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Transcription: Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804.

The following is my transcription of the Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804 – including that of my children’s 9th great grandfather Deacon Thomas Porter, Jr. and several other ancestors.

 

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POMEROY, POMROY, Nathanael m. Susanna (Seymour)*, July 20, 1733.* (“Seymour” in pencil) ; 1 ; 114

Rachel, of Amherst & Samuel Whitman, of Hartford, int. pub. Mar. 14, 1779 ; 1 ; 134

Seth, of Northampton, Mass. & Hannah Wells, of Hartford, int. pub. Dec. 30, 1804 ; 1 ; 140

Seth, of North Hampton, Mass., m. Hannah Wells, of Hartford, Jan. 1, 1805 ; 1 ; 193

POND, ———–, Mrs., at meeting Mar. 26, 1919 was engaged as a permanent organist ; 4Soc. ; 30

PORTER, Alexander, m. Rebekah Nash, July 16, 174? ; 1 ; 116

Alexander, s. Alexander, dec., bp. Aug. 7, 1748 ; 1 ; 45

Allyn, d. Dec. 30, 1809, AE 49 ; 1 ; 163

Amny, d. June 5, 1837, AE 55 ; 1 ; 243

Ann, w. Edward, adm. ch. Aug. 5, 1821 (Mrs. Burr, written in pencil) ; 1 ; 227

Ann E., Mrs., d. Lowry Brace, decd., d. Jan. 28, 1865, AE 42, in Hartford, bd. here ; 2 ; 215

As[ah]el, adm. com. July 27, 1799 ; 1 ; 19

Asahel, chosen collector Oct. 5, 1801 ; 2Soc. ; 221

Asahel, chosen collector Dec. 7, 1801 ; 2Soc. ; 20

Asahel & Anmy Goodman, b. of Hartford, int. pub. Nov. 11, 1804 ; 1 ; 140

Asahel, m. Amny Goodman, b. of Hartford, Nov. 23, 1804 ; 1 ; 193

Asahel, chosen memb. district com. Oct. 23, 1809 ; 2Soc. ; 225

Asahel, chosen collector Oct. 23, 1809 ; 2Soc. ; 225

Asahel, chosen mem. school com. Oct. 6, 1814 ; 2Soc. ; 232

Asahel, chosen mem. district com. & collector Oct. 6, 1818 ; 2Soc. ; 236

Asahel, chosen mem. visiting com. Oct. 1, 1823 ; 2Soc. ; 239

Asahel, mem. com. June 1, 1826, resigned July 39, 1828 ; 1 ; 181

Asahel, d. Aug. 22, 1836, AE 60*.* (Perhaps “AE 61”) ; 1 ; 242

Caroline H., mem. ch. 1840, dism. [ ] by letter ; 2 ; 114

Edward & Ann Isham, b. of Hartford, int. pub. Dec. 31, 1820 ; 1 ; 213

The following is my transcription of the Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804 – including that of my children’s 9th great grandfather Deacon Thomas Porter, Jr. and several other ancestors. 801

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Porter, (continued), Edward, m. Ann Isham, b. of Hartford, Jan. 8, 1821 ; 1 ; 198

Edward, d. Feb. 14, 1828, AE 30 ; 1 ; 238

George Cowles, s. Dr., bp. May 31, 1838 ; 1 ; 186

H. B., chosen mem. singing com. Dec. u, 1829 ; 2Soc. ; 58

H.B., chosen mem. singing com. Dec. 6, 1830 ; 2Soc. ; 61

Henery B. & Caroline H. Collins, b. of Hartford, int. pub. Mar. 12, 1826 ; 1 ; 215

Henery B., m. Caroline N. (?) Collins, b. of Hartford, Apr. 16, 1826 ; 1 ; 199

Henry B., chosen mem. singing com. Nov. 6, 1837 ; 2Soc. ; 94

Henry B., his s., bp. [] 1837 ; 1 ; 186

Henery Collins, s. Henery B., bp. June 7 1829 ; 1 ; 97

Howard Augustus, s. Henery B., bp. June 24, 1832 ; 1 ; 185

Jesse, of Farmington & Sibil Steel, of Hartford, int. pub. Nov. 8, 1783 ; 1 ; 135

Jesse, of Farmington, m. Sibel Steal, of Hartford, Dec. 4, 1783 ; 1 ; 124

Jesse, chosen mem. school com. Dec. 7, 1795 ; 2Soc. ; 14

Jesse, chosen collector Oct. 27, 1796 ; 2Soc. ; 15

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 5, 1796 ; 2Soc. ; 15

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 2, 1799 ; 2Soc. ; 18

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 1, 1800 ; 2Soc. ; 19

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 5, 1802 of Farmington list ; 2Soc. ; 21

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 3, 1804 ; 2Soc. ; 22

Jesse, chosen mem. Soc. com. & Treas. Dec. 3, 1804 ; 2Soc. ; 22

Jesse, chosen Treasurer Dec. 3, 1804 ; 2Soc. ; 22

Jesse, chosen mem. school com. Oct. 21, 1805 ; 2Soc. ; 223

Jesse, chosen mem. com. Dec. 2, 1805 5o superintend the repairs on the meeting house ; 2Soc. p 23

Jesse, chosen Dec. 2, 1805 collector in place of M. Bevens ; 2Soc. ; 23

Jesse, chosen mem. Soc. com. & collector Dec. 2, 1805 ; 2Soc. ; 23

Jesse, chosen collector Dec. 2, 1805 in place of Man[n]ing Beven s ; 2Soc. ; 224

Jesse, d. Jan. 3, 1823, AE 64 ; 1 ; 223

John, s. Asahel, bp. Dec. 22, 1805 ; 1 ; 88

The following is my transcription of the Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804 – including that of my children’s 9th great grandfather Deacon Thomas Porter, Jr. and several other ancestors. 802

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Porter, (continued), John, filed application Nov. 29, 1831 for membership in Eccles. Soc. ; 2Soc. ; 445

John, chosen collector Dec. 5, 1831 ; 2Soc. ; 63

John, mem. Soc. com. Nov. 4, 1839 ; 2Soc. ; 100

John, mentioned in vote of Nov. 16, 1840 in re expenses on the parsonage house and fence ; 2Soc. ; 103

John, 2nd, at meeting Nov. 1, 1841 was voted tax abatement ; 2Soc. ; 111

John, d. Dec. 5, 1847, AE 46 ; 2 ; 204

Lucy, adm. com. June 4, 1809 ; 1 ; 24

Lucy, of Hartford & Solomon E. Bewell, of Simsbury, int. pub. Sept. 23, 1816 ; 1 ; 212

Lucy, of Hartford, m. solomon E. Beuell, of Simsbury, Sept. 26, 1816 ; 1 ; 196

Marcia Maria, d. Asahel, kbp. Mar. 15, 18o7 ; 1 ; 88

Maria, mem. ch. 1840, dism. Oct. 27, 1844 by letter ; 2 ; 114

Maria M., adm ch. Apr. 1, 1838 on profession of faith ; 1 ; 233

Martha H., adm. ch. Aug. 5, 1821 ; 1 ; 227

Martha Haise, d. Jesse, bp. May 1, 1802 ; 1 ; 86

Mary & Silvester Gillet, of Windsor, int. pub. Sept. 25, 1814 ; 1 ; 212

Mary, of Hartford, m. silvester Gillet, of Windsor, Sept. 28, 1814 ; 1 ; 196

N., Rev., of Farmington Ch., delegate at council held Dec. 22, 1840, chosen moderator at meeting held Dec. 22, 1840 ; 2 ; 7

N., Rev., from Farmington, present at council held Dec. 22, 1840 to dissolve the pastoral relationship between Rev. E.W. Andrews ; 2Soc. ; 106

N., Rev., chosen moderator Oct. 13, 1841 ; 2 ; 9

Noah, D.D., Rev., Elder, assisted in the installation of Rev. Caleb S. Henry on June 12, 1833 ; 1 ; 2

Noah, D.D., Rev., Elder, assisted in the ordination of Rev. Nathan Perkins & Edward W. Andrews on Nov. 15, 1837 ; 1 ; 3

Noah, Rev., chosen moderator Dec. 22, 1840 ; 2Soc. ; 106

Noah, Rev., D.D., Pastor from Farmington 1st Ch., at council held Oct. 13, 1841 & June 5, 1844 ; 2 ; 9&15

The following is my transcription of the Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804 – including that of my children’s 9th great grandfather Deacon Thomas Porter, Jr. and several other ancestors. 803[804]

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Porter, (continued) Noah, D.D., mem. council at installation of George I. Wood, on Nov. 9, 1841 ; 1 ; 3

Noah, Rev., from Farmington Ch., present June 5, 1844 at Eccles, council for the purpose of dismissing Rev. Geo[rge] I. Wood ; 2Soc . ; 122

Noah, Rev., D.D., [Pastor], from Farmington, at council held Jan. 13, 1845 ; 2 ; 18

Noah, Rev., D.D., mentioned in vote of Sept. 29, 1861 ; 2 ; 47

Polly, adm. com. Oct. 1, 1808 ; 1 ; 23

Reuben, adm com. Oct. 1, 1808 ; 1 ; 23

Rheuben, of Hartford & Mary Sweet, of Piermont, N. Hamshire, int. pub. July 28, 1810 ; 1 ; 211

Sally, d. Jesse, bp. Oct. 23, 1796 ; 1 ; 82

Sally, adm. ch. Dec. 4, 1818 ; 1 ; 226

Sarah & Childes Goodman, b. of Hartford, int. pub. Mar. 31, 1822 ; 1 ; 214

Sarah, m. Childs Goodman, b. of Hartford, Apr. 3, 1822 ; 1 ; 198

Sarah, see under Sarah (Porter) Goodman ; 2 ; 216

Selah, of Farmington, m. Susanna Cadwell, of Hartford, Feb. 21, 1801 ; 1 ; 192

Sophia, d. Jessee, bp. June 30, 1800 ; 1 ; 85

Sophia, d. Sept. 20, 1822, AE 22 ; 1 ; 223

Sophia, d. Edward, bp. Apr. 25, 1824 ; 1 ; 95

Sibil, w. Jesse, adm. com. Dec. 6, 1795 ; 1 ; 18

Sybil, w. Jesse, d. Nov. 15, 1814, AE 52 ; 1 ; 219

U., letter Nov. 20, 1880 to Rev. F.S. Hatch ; 4 ; 35-6

William, s. Hannah, bp. July 20, 1766 ; 1 ; 60

————. wid., d. May 13, 1761, AE 93 y. ; 1 ; 143

————. Mr., a stranger, his ch., d. Oct. 16, 1806, AE 16 m. ; 1 ; 162

————. Dr., his st. b. ch. d. Jan. 29, 1827 ; 1 ; 237

————. Mr., at meeting Nov. 16, 1840 was voted payment on his account ; 2 Soc. ; 104

————. Rev., assisted at installation of Rev. Myron N. Morris ; 2 ; 25

The following is my transcription of the Porter records in Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920; pg 801-804 – including that of my children’s 9th great grandfather Deacon Thomas Porter, Jr. and several other ancestors. 801

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