions they took precedence of the untitled...
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Страница 328 - I have the pleasure to assure you that all the Society's Missionaries, without excepting one, in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and so far as I can learn, in the other New England colonies, have proved themselves faithful, loyal subjects in these trying times...
Страница 312 - Assembly, and bound to their good behaviour. And if a Second time they break forth into the like contemptuous carriages, they shall either pay five pounds to the publick...