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Full text of "Contributions to the history of Christ church, Hartford"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
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Ji. ANNALS OP THE PARISH 

By O'Jrles J. HoaJly, LL.D. 

III. RERORT O.V THE FUNDS OE THE PARISH 

IK. ABSTRACT OF PRINCIPAL HOPES, IVITH 
COMMENTS AND ADDITIONS 

By G:!rao!i UN R!'>st:II, M.D. 

H. LIST OF BAPTISMS. MARRIAGES, AND 
Bi 'RIALS FROM 1801 TO iSciy 



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/v. G\i'r^c SniiiiuT came t<> ITarU'oid, in 1S19, from 
Wiiulliani couatv, and soon conn colcd himself with Clirist 
Chiircli. He was always a valuable member of the 
Parish, and was much interested in all its concerns. I^or 
many years he was a member of the Vestry, acting- upon 
committees, and quietly, but eiieetually, exercising- nuicli 
influence. His acquaintance with the clergy was exten- 
sive and liis hospitable doors were ever open for their 
reception. The rectors ever found him a firm friend and 
supporter, and the Parish a safe and judicious counselor. 
What was said of hi]n in " Physicians in Hartford in 1837," 
was very true and may be repeated here. " He was emi- 
nently an intellectual man, well educated, fond of reading, 
hospitable, kind liearted, pleas:mt in manner and conver- 
sation, and very careful never to give offense." '" He spent 
his money liberally, was a hind husband, a loving and in- 
dulgent father, and a good citizen : his efforts were in 
favor of good objects." \Vhiie he was a sound church- 
man, he vras not offensively so, nor disposed to unjust 
criticism or ill-natured remarks about others who differed 
from him. " And this was not because he had no opinions 
or was fearful of acknowledging them, but from a gentle- 
ness of nature which led him into paths of peace." He is 
deserving of special remeuibrance in our Parish. He 
was the son of George and Mary (Tyler) Sumner, and was 
born in Abington. in the town of Pomfret. Dec. 13. 1793, 
and died Feb. 20, 1S55. He married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Daniel and Catharine 1 Hutchinson) Putnam of Brook- 
lyn. She was born vSept. 24, 1794, and died Dec. 29. 1844. 

1855. 

Fd>. 12, V. VoUd, That the Rev. Alexander H. Mercer of 
Philadelphia, be invited to preach in Chri.st Church for six 
month.s. 

Voted, That the Wardens be directed to communicate the 
doings of this meeting to Bi.shcp Clark, and request h.im to 



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394 ciiKisr cnuiuir, HAK'rmia'. 

address liisliop PoLter of I'hila. on the subj^^ct of procuring- 
the services of the Rev. Mr. Mercer to supjily the Pulpit of 
Christ Church for six months, conii-nencinL^ on tlie lirst of 
March next. 

April 4. The Wardens and Wstry ha\ ini^ been instruct- 
ed by the Parish to make dihy^ent enquiries for some suitable 
person to be their future Rector, present the following- Re- 
port : 

To the I\arish of Christ Church, 

The AVardcns and Vestry i}i accordance with a vote of 
the Parish Xov' 9, 1S54, would respectfully report, That hav- 
ing made diligent and careful enquiry, they recommend that 
the Rev. Francis L. tlawks, D.D., of Xew York, be elected 
Rector of this Parish at a yearly scdary of Twenty-five Hun- 
dred dollars. 

The Parish on the nth appointed "a committee to 
proceed to Xew York and irxform iJr. Hawks of his elec- 
tion." On tlie 19th they ''reported verbally that they had. 
attended to the duties assigned them, and that he declined 
the invitation to accept the Rectorship of the Parish." 
This was in accordance w4th the belief of most of the 
members, but they were over-persuaded by the posit ive- 
ness and sang'uine opinions of a few. 

June 26, I\ J'otcif, That the Wardens and Vestry do 
recommend that the Rev. George Leeds of Salem, Mass., be 
elected Rector of Christ Church Parish at a yearly salary of 
TwC' Thousand Dollars, and that a meeting of the Parish be 
warned to be held in the Chapel on Monday the 2 ■ day of 
July next at 8 o'ck P. M. 

/illy /o, P. The Committee appointed to visit Salem 
made a very favorable report of the qualifications and ability 
of Rev. Mr. Leeds, and it was 

looted, unanimously, That the Rev. George Leeds of 
Salem, Mass., be, and he is hereby, invited t<) accept the Rec- 
torship of this Parish, at a yearly salary of Two Thousand 
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August y, r. A Coninumication from the Rev. George 
Leeds, declining- the invitaLion to become the Rector of this 
Parish, was read and ordered phiccd on file. 

:\Ir. Leeds, after his call, came to Hartford and 
preached on one Sunday. He gave very general satis- 
faction, and it was hoped that he wotild remain as Rector. 
Perhaps he recognized the daiigc-.r of following a very 
able man. He was, however, of stich ability that he was 
fully competent to take care of himself. 

A'ov. 2;, P. Tlic report of the Wardens and Vestry 
recommending tliat the Rev. R. M. Abercnmibie of CHfton, 
N. Y., be elected Rector of this Parish having been read, it 
was— I'o/.J, unanimously, that the Rev. R. M. Abercrombie 
be invited to accept the Rectorship of this Parish, at a yearly 
salary of Two thousand dollars. Messrs. Charles Chapman, 
Hezckiah Huntington, and James Bolter, were appointed a 
Committee to inform ^Ir. xVbercrombie of the doings of this 
meeting, and recpiest his acceptance of the Rector.ship of this 
Parish. 

£>cc\ 21, V. VokJ, That hereafter upon the occasion of a 
Wedding, the consent of the Wardens be previously obtained 
before the Church will be opened, and that they have power 
to call in anv assistance deemed necessary to keep order. 

The occasion of this vote was the conduct of the 
miscellaneous assemblage which sometimes was gathered 
on these occasions, which regarded neither the sacredne.ss 
of the edifice, or the solemnity of the ceremony, or of the 
ordinary rules of behavior, which most of tliem would 
never have tolerated in their own dwellings. The license 
and rudeness were timely checked, and it is believed have 
not since occurred. 

VoU-J, That the letter from Mr. Abercrombie to the 
Wardens and Vestry, accepting the Rectorship, be entered 
upon records of the Parish. 



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lC-/^ CHRIST CnURCir, IIARTIOIU). 

Dc-c\2f. Clikiox, Dvc. 13, 1855. 

To the ^V:n•dens and \'i.sh-ymon of Oiri-;t Chiircli, 

Hartford, Ct. 

Gentlemen, Your official and friendly eom:iuinication 
tenderino- an invitation to tlie Rectorship of your Parish, lias 
been received, and 1 beg- leave to reiterate the reasons 
offered to a member of your body in apolo;^'-y for a tcmpc-rary 
delay in sending- a reply. The unexpected call to a new 
sphere of such magnitude and importance in view of the 
sacred ties which knit me to my own parish, required as it 
has received, the consultation of every pruper source of 
counsel in the qucstioris in\-ob-ed in severing those ties, and 
assuming- the responsibilities of a nevv- position. 

Guided as I trust by the Great Head of the Church, for 
whose direction I have earnestly appealed, and after mature 
consideration, I have resolved t-^ comply with your kind 
wishes, and offer to you and through you to the Congregation 
of Christ Church, my acceptance of the OtlKce of Pastor 
in your important and distinguished parish. As varied 
enterprises and circumstances require my personal supervis- 
ion in this place, it will not be convenient to enter upon my 
duties in your midst, until the third day of February ensuing. 
Feeling deeply unu'orthy of the frank confidence you have 
manifested towards n-ie, and regarding- the importimt relations 
which will b"ind us t.-g-other, T solicit earnestl}' your Chris- 
tian symp:ithy and prayers, that God may guide, guard, and 
bless me, in the execution of His will, and promotion of }-our 
welfare, in the favored portion of tlie Vineyard which you 
occupy. 

I come to you with expectations of unbounded trust, that 
the affectionate interest you have shown towards those who 
have labored among you in the past, may be extended to 
their successor, that he may with a sing-le eye to God's glory, 
and the salvation of souls, make full proof of his miiiistry, 
and accomplish the work of an evangelist. In humble 
prayer that our connection may redound to tb.e glory of God, 
and our mutual interests, I am, Gentlemen, 

Yours faith. fully in bonds of extreme love, 

R. M. Ai;FRCRi).MDIE. 



IMl'Oin'ANT \T)Ti;S AND COMNrKXTS. 397 

1856. 

/>/•. J>^, /''. J'^'h-d, That C. Adams, C. II. Xorlham, and 
']\ T. Fisher be a Conitnittce to procure a house for the 
Rector, at a ruiit iiot exceeding;' five luindi-ed dolhirs, and 
tender him the i;se of it, in behalf of the Parish, and also to 
make enquiries for a house that cm be purchased for that 
purpose, and report to a future nu'ctinc;' of the \"estry. 

Mardi 24, r. It was v<jted that the salary of the Rector 
be Twenty-five Hundred Dollars per annum from the first 
day of April next. 

The aho\'e vo'lC Mas in lieu of a vote passed in 
Vestry meeting Feb. 26, 1856, authorizing a Committee 
to procure a house for the Rector, at a rent not exceed- 
ing five hundred dollars per annum. 

^[a\■ 2j, V. ]'<^feJ, That the free use of the Chapel be 
granted to the Germans for the purj)ose of holding religious 
exercises on the Sabbath. 

1857. 
April /J, J-'. l'ofi\>, That the thanks of this Parish be pre- 
sented to Dudlej' Buck, P"sq., for the very able and satisfactory 
manu'/r in vrhich he has discharged the responsible duties of 
Treasurer of this Parish. 

April 2.?, V. roftil, That the Organist, and other persons 
that are paid for singing in the Choir on the Sabbath be 
requested to be present and assist in the Music at the usual 
Wednesday evening Lectures. 

Voted, That the Germans v/ho worsliip in the Chapel on 
the Sabbath be requested to have stated or regular collections, 
the same to be applied towards the expenses of holding such 
services. 

Voted, That the Germans worshippung in the Chapel, have 
the use of the Communion service once in three or six months 
as tl:e Rector mav direct. 



398 CHRIST ClIURCfl, IIAK'ITORI). 

1858. 

May 7, /'. II. K. Mopj;aii, T. T. Fislier, and ^Vm. F. 
'J^ittlc were appointed a Committee to take such measures as 
they may deem expedient to increase the contributions to the 
Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowled^crc, in order 
to make up the bahance due from this Parish to said Society, 
previous to the next Annual Convention of the Diocese. 

Ebislia Johnson and AVm. F. Tultle were appointed a 
committee to confer with the President and Faculty of 
Trinity College, in regard to the application for the use of 
the Ch.nrch. for the next Annual Commencement exercises ; 
also with ^liss Draper for the use of the Church for the 
Annual Exercise* of the closing Term of her Seminary. 

May 10, v. Vo/c-a, Tliat the Wardens be requested to 
ascertain the indebtedness of St. Paul's Parish and to call a 
meeting of this Parish, whenever such information shall be 

obtained, at their discretion. 

William //. Iml.iy was the son of William and Mary 
Imlay, and was born in i;So. lie was engaged in busi- 
ne.ss with Charles Seymour as early as iSco; and after- 
wards with Xichols & Tinker, and De Forest Man ice. and 
Zephaniah Preston, and perhaps with others, at different 
periods. lie was a large owner of real estate in Flartford, 
and also in Xew Y.)rk. and ^^lichigan. He first appears in 
our records in i S04, when he was chosen as a vestryman, 
and as Treasurer oi the Parish which he held until 1813 ; 
he was Senior Warden in 1S30. He was chairman of the 
coTnmittee for building the present church, and then, and 
at different times, was liberal in contributing for parish 
purposes. He held to pretty strict ideas of economy, and 
favored the completion of the tower partlv in stone, and 
partly of wood. His report fortunately was not accepted, 
but he succeeded in cutting down a proposed further 
height, as Dr. Sumner told me, of fourteen feet, for 
which ho is to be thanked. The proportions are now con- 



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sidcred correct, and it stands a most g-rand and beautiful 
object in our city. 

lie had a very extensive kno\vled<.^e of business, and 
was one of the most industrious of men. His judgment 
gener-.dly Avas good, but he was engaged in too many 
and diverse affairs to conduct them all successfully. I le was 
supposed at one time to be the mosi wealthy man in town, 
and had he been content to rest with his gains, would 
have left a large fortune. He resided on Pearl street 
where the Congregational church is now located, and there 
was with the house a large garden, filled with trees and 
plar.ts, v.'hich he probably enjoyed as much as his nature 
as an ambitious man of business would permit. He died 
September 4, 1S5S. 

Dcc^ S, V. Elisha Johnson and Thomas T. Fisher were 
appointed a Committee to ascertain the financial condition of 
St. Paul's P;irish and report tu an adjourned meeting of the 
Wardens and Vestry of this Parish, to be held one week 
from this evening. 

Dec' ij, /'. The Committee appointed at the last meet- 
ing to ascertain the financial condition of St. Paul's Parish 
made their report, and the subject was referred to the joint 
Committee of the City Missionary Society. 

Dec' 22, V. The Committee appointed at a previous 
meeting stated that they had no further report to make, 
and the subject was referred back to the same Committee 
to brincr it before the meeting of the Church ^Missionary 
Society if they shall deem it expedient. 

1859. 

.\farch J. /'. It was Voted, That Chester Adams and Z. 
Preston, be a Commiltee to confer with the Rector and pro- 
pose to him that he take a recess from his labors in the 
Parish, and tliat they be authorized to procure someone to 
supply his place during his absence. 

It was Voted, Tliat the ordinary funeral expenses of Mrs. 
Abercrombie be paid by the Parish. 



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400 CHRIST CHL'Krir, HAKTFORD. 

The followin'; Preainl)lo and Resolutions were passed 
unanimously. 

U'/:crcai, it has pleased an All Wise Piovidenee to remove 
by death Mrs. R. ^l. Abercrombie, the wife of our esteemed 
Rector, Therefore, 

J\esolvt:d, That ^\■e tender our warmest sympathies to our 
beloved Rector, and his family, in this hour of severe afilic- 
tion and trial ; and while we are fully sensible of the rrreat 
loss which ihey have sustained, we feel tliat they mav con- 
sole themselves witli the fact, that their loss is her eternal 
g-ain, and that she has exchanj^-ed this world of suffering- and 
trial for one where sorrow and afiliction can never enter, 

RfsoIvfJ, That in this dispensation of Divine I'rovidence, 
a husband has lost a most devoted and affectionate v/ife, his 
children an ever tender and gentle mother, the Church a 
consistent and faithful member, and this Parish one of its 
brightest ornaments and truest friends. 

/Ccso/ird, That a copy of the foregoing Preamble and 
Resolutions be presented to the Rev. Mr. Abercrombie, and 
that a like, copy be sent to tlie Cal--n.iar for publication. 

April /p, V. ^\.x. Daniel Goodwin was chiosen Auditor to 
fill a vacancy occasioned by the death of Miles A. Tuttle, Esq. 

April 2S, V. James Bolter, W"'. F. Tuttle, H. T. Brown- 
eli, and James Vl. B. McXary, were appointed a Committee 
to wait upon strangers and others to seats in the Church. 

i860. 

Feb. 2S, r. Voted, That a meeting of the Parish be 
warned to be held in the Chapel on Tuesday the 6'" day of 
March next at half past 7 o'clock P. M. to take into consider- 
ation the finances of the Parish, and for the transaction of 
any other business proper to be dune at said meeting. 

March 6, P. :Messrs. C. Adams, Z. Preston, C. H. Xortham, 
and Julius Young, were chosen a Committee to examine the 
property formerly owned by Dr. Beresford, adjoining the 
Chapel, with po\,er to purchase the same if they shall deem 
it expedient. 



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6'<7>;;;'r Ilt-acl! was born in I.itch field, Xovembcr 30. 
i/SS. aii'l came to Hartford when quite young. He was 
a clerk if)V J'jhn Pierce, and vras afterwards a partner with 
hiin. under the firm name of Pierce & Beach. They were 
extensively engai^'-ed in the West India trade, v/hich was 
seriously interrupted by the war with Great Britain in 
iS[j. Wb.en the Phcenix Bank was chartered he was 
appointed as its cashier and after the resi'^'nation of }*Ir. 
vSig'ournev was chosen as its president, which position he 
held until his death, ^Jay 2, i860. He' is recorded in the 
list of tax-payers, as early as iSio, and was a n-^ember of 
the Vestry in iSiS, and often subsequently; he was Junior 
Warden 1S26, 1S45, and Senior Warden 1827. His 
appointment is often recorded upon committees, and he 
appears to have taken a hearty interest in tlie Parish. He 
attended at St. Paul's for a few years before his death, 
])artlv because his hearing was somewhat impaired, and 
partly also, it is sup[:)"sed, because he disliked tlie st\-le of 
the music and the ways of the mtisicians. He was fond 
of the old tunes and the old ways, and believed that the 
plain directions of rubrics shotild be strictly follov'.'ed. He 
was a remarkably good looking man, very striking in his 
personal appearance, tall, broad shouldered, with a healthy, 
florid countenance, even in his old age ; his abundant 
wliite hair gave him a noble appearance. His responses 
in the service were loud and distinct: whatever he under- 
took, he executed with energy. He was three times 
married, had a large family of children, some of whom are 
still living, who, with grandchildren, are all faithftil mem- 
bers of the Episcopal Church. 

Xav. /J, I'. J. Watson Beach, and W. H. D. Callender, 
with such other members of tlic Pari.sh as they may choose 
to call upon for assistance, were appointed a Committee to 
raise by subscription a sum sulTicient to pay the debt and 
interest of St. Paul's Parish, due to the Connecticut Mutual 
Life Insurance Company. 
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I861. 

April I, P. /'('/cv/, That the Wardens and Vestry l.c and 
they are hereby directed to make enquiry in reg-ard to the 
financial condition of the Parish, and report to an adjourned 
meeting-. 

April 6, J'. Voi.-d, Tliat Charles B'.nton, John S. Gray, 
and Z. Preston, be a Conjniittee to advise with the Rector, in 
regard to tlie j;-eneral aflairs of the Parisli. 

April J2, r. The Committee appointed at the Annual 
Meeting of the Parish, consisting- of the Wardens and Vestry, 
reported as follows. That the estimated expenses of the 
Parish for the present year are .$-|,Soo Dollars. The esti- 
mated income is .$4,000, showing- a deticiency for the year of 
SSco Dolls. The present debt of the Parish is $6,500. They 
would suggest that the deficiency for the year be raised if 
practicable by subscription. 

April I j, P. A communication from the Rector request- 
ing leave of absence from the Parish for six weeks, was read, 

and the request was granted. 

May /p, /'. A Communication from Sam' Xott, vSenicr 
"Warden of St. Paul's Parisli, was presented for consideration, 
and it was 

l\>/c\i, That the Wardens of this Parisli be a Committee 
to confer with the Wardens and Vestry of St. John's Parish 
on the subject of said communication. 

/ufu: ^f, l\ A Communication from the Rev. R. M. Aber- 
crombie, resigning the Rectorship of the Parish, was pre- 
sented and read to the meeting, which was referied to a 
meeting- of the Parish. 

Sep'' 10, P. Hartford, June 4. 1S61. 

To the Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, Hartford. 
Conn. 

Gentlemen, In view of my intention to enter upon another 
sphere of labor, where my duties will be less harassing and 
toilsome than those in which I am now laboring, I herebv 
tender to y.ra my resignation of this Parish, to take effect 
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our connection be sooner terminated. This arrang-emcnt is 
niruk- in justice to th("»se \^'ho rcncu-rd their obliixations to the 
I'arisli in view of the continuance of my ministrations, and 
also tli.'it you ma_\' be allrjwed ample time to elect a successor. 
"When after refusal, I was ur^'cd to accept your call, I 
came to labor and to teach, not with enticing' words of man's 
wisdom, but in demoi-istration of the Sjiirit. Of uur mutual 
duties and work, God must be the Jud^'e. '"Our witness is 
in Heaven, our record is on hii^'h.'" In sexx-ring- the sacred 
tie that has so long bound us, as Pastor and I*cople, I cannot 
but recall the kind feelings and sympathies exchanged v.-ith 
you, and express the h(jpe that (rod may overrule our 
separation to his glory and your welfare. 

I am youi's in Christian fellowship, 

R. M. AtLRCROMlUE. 

After reading the above by the Clerk it was 
]'o(cJ, That the resignation of the Rev. R. M. Abercrom- 
bic as ]<.ector of Christ Cluirch Parish be aiid the same is 
hereby accepted, as proposed in his Communication to the 
"Wardens and \'estry, bearing date June 4, 1861. 

OiL 7, /'. The follov/ing Resolution was pas.sed imani- 
mously. /^e'Si'i're,/, That iti separating from our present 
Rector, we unitedly render to him our highest estimation of 
his worth ns a Chrisiian Pastor, and appreciate fully his 
faithful and devoted ministrations among us, during a period 
of rica dy six years, and we pledge ourselves that these feel- 
ings of kindness shall follow him into whatever field of duty 
Divine Providence may hereafter call him. 

I'.h-.'', That the Clerk be directed to furnish the Rev. ^^fr. 
Abercrombie with a notice of the action of the Parish upon 
his letter of resignation, together with a copy of the above 
resolution. 

J/r. AtcrLronibit was a most estimable man, and labored 
faithfully in the perfortnance of his duties. He was con- 
scientious and kind, and had that proper conception of his 
pastoral obligations that endeared liim to many, and 
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was unfortunate foi' him tliat he fo^o^ve(.^ a rector of 
supreme ability, most agreeable manners, and ever)- way 
caleulated to attract a crowd. It w:i.s a misfortune that 
had happened to some of hds predecessors, and perhaps it 
may be said to some of his successors also. His long 
continuance in one parish afterwards showed that his 
sterling;;- qualities were fully appreciated tliere. It is not 
pretended that he was driven away, for there was from all 
a kindly recognition of his many Christian qualifications, 
but no one knows better than a clergvman himself how a 
"gentle pressure" may be brought to bear upon him. 
which is quite as ettectual as open opposition, and Iccads 
him to seek another sphere of labor. Tlie parish may 
not always be at fault, but it should charitablv consider 
that while few men are exactlv alike either in mental 
qualifications, or in temper, or in following the same lines 
of duty, they may still be equally useful and deserving 
of equal esteem. The tattlers and busybodies in aparksh. 
who are continually prating of the excellences of a 
former rector, .^aying to his successor that he did not do so 
and so, are only worthy of such a rebuke as was given to 
one of these complainers in our city some years since : 
"You please wait and see what kh". AVashburn will do." 

The amount of injury, and of real injustice also, which 
is too often rendered to some of the clergy, calls for more 
forbearance and sympathy on the part of the people than 
they frequently are willing to accord. The system of 
" calling" a pastur over a congregation is as lightly re- 
garded by some as the choosing of a captain to a military 
company, or the election of a chairman to an ordinary 
business meeting. The sacred relation which he holds to 
tlve people, and tlie commission which he bears, are but 
lightly considered, or are not considered at all in this 
most important one, which concerns equally pastor and 
people. So superficial are the inquiries frequently, and 
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is ltd to inquire if it v.-uuki not be better that these minis- 
ters of God's w'ovd slioulc] be st/i/ rather than cal'td. 

The Parish at this titnc was in debt o\er six lliousand 
doHars, incurred mostly, if not wholly, by its spending- 
annually more than it annually received. A system .so 
vicious as this is sure to bring trouble in the future. The 
danger of it v/as recognized, but the true remedy was not 
applied. Notwithstanding the anxiety and annoyance 
which it occasioned, and which was felt, the system was 
pursued for some years further before retrenchment v.-as 
brought about and the debt was paid. Then the Pari.sh 
resolved to live within its means in the future, and for a 
few years .succeeded in doing so. 

J^cc\ ro''', r. ^Ir. Adams read a letter from 'Mr. S. Xott, 
Senior Warden of St. Paul's Parish, asking the aid of a Col- 
lection to enable St. Paul's Parish to pay the balance of salary 
due the Rector of said Parish. The communication was 

laid on the table. 

1862. 

Saniiu-I Tudor, son of Samuel and Naomi [Dig-gins] 
Tudor, was born in East Windsor, August 15, 1769; mar- 
ried June, iSoo, Mary, daughter of John and Anna [Bliss] 
Watson. She was born in East Windsor, December 8, 
i;;5 : died December 22, 1S47. ^^^ died January 29, 1862, 
having readied the ripe old age of over ninety-two \-ears. 
For some time before his death he was unable to leave 
his house. His constitution was naturally so robust that 
he retained his interest in affairs until the latter part of 
his life. It is thought that he was in business in East 
Windsor, in the firm of Bissell. Tudor & Co., as adver- 
tisements are found September 30, 1793, and as late as 
June 13, 1798. His first advertisement in Hartford is 
dated July 27, 1801, "at the store lately occupied for the 
Bank."' In 1803 he was in partnership with Ward Wood- 
bridge ; this was dissolved September 15. 1809. Pie then 
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iSio, and removed to the new brick bnildin^v "cxl north 
of the Ei)i.-?cop:il Church, now Xo. 433 :\Iain street. This 
partnership was dissolved March 7, 1S21, and he con- 
ducted the business alone — the wholesale drv L^oods busi- 
ness— until he retired about 1830. 

Few members of the Parish have been connected with 
it so lon.ff. and have filled so many of its offices, and have 
performed their duties as faithfully and lovingly as Mr. 
Tudor. Perhaps he was a churchman when he came to 
Hartford, and may have been led into the Episcopal com- 
munion by h.is acquaintance whh the Kpiscopalians of 
his nati\-e town, 'i'hese were scattered over the state, 
especially in the south and west, before the Revolution. 
tlion:;h the disturbing conditions bore more heavily upon 
us than upon others tliroughout this war. ilowcver, the 
catholic faith had not died out, and there were to be found 
considerable bodies in a few places, and here and there 
individuals, whose love for the Prayer Book and the good 
old ways of their fathers in England was still living and 
strong. Some of them were in East Windsor. Dr. Elihu 
Tudor was one of them ; he was in the receipt of a pen- 
sion from the British goxernment for his services in the 
war with France, and more especially for those in the ill- 
fated expedition to The Havana. A suspicion that his 
loyalty to the mother country was greater than his loyalty 
for his native land led to his being closely watched and 
sometimes threatened. Perhaps from his uncle, M r. Tudor 
received his knowledge of the church and love for her 
ways. Dr. Tudor must have had a kind and benevolent 
disposition, when such a man as Rev. Thomas Robbins 
would participate in the cheer of his Christmas board and 
show to him his neighborly affection. It is very likely 
there were not a few such instances as this of Dr. Tudor, 
centers of faith and loving remembrance, whose lieht 
was obscured for a time, but burst again into flame upon 
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.Mr. Tudor seems to have had no desire for " polilieal 
preferment, " as it is now termed. Though Iiis opinions 
were verv decided, and he had no hesitation in exprcssin^^- 
them whenever necessary, yet he had a proper sense of 
proprietv in not making- them a chief topic of conversa- 
tion. His attachment t^.) th«" old Federal party might nat- 
urallv be expected, and to its later numerous appellations 
and modiheations, but I doubt if he was ever worried or 
disturbed in a night's sleep by any defeats which it expe- 
rienced. The Very fact that he had no strong political 
desires, but attended to his own business, is proof enough 
of tiiis. He \vas, and continued to be successful as a mer- 
chant, buying largely at home and abroad, just before 
and immediately after the declaration of war with Great 
l:>ritain in iS'12. This foresight was very profitable to 
him, and is said to have greatly increased his fortune. 
With a laudable ambition and perseverance, he jnirsued 
his mercantile career without a failure, and retired from 
business having secured a competency sufficient for the 
remainder of his life. But he did not hoard what he had 
gained : he spent liberally both i]i his family, his parish, 
and as a good citi/xm. I do not think it was spent grudg- 
inglv, or of necessitv, but as a cheerful giver. A friend, 
speaking of him v.-ithin a few days, said, " I do not think 
that his income was ever more than six or seven thousand 
dollars a year, but he lived like a prince ; no one would 
think of living now as he did, unless he had an income of 
three times this amount." His life was a success; he 
had two children, and a mo.st intelligent, amiable, and 
loving wife. Her inllucnce upon him modified or di- 
verted whatever of irritability there might have been in 
his original temper. It strengthened and confirmed his 
naturally gt^od in.stincts, and added greatly to a grand 
conception of an artistic sense, which made life beautiful 
and home a happy place. 

It is especially with Mr. Tudor's connection with 
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found wlieu he \va.s chosen vestryman in 1803; and he 
was a cotitiinious member of the vestr\'. either as \varden 
or vestrym:ui— except in 1S40 until 1830, a period of 
forty-seven years. lie was extremely devoted to the 
interests of the Parish, serving often and faithfully upon 
many committees, contributing- generously of his sub- 
stance, and siiowing in many and diverse ways how much 
love he had for the Church. lie wa.s prompt and constant 
in attendance upon her services, requiring his children 
and grandchildren in be present with ' him also. Nor 
did he neglect those family devotions v.-hich are incum- 
bent upon all of us, but it is feared are neglected by 
too many. He .^ecmcd never to tire with his religious 
duties, but believed in them, and lived up to them with 
a constancy ^vllich was unfailing. 

He was early and for a long time a director in the 
rha-nix Bank, a trustee of Trinity College, in which he 
early took much interest ; often he was sent as a delegate 
to the Diocesan Convention : in wliatever he was eno-ao-ed 
he was in earnest. His early education, I suppose, was 
not extensive, but his natural abilities were good, and he 
had that wise perception not given to all men. in know- 
ing that lie v.-as firm only on ground with which he was 
acquainted. He had an excellent knowledge and great 
love of music, and his judgment was not often questioned. 
After the introduction of some new tunes and chants, a 
parishioner one day said to him. •• I don't understand this 
new music which you are giving us, Mr. Tudor." " You 

are not up to it, Mr. ," he replied, " not up to it ; " and 

that was the end of the interrogation. If there was any 
subject upon which he would not bear contradiction, it 
was this one. 

The Parish owes him a debt of gratitude for his ser- 
vices on the committee for building the present church. 
Here he was indefatigable; here his tine taste, his correct 
judgment, his acquaintance with what was becoming and 
orderly, and his knowledge of honest work, were invalua- 



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ble. Mr. Whcalcn found in him a synijxithelic sup- 
pni-ter. 

lie had an extensive acqiiaiiUaneo ^vith the cleij^y, and 
his liospitable doors were ever open to tliem; here they 
found a kindly gre^tirj;^ and a cheerful board. ^Ir. Wain- 
Nvrij^dit, the Rector, lived v.ith him for some time, and 
when his sermons were finished, not often before eleven 
o'clock on Saturday night, Mrs. Tudor would be prepared 
with something refreshing for his comfort, before retir- 
ing. His social disposition made him 'fond of company, 
and led to an extensive acquaintance. Perhaps there has 
been no one in the Parish who was better knosvn, more 
prominent and useful, than ^Ir. Tudor. In its early 
history John Morgan was a foremost leader, capable and 
vv-il!ing. He was engaged extensively in trade, and had 
that pecuniary ability which is said to enforce one's 
opinions: if he had any prejudices he did not attempt 
to conceal them; he was bold and blutf, but warm at 
heart. He was a Churchman, because he believed in 
the Church, and pos.sibly also because he did not believe 
in Congregationalism.. He was ardent as a supporter, 
generous, dogmatic, well-fitted to command. But Mr. 
Tudor possessed more gracefulness, more persuasiveness, 
more command of himself, and equal independence; he 
was well-fitted to direct. 

There was connected witli his home. No. 471, Main 
street, quite an amount of land, much beyond that usually 
found in the center of an old city; it extended in the rear 
even to Church street. Here he had a fine vegetable 
garden, an icehouse, a greenhouse, and an ornamental 
garden filled with trees and shrubs and flowering plants. 
It is reported that he was the tlrst person in the city who 
owned a private greenhouse. His fine taste here displayed 
itself in the cultivation of beautiful plants and desirable 
fruits; the grounds were so extensive that they gave full 
play to hi.^ aestiietic sense. In iiis later years he could be 



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found on every fair morning- enjoying; the fresh air, the 
perfume of his flowers, the o-ro\vth arid beauty of his trees, 
and the abundance of his fruits. He was })leased nf ten to 
repeat what had been told him by the elder ])r. Heresford, 
" Thes". Mr. Tudor, are addin^i^ to the number of your 
days." So celebrated was his g'arden that it was considered 
one of the show places of tlie city, and he was very willing;- 
that it should be opened tn the public, but g-rumbled 
occasionally, as was very proper, when the visitors did not 
refrain from picking his flowers or pluckinc^' his fruit. If 
we did n(jt take our country friends to visit it. in connec- 
tion with the Charter Oak. the Asylum for the Deaf 
and Dumb, and Mr. Sigourney's residence, it was 
considered that we had failed in ou.r duty. 

lie was alwavs a ;^ood looking- man, and must have been 
handsome when young-; he dressed well and neatly, even 
in his old age, which cannot always be said of those who 
have come to four score yea.rs or more. My neighborly 
acquaintance with him for a long time may have led to 
the length of this sketch of one who was a true friend of 
our Parish, whose conceptions of duty were strong, ^vho 
had so much Christian faith and so much human philoso- 
phy that he endeavored to enjoy with thankfulness the 
blessings of this life, and bear with resignation those 
trials and aftlicti-.nis which come to all of us. 

Mcuc/i 2j, iS6-\ P. The Wardens and Vestry, in accord- 
ance with a \'oLe of the Parish, passed Sep' lo"", iS6r, re- 
ported that having made diligent and careful enquiry they 
recommend that the Rev. Clement M. Butler, D.D., of Phila- 
delphia, be elected Rector of this Parish, and it was 

Voted, That the Rev. Clement M. Butler, D.D.. of Phila- 
delphia, having the approbation of the Bishop of this Dio- 
cese, be requested to accept tlie Rectorship of this Parish. 

Voted, Tl;at the Rt. Rev. Bishop of this Diocese is re- 
specttully requested to approve of the election of the Rev. 
Clement ^[. Bader, D.D., to be Rector of this Parish. 



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April 21. An adjournod incetinL'; of the Parish was held 
al the Chapel on Piaster .Monday, the 2tst inst., .Mr. licnton 
in 111'.: Ch.'.ir. 

The ConimitLce appointed to confer with Dr. Butler rc- 
]->ortcd tluit they had received a letter from him declining- 
tlie invitation to acccp^t the Rectorship of this Parish, and 
tlio Clerk was directed to enter tlie same upon the records. 

PH!!.Aj)rrpHiA, Apj'il 14. 1.S62. 
Jh-. Sir. 

As I atn conscious that a long delay in announcing my 
decision after it is made, may be injurious to the interests 
of your T'arisli. and as the question seemed at last [to] turn 
on a single point, which is now clear to my mind, I hasten to 
advise you that I feel constrained to decline the gratifying 
call which you and Mr. Beach have so kindly conveyed to 
me from Christ Cluircli, Hartford. 

My wife's fo.mer Physician in Washington and her pres- 
ent PhysiLian here, emphatically give it as their decided 
opinion, that a residence in Hartford would be likely to de- 
velope her constitutional tendency— now aggravated, to 
bronchial and pulmonary disease. 

Her health has been wretched for some time past, and if 
the state of the country permittfd it, I should seek a settle- 
ment in a more southern climate. \Vhen you were here 1 
was not conscious of the now evident change that has come 
over her ; but her recent feebleness, and the Physician's ex- 
amination of her lungs, have brought me to the decided 
Conviction that if possible, I must avoid a residence in a 
climate more rigorous than this. 

Trusting that th.e great head of the Church may send 
you soon a Pastor with fresher energies, and higher powers 
to Serve you than I could have brought, 
I remain, very truly, 

Your obedient servant, 

C. M. BUTLEK. 

April 2(p, r. A committee was appointed "to niake en- 
quiry for some suitable person to be the Rector of this 
i'arish," and on the third of May they reported, and the Ves- 



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try J'otcd, thai the Rev. Gcoroc II. Clark, of Pitlsfiekl, Mass 
be engfai^'cd to perform the duiies of Recl*jr in this I'arish 
for the term of three moiiLlis." He liad been Rector of 
wSt. John's Church, Savannah, Georgia, but had been obliged 
to leave, and was at this time at Pittsfield. Before the above 
mentioned time had expired, he had made so favorable an 
impression that on June 17th he was chosen as Rector, at 
a salary of Twenty-five hundred dollars. To this he made 
the following reply. 

June 2$. H.AkTForvP, June 21, 1S62. 

Ge/Uleincn, 

I have had the honor to receive the Resolutions passed at 
the Parish meeting of Clirist Church, held on the 17th inst, 
and it gives me great pleasure to announce my acceptance of 
the Rectorship, so cordially and unanimously offered to me. 

'J^rusting that the connection now formed will ]iever be 
regretted, and that it will be followed by a divine blessing, 
I am, Gentlem.cn, 

Very respectfully and truly yours, 

Georgk pi. Cl.akk. 
To Messrs. 

Charles Rkntox, 

ZePH.\NI.\H PRISTON, 

and J.\ME- Goodwin. 

It was also 

V. VofeJ, That his public address to the Parish on Sun- 
day the 22d instant be entered upon the records, which was 
as follows : 

*' I desire to annouce to you my acceptance yesterday of 
the Rectorship of the Parish. According to common usage I 
should wait longer before making my answer to your propo- 
sition public ; but wishing to meet you in the spirit in which 
you have met me, and having already received in view of 
your election, most cordial and kindly messages from your 
Rev. and beloved Bishop, I determined to make known my 
decision without delay. 

Nearly a year has passed since in pain and sorrow, I left 
a parish with which my relations for eight years had been 



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pleasant, and around wliicli clustered the tendcrest and most 
sacred association?? of my life. wSinee that time I have had " 
no expectation of ever returninc;- t(^ ray former position ; 
and my desire has been to identify myself with a Northern 
Parish. The hand of Providence directs me here. 

Your sympathv — your kindly welcome leave not a doubt 
upon rav m^nd. I trust — T pray— that God will bless us 
in our new relation. To me, this Chancel has peculiar in- 
terest, a brother whom I love lias baptized at that Font, — 
has met v.-ith many ul you in the sacred supper around this 
hallowed table, and has proclaimed the word of life from 
that pulpit. This place is therefore dear to me, but far more 
precious will it be, if 1 can rightly discharo;e my obligations, 
cpiicken von to duty, bring you near to your Saviour, and be 
permitted to see v/ithin these walls a united, an active, a 
charitable, and a loving people. 

God in iiis mercy bless us and bring us near to Him ! " 

1863. 

A/>n7 lo"', 1S63, V. James Bolter, H. T. Brownell, James 
M. B. McXary, Chester Adams, George D. Jewett, T. T. 
Fisher, and Julius Case, were appointed a Committee to wait 
upon strangers and others to seats in the Church, during the 
year. 

Voted, That the Treasurer be and he is hereby author- 
ized to borrow a sum not to exceed Nine Thousand Dollars 
at 5 per cent, interest, and to issue a Parish note for the 
same. 

May rS, P. Voted, That Whereas, this Parish is indebted 
to divers persons, in the Sum of Seven Thousand Dollars, 
and it is desired to consolidate the said debt into one. That 
Charles Benton, and William Mather, be and they are hereby 
appointed a Committee to borrow that sum in behalf of the 
Parish, and to execute a note in the name of the Parish 
therefor, payable on demand, with interest payable an- 
nually ; and to make, execute, and deliver a mortgage to 
secure the same upon the land and Church building of the 
Parish, 'situated on the corner of Main and Church Streets 
in the Citv df Hartford. 



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/: C. J. Hoadly, B. F. Ellis, and S. Towle, were ap- 
pointed a Coniniitrce to examine the Bell, and to make such 
alterations and repairs as they may deem necessary. 

Oct. /<?, / '. An all wise Pr()\-iden.cc has seen fit to remove 
by death our esteemed and beloved brother William Mather 
of this Parish, and we desire to express our deep grief at 
this affliction, and tentler our sympathies to his bereaved 
family. Mr. ^father has been for a long- series of years a 
communicant in this Parish, and has always exhibited an 
earnest devotion to tlie welfare of tlie Church, and main- 
tained a consistent Christian character. 

Rcsi'licJ, That in further token of our respect for his 
memory we will attend his funeral in a body. 

RcsoIvlJ, That a copy of the above be sent to the family 
of the deceased. 

ResolicJ, That the above be published in the Calendar. 

1864. 
March JO, J'. C. J. Hoadly, J. W. Beach, and J. M. B. 
Mc Nary, were appointed a Commirtee to make enquiries re- 
lative to recasting- the bell now cracked, and also as to the 
cost etc. of procuring- a chime of bells, and to report at a 
future meeting-. Tiiey were also empowered to associate 
another member to the Committee. 

April 2 j, W The Committee appointed at the last nieeting 
to make enquiries relative to Bells made a rep>ort which was 
read, and after some conversation upon the subject, it was, 

RcsclrcJ, That it is expedient to procure a chime of bells 
proxaded a sufficient sum of money can be raised b\' subscrip- 
tion for the purpose. 

Messrs. Bolter, ?>each, and Case were appointed a com- 
mittee to obtain subscriptions, and they were authorized to 
add to their number at discretion. 

July 22, r. The Committee appointed to procure sub- 
scriptions for the purchase of a chime of bells reported that 
$6,270 had been subscribed, and that the old bell at present 
prices might be expected to sell for about Si, 000 — and that 
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subscriplion i^houUl amount to i''l^, $00 includinL^ the value of 
the old bell. Mr. Hoadly was addt-d to the Committee on 
belN, in the room of Mr. Bolter removed to Trinity Pari.sh. 

'I'll is is the first mention that we have ii]-)on our records 
«.if llic (irganization of Trinity Parisli, though tlie formation 
of it was commenced in 1S59. '^'^^^ need for Church ac- 
eomnindatii'/n in the AvesLern part of the city was certainly 
oTcMt. for tlie population in that section was rapidly in- 
creasing". This movement was never brotight before our 
IVirish ofticiallv btit arose from the concerted action of 
individuals residing there. I'hough it took from Christ 
Church some of its oldest and most \'alued members, it was 
never seriously objected to. but was regarded as a wise and 
necessarv moveinent. It was regarded as a measure which 
could not be stopped, or obstructed, and the result has 
proven it was well tnidertaken. The erection of new 
btiildings and the increase of the population has been far 
beyond the anticipations of any one. The prospects of 
Trinitv Parish in the future are very great, and it mtist 
become the most flourishing of the Episcopal parishes iu 
the town. It seems very proper in recording the history of 
Christ Church, that these words shotild be said, and that 
further mention .should be made of the very beginnings of 
this new Parish, which I have been permitted to copy from 
its Records. 

Organization of l^rinity Parish. 

[We the under.signed, do hereby unite and form a religious 
Society, to be designated and known forever, by the name of 
the Parish of Trinity Church, Hartford, the same to be 
organized and conducted according to the doctrine, discipline, 
and worship of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United 
States, and to be in connexion with the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in the Diocese of Connecticut. 

II.vRiFORD, Sept. i.\. 1S59. 

Sam!. 11. Huntington. Elisha John.son. 

Kfhvard (io-Klmaii. . \V. T. Ha'.lett. 

JarriLS l)i.\oa. Geo. Aifleck. 

Aavon Keney. John Hatrield. 

II. Ilcntington. Sainl. Alexander. 

F. J. Huntington. H. K. Morgan. 



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Tliese names arc iiiarked on Llie iccords with a pencil, 
as if they liad been the oriianal members: then there is 
recorded the following- nanies, most of which were prob- 
ably added soon, or a very few years afterwards. 



Henry Corning. 
John S. Gray. 
James Bolter. 
Geo. B. Barnes. 
Thus. T. Fisher. 
A. B. Rcdfield. 
H. A. We 1 ton. 
Thomas B. Cheney. 
Geo. E. Hatch. 
W. L. Hubbell. 
Jas. F. Burns. 
Francis Goodwin. 
Edwin E. Johnson. 
E. B. Huntington. 
Edwin Crocker. 
A. C. Goodman. 
Jacob L. Greene. 
Geortre Buck. 



Julius A. Case. 
Chas. E. Mecch. 
C. B. lui^^rahani. 
H. \V. Goodwin. 
Fredk. P. Shepard. 
H. S, ]Cmerson. 
Chas. H. Larsing. 
Henry Ocorr. 
James WilHs. 
Salem Jepson. 
W. D. Shipman. 
Joseph A. Terry. 
George T. Wiley. 
John H. Turner. 
AV alter Keney, 3d. 
H. C. Fuller. 
G. Pierpont Davis. 
William I). May. 



Then follows a list of members, admitted at different 
dates, beginning April 14, 1S79. "^^^^"^^ ^^^'^^ entry. 

H.ARTFOKT), Sept. 12, 1859. 
"We the undersigned hereby express our consent to the 
formation, or organization of a religious society in the 
Western section of the City of Hartford, the same to be es- 
tablished and conducted according to the doctrine, discipline, 
and worship of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United 
States, and when formed, to be imitcd as soon as may be with 
the Convention of Protestant Episcopal Churches in the Dio- 
cese of Connecticut. 

R. M. Abercromhif., 

Rector of Christ Churchy 

Plartford. 
E. A. \V.\5ur,URM:, 

Rector of St. Johns, 
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uV,':'. /.'. /'. Mr. Ellis was authuiized to have tlie crack 
s:i\vo(l o'lt of the bell, provided that upon exaniinalion it was 
llmu-lit that the bell could be restored to use. 

Consent was given that there should be a collection for 
thr Hartford Soldiers' Aid Association taken in the Church 

on Thanks'^i^ivino: Day. 

1865. 

/(///. /J, r. Mr. Xortham remarked that the object of 
callin-.^ the mcetin^c; was to take action \ipon the death of 
Bishop Brownell, and after sonie conversation, the Wardens, 
the Clerk, Mr. Fisher, and Mr. Ellis were appointed a Com- 
mittee to see the Church draped in mourning-, and to make 
such olh.er arrangements respecting the funeral as may be 
necessary. 

The Rector, the Junior Warden, and the Clerk were re- 
quested to draft some resolutions, who reported the fullowing 
which were unanimously adopted, viz.: 

U'/iereas, it has pleased Almighty God to take to himself 
in a good old age. our late Diocesan, the Right Reverend 
Thomas Church Brownell, D.D., LE.D., Presiding Bishop of 
the Church in the United States, sometime Rector of this 
Parish. 

ResoiicJ^ That we tender to the family of the deceased our 
heartfelt sympathy in this bereavement, which they. suffer 
only more immediately than the Church at large. 

A'rso/7YJ, That we shall ever cherish the memory of th<jse 
untiring labors and wise counsels of the late Bishop, through 
which the Church in this Diocese has so largely increased, 
and has enjoyed so much harmony during his Episcopate, 
and by which he has fully redeemed the promise made by 
him to tlie Convention of the Diocese at the time of his con- 
secration, more than forty-five years ago, that he would "en- 
deavor to imitate that prudence and zeal which characterized 
the earliest Bishop of this Diocese, and of this country ; and 
to cultivate those virtues which distinguished his immediate 
successor." 

Rr-soI;cJ, That we will attend his funeral in a body, with 
the usual badge iA mourning. 
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J^eso/ceJ, That lliCbC Resoliui</ns he entered upon the 
records, and that a copy of them be transmitted to the family 
of the hate Prelate. 

March ly. The Wardens, the Clerk, Mr. Beach, and Mr. 
i\rcXary were appointed a committee with power to sell the 
old bell and j^rocure a new one. 

Marc/t 2J'K Messrs. Beach and Case were appointed a 
Committee to endeavor to raise by subscription the sum of 
$2,500 to pay the floatint,^ debt of the Parish. 

Nov. 2j, V. It was proposed by some of the friends of 
the Lfle Rev. Y)v. X. S. Wheaton, to place a tablet to his 
memory in the church, but nothing came from it. How- 
ever, a few yeans later, he was remembered by the fine 
windov.- in the chancel. 

At this .same meeting- " C. H. Xortham and Z. Preston 
were appointed a committee to ascertain the probable cost 
of a suitable tablet to the memory of the late Bishop 
Brownell." This led to an enquiry and some correspond- 
ence, but the matter was finally dropped. 

1866. 

March ji, F. "There was some conversation upon the 
financial and other general interests of the Parish, and the 
committee v/ho purchased the bell were desired to have the 
tolling apparatus improved." 

Record of a subscription to raise $2,500 for paying the 
floating debt of the Parish, and for procuring a new bell. 
The subscription was afterwards increased to $3,c>oo, in 
order to make a present of $500 to the rector. 

We the subscribers agree to pay J. W. Beach, Treasurer 
of the Parish of Christ Church, the sums affixed to our 
respective names, for the purpose of paying the floating 
debt of the said Parish, and procuring a new bell, provided 
the sum of $2,500 be raised. 

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C. H. Norlhn-.n. 
Walter Koncy. 
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l-:inii' I-I(i'.v«.r, 
Will. I'. Tuttic. 
San,L 1. 'I'ulllc. 
New ton Carter, 
]. W. Beach, . 
Isaac Toucey, 
Chester Adams, 
Danl. Goodwin. 
Charles Benton, 
Cash, . 
S. G. l^aniliani, Jr 
George D. Jewett. 
Dudley Buck, 



ANT \()TI:;S AND CO.M.MKNTS. 



S300 J. A. Ca<e, 

2(X) Mrs. William Mather, 

200 Gr.rdon W. Rub.sell, 

200 Mrs. Henry Perkins, 

200 M. W. Chapin, 

200 S. B. Bere.;t'ord, 

200 E. M. Watkinson, 

200 G. Brinley, 

100 V. A. Brown, 

100 C. C. Kimball, 

100 E. S. Butler, . 

100 J. M. B. >[cNary, 

100 H. Tudor Brownell, 

100 Geo. E. Hatch, 

50 Dr. C. A. Taft, 

50 T. Holland. . 
N. Rice, 



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y///-// 2. r. The Wardens and Vestry were authorized, if 
in their judgment deemed expedient, to employ an Assistant 
to the Rector, at a sahiry not exceeding $Soo. 

A reference to the votes of December, 1S19, will show- 
that Rev. Mr. Wainwright had resigned as rector, and 
that Bishop Brov.'iiell had accepted the rectorship of the 
Parish, upon the promise of an assistant. Rev. N. S. 
Wheaton was chosen, and continued as" Assistant Rector " 
until the Bi.shop resigned. Nov. 11, 1S20, in consequence 
of the Diocese recpiring his exclusive services. The ap- 
pointment of Mi. Wheaton was due to temporary causes, 
but he mav be considered as the first assistant which the 
Pari.sh ever had, a precedent which was not followed until 
after the passage of the vote of April 2, 1866. In June, 
the 19th, the Vestry I 'oti-d, that "the Wardens and Mr. 
Preston be appointed a committee with power to engage 
Rev. Robert Meech as an assistant minister of this Parish," 
who thus became a necessary ofiicial in the extended and 
n.seful work deemed important. 

JA/r 21, J'. The following preamble and resolutions were 
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420 CHRIST CFIURCII, HARTFORD. 

IV/u-rtas, it has pleased the ore-at head of tlie Church in 
His iiifinire wisdom, to reinovo from his earthly sphere the 
Rt. Rev. George ]^iurg(.-s.s, D.D., Dishop of the Diocese of 
Maine, and whereas pjishup Burg'ess was elected to his sacred 
oihce while exercising the Recti wsliip of this Parish. whic:h he 
had holden for thirteen years, endearing liiniself L_\' his 
devotion and consistent Cliristian example not only to the 
members of this Parish but to the community around us — 
Therefore, 

Heso/i'iJ, That while we bow with submission to this 
decree of Divine Providence, v;e cannot but mourn t/ic loss 
of one so deeply beloved, not only by this Parish and com- 
munity, but by the Church at large. 

RcsoIrt'J, That we tender to the famil}- and friends of the 
deceased, oar heartfelt sympathy in this hour of their 
bereavement, and hope they may receive such consolation as 
Cometh from failli and tru.-t in Ilim who doeth all things 
well. 

The above was ordered to be entered on the records, 
and a copy to be sent to the widow of the deceased 
Bishop, and Bishop Clark was requested to deliver in the 
Church a commemorative discotirsc of the late Bishop. 

Eboicztr Floi^cr, the son of Timothy Flower, was born 
at Feeding Hills, West vSpringfield, iMass., Sept. 3, 17S7, 
but his name first appears on our records in 1829, when he 
was chosen as one of the \"estry. He followed the occu- 
pation of a navigator, and soon became well known as the 
Captain of the scho<mer .]//;/, named for his wife. He 
was chiefly engaged in coasting, but made several voyages 
to the West Indies, as nearly as can be ascertained. In 
those earh' days, when the Connecticut river was the 
great line for our traffic, the captains of our sloops and 
schooners were men of impi"»rtance. and were often 
employed in making purchases and in the selling of 
products. A mere knowledge of navigation was not 
considered as an only and sufficient qualification, but a 
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general acquaintance %villi business. Those were found 
in Captain Flower, wlio.so reputation as an honest and 
c;ireful nian was well esta1.)lished. In his trips to New 
^'ork, r.oston, and other places, he was intrusted with the 
purchase of suL;-ar, inobsses, rum, and other j.;oods, as 
will ini^iy and confidently as if he had been a partner in 
the business. 

.V friend who made a trip with him to lioston in the 
schooner Ja'/v has given nie some of the details of the 
voyage, and especially the points which characterized 
him, and mark his excessive prudence. After leaving the 
river,' there were some indications of a storm, and he put 
into Xew London ; starting the next day, but fearing the 
strong winds, hefoiind a safe shelter at Xewp( )rt. I'utting 
out once more the troublesome sea drove him into 
Buzzards Bay. There was no further stoppage until his 
arrival at lioston, where the sea-rig was laid aside and 
Captain Flov\-er appeared as a well-dressed gentleman, and 
went ashore, ready to transact business. 

He possessed in an eminent degree good solid sense ; 
was kind, good natured, and not inclined to talk more than 
was necessarv. He was a sincere Christian, recognizing 
his duties and discharging his obligations faithfully. He 
was liberal in his contributions for church purposes, and 
for those also which so frequently occur in any town. He 
was extremely methodical, made an inventory of his 
estate every year, as I have been told, and kept an exact 
account of his expenditures also. From these it is now 
seen what sums were frequently given in charity, the 
charge being simply " for charity " one dollar, or three, or 
five dollars, or whatever it might be. Copies of some of 
the letters which he addressed to his friends, who were 
neglectful of their duties, or had fallen into bad habits, 
show what solicitude he had for their welfare, and the 
tender manner he had of expressing- it. 

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business, under the finn name of H. Ihainaid & Co. He 
was a member of the Vestry, 1S29, '30, '31, '42, 43, '44, '45, 
'S6 ; and Junior Warden, i S46, 47, '4S, 49. He was married 
to Ann Granger of Feeding }Iills, who survived him until 
April 15, 1867 ; it was especially noted with what affection 
he always regarded her. He was J^Iayor of the City for 
two terms, 1S51 and 1S52. He died September 4. 1S66. 

1867. 

I^esignaiton of Jh-. Chirk. 

Marcli II, Hartfor]), .March i, 1S67. 

To the Wardens and Vestrymen of Christ Church. 

Gentlemen, I tender to you my resignation of the rector- 
ship of Christ Church Parisli. 

After a ministry of nearly five years among a people who 
have given to me their confidence, and to whom my attach- 
ments are strong, it is painful to take this step ; but both my 
body and mind require such recuperation as cannot be 
secured while I am in the discharge of duty in so large a 
Parish. 

My connection with Christ Church has been exceedingly 
pleasant, and only for the reason stated should I propose to 
withdraw from it. 

If agreeable to you this resignation shall take effect on 
the first of June. 

I am, Gentlemen, 

Very truly yours, 

George H. Ctark. 

March 22, P. The resignation of the Rector was read, 
and r.pun the motion of Mr. Preston, the following Preamble 
and Resolutions were adopted: 

Whereas, the Rev. George H. Clark, D.D., through the 
Wardens and Vestry, has tendered his resignation of the 
Rectorship of this Parish, to take effect on the first day of 
June next, on account of his ill health, and great nervous 
debility, and the Wardens and Vestr>- by a committee having 
requested Dr. Clark to withdraw his resignation, which he 



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hns declined to do. Therefore I\csolvc(f^ That while we regret 
the necessity which induces the severance of the connection 
between liiniself and this Parish, which hassohappily existed 
for the last fa\e years, we reluctantly acknowledg-e the 
ProvidcPitial issue, and accept his resignation. 

J\i'soi7-'.\f, That we tender to the Rev. Dr. Clark our 
affectionate regard and sincere wishes for his personal wel- 
fare, and trust the relaxation he seeks may be the means of 
restoring him to perfect health. 

/ii^so/vfti. That we shall ever hold in grateful remem- 
brance tlie acceptable manner ink which he has performed 
his duties while Rector of the I'arish. 

J/(?r /6, P. It was Voted unanimously, that with the con- 
sent and approbation of the Bishop of this Diocese, the Rev. 
Robert Meech be invited to accept the Rectorship of this 
Parish, to succeed the Rev. Dr. Clark. 

The Wardens were appointed to wait upon Mr. Meech, 
and request his acceptance of the Rectorship, and they were 
also authorized to employ, at the request of Mr. ^leech, 
such assistance as may be necessary. 

June /J, V. The following letter from Mr. Meech was 
read, — 
To the Wardens of Christ Church, Hartford, Conn. 

Gentlemen, I acknowledge the recpt. of an attested copy 
of a vote and resolutions adopted at the recent Parish meet- 
ing of May 16, by wh. I was declared to be unanimously 
chosen as Rector to succeed the Rev-. Dr. Clark. I also 
acknowledge the recpt. at your hands of invitation to accept 
such position, made by you in pursuance of the vote and 
resolutions of the aforesaid Parish meeting. Allow me 
through you, to express to the members of the Parish my 
grateful acknowledgments of kindness and consideration 
shown towards me, not only in this very complimentary 
action, but also in numberless other ways, during the period 
of my connection with the Parish. I should greatly desire to 
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424 CHRIST C[Ii;KCir, ilvktiord. 

have found so many friciuls, if I v/cre wvW persuaded tliat my 
slay wd. be of advantage- both Lo them and me in carrying- 
foiward tiic work of our blessed Lord. 

After a somewliat careful considerati(jn oi the whole 
matter iiowe\-er, I have decided to ask you to cdlow me to 
postpone any absolute and tinal acticni. 1 am willing;, if it be 
agreeable to the Paiisli, to take charge as temporarv Rector, 
for a period of several months, to the next .\dvent, or Christ- 
mas season, if desired. At that time, if I have proven my- 
self equal to the task imposed Ui)on me, both in the opinion 
of the Parish and in m_\- own, I may be disjjosed to render a 
formal and absolute acceptance. The experience of the in- 
tervening months will demonstrate whether such v/ill be the 
wisest and best action, both for you and me, and my notions 
of duty vrill be clearer and more decided than they now are. 

You will rightly attribute my hesitancy to my own pain- 
ful consciousness of a very limited experience in both ininis- 
terial and pastoral v.-ork, and to a fear lest I sh' hereafter be 
found inadequate to the position assumed, and not to any 
want of confidence in the Parish, or lack of desire to be thus 
honorably connected with its members. 

I am Gentlemen, 

Yrs. very Respectfully, 

R. Meech. 

Mess. C. H. XORTHAM. ) ,„ 

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Xo. 103 Elm, HARnoKO, May, 1S67. 

I'oitJ, That the vSenior Warden be requested to notify the 

Rev. Mr. ^Teech that his letter is received and that the 

Wardens and Vestry accept his proposition to take charge of 

the Parish agreeably to the terms stated in said letter. 

A proposition was made by ^Tr. Gordon W. Biirnham 
to present a marble bust of the late Bishop lirownell, to 
the Parish, upon certain conditions, which were not 
carried out, and the bust was returned to him. accordinsf 
to his request. 



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Ml-. Meccli infnnncd the Vestry thai Mrs. Williain 
Mather offers to present a lot of land in the nortliL-rn part 
of the citv. that a chapel may be erected thereon. Thi.s 
was a lot from the southwest part of her home lot, and it 
was 

W'lcJ, That the Wardcn.s and Vestry thankfully receive 
the otTer made by Mrs. Mather, and will advise the accept- 
ance thereof by the Parish. 

1868. 

Feb. 20, l\ The following- letter from Mr. Mecch was read. 
To the Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, Hartford, Conn. 

Gentlemen, the time tjranted me for considering- the call 
of the Parish of Christ Church to become its Rector having 
now expired, and no intimation of any change of purpose or 
desire on the j^art either of yourselves, or the Parish, having 
been received by me, I hereby declare my acceptance of the 
said call, and my willingness to become y' Rector from this 
date. 

In accepting I do not disguise from myself that I ani 
assuming a position of much responsibility and difliculty, and 
for which there may well be a question as to my fitness. 
But the kind assurance of sympathy and forbearance which I 
have rec'' from many individuals in the Parish, the desire of 
my Bishop, and my own inclination to retain my home among 
you, encourage me to undertake the cUities which the call 
lays upon me. Above all, I look for help to my Divine 
Master the great Head of the Church and trust that according 
to niy day so will he make my strength to be. 

Prating that the step I now take may be blessed of GOD 

to the welfare of the Parish, and of the Church at large, and 

that I may ever retain your esteem and confidence, I remain. 

Gentlemen 

Yrs very Respectfully 

Hartford, Conn. Rop.t. Mff.ch. 

Feast of th^ Epipluuiy, A.D. /S6S. 

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CHRIST C1H'Uc:H, irAUTl'ORD. 



the services of Rev. Edward Goodridge as his Assistant, at a 
salary of one thousand dollars per annum. 

K<ci>rJ of a Su/'scn'j'do/i iiiaih' in lS6j. 

The undersigned ag-ree to pay to J. W. Beach, Treasurer, 
the sums atllxed to our several names, t(^ raise the sum of six 
hundred dollars, for the purpose of discharging the floating 
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Daniel Goodwin, 


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A proposition which had been made by Wm. W. 
Roberts, June 19, 1866, for the purchase of a strip of land 
belonging- to the Parish, had been considered at various 
times, without any agreement as to terms. This was in 
the rear of the Chapel, south of the south line of the lot 
on which the church stands, continued westvrard. 

April 2j^ KX. an adjourned special meeting of the Parish 
]\Ir. Adams made a verbal statement, and after some discus- 
sion, it was — 

VotcJ, That the Wardens be authorized and instructed to 
sell and convey to William W. Roberts, a piece of land in the 
rear of the Chapel, south of the south line of the lot on which 
the Church stands continued westward, and also a privilege 
in the gangway, upon such terms and conditions as the com- 
mittee appointed to confer v/ith said Roberts at the last 
Parish meeting, or a majority of them, shall consider for the 
best interest of the Parish. 

PnniJiL-!, That the price to be paid by the said Roberts 
shall not be less th.an $1,000. 

"There was some discu.ssion, but no action taken, with 
reference to the terms of sale of the land. May 22, 1S69." 
A mention is m.adc of this matter April 20, 1S71, when the 
Wardens v/ith Mr. Davis and the Clerk were instructed to 



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inal:e a settlement with William W. Roberts. Xothing 

further appears upon the records concerning- it. P.y the 

Tre;isurer's book it appears that on August 12, 1S74, Mr. 

Roberts paid to him the sum of ?^I,500 presumably for this 

land. 

1869. 

/(T/!. .?/, r. Mr. Meech made some remarks upon 
church work in his opinion desirable to be accomplished, 
cspeciallv in the direction of missionary efforts in the 
northern part of the city ; and upon motion, Mr. Dickinson, 
Mr. Hurr, and Mr. Meech were appointed a committee to 
wait on Mrs. Mather in reference to the Chapel proposed 
to be built on the land donated by her. !^^r. Dickinson 
reported that Mrs. Mather is willing to v.-aive the restric- 
tion relative to the material of which the Chapel is to be 
built. On the 17th of ]March, Mr. Ellis suljmitted a plan 
for a Chapel, and Messrs. Carter, Dickinson, liurr, and 
Case were appointed a committee to solicit .subscriptions 
to raise funds to build a Chapel on the ;Mather lot. 

At this meeting-, ^Mr. Goodridge resigned the position 
of x-Vssistant Minister, to take effect on the coming Easter. 

March 2j. 'Sir. ]^Ieech brought to the notice of the 
A'cstry a Resolution of the Lower House of the General 
Convention of 1S6S, relative to the sale or Ica.sing of seats 
in churches ; v.'hen it was 

I'otdd, That the seats be assessed for a sufficient sum to 
ci)\-er the ordinary expenses of the Parish. 

.-//•/•// 12. ;Mr. Adams and Mr. Earn ham reported 
verbally the result of a conference they had had with ^Mr. 
McL-ch.' 

The resignation of Mr. Goodridge was accepted, and 
the following resolutions offered by Mr. Preston were 
adopted unanimously: 

ll'/icn\is. The Rtjv. Edward Goodridge has resigned the 
position of Assistant Minister of Christ Church, Hartford, 
and his resignation has been accepted, — although wc shall 



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deeply feci bis loss, we cannot but appreciate his motives ; 
therefore, 

JvcSi'/rrJ, That the Rev. Mi". Guodrid^e has filled his posi- 
tion in the Parish and Sunday School durin;^- the i)ast year to 
the entire satisfaction of the cong'rcijation. 

A\'Si>/:ri/, That he has our heartfelt wishes and prayers 
that tlie blessing- of. Ciod may rest on him and his family, and 
that his labors in future may be crov.ned witli success. 

'J'lic condition of the Chapel \vas now recjuirino- atten- 
tion : if the expense of the repairs were estimated at over 
two thousand dollars, a special meeting- of the Parish was 
to be called. 

/.'/;!c' J?/, /'. Vo^rJ, That the Wardens be authori/.ed to cm- 
ploy Mr. Charles IP B. Tremaine as Assistant ^linister of the 
Parish, until Easter next, provided it is acceptable to Mr. 
Meech, at a salary not exceeding- the rate of one thousand 
dollars per annum. 

Isai7c Touccy was born at Xcwtov/n, November 5, 1796, 
and died July 30, 1S69. Pie married Catharine, daughter 
of Cyprian Xichols, October .-"S, 1S27. She died Atigiist 
13, 1.S71. aged 69 years; a most estimable lady, possess- 
ing in a high degree the gentle disposition and amiable 
manners of both her parents. The name of ]Mr. Toueey 
first occurs o\\ our records in a subscription " for warming 
the Church." in 1814. Pie commenced the practice of law 
in Hartford in 1S18, and was state's attorney from 1S22 to 
1S35. lie once told me that he rarely failed to convict 
an offender against whom he brought an action, which, 
while good evidence of his judgment and ingenuity, 
shows that the juries in those days were conscientious 
and in favor of executing the law. He was member of 
Congress from this district for four years ; was Governor 
of the state in 1S46; attorney-general under Mr. Polk; 
member of the Senate of the P'nited States in 1851 for 
six years, and Secretary of the Navy in the administra- 
tion of Mr. Buchanan. He was for many years a member 



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of the vestry, and was i^cnior WcirJcn in 1S50. often served 
upon committees, and was quite interested in Parish mat- 
ters. He was also a trustee of Trinity College and a 
liberal benefactor of that institution. 

1870. 

July y. The fMllowing minute was unanin"iously adopted: 

]]'/ifrtc7s^ It has pleased Almighty (_iod suddenly to re- 
move our Senior Warden, Chester Adams, who has been 
identified with the inteiests of this Parish for many years, 
and has held ihe ofHce of \"estryman or Warden since 

1853, 

We desire in this manner to express, and leave upon 
record, a testimonial of our high appreciation of his charac- 
ter as a man and a christian, and to tender our heartfelt 

sympathy to his berea^■cd family. 

St. TJionias Parish was organized July 21, 1870. and the 
following persons signed the agreement of membership, 
the intent Ijcing to afford further religious services in the 
north part of tlie city. 



L. A. Dickinson, 
P. W. Burr, 
John Spring, 
Josiah H. Martin, 
Richard Wright, 
John Pairman, 
William P. Whittlesey, 
WilHam A. Corey, 
Alfred Milton, 
George O. Newton, 
Albert Skinner, 



Timothy Mather, 
James S. Barnett, 
Thomas Sumner, 
R. W. Douthwait, 
P. C. Thompson, 
WilHam Pierce, 
A. W. North, 
G. B. TInbbell, 
Geo. S. Burr, 
Wm. A. Prothero, 
Alfred Williams, 
Andrew Brabazon. 



John W. Johnson, 

This organization was the result of mission services 
held V'\ the north part of the town. Many of the above 
per.sons belonged to Christ Church, which was thus weak- 
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found in our records no mention of the establishment of 
St. Thomas Parish. Tlu-re was, however, no ill feeling" 
connected with it. and many of our members contributed 
to the erection of its church. 

1871. 

April JO, I'. Mr. Treniaine was requested to remain 
another year, and the Wardens were authorized to make ar- 
rang-emeiiLS for such temporary assistance to Mr. Mcech as 
may be needed in case }tlr. Tremaine declined. 

Oct. 2$. Voted, That the Rector be requested to hold the 
week day services in the Chapel, instead of in the Church. 

Votf'J, That the rini.^in^ of the bell be dispensed with for 
the ordinary week day services. 

This led to a remonstrance from the rector, and after 
further discussion and considerable delay the vote con- 
cerning the ringing of the bell " was rescinded " February 
7, 1874, and very properly too. 

1872. 

April /, P. Voted, That in the opinion of this meoling, it 
is not expedient that the expen.ses of the Parish should ex- 
ceed its income. 

At this time the condition of the Parish was not at all 
satisfactory- ; a number of the old and wealthy members 
had died ; some had united in establishing the parishes 
of Trinity and St. Thomas: the debt was annually in- 
creasinor, and for reasons which ought not to have existed 
there was not a cordial support of the rector. In such 
cases his work is very much hindered, and however well 
performed, his ministrations fall far short of their true 
value. By the above vote it is shown that the ParLsh was 
besfinnino- to realize its true condition, but it did not have 
the courage to curtail its expenses. It went on in the 
same reckless way for a short time longer, until absolute 
necessity rendered a change necessary. 



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,•//•/•// 27. A coiniuunication frtnii James Goodwin oiYer- 
iii'.' It) subscribe one fifth part of $25,000 to be raised for re- 
building^'- the Chapel and painting- the Chnrcli, was read and 
referred to the Wardens. 

1873. 

April /./, J'. WUcJ, That the music for the coming year 
lie hmited to the sum of two tliousand dolLars. 

■ ■ 1874. 

April 6. The following- communication from the Rector 
was received : 
To the members of the Parish of Christ Church. 

My dear friends, The Bishop of the Diocese has given me 
his olTicial counsel and judgment that I ought to resign my 
rectorship among you. I hereby comply with the same, and 
return to you the trust received from you nearly seven years 
since. Faithfully y"" brother iii Christ, 

Ror.T. jNIekch. 
Easter Even, 1874. 

The resignation of the rectorship by Rev. Mr. Meecli 
was accepted, and thereupon it was 

Uraiv.imousix R-ssoivcJ, That in accepting the resignation of 
the Reverend Robert ^leech, we desire to express our con- 
viction that while Rector of this Parish he has faithfully and 
conscientiously endeavored to do his whole duty ; and that he 
has our best wnshes for his future welfare and happiness. 

April 20. On motion Charles II. Xortham, Gurdon "\V. 
Russell, George Beach, Charles Benton, Wm. F. Tuttle, and 
David T. Lanman, were appointed a committee to consider 
the financial condition of the Parish, and to report at a future 
meeting-. 

April 20, P: It having- come to the knowledge of this 
Parish, that a union of several parishes in this city has been 
proposed, therefore, 

Resolved, That Gurdon W. Russell, Flavins A. Brown, and 
George Beach, be appointed a committee from this Parish, to 



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confer v.-iili any other comuiittces appoinlctl for the iibove 
purpose, and report to a future meeting-. 

May 4. The report of the committee on finance was read 
by Col. Xortham, and is as follows : 

The committee to whom was referred the fmcmcial condi- 
tion of the Parish, bej,'- leave to report, — 

That from a statement furnished them, they find the 
present indebtedness of the Parish to be $18,290. seven 
thousand of which is funded, leavino- a balance of lloatino- 
debt of about Si 1,300. There is due from Mr. Roberts $1,000 
and interest, for land upon which his Opera House now 
standi, which may or may not be available. 

To continue as we are, carrying- this floating- debt, would 
result in g-reat embarrassment to the ofhcers of the Parish, 
and affect iniui-iously its prestig-e and prospects. 

To fund tiie whole debt of that loan, would entail upon 
the Parish a larg-e annual tax for interest, and continue to 
add to its embarrassment, and discourag-e new accessions 
besides entailing- upon our successors of a future g-eneration, 
a debt whicli properly belongs to the present to pav. 

The coni.mittee therefore, in view of the whole subiect, 
unanimou.sly recommend, that the Parish continue the present 
funded debt of $7. ceo. for the j-iresent, and that an etTort be 
made to obtain by subscription among- the members of the 
Parish, a sum sufficient to pay the floating- debt, say about 
$11,000. The committee believe that l)y a united and gener- 
ous eitort this can be accomplished. 

Pr. (n-dcr, C. H. NoRTH.\>f, 

CJiairinan. 

The item here called " funded debt " wa.s the sum bor- 
rowed, from the '• Xiles Fund." 

There wa.s included in this indebtedness of the Parish, 
with interest, abotit $2,500. to the rector, and perhaps some 
other items of expenses remaining unpaid for the last 
year. By great exertions tlxc whole debt was paid in 1876 
by comparatively few persons. This matter is alluded to 
in the "Report of a committee on the funds of the 



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Parish," p. 120, Nvhcic it is said, '• It was reserved to a later 
day, wlicn an indebtedness of nearly the same sum had 
been ineurred, and when the Parish was mueh redueed in 
nnmbers, to pay off all the obligations resting upon it, 
and to make it what it had never, or certainly for many- 
years had been, entirely free from debt." 

A'<'Si'/:ri/, That Messrs. Charles II. Xorlham, Cieorge 
iSeacli, Flavins A. Brown, Gurdon W. Ru.ssell, David T. Lan- 
man, William L. Matson, and Lorenzo B. Goodman be ap- 
pointed to obtain subscriptions to discharge the floating debt 
of the Parish. 

Dr. Russell made a verbal report as to a project of union 
of parishes; and upon motion the committee vs'as continued. 

Oct. j, r. The wardens were advised to place the Parish 
temporarily under the charge of Rev. Professor John T. 
Huntington. 

1875. 

March 2Q, P. The report of the committee appointed at 
a Parish meeting, May 4, 1S74, was read, accepted, and or- 
dered on file. 

Said report is as follows: 

The committee appointed at a Parish meeting in May 
last on the finances of the Parish beg leave to report: That 
in pursuance of a vote of the Parish, subscriptions were ob- 
tained from individual members of the Parish amounting to 
11,021 dollars, and under direction and on the order of 
the \Varden 7,588.89 dollars have been paid in liquidation of 
debts. The committee believe the balance of said subscrip- 
tion will be soon collected. 

C. H. XouTUA.Nr, C/'iairman. 

Voted, That Charles II. Xortham be appointed as trustee 
to receive all the unexpended funds derived from the sub- 
scription for liquidating the floating debt of the Parish, 
which funds shall be held for the purpose of paying the 
mortgage debt, now amoi:nting to $7,000, and that he also 
receive and properly invest these funds and such other as 

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may come into his possession, which shall be known as the 
vSinkin;^- Fund of the Parish. 

VotiJ, That a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars be 
appropriated for music for the year ensuing-, to be distributed 
among- the organist and choir in such manner as shall be 
satisfactory to them and the committee on music. 

A retrenchment had now commenced, the amount for 
several years previous havinc;- been two thousand dollars 
per annum. 

Subscription for the pay»i€nt of the Floating Debt. 

The undersigned agree to pay the sums affixed to their 
names, for the purpose of liquidating' the Floating Debt of the 
Parish of Christ Church. 

These subscriptions not to be binding- until the sum of 
Eleven Thousand Dollars be subscribed. One half of the 
subscription shall be due, and paid on the fifteenth of June, 
and the remainder on the fifteenth of October next. 

The amount remaining- due and unpaid, is to be settled 
by a note, satisfactory to the Treasurer of the Parish. 

Hartford, !\[ay S, 1S74. 



Charles H. Northam, 
George Beach, 
AVilliam F. Tuttle, 
George Beach, 

C. H. Northam. 
Charles Benton, 
Gurdon W. Russell, 
Newton Carter, 
Walter Keney, 
Gurdon \V. Russell. 
Daniel Goodwin, 

L. B. Goodman, 
William F. Tuttle. 

D. S. Dewey, . 
Thomas Skinner, 
L. B. Goodman. 
F. \\. Brown, . 
W. L. Matson. 





. Two 


Thousand 




. Two 


Thousand 




. Two 


Thousand 




. Five Hundred 




. Nine 


Hundred Thirty-five 




. Five 


Hundred 




. Five 


Hundred 




. Five 


Hundred 




. Five 


Hundred 




. Two 


Hundred 




. Two 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 




. One 


Hundred 



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Ciinri's J. Il'i-.dly, 
]l.C. Fuller, . 
I). T. Lutinuui, 
(■'ii.irios Benton, 
\V. L. Maisoii, 
I). T. Lanmaii, 
( ). 1», Woodruff. 
W. C. Ilatchiiis, 
Char'cs E. Dustin, 
F. A. Robbins, 
George C. Jarvis, 
S. W. Wilcox, 
Clarence Terry, 
Georg^e W. Hubbard, 
Saml. F. CadweU, 
Jolin F. Tracy, 
Cash, . 
F. }. Knox, 



Fifty 

Fifty 

Fitly 

Forty 

Forty 

Twenty Five 

Twenty Five 

Twenty Five 

Twenty Five 

Twenty F'ive 

Twenty l-'ive 

Twenty I'ive 

Tv.enty Five 

Fifteen 

Fifteen 

Fifteen 

Six 

Five 



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AnotJu'r Subscription. 

For the purpose of pa)"ing- the final indebtedness of the 
Parish of Christ Church, now amounting to between Four 
Thousand and Four Thousand Five Flundred Dollars, the 
subscribers a^ree to pay the several sums affixed to their 
names, to Charles II. Xortham, Treasurer of the Sinking- 
Fund, on or before the first day of April next. Xo sub- 
scription to be binding unless the surn of Four Thousand 
Dollars is subscribed before that date. 

Hartford, Dec. i8, 1S75. 



C. II. Xortham, 
\\'m. F. Tuttle, 
Gurdon W. Russell, 
Walter Keney. 
Cbaries Benton, 



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Five Hundred 
Five FIv.ndred 
Five Hundred 
Four Hundred 



Dollars. 



The full amount was not subscribed by the time specified; 
the abo\e named persons however, agreed that their sub- 
scriptions should be bL-cure-tl to pay the indebtedness, and so 
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Easter Offerings, 

L. B. Goodman, 

V. A. Br.v.va. . 

J. 11. Sprat^ue, 

Daniel S. Dewey, 

Parish by vote, 

Interest Slate Savings Bank, 

G. W. R. to bal.. 

Paid 1S74, 



Four Hundred Dolls. Seventy Five cts. 

One Hundred " 

I'itty 

Twenty Five 

Twenty Five 

Seven Hun. Fifty' 

Tv.-enty 

Seven 



Thirty-nine cts. 
Eighty-eight cts. 



84,160.02 
11,021.00 

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/in/f 2~. M e mora lui ion, That on Sunday, June 27, 1S75, 
Gm-clon W. Russell, M.D., presented to the Parish a solid 
silver Alms Basin, oilded within, weig-hino' about forty 
ounces, havinc;- the following- inscription around the rim, viz.: 
"Of Thine own have we given Thee, O Lord"; and under 
the rim, " Christ Church, Hantord, Connecticut, iSy^. The 
g-iftof G. W. R." 

1876. 

Jan. 2J, V. Voted, That tlie Wardens, Mr. Tuttle, D^ 
Russell, and Mr. Davis, be a committee to recommend a 
clergytnan to the Parish as a Rector, and to report to the 
Vestry. 

April J J, P. The Report of tlie Trustee of the Sinking 
Fund was read, and a statement was made by D'. Russell 
relative to subscriptions v.'hich had recently been made 
to discharge the Parish indebtedness. 

Voted, That the Treasurer of the Parish pay the sum of 
seven hundred and fifty dollars to the Trtistee of the Sinking 
Fund, tmvards extinguishing the debt of the Parish. 

Voted, That this Parish, having- made provisions for 
liquidating' its indebtedness, most heartily rejoices in being- 
free from this great burden, and desires to place upon record 
their opinion of the impolicy of creating a future debt, and 
also that it is otir Christian duty so to economize our 
expenditures that they shall not be in excess of our annual 
income. 

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was passed for an clc-ant Alms Chest, by him pi-cscnlcd to 
the Pnrt»i, and k-avc was ^ranted that said Chest be 
suitably attixed to the inner wall of the Church in a proper 

place. 

1877. 

March 26, P. The committee appointed by the Vestry, 
January 22^ 1S76, to recommend a clergyman to the Parish 
as Rector, made throu-di I)^ Russell a verbal report, and 
presented the names of Rev. B. Judkins, of Windsor, and 
Rev. W. F. Nichols, of West Hartford, for the consideration 
of the Parish. 

The report of the committee was taken into considera- 
tion by the meetincr, and after two informal ballotings, a 
formal vote was taken, when it appeared that with the 
exception of one blank the Rev. William F. Nichols was 
unanimously elected. 

Voted, That with the consent and approbation of the 
Bishop of this Diocese, the Rev. William V. Xichols be 
Invited to accept the Rectorship of this Parish. 

Voted, That hereafter the music of the Church be regu- 
lated in accordance with Section II, Canon 33, Title I, of the 
Digest. 

April 2, :Mr. Henry Wilson, the organist, had on the 
17th of March resigned the position which he had so 
long and acceptably held, whereupon it was by the Parish 

Resolved, That this Parish hereby tender to Mr. Henry 
Wilson, on the occasion of his resignation of the position of 
Organist in this Church, their grateful thanks for the able 
manner in which, for twenty-two years, he has fulhlled the 
duties of the place. 

Recognizing how much of the pleasure derived by the 
congregation of this Church from its services, has during this 
long period been due to his exertions, we wish to express to 
him our desire, that in the new field on which he is entering, 
his relations may be as pleasant with the parish, and as well 
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We fiirLhcr wisli to record our thanks to all the members 
of the ch(.)ir no\\' leaving- us, and especially to Messrs. Wander, 
and Gundlach, who have all these years so faithfully assisted 
Mr. Wilson. 

About Ilinry Wl/soii. 

Christ Church never had so finely an organized or 
skillful a choir :i<^ that which \\-as formed under the super- 
intendence of ]Mr. Wilson. To say that it became 
" famous " is but to state the general opinion of all. It 
was not that it excelled in the minute technique of the 
profession alone, appreciated only perhaps, by those 
equally skilled in music, but it was appreciated and ap- 
proved by all those who were desirous of a reverent v/or- 
ship, and l)elieved that the best talent was none too good 
in singing the praises and glory of our Redeem.er. Mr. 
Wilson especially excelled in expressing the holy spirit 
of song, and carried his listeners v/ith him in heart, if 
not in voice, through all the services in which the choir 
was engaged. The quartette was composed of IMr. \K\\- 
liam Wander, IMr. Louis Gundlach, IMrs. Lucy Rogers, 
and Mrs. George L. Wilson ; they were aided by a chonis 
of different persons, among them Islv. ^Laercklein, who 
were all of them very valuable assistants. The cost of 
this was considerable, for the Parish voted annual 1_\^ the 
sum of two thousand dollars for its support, but this was 
supplemented by subscriptions of nearly half of this 
amount. 

There came a time, however, in the history of the 
Parish when this could no longer be borne. The forma- 
tion of other parishes, the deaths of some of the princi- 
pal members, and the removal of others, had so reduced 
the nutiiber that the expense could no longer be incurred ; 
and so the dissolution of the choir became neces.sary, to 
the regret of all. 

We are indebted t(j his friend, Mr. Richard P.urton, 
for the following sketch of him, which is exceedingly 
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[One is \VL>nt to view the peisonalit)- aiul performance of 
a friend, beloved and vanished from mortal vision, tlirough 
a haze of sweet remembrances and sacred associations. 
Hence arises that idealization of the dead, beautifid in its 
birth, but resultincT sometimes in the perfunctory praise of 
tombstones or the lyiny; j:;Iosses of conventional euloj^^y — 
that sL'/'/rrssio vcri which works as much mischief often as 
out-and-out falsehood. 

And yet when the eulop^ium is honest, spontaneous, and 
fj-eneral, it represents the hic;'hest truth concerning its recip- 
ient. The good spoken of a nuui of genius and character 
after his removal from earth is a judgment in which head 
and heart have equal share — and this in itself is a certifi- 
cate of its authenticity. While he is among us he is too near 
to be seen as he is; removed from the blurr and puzzlement 
of o'er-close contact, we regard him in the round and with 
proper perspective. Called of a sudden to pronounce upon 
his qualities, wc are put to our perspicacity and good faith at 
once, and express the underlying deep conviction unwitting- 
ly formulated as the dear one moved about the street or in 
our homes, playing off upon us the xnanifold manifestations 
of his essential nature. 

And in Henry Wilson may be seen such a man, such a 
nature, which, when appraised either in respect of gift or of 
character, confirms the instinctive, tender affirmation of 
grief and love. To recall the annals of his life, to chronicle 
his influence and accomplishment, is an enheartening, an 
alluring thing; it notifies those still in the thick of the fight 
that talent consecrated by goodness is of the essences that 
may not die. 

" Only the actions of the just 
Smell sweet and blossom in their dust." 

The mere mention of the external facts of a life seldom 
conveys more than a partial sense of the real person; yet, 
for completeness' sake, it is well to run over dates and hap- 
penings. Born in the lovely Connecticut river town of Green- 
field, Mass., in 1S2S, he came of good Xew England .stock — 
that stock which, rustic and simphj-nurtured as it is, has 



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proved in root and branch so potent in our native life. Wil- 
son had the plain, godly herila-e and the common-school 
education oranted to mnny another New En-lander who has 
left the world richer for his hvlw^ in it. His father was a 
man mucli considered in his town, a leading- churcliman, and 
constable of the place; his mother a noble woman of the old 
school. Early liis love for music was announced, sendin^^ 
him to Boston before he was of age, to study the gentlest and 
divinest of the arts under the best teachers, wliile he worked 
at his trade of piinter to insure a livclih-ood. Thence he re- 
turned home, giving music lessons in a seminary and begin- 
ning his definite profession as organist of St. James's Church. 
A wider opportunity was found in Dr. Ide's cliurch at Spring- 
field, and after a brief sojourn there, came a year or more Tn 
Germany, that .Mecca for musicians, natal land of song among 
modern nations. The time was spent at the Leipsic Con"^- 
servatory under masters like Plaidy, Moschelle.s. Richter, 
and Papperitz. Avho taught him in the sundry divisions which 
go to make a rounded culture. A richly fertile experience 
this, we may well believe, for the young enthusiast, con- 
firming and clarifying his taste, broadening his knowledge, 
laynig a foundation upon which to build his critical and 
creative work in the years to be. At that period such train- 
ing and inspiration could alone be received from such-like 
European musical centers. 

In the fall of 1S55 we see Wilson, his studies concluded, 
making straight for Hartford to take charge of the Christ 
Church organ there — a church and a city which for a quar- 
ter-century he was to be associated with in ways of useful- 
ness and honor. Two years later he married Miss Eugenia 
J. Baldwin of Middletown. Conn., a lady who as his wife ful- 
fills one's ideal of that tie and relation, and, still surviving 
him, is in the hearts of a host of devoted friends a synonym 
for all that makes womanhood a benediction and a privilege. 
Wilson's connection with Christ Church for more th'an 
twenty years, as organist and choir director, made his name 
and that of his quartet famous throughout New England; 
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his profession, and as a social fiL^iirc one of the most con- 
spicui.ns and wcdcomo in the exceptionally gracious life of 
that city. (")n l^aster of the year 1S77 he became the oi'gan- 
ist of the l\irk Churcli, whose pastoi", Dr. iJurton, was a dear 
and ItMiy-time friend; but noi for long did he en.^ai^e in this 
new work. A memorial service on December 3cth was his 
last participation in hiis worshipful art, and in scarce more 
than a week's time, before he had rounded out fifty years of 
life, he was dead. 

Henry Wilson's public funeral, fitly held at Christ Church, 
was a nc>teworthy occasion; the i.^'^reat conccnirse of mourners, 
the outpourinj^ of lovini^- testimonials from far raid near, the 
comment of tiie public press, all went to show the man's 
value in the eyes of friends, of the community, and of the 
country. Even 10 the stricken hearts and blinded eyes of 
those bowed down with sorrov,- at the time, this reC"jj;nition 
was an inexpressible solace. 

Wilson's professional work as teacher, orL^anist, conductor, 
and composer was varied and of a higii order. But it is in 
the latter capacity, as a creator of church music, that he will 
be longest remenibered and brought the most reputation to 
himself and to the city of his election. Real creation in any 
of the arts — to be forever distinguished from spurious and 
bastard imitations thereof — is so rare and so precious as to 
set apart one v.diose work can be ranked in that august cate- 
gory. That of Wilson was so rated by the critical judgment 
of fellow-musicians, by trained specialists who regarded him 
from the vantage-point of unprejudiced impartiality. Stimu- 
lating and successful as he was in the teaching function, 
gifted and polidextrous as he showed himself as organist 
and conductor, it is by his church music most of all that 
his name survives his own earthly sojourn, lending its sweet 
savor to the Christian service of God. His music is played 
and sung by the best choirs of this country at the recurrent 
festivals of the Church, and his compositions will be heard 
more rather than less as it becomes the custom in our 
churches to make use of the choicest productions of native 
composers. At his best — in such things as his masteqiiece. 



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tlie Christmas cantata, "And tlicre were Shepherds," the 
sjjlendid hymn, "Alleluia," or in his unjiublished setting for 
the grand and solemn "Dies Ir.c," in the oi^inion of compe- 
tent critics one of his most sohohirl)' and noble composi- 
tions — his work displays a union of nielddic invention, bold 
imagination, sound technique, and deep religious inspiration. 
It is music tliat illuminates the meaning of Lanier's phrase, 
" the holiness of beauty." It emanates not aloric from the 
mind nuisically active, but from a spirit requiring an ex- 
pressional outlet for devotion. One feels that far more than 
virtuosity went to its making. It is, in a word, meet for its 
place and atmosphere, an example of the lovely marriage of 
art and religion. Those who knew Wilson are in danger of 
not fully realizing his importance and dignity as a creator in 
music; it commonly liappens that personal familiarity blinds 
to the true significance of a man's work. It is, we repeat, 
in and through his cantatas, anthems, and hymns, and be- 
cause of his peerless " Book of Chants ", that his name and 
fame are a permanent possession to American music. Hart- 
ford must set him auiong her worthies who reflect upon the 
home city, the proud little Connecticut Capital, the luster of 
their deeds. 

When one comes to estimate the character, the private 
life and personal quality of Wilson, there is naught to ex- 
tenuate; all is open, fair, and praiseworthy. All who had his 
acquaintance have been quick to testify that he was a man 
most lovable in his walks and ways, endearing himself to his 
mates by a winsomcness that makes tenderness and admira- 
tion the natural words to convey the eflect of him alike upon 
casual acquaintances and "bosom cronies." His social attri- 
butes were many; wit was his, so that he was a delightful 
vacation companion; the warm heart plucked the sting from 
the satire, and impulsiveness of speech and act lent the 
charm of spontaneit}' to both. The Ariel-like quality of his 
fun made it fascinating and unforgetable. His literary gift 
was marked, as is evidenced in the breezy letters v/hich he 
wrote from abroad to the Springfield Republican, and by the 
improniptu rhymes and clever mots he threw ott by the score 






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Upon occasion. He was a clever amateur actor, and those 
who once saw him assume th^; role of an old German fiddler 
will never drop out of mind the exquisite pathos of t)ie im- 
personation. In trutli, his i^cnial, honest, loving;- nature 
blossomed forth in its favorable social environment by a 
hundred ways of innocent pleasantness; so that those closest 
to the man think of him first of all as the ^ood fellow and 
dear friend; and, be it added. Earth can offer no epitaph so 
g"enuine and so much to be cox'eted. Yet under the exterior 
of quip and smile and social scintillation was the deep, sweet 
soul, th.e yearning- desire of a God-called maker of the 
beautiful. 

In ending- this brief sketch, our first thought comes back 
again — how it is one of the sad things incident to the com- 
mon abuse of eulogy that words such as these here written 
may sound conventional to those who knew not Henry Wil- 
son; but this is a friend's tribute for friends, and they know- 
there is nothing of exaggeration in what is herein recorded; 
that rather the testimony is lame and inadequate to express 
what Wilson was — nay, is to them, as they recall him 
through the mists of memory and draw him closer in all 
fond affection to their heart of hearts. And to many of 
them, as they muse upon his noble life and life-work, comes 
the felicity and the hope voiced in the lines of Shelley: 

" Meanwhile, thy spirit Ufts its pinions 
In music's most serene dominions." J 

Resolved, That the thanks of this Parish are hereby 
tendered to the Rev. John T. Huntington, for the satisfactory 
manner in which he has filled the pulpit, and performed the 
duties of the Parish. 

While the otrice has been an onerous and difficult one, we 
cannot forbear our thanks for the time and attention he has 
devoted to it, to the great interference with his other duties ; 
and we recognize the great aid and assistance he has rendered 
this Parish while without a Rector, and desire to place our 
appreciation of the same on record. 

Voted, That a sum not exceeding'- four hundred dollars, be 
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444 CHRIST CHURCH, HARTIORI). [. 

Mr. Nichols Aci,:pls. \ 

May j^ /'. The following- letter from the Rev. William | 

F. Nichols, wherein he accepts the Rectorship of the Parish, > 

was read. It had been read to the cong-reg-ation on Simdav, ; 

April 15th. i 

Wkst Uartkord, April 10, 1S77. ; 

^lessrs. Lanmax, Russkll, and Ma rsu.\, Committee, etc. : '■' 

GaiiUincn^ ]My personal acknowledgments are due you, • 

and Christ Church Parish for its action at. the Special Meet- ; 

ing- held Monday evening, ^March 26th, and further for the ; 

kindliness with which the notice of my election as Rector has \ 

been accompanied. It is fitting that I should now formally j 

confirm that expression of my sense of all this, which I made • 

at my interview the 27th ult. • 

As agreed when we met at that time, I have had oppor- ! 

tunity to weigh the matter you brought me to decide, and ; 

have consulted with the Bishop of the Diocese, and others, \ 

within as well as v.-ithout the Parish itself ; and I now feel 1 

prepared to say that I will accept the Rectorship, my [ 

acceptance, if there be no objection, to date from vSunday, 1 

May 6th (V Sunday after Easter). | 

I might add much as to the estimate of the responsibility ; 

of the position, and much, too, as to what that estimate 1 

honestly involves touching myself, but you will understand ! 

these things as none the less real because I do not enlarge { 

upon them. Sutnce it to say that I shall, God helping- me, \ 

bring to the work the fulness of a belief that the Holy Spirit j 

blesses an honest purpose to be faithful, and that if people ■ 
and pastor cling to such a purpose, and patiently abide the 
Lord's good time, looking for no g-ourd-like growths, but 
for the sureness and the slowness of the ''blade, the ear, the 
full corn in the ear," God will surely give the increase. 

Hoping: to begin in the Parish the Sunday I have named, 
and again thanking you, I am, Gentlemen, 

Very truly yours, 

"William F. Nichols. 



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The f<>!Io\ving from Professor TIunLin^ton was read. 

HartfokL), A]M'il 9, 1S77. 
Mr. Ch.vrlks J. Ho.vdlv, Clerk of the Parish of Chrisl Church. 

D"" Sir, Alhjw me to acknowledg-e the receipt of your kind 
note, with tlie accompanying resolution, passed at the Parish 
meeting. 

Constantly called otT by the College bell, I am not con- 
scious of having done anything to deserve your recognition. 

1 onl}- wish I could have accomplished some thing worthy 
of the dear t>ld Church which we all love. 

Sincerely, 

* JOHX T. IIl-.N'I IXGTON. 

The following from Mr. "Wilson was also read : 

IIarti OKI), April 4. 
My Dear Mr. Hoaulv : 

T have received the copy of the resolutions of thanks, etc., 
tendered to myself, and to Messrs. Wander and Gundlach, etc., 
by the members of Christ Church Parish, at their late meet- 
ing, and in acknowledging the same, wish to add with how 
much pleasure it has been received by all, mingles with the 
sadness which is still in our hearts in breaking away from 
the "Mother Church " of Hartford, and all the pleasant and 
sad associations, after these long years in which we have 
been so closely connected with her and her people. 

We desire to thank the members of the Parish for the 
very kind and flattering testimonial. 

I am very sincerely yours, 

IlF.NkV W^ILSOX. 

After considerable discussion upon the subject of 
music, it was 

VcU'd, That the Wardens with Mr. Brown be authorized 
to make temporary arrangements with Mr. I. Emerson, to 
supply the place of Organist, at a compensation not exceed- 
ing the rate of $400 pr. an. 

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which he wished to introduce into the services, and then with- 
drew. 



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After :\ prolong'cd discussion upon the subject, it was 

['I'/fd, That Mr. Irvini^ Eiricrson be einphn-ed to ph^y the 
orj^'an and furnis]-« iho niusic of the church, and esijecially to 
instruct the childrL-n of the parish in mu.sic, at a compensa- 
tion not exceedinj^^ four hundred debars a year. 

ZephaiiiaJi rrcsto)i was born in the town of Ash ford, 
Eastford parish, February 14, 1795. He came to Hart- 
ford early in Hfe, and was clerk for N. and D. Morgan, 
from whom, probably, he received his knowledge of the 
Episcopal Church. He was a partner in business with 
William II. Imlay for a time, and afterwards with Horatio 
Alden. He married Ann Canfield January 3, 1821. She 
was born Xov. S, 1797, died Feb. 22, 1S73. He was a 
subscriber to the wSociet)' for Promoting Christian Knowl- 
edge, in 181 S. In 1826 he "was requested to take charge 
of tiic orchestra, to select proper tunes, and to lead the 
singers." In November of the same vear he was 
" thanked for his faithful care and superintendence of the 
wSunday-school." He was Vestryman in 1835, '36, '39, '40, 
'48, '49, 0i-"72 ; Senior Warden, 1859, '6o\ Junior Warden, 
1850-1859; Treasurer, 1S37, 'S*^- '57- '5^- 

lAx. Preston was much interested in Parish matters, 
especially in the vSunday-school and in singing. His dis- 
position was mild, his manners quiet, his temper gentle 
and sympathetic. He attended strictly to his business, 
and was not specially interested in public affairs. He was 
a decidedly religious man, and devoted to the Epi.scopal 
Church ; a thorough churchman, as he understood its 
character, pretty well fixed in his own beliefs, not approv- 
ing of flowers in the church, nor v.'ishing for changes in 
the Liturgy, or innovations in the services. He was 
probably better pleased with the phrase, '• administration 
of the holy com^nunion," than the "celebration" of the 
same. If he was an Evangelican, or Low Churchman, he 
was a man honest in his opinions, and not afraid or 
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towards Romish practices or beliefs, which cannot be said 
of some of his descendants. As the dilTcrences in some 
families are very marked between gTcat saints and great 
sinners, so there is often in the same families a marked 
difference among the saints themselves. In addition to 
other recognitions of his worth and esteem, it may be 
mentioned that he v.'as often a deleg-ate to the Diocesan 
Convention. He died May 19, 1S77. 

1878. 

Jan. 12, J'. Mr. Xichols having made some remarks in 
relation to the consohdation with this Parish of the Parish of 
St. Paul's, 

J'o/c-J, That the Rector be authorized to assign pews to 
members of the congregation of St. Paul's until Easter. 

/'t'/c\/, That the Sunday School of St. Paul's may be held 
in the south gallery of the Charch. The Rector was after- 
wards empowered to hold this Simclay School at St. Paul's. 

yan. /p, r. Mr. Emerson resigned as Organist, and 
thanks were voted him for his faithful service. 

March g, I'. A vote of St. Paul's Parish relative to the 
conveyance of their real and personal estate to this Parish, 
upon certain conditions, was read, and the matter was referred 
to a committee. 

Javies Goodzi'i)i was born in Hartford, ^larch 2, 1803, 
and died March 15, 1S78. He was married to Lucy 
^Morgan, Jtily 30, 1S32. For many years he was engaged 
in the management of lines of stages, which business he 
conducted with wonderful energy and success. After- 
wards he was connected with variotis corporations of the 
citv, all of which received the benefit of his wise counsel. 
He was courageous and self-reliant, and his judgment 
was seldom at fault. The first notice of his connection 
with the Parish is the vote of the Vestry. December 10, 
1825, appointing him, with others, "to dress the Church 
for the appnjaching Christmas." He was a A'cstryman 



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1S30-34; '-'^39-57: i<'^59. ''^'O, '63. '64. He ^vas often 
appointed upon committees, and brDUcjht to the affairs of 
the Parish that energy and prudenee whieh chararteri;:ed 
his own business. He was crenerous in his offerincrs, 
satisfied with the doctrines and usages of tlie Chureh, and 
by no means frienrllv to innovations. A certain style of 
music which prc\'riilc(J lor a short time was exceedingly 
disagreeable to him, and to others also, and led to a 
report wliich was especially pleasant to him and to 'Mr. 
George Beach. P.nt in all diversities of opinion ho stood 
by the Parish ; he did not desert it because he could not 
have his own way. He had very decided opinions about 
incurring an annual indebtedness beyond the abilitv or 
willingness of the Parish to pay at once, and thus set us 
an example for our serious consideration. 

A/>r// J2, P. Tlie comniiltee on the proposition from St. 
Paul's reported the following resolution, which was adopted. 

I^esoIvfJ, That it is not expedient for this Parish to accept 
the property of St. Paul's Parish, upon tlie conditions and 
reservations proposed to be inserted in the conveyance 
thereof, by tlie vote of St. Paul's Parish passed Feb. 4th, 1S7S. 

The Parish had just ideas of economy, and voted that 
a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars be appropriated 
for music for the coming year. 

It having been brought to the notice of the meeting 
that about three thousand dollars had been raised by 
the ladies of tlie Parish, organized as a Wheaton 
^Memorial Asst^ciation, for the purpose of placing a 
window in the chancel of the Church, as a memorial of 
Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, D.D., a former Rector of this 
Pari.sh, and that they had requested Mr. George Beach, 
Rev. Mr. Xichols, and Dr. Gurdon W. Russell to procure 
a design for said window, which design was shown to the 
meeting; after discu.ssion. it was — 

J\'fc\i, That Mr. George Pleach. Rev. Mr. Nichols, and Dr. 
Gurdon W. Russell, be a committee further to consider a 



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design for the window, and that the same be presented to the 
ladies, and the Vestry, and if the latter should consent to the 
same, that it be put in place. 

The Treasurer reported that the small balance of 
indebtedness mentioned in his report had been subscribed 
by several nentlemen. and that the Parish was now free 
from debt. 

An account cf the paintin.^^ orig-inally in the chancel 
window and the subsequent one of glass has been n-iven. 
A history of the present window is furnished by ]\Irs. 
Henry Wilson, the treasurer of the Wheaton Memorial 
Association. The movement was exceedingly creditable 
to those engaged in it, and the window adds much to 
the religions character of the Church building. The 
ground work of the glass does not sufficiently temper the 
light and is a trial to the eyes on a bright Sunday after- 
noon ; this has been remedied in part b}- a temporary 
shading on the outside. The makers of the window in 
London did not fully appreciate our bright and clear 
atmosphere ; no .such criticism, however, is to be made with 
the memorial windows afterwards constructed by them. 

[^'The ladies of Christ Church Parish held a Fair at 
Reilly's Hall, on December 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th, 1S72 ; and 
on the 9th of December, the Choir of the Church gave 
a Concert at the same place. The proceeds were to be used 
for starting a fund to place a ^Memorial Window in the 
chancel of the Church, to the memory of the late Rev. D^ 
Wheaton. 

"The net proceeds of the Fair and Concert amounted to 
two thousand two hundred and seventy-eight dollars ($2,278). 

" In Xovember, 1879, ^vhen the window was put in place 
this fund had increased to three thousand two hundred and 
sixty three dollars (§3,26.5)." 

''The subject chosen was the Transfiguration of our 

blessed Lord, and the stone work of the chancel window was 

accordingly designed with especial reference to it. It is a 

window of three lights, with perpendicular stone tracery in 

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the head, di\iclcd hy a tr:in?;oin. The execution of tliis glo.ss 
was entrusted to the well known artists, Messrs. Heaton, 
Butler, i^L" Ijavnc of London, and th.ey ha\e suceceded in 
making; a most i^doriuus and endurin<^ work of art, of winch 
the churcli may well be prcjud. In tlie center lig'ht above the 
transom is a figure of our blessed Lord with His hand up- 
lifted in the act of bler>sino-, on the rif;ht is Moses with the 
stone tablets, and on llie left I-'^lias holdini^- a book. The 
three disciples, Peter, James, and John, witli awe-struck 
faces, fill the lower lights. In the borders surrounding the 
figures are numberless angels. The color of the whole 
window is rich and harmonious, and will repay a careful 
study."] 

AltTiough it is anticipating somewhat the regular 
course of events, yet it is proper, as furnishing a history 
of this window, and of the additions and changes stib- 
seqtientlv made, that this statement by the Rev. Francis 
Goodwin .should bo recorded here. 

" At the time that Mrs. Goodwin and her daughter. Miss 
Mary Goodv/in, first proposed to build a Memorial Chapel 
and Parish building, in connection with Christ Church, no 
alteration of the Church itself was contemplated. The Rev. 
Mr. Nichols, the Rector of the Parish, however, urged that un- 
less some provision was made for the enlargement and im- 
provement of the Chancel, itc(mld never be made afterwards. 
He suggested that the Wheaton Memorial Fund vrould provide 
for the stonev/ork and glass of the window ; and that other 
memorials were contemplated, which would go far towards 
furnishing the necessary fittings. 

" Mr. and Miss Goodwin however, provided everything 
but the Window, the Reredos, the Chancel rail, and the 
Credence. The Pulpit, Prayer Desk, and Stalls, were 
designed by Mr. F. C. Withers, and executed by Ellin lV 
Kidston of New York. The brass Lectern was made by 
John Hardman & Co. of Birmingham, England. 

"The stones of the Chancel arch were set in rough block, 
and the moulding cut after they were in position. Much of 
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done at nic^ht, in order that everylhin^f miiiht be completed 
in time for the Semi-Centennial scrvicci-. The total cost was 
$30,106. 19 

" Tlie Rercdo> was oiven by lh\ Russell, the Chancel rail 
b_\' M'^s Briniey, and the Credence by the Misses Watrous, as 
a memorial of their father." 

jVc>:\ 2, r. Mr. Xichols intimated that a mem])er of the 
Parish had in contemplation the erection of a Parish build- 
ing-, to contain a Chapel and other accomodations ; and that 
ill order to properly connect it with the church, it was 
desirable to obtain complete control o\-cr the land between 
the church and the present chapel, and that the c;ang-way be 
removed fvirther west. 

The Wardens and Mr. Davis were appointed a com- 
mittee to confer with ^W. AV. Roberts, who owns part of 
the land, and has certain rights in the gangway. 

A'o:: iS. When Mr. Xichols, Xov. 2d, intimated that a 
member of the Parish had in contemplation the erection 
of a further building, in connection with the church, he 
had reference to the project which is stated in the follow- 
ing letter from the widow of the late ^vlajor James Good- 
win, which was read at a Parish meeting, X^ovembcr i8th. 

My dear ^^Ir. Xickols : 

It may be desirable for you to have a definite statement 
of what we wish to do, to lay before the parish meeting. I 
therefore send you the follo'.ving. 

Having long felt the need of better accommodations than 
the present Chapel affords for carrying out our parochial 
work, wc will, v,-ith the consent and approval of the parish, 
erect a suitable and convenient building for such purposes. 

The only conditions of the gift are, that such satisfactory 

provisions be made as will prevent its alienation, and that it 

sliall always be kept in good repair and properly insured, so 

that in case of its destruction by fire, there may be tlie 

means for rebuilding it. 

Yrs. very trul}', 

Lucv M. GooDwix. 
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Mr. Beach, in behalf of a committee appc)inted by the 
Vestry, Xovember second, to corifer with William W. 
Roberts as to the terms upon which the present gangway 
between the Church and Chapel could be closed, and a 
small piece of land at the south end of said gangway bo 
purchased, made a verbal report. 

Rescli't\f, That this Parish approves and accepts the propo- 
sition of Mrs. James Goodwin {embodied in her letter to the 
Rector of Xov. 14th, and the accompanying draft,) to erect 
a p.irish building and recess chancel for the Church, recog- 
nizing the great advantage that will in many ways accrue to 
the Church through the gift, and expressing the sense of the 
large generosity the proposition carries with it. 

Hesalvca, That Rev. \V. F. Nichols, George Beach, David 
T. Lanman, and Dr. G. W. Russell, be a committee, with 
power to take all steps necessary on the part of the parish, to 
carry out the above proposition ; to make all necessary 
arrangements with William W. Roberts, and William H. 
]\Iiller, as to right of way over the parish land, and that for 
all such steps said committee be and are hereby appointed 
the agents of this parish. 

Messrs. Beach, Lanman, and Russell were appointed a 
committee to raise the funds necessary for the piu'chase of 
the land. 

Dec. 14, l\ The Rector, upon his request, was authorized 
to employ Rev. Wm. M. Chapin to assist him from January 
first until Easter next ; Mr. Chapin to be compensated from 
a collection to be taken upon the first Sunday of each month. 

1879. 

Fed. S, P. Voted, That David T. Lanman and Gurdon W. 
Russell be and they are hereby authorized and empowered, 
for and on behalf of this Parish, to make, execute, and deliver 
to William W. Roberts and William ^l. Miller, good and 
sufficient deeds of the right of way from their respective 
buildings to Church Street, on the west end of the property 
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and dimeusions as may be a^c^rced upon between said David 
T. Lanman and Gurdon W". Russell, and the said Roberts and 
Miller. 

.4/?-i7 14, P. David T. Lanman reported on behalf of the 
committee \:\\o were appointed to purchase a strip of land, 
and procure Quit Claim Deeds to rig-ht of way in (kuv^way 
west of Church, that said committee had purchased the land 
of W. W. Roberts, with Quit Claim Deed of said Roberts, 
Wm. W. Miller, and all other parties interested in right of 
way in gangway between Church and Chapel, on conditions 
stated in said deed, and made such other preliminary arrange- 
ments i*s were requisite by the Parish before the construction 
of the proposed new Chapel coidd be commenced, which 
report was accepted. 

Dr. R-Lissell offered the following Preamble and Resoliition 
which were passed. 

Wherea;, The Semi-Centennial Anniversary of the conse- 
cration of this Church will occur on the twenty second day 
of December of this year, and as it is desirable that this 
should be noticed in a public and proper manner, therefore, 

Rt'soIveJ, That the Vestry be authorized and requested to 
make such appointments and arrangements as may be neces- 
sary, for tlie celebration of this Anniversary in December 
next. 

The follov.-ing resolutions were offered, and after som^e 
discussion were laid upon the table for future consideration. 

Whereas, Certain parishioners propose to erect upon land 
belonging to this Parish, a Parish building and other addi- 
tions to this Church, and Whereas ixv accepting this proposi- 
tion the Parish agreed to protect such building from all 
danger of alienation, and Whereas, such generous gift, and 
other gifts that may be made to the Parish should be so pro- 
tected, therefore — 

Resoked, That and ■ be, and 

hereby are appointed a committee for and in behalf of this 
Parish to transfer to the Trustees of Donations and Bequests 
for Church Purposes, the following property described as 
follows : beginning at a point tv.-elvc feet from the north- 



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wcbt cunicr oi land owned by Christ Church Parish in the 
rear of Ciirist Church, thence runniui^- along- the Church 
street Hue ea-;lerly to a line prolong-ing' the western surface 
line of t!ic Church to southwestern corner of Churcli, thence 
westerly on a line prolonging the southern surface line of the 
Church Lo a point of intersection with line drawn from origi- 
nal starting point parallel with western surface line of Church, 
thence northerly on said parallel line to starting point, being 
the property on which the proposed new Parish building and 
Chancel are to be built, said transfer to be in trust upon con- 
dition that the said property, and the proceeds thereof, if 
sold, sliall be for the exclusive use of the Parish, and said 
committee arc hereby authorized to make, execute, and 
deliver the necessary deeds to accomplish said purpose, the 
following specific limitations to be inserted in said deed ; to 
wit : said Trustees shall not sell, encumber, transfer, or 
otherv^-ise dispose of such estate, unless upon the request 
made by two thirds of those present at any parish meeting 
duly warned for that purpose, and with the consent of the 
Bishop of the Diocese and the Convention of the Diocese. 

2d. Said Trustees upon the request of three fourths of 
those present at any parish meeting duly warned for this 
purpose, and with the consent of the Bishop of the Diocese 
and of the Convention of the Diocese, shall reconvey said 
property to the Parish. 

J/(7v J, r. The resolutions which had been introduced at 
the annual meeting", and which were laid upon the table, 
were taken up and amended as follows, " Said Trustees shall 
have no power of direction or interference in the use of said 
Property by said Parish," and as amended were passed, and 
the blanks were filled with the names of G. W. Russell and 
D. T. Lanman. 

Gurdon W. Russell was chosen as Senior Warden in place 
of William P. Tuttle resigned. 

Mav lo, r. I'otc'J, That Dr. Russell be permitted to place 
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//.'/)• /y, /'. Hakiiokd, July 17, i''^79- 

To the Reclor, Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, Hart- 
ford. 
At a meetin- of tlic Vestry of St. John's Parish, held on 

the evening of July 16. 1S79, it ^vas unanimously 

Voted, To extend a cordicd invitation to the Parish of 

Christ Church to unite witli us untU the improvements on 

their Church i-hall be completed. 

Attest, Cms. E. Wilson, Clrrk. 

Voted, Tiiat we accept v/ith thanks, the invitation so 
kindlv Extended to us by St. John'.s Parish, to unite with 
them' i?i worship during the time our Church is closed for 
improvements, and that all such arrangements as may be 
required be left with the Rector. 

The contractors so arranged a partition that it v/as not 
necessary to leave the chnrcn, and so there was no inter- 
rnption in the services. 

Sej^t. IS, J '. Voted, That :Mrs. Wilmerding, and Mrs. Daniel 
Goodwin^ be permitted to place Memorial windows in the 

Church. 

The Rector was requested to examine, and report at some 
future meeting a plan for adoption, if practicable, to govern 
persons who may wish to occupy for Memorial windows those 
not already taken. 

Dec. 27. The celebration of the vSemi-Centennial An- 
niversary of the Consecration of the present Church 
building on the 25d inst. ^vas a solemn but joyful occasion ; 
the details are fully given in a pamphlet published soon 
afterwards. 

/: Voted. That the thanks of the Vestry be tendered to 
Bishop Clark of Rhode Island, for the very able and interest- 
ing sermon delivered in Christ Church, on the 23d of 
December, being the occasion of the celebration of the Semi- 
centennial Anniversary of the consecration of the Church, and 
that a copy of this vote be forwarded to him, with a request 
of a copy of his sermon for publication. 



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Voted, That the thanks of the Vestry be tendered to the 
Rev. George H. Clark, for the sermon delivered in Christ 
Church, on Sunday morning, Dee. 21st, being the Sunday pre- 
ceding the celebration of the Semi-Centennial Anniversary 
of the consecration of the Churcli, and a copy of this vote be 
forwarded to him, with a request of a copy of his sermon for 
pnblicaiion. 

Voted, That the thanks of this Vestry be tendered to Mr. 
Charles J. Hoadly for the Historical Address delivered in the 
Church, at the Semi-Centennial celebration of its consecration, 
and a cop\- of tliis vote be forv.-arded to him, with a request 
of a copy of his address for publication. 

Voted, That the thanks of the Vestry are due, and are 
hereby tendered to the Rector of this Parish for the success- 
ful manner in which the programme, and all the exercises 
pertaining to the Celebration were carried out, being in great 
measure due to his personal care, and supervision of all 
details. 

Voted, That the thanks of the Vestry are tendered to the 
ladies of the Parish for their active supervision and personal 
labor, in arranging and carrying out the details of the work 
required for the reception given at Allyn Hall, on the evening 
of Dec. 2Ty, 1S79. 

The Rector informed the Vestry, that the keys of the new 
Chapel buildings were formally delivered to the Parish, being 
placed in his hands on Tuesday, Dec. 23d, in the presence of 
one of the Wardens of the Church. 

1880. 

Feb. 7, V. Whereas, no appropriation having been made 
by this Parish for the music, during the past three years, ex- 
cept for the salary of the Organist, and as in the opinion of 
the Vestry a moderate appropriation for the Choir seems now 
desirable, therefore, 

Resolved, That the Vestry recomn^end that at the next 
annual meeting of the Parish, the sum of tu'o hundred and 
fifty dollars be appropriated for the music for the ensuing 
year, in addition to the sum of five hundred dollars for the 
salary of the Organist. 



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ScJDi'jtl 11. lIiDiliii-^toii is first recorded as l^eing- one of 
a conunittcc for dressiii_L( the Chiuvli in 182 i. He came 
from vSiiOleld with his father, I su})pose, and his brothers 
Hezckiah, Jr., and Francis J. They were classed among 
the l^aptists, and attended at their meetini,^s. Occasionally 
our subject strayed in the evening- into Christ Church, 
where he was noticed by the observant eye of Mr. Cha.se. 
Meeting- him on the street one day, he tool: him by the 
hand and said, " I saw you at my Church last vSunday 
evening. 1 shall be glad to see you at my house next 
Monday evening, where you will find a number of young 
men who are receiving Bible in.structions ; come and see 
us." He went, and was so much pleased that he became 
a regular attendant at the Church. He was one of a 
number who were brought into the fold by the gracious 
wavs of the Rector. He was made a Vestryman in 1823, 
and was chosen on many occasions afterwards; in 1832 he 
was Junior Warden, lie was on many and important 
committees, was often a delegate to the Dioce.san Conven- 
tion, and to the General Convertion. He was quite 
active in the Parish, and in Church affairs generally. 
For some years he was Superintendent of the Sunday- 
school, and ever showed great interest in it. Perhaps he 
was as well informed about the Episcopal Church as any 
layman in the Parish, and was pleased to represent it in 
its different organizations. He was a ready speaker, fond 
of debate, and very useful ; for he had a large fund of 
information, and an extensive acquaintance with men. 
He was a lawyer by profession, like his father, and 
politically was classed with the democrats ; at one time he 
was Judge of the County Court. In later life he devel- 
oped a taste for agriculture, residing on an extensive 
farm a fev.- miles from the city, on the Albany road. 
Notwithstanding the distance from the city he was prompt 
and regular in attendance at Church, nor did he fail in 
cold or heat, or storms. His family filled a large wagon. 



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and ill the short days of wiTiter it must have rec|iiii"C(l both 
resolution and executive aoility to see that all v/ere pre- 
pared for an early start. When we remember that the 
Sunday-school ojiened at nine o'clock in the morning', and 
that frequently he v.-as first amoni^ the teachers to appear, 
we can realize some of the dilTiculties lie must have 
encountered. Occasionally he took opportunity to gently 
admonish some of the lagg'ards among- tliose who lived 
nearby, ruid very naturally illustrated wliat could be done, 
and ouglit to have been done, by not unpleasant!}' 
referring' to his own case. But unfortunately there arc 
some who can never be brought into habits of punctuality, 
but continue to be a hindrance to business or pleasure, 
and an annoyance to all with vrhom they are engaged. 
After some years he returned to the city, residing- on 
Sumner street, spending a part of his time in Washington 
as Clerk of the Court of Claims. He became one of the 
founders of ^h'inity Parish, and lived a devout and 
honorable life. He was borii Dee. i.]. 17^(3, and died 
Feb. 4, iSSo. 

His brother, tlcz-ckiaJt Hu)iiii>gton, was made Clerk of 
the Parish in 1826. He was a member of the Vestry in 
1S30, and repeatedly for many times afterwards. In 1S31 
and '3:'. he was also Treasurer. He was active, generous 
in his nature, and strong-lv attached to the Church. He 
was extensively engaged in the book-selling and pul)lish- 
ing- business, with his brother Francis, under the firm 
name of H. & F. J. Huntington. Their store was near 
the present Phoenix Bank, where they remained for many 
years. Afterwards he was President of the Hartford Fire 
Insurance Company, which rapidly developed into a very 
successful institution. He was born Oct. 28, 1795, and 
married (i) June 12, 1826, Sarah, daughter of William 
Morgan. She died April 16, 1847. He married (2) 
Sept. 25, 1856, Catharine B., daughter of George Sumner, 
M.D. He died February 20, 1865, and was one of the 
oriorinal members of Trinitv ParLsh. 



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/'"m/ui's J. IIuKliii^to}! \vas a yuiiiv^rcr brotlicT, wli'jse 
name first appears in a subsoripticjii in 1829, for building' 
the Church. T]ioiii;"li not so personally cng'ai^-ed in its 
affairs as his seniors, lie was not less devoted to its 
interests, or attachment to it : he was a j)ronounced 
Churchman. .\.ll three of them were devout Ivpiseo- 
palians, hi^norable and just, perfectly .satisfied with their 
own views, and content to live in peace and charity with 
those who differed from them in opinion, h^rank was 
fond of rural life, and developed his inclinations in the 
fine farm and building-s on Prospect ITill, or Scarborough 
Hill, as he insisted on calling it. Here he resided for 
many years, though for a part of the time he was engaged 
in the book publishing business in New York. He 
was born December 3, 1S02, and was married to Stella 
B. Bull of Hartford. 

He died February 5, 1S76 ; was one of the original mem- 
bers of St. John's Parish, and also one of the original 
members of Trinity Parish, in 1S59. ^"^ three of these 
brothers left children, who are consistent and devoted in 
their attachment to the Protestant Episci-)pal Church. 
Trulv, Mr. Chase did a good work here in Hartford, as 
well as elsewhere. 

There are a fev.- other families, descendants of ancient 
Churchmen, even to the third or fourth generation, who 
still remain as representatives in our Parish ; but not 
many. I)eath and removals have taken them away, and 
no one is left, even in the female line. Most of the old 
families in Hartford have entirely disappeared, and to 
many of them hardly a memory remains. But the new- 
comers have brought with them from the country towns 
the godly faith of their forefathers, their New England 
integrity, and their indomitable New England persever- 
ance ; their thrift and energy, love and respect for labor, 
and for whatever is of good report. Their sturdy virtues 
still exist in their sons and daughters, and no Xew 



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Englandcr need feel ashamed to elaim that he is a 
descendant of those -Nvho were loyal to God and the State. 

1S81. 

Jan. 22, ]'. The Rector was invited to g:ive notice, that 
at the pre.posed Sunday evening services, the sittings in the 
Church be considered fi'ec to all persons. 

Manh 2^, r. Voted, That learning with regret that our 
Junior Warden, Mr. Lanman, is about to remove fr.)m the 
city, and that we must therefore be deprived of his judicious 
counsels and efiieient services ; we therefore desire to express 
our appreciation of all that he has done since Ids connection 
with this Parish, and trust that his residence elsewhere may 
be as pleasant and profitable to others as it has been to us. 

Messrs. Chas. J. Hoadly and Wm. L. :^[atson, were ap- 
pointed a committee to draft suitable resolutions with refer- 
ence to the late improvements in the Church by the addition 
of the new Chapel, Chancel, and Furniture of same. 

Resolved, That, provided it be without cost to the Parish, 
:Messrs. Hearr.n, Butler, & Bayne of London, be requested 
to suggest a treatment in stained glass, for the windows of 
the Church not yet assigned, the subjects to be scenes in the 
life of Christ; and that future assignment of window spaces 
be accompanied with the recommendation of the treatment 
so submitted. 

April S, F. A letter from Mrs. Lucy :^I., J. J., and Francis 
Goodwin, addressed to the Rector, Wardens, and A'estry of 
Christ Church Parish, with accompanying documents, giving 
$5,000, in trust to this Parish, as a Fund, the interest of which 
might be applied towards the expense of heating and clean- 
ing the Parish rooms, and keeping them at all times in 
proper order for occupancy and use, was presented to the 
meeting, the subject having been referred to the annual 
meeting of the Parish, by a vote of the Vestry, April rd, 

iSSi. 

Voted, That this Parish accept the generous gift, and that 
the Rector and Wardens be appointed a committee to pre- 
pare a suitable letter of acknowledgment. 



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For an account of this Fund see p. 136 of /u/o?/ 01 the 
Funds of tilt Join's':. 

Aiii^tiit 4, J\ Voted, That the Wardens are authorized to 
procure the pointinq- of the [stonework] of tlie Church, and 
the painting- of the [ontside] woodwork, provided the funds 
nccessarx' for the same are ])ledged beforehand. 

Cliarlcs H. XvrtJui))i commences his " l\.ecolIcctions of 
business men in Flartford, and their locations." by sav- 
ing, ''I came to reside in Hartford on 22nd of October, 
18 1 2, as a Clerk in the grocery store of Mr. Xathan Mor- 
gan, \\\ Ferry street, two months less than 15 years old; 
salary for the first year $20, with board and washing." 
Fie was. at different times, in the \vholesale grocerv busi- 
ness M'itli Xatlian 3.Iorgan, M. AV. Chapin, G.eorge 
Roberts, and then \vas alone for a few years. In 1844 he 
was in partnership with James Bolter, which was con- 
tinued for seventeen years. In retiring from mercantile 
pursuits he v;as chosen as president of the ^iercantile 
Bank, ^^'hich position he occupied till the time of his 
death, November 21, iSSr. 

His name first appears in the Parish records among 
the young men, who. in 1S22, subscribed one hundred 
dollars for the purchase of new lamps for the Church. 
He was a vestryman 1830, '31, '38, '39, '40, '47-'59, and 
senior warden 1S65-1S6S. At all times he was much in- 
terested in everything which concerned the Parish, and 
was a frequent and generous contributor, remembering it 
especially in his last will, as will be seen by reference to 
the " Report." But he was not unmindful of his obliga- 
tions elsewhere ; for as God had blessed him, he was 
always generous and charitably disposed. His donations 
to Trinity College were large, as were tho.se to the Hart- 
ford Hospital, in which enterprise he was an earnest sup- 
porter from the beginning, and a willing contributor 
until his death. He was a nian whose natural inipulses 



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Avcre g'ood. and when lo these were added g;oc>(l common 
sense, an eqi;abk> temper, a g-enerous and charitable dis- 
position, a thoroug-h knowledge of business, a desire to 
conduet it honorably, and to live in love and peace with 
his fellows, we have a picture of a citizen who becomes 
valuable in anv community, and who is a gain to any in- 
terest in-^.viiich he may be engaged. A friend who knew 
him well said to me that "he was eminently practical, 
malheriiaticaliy honest, systematic, and very liberal." 
That phrase, •'mathematically honest." is about as high 
praise as can be given to anyone. The boy who came to 
Hartford from Colchester at fifteen years of age, and was 
content to serve at first " fur twenty dollars a year and his 
board and washing," was honest, prudent, diligent in 
business, kind and charitable, accumulated a large for- 
tune, which he shared liberally with otliers during his 
life, and was nor forgetful of the precepts of his ]\Iaster 
at last. 

1882. 
Fc/'. 6. The Rector presented a request from Mrs. Xor- 
thani for perniission to occupy one of the windows on the 
south side of the Church, as a Memorial window, whieh re- 
quest was granted by the Vestry, with the proviso that in its 
construction a ventilator should be placed in it. 

March II, I'. The Rt-ctor presented a request by letter 
from ^Sliss Taintor, for permission to occup}' the window 
next south of the Chancel, as a Memorial window, which 
was granted, with the usual conditions. 

A desire having been expressed for a continuance of 
the history of the Parish from the year 1829. where it 
was left by ^Iv. Hoadly, and Mr. James J. Goodwin hav- 
ing promised to pay any necessary expense in procuring 
it, it was Voted, that Mr. Charles J. Hoadly be requested 
to complete the history of the Parish to the present time, 
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Hoadly and make the necessary arrano-emenls to complete 

tlic ^vork. 

It is to be reg-rettecl thai Mr. lloaclly did nut undciLake 
the completion of his history, in consequence of his 
numerous other engagements, for it may sak-ly be said 
that no other person in the Parish was as well qualilied as 
himself, both on account of his learning- and natural 
talents for research, and his extensive and minute knowl- 
edge of the affairs of the I'arish. The writer is fully 
sensible how feeble his own efforts have been in compari- 
son with those of Mr. IToadly, and heartily wi.shes that he 
had undertaken the work himself. 

'Jlie Parish was now in a prosperous condition. Its 
indebtedness was all paid, the attendance upon the ser- 
vices was increasing, and all felt a confidence and satis- 
faction in the ambitious and industrious young rector. 
Cordial support was given to all his suggestions. Though 
a large number of the old and influential members had 
been lost, it was believed that the Parish might regain 
some of its former standing and inlluence. The income 
was now suflicient for its reasonable expenses, and it was 
Voted, that the rector's salary be increased five hundred 
dollars for the en.'^uing year. 

Proper recognition was made of the death of Col. 
Xortham, which occurred on March 26th, for the valuable 
and long-continued services in the Parish, and for the 
great generosity which had always been bestowed upon 
it ; and especially for the kind remembrance of it in his 
will. Reference is further made to him and to this his 
last bequest, in the Report on the Funds of the Parish, 
p. 132. 

Dec^ 2j, V. Voted, That the generous offer from a Parish- 
ioner to provide the funds for an Assistant Minister until 
Easter be accepted with tlianks, and that the Rector be re- 
quested to correspond with Rev. Robert Hudson, to fill the 
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1883. 

M'arr/i JO, ]". Vott'd, That tlic Senior Wardeti be requested 
to prepare the usual Parish Circular relative to the continu- 
ance of the present system of raising- the revenue of the 
Parish, by tl^e weekly oiTerings, and envelopes. 

The Rector presented the request of Mr. M. B. Copeland, 
for permission to occupy one of the window spaces on the 
north side of the Church, as a ]\remorial window of the late 
Henry "Wilson, which was g-ranted, provided the usual regula- 
tion was complied with. 

1884. 

/(/;.'. 14, P. Dr. Russell presented the following resolu- 
tions which were passed. 

Rtsolvcu', Tliat this Parish accepts with gratitude the gen- 
erous gift of tlie house and land, Xo. 6 Winthrop street, as a 
Rectory, thanhing the donors for their generosity and ex- 
presses the confident belief that this and other sums which it 
has of late years received, will redound to its temporal and 
spiritual prosperity. 

Fi-sclveJ, That tlic names of the subscribers to the fund 
for the purchase of the Rectory, amounting to the sum of 
$11,158.12. be entered upon the records of the Parish. 

The chair was then taken by Dr. Russell at the request 
of the Rector, who pre.sented the subject of the Chtirch 
music to the Parish in a series of resolutions, and after a 
free and harmonious discussion, the fi')llowin^ was — 

I'otfJ, That the Rector be permitted to arrange for a Choir 
of men and boy's voices, for afternoon and evening services, 
as he may deem proper, provided no extra expense is made 
to the Parish. 

While there was some opposition to a vested choir, yet 
the g-eneral opinion was favorable to it. and after a short 
period the choir sang at the morning service also. Eleven 
hundred dollars had been appropriated for the music, at 
the annual meeting' in March. 






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lur/orv. 



George Hoach 
Lucy M. Goodwill 
Susan R. NorLliaui 
Waller Ker.cy 
James J- Goodwin 
GurdoTi W. Russell 
Win. F. Tuttle 
Stej)hen Terry 
Alice Taintor 
Mrs. Georp:e H. Ciark 
P. F. Robbins 
W. L. Matson 
Elizabeth S. Stedinaii 
Edward A. Stedman 



Henry C. Heckwilh Uauiel S. Dewey 

P. Smith, \vL and sister Mrs. F. A. P.rown 

Mrs. J. N. Goodwin Mrs. C. J. Russ 

Mrs. Har'it H. Wliitn^ore Go. W. Ellis 

Mr. ."c Mrs. E. S. l.arllett L. \V. Clark 



John F. Tracy 
Charles Green 
Geo. M. Bond 
Mary Killani 
Ellen Brinley 
Thos. Skinner 
J'.hn M. Taylor 
W. F. Whittlesey 
Geo. W. Tlubbard 



George C. Jarvis 
^[ary I. Keresford 
Charles J. Huadly 
Charles R. Hart 
Mrs. Chester Adams 
Augustus H. Willia.m; 
Henry Corning 
Georire Keller. 



Marcli /, r". \'oftd, Tliat the Rector have leave of absence, 
during- thic coming' summer, for three months, dating from 
about Aug^ust ist, his purpose being to accompany tlie Bishop 
of the Diocese to Europe as his Chaph-iin, the purpose of the 
visit being to attend the celebration of the Consecration of 
Bishop Seabury, at Aberdeen. 

Ait^^itst /p, V. J'ofcJ, That the Wardens be empowered to 
sign an agreement, permitting X. G. Hinckley to erect a fire 
escape on the north \v:dl of his building, and iirojecting over 
the land of Christ Church T'arish ; /rov/ufi/ that said Hinckley 
and his heirs and assigns shall not claim any right to or in 
the premises, or to maintain said tire escape so projecting 
over tlic land of Christ Church Parish, but shall rcmo\'e the 
same whenever called upon to do so by the legal representa- 
tives of the Parish. 

1885. 

/>/-. -, /'. Fo/t-J, That the music committee be authorized 
to notify the Org-anist. and members of the Choir, that their 
services v.-ill be dispensed with at the close of the Parish year; 
and that the committee be empowered to make an engage- 
ment with an Organist for the coming year who will carry 
out the plan of the Choral Choir, proposed hy Mr. Clarke, and 
co-operate with the music committee in the selection of such 

a Choir. 

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/'o'v //, /'. The liishop of tile Diocese liavinj:^ requested 
the Rector to assist him in the class of Churcli History in the 
Berkley Divinity Scliool, it was, 

I'ofi-J, That the Vestry do hereby consent that th.e Rector 
have permission, provided that it does not serious!}- interfere 
with his rcL^mlar parish duties. 

A'or. JO, /'. 'J'he Rector i-ead a ])aper to the \'estr\'. stat- 
ini;- the general condition of the Parish ; its finances, i^rowth. 
and prospects, oivingf his \ie\vs :in.d sug-gestions as to its 
present and future wants. After a ver\' general discussion 
of the subject, the meeting adjourned. 
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1886. 

y^?;/. J-,". J'. -The Rector and Wardens were appointed 
to prepare some plan for a better arrangement at com- 
munion services. 

The object of this was to prevent a gathering on the 
platform at the administration of the Holy Communion. 
Instead of a simultaneous leaving of the pews by the 
communicants, it was recomniended (as the accommoda- 
tions were sufficient for twelve only at one time; that four 
only from each aisle should leave their seats, and should 
return from the north and south sides. The plan was 
thoroughly explained by Mr. Xichols, and worked well 
for a short time: but soon the platform was as badly 
crowded as ever. A second explanation after a few 
months, v;as f(jlU)wed bv an improvement, but soon the 
communicants had their own way, and the dignity and 
solemnity of the sacrament remains much itupaired to 
this day. 

The introduction of a \'ested Chi')ir was not effected 
without considerable discussion of a friendly character, 
but all objections were qtiieted, if not removed, and soon 
a very general consent was given to the new arrangement. 

jFcd. 6. r. I'o/tJ, unaniniousl}- by the X'estr}', that tlie 
music for the ensuing year, For morning and evening services, 
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to exceed one thousand dollai's ; and the music conimittec 
are ordered to make neccssar}' arran;^enicnts to carry the 
same into effect. 

April 26^ P. Mr. L. IJ. f'joodman stated that lie h.ad in- 
sured tlie Memorial Paintin^^^-s. or Decorations, whicli he liad 
presented to the Church, in the name of the ]\arish, and 
delivered the policy into the Treasurer's hands. He trusted 
that in case of destruction by fire, the I'arish would feel 
oblig^ated t<> repL'ice tl'iem. 

These tv.'o niemorird paintings on canvas, b}- .Mes.sr.s. 
Heaton, I'utler, & Ba3'nc, London, are memorials of the 
Avife and children of ^Ir. L. B. Goodman, long- a valuable 
member and officer of tlie }\arisli. 'j'hc subject of the 
painting on the .south side of the chancel arch is '■ Christ 
healing the Blind." and is peculiarly fitting to the case of 
}drs. Goodman. The subject for the north side is " Christ 
blessing little children." There are five sho\vn in the 
group. 

1887. 
J^t'sr^fiafion of Mr. ^^ic/iois. 

April II. The following communication ^vas received 
from the Rector : 

To tlie Pari ill of Chrisf C/iurc/i in Annual Aft-eting Assfi/:blcd : 

GENiiEMrN, — It becomes my duty to make the formal 
announcement to you of my acceptance of a call which has 
come to nu- from ancyther Parish, tf> take efl'ect Trinity Sun- 
day, th<;- fifth day of the C(jming month of Jime. 

This announcement is the result of an anxious and pro- 
longed consideration of the many questions involved in the 
important matter upon which it bears, in all the perplexities 
of which it has been my constant aim and prayer to have it 
shown me, from a high and far-reaching outlook, how I could 
best serve God in my office, to the glory of Ilis name, and the 
edification of His Church. 

I know no words which could convey to you tlie ache of 
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had wiili Christ Church as its Reelor. Tlie most impres- 
sionable decade of my life has been spent in this Rectorship, 
and its work and its wann attachments have moulded and 
shaped my ministry f-.r all future years. The work has been 
blessed in a way which has abundantly justified th<e reliance 
upon the suthciency of (lod's j.;-race. which I expressed to you 
in my letter accepting- the Rectorship ten years ago, and this 
in spite of infirmity, and imperfection in my ministry, for 
which, as I realize them, 1 earnestly pra_\- fiod mav not call 
me to account. 

The warm attachment to this House of (iod, which )-ou 
have "beautified and enlarged, and helped me use for the daily 
worship and weekly communion of God's Church, to these 
rooms, and the devoted workers who have made them a busy 
workshop for 'j;ood ; to your homes into the joys and sorrows 
of which, as well as into the welcome of which my Pastorate 
has carried me ; to the Rectory which you have provided, and 
around v.-hich you have built up so many associations of un- 
ceasing kindness and thoughtfulne.ss ; to your Wardens and 
Vestry who have done so mucli for the trust you have com- 
mitted to tr.em, and have been so helpful and considerate to 
mc all these years, my attachment to all these has given me 
a happiness v.iiich has become a part of my being. It re- 
mains for me to add to tlie above annor.ncement, that I 
hereby resign n-iy Rectorship of Christ Church Parish, to 
take effect the tlrst day of June next. 

The Bishop of the Diocese, at my request, has authorized 
for use at the services, a prayer for right guidance in the 
selection of a fit person to take np this weighty charge. 
Praying that God will send such an one, and carry to still 
greater realization in the length and breadth of the Parish 
that resurrection life of our Lord which Eastertide teaches, 

I am, ver}' sincerely yours, 

■\Vii.i.iA.\r F. XiCHOLS. 
Christ Church Rector}', Hartford. 

MoJiday /n Easic-r-iceek, Apr. rr, li'Sj. 

Voted, That the resignation of the Rector be accepted, 
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G. \V. Russell, r.. B. (-oochnan, and Charles J. lloadly be ap- 
pointed to draft suitable re^;olutions to be presented to the 
Rector. 

JLfj ro, r. I'ouJ, That thr Wardens and Vestry be 
requested to select a person to be reci'mi mended as Rector, 
to the Parish, and ixport. 

The committee appointed to draft resolutions, and 
present the same to the Rector, reported, and the resolu- 
tions \vere accepted and were ordered on record. 

It havin.ij been stated that there were possible encroach- 
ments on the Parish property in the rear of the Chapel, 
and disturbances by various persons beins^' often noticed, 
it was — 

VoUJ, That the matter be referred to the Wardens and 
Vestry, and that they be requested to take such action as 
they may deem necessary to protect the property of the 
Parish, and preserve order and Cjuiet about the Church. 

Hartford, April 20th, 1SS7. 
To the Rkv. William F. Xicuols, Recfor of Christ Church. 

The Parish at its annual meeting- on the evening of Easter 
Monday voted to receive your resignation, but with regret. 
This simple resolve but feebly expresses the true sentiment 
of its members. It was left, however, to its committee 
to state more formally the universal feeling of regret 
that yoit felt compelled to leave us when yotir services 
here fc^r a period of ten years have been so very a.c?eptable 
and have been prodtictive of so much gijod. The energy 
with which you have prosecuted ycnir work, and especially 
the vor\- evident conscientiousness with wliiclt it has been 
entered upun, has not only endeared you to the people of our 
Parish, and the Chtirch in our city, but to the community in 
general. That the work is not completed full}', is a source of 
regret to tis ; that it has been a great labor to you is apparent 
enough. 

We most heartily wish you a complete success in another 
field, in which every parishioner will join us, and trust that 



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470 rifKrsT riiri;cii, HAK'noRD. 

God's ooodncss and mercy will L,''ivL- \-ou many rears of 
happiness, in sfrivinj^- for Lhc j^ood of your fellow men. 

We can only hope that your personal relations will be as 
pleasant and ijrofitablc for them as they have 'been with all 
of us. 

It is a cause of congratulation to us, and of sfreat com- 
mcndation to you and your family, that the ten years which 
you have spent in Hartf(jrd ;is our Rector have been years 
of mutual happiness and interest in Church work. 

The harmony and good feeling existing- in the Parish is 
mostl\- due t<j your own untiring and unselfish devotions. 
WJth much esteem, we are for the Parish, 

Respectfully, 

GUKDOX \V. RlSSl-.LI, 

Lorenzo B. Goodman, 
Charles J. TbjADLv, 

Co)n)iiittee. 

May II, r. A committee of three, consisting of Dr. G. W. 
Russell, George Beach, and Charles J. Hoadly were 
appointed by ballot to select a candidate for Rector, and 
recommend to the Vestry. 

Voted, That the Rev. r\Ir. Bceman be engaged for the 
present as ^^linister in charge, and the matter of compensa- 
tion be left with tlie Wardens, also the number of ser- 
vices on the Sabbath and during the week. 

/inic 2S, V. Voted, That permission be given to the 
friends of the late Mrs. Lydia Huntley Sigourney, to erect 
a Tablet to her memory on the wall of the Church, under 
the supervision of the Vestry of the Parisli. 

A brief narration of the chief events in the history of . 
the Parish, to the present time, is all that I feel called 
itpon to tindertake. This is rendered now the more tin- 
necessary, because they are recently in our memory, and 
therefore are not properly matters of historical comment. 

August J. Rev. John S. Lindsay, D.D., of Georget<-»wn, 
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jVor. 6. Rev. Fluyd W. Tonikins, of Calvary Church, 
X. v., was chosen Rect.)r. and enicrcd up<;n his duties Jan- 
uary I, iSSS. 

ZAv. JO, /'. The Rev. Allen !•:. Becman v.-as thanked for 
the faithful and able manner in which he had dischar-ed the 
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/>/'. 2(p, V. Plans of Choir Stalls were submitted, the ex- 
pense of which was paid by Miss Alice Taintor. 

A^ril 2, r. The Rev. J. J. Burd. upon nomination of the 
Rector, was accepted as Assistant ^linister. 

The thanks of the Parish were tendered to Dr. G. W. 
Russell, for his services as Senior Warden. 

Oct. 8, } '. A proposal for placin-- a Reredos in the Chan- 
cel of the Chapel, in memory of :^Iiss ^^lary Goodwin, was 

accepted. 

1889. 

Jan. 14, V. The Rector reported that the subscriptions 
to the Or-an Fund, amounted to $2,200; requirin- but six 
hundred dollars to be raised to complete the amount needed, 
Mr. James J. Goodwin havin- pledged the additional funds 
required tJ procure a six thousand dollar organ and any 
additional expense involved in placing the organ in the 
Church. The old organ was to be s<.ld at not less than five 
hundred dollars. 

/'. Oct. jr. Voted, That the Vestry endorse the action of 
the Rector m appointing a Mission to be held in Christ 
Church, in Advent, and agree to assist him by all means in 
their power. 

V.Na-j.ii. The Rector reported that the new Organ 
was entirely paid for, and the receipts were in the hands of 

the Treasurer. 

1890. 

Fib. 10, r. The committee appointed to draft suitable 

resolutions on the death of Mr. L. B. (ioodman, reported - 

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Junior Waiucn, Lorcii/io B. Guodinan, \vh<.) has been identi- 
fied with tlie interests of this Parish for many years, and has 
held the office of Vestryman, or Warden, since the year i86S, 
it is 

J\csoucii, That it is not meet that the death of our asso- 
ciate sliould be passed without proper notice by us who have 
been imited with him in the responsibihties ui this parish. 
Lon;^ connected witli it, he has been a member h'val to its 
interests, as Vestryman faithful in his responsilnhties, as a 
Ciiristian sincere and devout in his worship. The many 
5'ears in which he has served as one of (<ur Wardens, have 
been years in wlucli great changes liave occurred in tlie 
Parish, hot\\ in loss of many of its members b\' reniovrd and 
by death, and in those other changes whicli occur from the 
pressure of business relations, and the introduction of new 
elements in population. Through all these stages of growth 
and depression, ^Ir. Goodman has reniained a faithful at- 
tendant at Christ Church, and more interested than ever, for 
there seemed to be a work for him to do. He remained 
among a few of the older members of the Parish, who still 
linger a little longer, who though proud of the past, are not 
unmindful of the future. His quiet ways, his unobtrusive 
manners, his genuine benevolence, his ready willingness to 
engage in any good work, his hearty sympathy, and his gen- 
erous aid in whatever promised for the funherance of 
Chrisfs kingdom on earth, will long be remembered by us 
who have known him, and dutifully cherish his virtues. 
The Parish is much indebted to him, not alone for v/hat he 
gave of his substance, but for the glorious example of a meek 
and quiet spirit, which is a large part of true godliness. 

RcsoIrcJ, That we desire in this manner to express and to 
leave upon record, a testimonial of our high appreciation of 
his cliaracter as a man, and a Christian. 

March 20, r. An informal report of the Treasurer was 
read bv Mr. S. B. Curtis, Assistant Treasurer, sliowing a 
very favorable condition of the tlnnnces, considering the 
extra necessary outlaj's for the current year. 

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the anisic niul one tlunisaiul dollars for Uic salary of Rev. 
Robert Harris, Assistant Nlinisfer for the ensuing' year. 

/'. The Reet'-U" read a letter from Mrs. Lue_\' M. Good- 
win, proposing- to g'ive $6,000, in trust, to tlie Parisli, tlic in- 
terest to be i'aid to the Open Hearth Mission. The Trust 
was accepted, and Wrn. L. Matson and I'Mward M. Runce 
were a[)pointed Trustees. See Report on Funds of the Parish, 
p. 140. 

Sept. .?/, /' At a special meetin,:;' the foUowin;^- minute 
was offered and passed. 

It is with unfeiii^'ned son-ow that the \\'ardens and Vestry 
have learned of tlie deatli of ]\Irs. Lucy M. Goodwin, for 
over fifty years a faithful member of this Parish. Du.ring- 
this long- period she was consti'nt in her attendance at 
Church, sliowini;' by example her love for its services, and 
how strony;Iy she regarded her duties and oblig-ations. She 
was not content to do the work which was appointed for her 
in the various organi.-^ations of the Parish and town, but 
supplemented them b}' personal counsels and gifts, which 
showed how sincere and heartfelt she was in all her under- 
taking's; her sympathy went u-ith lier in all her works. Pier 
kindness, her gentleness of speech and manner, lier loving 
graciousness, her friendly converse and excellent sense, 
made her a true gentlev,oman, and an earnest servant of 
God. What noble conceptions of duty had this woman all 
the days of her life! It vras a fountain v/hich flows steadily 
from season to season, from year to year, without interrup- 
tion. 

The talents given her by her Heavenly Father, were 
faithfully employed; not merely because her hand was well 
filled, but because her heart was inclined towards the things 
which are good. This Parish has especial cause to remem- 
ber her for her generous gifts, and especially for her Chris- 
tian example, which was constantly set before us. Iler 
attendance upon public worship was a relig-ious duty, which 
was accompanied by a daily life of marked equanimity, and 
service of her Master, for nearl}' four score of years. We 
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ainouL^st US. •' vShe strctclK-d out her liaiul to tlic poor, \ca 
she reaclieth i"orti\ her luuicls to the needy. She openeth her 
mouth with wisdoin, aud in her ton^aie is the law of kindness." 

Nov. TO, v. The Rector read the following- letter : 

Oetoher i, i S90. 
My Dear Mr. To.mkixs : 

You will recollect our conversation al}<)ut tlie end wiridow 
in the south g-allery of Christ Church. 

It is our wish to place there a memorial of our mother, 
worthy of her, and the Church. To do this properly may 
require some new midlions, tracery, etc. : and I write there- 
fore to ask througii you, permission of the Vestry, to make 
such alterations, and to put in such g-Iass at our sole expense, 
to carry into effect this wish. At the vSame time we should 
be g-lad to kno^v if we arc at liberty to choose any subject for 
the window in keeping- with the character t>f the edifice. 

Yours sincerely, 

Ja>!fs J. Goodwin. 

Voftd, That the Vestry thankfully accept the proposition 
submitted by James J. Goodwin, and the Rev. Francis Good- 
win, to erect a Menujrial to their mother, Mrs. Lucy M. 
Goodwin ; and permission is hereby griven them to place such 
Memorial in the west window of the Church, and to make 
such alterations therein, as may be necessary to the proper 
carrying- out of their design and purpose. 

Junius S. Morgan was born in West Spring;field, 3.1ass., 
April 13, 1S14, and came to Hartford with his father, 
Joseph Morg-an. in 1S17. He was engag-ed here in exten- 
sive dry goods business from 1836 to 1S51. when he 
removed to Boston, and was in the same business until 
1854. He then went to P^ngland and was a partner with 
George Peabody f(jr several years, and after Mr. Pea- 
body's death continued the banking business for the 
remainder of his life. He was married to Juliet, daughter 
of Rev. John Pierpont, May 2, 1S36. 

His name is entered as a member of the Parish in 1S39. 
He was a member of the A'estrv from 1845 to 1S49. was 



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freqiicntlv appointed up«.>n coinniiUecs, uiitl ever iiiaiii- 
festecl mr.cli interesL in panK'liial jnalt'.TS. lie was a 
business man in the strictest sense, quick in his percep- 
tions, honorable in his dcab"ng's, and pleasant in his 
nianiiers. lie \vas frank, considerate, and direct, and 
posscsstM.l t1iat factor of g'l'catness which enables a man to 
express his ideas without a superfluitv of words. Few 
men have ;^xine out from this town whf) have b(.)nie a 
better character for uprip;htness and ability in his special 
calling than our friend, who is plcasantlv i-emembered b}' 
many now livin-j^. He died at Monte Carlo, April t), 1890, 
and was laid at rest in Cedar Hill Cemetery, in this tovrn, 
where other members of his famih^ are buried. 

I'ofeif, That the Rector, and ^lessrs. Ellis and Tracy be 
appointed a committee, to locate a suitable place for the new- 
Font to be put in, with power to act. 

1891. 

March I J, /*. A letter was read from the Rector, re- 
signing his charge of the Parish, to take effect May ist. 

The treasurer reported that he had received two hundred 
dollars from the executor of the estate of the late L. B. 
Goodman, the income of the same to be used for insuring 
the pictures placed in the Church b}' him. 

MarcJi 2j, F. The letter of Mr. Tomkins containing his 
resignation v.'as read; it v/as accepted, and flattering testi- 
monials were given "of his zeal, industry, and ability." 

The \\"ardens and \'estry were requested to select a 
person to be recommended to the Parish as Rector. 

Sept. 16, !'. Rev. Mr. Ilensell was requested to remain in 
the performance of his present duties, at a salary of $1,500 
per annum. 

Ocf. 2S. P. The Vestry had recommended the Rev. 
Lindall Winthrop Salstonstall as Rector, and upon ballot he 
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1892. 

jSfarth 2, r. ^^r. Jrc'iisel! rcsii^'nt'd his position as Assist- 
ant Minister. 

J'o/cJ, That Mrs. Mary I. V>. Rnsscll be permitted to 
place a Memorial Tablet npon such part of the ncn-th wall 
of the Church, as she may select for that purpose, as a 
memorial of her father, iJr. Samuel l>ar\vick IJeresford, and 
her mutlier. Mar\- Stuart Heresford. 

April iS, P. The selection of the Rev. fames P. Fauci >n, 
as Assistant Minister, was ajj^reed to. 

1893. • 

April J. A letter was received from Mr. James J. Good- 
win notilyinc:' the Parish that he held in trust the sum of 
^30,000, tlie Ci'ift of the late Mary Jennette Keney, the 
income to be used for the benefit of the Parish. Reference 
to this Fund, v/ith the letter of ^Nlr. Goodwin, is made in the 
report of the committee on the Funds of the Pari.sh, p. 141. 
Thanks were voted for the g'ift of this Fund, and the letter 
of Mr. Goodwin was ordered to be entered ow the records of 
the Parish. 

May 2, V. After considerable discussion on the Trust 
Funds novv- held by tins Parish, on motion of Mr. Goodwin it 
was — 

Voted, That a committee of four members of the Vestry 
be appointed, witli power to index the parish minntes, to 
extract all the votes of in\portance, and to make an abstract 
of the Trusts of this Parish, from the Records. 

Dr. G. W. Russell, W. L. Matson, J. M. Tayl(.)r, and II. H. 
IloUister were appointed. 

July II, V. VoU-J, That the "Wardens and Treasurer be 
requested to present to the Vestry a detailed report of all the 
triist funds of the Parish, now in their hands, with a list of 
the securities in which they are invested. 

1894. 
Jan. p, V. Five hundred and fifty dollars were presented 
to the Parisli to complete the Chauncey Fund. Mr. J. Pier- 



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])orit M«jr-an of New York, presented a larg;e copy ft: the 
Revised Book of Corainun I'myer. 

]^oft'ii\ That I3r. Russell be requested to superintend the 
work of c<ju]plctiiv^' the hist<;rical record of the Church from 
tlie date it was left 'oy Dr. Hoadly. 

April 2. P. The votes passed by the Vestry, to be found 
in the Report on the Trust Funds of the Parish, p. 151, were 
ordered to be incorporated in tlie minutes of the mcetini^-. 

1895. 

April J J. There only remains to be mentioned a brief 
sketch of the proceedings at the annual meeting of the 
Parish. The usual officers were chosen. Mr. Matson had 
previousl}- resigned as Treasurer, and ^fr. S. }5. Curtis was 
chosen in h.is plaee. The Rector read his report of the 
Benevolent o:Lcrings. A letter from Mr. Parsons, President 
of the vSeeuriry Company, was read, and also a statement 
concerning the two Xortham l"'unds. The reports of the 
Triistees of the Adams Fund, of the Chauncey Fund, and of 
the Lucy M. (Goodwin Fund were presented and accepted. 
The resignation of E. M. Bunce, as one of the Trustees of 
the latter Fund, was accepted, and the usual appropriations 
were made. 

It w"ill be noticed that the history of the ]\arisli for the 
last dozen years has been but briclly sketched. It be- 
longs to a future hi.storian to develop it more minutely 
than is proper at the present time. It onh^ remains to 
impress upon all those who are transacting the business 
of the Parish a more careful preservation of all docu- 
ments, papers, bills, subscription papers, or whatever may 
relate to its hist'-)rv; and. further, that these should be 
immediately passed over to the proper keeper of the same 
for preservation. Clearly kept accounts, faithful records, 
and complete files of papers are as e.s.sential materials of 
history, in a minor degree, for a parish, as well as lor a 
town or nation. 

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tory of tlio Parisli. one cannot avoid considering- the 
cliiTerences wliicli exist between its past and present con- 
dition. These are due to the influences v/hieh have ex- 
isted in many other pLaces, which have eitlier driven the 
churches out of existence, or have much impaired their 
usefuhiess. This must ever be the case when the popu- 
lation has removed to a distance by the pressure of Inisi- 
ness interests, which has left no proper clientage for sup- 
])ort IT continuance. It is a dumb show for Christian 
worship when there are no worshipers in attendance. 
Whatever claims may be made, however, for the continu- 
ance of consecrated houses, it should be remembered that 
the holv spirit of reverence which we entertain iuv them 
is violated nut alone l-y their closure, but by allowing 
them to fall into decay by our neglect. They were 
erected for our religious instruction, and for the public 
v.-orship of Almighty God. Wlien these conditions no 
longer exist, and their influence can no longer be exerted, 
it is a question whether they add to the increa.se of true 
religion, but do not, on the contrary, give the unbeliever 
cause for reproach. 

But our Parish is in no such despairing state. Its 
early beginnings were in the hands of a few earnest men, 
who labored and spent for many years under great diffi- 
culties, sacrifices, and oppositions. The Congregational. 
or " orthodox " body, was supreme in the land, and those 
outside of it were not regarded with much consideration. 
It was only by a union of these latter with a political 
partv that a more liberal sentiment was established, and 
the Episcopal Church was allowed an opportunity for an 
abundant increase. The cause of true religion has suf- 
fered nothing thereby, and it is a matter of congratula- 
tion that so much of our Liturgy and of special services 
in our Book of Common Pra\-er have now become famil- 
iar, and been adopted by the religious bodies around us. 
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but rather thank (lOd that uthcr worsliipers arc willin;.^ 
to accept so miicli. When we think of the wonderful 
chang-es -\vhich have talrou pLace since tlie first K]:»iscopal 
Church was bnilt in Hartford, now just one hundred 
years, wo nvdv justly look for still g'reater and more ex- 
tended ones in ilie century to come, and pray for a more 
perfect unitv of all Christian men in reli;.;ious belief and 
work. 

Ans-one who reaJ.s carefully this record will see how 
this Parish has labored under pecuniary difficulties, and 
how mucli is due to the g-cnerous consideration of com- 
paratively a few individuals. In saying this, the aggre- 
gate of the smaller sums given by the many sh(:>uld not 
be overlooked : the earnest zeal and the willing' hand of 
the po.^sessors of a few talents have had their full share 
in bringing this Parish to whatever of ])osition atid use- 
fulness it has attained. The spirit which has animated 
all must still be continued, and we must show to the world 
that our Church is the Church for the poor, as well as for 
the rioh. 

L)uring the one hundred }'ears of the existence of this 
I^irisli we have had an unusual number of able men as its 
Rectors. Thougdi the longest period of service of any one 
has been only thirteen years, yet there were causes for 
their removal which in no manner affected tlicir elTieiency 
or the love and esteem of the parishioners. Five of them 
have been or are now Bishops in the Chtirch, enterprising, 
pious, and devoted successors of the Apostles. Of the 
tlfteen Rectors we may triUhfuUy say, that ail have labored 
to do their duty faithfully, and in the fear of Ciod. If any 
of them found it convenient to leave us. under a " gentle 
pressure," the cause has been qtiite as much due to the 
temper of the Parish as it has been to themselves ; not one 
of all these gentlemen has failed in remaining faithful to 
the Church, with the exception of the lir.st Rector, who 
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.jSo CHRIST CIIUUCIJ, n AUTl^O!;!). 

The Churclniianshi[) of the J'arish has been a fair rep- 
resentative of the Churehmanship of the Dioeese. It 
loves the Ijook of Common Prayer, and adheres to the 
"doctrine, disci]:>line, and worship" of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church. It has earefully avoided the extremes 
which have characterized solne parishes; it has had. in all 
the hiUndred years of its existence, no serious dissensions 
in reo-ard to doctrine or ceremonies, but has pursued its 
middle vav in peace and quietness. It is not boasted that 
its service to God and its duty to man has l.)een larger 
or more faithful than that of C)ther Christian bodies in the 
city, but it is charitably hoped that it can give a good 
account of its stewardship to the Divine Master at last. 

When it is stated that, at the erection of the ]n-esent 
Church building- in 1829, a majority of the parishioners 
lived upon Main street, or between Main street and the 
Connecticut river, and that comparati\'ely a few only nov.' 
reside in these localities, we can easily understand how 
much has been effected by a change of jxjpulation. A 
different class of people, largely of foreign origin, occupy 
their places; trade, occupations, and habits are entirely 
different. Much remains to be done before the assimila- 
tion is complete, and tlie energetic, thrifty, and intelligent 
American citizen is formed. This work calls loudh' upon 
us. and needs our most serious consideration. Though 
reduced in numbers, yet with its endowments, and a faith- 
ful band of intelligent and zerUous members, the I'arish 
can still be successfully sustained, and enabled to do its 
full share of duty. There is no need for sensational 
devices, or extravagances in worship, either for sustaining 
it or extending its work. This is altogether outside of 
its traditions, or of any necessity, nor is it coniplimentary 
to men of sense that the undertaken work shi^uld be so 
covered up by secular devices, or alluring amusements, 
that it is difficult to see where the religiou.s part of it 
comes in. It is possible that the linking of the world 



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CHRIST CHURCH, INTERIOR, WEST END. 



IMI'ORT.'.XT vr)TFS AM) COMMFA'TS. 4S1 -i^'^'J^ 

and roli.i^ion together has had something to do with the 
absence of so many from the public worship of God. 

There was never a time when the truths of tlie IMblc 
should be more foreil)ly presented than the present. If 
Christians are in earnest they should be more aggressive 
and confident in their work ; it is folly to waste our ener- 
gies in refuting the arguments or sayings of idle men, 
who have nothing new to say. and only repeat what has 
already been repeated. It is well to consider that some 
things have been established, and that the religion of 
Christ is one of them. 

The old. old story is still interesting to men, and will 
draw them together in crowds, if it is presented with 
faithfulness and energy. It is not given to every one to 
do this work successfully, for there are diversities of gifts 
in this as in other occupations. While some are drawn to a 
serious consideration of their duty by the mild pleadings 
of a St. John, there are others who need the vigorous 
teachings of a Paul ; the quiet example of a holy life 
will bear its fruit with some, wlnle line upon line and pre- 
cept upon precept are needed for the conviction of others. 
There was never a time in this bustling world when 
the whole truth could be better presented than the pres- 
ent. There was never a better time when the command 
to PRlvAClI THE WORD was more obligatory or more 
hopeful than now. The wonderful changes in the condi- 
tions of men, which have given us more excitements and 
wordlv desires, surely need the healthful restraint which 
can only come from an acknowledgment of a Divine 
:Master, and of our responsibility to him. For this all 
Christians must pray, and that we may be One, in thought 
and action; which may the Good Lord grant, for his dear 
Son's sake. 



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4^5 



APPENDIX. 

No. I. 

MenioraiiJa rcspectuv^ the old Cliurch Lot. 

October 6, ij62. Charles Caldwell, \\\ consideration of £io con- 
veyed to John Keith, William Tiley, William Jepson, Hezekiah 
Marsh, and Thomas Piurr, as a committee of the brethren of the 
Episco]ial Church hi the town of Hartford, a piece of land 99 ft. 3 
in. on Main St., extending westerly, the North and South li.ies 
beincc parallel, so as to make exactly half an acre. — [Town 
Records, X. 5^4. 

July 12, ij6j. John Keith and William Tiley quitclaimed 
their interest in the aforesaid land to Doct. William Jepson. — 
[Town Records, XI. 5:;. 

/lily 16, i-jcS. William Jepson, in consideration of i!ioo con- 
veyed said land by Warrantee deed to Robert Sanford with the 
stone lying thereon. — [Town Records, XII, 3. 

Oct. 8, 176'). Robert Sanford sold to Samuel Talcott Jr. for 
£\(i the northern part of the Lot, containing 16 rods or ,'., acre. — 
[Town Records. XII, 244. 

/// June. 1770. Thomas Ikirr and the rest of the members of 
the Episcopal Church sued Samuel Talcott Jr. for tresspass in 
entering upon the plaintiffs land, breaking down and destroying 
the foundati'ju of a Church, and carrying away 140 loads of stone. 
The case went up to the Superior Court held at Hartford by 
adjournment on the last Tuesday in December 177 1, when the 
plaintiffs recovered ^35 damages and £11, 15-6. costs. — [Records 
Sup. Cciurt. 

/// January. ijj2. Thomas Burr, etc. brought suits in the 
County Court to recover possession of the land from Robert San- 
ford and Sam' Talcott Jr. The cases went up to the Superior 
Court held at Hartford, by adjournment, on the fourth Tuesday 
of December 177:, when the plaintiiYs recovered sei/.in and pos- 
session of the land etc. — [Records County and Superior Courts. 

January 2, 177 S. Sam' Talcott Jr. quit claimed to Robert San- 
ford the 16 reds he had bought of him. — [Town Records, XIV. 250. 



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January /j. r/S_=,. RooLTt Sanford referring to Charles Cald- 
well and William Jepsoii's deeds, the suits at law, and the decision 
of the General Assembly in Cliancery that Jepson had an equitable 
lieu I if _£^>o on the land which (Uight to inure tu Sanford's benefit, 
and this having been paid, quitclaims the huid to William Adams, 
John Morgan, and Johu Thomas and the rest of the associates and 
professors of the Church of England in Hartford. — [Towii 
Records, XVI, 359, 

No. 2. 
Mr. Nathan Starkweather has ftirnished the following 
memoranda and the maps : 

Oct. 6, 1762, the ICpiscopal society procured a lot for a church 
site from Charles Caldwell upon a lease of 999 years (which was 
equivalent to a purchased bounded east by highway, south partly 
by land of vSamuel Olcott and partly by land of said Caldwell, and 
west and north by land of said Caldwell, being 99 feet, 3 inches on 
highway, the same width in the rear, the north and south lines 
being parallel and extending west so far as to make exactly half 
an acre. 

The parish erected this church in 1792, and retained their lot 
until Aug. 27, 1794., when they conveyed Section A to David 
Goodwin, containing one rod and -^":^. 

Church street seems to have been laid out from Main to Trum- 
bull streets in 1794, but the land required for it was not conveyed 
to the city until 1798. C>n Dec. 19, 1795, the parish conveyed Sec- 
tion B to Simon Clark, " beginning at a bound at the southwest 
corner where the said land adjoins the new opened street called 
Church street," etc. 

Oct. 4, 1796, the parish conveyed Section C to Simon Clark. 

Previous to 1S07, Joseph Lynde had acc[uired the property 
north of the church lot, also Section C of the estate of Simon 
Clark. 

Dec. 8, 1S07. the parish conveyed to Joseph Lynde the north 
portion of their lot, bounded south by a line parallel with the 
foundation of their church a.nd eight feet distant therefrom, and 
west and north by land of said Lynde. 

In April, 1810, Samuel Tudor purchased the Lynde property 
north of the church, and on July 31, i8io, the parish conveyed ti) 
him the gore D IC, ^S'.^ feet in length and three feet wide at the 
west end. 



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Episcopal Chinc/i to Simon Clark, Dec. /^, IJ^JS- 

(Vol. -o. p. 541.) 

Beginning- at southwest corner of the church lot at the corner 
agreed upon as the divisional corner between the church lot and 
land of Oliver Ellsworth, Esq.. where the said land adjoins the 
new opened street called Church street, thence running ui the hue 
of said land northeriv to the northeast corner of Ellsworth's land, 
thence in the same direction to the land of David Goodwni, thence 
ea'^terly 44 feet in line of said land of Goodwin, thence southerly 
to the said street to a stone, thence west on line of said street to 
the first-mentioned corner. 

Clirisi Cliurch to David GooJioi/i, Aug. 2j, i/^.f. 
A certain piece or parcel of land, being part Episcopal lot i .Vo 
rods. beginning from the north line of said lot setting ofl' from 
said Goodwin's fence as it now stands, south iSf°, west 24^ hnks, 
thence running south 65^, east 64 hnks. until it intersects said 
Goodwin's house lot. thence to place of beginning. 

Episcopal Clnirch to Simon Clark, Oct. 4, 1796. 

(Vol. ^i, p. 641.) 

Beginning on the north hue of Church street. 25 feet, 6 inches 
west of the\outhwest corner of the church, and running north 
17°, east at right angles with said Church street. 76 feet, thence 
north 66°. west 51^ feet, thence north 17°, east 33 feet to land of 
David Goodwin, thence on a line between said Goodwin and the 
premises to land before leased by said society to said Clark, thence 
south 17° west to said Church street, thence east 56 feet to the 
first-mentioned corner. Bounded south on Church street, east on 
church lot. north partly on land of said society and partly on 
D. Goodwin's, and we^t on land of said Clark. 

Episcopal Society to Joseph LynJe, Dec. S, iSoy. 

iVoL 26, p. ;,-o.) 

Beginning at stake 8 feet north of northeast corner of church 
and rimningVest parallel with north line of church 8 feet distant 
to land of said Lvnde lot. thence north in line of said lot to the 
northwest corner of the present church lot. thence in a southeast- 
erly direction to the Rrst-mentioned corner, being a triangular 
piece, bounded east by Main street, south on land of said parish, 
and west on said Lynde's. 



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48S CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFOKI). 

Ciiii<! C/iiiic/i to Saimu/ Tudor, fulv ji^ iFro. 

(V..1. .::„ p. inc.) 

Beginiiin'4- uii Main street on line cf churcli lot, thence running 
westerly 4S feet, 6 inches on said line, thence sontlierly 3 feel, 
thence nmning easterly on straight line 48 feet, six inches to place 
of beginning-. Bonnded east on Main street, south and west on 
land of said parish, north on land of said Tudor. 

Christ Church to O. J). Cooh, iSjc;. 

(Vol. 4'-. p. 17--) 

On the corner of [Main and Chureh streets, bounded east on 
Main street. 53 feet, 5 inc'nes ; south on Church street. 119 feet, 5 
inches? west wn Nathan Johnson's lanJ, 33 feet, 7 inches: nortli 
on vSamuel Tudor's land — north line is as follows : Beginning on 
Main street, 53 feet.. 5 inches north of south line of said lot, thence 
running west 47 feet, 2 inch.es to a point 49 feet, 9 inches north of 
the said line of said lot, thence northerly 2 feet, 9 inches, thence 
westerly 62 feet 9 inches to said Johnson's land at a point 53 feet. 
7 inches north of said south line of said lot. 



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AI'I'KXDIX. 491 

No. 3. 

When the Report of the Coininittee on the Funds was 
presented, no copy of the Penal Bond, referred to in that re- 
port, had been fonnd, but since that time it has been dis- 
covered, and is printed below. 

Copy uf Pi/ml Bond. 

Kn'OW" \\a. -s\v\ y.\ THK?K I'RE.SKN'TS, that we whose names are 
hereunto subscribed, are severally bound and holden. unto the 
Parish of Christ Church, located in the City of Hartford, in tho 
penal sum of two thousand dollars, well and truly to be paid, we 
severally bind ourselves, our heirs, etc.. unto the said parish of 
Chnst Church. \\\ witness whereof we have hereunto signed and 
sealed this sixteenth day of December, 182S. 

Provided that the condition of this bond is, that each sub- 
scriber hereunto complete and perform respectively the provisions 
following according to their true intent and meaning, and the 
tenor and effect thereof. 

For that, whereas the said parish of Christ Church has pur- 
chased a site, and erected thereon in part, a new church, now 
therefore for the sole and only purpose of completing said new 
church for the use of said Parish, and to proctire a new and better 
Organ for said Church, this bond and conditions are made and 
execfited, and that these objects may be effected subscriptions 
may be made hereunto for raising and creating stock, and may be 
paid to the Parish at any time ; and shall be paid at any time after 
the first day of February, 1829, in such instalments, and at such 
times as the Wardens and Vestry of the Parish may require, upon 
their giving by the Clerk of the Parish, fifteen days notice of the 
day and the amount of payment required by them; but said instal- 
ments shall be on the whole subscription by equal per cent, on 
each subscription, provided said instalments shall not be greater 
than to be equal to twenty-five per cent., once in four months on 
the whole subscription, commencing with and for the first instal- 
ment on the second day of February 1829. And when any sub- 
scriber shall have paid his whole subscription, and not before, the 
said Parish of Christ Church shall become bound and h«jlden for 
the repayment thereof, with interest, to be computed from the 
payment of the said instalments severally, to the first uf May 
annually. And the claim of each subscriber upon, and the obliga- 
tion of the Parish to redeem said Stock, and pay the interest 



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49^^ CHRIST CIICIICII, HARTFORD. 

thereon, shall be by a Scrip, in the words and figures following. 

viz. — 

Scrip Xo S 

This certifies that the Parish of Christ Cluirch, in the City of 

Hartford, is indebted to in the sum 

of Dollars, value received, towards b^iilding a 

Church and pr<)curing a new Organ, for the use of said Parish. 

which said sum of Dollars the said Parish of 

Christ Churcli promises to pay to said 

or order, the first day of May 1857. with interest on the first day 
of April ne.xt, and interest annually thereafter payable at the 
Treasury of said Parish, reserving to said Parish the right of pay- 
ing the same or any part thereof at any time after the first day of 
May 1*832, upon giving by their Clerk six months notice of the 
time and sum to be paid, and thereupon at said time said sum 
shall be paid by the said Parish. 

Witness, the Wardens and Treasurer of the said Parish of 
Christ Cliurcli. this day of 

Provided this bond shall be void unless the said Parish of 
Christ Church shall on or before the second day of February 1S29, 
ratify and confirm all the provisions in this condition implying an 
obligation on said Parish and unless fifteen thousand dollars shall 
have been subscribed hereto and a further pledge of the Rents of 
the Pews and Slips in said new Church be by vote of the Parish 
specially made as security for the interest on the aforesaid Stocl: 
also. Each subscriber shall set against his name the sum of his 
subscription. 

On the back of said Stock scrip shall be printed the vote of the 
Parish to build and locate said church, and to ratify and confirm 
this instrument, and to pledge the rents of the Pews and Slips as 
aforesaid. 

No. 4. 

Copy of Cliitrtk Scrip. 
•' Scrip No. ir. $200. 

" This certifies that the Parish of Christ Church, in the city of Hart- 
ford, is indebted to Jeremy Hoadley, Esq., in tire sum of T\.-o Hundred 
Dollars value received, toward purchasing a site, building a Church, and 
to procuring a nev.- organ for the use of said Parish; which said sum of 
Two Hundred Dollars, the said parish of Christ Church promises to pay 
to said Jeremy Hoadley or order, the first day of May. 1S37, with interest, 
on the first day of April ne.xt, and interest annually thereafter, payable 
at Treasury of said Parish, reserving to said Parish the right of paying 



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AITF.NDIX. 493 

the sa:ne, or anv part thereof, at any time after the Hr^t day of May. 
^5,.\ upon giving by their clerk, six n.onths" notice of the tunc and sum 
lo be paid, tnd thereupon, at said time, such sum shall be pa,d by sa.d 

^''''. Witness the Wardens and Treasurer of the said Parish of Christ 

Church, this Sth day of Sept., iSsS. 

"Chakm-s Sigournkv, | f;-,,;-,/,-;;i-. 
" Samuil TruoK. ) 

"CvrKiAN Ni'HOis, Treasurer." 

On the reverse of this scrip is printed the atithority for 
issuing- the same, as follows: 

.. [-./../, That for the sole and only purpose of erectin;.^ a "<';^^- C'^'^'rch 
for the use of this parish, and fur procuring a new organ for sa,d Church, 
hi Parish do acc^,t of a certain penal bond, dated tl^ xCth day of .eb- 
uarv iS.T. executed to tir.s Parish, by X.tkauiel 6. H /...., ^ d- 
lia,n If. >nlar, and o.hers. hereby ratifying and confirmmg all the pro 
visions in the' conditions of said bond, implying an obhgat,on on th,s 
Pnri>;h FPa'^sed, March 20. 1S27.] 

't-.M/ Tl:at r.be rents of the pews and shps of said new Church, 
when completed, be and they hereby are specially pledged to secure the 
;;Lentof .he interest on the stock created by the condU:ons of sa.d 
bond. [Passed, March 20. 1S27.I 

^^ Voted, Two-thirds of the members present concurring, tnat tl ,s 
Parish do agree to biuld a new Church, and that the same be, and hereby 
s To ted o! a lot owned by Ar^starcfu. Cka.npion, Esq.. bordermg on 
m!! and Church streets, and on so much of Leonard Bacon's lot ad.om- 
in.^ as mav be necessary for the purpose. [Passed. Apnl 30. 1^27.] 

'The above recited votes are tn.e copies as recorded m the book be- 
longing to the Parish of Christ Church m the city of Harttord. 

V. .„ ,. Wu.uAM T. LiH, Parish CleiL. 

No. 5- 

Subscribers for Stock for Purchasing aS.te, the Erection of a neu' 
Church, andpurchasiK,^ an Orj^an. 

xS^- Mav 16. To Scrip No. i. Isaac Perkins. . • • l^ocoo 

'■ c;,„t ^, - •• 2. Griflm Stcdman. . • --ox^.oo 

IS2S. AprU .; •• " 3. James >L Godwin, . Soo- 

J .. .. 4, George Beach, . • 3W.00 

j' .. .. 5 Samuel Tudor, • • ioOo.<x^ 

June 11'. •• •• 6, Wm.H.Imlay, . ■ ^ooo.oo 

j.ly .0. •• •• 7. Nathan Morgan, . • ^.000.00 



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iScS. 



1S29. 



1S30. 



Aug. 


s, 


To Scrip N 


Sept. 


6. 
6, 

s. 

20, 
20, 





Dec. 


II. 

12, 
12, 
12, 

13. 
26, 


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April 


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June 


16, 


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July- 


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Dec . 


12, 
i6, 


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March 5, 


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S, Denison Morgan, . . $5<x).oo 

9, Ile/.ekiah Ilunlin^^ton, Jr., 5rx).u<j 

10, Nath' S. "Whcaton, . . i/j'X).ot:) 

11, Jeremy Hoadley, . . 200.00 

12, Dudley Buck, . . 500.0^3 

13, Rosv.-ell Barih<ilonie\s-, . 200.00 

14, Asa Farwell, . . . 200.00 

15, George Sumner, . . ifXi.oo 

16, Sam' H. Iluntini^'to:!, . icxj.oo 

17, Erastus Goodwin, . . 100. c^o 
iS, Will. T. Lee, . . . 200.00 

19, EbL-n'' Flower, . . . 500.00 

20, Lemuel Humphrey, . 100.00 

21, Cyprian Nichols, . . 300.00 

22, Charles Brainard, . . 100.00 

23, v.' alter Phelps, . . 5,000.00 

24, Cha' N. Mills, . . . 100.00 

25, Elbridge G. Saunders, . 100.00 

26, Sam' Tuttle & Son, . . 100.00 

27, Christopher Saundei^s, . 100,00 
2S, Trustees of Episcopal 

Church Fund, . . 8,500.00 

$28,500.00 

No. 6. 

List of Lfi^al Mfinbtrs of t'u- Paris/!. 

It is unfortunate that no complete list of the legal members 
of the Parish can be found. That which is recorded in the 
seconci volume of the Records was commenced in 1S39, and 
is believed to have comprised but a portion of those who 
were living at that time. Certainly some names were 
omitted of those v.^ho had been members for raary years. 
Although the list is dated in 1S39, yet it is difficult to state 
how many were entered in that year, but we know that 
many were signers during the years following. Not much 
care was exerci.-^ed apparently until 1S67, when re<[uests 
were made at the annual parish meeting for the enrollment 
of new members. As the number present on these occasions 
was not very large, the opportunity was not embraced by 
many, who doubtless considered themselves as members, as 
much so as if letrallv connected. 



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495 



In this list those marked d, are dead; tliosc r, have joined 
another parish, or have removed from the town; of not a few 
no definite intelliLvence can be obtained. The names in 
italics are present members of the parish. 

It is easy to determine most of the members of the 
parish in its early history by referring to the list of tax- 
payers, of which a few have been included in this volume. 

"\Vc, the nndersigtied, do hereby deebire that we aie, or that 
it is our desire and intention to become, niembers of the Society or 
Parish of Christ Church in Hartford. 

Dated at Hartford this first day of April, 1S39. 



Samuel Tudor 


d 


Simeon Griswold 


d 


Cyprian Nichols 


d 


El:«eu'' Flower 


d 


J. M. Goodwin 


d 


Denison Morgan 


d 


Dudley Buck 


d 


Geo. I'each 


d 


S. H. Iluutingtou 


d 


Charles Braiuard 


d 


C. H. Sigourney 


d 


Lemuel Humphrey 


d 


Hez'' Brainard 


d 


Edward Goodman 


d 


Ch. H. Xortham 


d 


C. A. Colton 


d 


Henry S. Humphrey 


d 


William H. Hoadley 


d 


Geo. M. Bartholomew 


r 


Jas. S. Wickham 


d 


J. S. Hewlett 


r 


Thos. T. Fisher 


d 


Miles A. Tuttle 


d 


X. H. CoUnn 




James A. Canriold 


d 


Isaac Toucey 


d 


George lieach, fr. 




Zepbaniah Preston 


d 


J. S. Morgan 


d 


H. S. Parsons 


d 


Phillip Ripley 


d 


William T. Lee 


d 


Eri W. Warner 




A. Houston 


d 



Charles Sigourney 


d 


Horace Loveland 




Philemon F. Robbins 


d 


Walter Phelps 


d 


J. W. Bull 


d 


P. Dickinson 


d 


B. Rowland 


d 


S. B. Bere?turd 


d 


Chester Adams 


d 


H. Huntington, Jr. 


d 


Geo. Sunmer 


d 


Thos. Skinner 


d 


Daniel S. Dewey 


d 


Asa Farwell 


d 


R. Watkinson 


d 


John Hatfield 


d 


Ralph Goodwin 


d 


Jeremy Hoadley 


d 


Gicrdon \V. Russell 




Xornumd Lyman 


d 


Luther Smith 


d 


WiUiam H. Meigs 


r 


John B. Ekh-idge 


d 


Walter Keney 


d 


James Goodwin, Jr. 


d 


Horace Averiil 


d 


George Houston 


d 


John F. Winter 


d 


William R. I'helps 


r 


Joh.n S. Gray 


r 


Alfred Watkinson 


d 


A. M. Gordon 


d 


Jas. Bolter 




John Brocklesby 


d 



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CHRIST ClIUKCII, HARTrOKD. 



L. T. Dowiics r 

Bcnnine: -Mann il 

F. A. IJrown d 

Amos S. Post 

Bcnj. G. Whitman d 

Phillip Ripley. Jr. r 

George Buck r 

John Brainard r 

Robert Nichols 

Francis T. Russell r 

Wm. Isliain r 

Isaac A. Bragaw d 

Henry M. Drai\e 

James M. B. McXary r 

Julius Yfiuiig d 

Lewis J. Young d 

John Higgins 

Chas. P. Hatch 

Geo. E. Hatch • r 

Jno. C. DuBois 

J. K. Southmayd r 

Ephraim Allen 

Albert Brace 

Geo. S. Hartley r 

E. Shattuck 

Geo. S. Green d 

A. G. Cooley d 

J. B. Powell r 

S. F. Hotchkiss r 

Wm. Conner d 

Isaac F. Smyth d 

Henry Sherman d 

Geo. A. Wright d 

H. Tudor Browneli d 

Aug. N. LeRoy d 

Chas. R. Chapman r 

Wm. R. Browneli d 

Charles R. Fisher d 

S. W. Gr>odridge d 

Edward Preston r 

George S. Burnham d 

William Woodward d 

Charles S. Mason r 

Joseph Mason r 

Thos. A. Alexander d 

Augustus T. Post 

Hcnr>- H. Fitch d 



Perry Smith 

F. L. Smith 
Ec)renzo B. Goodman 
Sevmour Watrous 
William Mather 
Normand Ivyman, Jr. 
Newton Carter 
James Killam 
Alfred B. Redfield 
Aug' S. Jerome 
Henry Tucker 

J. W. Beach 
A'. //. Canfit'ld 
]. B. Brown 
Eiisha Johnson 
Joseph Harris 
Samuel H. White 
Chs. A. Stillman 

G. A. Stedman, Jr. 
Charles J. Iloadly 
George B. Preston 
Henry S. Watro\is 
Geo. b. Jewett 
Julius A. Case 

B. Sage 

D. A. Shepard 
H. C. Fuller 

C. J. FuIUr 
Buell Sedgewick 
Thos. C. ivcildun 
James White 

N. Rice, Jr. 
Wm. F. Tuttle 
Dan' Goodwin 
Jason Backus 
Wm. H. McFarland 
Edw-i H. Brinley 
J. S. Barnett 
Seymour N. Case 
Simon Towle 
Geo. Robinson 
C. C. Kimball 
John C. Palmer, Jr. 

F. W. Burr 
C. D. Nott, 
Joseph Hall 

G. S. Farnhani, Jr. 



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497 



No. 7. 

The undersigned hereby express 

beconiin;^ nieinbers of the Parish of 

1S67. 
Wm. M. Legale d 

Clinton I'. Davis r 

A. J. Nels-.n r 

Johi /•'. Triuy 
Elisha Moore d 

Win. L. Mat son 

0. Dudley Cooke 
Geo. p.. Fisher 
M. E. Merrill 
L. A. Dickinson 

1. F. Iloln-.er 

1S68. 
Frank J. Knox 
Saml G. Tf\uv 

1869. 
/. S:?-iii^^hiVii (2iiiiin 
I. B. Davis 
John ?I. Sage 
\V. Edgar Sinionds 

1871. 
Charles E. Dustin 

1872. 
Geo. Brinley 
E. M. Reed 
/,*. /•: Ellis 

1873. 
Clarence Terry 

1874. 
D. T. Lannian 
Wm. E. Allen 

1875- 
Ct'orge C. Jarvis 
S. W. Mdler 
George W . Miller 

1876. 
Henrv Wilson 

1877. 
5. B. Curtis 
George W. Hubbard 
J. Ward Fuller 
S. H. Whittaker 
Williavi H. Dcdd 
Philo F. Taleott 
Frederick A. Rohbins 
Geori^e I.. Pariiiclc 



d 
d 

d 
d 



their desire, and intention, of 
Christ Church. 

1878. 
Chs. G. Stone d 

James J. Govda'in 

1880. 
Henry Corning d 

Philemon W. Robbir.s r 

Wm. A. Crane 
Herbert //. Ifollisfer 
Charles.T. Russ d 

Charles K. Hart 

1881. 
C. W. Strickland 
F. B. Winnie 
E. H. Young 

1882. 
S. P. Abell 
L. AV. Clarke 
Herbert Wilinenling 

1SS3. 
Robert H. I'.urton 
George R. Hodge 
Sidney E. Clarke 
W. n. Prothero 
Charles ^V. Barry 
Eldioin S. Barllett 
Henry W. Belknap 
Wm. Dealing 
E. H. Crosby, 2d 

1884. 
Albert L. Butler 
John J/. Taylor 

1885. 

Alfred C.J. Williams 
William A. Baeder 
Franklin H. Sage 

1886. 
W. B. Nelson 
Edi^ard M. Bicnce 
F. S. Crossfield 

1887. 
John D. Tucker 
Stephen Terry 
Georsre M. Bond 



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CHRIST CHURCH, HARTTORD. 



E. B. Gaylord 

Louis A. Tracy 
Arthur D. Robinson 
FraTicis E. Brownell 
1S90. 

/>'. A'. B. MUlcr 
Geoige H. Whitmore 
Charles C. Sonmier 
Edwin A. Taylor 
Henry M. Taylor 
Charl'ss C. Beach 
Henry JV. Robinson 
Win. Jas. Murray 
R. Cadnian 
Jonathan S. Curlis 
1891. 

W. G. Mo!\i:an 

T. B. Beach 

Robert J. Camp 

1893. 
R. IV. Curtis 
Arthur F. Egg lest on 



Fishc-r A. /.'. W'enk 
George JL Carr 
George JV. Ellis 
Walter J. Cave 1 1 
James E. .Mitchell 
IV. A. IVolcott 
Frank IV. Loom is 
Arthur S. Joyncr 
Frank IV. IVhiton 
IV. R. Pinncy 

1894. 
Arthur F. Donley 
Samuel H. Bancroft 
Frederick B. Lewis 
Andrew IVhiton 
Frederick IV. Eaves 
John C. Abbott 
John McClary 

1895. 
Ormond V. Sharp 
Alfred IV. Dodd 
E. M. Hunt singer 
Irving E. Strickland 



No. S. 
Celebration of Consecration of Church. 
A full account of this celebration was published in pamphlet 
form soon after its occurrence, but to pi;t it in a more permanent 
shape it is incorporated entire in this volume, with the exception 
of the numerous names of the various committees. It was 
written by Mr. Nichols, the Rector, who was actively interested 

in the affair. 

It had long been a chcri^hed project of some of the members of 
Christ Church Parish to observe in a fitting way the fiftieth anni- 
versarv of the consecration of the present church building, when 
at the'annt'.al m.eeting of the parish, held Monday evening. April 
14, 1S79, the following preamble and resolution v/ere passed, on 
the motion of Dr. Gurdon W. Russell, viz.: 

" Whereas, The Semi-Centennial Anniversary of the Consecration of 
this Church will occur on the twenty-third day of December oi" this year, 
and as it is desiral-le that this should be noticed m a public and proper 
manner, therefore, 



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Rcsolvtuf, Thai the Vestry bo authorized and requested to inako sucli 
appointmoiits aTul arrangements as may be necessary for the celebration 
of this Aniiiversary in December next." 

Acting- upon this request the \'estry. at a meeting- held Satur- 
day evening, June 21st, voted, " Tliat a conin-iittec of five be 
app'iinted to niake suitable arrangements for the Semi-Cen.tennial 
celcbratiim of this j-arisl-i, and said committee have pijv/er to ap- 
])oint sub-committees at their discretir>n." 'J'he fuHowinc;: gentle- 
men were chosen: 

Dr. Ciurdon W. Russell, Chainxau, Messrs. David T. T.annian, 
Geurge Beach, Charles TI. Xortham, and William L. Matson. 

This committee had several meetings at the Mercantile National 
Bank, and at L)r. Russell's house, and the follow ing order of exer- 
cises was decided upon for Tuesday, December 23d, the fiftieth 
anniver.sary of the Consecration of the Church: 

10.30 A. .M. Service, v.ith sermon by Bishop Clark of Rhode 
Island, rector of the parish 1851-55. 

2.30 p. M. Address by the rector, and history of the parish by 
Mr. Charles J. Iloadly, clerk of the parish 1S64-1879. 

7.30 p. M. Reception at Allyn Hall. 

It was also decided to ask former rectors of the parish to 
officiate in the church on Sunday, Dccen-iber 21st. (Fourth Sun- 
day in Advent.) 

As soon as the arrang-ements had taken definite shape, neatly 
engraved invitations were sent to all clergymen who, from pre- 
vious associations, or otherwise, would be likely to have' an in- 
terest in the event. These invitations were in the following 
form: 

1S29. Sfmi-Cknte.nni.^l. 1879. 

CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 

December 23CI, A.D. 1S79. 

You are respectfully invited to attend the Semi-Centcnnial Celebra- 
tion of the Consecration of this Church. 

Former Rectors of the Parish will officiate on Sunday, December 
Twenty-First. 

Tuesday, December Twenty-Third, Fiftieih Anniversary of the Con- 
secration. 

10.30 .\. M. Commemorative Service in the Church-, with a sermon by 
Bishop Clark. 



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500 CHRIST CnUKCIT, IIARTFCKD. 

2.-0 r. M. Ii: the ChurLli, Address, and History <.f ihu Parish by 
Charles J. lloadly. Ksq. 

7.30 p. M. Reception at Allyr. Hall. 

GrKI'ON W. RlSStLL. '^ 

David T. Lanmam. Commitlcr of 

CUAKIV.S H. N'.KIHAM. \ 

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WllUAM L. Mats'jn. J 
Wm. F. XiciioLS. Rector. 

Special invitations weie also sent to the Right Revererd Dr. 
Horatio Potter. Bishop of New York, the only one living of those 
who officiated at the Consecration; to the lion. S. II. Huntington, 
thu onlv.<nrvivor of the Vestry as it was at the time of the Con- 
secration; to Mrs. William Jarvis, whose husband, the late Rev. 
William Jarvis, took part in the Consecration services; and to Mrs. 
Henry Bolles. who sang soprano in the choir on the day of the 
Consecration. Mr. L. B. Goodman was appointed a committee to 
receive visiting clergymen. 

The pressure of Christmas work made it impossible for many, 
who would otherwise have accepted the invitations, to take part 
in the celebration, and the former rectors living out of tovrn were 
unable, for the same reason, to be present, either on Sunday the 
2 ist, or on the 25d. The letters that came were full of expressions 
of interest in the event, of regret that the writers could not be 
away from home at the time of the celebration, and of good 
wishes for the future of the parish. Many of these letters con- 
tained reminiscences of associations with the old parish that were 
numbered among the happiest and holiest in life. Mention may 
be made, among many others, of the names of Bishop Potter of 
New York, Bishop Coxe of Western Xew York, Bishop Lee of 
• Delaware. Bishop Kerfoot of Pittsburgh, the Rev. Drs. Morgan, 
Washburn, Pavne, Fairbairn. D. R. Goodwin, Leeds, Geer, Bolles, 
Coit. Beard.sley. Harwood. Clerc. Brainard. and Rev. Mr. Corson ; 
most of these named having been in some way assuciated with the 
past of the parish. Prominent among the good wishes for the 
occasion were those of the Rev. Dr. R. M. Abercrombie, rector 
from iS5^iS6i.and the Rev. Robert Meech. rector from 1S6S-1S74. 
whose absence, made necessary by Christmas duties, was a dis- 
appointment to many who had counted on seeing them. 

The order of services on Sunday and Tuesday. December 31st 
and 23d, has been already given. 

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Ilall, the c-voninv; of the 23d, beginning;- at 7.30, it will be necessary 
to g'o back a little. At an early stag'c of the arrang-emcnts the 
g-cneral cotnuMttee eonsultod with some of the ladies of the jxirish, 
and found a general belief that the ladies for their part v.'cjuld un- 
dertake to ])repare the epilation for the prtiposed evening recep- 
tion. }>y way of testing the matter several ladies were asked to 
serve as heads of committees, and it was decided to send to everj* 
family in the parish the follov/ing circular : 

TO THK rARISHIONr.KS OF CllKIST CHURCH. 

On Tuesday, the 23d of December next, it is proposed U) cc-lebrate the 
semi-centennial of the consecration of our Church. 'In the evening there 
will be a 

RLCKVUO.N" -AT ALI.VN 1!.\I.L, 

for the church people of Hartford and invited guests from abroad, for 
which there is to be a collation provided. As this collation is to be fur- 
nished by the parish, we send the enclosed p.istal card, asking that every 
family will agree to send something for the table, however little. Will 
you please fill in the blanks as may suit your convenience, and return it 
to the committee on or before Saturday, the 22d of Xoveml^er. 

The answers to this request were very prompt and generous, 
and it soon became evident that all expectations woitld be fully 
realized. 

So large was the provision for the collation, it should be said 
here, that enough was left over to send large Christmas contribti- 
tions to the AVidows' Home, the Church Home, the Alms House, 
and many individuals. 

A general meeting of the ladies of the parish was held in the 
Church, "Wednesday morning, Xovember 26th, at which the com- 
mittees for the collation were appointed in full. 

For many days before the Semi-Centennial these various com- 
mittees were actively engaged upon the details of preparation, so 
that, Vv'hen the evening of the reception came, there were decora- 
tions in the hall in good taste, an attractive supper-room with 
bountifully laden and handsomely arranged tables, a large corps 
of waitresses with uniform caps and aprons, a goodly number of 
ushers, and a large Reception Committee to welcome parishioners 
and guests. Each committee could be distinguished by the color 
of its satin-badges, which had printed on thetn : " Semi-Centennial 
Reception of Christ Church, Hartford, Conn.. 1S29-1870." The 
badges of the General Committee of Arrangements were gold 
color ; of the Committee on Supplies, maroon ; of the Committee 



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on Tabic Furniture, navy blue; of the ComniiLtce on Serving tbe 
CoUalion. light blue ; of the Committee on Decorations, pink ; 
and of tlic Reception Committee and ushers, white. The 
music was furnished by Adkins' Orchestra. On the stage of the 
hall there was a display of plants in pots, and a shield properly 
inscribed. There were also shown the original elevations of the 
present church, with a tower differing from the one afterwards 
built. 

Besides the invitations to the clergy, cards of admission to the 
reception of this form: 

"CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD; COXX. 

1829-1879. 
Senu-Ckntenmal, Dec. 23." 

had been issv.ed to parishioners and all others specially interested 
ill the parish, and it was estimated th.at betv>-ecn six and seven 
hundred were present at the reception. It added much to the en- 
joyment of the evening to have Bishop Williams, and many former 
worshipers in Christ Church now connected with other parishes, 
at the hall. The evei:ing passed pleasantly and rapidly away, and 
ended a day which in all its associations cannot fail to be a memo- 
rable day in the history of Christ Church I'arish. 

It seems proper to give a brief accoun. of the steps leading to 
the g-ift and erection of the new buildings with which the church 
begins it second half-century, together with a description of the 
buildings themselves. Without touching upon the sacred motives 
or the shrinking modesty with which the matter was first broached, 
the earliest formal action was taken at a special meeting of the 
parish held in the old chapel. Monday evening, November iS, 1S7S. 
At that meeting a letter was read from Mrs. James Goodwin, as 
follows : 
'•Mv Dear ^Ir. Xichols: — 

••It may be desirable for you to have a dofuiite statement ot what we 
wish to do. to lay before the parish meeting. I therefore send you the 
following : 

" Having long felt the need of better accommodations than the present 
chapel affords for carr\-ing on our parochial work, we will, with the con- 
sent and approval of the parish, erect a suitable and convenient building 
for such purposes. 

" The only conditions of the gift are that such satisfactory provisions 
be made as will prevent its alienation, and that it shall always be kept in 



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^ood repair an-1 properly insured, so that, in case of its destruction by 
fire, there niav be the moans for rebuilding it. 

Yours very truly, 

LUCY M. GOODWIX. 

"Thursday, Xov. 14. 1S73." 
This letter was accompanied by a ground-plan of the proposed 
buildings. It was thereupon 

Aesrlr.J, That this Parish approves and accepts the proj^sition ot 
Mrs James Goodwin (embodied in her letter to the Rector, of Nov. 14th. 
.nd'the accompanving draft), to erect a Parish building and recess chan- 
^L the church, recognizing the great advantage that vvil m many 
^vays accrue to the Church through the gift. and_ expressmg Us sense o. 
the lar^e generosity the proposition carries with It. ^ ^. • ,,,> 

R.:olU That Rev. W. F. Nichols. Messrs. George Beach. David 1 
I .nman and Dr. G. V/. Russell be a committee with power to take all 
steps necessary on the part of the parish to facihtate the carrying out the 
above proposition. 

It was at once determined to enter into negotiations for such a 
readjustment of boundary lines and rights of way in the rear of 
the church as would secure a site for the new ^-l^-^^' ^^ ^^;- 
I B Davis was commissioned to ascertain the cost, £^^o thou- 
sand dollars were raised by subscription to pm-chase a p.ece o 
land reqtrired. and Mr. D. T. Lanman and Dr. burdon \\ . Ru U 
were appointed the agents of the parish to act m the wnole ma t^r^ 
^fter manv delavs, during which the Senior ^^arden. Mr. George 
Beach, rendered 'much assistance, all the papers necessary to con- 
vev the piece of property to the pari.sh, and to change rig^it^ o 
waV to the western end of the church lot-the former rights ot 
way having been between the church and the old chapel -were 
passed Wednesday morning. March I :, 1879. 

In order to meet the agreement made m accepting the gUt 
-that such satisfactory provisions should be made as v. oud pre- 
vent its alienation." at a special meeting of the par-h hcUl Mon- 
day evening. May 5. i879. Dr. G. W. Russell and Mr. D. 1 Law- 
man were appointed the agents of the parish to transfer to h. 
••Trus^ees of Donations and Bequests for Church Purpose^ the 
land on which the b^lildings were to be erected, the deed of trans- 
fer to contain certain limitations and conditions. 

it the time that Mrs. Goodwin and her daughter Miss Mary 
Goodwin, tirst propc.d to build a Memorial Chapel and Parish 
Building in connection with Christ Church.no alteration ot the 
church itself was contemplated. 



504 c'liRTST cfinRCir, iiAirri-cJiin. 

The Rev-. Mr. Xicli'>ls, then Rector of tlie Parish, lunvevor, 
urged that unless some ]M"ovisiou was made fur tlie enlargement 
andimproNenunt of the chancel, it could never be made afterwards. 
Ho suggested tliat the Whcatou memorial fund would provide for 
the stonework and glass of the window, and that other memorials 
were contemplated which would go far towards furnishing the 
necessary fitting. ^Irs. and Miss Goodwin. howe\-er. pri.>vided 
everything but the windo\v, the Reredos, tlie Chancel Rail, and 
the Credence. The Pulpit, Prayer De.-k, and stalls were designed 
by Mr. F. C. Withers and executed by Ellin & Kitson of New 
York. The brass l^ectern was made by John Hardman ibc Co. of 
Biriningb-ain. England. The stones of the Chancel Arch were set 
in rough blocks and the moulding cut after they were in position. 
Much of this work, together with that of setting the stone steps, 
was done at night in order that everything might be completed in 
time for the Semi-Centemiial services. The total cost, 850,106.19. 
The Chancel Rail was given by Miss Prinley. 

On Thursday, the Slh of ^May, the work of demolishing tiie old 
chapel began, photographs having been taken of it and of the 
chancel as it was originally arranged. While the new buildings 
were in process of construction, the south porch of the church was 
used as a robing-room, and owing to the ingenious device of a 
partition built up six feet from the wall on the inside of the church, 
and good managemetn on the part of the builders, the work of 
cutting through the chancel arch did not interfere with holding 
services in the church but one Sunday-. 

The Rev. Francis Goodwin, who had at the first drawn the 
ground-plan and reached the S(^lutiou of the difficulty of finding room 
for all that v.as \\-anted on the space to whicii the buildings were 
limited, gave tlic whole work a most thorough and valuable over- 
sight, and on the morning of the semi-centennial, in behalf of Mrs. 
Goodwin, he delivered to the Rect<3r of the Parish, in the presence 
of the Senior Warden, the keys of the finished and furnished 
buildings. 

The memorial wiridow to the Rev. Th\ Wheaton, referied to in 
the desciiption to be given of the new buildings, was purchased 
by a fund originally raised by means of a fair and concert, in 
December, 1872. a'ld since that time held by an association known 
as "'The Wheaton Memorial Fund Association." 

The subject of the Transfiguration of our Blessed Lord was 
ultimately chosen for the window ; the figure from Raphael's 
Transfig'uration, painted on canvas, ha\-ing; been piesented to the 



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.MTFA'DIX. 505 

I'arish by tlie Rev. I)r. WluMlun. and ba\in;^- hinicc in the window- 
frame liark v.( iho inilpit bi.-f<'rc the window just removed was put 
u\i. ^\'llcn the addition to the church was projected, the Window 
Coinniittoe accepted a proposition from Mrs. Goodwin to have the 
supervision of puttinc^- in the window undertaken by those who 
had the other changes in charge, and finally appropriated the 
atnoinit on hand fi-.r that purp(;se. 'i'he fund, which at first was 
$2,278, in the meantime under the careful management of Mrs. 
Henry "Wilson, the treasurer, had increased to over S3.000. There 
sfcmed to bo an especial fitness in having for the beginning of the 
second tifty years of the church such a beautiful memorial to him 
to whose exertions and architectural taste and skill it was, under 
God, due that the tlrst fifty years began with so noble a building. 
It is hoped that the church may before many years have within it 
metnorials to other names the parish holds in loving memory. 

The new ciirpet was paid for in part from a fund raised by the 
ladies of the parish a few years since, of which 2^Irs. John Jarvis 
was treasurer, and in part by subscriptions from several of the 
gentlemen. The balance in the hands of the treasurer f<^^r the 
celebration was also appropriated towards the carpet. 
A full description of the improvements is added: 
The ground occupied by the new building covers a space in the 
rear of the church of 92 feet by 42 feet. The principal entrance 
from Church street leads into a hall j}i feet wide, with tiled 
lobby; from thence on the right into a study for the rector, in 
which is a large four-light bay window, dressing-room, closets, etc. 
Opposite to this room is one for the meetings of the vestry, 24 
feet by 15 '2 feet. At the end of the main hall, and on the wall 
facing it, is a monument, removed to the new building, formerly 
erected by the " Episcopal Female Benevolent Society of Hart- 
ford," in memory of Mrs. Mary Morgan, widow of Dr. Titus .Mor- 
gan, who was seventeen years President of the Society. The 
entrance on the west, designed more especially for the children, is 
connected with the main hall and leads to the chapel, which is 55 
feet by 24 feet, with sitting accommodation for about 200 adults, 
che seats being arranged with reversible backs for Sunday-school 
purposes. This room is 17 feet high. The ceiling was made flat 
so as to bring the roof below the sill of the chancel window, and 
is constructed with solid molded oak beams resting on stone 
corbels, the space between them being paneled with ash divided 
by molded ribs. The wooden altar with screen at back, used in 
the church since its erection in ie>29, has beeii put up at the end 



506 CHRIST CHURCH, HAmFOUI). 

of tlie chapel as a relic of the old work. In the IjasL-mcnt in con- 
nection with this room i< a lai:;-e Sunday-sclu.ol library. The 
staircase, which is amply lighted by a four-light v.-indow in the 
upper part, and also by a large skylight, leads froin the first land- 
ing directly into the body of the church through a doorway cut 
through for that purpose. On the second lloor is a fine room in- 
tended for a parish room; this is 40 feet by 24 feet, besides the 
bay-window, which is foiu- feet deep. The window in the gable 
at the end of the room which faces Main street is of three lights, 
with stone tracery in the head. The principal roof timbers, which 
are oak, are exposed to view, and the ceiling carried to the collar 
beams, gives a total height of 17 feet. In c<innection with this 
room are three large closets, one for the use of the Ladies' Mis- 
sionary Society, one for the sewing-school, and one for the 
mothers' meetings. There is in the basement a room for mission- 
ary stores. At the end of the parish room, and in the rector's 
study and robing room, there are brown stone mantels, v/ith 
pressed brick jambs and backs. An entrance fi'om the staircase 
to the north gallery of the chnrch, for the use of the school 
children, has been made by cutting through the wall and forming 
a doorway. The floors throughout are of yellow pine, and the 
rooms are wainscoted in ash, and all the v/oodwork of doors, 
trimmings, etc., is of the same material. The windows through- 
out are filled with cathedral glass in ornamental pattern?^ of various 
tints set in lead v/ork, and were furnished by Charles Booth of 
New York. An opening has been made in the west wall of the 
church, and a lofty molded arch of Ohio stone inserted in it; the 
jambs consist of one central and two angle columns, with molded 
bases, capitals, etc., the centre cohunns are stopped half-way 
d')wn the iambs by carved heads: the archivolt is deeply molded 
with a label molding st(->pped on carved heads. On account of the 
size of the ground the chancel could only be made abotit 16 feet 
in depth, and 20 feet in width. The roof is of oak in the form of a 
barrel vault with moulded ribs and elaborately carved bosses at 
their intersection. On the south side of the chancel is a large rob- 
ing room, wliich is entered through a molded stone arched door- 
way. The fioor of the chancel is carried on two large iron girders 
with brick arches between them, and is raised above the platform 
at the end of the nave by four stone steps to the level of the inner 
chancel. The si)ace between the steps and v/all is laid with Min- 
ton's encaustic tiles, and the walls skirted with a molded base of 
Tennessee marble. 



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The brass lectern, which .^tnnds on the plattonn in tlie form of 
an eagle. Avas made by John Hardinan & Co. of Birmingham, Eng- 
land, and the chancel g'as-fixtures were made by the same firm. 
The prayer desk is of carved oak; tlic ends of the seats are richly 
paneled and are finished with excpiisitely carved poppy heads. 
The pulpit is placed on the north side of the church arch, and is 
also of oak richly paneled and carved. The altar is a beautiful 
specimen of workmanship; it is of oak 6'i feet long by 2 feet 3 
inches wide, the front is divided into three panels by small but- 
tresses, in tlie center one is a large maltese cross, in that on the 
right are tlie letters, I. H. S., and in the other, C. H. R., the Greek 
initial letters of our Lord's name " Jesus Christ." Under the slab, 
on which are carved t u e crosses, is inscribed in raised letters, 
" This do in remembrance of me." These pieces of furniture were 
made and carv'cd by Ellin & Kitson of Xew York. For the lectern 
a large Bible has been provided, and for the prayer desk and altar 
handsomely bound prayer books and hymnals. 

A fund had been accumulating for some time for a stained- 
glass window, v,-hich the Parish v,-as desirous of putting up to the 
memory of a former rector of the Church — the Rev. Dr. "Whea- 
ton. The subject chosen v/as the Transfiguration of our Blessed 
Lord, and the stone work of the chancel window was accordingly 
designed with special reference to it. It is a window of three 
lights, with perpendicular stone tracery in the head, divided by a 
transom. The execution of this glass was entrusted to the well- 
known artists, Messrs. Heaton, Butler & Bayne of London, and 
they have succeeded in making a most glorious and enduring work 
of art of which the Church may well be proud. In the center 
light above the transom is a figure of our Blessed Lord with His 
hand uplifted in the act of blessing ; on the right is Moses with 
the stone tablets, and on the left Elias holding a book. The 
three disciples. Peter, James, and John, with awe-struck faces, 
fill the lower lights. In the borders surrounding the figures are 
numberless angels. The color of the wh'ile window is rich and 
harmonious, and will repay a careful study. 

The Reredos, which is the gift of Dr. Gurdon W. Russell, the 
senior warden of the Ch.urch, is of Caen, stone ; it consists of 
three bays, with canopied heads, decorated with carved crockets 
and tinials, divided by pinnacled buttresses. In the center bay, 
which is recessed, is cut in relief a large cross resting on three 
steps set in a groundwork of carved dia])er. Above this, in the 
head of the arch, is the Sanctus Spiritus in the form oi a dove, 
.which is carved in full relief. The side bays are paneled, and the 



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super altar is insciil^cd wiHi tlic wurcis iimi.v. holv, khm-, cni in 
relief. Tlic crodonce table for the holy vessels is of Ohio stone 
recessed ia the north wall of the eliancol ; a carved bracket forms 
the lower shelf, tlie liead is cuspod, and in the spandrils above 
are carved the gra[)evine and ears of wheat. This is a jvift from 
the Misses Watrous. iii memory of their father, Seymour Watroxis. 
and their sister. Rebecca Webster Watrous. The communion rail 
of oak with wrought brass standards is the g'ift of Miss P>nnley. 

A brass tablet is placed on the north wall of the chancel op- 
P'">site the door to the robin;;- ro(.>ni, with tliis inscription : 

" In memory of 

J.VMES ("lOODWIN. 

Born ^h^^cll 2, 1S03. Died Marcli 15, 1S7S." 

The exterior of the new buildings is designed to be of a do- 
mestic style of architecture, of a somewhat later date than that 
of the church. The walls are built of Portland stone through- 
out, and all the jambs, mullions, and tracery of windows are of 
the same material. The faces of the walls are built in random 
work with square beds and heads with a rock face, and the dress- 
ings are tooled. Tlie building has been thoroughly protected by 
copper lightning rods, put up by Denniston & Wallace. In the base- 
ment is placed the boys' water-closet, which is paved with blue- 
stone tiles. The cellar floor is of PZnglish Portland cement. In the 
cellar are two furnaces, for heating the chapel and Parish building, 
and a sink. Each room in the new building has been completely 
furnished for the use to which it is to be put, and for the security of 
the Parish records a fiie-proof safe, made by Marvin & Co., has 
been provided. The new platform has been covered with a rich 
Axminster carpet, and a new carpet laid in the church. The con- 
tractors for the different works v/ere : Mason, Watson Tryon ; 
carpenter, John C. Mead, both of this city, and carvers, ElHn & 
Kitson of New York ; the plumbing and gas fitting by James 
Ahern ; iron work by George S. Liiicoln ^- Co. and John Shepard ; 
furnaces by Olds 6; Whipple ; gas lixtures by the Bradley vV- Hub- 
bard Manufacturing Company of Meriden, Conn.; carpets and 
cushions by Talcott & Post ; furniture by Robbins Brothers. The 
whole v.-ork has been done in a thorough manner, and is very 
creditable to all engaged in it. Mr. Charles W. Sprague has been 
the very etricient superintendent of the works. The whole of the 
designs were made and have been carried out under tlie superin- 
tendence of Mr. Fredei-ick C. Withers, of 71 [^roadway. Xew 
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No. 9. 
Memorial WinihKVS in the Chitrcli. 
Tlic memorial windows are all under the K^il!--'!'}' : there are 
four of them on the north side of the cliurch. 

I. Commcncini; at the northwest, and tlie first to bo put in 
place, is tliat to Isaac Toucey and his wife, Catherine. The subject, 
tlic TuMKt M.vuvs AT THF. ToMi!. is artisticallv treated, and the 
colors are very pleasing, being bright and clear. >rakers, Lavers, 
Barround, & Westlake. London. "Be not alTrighted; ye seek 
Jesus of Nazareth which v.-as crucified; he is risen; he is nut here: 
Behold the plaee wliL-re they laid him." 

EN'] i:ri'.l> into rest. 
Isaac Toucey, 30 July, 1S69, aged 72 years. 
Catlierine Toi/cey, 13 August. 1871, aged 69 years. 

:;. ThF PRF.SF.NTATtOX OF CHRIST IX THE TEMPI. E. " Thcy 

brought Mini to Jerusalem to present Him to the Lord." 
Geo>\i,-e JJeac/i, born November 29, lySS; died May 3, 1S60. 
Harriet Bradley Beach, burn June 27, i79-: tlied July 16. 1826. 
,}far:a Xicl:ols Beacli, born May 10, 1799; died November 15. 

1S45. Makers, Heaton, Butler & Bayne. London. 

3. Baptism of CuRisr. "Then cometh Jesus from Galilee 
to Jordan uiito Juhn, to be baptized oi him." 

To the Glory of God, and in loving memory of my h^:sband, 
Daniel GooJi.'in. Died July 20, 1876. H.. B. cV- B. 

4. AxiT-.i.s OF THE NAiivriv. "And there were Shepherds 
abiding in the field, keeping watch over their tlocks by night." 

H., B. & B. 

Mr. M. B. Copeland of Middlctown. long a friend of Mr. Wilson, 
was requested to prepare a sketch of this window, and kindly 
furnished the following. After describing the Memorial which 
had been placed in St. James Church. Greenfield, Mass.. and the 
service in commemoration. 'Sir. Copeland says: 

[This occasion, so full of interest, most naturally suggested to many 
present thu litness of placing an equally significant Memorial in Christ 
Church, Hartford, where so large a portion of ^[r. WiUon's life was 
spent, and where the best of his life work was done. 

Action to this en<l was inuuediatfly taken. A committee was formed 
of which the Rev. Mr. Nichols, rector of the parish, was Chairman. 
They took the matter in charge, and tlicir di.scussions and deliberations 
rt-sulttj'l in the Uxin;.;- upon a Mt-morial Window, as the most desirable 
form to adi.pt, and it was de-.-idcd to give opportunity lirst of all to the 
late music-punils of Mr. Wilson so far as they could be reached, to 
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WHS rcspoiulefl to with cheerful prmnptness and p;cnerosity on all sides. 
The amount of these contributions was supplemented by those of a 
number of personal friends. De-iiicns for the work were Kolicitcd. 
Christ Church Parish had long previously decided that all Memorial 
Windows to be accepted, must in their character have reference to some 
incident connected Vvith. the life of Christ, and as a typ:c;d example of 
y\r. Wilson's genius was the Christmas Cantata "And tiierc were shep- 
herds abidin;..; iu the f.eMs." the " .Xnj^els of the Nativity " was adopted as 
the subject of the wi-.i^'nw. An order for the work was ;.;i.-vn to Messrs. 
Ileaton, P-utler \- Bayne of I.ondi.n, who designed tiic bear.tit'u!, hii^hly 
artistic sjlass that now adorns Christ Church, beinv,' the fnst window on 
the North side of the Church, appropriately near to the then organ 
gallery. 

In ;lie upper portion of the window appear the angelic host sounding 
forth the Gloria in E.vcelsis. and underneath are the shepherds with their 
flock, the figures all most carefully studied and artistically presented. 
The work is of a very high order. 

The inscription'reads : 

" To the Glory of God and the Dear Memory of 

HENRY WILSON. 

Born A.I). December 2, i?23, Died January S, 1S7S, Organist of this 

Church, 1S55-1S77. 

THIS WINDOW IS A.N- OKFKKlNr, KKOM HIS Pflll-S .WD FKIKNl'S." 

The completion of tlie window was the occasion of a memorial service 
held in Christ Churcli on New Year's day, iSn- The church was filled to 
overflowing. The Rev. Mr. Nichols conducted the service, assisted by 
the Rev. Mr. Huntingion of St. James Church, Hartford, and the Rev. 
Mr. Finch of St. Jaines Church, Greenfield. Mass. The address of the 
rector was verv impressive and admirably suited to the occasion. The 
musical portion of the service was most feelingly rendered by the well- 
known "Christ Churcii Quartette" so intimately associated with Mr. 
WiL^on and his music. His anthems, chants, and hymns sung by them 
at this time, they had sung many times under his inspiring leadership ; 
most of them, indeed, were written by him for their v<jices. 

The Rev. Dr. Br.rton of the Park Congregational Church, a particu- 
larly dear and long-time friend of Mr. Wilson, and a member of the 
Memorial Committee, read in behalf of the Committee, an exquisitely 
worded expression of their great satisfaction at the cordiality with 
which they had been supported in their work, by the pupils and friends 
of Mr. Wilson. cKpressing also thankfulness that it had been their 
privilege to take part in a work so satisfactory and so sanctitied by tender 
recollections. A deep sense of appreciation and of obligaticMi was 
expressed for tlie valuable services of the Choir who had by their singing 
so materially cmtributed to the enrichment and the hallowed character 
of the service. Mllvi.n E. Copli-and] 



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5. Tin: MF.f.Tixr, r>i- Xa'iii ami.i.. On the south side of the 
Chtirch, coimnencing at the east, "r.r.iioi.ji an IsRAii.nr, i\- 

m.l.D IN' WHOM IS Ni> (.L'H.I." 

T(; the (iu.ivy of God, and in memory uf niy beloved liusband, 
Flarii/s A. J^rcK.'ii, horn Augi'.st 31, 1S06 ; died February i, 1880. 

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6. Till-: Rlsl'RRECT(()N. " Lift up your heads. O ye ;^Mtcs, and 
the King" of Glory shall come in." 

In loving memory of my husband, Cf/urics I/arvtv Xortham, 
b'>ru Deeember 21, 1707; died November 12, 1881. 

7. Thk walk To E.mmaus. "Abide with, us for the day is far 

spent." 

Cornelia Riiss. 

JoJui D. A'l/ss. J/.n., 

and Hornet Russ, liis wife, 

JoJiannah E. Russ. ciiARi.ni Booth. \. v. 

S. Ad()U.\ti.';)N (jt 1 he Magi. "The Gentiles shall come to 
Tiiy light and kings to tlie brightness of Thy rising." 

To the Glory of God, and in lovin.g memory of our fatlier and 
mother. 

John AJarns 7'a in/or, hovu April 22, iSoo; died November 15. 
1S62. 

Adeiia Croade, his wife, born June 24. 1S04; died December 12, 
iSSi. 

And of their daughter, 

Louisa Taiiitor Knceland, born July 2S, 1832, died !May 4. 1S91. 

After the removal oi a portion of the gallery, this window was 
filled in with stained glass to the top, by Miss Taintor. 

On the north wall of the church are two Memorial Tablets, an 
ornamented one of marble, to Mrs. Lydia Huntley Sigourney, 
placed near the seat she was accustomed to occupy; the inscrip- 
tion is as follows : 

In LoviNf, Mkmdkv 

of 
LvniA PU'NiLEV Sk;olrnev 

1791 — ■ 1865 

"She opened her .\iolth wmh \Visin)>t and in her Tongue 

WAS IHE LAW OF KlNDNESS." Prov : xxxi : 26 : 

"She: san<;: ai.onk: ere: w i i.manhodd ; had; known; the: 
gift: of; ,soNi;; which: iii.ls; ini:; air; to; d.vv : Tender: and; 
sweet: a music : all; her; own; may; hifv; linger: where: 
SHE : knelt : to : frav : " John g. whittier. 



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The other is a \avg;c cross of brass. pUiced upon a polislicd slab 
of Irish green marble, with tliis inscription : 

To inn GiiiFY OF God 
(Tfiif in loving memory of 

SaMUF.I. BaRWICK: liERPlSl-OUD 

uSo6 — 1S73 

ANi> Mar\- Stuart, his wikf. 

(S06 — 1891. 

Nr.Mr.FRKD win I 

THV SaI.VTS 

IX Glory 

ICVFRI.ASTIXG. 

In the year 1S91 a window was erected by Jai-ies J. Goodwin 
and Francis Goodwin in memory of their father, James Goodwin, 
their mother. Lucy Morgan Goodwin, and their sisters. Sarah 
Morgan Brownell and Mary Goodwin. 

The ])osition selected was on the west wall of the church, south 
of the Chancel Arch. In order to give the effect of a transept, 
the gallery was removed from the western bay of the south aisle, 
and the window, which was formerly short, was lengthened to 
correspond with those on the south side, but as there was light 
only over the upper part, the lower half of the window was filled 
with painted tiles. The jambs, mullions. and tracery are in 
Portland stone. 

The subject illustrated in the window is Faith, Hope, and 
Charity, and a rendering of the XXXI chapter of Proverbs, 
suitable to the memory of a good woman, wife, and mother. 
" Her children arise up and call her blessed." In the tracery is a 
glory or hah.) with clouds of Cherubim and Seraphim. The design 
was made by one of the best English artists in pain Led glass, 
and executed by Heaton. Butler & Bayne of London. The 
architectural work was designed by Mr. Frederick C. Withers of 
Xew York. 

Xo. lo. 
[The money collected for a memorial to Miss Mary Goodwin 
was used in placing a reredos over the altar \\\ the chapel. It is 
over 7 feet long and 4 feet high, and is divided into three panels 
--a large central panel and two narrow panels — one on each 
side. These panels are tilled with sti.ne mosaic pictures illustrat- 
ing the good works of Dorcas. The art of mosaic, which is the 



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art of putting- together small cubes or /(ssuric — a^ the pieces of 
hard stones, marbles, and glass are called — is of very ancient 
date, and was known to the Egyptians and the Assyrians. The 
book of Esther tells us that beds of g'old and silver in the palace 
of Shushan stood " upon a pavement of red and blue and white 
marble." In Pompeii are to be found all varielies of stone mo- 
saic, known lo either Greek or Roman. The central panel of the 
reredos represents Dorcas giving clothes and food to the poor, 
and the side panels bear the legend, " This woman was fidl of 
good works." which is i.in a scroll twined around a branch of 
lilies," and alms deeds which she did "on a scroll twined around 
a branch of passion llowers." These mosaic panels are framed in 
polished Irish-green marble. Cut i!i the marble underneath the 
pictures is th.e inscription — 

To 'J'nt Olorv ..if God 

A N D 

In loving mf.morv of Marv Gooiiwix, horx 9 Ai'ril, 1846. 
Dn.D 28 OcToiiF.R, 1880. 

The entire reredos was made from designs by George Keller, 
architect, by Messrs. Burke 6c Co., of Chicago and London. The 
cartoons for the pictures were made by an English artist, Mr. 
Alexander Booker of London. 

A brass cross upon the altar in memory of Charles T. Russ, 
a much-loved superintendent of the Sunday-school, has been 
placed there from contributions of the teachers and scholars, and 
this inscription. 

IN LOVING MF.MORV 
OF 

Charles Tru.mbull Russ. 

Born January 16, A.D. 1S53. 

Died May 2, A.D. i88r. 

From tlic Sunday School. 

" God is Love." G. K.J 

Other gifts in the chapel are two windows from Mrs. Lucy >f. 
Goodwin, made by H., B. & Bayne, the one with the subject, 
"The Three Marys at the Tomb," and the other v/ith the text, 
" I am the resurrection and the life, he that believeth on me, 
though he were dead, yet shall he live." 

A new organ was placed in the church in 1SS9, at a cost of 
$6,700. This was secured by numerous subscriptions, a gentle- 
man of the parish having offered to double the amount thus ob- 
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514 CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 

No. II. 

Dr. Hoaclly in hi.-^ Annals of the Parish, refers to the services 
performed by Rev. Roc;er Viets in Hartford between 1764 and 
1775. His brother. Mr. George IC. Hoadley, has fnrnished nie with 
a copy of the same, which is here printed. He wa-^ a missionary 
of the S. P. G., and was rector of St. Andrew's Church in Sims- 
bury, and ofriciated in many places in that neighborhood. He 
resided near the church, in that part of the town called Scotland, 
where he had gathered a large congregation ; it was so near to 
Hartford that it v/as imdoubtedly visited by many of those who 
wished their children to be baptized, or were desirous to be joined 
in marriage. This record of services by him will be read with 
intcrest'by many, and no apology is needed for placing it in this 
history. 

Baptized by Rev. Ro<^er V/e/s. — Residence, Harf/ord. 

At Hartford, Jan. 16, 1764, a child of Tinintiiy Phelps, named Willi'am. 
St. Andrews, Aug. 26, 1764, a male child of James Mookley of Hartford, 
named William ; a male child of William Smith of Hartford, named 
John. 
Hartford, Jan. 2-, 176;, private, a female child of Naucy, servant of Mr. 

Knox, nam.e-fl Sarah ; ill. 
Hartford, Sept. S, 1765, a male child of Nehemiah Clarke, named Oliver 

Mendey. 

Hartford, Nov. 24, 17C5, a female child of Hezekiah Collier named Martha. 

" " " " " " Margaret. 

" " " " " Katharine. 

" male " " " " William. 

" " " " Daniel. 

" female " David Bull " Katy. 

Sally. 

" male " William Gardner " James. 

Hartford Feb. 11, 1766, private, a male child of Margaret Curtis, named 

John Phillips ; ill. 
Hartford, Mareh 2, 1766, a n^ale child of Thomas Burr, named James. 
Hartford, April 13. i7ro, a male child of William Smith, named William. 
Hartford, Mav i3, 1766, a male chil<l of Kleazer Pomroy, nani'^d Samuel 

Willian;. 
H.artford, July 13, I7f'>6. Dorothy Martin, an adult. 

Hartford, July 17, 1766, a female child of John Walker, named Martha. 
Scotland, June 14, 1767, a male child of James 3i[ookley of Hartford, 

named John. 
Hartford, March 10, 1763, private, a female child of Timothy Phelps, 
named Sarah. 



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Harttoi-a, ^raI■ch lo, 176S, private, a female child c.f Rebecca Carhvell. 

namc-a Maiy? 111. 
Scotland. July 10. 176S. a male child of William Smith of Hartford, 

named George. 
Hartford, Jan. 25. 1771. private, a male child of Timothy Phelps, named 

Enos. 
Hartford, July 24, 1774, a female child of Neil McLean, named Hannah. 

" male ^^"J^^- 

Hartford, Oct. 12, 1774, private, in sickne?;s. an adult named Mary An- 

Scotland". June 2:;. i775, a fen:ale child of , Hartf.)rd. named Mar>'. 

.' .. male " William Smith of Hartford, 

named Robert. 
Hartford, July 10, iSoo, a male child of George Lee, named George Jan- 

nings. 
Hartford, July 14, iSoo, a male child of Theodore Wadsworth. named 

Theodore. 

Hartford. July 14, i^oo, a male child of Theo. Wad.sworth. named Harry. 

.. .< " " DaN-id Colville, " David. 

,. ,. .. .. >i " " Timothy. 

,. ,, .. •' .' " " James. 

"female- " " " " R^^lieU 

c. .. M " " • " Susanna. 

" " Lucy. 

.. .. >' " " Ruth. 
Mary Hurlburt Blinn, an adult. 
Abigail Merrils, 
Rodney Wadsworth, 

a male child of Jas. Wadsworth named xVricl Brace. 

., ,. .; w .; •' " William. 

"female" " " " " ^'^^>'- 

.. .4 <• " " Anna Cadwell. 

Hannah Johnson, an adult. 

Arena Pease, 

Sally Johnson, 

a male child of Shadrach Johnson named William. 

.. .. .i .• " " " Joseph. 

"female ' " F.athsheba. 

,1 .' " " Hannah. 

.. .. .. .< •• " " Maria. 

Bapt-sms, etc.. Copied from the Register in Digby, N. S., iSqs- 
"WiNOSoi; IN CoNNK.criruT, 3"' J"b'. 'Soo 
A male child of Azariah Phelps named Linus. 



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SiMsuuRY tN CoNNKCTiii;r c^'^ July, I Soo 
A feniaic child of Joel Cornish named Violet. 

Truman Stevens named Serena Aliiiira. 

Grani;v in Co.NM.eiicu'r, Gth July, iSoo 
A male child of Timothy Alderman named Reuben. 
John Kingsbury named Lyman. 
" " Ile/.ekiah Skinner named Milo. 

" " Ralph (iriswold named Zophar. 

Sl.M^liUKV, CuNM'.Cl ICUT, Sth Julv, I SOO. 

A male child of Freeman Graham named \\'arren. 

" Harvey. 

A/tirr/ct/ by Rev. Roger I 'lets. 

At Levi Jones' Hartford, Dee. if), 1764, Julius Jones to IClizabcth Dick- 
inson, both of Hartford. 

Hartford, Jan. 31, 1767, Niel McLean to Peg-^^y Kelly, both of Hartford. 

Scotland, July 21, 1734, Zephaiiiah Wel^ster to Huldah Drake, both of 
Hartford. 

Scotland, July 29, 17S4, William Burr and widow Lydia Olcott, both of 
Hartford. 

Scotland, Sept. 10, 17S4, John L'ibbard and Ann Wright, both of Hart- 
ford. 

Scotland, Jan. 25, 1785, Peleg Hill of Sayhrook and Mary Sloane of 
Hartford. 

Scotland, Mch. C', 17S7, Clark Gibbs and Mary Olmsted, both of Hart- 
ford. 

Married by Rev. Ambrose Todd. 

Sept. 13, 179S, Edmon Stanly and Sally Jcffery, Hartford. 

Buried by Rev. Roger I 'iets. 

ILartford, June 9, 1766, William Gardner. 
" July 17. 1766, Martha Walker. 

Co)ifor))iists , Dec, ijo.^. 

Hezekiah Collier of Hartford. 
William Adams " " 
William Jepson '• 
Gideon Bunce 

Mr. Viets was one of the many loyalists wh(^ removed to Nova 
Scotia after the war of the Revoltition. He settled at Digby. 
where was foimded Trinity Church, and here he ofiiciated until 
his death in 181 1. He was an encr^jctic and useful man, whose 
services were valued in an e.x.tensive region of that Province. 



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I )nring- a \-isit. to r>i,L;-by last suinnier an (.•xarninatioii of the parish 
records was made with the hope and expectation of finding some- 
thini^ of value and interest relatincc to the early history of the 
church in Cunneciicut. Tb.at fate which has been common to 
many historical documents also made his papers useful in lighting 
a fire. 

He returned to Connecticut on a visit to his friends in the sinn- 
mer of iSoo and was heartily greeted by them. The record of 
his services while here, which was copied from the register in 
Digby, by G. K. H.. shuws that he v,\ns retained in kindly remem- 
brance. 

♦ Xo. i2. 

The following letters, copied from the letter book of ]Mr. Viets 
at Digby, will be read with interest. 

Xkw Loni)>)N, Nov. 6"", 17S6. 
To the Rc-L'ereud Mr. Viets— and to tJie Church Wardetis of the 
ch-trch lately under his care, 

Gk.nt' 

Trusting to your candour and Regard to the Interest of the Re- 
ligion we profess, we take the Liberty of addressing you on the subject 
of the Church now building in this City. In the attack made by a de- 
tachment of the British Army under Gen. Arnold in the year 17S1, It 
was our verv great misfortune to lose our church in the general Conflag- 
ration of the Town. Had our property been saved the loss of our 
Church would scarcely have been felt ; but the Houses, furniture and 
the greater part of the Property of most of us, shared in the destruction. 
Having however in some degree recovered from the difliculties to which 
we were reduced, and being anxious to enjoy again the publick Service 
and Sacraments of our holy Religion, we have in the Course of the two 
last summers been exerting ourselves to build another Church, and have 
by GOD's blessing accomplished the covering and flooring of it, but our 
members being few and our circumstances reduced, we unhappily find 
ourselves unable to proceed so as ja make it fit for the Service of God 
Alm.ighty, and must for some considerable Time at least, soon lose the 
benefit of what we have done unless we can find some Assistance among 
our humane and benevolent Brethren in the State. We therefore 
earnestly request, you will be pleased to permit and encourage a Collec- 
tion to be made in your Churches for our City, on such Sundays as you 
think proper, and we assure you, we shall not only entertain a gratful 
sense of your kindness, but shall be ready to assist in our turn any dis- 
tressed Congregation that shall suffer under the same or equal disasters. 
We are verv sensible the Congregations of Xorwaik and Fairfield have 






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undergone the same disaster with ourselves, but we trust tlicir Sympathy 
will induce tliem to j^Tve this mark of Compassion for their fellow suffer- 
ers —Wliatcvcr maybe eullected for this good purpose, by being con- 
voyed to tlie Rev. Mr. Jarvis of Middletown, will be forwarded and 
thankfully received, by Rev' Sir and Tientlemcn your affectionate hum- 
ble servants, 

Jonathan Stakk Jun' i 

•' ,, \ Church Wardens. 

ROSWKLL SALlONSrAM. \ 

I do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true and just representation, 
and do heartily recommend it to the particvilar attention of all the Epis- 
copal Congregations in the State. 

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New London, Nov. S-^, 1736. 

REVEKENn AND DkaR Sik, 

I congratulate you on your return to your family from your late voy- 
age,* and on the favourable prospects that were presented to you in Nova 
Scotia. I hope they vrill all be perfectly realized. 

Though your connection with the Congregations formerly under 
your care is dissolved, yet I have taken the liberty to enclose to you the 
application of the congregation of St. James Church in this City, to the 
church Wardens of your late congregation, requesting your favorable 
[answer] t(.> it. 

The ofl'ers of Brothers Jarvis and Hubbard determined me to come 
into the measure, and I should be glad to see it repeated on such emer- 
gencies as will justify it. My best Regards attend fin Vi'\ Victs, accept 
my best wishes, and believe me to be etTectually and sincere 

S. Bp. Connect. 

To the Rcveiend Mr. Roger Viets. 

Clake.munt, Jan. i7'\ iT^T- 
Dear Sir, 

Whereas Mr. Ambr<.5e Cossitt informed this church that it was pro- 
bable they might obtain the Rev. Mr. Viets to be their minister in this 
town, we being anxious to do everything in our power to promote our most 
Holy Religion, and would lose no time in procuring so good a man as Mr. 
Viets— we therefore held a vestry on this day, and after discoursing on 
this subject, came to the following vote, viz.: That the Wardens give 
the Rev. Mr. Viets of Simsbury a call to this Church. We therefore, in 
behalf of said Church, as well as ourselves, do humbly ask the Rev. Mr. 
Viets to make vis a visit in this Town as soon as convenience will admit, 
and tarry with us a few Sundays if convenient v/ith your affairs, in which 
time you can detennine whether you would settle with us or not, which 
favor we shall gratefully acknowledge, as well as think ourselves bcjund 
to compensate for the same. 



• He had been to Nova Scotia some months previously to prepare u place for his 
family at Digby, 






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Wc wonlil also niciition tlK'\t money bciii;^ so scarco this j.art of lliu 
Country we wouM propose paying you in Wheat, Fiour, or Meat vStock, 

We do not mention the Slate of the Chiuch in the several towns on 
Conn. River in this Country, as we suppose Mr. Cossitt has given you a 
particular account. 

To We are Reverend Sir in behalf 

The Reverend Mr. Viets, of the Church your alTectionate 

Sinishurv, Friends and humble servant, 

Connecticut. IIazaki. Wak.nkk. 

ll/'iifl/cK'S. 

Frag nil lit of a letter from Samuel Peters of London to Rev. 
Roger Viets of Digby, Xova Scutia, taken from the letter-book of 
R. V. at Digby, July, 1895, by George H. Hoadley. The first seven 
pages of tlie book are missing. The book eonsists mostly of 
letters from the secretaries of the S. P. G. and R. V.'s letters in 
return. 

. . . "If you had chosen to have gone to New Brunswick, you 
would have enjoyed Parliament grant to that Colony, and not what is 
given to Nova Scotia Colony. The Society have done as well by you as 
by Scovil and Andrews ..^-c, but they could not allow acts of Parliament, 
nor they ever di.scriminate between you and Scovil. They meant to 
have you seat yourselves according to your own wishes and choice, as 
well as possible. Yoti cannot receive any salary cash or before the act of 
Parliament took place, and so early does your salary begin as Dr. Morice 
has written you. I beg that you and all the Clergy of my acquaintance, 
to write your letters to Dr. Morice (as Secretarj-) in such a manner as if 
they were to be printed verbatim and literalim; v.- e were never careful 
enough while in Conu. in forming our public letters, but wrote as if we 
had been writing to a friend, whereas the Society expects formality, as 
among them are sundr>- members not friendly to the Missionaries or the 
Missions, who are members ex otTicio and not by choice. Tell this to our 
good brethren. The Yorkers found this' out and guarded against it, and 
so obtained character better than others who were better men. Governor 
Franklin is sensible, as to his sincerity, you may be a better judge than 
others. His assistance may be useful on your side of the water, but here 
he cannot help you if his friendship extended beyond himself. Whigs 
rule the ruo^t, and will continue to dosouutil the talked of Compensation 
is made to tlie Loyalists. 

Gov. Franklin may be in ofllce again wlien Tories reign again. 

As to my being bishop of Acadia, I do not expect it, but I hope to 
prevent you from being tonriented with a bad and useless bishop. 

The American clergy are here styled Tories, except Duche, Coombes, 
Inglis and R n. and that with the baseless Face, made by the rub- 



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bing on the Stony lltarls of I'ps and great men, sent Chandler \vithout 
a Mitre back to the Jersics, where he will find as much sincerity and 
honour in his light ot" life, as he ever manifested here in the day thereof. 
The painter.-- of old were inspi,rcd when they drew jioor silly fortune 
without eyes, for she knows not what the day will bring forth till the dye 
is cast, it was so from the beginning, and therefore brother Weeks was 
the only man aniong all your friends, who knew how to advise you. 

Teaze not \-ourself about it, but^ like Issachar bow down Vietween 
two burdens, starvation and complaint. Weeks has not always believed 
that whatever is, is right, this idea he learnt from being curate at Halifax, 
and loosing Aimapolis Mission, to show his gratitude to Dr ^lorice and 
me who got him the place, on account of his family and his fair promises 
and praj-ers. When he got to Halifax, he discovered his talents to be 
verj- great, and his orat'iry greater, which Heavenly blessing he could 
not think of hiding under a bushel at Annapolis, as his preaching was 
highly approved of in Halifax, where the " Court was." 

My inf.uence goes no fartlier with the Court or Society than 27 years. 
Experience has gained, and King Ahasuerus, with 127 prisoners under 
him, could not care the gout, rior keep off a single pain, and though he 
rotted in Cloth of tiold, I shall be as well oft" as he, when I sleep in a 
shroud spun by the spider and the worm. L)o you believe that Byles, 
Walter, or Weeks, would vote me to be your Bishop, while each of them 
is bound in his own conscience to vote for himself, they all having had 
their birth in Mass. Bay, and do you think 1 should be of any service to 
your Church and comfort to myself if I was your bishop ? I am not afraid 
nor ashamed to say, I am more able and better qualified to be a bishop 
than many here, and even Prov(jst and White, who were consecrated at 
Lambeth on the 4''' Feb., 17S7, by our own Arch Bi-hop and Bps. " to 
frighten the Beast of Ephesus " (X. London alias). 

The first wonder in tleaven St. John saw while at Patmos, was a 
woman, and the second was Michael and his Angels contending with the 
great red drag<;n and his angels. All I can say n<nv is, '• come and see " 
the Event of — divide et impera — a factious and ruined people. 

If our Bps. and Clergy were as zealous for the Church as the Romish 
Clergy are, we should have no dissenters. My mind glows with zeal for 
the church of my God and the offices thereof, but I am like the impotent 
man, unal'le to help myself, and few or none here doth good. 

If the Church is supported in purity, it will be in your Country, not 
in Europe, and all that supports it now is, the Crairt, wh'j use the Bps. as 
the monkey used the Cat, they all divine for money, and the dissenting 
Whigs love to have it so. When I eonie to you with power, i will do you 
good ; in the meantime, I will not forget our juvenile friendship, nor 
have I done it, altho I have not Ijcen of essentia! .-icrvice to you, and 
therefore merit not your thanks. 



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AI'I'I \I»I\'. 521 

Dr. Warren preached before the Sociely this day. Tie is I'.ishop of 
Banf:Cor, and wa:, only heard by us in his Belly. My dau-hter was safely 
delivered of a son 24"' Jan., 17S7. and 1 am now made old at 50 and J^oing 

on. 

I have tired and worn out my pen to convince you that I have not 
forgot yum- fidelity and friendship. 1 have wTote by tv.-o ships last 
autumn to you. S.-ovil and Andrews we heard of at New London. 

Kiss my si:,tor Phebe her young branches about her table. 

]<walhan Trumbull is dead and went mad to his own place, because 

he had so lived. Judas and he are spans. 

Adieu, dear sir. 

bAMCFi. Peters. 



X<». 13. 
A\-cord of seriiccs to residents of Hartford, by Rc7-. Abraham 
Janis. Rector. Middlctown, furnished by Mr. Charles J. Hoadly. 
This li.st has been verified by Mr. Frank F. Starr, who has made 
some additions ar.d corrections. Mr. Jarvis was rector from July, 
1764. to April. 1709 ; he was also Bishop of the Diocese from Sept. 
iS, 1797. The previous Rector was Rev. Ichabod Camp. 

May)ia.;es from records of Christ Church. Middletown, Conn., 
nov.- known as Church of the Holy Trinity. 

Mar. 19. 177;, George Burr of Hartford and Sarah Joyce of Middletown. 
Jan. 30, 1777, Thomas Hildrup of Hartford and Susannah Hull of 

Wethersfield. 
May 13, 17S6. Richard Butler of Hartford and Lucy Ranney of Middle- 
town. 
Jan. 12. 179=;.* Chas. Butler of Hartford and Fanny Tryon of Hartford. 
May 7, 1796. John McKnight of Hartford and Elizabeth Sandford of 

Middletown. 
Dec. 16, 1796. Salmon Bidwell of Wethersfield and Catharine McLean 

of Hartford. 
Apr. 15. 1707. Xormand Knox of Hartford and Huldah Sage of Middle- 
town. 
Nov. 14, 1 79 V Daniel Br-tler and Mary Kieth. 

Baptisms fr>'m Church records. Chri.st Church, Middletown, 
Conn., now Church of the Holy Trinity. 

Aug. 17, 1766. Thomas Green, son of Thomas of Hartford. (Y' parents 
with Peleg San ford.) 

•Thismarria,:,'e of Charles Hutler on tho Parish Rc^'ister follows a marriage in 
l)«c., 1795, a.i.l i:::n-.e.'.;atcly precedes a nKirria>;e in April, t; A The year is proba- 
bly an error and should be iryO. Possibly the m.-.rriacre is published in the Courant. 



522 CHRIST CIlURfir, ITAKTFoRl). 

Oct. 2u, 1765, William Pratt, son to — - Pratt at Hartford. (1 ):■. Jepson, 
Mr. Mookley and ^[rs. Walker, witc of Mr. Joliii 
Walker.) 

Aug. 19, T770, four infant children at Ilartford. 

Dec. 24, 1775, Eunice, infant dau;.:;litcr of Georti^c and Sarah l^urr of 
Hartford. (The parents.) 

Jan. 23, 1776, Ruth, infant daughter of Trial of ILirtford. (The 

jiarents with wife of Ashbcl }'>arn!:a!;i.) 

Any. 15, 1776, Mary, infant daughter 01 William Adams of Hartford. 
(1 he mother, Mary Adams sister to Mr. Adams and 
■ Hilton of Albany.) 

Juno CO, 1777, Lavinia, daughter of David Bull of Hartford. (The 
mother, \V'ait Plum and his wife.) 

Sept. 27, 1777, Betsey, infant daughter of Robert Braithwaite of Hart- 
ford. (The parents with y wife of W'". Adams.) 

Sept. 27, 1777, Thomas Joslin, infant .son of Thomas Hildrupof Hartford. 
('I'he parents with John Townlcy.) 

Sept. 27, 1777, Polly, infant daughter of V.'iUiam Trial of Hartford. (The 
parents, &c.) 

Dec. 26, 1779, Thomas, infant son of George and Sarah Burr of Hart- 
ford. (The parents and Stephen Ranney.) 

Nov. 14, 17S1, William Henry, infant son of AVilliam Inilay of Hartford. 

Apr. 13, 1731, Allbrait, son of AUbrait Blackwood. (Tlie father, John 
Horlits iiTid y wife Whitebread.) 

Feb. I, 17S3, Rhoda and Charlotte, children of Allbrait Blackwood, 
Hartford. (The parents and wife [of j Jacob Cole.) 

Feb. I, 17^3, JaTiK'S, infant son of Jacob CoR-. (The parents and All- 
brait Blackwood.) 

Aug. 24, 1733, Sally, infant daughter of George and Sarah Burr. (The 
mother, W'ill"' Joyce Joyce.) 

Mar. 10, 1735, Elizabeth Mackey, infant daughter of Jacob Ogden, Hart- 
ford. (The parents and sister.) 

June 22, 17S6, John and Richard, sons of W"' and Mary Imlay, Hartford. 

Feb. 23, 1794, George Stephen, infant son of Richard and Lucy Butler, 
Hartford. (The father, Robert Warner and wife of 
Stephen Ranney Son'r, grandmother.) 

Oct. 26, 1794. Lydia, infant daughter of George and Sarah Burr. (Pri- 
vate, child sick, whooping cough.) 

Sept. 27, 1795, W'". Henrv, son of Samuel jr. and Asenath Marsh, Hart- 
ford. 

Sept. 27, 1795, Gcoige Stephen, son of Richard and Lucy Butler. (The 
fatlier, Stephen Ranney Senr. and Esther, wife of 
Stephen Ranney Junr.) 

^Lay 6, 17S7, Richard Butler, adult. 

May 6, 1737, Ann, inft. dan' of Richard and Mary Butler. (Father, 
Stephen Ranney Senr and his wife, the grandparents.) 

Mar. I, 1739, Richard, irfaiit s'm of Richard and Lucy Butler. (Father, 
Stephen Ranney Senr and his wife, the grandparents.) 

May S, 1 791, Walter, infant son of Richard and Lucy Butler. (Father, 
Stephen Ranney Scar and his wife, the graudpareuLs.) 



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Xo. 14. 

[This iiagc is taken by permission from the Report of the Connecticut liranch of the Women's 
Auxiliary to the li'iard of Missions, i?95.] 

Dr. Sui:u!ti Scabiiiy, f)isbo/< of Conned icitf anJ 

First l^Lshop of the Aiih'ri'.aii Church, 

Co)isccrateJ in Ahcrdecn, ScotLinJ, 

on the i^ih of Noirniber, lyS.j. 




NOVI ORBIS APOSTOL» SIT NOMEN PERENNE 



SEABURYS MITRE: IN TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD, CONN. 



This mitrt; with its crowia of thorn, 

Its cross upon the front ; 
Not for a proud adorning worn, 

But for the battle's brunt : 
This helmet — with Salvation's sign, 

Of one whose shield was faith ; 
This crown — of him, for right di\-ine 

Who battled unto death ! 



Oh ! keep it — till the moth shall wear 

Its comeliness to dust, 
Type of a crown that's laid up where 

There is nor moth nor rust ; 
Type of the Lord's commission given 

To this, our Western shore ; 
The rod of Clirist — the keys of heaven. 

Through one, to thousands more. 

A. C. CoxE, 
Bp. of Western NeitJ York. 



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CIIUISl- CIIUKCII, iiARTKnun. 



ORDINATIONS IN CHRIST CHURCH, 



l.\ 'IHK FIRST CHUKC 

Birdseye G. Noble. 
Jonathan M. Wdinwiight, 
John Scllon, 
John ^^'. Cloud, 
Joseph T. Cl;irk. 
James A. Fox, 
George A. Shcltnn, 
George b. Shepherd, 
William 11. Lewis. 
Norman Pinnoy, 
John S. Stone, 

* Jacob Oson, 

* Jacob Oson. 
AVilliani H. J add, 
Horatio Potter, 

IN THE 

* Edward Jones, 

* Gustavus V. Ca-sar, 
Gurdon S. Coit, 

* Edward Jones, 

* Gustavus V. Ca-sar, 
John Morgan, 
George J(jnes. 
Levi Hanaford Corson, 
Joseph Scott, 
Thomas J. Davis, 
Allen C. Morgan, 
Samuel S. Lewis, 
William H. Walter, 
Robert A. Hallam. 
William P. Curtis, 
Joseph Scott, 
William P. Curtis, 
James A. Bc/Ues, 
Samuel Starr, 
Caleb S. Ives. 
Isaac Smith, 



H i-:i)ii"ici-: oi' Till-: parish. 



Deacon, 


June 


2, lSl2 


Priest, 


Aug. 


]6, 1S17 


Priest, 


Dec. 


5, 1S24 


Deacon, 


Jan. 


.?, 1826 


Priest, 


June 


14, 1826 


Priest, 


Aug. 


3, JS26 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


3. 1S26 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


3, I?26 


Deacon, 


Jan. 


21, 1S27 


Deacon , 


June 


6, 1S27 


Deacon, 


June 


6, 1S27 


Deacon, 


Feb. 


15, i32S 


Priest, 


Feb. 


16, 1S2S 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


9, 1S2S 


Priest, 


Dec. 


14, 1S2S 


'RKSEXT CHURCH. 






Deacon, 


Aug. 


6, 1S30 


Deacon , 


Aug. 


6, 1S30 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


8, 1S30 


Priest, 


Sept. 


5, 1S30 


Priest. 


Sept. 


5. 1S30 


Deacon, 


Oct. 


2, 1830 


Deacon, 


Jan. 


16, 1S31 


Deacon, 


Jan. 


16, 1S31 


Deacon, 


June 


I, 1S31 


Deacon, 


Sept. 


4, 1S31 


Deacon , 


Nov. 


27. 1331 


Dracon, 


June 


10, 1S32 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


2, 1032 


Deacon, 


Aug. 


2, 1.S32 


Deacon. 


Aug. 


2. 1832 


Priest, 


Sept. 


28, 1332 


Priest, 


Sept. 


25, 1832 


Deacon, 


Marcl 


1 24 1533 


Deacon, 


July 


7. J'^33 


Deacon, 


July 


7. 1^33 


Deacon, 


July 


7. 1S33 



Men of color. 



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John 1 ). Smith, Deacon, 

Oliver llopson. Deacon, 

George Burgess, Priest, 

Eben Iidwards Beardsley, Deaci^n, 

Joseph H. Tyler, Priest, 

John H. Rouse, Priest, 

David 1:1 . Short, Deacon, 

George Bent>:>n, Deacon, 

Amos p.. Beach, Deacon, 

Edward J. Dark in, Deacon, 

Alonzo B. Chapin, Deacon, 

Zebediah Hyde Mansfield, Deacon, 

Jlenry B. Sherman, Deacon. 

Alfred Lee, Priest, 

David Ogden, Priest, 

Henry Fitch, Priest, . 

Thomas G. Salter, Deacon, 

James D. Mead, Deacon, 

Charles Fox, Deacon, 

Alonzo B. Chapin, Priest, 

ServiUus Stocking, Priest, 

Daniel Shepherd, Deacon, 

James Roosevelt Bayley, Deacon, 

Sabura S. Stocking, Deacon, 

Robert M. Chapman, Priest, 

Samuel T. Carpenter, Priest, 

Zebediah H. Mansfield, Priest, 

Pascal P. Kidder, Deacon, 

William F. Morgan, Deacorj, 

George H. Nicholls, Deacon, 

John Purves, Priest, 

Charles W. Everest, Deacon, 

Frederic Miller, Jr., Deacon, 

Joshua D. Berry, Deacun, 

* Augustus W. Hanson, Deacon, 

Charles W. Everest, Priest, 

William H. Frisbie, Deacon, 

William E. Vibbert, Deacon, 

James J. Bowden, Deacon, 

Alfred B. Beach, Deacon, 

James Stephenson, Deacon, 
Baylies P. Talbot, Deacon. 

Joseph Moore Wait, Deacon, 
Cornelius R. Dutfie, Deacon. 

G. X. Slack, Deacon, 



July 


7. 


1S33 


July 


7. 


1S33 


Nov. 


2, 


1S34 


Aug. 


11. 


i^^35 


Aug. 


II. 


i?35 


Aug. 


1 1, 


1S35. 


July 


I'j. 


1S36 


July 


lo. 


1S36 


Julv 


lo, 


1S36 


July 


lO, 


1S36 


June 


12, 


1S53 


June 


12, 


1S58 


June 


12, 


1S33 


June 


12, 


1S3S 


June 


12, 


1S35 


June 


12, 


1S33 


Dec. 


l6, 


183S 


June 


II. 


1S39 


June 


11. 


1539 


June 


11. 


1S39 


June 


II. 


1S39 


Aug. 


23. 


1S39 


Oct. 


23. 


XS39 


Dec. 


22, 


1339 


Dec. 


22, 


1339 


March 


iS, 


1S40 


March 


iS, 


1840 


July 


3< 


1040 


May 


12, 


1S41 


June 


s, 


1S41 


June 


s. 


1S41 


Aug. 


/ . 


1S41 


Oct. 


27> 


1S41 


Dec. 


2. 


1841 


July 


10, 


1342 


May 


17. 


1S43 


July 


2 


1S43 


Feb. 


14 


1S45 


June 


29 


1845 


June 


29 


1343 


June 


29 


1S45 


June 


29 


1545 


June 


29 


1S45 


June 


29 


1S45 


June 


29 


1S45 



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CIIKIST CllUrXIl, HARTKOKD. 



George Jarvis Gcor, Deacon, 

William Hcrvey CMark, Deacon, 

Abel Ogdoii, Jr., Deacon, 

Charles Richmond Fisher. Deacon, 

[* Eli W. S'Lokes, Priest, 

David P. Sanford, Priest, 

Timothy Jarvis Carter, Deacon, 

Charles Richmond Fisher, Priest, 

William Lon.cc, Priest, 

Abram N. Littlejohn, Priest, 

Robert C. Rogers, Priest, 

Frederick Sill, Deacon, 

Edward Octavius Flagg, Deacon, 

Collis I. Potter, Deacon, 

Nathaniel Lyon Garfield, Priest, 

Reuel H. Turtle, Deacon, 
Edward Jess;;p, ' Deacon, 

Collis I. Potter, Priest, 

George White Home, Priest, 

David F. Lumsden, Deacon, 

William Rudder, Deacon, 

George T. Rider, Deacon, 

William K. Douglas, Deacon, 

William H. Studley, Deacon, 

John T. Huntington, Deacon, 

Hiram Stone, Deacon, 

William L. Bostwick, Deacon, 

John Brainard, Deacon, 

Francis T. Russell, Deacon, 

John C. Jacobi, Deacon, 

Robert Meech, Priest, 

Samuel Hart, Priest, 

James Brainard Goodrich, Priest, 

Charles H. B. Tremaine, Priest, 

Frank Henry Church, Priest, 

John Henry McCrackan, Priest, 

Seaver Milton Holden, Priest, 

Schureman Halsted Watkins, Priest, 

Walter Theodore Cavell, Deacon, 

Total number ordained in old church, Deacons q, 

" " " present church, " 71, 

" " " botli churches, " So, 

" of ordinations, 120. 

On Sunday, October 31, 1347, the Rev. George Burg 

consecrated Bishop of Maine in Christ Church. 



June 29 

June 29 

June 29 

Dec. 21 

Jan. 19, I 

Nov. 8 

Feb. 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

April 

April 

May 

May 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

li larch 25 

Dec. 14 

June 15 

June 23 

June 2S 

June 2? 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

Priests 6 
" 34 
" 40 



;.ss, D.D., was 



?4S 
845 
S45 
S45 
S46] ? 
[S46 
[S47 
[847 
1S47 
[S49 
:S49 
[S49 

[S49 
S49 
[S49 
[S50 
[S50 
1050 
[S50 
[S51 
[851 
'?53 
[S53 

tS53 
'S53 
[S53 
(353 

IS56 

[S67 

IS70 

1870 

[S70 

tSS6 
[S36 
:SS6 
[SS6 
[S95 



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APPENDIX. 



527 



DIOCESAN CONVENTIONS. 

The Convention of the Diocese of Connecticut met in Chrir-t Chnrch in 
the years 1S12, 1S20, 1S25, 1S27, 1S29, 1S31, 1S36, 1S33, 1S39, 1S41, 1S43, 
1847, 1S49, i?54, 1S59, 1S66, 1S70, 1374, iSSo, 1SS2, 1S8S, 1S93. 



RECTORS OF CHRIST CHURCH 

Menzies Ra\Tier, 

Philander Chaie, D.I)., 

Jonathan M. V.'ainwright, D.D., D.C.L., 

Thomas C. Brownell, D.D., LL.D., 

Nathaniel S. Wheatou, D.D., . 

Hugh Smith, D.D., . 

George Burgess, D.D. , 

Peter S. Cbauncey, D.D., . 

Thomas M. Clark, D.D., LL.D., 

Richard M. Abercrombie, D.D., 

George H. Clark, D.D., . 

Robert Meech 

William F. Nichols, D.D.. . 
Floyd W. Tomkins, Jr., 
Lindall W. Saltonstall, 

The following clergymen have also been temporarily 
the parish : 

Henry M. Mason, 

Silas Totten, D.D., 

Thomas W. Coit, D.D., LL.D., 

John Williams, D.D., LL.D.. 

Edward Goodridge, 

Charles H. B. Tremaine, 

John T. Huntington, 

William M. Chapin, 

Robert Hudson, 

Wm. H. Moreland, 

John H. McCracken, 

Allan E. Beeman, 

J. J. Burd, 

Robert Harriss, 

Charles A. Henscll, 

James P. Faucon. 



1801-1S11 
1S11-1S17 
1817-1819 
1S19-1821 
1S20-1S31 
1832-1833 
1S34-1S47 
1S4S-1S50 
1S51-1S55 
1856-1861 
1S62-1867 
1867-1S74 
1877-18S8 
18S9-1891 
1S91- 

connected with 



CIIKISr CHURCH, irARTKOlU). 



William Imlay, 

John Morgan, 

Michael Bull, 
Daniel Olcott. 
Michael Olcott, 
Jeremy Hoadley, 

Charles Sicjuurney, 
vSaniucl Tudor, 

George Berich, 

Xathau Morgan, 

James M. rioodwiii, 

Roswell Bartholomew, 
William H. Imlay, 
Isaac Perkins, 

Samuel H. Huntington, 
Cypriati Nichols, 

Dudley Buck, 

WiUiam T. Lee. 

Denison Morgan, 

Ebenezer Flower, 
Isaac Toucey, 
Zephaniah Preston, 

Thomas T. Fisher, 
Chester Adams, 

William F. Tuttle, 
Elisha Johnson, 
Charles Benton, 
John S. Gray, 
William Mather, 



WARDF.XS. 

vScnior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 
Jimior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Senior, 
Junii>r, 
Senioi', 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 
Senior, 
Junior, 
Junior, 



7S6-1S00 

S01-1S03 

736-iSoo 

S01-1819 

S03-1S04 

805-1812 

S13-1818 

S19-1S20 

326 

S2o~i325, iSi-S 

S21-1S25, 1S2S, 1844 

S34-1S3G, 1S39 

S26, 1845 

S27 

327. 1S30 



829, 1838 
S29 

S30 
S3I 

332-1833 

S32-IS33 

S34-IS36 

S37 

S3S, IS4I-1S43 

S44-IS49 

339 

840 

840 

S4I-I343, I35I-IS54 
346-1 S49 

S50 

850-1353 

S;9-i36o 

S54-1856 

866-1S67 

855-1858, 186S-1370 

S57-1358 

S59-1S60 

36i-iS66, 1873 

S61 

S62-IS63 






.J,, i.)'' f:i..('ij // 



Charles H. Xorthani, 

Siniou I'ov.le, 

Sylvester G. Farnhani, Jr., 

Flavins A. Brown, 

Lorenzo B. Goodman, 

George Beach, 

I)avid T. Lanman, 

Gurdon W. Russell, 

L. W. Clarke, 

George Ellis, 

John F. Tracy, 



APPENDIX. 




529 


Senior, 


1S64-1867 




Junior, 


1S64-1S65 




Junior, 


1S6S-1S70 




Senior, 


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Junior, 


1S71-1S73, 


1S30-1S90 


Senior, 


1874-1S73 




Junior, 


1S74-1S79 




Senior, 


1879-1SSS 




Senior, 


iSSS-iSqo 




Senior, 


1S90- 




Junior, 


iSgc^- 





PARISH CLERKS 



William Adams, . 
John Jeffery, 
Elias Morgan, 
Charles Sigourney, 
Anson Hayden, . 
Charles Munn, 
Hezekiah Huntir:gton 
William T. Lee, . 
Miles A. Tuttle, . 
William H. Hoadley, 
Charles H. Sigourney 
John S. Gray, 
Flavius A. Brown, 
Chark-s J. Hoadly, 
William H. Dodd, 
Herbert H. Hollister, 



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i7?6- 
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1S01-1S03 
1S03-1S17 
iSi7-iS-2i 

lS2I-lS26 

iS26~i827 
1S27-1S32 
1S32-1S36 
1S36-1S40 
1840-1843 
1S43-1S49 
1S49-1S64 
1S64-1879 
1S79-1S90 
1S90- 



TREASCRERS. 



James Ward, 
Wm. H. Imlay 
Philo Hillyer, 
Charles Munn, 
George Beach, 
Cyprian Nichols, 
Hezekiah Huntington 
Thomas Belknap, 
Zephaiiiah Preston, 
Charles H. Brainard, 



Jr., 



1S01-1S04 
1S04-1S14 
1S14-1S19 
1819-1321 
1S21-1322 
1S22-1S31 
1831-1833 
I 8 33-1 836 
1836-1839 
1S39-1S41 



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Cypricin Nichols, 
Dudley Buck. 
Zept'.aniah Preston, . 
J. W. Beach, 
Leonard A. Dickinson, 
Nehemiah Rice, Jr., . 
Henry C. Fuller, 
William L. Matson, . 
Sidney B. Curtis, 



1841-1.^53 
1S53-1657 
1S57-1359 
i35i'^-iS70 
1870-1S71 
1871-1S74 
1S74-1S76 
1S76-1S95 
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RECORD OF THE MARRL^GES 

in the Episcopal Parish of Christ Church, in the City of Hartford, 

and thx State of Connecticut;. By the Rev. ]\Iexzii:s Ravnkr, Rector, 
from iSoi, to October, iSir : 

1801. 

Dec. 2S. Thomas Glover of New York, to Welthca Ann Glover of Hartford. 

1802. 

G^-orue W. Stanton of Glastonbury, to Sarah ^^orscan of Killincjworth. 

Sept. 5. Geor;.;c Smith of Hartford, to Eii/,abeth Lucas of Hartford. 

Nov. 2:^. Arnold Hullard of Hartford, to Mary Ann P.i;..,^elo\v of Hartford. 

Dec. II. Joseph Pratt, Jr. of Hartford, to Frances Wadsworth of Hartford. 

1803. 

Nov. — . Rev. Edmund D. Harry of New York, to Hepzibah Olcott of Hartford. 

1804. 

May — . Nathaniel Wolcott of Vrethe-saeld. to Ab!::;-ail Wolcott of Wethersfield. 

Oct. 2. vTcorge Thompson Phillips of N. Y., to Emily Stillman of Wetherslleld. 

N<n-. u John Goodwin, Jr. of Hartford, to Anna Goodwin of Hartford. 

1805. 

Jan. 16. Nathaniel D.-^vi?; of Hartford, to Catharine Jeffrey of Hartford. 

Feb. 14. Elijah HilLs of Hartford, to Rebecca Jepson of Hariford. 

May 5. Samuel Alhson of Flartford, to Elizabeth Pratt of Hartford. 

" 25. John Cornwall of Middletown, to Lucy Joice of Middletown. 

r)ec. 22. Samuel Hills of , to Marv Lvman of . 

1806. 

Feb. <). J'lhn James of Hartford, to Abigail Sanford of Hartford. 

" ■ 20. Daniel Warner of East Windsor, to Azubah Collins of East Windsor. 

^Lar. 12. AViliiam Bennett of Windsor, to Elizabeth AVilliams of ICast Winds«.>r. 

iS. Christian Whiteman of New York, to Pearl of Wethersfield. 

July 16. Dennis Mecklen of Troy, N. Y., to Elizabeth Bassett of -. 

Nov. iq. Abiel Wilson of Windsor, to Anna Spencer of Hartford. 

•' 2). Stephen Pierce of Hartford, to Martha Al>bott of Hartford. 

Dec. 17. John H. Frink of Nev.' London, to Ann Kilbourn of Hartford. 

1807. 

July 6. Larnard Shepherd of Blandford, Mass., to Sarah Latimer of Windsor. 

Aug. 2. Roswell Charter of Ellington, to Alice Gorey of Ellington. 

" 15. Plezekiah Crane of Wethersfield, to Church of Wethersfield. 

" 17. Henry Wright of Windsor, to Deborah Cook of Windsor. 

Sept. 27. Ralph May of Savannah, to Mary Hall of Hartford. 

Nov. 22. Thomas ^finor of Hartford, to Catherine Bunce of Hartford. 

Dec. 13. John Cole of Hartford, to Roxana Casey of Hartford. 

1808. 

May 13. James Whipple of Windsor, to Sarah Johnson of Hartford. 

July 3. Samuel I>rooks of , to Lydia Isham of . 

4. John Rv'gers of , to Amelia Clap of . 

" 12. Sam-.el Broadi)ent of Wetherslield, to Abigail Griswold of Wethersfield. 

Aug. 23. James Wilson of Colerain. Ma.ss., to Irene Wadsworth of Hartford. 

Sept. 4. Thomas Tisdall of Hartford, to Delia Bull of Hartford. 

Oct. 2. Ichabod Lvman of Hartford, to Honour Ca.sey of Hartford. 

Dec. 22. Artemas Fish of Newport, R. L, to Freelove JeiTery of Hartford. 

" 25. George Goodwin, 2d. of Hartford, to Eunice Olcott of Hartford. 



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1809. 
Jan. ]5. Jolin Hamilton, Jr. of Hartford, to Louisa Iloskins of Windsor. 

15. Oliver l>arl)er of Windsor, to Orinda Hoskins of Windsor. 
l\-b. ?3. Samuei Kilhouvn, ?d, of Hartford, to Abij^ail Bower of Hartford. 
Mar. 3. Jcihn Roniaine of New York, to Xaomi Rislcy of l^ast Hartford. 

3. William Waters of Hartford, to Harriot Hills of Hartford. 
Apr. 15. Ceorge Ik-ach of Hartford, to Harriet P>radlc\- of Haitford. 
" 25. John Judfl (>'l Hartford, to Abic;ail Palmer of 'Hartford. 
" ^7. Elijah I'oardman of Hartford, to Frances Seymour of Hartfurd. 
June .]. Lucius Hatch of Hartford, to Su.san Johnson of Xew Haven. 
" 13. James Doolittlc of ILartford, to Sarah Parsons of Hartford. 
Abel Eno of Simsbm-y, to Rhoda Cumminc^s of Simsbury. 
Charles Sanford of Hartford, to Cathcriue'Church of Hartford. 
James M. Goodwii of Hartford, to P.oxana Buckland of East Hartford. 
John Meacbani of Hartford, to Martha Collier of Hartford. 

Samuel Havward of Wcthersfield. to Hannah Blinn of Wethcrsfield. 

Adki'ns of Middletown, to Eir.ily Clark of Berlin. 

Jabisb Perkin.s of Hartford, to Triphena Day of Hartford. 
Marshall Timpson of Hartford, to Sarah Chapman of Hartford. 
Oliver Deming of Xew Haven, to Alice Stanley (formerly Richardson) 
of West Hartford. 

- — — Belden of Berlin, to Mitchcl of Berlin. 

John Steel of Hartford, t^) Lucy Se:<ton of Hartford. 

Russell Bull of Torrinyton, to Clarissa Bull of Hartford. 

Cornelius T. Swart of E. Hartford, to Triphena Johnson of E. ILartford. 

Amos Bull of Hartford, to f^lizabeth Spencer of "Hartford. 

Plezekiah Bunce of Hartford, to Julia Shipnian of Hartford. 

lason Miller of Wethcrsfield, to Jerusha Cotton of East Hartford. 

John F. Miller of Hartford, to iLary Buckley of Hartford. 

William Jones of East Hartford, to Eunice 'Buckland of East PLutford. 

Pra North of Farminr-ton, to Mar\- Stockwell of Farmington. 

Leicester Morton of East Windsor, to Lydia Abby of East Windsor. 

John Bevins of Middletown, to Bridget Pratt (..f Hartford. 
Andrew Goodrich of Wcthersfield, to iLiry Pierce of Wethcrsfield. 
Henry Phelps of Farmington, to Sarah Whiting of West Phtrtford. 

Copy of a Record of the Marriai^'-es in the Parish of Christ Church, 
in the City of Hartford, by the Rector thereof, tlie Rev. Menzies 
R.A.VNER, from his manuscript, entered in this Book, July 29, 1S13, by 

Charles Sigourney, 

Clerk of the Parish. 

Record of M{irn\v;es in the Parish of Christ Church, Hartford and 
elsewhere, by the Rector, Rev. Phil.-wuer Cii.-vsE, commencin;4- 
Christinas eve, 181 1: 

1811. 
Dec. 24. Timothy Bryant of Hartford, to Martha Guild of Tlartford. 
Christmas. John Kenfield of East Hartford, to Grace Pratt of Hartford. 

1812, 
June 2S. Algernon Sidney Jones of New Haven, to Frances Farnham S. Jennys 

of Nassau. New Providence. 
Oct. 20. Charles l^rainard of Ha-'tford, to Sarah Haske-ll of Hartford. 
Nov. T. Luther McKinster of East Windsor, to FPuldah Hale of I'2ast Windsor. 

1813. 
Jan. 7. Elijah Fitch Reed of East Windsor, to Rebekah Pratt of Hartford. 



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APl'ENDIX. 655 



Alav 2. Scth Whitini? of Hartford, to Maria Ransom of Hartford. 
Oct'. 15. Samuel Philcr Hooker of Sackott's Harbor, N. Y.. to Marllia Smith 
P.rewster of Northampton, Mass. 

Rli-,ha Church of Wcther>ncld, 10 Jane Leonard of New Havun. 

Thomas Lewis of Xew York, to Gr.aoe Leonard ';f New Haven. 

Thomas Betts of New York, to Sarah Sands of Providence, R. L 

Oliver Wells of East Hartford, to Hannah Goodwin of East Hartford. 



June 6 

6 

Nov. — 



1S15. 

Apr "16. lohn Lrnce to >rar\- Pierce, both, of Haritord. 

Mav 1-1. Henry R. Truax of' Albany, N. Y., to Sarah Jones ot Hartlord. 

[L-n'e -.0 o( Chatham, to Church of Hartford. 

Scot ''I Henrv Olmsted of Wethcrsneld. to Martha G. Bill of Wcthersfield. 

Oct. I'j." David Ladd of Litchfield. N. Y., to Abby Utley of Hartford. 

r>ec. 14. Anson Hayden f Hartford, to ^Lary Lloyd of Hartford. 

Tan "i {■;eorc;-e Sheldon of Hartford, to Eliza Lydia Royse of Hartford. 

" 2:; lames Holden of Old En-c:land, to Lucrctia Scott of Glastonbury. 

Ff^b "- John Dillon of Middletown, to Sallv Williams of Hartford. 

Sept 20 Rev. Samuel Phinnc of WUksbarre. Pa., to Susan Benedict of Plamfield. 

Oct ' 13. Jeremiah Beals of Hartford, to Sarah Hatch of ?Iartford. 

__ _. J^eth Hubbard of Plartford, to Louisa Seymour of ILirtford. 

Dec. 3. Timothy Hatch of Hartford, to Lucinda Danforth of Hartford. 

1S18 

Mav 31 John Converse of Trov. N. Y.. to Eli^a Gri.^wold of Hartford. 

Oct 5 Edward Tudor oi Mid'dleburv, Vt., to Hart Bissell of Hartford. 

Auc;. 10! Jonatlian >L Wainwriqht, Rector of this Church, to Amelia Maria 

Phelps of Hartford. r - , r 

Nov. 22. Thoma-- M. Barrows of Providence, R. L, to Louisa R. Santord of 

Hartford. 

Mar 11 Svlvanus Marvin .-.f Buffalo, N. Y., to Lucv L. Harrin'jcton of Hartford. 

May 30. Francis Temple ^Vheeler of the Army U. S.. Hartfc^rd, to Asinath ^L 
B. Green of Hartford. 

_. James La Favette, do., do., to Mary Holland, do. 

June 17 Elisha Lawrence of , to Fannv :\rcCleave of ILartford. 

Dec. 10. George Sumner of Idartford, to Elizabeth Putnam of Brooklyn. 

'• Record of Marriages continued.— \<.i. Rev. T. C. Brownei.l, Rector: 

1S20. . _ , , 

Apr q. James Brown of Brooklvn, to Emily Putnam of Broo.<lyn. 

June 2^. '- Kin'.;sburv of Ell'inccton, to Chase of East ^\ indsor. 

" " 27. Charles Munn of Plartford, to Elizabeth Porter of Hartford. 

Record of Jfarriages continued.— ^i. S. Whe.a.tox, Rector: 



Tan 3 Zephaniah Preston of New York, to Ann Canfield of Hartford. 

"' 21. Rev. Sturtjes Gilbert of Woodburv, to Patty C. White of Hartford. 

Mar --o' Horace Griswold of Wethersneld,' to Lucv iMcCleave of Harttord. 

Aug. 29. John Trumbull Norton of Albany, to Mary Hillhouse Pitkin of Farm- 

ingtOD. 

Oct 23. Elisiia Harrington of Hartford, to Fanny Eolles of Hartlord. 

Dec. 12. Jam.es Austin Canfield of Hartford, to Clarissa Collins of Hartf-.rG. 

t S?2 

Apr 12. Alonr.o Sisson of Wilbraham. Mass , to Nancy Bird of Hartford. 
May I Richard Flint of Hartf<r.-d. to Martha Ke'sev of Hartford. 

Buckley Phelps Barber of E. Windsor, to Flarriett Thompson of Lnrield. 

Willian'i Hall. Jr. of Rockingham. Yt.. to Nancy Watson of E. Windsor. 



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656 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



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Nov. 


19 


Dec. 


30 


1830. 


Jan. 


3 


Feb. 


7 


Apr. 


29. 


Sept 


2 


Oct. 


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\ 

Sept. 3. Hc7-ei:iiih Brainard of Hadilam, to Rebecca ^fo•,,^■aIl >>i Har'.ford. < 

4. Aujjustus CoI:iiis of Union Ville. 111., to Kli/.abeth B. Dav of Hartford. 

Oct. 2. Christopher Miller of Hartford, to Amelia Hotchkiss of 'flartfcrd. 

2. Ralph H. Li>rd of Hartford, to Sarah Miller of Hartford. 

3. Amu.s D. Roff o: Hartford, to Sally H. Hubbard of Hartford. 
" 21. Charks Spencer of Hartford, to Julia Bull of M-.utford. 
1825. 

Jan. 2. Merrit Gilbert o; 1 oiland. to Ai'.relia Peaso of Hartford. \ 

•■ 12. Pcnfield I^. tio.jU>eli of Hartford, to Kliza Hull of Hartford. ] 

May -V William H. Ba^s.jtt of Hartford, to Theresa T. Hills of Hartford. ' 

June 3. Charles Eenion of Rochester. N. v., to Mary Chjrch of Hartford. ' 

Aug. 7. Thom.'iS J. D.-.To-v of Hartfnrd, to .^^ary Hubbard of Hartf')rd. ' 

Sept. 7. AVillia::! Lawrence of Middletown, to tlannah McCleve o'-" Hartford. ' 

1S26. I 

Mav 17. George Stephen Rutler of Louisville, Kv., to Conx-lia Warner of , 

Ha^rtford. ' • 

" 22. Haynes Lord of L'tica, N. Y.. to Sarah Porter of Hartford. 1 

June 12. Hexekiah Hur.nngton, Jr. of Hartford, to Sarah Morgan of New London \ 

(Bp. Brownell). ^ - 

" 14. Pai;';on5 Rose of New York, to Frances Auqusta Watrons of Colchester. ! 

Nov. 5. Ezekiel C. .McLntosh of Albany, to Delia Bull Ti=;daU of Hartford. ^ 

1827. : 

May I. William Tvlly L^e of Hartford, to .^fary xVlderman of Hartford. | 

3. Harris Andrus of Hartford, to Amanda Maria Meigs of Hartfo"d. j 

'• 23. Timothy Barker, Jr. of Branford, to Martha Griswold of West Spring- '> 

field, Mass. ' ? 

Sept. T. Elisha Isaac Abel of Middleto'/n, to Abigail Johuso!\ of Hartford. ' 

10. Ebene;.',er Piuaey of HarLfoid, to Maiv Aaa L>-je of HarLfovd. , 

Seth Paddock of Middletown, to Clarissa Davey of Hartford. • 

Isaac Toucxy of Hartford, to Catharine Nich<;ls of Hartff'rd. ' 

George Beach of Hartford, to Maria Nichols of Hartford. ' 

William Isham of Hartford, in Catharine G. Stedman of Hartford. > 

Solah Burr Treat of East Windsor, to Abigail Thomosun Peters of Hart- ■" 

[ford. 

Thomas Belknap of Plartford, to Frances Lyman of Hartford. { 

Charles Stiles Pirelps of Hartford, to Catharine Warner of Hartford. | 

Henry S. Seyms of Hartford, to l^lizabtth (_t. Taylor of Hartford. ; 

John Miclauglin of L'eland, to Maria Welch of Ircbi:; 1. i 

Lorenzo P. Lee of Berlin, to Jennette Todd Hills of Hartford. 5 

Chester Wel'es of Manchester, to Ro:\ana (Toodwin of Hartford. ^' 

William D. Eaton of Hartford, to Plarriet Seymour of Hartford. , 

Eli Todd of Hartford, to Catharine Hills of Hartford. ' 

Joseph Wait. Jr. of Hartford, to Abigail A. Goodwin of Hartford. 
Da-.-i'd S. Porter of l'tica, N. Y., to Charlotte A. Olmsted of Hartford. 
John Cross and Adeline P. Gay.* 

Isaac Fr\-er Smyth of New York, to Frances Elizc'.bcth Ward 01 Hart- 
ford (Bp. Bvownell). 
Chester Wells and Roxanna Goodwin.* 

Ransom Parker of Hartford, to Elizabeth Miller of Hartford. 
Samuel McClelland of Nova Scotia, to Emeline McKee of Hebron. 

Samuel Bent';n of Hartford, to Fanny Grinnell of Hartford. 
Charles Nash of Norwalk, to Delia Ann Hoadley of Hartford. 
Jesse Hail of Chatham, to Em.ma Ransom of riartford. 
William Deming of Litchtitld. to Cliarlotte T. Bull of Hartford. 
George Sage of Be.'-lin, to Maria J. .-\. Hoadley of Hartford. 
Ralph Post of Cheraw, S. C, to Sibbd Huntington May of PLirtford. 



•From Town Records. —Married in Christ Church by Rev. Hector Humphrey, Reciur S 
Lukes, Glastonbury. Hs was r'rot. in VV. Coll. 



Al'lKXOlX. 657 

1831. 

Feb. 2S. Levi rlanaford Corson of Lcno.x. X. Y., to .N'^artha Enielino Saunders of 
Plartford. [TIartford. 

Mar. S. Vv'illiam Henry Hills o£ East Hartford, to Susannah llousehoulder of 

Apr. 13. Jo!in Hattieid of Hartford, to Sarah Walker of Hartf<jrd. 

May II. John A. TaiiUor of Hampton, to Adclia Croade of Providence. 

Sept. IQ. Harrison Tay of Boston, to Sarah P. Kclsey of Hartford. 

Oct. 20. Kliha 1 >oni!o';v of Hartford, to Rhoda Andro:^s ul Hartford. 

1S32. 

— Piiilemon Frederick Robbius of Wothersfield, to Emily .Malvina Slrick- 

kind of Hartford. 

Mar. 14. Shcrniati West of Tollarid. to Susan Pardee of Hartford. 

Feb. 4. Daniel Cheney of Chatham, to Sarah X. Bid well of Cliatham (Bp. B.). 

Apr. 16. John D. Watt.* of Hartford, to Caroline Hubbell of X'ew Haven (Bp. B.). 

Sejit. 2. George H. Berc^h of Hartford, to Caroline Hoadley of Hartford. 

Oct. S. Henry Waterman. Jr. of Hartford, to Mary Porter of Hartford. 

" 25. Thomas S. Davis of Salem Bridge, to Harriet Wadsworth of HarttVml. 

Dec. 8. Joseph S. Clarke of Hartford, to Frances Stedman of Hartford. 

1833. 

— P.T.'.ip Rip'.ey 0: Hartford, to Eliza Porter of Hartford. 

Jan. 27. Henry Bolles 01 Hartford, to Frances Ann Steele of Hartford. 
May 2. Seth B. D.istin of Hartford, Vt., to Maria A. Miller of Hartford. 

" 20. Robert R. Bovd of Charleston, S. C., to Eliza Ann F. Buckley of Charles- 
ton. S. C. 
June 2. Francis Carripo." Hartford, to Ann B. Deming of Hartford. 

" 23. James Bidweli o-" Utica, X. Y., to Orra .Seymour of Hartford. 
Julv 2. Jarnes H. Dibble of Hartford, to Elir.a L'tley of Hartford. 
Sept. 1. Francis J. Huntington of Hartford, to Stella B. Bull of Ha'-tford. 
" 10. Alfred Hail of Middletown, to Maria Lydia Whiting of Hartford. 
" 17. Ansoa Little of Clinton, X. Y., to Eliza Ann Wei's of Hebron. 
X^'ov. II. Allvn S. Siillrnari of Hartford, to Cecilia Andros of Hartford (Bp. B.). 

1834. 
Apr. 21. \\ iiliani James Barry ol Hartford, to Harriet ^\ oodbridge of Hartford 
(Dr. Whea'on). 
" 25. Jonathan Slate of Barnstown, (?) Mass., to Cynthia Goodrich of Wcth- 
ersneld (tip. Bro\vnell). 
May 19. Silas E. Burrows of Xew York, to Mary D. Ru^s of Hartford (Bp. B.;. 
June I. Heurv Oakes of Hartford, to Henrietta Rose of Hartford(Dr. Wheaton). 

2. Henry Hall of Chatham, to Harriet M. Ward of Hartford (Bp. B.). 
Aug. 6. Augustus Backus of Rcnsselacrvillo, X'. Y., to Martha C. Mann of Hart- 
ford (Bp. Brownell). [(Dr. Wheaton). 
Sept. 2. Charles Joseph Gilbert of Hartford, to Maria Smith Dunham of Berlin 
" 16. James ^iather Goodwin of Montgomery, Ala., to Julia Ann Dickinson 

of Hartford (Dr. Wheat(vn) 
" 2S. Vv'illiam F. Beck of Boston, Mass., to Margaret W. Brown of Boston 
(Bp. Brownell). ^ [(Bp. Brov.-nell). 

Oct. S. Rev. Joha H. Rou.se of Hamden, to Sojijironia ^L Grant of Ashford 

Record of the i^farn'jges continue^. — Rev. George Burgess, Rector: 

Andrevv- C. Hall of WaUingford, to Cornelia Deming of Hartford. 

John Clark of Hartford, to Maria Maclaughlin of Hartford. 
E ]'.%nn W. Carrington of Farmir.gcon, to Sarah Cowles of Farmington. 
Willi.^m Mather of Hartford, to Jane Caroline Holcomb of Granby. 
Rev. Peter Richmond .NHnard of Xew York, to Julia Allen of Harrford. 
Lym.\n .S. Parsons of Hartford, to Sarah Louisa Wo olley of Hartford. 
Jas. Pha'.en of Prov.. R. L, to Catharine Smith Goodrich of Hartford. 
Daniel Shepa-d Dewey of Hartfo'-.l. to Elizabeth Perkins of Hartford. 
Joseph .\L Warren or Tr-iy, X. Y., to Elizabeth Adelaide Piiclps of 
Hartford vBp. Brownell;. 

42 



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658 CIIUIST CHURCH, I iAKTITM'TX I 

j. 
Oct. x8. Charles A. Kini;' (colored) of Dcinurara, [•> l^li/a S'aiilcy (colored) of 
Hartford. " [Hartford. 

" i<). Samuel Howard Hniitiny.toii <>f Hartford, lo Sarah ]). Watkiiison of 
Morris Earlo of Hartford] to Mary KHzaboth Dodd of Hartford. 

Boniamin F. Hadducl: of liufTa'.o. X. V., to Abi;;;nl M. Wadswurt'.i of 
Hartford. ^ [Hartf<.rd. 

I'ldnunid liulkloy neauniont of Xcw York, to Elizabeth Hart Chr.rch of 
Gcori,e I'cach. Jr. of Hartford, to Sarah So^.ter Nichols of Hartford. 
Williaiii Seviiiovir t'omeroy of Drid^jcport, to Frances I'-lizabelh Eator. 

of Hartford. 
Eiisha B. Pratt of Hartford, to Jane O.-^niotid Pratt of Hartford. 
William Andrew Ward of Harlford, to Ann VMzix Porter of Hartford. 
James Hillhou.se Raymond of Baltimore, to Charlotte Ann Hicks of 

tlartford. 
Frceraaa Converse Frederick of Maryla.nd, to Emily Miller of Hartford. 
Zaccheu> Kempcon of Hartford, to Emmelinc Tuller of Simsbnrv. 
Walter Owen Eewis of Windsor, to Harriet Roberts of Hartford. 
Charles A. Terry of Cleveland, O., to Julia E. \\'oodbridge of Hartford 
♦ (Bp. Brownell). 

" ]o. David C. Smith of Belcherto«-n, Ms., to Adeline Clapp of Belchertown. 
" 24. Thonias B. Kittredge of Claremoni, N. H., to Caroline Amelia Smith 
of Hartford. 

1837- 

Apr. 5. Robert W . Mead of New York, to Clarissa Sheldon of CharJestown, X'. Y. 

(Rev. S. Totten). 
May 24. John Butler of Hartford, to Eliza Lydia Sheldon of Hartford. i 

June 18. Edward Mugtord of Hartford, to Anna Maria Smith of Hartford. ' 

Oct. 2. Philip Ripley of Hartford, to Penlope Ransom of Hartford. i 

3. Horace Bartholomxw of Whitehall, X. Y., to Elizabeth Haskell Skeates 
of Hartford. 
Xov. 2. Eiastus E. Marcy of St. Louis, Mo., to Emmelinc B. Kilbourn of 
Hartford. 
" 26. Horace B. Dcminp: of East Hartford, to Clarissa My-att of Hartford. ; 

" 26. Geori^e Francis ^colored) of Philadelphia, to Betsey Deane (colored) ; 
of Hartford (Rev. Mr. Tvler). ' ■ 

1838. . ' ; 

Apr. 12. ChaunL-ey Barnard of Hartford, to Harriet Barnard of Charleston. S C. 
Mav S. Charles Alexander Cokon of Hartf'>rd, to Ruth Braathwaite Winship 
of Hartford. 
" 16. Charles Haskell Brainard of Hartford, to Mary Jane Goodwin of 

Hartford. ' " ' 

Henry Frink of Amherst, Ms., to Elizabeth Xorton of Hartford. : 

George Houston of Hartford, to I'mma Riddiford of Hartford. ' 

Gurdon Wadsworth Russell of Hartford, to Elizal>eth Sarah Tuttle of 

Hartford. • 

William Williams of Wmdham, to Louisa Kirtland Stedman of Hartford. 
Rev. Alvah Guion of Piqua, Ohio, to Mary L. Town of Charlton, Ms. 

(Bp. Bri)wnell). 
William Frederick Tuttle of Hartford, to Sarah Ramsey of Hartford. 

Ralph Riley Robbinsof Wethersfield, to Jane Abby Porter of Hartford. 
Henry S. Sweetser of Hartford, to Mary Mather of pfartford. 
Edward Filley of Xew York, to Frances Ann Chapman of Hartford 

(Bp. Brownell). [(Bp. Brownell). 

Ge'vrge Brinley, Jr. of Xew Yr>r!c. to Frances Ellen Terry of Hartford 
Daniel Buck, Jr. of Xew York, to Mary Kiizaheth Imiay of Hartford. 
John Sawyer Pratt of Kcene. X. H.. to Eli/.abeth Clarke of Hartford. 
'Rev. Wi'.iij.ni Honmiannof St. Louis. Mo., to Fidelia Smith of tlartforfl. 
Samuel B. Latiirop of Hartfi.>r<', to Mary Leach Tinckhani of Hartford. 
David >L-iclure Tudor of East Winrisor, to Sarah Elizabeth Green of 

East Windsor. 



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APrKNDlX. 659 

1840. 
May u. -Merrick \\'a'.rt.-n Cliauln "l" Hartt'ind. t<> Rebecca Ann Green uf l'2ast 
Windsor. 
" 13. Ktlielbcrt Pc;KllcU;n Olipluuil of I'ni^iitovii, I'a., to ICli/abolh Clu|)p 
IIf)\ve of Ifariford. 
Lewis Lei.C(b- of Willi nirton, to Isabella Valentine of Willinijton. 
Ednuind Hinke Mullet Hartford, to 2\lary ICnnneline Dean of Hartford. 
Walter Kenev of Hartford, to Mary Jeaiinctte Goodwin of llartfo.'-d. 
lieury Allen' Wells of Hartford, to Frances Maria Dewey of Hartford. 
John Sage Williams of Hartford, to Amelia JeaTinette Day f-( Hartford. 
.Martin J^. Rod;^ers of Baltimore, Md., to Jane S. Treat of Milford. 
Moselcy S. Roberts of Hartford, to Hariiet L. Day of Hartford. 
Henry Alvin Hatch of Hartford, to JOlizabeth Carter of Hartford. 
Joseph Pomroy of Hartford, to Mary Elizabeth Strickland of Hartford. 

John Preston Haven of New y()rk, to I'.;nily Draper of Hartford. 
James Hills of Ease Hartford, to Harriet Ma'ther Wells of Easr Hartford, 
lienry Britten of Hartford, to Mary Ann Ellsworth of Hartford. 
Charles ^I. Clcaveland of Hartford, to Mary Anc^usta Steele of Hartford. 
l;avi(.! Stockbridge of Whately, Mass., to Louisa Collins of Hartford. 
Henry R. Wilson of Barbadoes, to Tainar Clark of Hartford. 

Rev. Benjam.in Watson of Philadelphia, to Lucy A. Vv'illard of Hartford. 
Geiirge Thonipsoa of Hartford, to Sarali Barlholoniew of Hartford. 
Samuel Lsaac Tattle of Hartford, to Louisa Ramsey of Hartford. 
Olney Eidredge of Springneid. Mass., to Mary Flagi^ of Hartford. 
Reuben Underwood of Hartford, to Laura Barber of Windsor. 
Sanford B. G.-ant of Hartford, to Caroline Woodbridge of Hartford. 
Nicholas Gcnroy of New York, to Lydia Maria Banks of Hartford. 
Chester Eidwell Gleason of Hartford, to Mary Ann Pardee of Hartford. 
John Jones of Schenectady, N. Y., to Nancy Whitman of Coventry. 

Henry B. Richards of Hartford, to Elizabeth A. Worden of Hartford. 
Thomas Burgess of Providence, R. L, li> Ann Eliza Pratt of Providence, 
R. L 
II. Nathan Ada.nis of Canterbury, to Elizabeth Watkinson of Hartford. 
Aug. ?. Geo. A\'right Beach of Middletown. to Jane Augusta Bolles of Hartford. 
'■ 23. Carl Fhedrich Hoemmel of Hartford, to Anna Margaretha Kramers of 
Hartford. 
Jas. Holland of Westneld, Mass.. to Anne G. R. Wheeler of New York. 
William Woolley of Palmer, Mass., to Abigail Burt of Palmer, Mass. 
Benjamin Gardner Whitman of Hartford, to Haniet Nichols of Hartford. 
John Ripley Tracj- of New York, to Charlotte Gray of Hartford. 

Ouver Lathr'.p Wales of Hartford, to Harriet Bradley Bolles of Hartford. 
Lorenzo Daniels of Hartford, to Elizabeth Case of Hartford, 
fohn Highmorr Rudd. of Hartford, to Sarah Waterman of Hartford. 
Henrv" Van Valkenburgh of Albany, 'to Ellen Henrietta Pheips of 

Hartford. 
John Munn Pearl of Hartford, to r^Iaria Newbury Seym.our of Hartford. 
Lorenzo Bridge Goodman of Hartford, to Adeline Goodrich Bull of 

Hartford. [Hartford. 

Henry Graham Thompson of New York, to Louisa Horatia Barnard of 

William Michael Smith of Hartford, to Sarah Maria Stewart of Hartford. 
Samuel Maclean of New York, to Charlotte Chapman of Hartford. 
Augustus Frost of Philadelphia, to Sarah M. Stowe of Hartford. 
George W. Beers of Litchfield, to f?.i:'.abeth V. Clerc of Hartford. 
George Dickinson of New Y'^rk, to Lydia Bartholomew of Hartford. 
Frederick Majenknecht of Hartuird, to .Margaretha Wolfern ')f Hartford. 
M\Ton Wallace Wilson of Schenectady. N. Y., to Elizabeth Putnam 
Sumner o: Hartford. 



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660 THRIST CHUKCII.. IIAI'lFOKD. j- 

j 

Dec. 9. George Jarvis Gecr of Ballston. N. Y. , to ]f,abelLi Montaj^ue of Hartford. ; 

" If). Auicu^^tus Ncwbold Le Roy of New Orlcan.s, to Sarah Jaue Gray of , 

11 art ford. j 

1846. , ! 

Feb. 2.1. Albert Skinner of Ilartford. to Christiana E. Hop-on ot Harttord. j 

Apr. 14. Henr\ Kirke Morc^ai: of Hartford, to Emily Malbonc- Brinloy of Hartford. 

Mav "■,. Ho:ncr I'.ronson Abbot of Watertown. to Sarah Bronson Judd of Hartford. 

'•' 3. Gcop:,'-e Harvev Bidwell of Dan.sville, X. Y., to >rary Elizabeth ^b•ses ; 

of Hartford.' [Hartford. 1 

" 20. Charles Rich:nond Fi.>her of Hartford, to Susan Bau;.il)n Gnswold ot 
[ames Monroe Adam.-; of Hartford, to Cliiiitlia Sweet of Maristlold. 
lohn M. Pratt of Brc^oklyn. N. Y. , to Mary Watson Tudor of E. Windsor. 
Chester Spencer of Hartford, to Eucy Carter of Hartford. 
Henry Caufield Preston of Wind.sor.'to Louisa (jreeti of South Windsor. , 

AVilliam Stewart of Hartford, to jane Stewart of Hartford. 
Oliver Field or Lononieadow, :Mass.. to.Eucinda Ann Hatch of Harttord. \ 

Geori^e Burgess of "Hartford, to Sophia Kip of Hariford. • 

HeuT^y Schultze of Hartford, to Elizabeth 'J'h.ra!! of Hartford. 
George Kitto of Bri.stol, to Caroline Andrus.s of Bristol. j 

John Young of Hartford, to Margaret Terrot of Hartford. [ford. ! 

Oliver Phelps Brown of Hartford, to Elizabeth Hartwell Baker of Hart- , 

George Beach of Hartford, to Sophia Theodosia Bull of Hartford. j 

J lonrv Corm'ng. Tr. of New York, ro Marv Jane Goodwin of Hanford. ; 

Edwa'rd Feeuy- 01 Palmer. Ifass., to Margaret Gar^-in of Palmer, Mass. ^ 

lames McCanless of Hartford, to Caiharine Clark of Hartford. ; 

Alien Pinney of Sirasbury, to Huldah ^^ather of Hartford. j 

i 

Record cf Afarria^cs coJiti/nnuI.— lldw Petkr S. Ch.auncey, Rector : ; 

Dec. 16. Lewis Keith of Hartford, to ^Lary I'.dgerton of Hartford. \ 

1848. ' . , 

Jan. 4. Alfred R. HoUister of ILartford, to Julia E. Newt-m ot Harttord. j 

Apr. 24. William Pierce oi Pfartford, to Catherine Steene of Hartford. 

•■ 24. James S. Clark of New York, to Maria T. Porter of Hartford. 

" 25. David R. Woodford of Hartford, to Sophia L. Shepard of Hartford. 

May 9. John S. Grav of Hartford, to Mary Watkinson of Hartford. [C. R. F.). 

July II. Henrv Mag'ill of JIartiord, to Amanda F. Goodale of Hartford (Rev. 

Aug. 50. Edwa'rd C.'Selden of Maine, to Caroline F. R. Dwight of Maine. 

Dec. 4. Eli-'.ur Hver of Hartford, to Rosanna Latham of Hartford. 

1849. 

Jan. 16. William H. Lee of New York, to Louisa Maria Northam ot Hartford. 

" iS. Edward ^Lartitl of Rockville, tf> Elizabeth Ward of Rockville. 

" 23. Henrv C. Fuller of Hartford, to Elizabeth C. Shepard of Hartford. 

Feb. 12. John 'p. Strong of New Brunswick, to Eliza A. Webster of Hartford. 

Mar. II. Robert Nichols of Hartford, to Mary Ann Welsh of Hartford. 

Apr. 24. Normand Lvman, Jr. of Hartford, 'to Louisa G. Wickham of Hartford. 

May 2. Lemuel W. 'Granger of Hartford, to Caroline E. Johnson oi Hartford. 

"' 20. Augustus F. Fiege of Hartford, to Flora G. Hazard of Hartford. 

Aug. 7. George Houston'of Hartford, to Laura S. Noble (^i Hartford. 

'•^ 22. Charles Schortan of New Britain, to Jane N. Clements of Flartford. 

Sept. 12. James P. Davidson of Hartford, to M'artha S. Savage of Hartford. 

" -^6 William H. P.ourne of Wi;,consin, to Rosella BoUes of Hartford (Rev. 

1850/ [N. S. W.). 

John H. Watson of Boston, to Lizzie ^ferrill of Springfield. 
Isaac Wilbur Brownell of St. Louis, to Lucia Emilia Brown of Little 
Compton (Bp. Brownell). 

Feb. 4. Daniel Morgan of Hartford, t<' F: nny McCartney of Vlartford. [R F.). 

" 10. TiiO.mas Johnson of I'nionville, to Susan Conliff of Unionville (Rev. C. 

" 12. Henry C. Dcming of Hartford, to Sarah B. Clerc of Hariford (Bp. B.). 



Jan. 12 
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Wm. Faulkner of San Fi-anci?co, to Mary Gri.swold Stowc of Hartford 
(Bp. Bruwneil). Harcfurd (Dp. Drownell). 

Edward Isaiah Thomas of New York, to Harriet Puttiam lirownell of 

Pah-ick Cuiti.- of South Windsor, to Jili/a C. Kelly of Hartford (Dr. 
Wheaton). [Coit). 

Orlando P. Dovrnau of Hartford, to D. Anna Taylor of Hartford (Dr. 

Warren Leland of Xew York, to Ellen J^. S. Adams of Hartford (lip. B.) 

Au;4-usline Lawrence McCrie of Milwaukee, to Louisa G. Terry of 
liarUord (Bp. Brownell). | Willi.-uns). 

Janie> II. lleroy of New York, to Amelia W. Sniitli of HartAjrd (Dr. 



— — , Geor^'e Tavlor ot New York, to Eleanor ]nila.v of Hartford. 



Record of -yfarria^es copJimtcJ. — Rev. Tho.m.\3 M. Clark, Rector: 

May 2-. John Goodwin of Hartford, to Mary I. Gibson of Hartford. 

" 27. WilUani C. Chipnian of Potlsdam, N. Y., to Harrictte G. Sumner of 

Hartford (Bp. Brownell). 
" 23. Gordon W. Burnhum of New York, t-j Maria Louise Brownell of 
Hartford (Bp. Brownell). 
Get. y. Charles W. Hntehinson of Uliea, N. Y., to Laura C. Beckwith of 
Hartfurd. 
Edward L. iMm-'ck of Wisconsin, to Emma C. Hanks of Hanford. 

John Carpenter of Hartford, to Julia Hydcs uf Hartford. 
Henry Conner of Boston, to Catharine Hentz of Boston. 
Hezekiah J. Cadwell of Hartford, to Clarina Hoskins of Windsor. 
Hiram W. Benedict of Chicago, 111., to Fanny M. Hatch of Hartford. 
Samuel MeClary of Hartford, to Chloe A. Wilcox of Simsbury. 
Ciucinnaius A.Taft, M.D., of Hartford, to Ellen 'I'here^a' Clark of 
Hartford. 

i-'ranklin Fit/, Randolph of New York, t(> Caroline L. Goodridge of 
tlartiord. [Coxe). 

Willis A. Pierce of Hartford, to Elizabeth Eno of Hartford (Rev. A. C. 

Rev. Wm. .i. R. Robertson of , to Mary Mildenstein of Matanzas, 

Cuba. [^^'P- Brownell). 

loseph S. Crane of Columbia, S. C, to Harriette Draper of Hartford 

Andrew Jackson Cooke of ILartford, to Ida i-Iall of Windsor. 

John F. Bunce of New York, to Mary Ellen Smith of Hartford. 

Thomas Davenport of . lo jane MilUgan of . 

Geor'^e Curlis Tin^ley of Windham, to Gcorgiana H. M. Sage of 
Hartford. 

Barnard Martegh of Springfield, Mass., to Bridget Healy of Springfield. 

Charles P. Hatch of Harttord. to Minerva Smith of Hartford. 

r;aniel W. Clark of Hartford, to Lavinia C. Hovoy of Hartford. 

Charles K.ieeland, Jr. of New York, to Louise Taintor of Hartford. 

William Sanderson of New York, to ^^latilda Ann Medlicott of Long- 
meadow, Mass. 

Charles S. Mason of Hartford, t.> Harriet H. Perkins of Hartford. 

A. Hamilton polk of Louisiana, to Emily Nichols Beach of Hartford. 

John Arthur, Jr. of New Vuik, to Antoinette Frances Goodsell of 
Hartford. 

George I'ouglas of New York, to Martha H. Montague of Hartford 

William Hubbard of Hartford, to Eliza Laetham of Hartt<-'rd. 

loseph Rou!>tone of Hartford, to Eliza Brown of H'artford. 
Dec. 20. William H. Aldrich of East riariford. to Olive H. Barnard of Ea^t 
Hartford. 



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Arrr.NDix. 689 



BURIALS. 

Record of the Deaths and Burials in the Episcopal Parish of Christ 

Church, in the city of Hartford, and state of Connecticut. No record 
to be Joinid previous to 1S12. 

Date of Burial. Na;nu. Residence. 

I8I2. ■ /,,.., ,T - 1 

Mar. 16. Marv Wad^^worth. a-'cd 36, dan. of Jonatluui and Abigail, Harttord. 

Aug. C4. ] »a\ id Bissell, aged -J.S, a lawyer, || 

'•^ 29. Marsli Cartnian, a'-;-ed 20, 

Oct. II. Jane Bacon, aged 21, consort ot Allen, 

Jan. 5. A. Guild, aged 69, mother of Mr. (xuild, 

•' 24. Thomas Smith, aged 64, of Old lingland, 

r^lar. 3. Tonas Sloan, aged 30, || 

Out. 22. Cotton Murray, aged 66, 

1814. 

Mar nj. Abijah Harrington, aged 56, 

Apr. 22. Joel Johns, aged 60, '' 

" 27. Amos Crittenden, aged 66, 

May 27. George Goodwin, son-iuda;V of Daniel Olcott, aged 31, '| 

Af.g. 23. Henry Llovd, aged 14 mos., son of T. Lloyd, 

OctT 20. Sarah Smith, wffe of Jeremiah, aged 47, 

1815. „ 

Feb. 7. Jacob Phelps of Wintonbury, aged 64, 

Mar. 12. Hturv, son of George Beach, aged I, " 

Tune 29. Lucv'Butler of Windsor, Poquonock. 

July 2. Reverend David Fogg, rector of E. Church, Brooklyn. 

i'8i6. ' TT - 1 

Jan. 5. Nabby Canneld, aged 54, Hartiord. 

'Mar. 9. James Seymour, aged 13, || 

Apr. 13. Samuel l)anforth, aged 42, 

" 26. Jane, dau. cf Talcot Wolcott, aged 6, 

May 2. Morgan Bull, son of Michael, aged 11, 

Oct'. 21. Prince Brewster, aged 63, father to Chris. Saunders, " 

1817. 

Feb. 14. Lucv Hatch, wife of Timothy, aged 43. 

" 17. Orri'n Gilbert, son of Merrit, aged — , || 

" 20. Abraham Merrit Gilbert, son of Merrit, "' 

^^ay 19. Clarinda Fielding, aged II, • || 

July — . Harvev Yale, drov.-ned, 

Aug. 7. Sally Wadsworth, wife of Capt. \Vm., aged 65, |' 

Oct. 5. (iccVgc Sheldon, aged 25, || 

" 12. George, son of James Church, aged 14, [| 

" iq Thomas James Cummins, aged S weeks, 

" 22. Diantha. wife of Dr. Wm. Cooley, E. Hartford. 

Nov. 20. Harriet Ramsev, aged 2 'i years, HarUora. 

1818. ' , " ■ .. 

Tan 2-. Taiie, wife of Charles Sigoarnev, I-..sq., aged 36, 

" 30. Samuel Sto-jghton, aged 52, " Wintonourv. 

>Tay 30. f-lir.a Ann Stedman. aged 13, Ha.rt.ord. 

June 25. Thomas B. Perkins, aged 11, 

44 



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CHRIST ciiuixir, iiartiord. 



Date 


oiJl 


Nov. 


?I 


Deo. 


14 


iS: 


3 ^' 
[9. 


Tan. 


2Ci. 


l^eb. 


25. 


1820. 


Jan. 


i:> 


Feb. 


/ - 


Mar. 


14 


' ' 


26. 


Mav 


3 J . 
31- 


Oct. 




Nov. 


3, 


" 


9- 


■ " 


IS. 


Dec. 


— , 


1821, 


Feb. 


s. 


" 


-6. 


Mar. 


22. 


Apr. 


10. 


May 


14- 


Jun3 


21. 


July 


21. 


Sept. 


0. 


'' 


14. 


Oct. 


3. 


Nov. 


I. 


Dec. 


S. 


" 


1 2. 
26. 


18; 


22. 


Jan. 


8. 



urial. Narr.c. 

. Rebecca Chaffee, wife of S. G. C. 

Calvin Farwell. ac^ed 20, 

Marv Olcutt, ac^eJ 51, 



jed 27, 



Residence. 

Wintonbury. 

Hartford. 



" 


1 3, 


Feb. 


10. 


•' 


26. 


Mar. 


2. 


May 


24. 


Tune 


24 


}r.ly 


1- 




22 


. i 


0- 




**3 ' 


* ' 


J'J. 


Aug. 


4 


' * 


II. 


' ' 


19, 


" 


29, 


Sept. 


22, 


Nov, 


21. 


Dec. 


12. 


" 


23. 


18: 


23- 


May 


26. 


!• 


2.S. 



Sarah. J'radlcy, wife of Aaron B., aged 69, 
Sarah Adam?, wife of Wm., a;j;ed 72, 

(Mrs. Fhelps, W. H. Point, and Mrs. Holcomb, Granby). 

John Curwood, aged 7.]., 

Daniel Oicott, aged 79, 

Norton Buli, aged 17, sou of Amos, 

Solomon Buckland, aged 31, 

• Buckland, 

Kay (?), colored man living with Mrs. (lOodwin, aged 20, 
Ezra Hyde, aged S2, 
Daniel FJanforth, aged 19, 
Hezekiah Holcomb, E.sq., aged 70, 

E Church, aged 4 mos.. 

An infant child of Chas. Munn, 

James Hart Lincnhi, aged 10 mos., 

Martha PerWns, aged 11 mos., 

Judith Cooper, colored woman, aged 25, 

Lydia Hoadley, widow of James, aged Si, 

Airs. Sharon Fease, aged 76, 

Hannah Havvdcy, aged S or 9 days. 

An infarit child of Spencer, 

Elizabeth 'Rockwell Vv'ad.sworth, aged 1%, 

Eau.ra I'rances Humphrey/, aged 2, 

Sarah Arnold, aged 40, 

John Car\-er. aged SS, 

Frederick Winslow Hatch, aged i, 

Sarah Russ, aged 19, 

Griswold, aged 3 months, 

Jeremiah Church, aged 2 years, 

Perkins, aged 2 years, 

Elizabeth Converse, aged 29, wife of John C, 
Sarah E. Brainard, aged 6, 
Charles Mills Johnson, aged 2 or 3, 
Elizabeth Stednian, aged 4.;, 
Joseph Utley, aged 60, 
Rhoda Rockwell, aged 17, 

Cooledge, aged 22, 

James Goodwin, aged 6S, 

An infant child of Isaac Perkins, 

Helen Alina Clerc, aged 4 months, 

William Adams, aged 44, 

Ebenezer Nash, Jr., aged 52, 

Emily Andross, aged 2, 

Edwin Church, aged 7 months, 

Caroline Brainard Morgan, aged S months, 

Joshua Miller, aged 53, 

John McLean, aged 78, 

Jam.es Monroe Demiug, aged 5, 

James Soohen. aged 25, 

Cornelia Ford, aged iS, 

Jane R-utan. aged 3 weeks, 
Dinah Brown, aged 33, 



" (?) 



Granbv. 
Hartford. 



Bolton. 
Hartford. 



Trov. 
HarU'ord. 



E. Windsor. 

Hartford. 
E. Hartford. 

Hartford. 

Simsbliry. 

Vernon. 

Hartford. 



Wintonbury. 

native of Ireland. 
Hartford. 



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APPENDIX. 



691 



(The next 
JIason). 



were transovlbed from imperfect records, left by Rev. Henry- 



Date- of Burial. Name 

Mar. 23. William R. Jolmson, aged 34, 

" t'3. An infant child of Grove Goodrich, 

" 23. Margaret Ann yj)ciicer, 
Aug. — . Jan:es I'-arrett, aged 46, 
Oct. 15. iMvid Abbey, aged 47, 

" 15. "William Weare," 
Nov. I. Eeulah Ward, aged 91, 

" I. Plitchcock. 

" I. Hubbard. 

1S24. 
June 1. James Bealo, infant, 
"Oct. 7. John Watson, aged So, 

7. K'lisha Wad-5\vorth, aged 70, 
Nov. 17. Emily Miller, aged i year, 

" 21. Aurelia Hurlburt Cooley, aged 9 weeks, 

Percy K. Palmer, Vvife of IMasou l\, aged 34. 
Abigail V.'adsworth, aged 52, 

Mary Mulligan, aged 20, 

Rachel Todd, aged 49, wile of Dr. Eli, 

Alexander Morgan, aged 53, 

Talcott Wolcott, aged" 52, 

Mary Clark, aged 20, 

Charlotte Brown ell, aged 8, 

Leonard Whiting, aged 49, 

Lemuel Robert.^;, aged 36, 

Joseph Perkins, aged 4 weeks, 

Infant child of Hezekiah Wadsworth, 

Amos Bull, aged S4, 

George Baker, infant, 

Henry A. Warner, aged 17, 

Henry Saunders, colored, aged i vear, 

Frederick Andross. aged 71, 

John Brainerd Morgan, aged 2 years 4 mos., 

Jonas Lanibert, colored, aged 57, 

infant child of Hunlington, 

Chester Andross, aged 44, 

Sarah Coolidge, aged 47, 

Plelen Maria Gains, aged 10, 

Mary Ann \Veare, aged 61, 

Eleazar Spear, aged 64, 

Caleb Coolidge, aged 51. 

Joseph Newell, aged 32. 

Dr. Elihu Tudor, aged 93, 

Henr}- Ketchum, aged 56, 

Timothy Cantleld, aged 6q, 

Philip Raymond, colored, aged 60, 

Sarali Sweetzer, aged 57, 

Mr. L. Ling, aged^jo, 

Harriet Beach, aged 34, wife of George, 

Scth Sweetzer, aged 33, 

Sally Russ, aged 53, wife of John. 
" 12. Elizabeth Clark Roberts, aged 5, 

" 13. Fi:chardson, aged 4, 

Sept. — . Infant child oi Baker, 

" 23. Rene Hopkins, aged 71, 

" 23. Timothy Wadsworch, aged Si, 



Dec. 


31. 


1825. 


Feb. 


/ • 


Apr. 


I. 


' ' 


17- 


" 


21. 


May 


2 3 . 


"' 


2^. 


July 


3- 




29. 


Aug 


20. 


' ' 


23. 


Sept 


9- 


" 


16. 



Ucsidcnct;. 

Hartford. 



E. Windsor. 
Hartford. 



E. Windsor. 
Hartford. 



Vernon. 

Hartford. 

Greenfield, Mass. 

Hartford. 

New York. 

Hartford. 

Wintonbury. 
Hartford. 



Oct. 



Dec. 


30 


1826. 


Jan. 


3 


" 


12 


Feb. 


10 


* * 


16 

I "* 


" 


i3 


" 


20 


Mar. 


S 


•' 


O-T 


" 


23 


May 


It 


June 


29 


July 





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I/- 


Aug. 


I. 


" 


9- 



E. Windsor. 
Hartford. 



New York. 



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692 



CHRIST CHURCH, IlARTKORK. 



Date 


of E 


Oct. 


1 • 


" 


10. 


" 


2 1. 


1 )ec. 


2. 


" 14- 
1827. 

Tn.11. 1:3. 


"Mar. 


16. 




-7- 


•' 


2'j. 


" 


20. 


Anr. 


13. 


Mav 


13- 


July 


I. 


" 


6. 


Aug-. 


11. 


" 


12. 


Sent. 
Oct. 


I?. 



Nov. 



iS 


28. 


Jan. 


21. 


Feb 


10. 


Apr 


16. 




16. 


:>rav 


23- 


Julv 


13- 


Aug 


. 5 • 


" 


7- 


Sept 


• 13- 


* ' 


19. 


* * 


2.3. 


Oct. 


17- 


Xov 


9- 


" 


19. 


Dec. 


9- 


'• 


I . 

2S. 


" 


29. 


'■ 


29. 


IS. 


39. 


Feb. 


13- 


" 


15- 


" 


26. 


Apr. 


r. 


May 


13- 


* ' 


; 


" 


2-. 


July 


II. 


■ • 


21. 


Dec. 


2q. 


1S30. 


Jan. 


10. 


Feb. 


10. 


ilar. 


6. 


" 


0- 


Apr. 


9- 


May 


20. 


July 


10. 



-'"•'•'^I- " Nana-. 

Michael Perlcins, ai;cfl4i, 
James Canricid, ag-ecl t, 
Hngh Craig Ram-ey, aged 35, 
Samuel Parkman Llovd, aged 27, 
Mavy Jane Baker, aged 1, ^ 

Day, almshouse, aged — , 

I.rcy Ann'Phelps, aged 15, 

llan'nah York, colored, aged 45, 

John Ilenry Gains, aged 8 months, 

Jv.liaett Helena Gains, aged 8 months, 

Harriet Stebbins P]jelps,*'agcd 26, 

Jacob Cooper, colored, aged "-,2, 

Louisa Ann Hubbiud, aged 5>i, 

Kd-.vard Frisbie, aged 2^ 

Sarah fJhza Beale,\iged 2, 

Eunice Goodwin, aged 57, wife of George G. 

Letty Lambert, c.)lored, aged 62. 

Callies, colored, infant, 

Mary H. Doane, aged 52, 
Augustus Andross, aged'sS, 
Alfred Holt, aged 30, 

Susan Brown, aged 48, 

John "Weare, aged 30, 

Eustace Sponcer, irifant. 

Infant child of Henry Kenton, 

Win. V. Speare, aged 30, 

Willis Baldwin, ag-ed 24, 

Erastus Good\\-iu" infant, 

Aurelia Miller, aged 2, 

Elizabeth G. Seyms, aged 20, 

Eleanor M'Mor?'n, infant, 

Elizabeth Sumner Brownell, aged 2, 

Edward Mar.sh, aged 27, 

Xancy Porter, infant, 

Mary Elizabeth Canfield, aged 1 year, 

Aug-usta Temple Rogers, aged 34', 

Louisa Sawyer, aged 24, 

Harriet Lavinia Phelps, aged 3, 

Enoch Powers, aged. 38, 

John Crafts, aged 26, 

Erastus Goodwin, infant. 

T. L. Winthrop Rogers, aged 7, 

L\-dia Ann Aldridge, aged 24, 

Martha Carev, aged 12, 

Michael Olco'tt, aged 53, 

Frederick LIubbard Hoadley, aged 26. 

Lovisa K. Gordon, aged 38, 

EHhu Roberts, aged 50, 

George Cheney, aged 58. 

Jedediah Bartholoinew, aged 44, 

Amelia_ Wheeler, wife of Dr. Lemuel, aged -4, 

Lr.cy Keppel. aged 66. 

Robert Coolidge. aged 2'j. 

TamiCs Rose, aged 25, buried at Durham, 

Roswel! Barthoiomew, aged 49, 

Gilbert Olm.stead Goodwin, aged 5, 

E Brainerd. aged 5 months. 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



New York. 
Hartford. 



Springfield. 
H art ford. 



Middletown. 
Hartford. 



E. Hartford. 
Hartford. 



Windsor. 

Manchester. 

Hartford. 



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APPENDIX. 



69: 



Date 


oft! 


Ju'y 


II. 




2=;. 


Aug 


27. 


* ' 


30. 


Sept 


26. 


Oct. 


12. 


" 


15- 


Nov. 


5- 


Dec. 


20. 


.. 


7- 
16. 


1831. 


Jan. 


J4- 


Feb. 




;; 


9- 
^0 




- 1- 


" 


2f,_ 


ilar. 


3. 


" 


6. 


" 


16. 


Apr. 


2. 


' ' 


10. 


y.ciy 


3'J- 


June 


I. 


" 


15- 


July 


19- 


Aug. 


4- 


" 


8. 


Sept. 


12. 


" 


16. 


" 


29. 


Dec. 


J- 


'* 


9- 


" 


15- 


1832. 


Tail. 


7. 


Mar. 


3- 


Apr. 


29. 


" 


30. 


May 


9. 


June 


I. 


" 


16. 


July 


23. 


Aug. 


19. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


iC. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


9- 


1833. 


Feb. 


4- 


Apr. 


16. 


" 


18. 


May 


— . 


June 


I. 


' ■ 


24- 


Aug. 


5- 


'* 


14- 



urial. Name. Rcsidenci;. 

Horace Beach Griswold. aged 7, Hartford. 

Bridget Goodwin, aged 32, " 

I?a:ic Toucey Beach, aged 5 months, " 
Henry Lee Pinney. agtd i year, E. Windsor. 
Erastus M. Goodwin, aged i year, Hartford. 

Ilezekiah Wadsu-ortli, aged 46, " 

Jeremiah Heale, aged 41, " 

Marv McGnire, aged 7, " 
Infant clnld of Dr. Cooley, 

Mr. Romaiu, about 46, " 

Tane Maria Chaniberjain, aged 2|^, " 

XViiharn Light, colored man, aged 19, *' 

Alice TeTy, infant, " 

Adelaid In'ilay, aged i year and 3 months, " 

^lary Strozzi, aged 29, *' 

Branch Roberts, aged 33, " 

Hindman Miner, aged 24, ' " 

Lydia C. Mather, aged 25, 

William H. Wadsworth, aged 29, " 

John B. Cierc, aged 2, " 

Marietie Durang, aged 3, " 

Infant child of jamia Savage, " 

F-milv Nichols, aged 27, " 
Infanf chi'd of D. F. Wilds, 

Wilds, aged 2, " 

Charles Martinson, aged 2, " 

James Carter, aged 24, " 

Betsey Tuttle, aged 52, wife of Samuel, " 

Aurelia Mills Cooley, aged 5, " 

Richard B. Post, aged i, " 

Jerome Murpjiy, aged i, • ' " 

Isabella Lathrop, aged 7, *' 

Zcph.aniah Preston, aged 2, " 

Michael Bull, a.ged 69, " 

Priscilla Ripley, aged 42, wife of Philip, " 

Angelina Morse, aged 23, " 

John Chamberlain, aged i, ** 

Mary Augusta Phelps, aged S, " 

John McMoran, aged iS months, " 

Lydia Royse, aged 59, " 

Jeremiah S. Stocking, aged 17 months, " 
Planning Goodwin, aged 42. 

Mrs. Catharine H. Huntington, aged 26, removed to Brooklyn. 
Miss Olida Rood Huntington, aged 20, late of Watervillc, N. V., " 
Mr, Wm. W. Wadsworth, aged 55. 
Mrs. Harriet P'aton. aged 22, 
}klr. Mason, aged 42. from the Retreat, N. C. 



Mrs. Sarah Hatfield, aged 26. 

Mr. Perkins, aged 41, 

Mrs. Eunice A. Adams, aged 25, int. at Simsbury, 

Mrs. H. U. Jones, aged 26, of the Baptist Society, 

Mrs. Mary Imlay. aged Si, 

Augustm Slaugliter Smith, aged 7 months, 

Mr. John Russ, aged 67. 

Mary Buck, dau. ot ^[r. Dudley B., aged 1 year, 

John Albert Lee. son of W. T., aged 4 months, 

Mrs. Amelia Pratt, \vife of E. B. 

Cornelia Lucretia, dau. of Azor Hatch, aged 5 weeks, 



Hartford. 



694 



CHRIST CIIURCir, HARTFORD. 



^[ay 


16. 


June 


14. 


July 
Au;.r. 


29. 

8. 


" 


28. 


Sept. 


S. 


Oct. 


23- 

i. 


n 


5- 


" 


iS. 


'• 


iS. 


Nov. 


10. 



Dale of Burial. Xapie. Rcsidcucc. 
Aug. 27. Col. Rosvvcil (Spriiigfield) Leo, aged 57, Sprin^neld. 

" 2S. Dau. of Cant. Ilciiry Watermanraged 2 weeks, Hartford. 

Sept. ?. Mrs. Abby Lcdiic, aged 56, wife of Samuel, " 

" 3. Mrs. A"or Hatch, aged 39. 

Oct. 31. Willia:a Edward Watrous, son or Seymour, aged 9 nioath'^, " 
Nov. 20. Eli Todd, a'r-ed 64, [Bp. BrowiiellJ 

1S34. 
Feb. 2G. >rargaret P. Flower, dau. of Ebenezer, aged 14, [Dr. \\ hcaton] " 

Apr. 9. Eliza Warner, [Ji]). B.] Berlin. 
" i3. Henry Fuller, child of Benjainin, Jr., aged 3, " Springfield, Mass. 

" 22. Heiirieita Flower, dau. of Ebenezer, aged 11, " Hartford. 
Lucius Hatch, 51, ^ [Dr. W.] 
John Corss, aged 35, 

Hotly Gra!iam liuck, wife of Dudley, aged 2S, " " 

Henry Imlay, aged 44, " " 

Maria Frisbie, " " 
Lucy Ann Phelps, dau. of Walter, aged 6, " 

John T. Peters, aged 70, " " 
Sarah Morgan Goodwin, dau. of James, Jr., aged i, 

Isaac T. Seym<^ur, aged 20, " 

Eliza Stewart, dau. of Charles, aged 6 nios , " 

Trun:an Hanks, Jr., son of Truman, aged 13, '* 

Charles Wadsv/orth, aged 25, . " 

]\[ary Rowe Colton, wife of Charles A., .?.ged 25, " 
Charles Carrington of Farmington. aged iS, Farmington. 

Homer Grant Colton, son of Charles A., aged 2 mos., Hariiord. 
Mary Ehza Hattield, dau. of John, aged 7 weeks, [Prof. Totten] 

" 17. Julia Ann Wells, dau. of Ouvcr, aged S weeks, East Hartford. 
" 22. Henr\- Abbott Moses, son of Jabez IL, aged I, 

)tc. 5. Samuel Gray, aged 42, " 
5. Sarah B^-ainard Porter, dau. of David S., aged 4 mos., 

Harriet Kempton, wife of Zaccheus, aged 34, int. Glastonbury, Wimlsor. 

Fanny Bigelov,-, aged 35, remains brought from New York, Hartford. 
John Montague Danforth, aged 31, 

Benjamin Hiscock, son of William, aged 16, " 
George Wadsworth Strickland, aged i3, buried at Glastonbury, " 

William Hi.scock, aged 42, " 

George Butler Lee, son of William T., aged 4 mos., " 

Catharine Trotter, wife of George, aged 4S, " 

William Frisbie, son of Denison, aged 10 mos., '* 

Russell Bull, aged 63, " 

Ellen 2kLaria Meigs, dau. of William H., aged 7 mos., " 

Normand Pease, aged 36, " 

George Barlow Pra,tt, aged 22, Boston. 

I'rances Margaret Clarke, wife of Joseph S., aged 27, Hartford. 

'• 20. Elizabeth Hamilton, widow of Hccior, aged 63, 

Aug. I' I. Nancy D-jane, aged 42, " 

'• 24, Frances Curtis, dau. of William, aged i, " 
Charles Johnson, illegitimate hou of Rebecca, colored, aged 3, 
Cornelia Hall, dau. of Andrew C, aged 2 mos., 

Eliza Ann Barber, dau. of Betsey, aged 22 mos., Canterbury. 

Sarah Gray, widow of Ebenezer, aged 72, Hartford. 
Lucy Smith, aged S3, 

Ellen Waterman, dau. of Henry, Jr., aged 10 mos., " 

John Kno>:, aged 43, *' 

Mary E'izabeth Chamberlain, dau. of James, aged 13, 

Caroline Malvina Robbins. dau of Pbiiemoa F., aged 3. 

Aurelia Bir.;e Pratt, dau. of George, aged 26, " 

Chloe L. Parsons, wife of Seth, aged 51, " 



" 


1^. 


1835- 

Jan. 9. 
Feb. I. 


Mar. 


p_ 


' * 


II. 


• ' 


I i . 

21. 


Apr. 


3- 


* * 


19. 


" 


23- 


* * 


25. 


" 


■^0. 


Mav 


2S. 


July 


25- 



Sept. 


S. 


Oct. 


15- 
r. 


' • 


9- 


Nov. 


25- 

rS. 


1836. 

Jr^.n. 12. 


" 


27. 


Feb. 


26. 


Mar. 


I. 



avpe:;dix. 



695 



n\tc 


nf R 


ATar. 


II. 


Apr. 


1 7- 


" 


16. 


May 


ry 


" 


16. 


" 


16. 


' ■ 


-}>• 


" 


2'). 


Jime 


8. 


" 


12. 


" 


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26 


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K. Windsor. 
Hartford. 

Siinsburv. 
Hartford. 



ed 2, 

s, 

ed ? nion 



urial. Nariiv. Residence. 

Catharine Church, dan. of the late Asher, aged 12, Hartford. 

JfTusha Uicki'-ison, wife 01 Ra^ph, aj^cd 41, Berlin. 

Wiiiiajn flrifiin Ishani, S'Ui of William, a;j.ed 2, Hartford. 

Susan Stocking, wife of Septimus, aged 40, " 

Caroline Stella Adams, dau. of Byron, aged 4, *' 

Ebenezer Collins, aged 70, " 

Charles Stewart, aged 38, " 

William Henry Keney, son of Aaron, aged 5 week?, " 

Denison P'risbie, aged 49, " 

Julia BlanelR' iJeWolf, dau. of George B., aged i, " 

Horace Wad -worth, aged 62, 
Eunice Hitchcnck, wife of Eliakim, aged 71, 
Sarah Bradley Beach, dau. of George, aged 25, 
Theodore Lyman, aged 22, 
Ruth Pinney, widow of Abraham, aged So, 
Hannah T. Smith, wife of Samuel E., aged 46, 
Elizabeth Chamberlain, dau. of James, aged i, 
, WiihaTH Phelps, son of Walter, aged i, 
John Wheaton Bull, son of John W., aged i, 
Curtis Augustus Crittenden, son of Sylvester, a^^^.. 
Rockwell Smith, son of Samuel E., aged 4 months, 
A^'illiam Y\'ilmer Tyler, son of Rev. Joseph P., aged ; months, 
Mary Ann Humpihrey, wife of George, aged 26, 
Mary Jane Watson, daughter of Clarissa, aged 3 mos., ■ 
I'udley Buck, sou of Dudlej', aged 2, 
George Charles ^lartinsou, son cf Charles, aged 2, 
Chauncey Bailey, aged 42, 

Orion Gains Hatfield, sou of John, aged 1, 

Nathan Morgan, aged 50, 

Sarah Elizabeth Hatfield, daughter of John, aged 3 weeks, 

Eiien Gains, daughter of John, aged 11 months, 

Eliza Ripley, wife of Philip, aged 33, 
, Susan Hatch, widow of Lucius, aged 44, 

Nathaniel Dickinson, aged 77, 
, Mary Jones, aged 72, 

Julia Matilda Treat, daughter of Charles, aged 6, 

Sarah Porter Lord, wife of Hayues, aged 34, 

Emily Catharine Wood, daughter of Hiram, aged 10 

Hannah Louisa Wells, daughter of Oliver, aged 17, 

Mary C. Perkins, aged 79, 

Urania Porter, widow of Eldad, aged 63, 

Richard Joel, aged 54, 

William Hubbard Fiergh, son of George R., aged i, 

Lavinia Collins Treat, daughter of Charles, aged 5, 
. Hannah Phillips, aged 54, 
, Edward Talcott Slater, son of Samuel, aged 3, " 

Cephas Mortimer Mills, soa of Charles, aged 16, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

. Chloe Cornish, wife of Virgil, aged 37, Hartford 

. Ann Ellsworth, aged 41, East Windsor 



Lebanon. 
Hartford. 



Berlin. 
Hartford. 



East 



Hartford. 
Hartford. 

Trinidad. 

Hartford. 



Amey Marks, wife of Zcchariah. aged 75, Burli 

>rary Wallace Davies, daughter <^f Charles, aged 7, Ha 

Julius Clifton Hedge, son of Lemuel, aged 15, 

N.trmand Butler, aged 75. 

Haynes Mortimer Lovelaud, son of Horace, aged i, 

Edwin Smith, aged 21, Nortliarapton, 

Timothy Hatch, aged So, Ha: 

Eliza Maria Stuarc, dau. of the late Charles Stuart, aged 2, 

Edward Hamilton, son of William, aged 10 mos., 

Lester Freeman, sou of Thomas, aged 3, 



ngLon. 
tford. 



^rass. 
tford. 



69-: 



CHRIST CflJRCll, DARTIURI). 



Date ui Burial. Name. RcsideiiL-e. 

July iQ. Chester Lamb, son of the late Chester Lamb, aged S, Hartford. 

" CO. Orriii Fiet;r.:an, son of Thomas, ac'jed 5, 

" 30. ]'.;ii7,abetL r.cauchnnip, daughter of Georci^e, aged II rnoiiths, 

Aug. 5. Ann Curwood, widow of John, r.:^cd 77, " ! 

" 16. Louisa M<>rgan Hall, daughter ui Isaac M., aged i week, " i 

•' 17. John IJutler, son of John, aged 2 weeks, " • 

" 22. Anna Potter, widov." of Admiral Potter, aged SG, " ' 

Sept. 2. James Rose, aged fJ'>, interred at Durham, 

4. Thomas .Simon's Frisbie, aged 21, New York. 

" 6. Francis Huntington, son of Francis J., aged 10 months, " 

" 10. Clement Bcach.'son of George, aged 4 moiiths, Hartford. ', 

" II. Gilbert Cleland Waterman, son of Henry, Jr., aged 2, 

" 21. Amelia Taylor, dan. of Edwin, aged q inos., int. at Glastonbiiry, "' 

•• 22. William Alfred Goodwin, son of James M., aged 7, " I 

Dec. 1. Henry Ford, aged 50, " ! 

7. Lucy vStone Caldwell, diu. of Joseph, aged 19 mos., " | 

" 17. Abigail Maria Woodward, dan. of F^lkanah S., aged 2, '.' I 

1839. , i 

]::n. 14. William Cooley, aged 57, interred at Manchester, East Hartford. : 

Feb. I. Margaret Fryer Smyth, dau. of Isaac F., aged 7, New York. ^ 

" 21. Helen Huntington, "dan. of Francis J., aged 3, " i 

Mar. 12. Eliza Newton, aged 22, " Hartford. 

26. Lester V.'adsworfa, aged 33, " , 

" 2.;. Harriet I)rad;ey, aged 35, '* \ 

Aj)r. S. Octavia Perkins, dau. of Isaac, aged 20, "1 

" 14. Rhoda Rowland, wife of F.enjamin, aged 47, " 

" 24. Sumner Hicks, son of Richard, aged 17 months, " 1 

" 28. George Shepard, son of Fanny, aged 2, . " ! 

May 12. William Rochester Benton, son of Charles, aged 12. ' 

12. Samuel Webster, aged 44, " ! 

June II. Harriet Shirley Floadley, aged 33, " | 

" 29. Cliarles William Sidney- James, .son of Charles, aged 14 mos., •' j 

July 5. Dr. John Dodd Ru.ss. aged 29, " ; 

" 17. John Alexander Hoi;stou, son of John, aged 6 weeks, "' ', 

" 22. Emm.ehne Roberts, aged 38, " '■ 

" 25. Charles Stedman Isham, son of William, aged 3 months, " 

" 23. Samuel Wells, son of Gideon, aged S months, " r 

" 20. Samuel Anderson Bcresford, son of Samuel B., aged i month, " ' 

Aug. 9. Vernon Hobbs. son of Richard H., aged 3 weeks, " I 

" II. Betsey Vaughan, aged about 100, - " ; 

" 14. Ezekiel Huntley, aged S7, " j 

" 22. George Rogers Winchester, son of George W. , aged 3 months, " : 

Sept. 13. Isaac Talcott, agtd 66, " I 

" iq. Alice Canfield Cone, aged 20, '* ; 

" 22. Eliza Taylor, aged 34, interred at Glastonbury, " 

\ " 23. Martha ]NIaria Hale, aged 21, "^ ' 

I " 27. Eliza Thomas, wife of^William, colored, aged 44, New York. 

; Oct. 15. I^liza Adams, wife of Chester, aged 29, int. at Simsbury, Hartford. 

I " 21. I</seph Darling, aged 45, " 

* " 27. 'William Hall Tudor, son of William W.. aged 3. Ea.-t Windsor. 

Nov. 6. Jane Osmond Pratt, ^\■^fe of Elisha B., aged 2S, Hartford. 

i ] >t.c. 10. Brainard Taylor, son of Edwin, aged S mos., int. Glastoniniry. " 

> "II. Mary Pinney, daughter of Ebenezcr, aged 4. East Windsor. 

1 1S40. 

I Jan. I. Joshua Miller, aged 26, Hartford. ; 

i " 3. Susan Huntington, wife of Hezckiah, aged 71, " 

I " 4. Hcnrv Ellsworth, aged 30, P'ast Windsor. > 

i Feb. I. Oliver Holcomb Mather, son of William, aged I. * Hartford. j 

I "7. Charles Baker Ripley, son of Philip, a^ed i3, 

i Mar. 4. Lyman Gaylord. son of Albert C, aged 5. " « 

I " 20. George William Houston, son of George, aged 2 weeks, " = 



ArPENDIX. 697 

Date of Burial. Name. . Residence. 

Apr. S. Emmeline Smith, widow of Collins G., a;.^c'l 29. Hartford. 

12. Rens ;elaor Rose, ai^ed 54, " 
" i-j. Thomas Gordon StcdiT.an, aged 27, 

" 19. Clarence Devon Webster, son of the late Sam'l Webster, aged i, " 

" 23. Sabra Aliyn, widow of George, aged 78, " 
May 13. Mary Holt, dan. of the late Moses H., aged 20, 

" 23. Seth Sweetser, aged 71, " 

" 2-[. James B. Xie'nnlas, colored, aged about 35, •• 

June 23. Sally Lancelot Morgan, wife of John, aged 75. " 
July 3. Anne Cottin Putnam, aged 42, interred at Broi.klyn, 

7. An iiifuut daug'uer of Harvey Dickinson, aged 1 week, " 

" 16. Kliakim Hitchcock, aged 73, East Windsor. 

" 22. Caroline Jennison. dau. of the late Chas. Jcnnison, aged 20, Boston. 

Aug. 3. Plarriec Davies, dan. of Prof. Charles, aged 2, " Hartford. 

John Wallace, son of James, aged 7, drowned, " 

Isaac Perkins, aged 60, '* 

Amanda R. Cone, aged 36, •• 

Eli/.abetli Lord Cooley, dau. of late Wm. Cooley, aged 15, 

interred at Manchester, " 
Henrietta Seymour, dau. of Charlotte, aged 3 months, 
Eli.rabeth Bull, widow of Amos, aged 70, 
Rejoice Xcsvton, aged 43, 

Jane Kuox. widow of Jc>hn, aged 46, " 

Phineas Burnham, aged 33, interred at East Hartford, '* 

Thomas Hawks, aged 36, " 

Sarah Hawks, aged 71, " 

Lydia Jane Smitli, dau. of late Noah Smith, aged 21, int. at 

Berlin, ' Berlin. 

Zachariah Marks, aged 79, Burlington. 





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1841. 
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26. 

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Charlotte Wadsworth Benton, dau. of Charles, aged i, Hartford. 

Roland Wadsworth, aged 30, " 

Solomon Porter, son of Asa S., a.ged 4 months, " 

Albert Homer Root, son of John D., aged 8 months, " 

Lodowick Stewart Wolcott, aged 45, buried at Manciiester, Hampton. 

Family Humphrey, wife of George, aged 26, Hartford. 
William Buckland Coo'ey, aged 32, 

Relief Bradley, wife of Joseph, aged 70, died at Xew Haven, 

Harriet Adams Porter, wife of Asa S., aged 23, " 
Mary P^lizabeth Beckwith, dau. of Alonzo S., aged 2, 
Catharine Seyms, widov,- of Robert, aged 62, 
Solcimon Thomas Hawks, son of late Thos. Hawks, aged 2, 

John McKay, son of William C, aged 3, " 

" 22. Mary Totten, daughter of Silas, aged II months, " 

29. Martha Gains, wife of John, aged 52, " 

May 7. Th>:>m.as Sylvester P)rownell, aged 25, " 

•' 15. Dr. Barwick Bruce, aged S4, " 

" 2j. Prances Lyman, widow of Justin, aged 62, " 

" 25. Charles Hart, soti of Lorenzo, aged S, " 

June 2. James Henry Lathrop, aged 27, ' " 

7. Ellen Watrous, daughter <^f Seymour, aged 3, " 

" 27. Vv'illiam Ailyn Mather, son of William, aged 4, *' 

July 2u. EIi;:abeth Clark, aged 55, " " 

" 22. Robert Seynies Humphrey, sou of George, aged 2, " 

" 23. Oliver Weils, aged 52, ' East Hartford. 

" 25. Jane Amelia Pratt, daughter of Elisha B., aged 2. Hartford. 
" 3:. Mabel Bruce, widow of Dr. Barwick, aged S2. 
Aug. 2. Laura Frances Humphrey, daughter of George, aged 3, 

3. Lucy Frances Hawks, dau. of the late Thomas, aged 10 mos., " 

" 10. Josepii Atherton, aged 3^, " 

" 22. Mary Jane Hivaston, dau. of Alexander, aged 23. " 



698 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



Date of Burial. Vatn^ ,> 

<„.f T ,1 ,. , -, -^ame. Residence, 

btpt. 9. ll'nciihan l.utt<,n bargcant, son of Levi, a-ed =0 months. Hartford 

9. ^[ariaB!od-ct, dau. ot Ro.sw.-ll. a-ed 9 months. .. 

;| I•-^ Abigail Bnrni.a.n, widow of Phiucas. acjod ;3. int. at E. Hartford '• 

23. Janies \\ aUace. son of [ames, a/ed i vear ' .. 

" 25- Sarah Tattle, dau. of VViHiam R, ajre'd i week 

Oct. 0. Ilannah Rowland, wife of Benjamin, aged 36, 

17- Ebenezer Gaidner, acrod 51, ' \rTnn>.n-fr.T- 

" 19. Stephen Bulkley. aged 73. Hnrtf T 

•• 2S. Catharine Terry, wife of Xathaniel, aged 67 aru jia. 

-\ov. 2. Elizabeth Heath, wife of Stephen, aged 02, ' East Windsor. 

J. L>dia buannard bnuth. aged ",2, ■ u^-,,-,.^,, 

" 19. Adfliae Hull, dau. of George; aged 16, Sandisfield "iS" 

Dec. 2S. James Barv.ick Bere.sford. son of SamAel B.. aged 4, Harlf!rd. 

Jan. 10. Eliva Jane Carmichael Bere.sford. dau. of Dr. Samuel B., a-ed i " 

_^ 13. ^i^'-tha Barber, wite of Grandison. aged 44. int.atOlastonbufv, Bl'x.mf'd 

19. bamuel Ledhe, aged 70, ' Hnrtfn l' 

" 20. -}Iary Chittenden^Meigs, dau. of William H a-ed :; riaruora. 

" 29. Julia Mary Clark, dau. of David, aged 4. ' ^"^ ^' 

Feb. 3. John Edward Kappel, son of George, acred i 

.Mar. 3. .Mary Hamilton, dau. of William, aged 6, 

7- Robert Dickinson, son of Harvey, ru^ed 4 weeks 

;• II. Constance Allyn, dau. of Timothy M., aged 17 months. 

15. Mary bweet.ser. wife of Henry P., aged 32 

17. 1-^dward Root, son of Teremiah D., aged 5,' 

" 17. Thomas Llovd, aged '73, ' ,, 

Apr. 12. Cornelia Rn?s. dau. of the bte John, a^ed 27 

" 13. y^'adsworthGrantAlvord, son of Elijah S.," aged I S months, 

21. Abigail Olcott, aged 69. 

24. Jemima RansonL^wiie of Amos, aged 73, 

23. Che.ster Wells, aged ^6, ' Fo-f t-Io f /! 

May 16. Rosella Burnham. dau. of Gilbert, aged 9 months, HaSo'd 

23. Martha Urania Pratt, dau. of George a<^ed ", ^^ul.u. 

" 23. Hezekiah Huntington, aged 82, • & • ^^ 

June 29. Clarissa James, wife of William, aoed ^~ 

July 22. James Buck son of Dudley, aged ? year and 3 months. 

Aug. 2. Samuel Bush Hicks. sf)n of the late Oliver H a-^ed 15 

|- S. Francis Etheli>ert Caldv.ell. son of Joseph, aged'"6 mouths 

11. James Smait Ely, son of James, aged i year 

12. Mary Augusta I'lawks, dau. of the late Thomas a^-ed 5 
'17. \\ ilham Augustus North Bridge, son of Edmund f., a^^-'ed 3 

bept. 21. John Morgan, aged S9, " ,, 

25. Ahnira Bradlev,' wife of Joseph a-^ed ^a 
Oct. 2. Edward Day. 'aged ^4, " ■'"^' 

[[ 3. Catharine B'rinley.v.'ife of George, aged ", int. at Brooklyn 

^^ 3. Daniel G. Remington, aged 23. interred at Windsor, 

V ^o" ['J^''^'^^ ^,''^^- Bulkley. aged 29. buried at Wethers.lcld. 

-NOV. s. irlarrietjerusua Robins, wife of Gurdnn. Jr a<-ed "4 

Dec. 16 Edward Stewart, son of William, aged o months " 

1843. 

Jan. 12. Ann Wadsworth. widow of Roger, aged 83 •. 

•' 22. Rebecca Porter Conner, dau. of Wiliram, a'-'ed i3 

reb. I. Amos Ransom, aged 82. "^ 

'; 9- Edward Day Roberts, s'-n of Moselev S.. aged iS m.onths 

12. .Mary Cotton Mun-av. aged 61, ' ' ' .. 

" 21. Hopey Stevens, wifb of Henry, aged 35, int. at G'.astonburv 

-Mar. J. Horace bkuKier, aged 59. 

7- Dr. James Berccord. ay:cd 60, 

Apr. 17. Hmilv Phillips, wid-.w of George, aged 63. int. at Wethersfield. " 

-May 5. Martha Ann Newton, dau. of the late Rejoice, aged 20 

June I. Charlotte Seymour, dau. of Ledyard a^ed -- 



APPENDIX. 699 

Date cf Burial. Name. RosMencc. 
June 30. Saritli Louisa Everest, wife of the Rev. Charles AV., a'.^^e(l 24. Hamdcu. 

" 30. Maria M. Bull<'cy, widow of Steplien, a;.,'ed 70, Hartford. 

July 4. Ilauauh ^[. Hudson, dan. of Henry, aged 19, " 

5. Jane Yo'.in;.j Gourley, duu. of Hu;^h, ai;ed 24, " 

" 2u. Isetsey Wcare. aged 50, , " 
Aug-. 12. Hannah r)rapcr."widow of Nathan. a;:ied 75, buried at Greenfield, " 
" 24. Harriet Mather Hills, wife of James, af^'ed 27, East JIartford. 

" 29 vSu>au Frisbie, widow of Deni.^cn, aa:ecl 53, Hartford. 
Sei)t. I. Elizabeth Hare, widowof Richard W!, a.o^cd 71, buried atSaybrook, " 

" 22. Marth-a E. Kenyon, wife of Edward, aged 2S, " 

" 26. Simeon Griswold, ag'ed 7S, " 

Oct. 14. Jame.s Goodwin, 2d. acjed 63, " 

" 16. ^Iartha Kel^^ey, widow of Joseph, aged 73, *' 
" 23. Sarah Louisa 'Mallett Everest, dau. 01 tiie Rev. Charles W., 

a,'j;od 4 months, Ham.den. 

" 25. Ruth Dexter, widow of Normnn, acred 69, Hartford. 
Dec. 6. Anna Eii/:abeth Slillman, dau. of Allyn S., aged 2, 

•• 23. Dr. Edv\-ard Povnroy Terry, aged 43, " 
1844. • ' ' 

Jan. 19. Sa.Ktoa Picket Moore, aged 32, * " 

" 20. Ellen Cornelia Atherton, dau. of Newton, aged 3, 

Feb. II. l->rasti;s ^Viii■.am Har\-ey. aged 36, " 
" 29. Charlotte H. Hurlbut. wife of Joseph, aged 31, int. E. Hartford, " 

Mar. 5. Lucy Goodwin, dau. of James, Jr.. aged 2. " 

S. Lucy Pratt. widov\- of Elisha Pratt, aged 73, " 

" 19. Joseph Bradley, aged 75, - " 

Martha Adams, widow of Nathaniel, aged 73, " 

Eliza Mallorv, wife of Charles, aged 22. " 
Harriet Kinfock, widov.- of Cieland, aged 76, Charleston, S. C. 

Mary Ann Brown, colored, aged 2.S, Hartford. 
William Samuel Johnson, aged 29, removed from N. Y., New York. 

Simeon Arnold, aged 55. Hartford. 
Nathaniel Terry, aged 76, 

Eli.-^abeth Ann Conkliii, dau. of John, aged 7. " 

Louis Rouvier, aged 51, " 

William Crocker, aged 37, " 

JaiViCS Goodwin, aged 67, " 

John Grinnell, aged< 53, " 

Harriet Newton, dau. of the late Rejoice, aged 23, " 

George Joseph Houston, son of John, aged 7. " 

Catharine Putnam, wid. of F^aniel, aged S7, int. at Brooklyn, " 
Azor Hatch, aged 51, 

George Niles Hanks, son of Lucian B., aged 3 v.eeks, 

Emma Houston, wife of George, aged 29, " 

Ruth Ward, wife of James, aged 71, " 

Mary Ann Goring, dau. of Thomas, aged 2, " 

^Lary Cowles, widow of Henry, aged 54. " 

William Kepler Wells, son of William A., aged 3, " 

Elizabeth Sumner, wife of Dr. George, aged 50, " 

Eliza Greenfield M.arvin, wife of Thomas, aged 44, 

Saruel Tirfany, son of Samuel S., a^ed i day. New York. 

Ain:a ^L'lria Brown, dau. of Andrew P.. aged 2 weeks, Hartford. 

Isabella Perkins, dau. of Isaac C agerl 2 weeks, 

Happy Knowles. widow of John, aged 75. " 

Elizabeth Maria Perkins, wife of Isaac C aged 32. " 

Mary Morgan, widow fu" Dr. Titus, aj^'^d 60, 

Mary Dexter Hanks, wife of Lueian B., aged 35, " 

Eilwin Heath, son of George, aged 6 nv>s.. " 

Tulia Charlotte Kcemmel. dau. of Charles F., aged i, *' 

ilaria Hannah Booth, aged 33. " 



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700 CIIRIbT CHURCH, HARTFORD. 

Date of Burial. Name. Residenc.;. '' 

July 6. Mary Lloyd, widnw of Thonias, aget.1 71, Hartford. ; 

" 16. Sarah Mc.Mahon, wife of Thomas.aged 4!, Glastonbury. t 

Auj,'. 20. Raijhi.-! Oickiiison, wife of Harvey, aged 33, Hartford. ' 

Abigail Pierce Kebey, aged 37, ' " 1 

Joseph L. Cooley, aged 32, " I 

Harriet Putr.am Brinjey, dau. of George, aged 33, interred 1 

at H''ooklyn, ^ ^ - ^^ | 

Snphia Haskell Collins, dau. of Algernon S., aged 15 inos.. New York. 

Joel Carter, aged So, "■ Hartford. ! 

Maria Beach, wife of George, aged 47, " j 

li^rnma Jane Houston, dau." of John, aged i, " j 

Julia Maria Brown, wife of l'"]avius A., aged 27, " ■; 

Mary Arnold, dau. of the late Simeon, aged 19, " \ 

Truman Hanks, aged 64, ' " \ 

John Brocklesby, aged 77. •■ ', 

Elizabeth Jane Stewart, dau. of William, aged 4, " \ 

CTf)dfiey Malbone Brinley, son of George, Jr., aged i, " '; 

Dr. Pardon Brownell, aged 58, " East Hartford. \ 

vSu^aunah Hills, wife of Wiliiarn H., aged 34, " , 

Sarah Morgan Huntington, wife of flezekiah. aged 45, Hartford. ' 

George Marshall C>lcott, aged 37, interred at Simsbury, " ' 

Maria Bolies, dau. of Frederick, aged 27, ' " ; 

Catharine Tuttle, dau. of William v., aged 3, " \ 

Elv'ra Cobb, widow of William, aged 71, int. at Tolland. " ' 

Elizabc-lh Rudd, v/iie of Thomas, aged 63, " i 

Return Strong blather, aged 75, " t 

Olive Steele, widow of 1 homas Steele, aged 90, " -' 

Josephine Augusta Chapin. dau. of Merrick W., aged 5, " \ 

Leonard Kip, aged 71, ' " \ 

William Henry Marcy, son of Dr. Erastus E., aged 2, " ', 

Robert Westlann, aged 54, interred at Windsor, " » 

Henry Menzies Webster, aged 24, died at Brooklyn, Brooklvn. N. Y. ' 

George Risiey, aged S3, Hartford. " ■ 

Hannah Daly, wife of Samuel, aged 36, " ' 

Edward P. Cooke, aged 46, " ■ 

Gritiln Stedman, aged 76, " ?" 

Daniel Fra?,er Olcott, aged 39, interred at Simsbury, " i 

Jared Goodrich, aged 59, ' '? : 

A daughter of Amos Robbins, aged 7 weeks, " ? 

Lot Dean, aged 58, . •* ^ 

Martha Russell, wife of John, aged 56, " 

Sally Perry, aged 65, interred at Wciles, Wales, Mass. 

Jane Caroline Pontier, aged 25, Hartford. 

Frances Elizabeth Dewey, dau. of E)aniel S., aged 9, 

John Butler, aged fi6, •' ; 

Clarissa Nichols, wife of George, aged 55, " i 

Annis Wells, wife of Silas, aged 75, *• ', 

Alexander Ramsey, aged 70, " " ; 

Sarah Carter, widovv' of Joel, aged 75, ' . " . ' 

Anna Adams, aged 78. interred at SufTield, " 

William Hamiltcn, aged 44, *' 

Emily Hills, aged 34, *' j 

Theophilus Do we. aged 85. " ' I 

Mary Jane Porch, dau. of Samuel H., aged i, ' '* " 

Caroline Sebring Richards, dau. of Fredi^rick, aged 6, Charleston, S. C. 

Alice St'.icklanci Robbins, dau. of Philemon F., aged i, Hartford. 

Dora Cooper, aged 69, 

Man.' Enuly Hull, dau. of Edmund B., aged i. " - . 

Charlotte Christopher Patten, aged 39. died at East Windsor, 



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July 


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* ^ 


9- 


* * 


10. 


Aug 
Sept 


24- 

I. 
9- 


" 


21. 


Oct. 


:;. 


" 


16. 


" 


22. 


Doc. 


I. 


" 


II. 


1847. 
Jan. S. 


.. 


13- 
IS. 


Feb. 


10. 


Mar. 


4- 


" 


9- 


' ' 


20. 


Apr. 
May 


31- 
12. 

I. 


" 


29. 


" 


30. 


June 


29. 


July 
Aug 


30. 
2 *^. 
10. 


" 


10. 


" 


12. 


" 


19 



■;:■ I' 



May 
June 

July 



APFENIMX. 70^ 

v-,n,P Residence. 

Date of Burial. Name. T-lnrtfnnl 

\v-.- -6 Rcv.ette P.arion, wirlow of Joseph, a.cecl 50. tiariiora. 

SoiTt 29 Lovi.sa Stockbria:>c, widow of David, itAjc-d 53. 
Oct. 9. Gcort^e Riplev. son of rhilii), a^^ed 21 

" 25. Charles Lavaiette Conner, f;on of William, aged lO. 

Nov. 1=;. T<)>eph Atherton. a;;ed 36, 

i)ec. 26. >Iarv Tudor, wife of Samncl, a^od 72, 

■ " 20. Sariiii I'artholomew, aged 62, 

i8ii8 " 

Mar 3. Kli/.abeth, wife of Henry Kilbourn, aifcd 62, 

g Thomas \). Gordon, at^ed 65, 

- lane Isabel Spear, aged 3 y<-'drs and S inonlhs, 

i Mary, wife of William Roe, at;ed 52, [rmKion, Mn-b. 

5.' Marv. wife of Dv. Benjamin RoR-eis, ayed 65; int. (jt. l->ar- 

h. William Wallace Dickinson, aged 25, ^ , _ . .. 

, ^,, .7 Mary C, child of L. B. and A. Goodman, ageu-2 years and 10 mo:,., ^_ 

Au'--. 9. Pam'elia Elii-abeth l-Jelcher, aged 29. 

•" 15. Frederick John Obborn, aged 23, 

Se'.t. ^. (ieorge Nich'jls, aged 67, 4. 

"'' " '■-. Roxa^Roberts, aged 79. 

" 19. David, child of lohn and ^iary kay. aged iS muuth.-,. 

" 2; Marv, wife of Cvprian Nichols, aged 70. 

Sv.sanna. child 61 John and Mary Latham, aged 3, 

Charles II. Stokes"; aged 25, 

Elizabeth B., widow of Isaac Perkms. aged 66, 

Mary, child of AllvnS. and Cecilia Stillman, aged 2 years, lomob.. ^^ 

Marv'lillen Good'ridge, aged 23, 

Sarah, \sife of Thomas Sumner, aged 32, 

I.vaac \V., child of Isaac and Susanna Simons, aged 3, 

Sarah Baxter, colored, aged 70, ,, 

Henrietta, dau. of Wm. H. and Phccbe Imlay, aged 2O, 

Francis Phair, aged 45. ,. 

Marv E. Wadsworth, aged iS, 

Luther H. Perkins, aged 37, 

Thomas [effersoa Scott, aged 37, ,, 

Alba Morehouse, aged 53, 

S^-th Hubbard, aged 65, , ^ ,, , 

Rosanna. wife of Eli^.ur Ilyer, aged 19 years and a months, 

John Robbins, aged 50, 

Sarah, wife of Henrv Wilkinson, aged 2^, 

Charles, son of H. Wilkinson, aged 12 days, 

Susan, wife of Sherman West, aged 44, 

Philip Hev.-ins, aged 4t, , ^^ " 

Emehne, child of F. Mavknecht, aged omon.ns 

Mat-Jia Maria, child of John and Ruby Ann Randall aged 16 mo... _ 

Mary Louisa.child of Stephen and Abby Ann Ricnard5,agcd 2 mob.. ^^ 
" 22. Mark Augustus Frost, aged 31. 
" 2^ William Roe. aged 4S. 
Aug. 2. Rebecca M. Butler, aged 61. 
•' II Marv Ann Sava'.^e. aged 16, 

" ''• Sarah Parker, widow aged 26. Brooklvn, L. I. 

" 19. Ann W^ Hall, aged 71. Fiii-'iord 

" -,o. Samuel Belcher, aged 70, ' I. 

^ept '^. Betsev Thompson, aged 7, .. 

' '■ 21. Daniel H. Osborn, aged 35. i j . 

Oct. i3. Ros-A-cU. child of James and Mary Boiter. aged 4 dayb. 

" 25 John Houston, aged 35, 
Nov. 22. Phoebe, wife of Benning Mann, agea 02. 
bee. 15. Thom.as Marvin, aged 65, 

iSSO- „ . T> u A .. Manchesier. 

Jan. 2S. Eunice Butler, agea 34, 



O-t. 


2. 


'• 


26. 


Nov. 


16. 


" 


17- 


Dec. 


I. 


" 


U- 


" 


18. 


1849. 


Jan. 


10. 


Feb. 


12. 


Mar. 


12. 


" 


u- 


" 


15- 


" 


21. 


" 


21. 


■' 


23- 


" 


29. 


" 


30. 


Apr. 


.6. 


" 


/ • 
19. 


May 


17- 


June 27. 


July 


U- 




iS. 



Feb. 


2. 


" 


S. 


:slrir. 


TJ, 


" 


-3- 


Apr. 
May 


ic. 
II. 


'• 


3i- 


June 


19- 



Tuiy 
All-. 


5. 
9- 


* * 


Q. 




Ifc. 


" 


23- 


" 


27. 


Oct. 


iS. 


Nov. 


C9. 
17. 


Dec. 


3. 


i8 = 

A Mr.' 




l[\y 


U- 


Aiic;. 





;02 CHRIS'!' CHURCH, H .VRTFOKD. j. 

i 

DMe of rii:rial. Name. , Residonrc. f 

Anios Vratsnn Whittemore, aged 26, Hartford. ; 

Pi'.ticnce, wi.-f of Aaron KeiR-y, ivj^cd 35, " \ 

Sarah Ann Howel. ayed 35, " 
\Vm. H.. child of W. E. Imlay, a.yed 5 years and Srnos., Brooklyn, L. I. 

Kdwiu R. Collins, aj^ed 36. ' Hartford. 

Daniel Coughlaii, aw;ed 7 months, " " \ 

Rebecca Han '-is, aged 65, " I 

Mrs. }.!a:y Houston. a.i;cd 5S, " 1 

23. Kdv.-ard L Thonias, IS'ew York, a;.^ed 3S, •« \ 

26. Andrew M. B. Sigourncy, aged 19, " ' 

27. Anna Crawford, aged 34, Ireland. ' 
Sanu;el Tuttle, aged 77, Hartford. ■ 
George Prestoa, aged 4 weeks. Providence. 
Thoiuar; Stewart, aged 35, Hartford. : 
Jan'iCa Kni..\, aged 23, 

George Frc.ierick Tyler, aged i year, lomos. , " j 

Gec)rge E. Clark, aged 1 year, 3 mos., " • 

Jane PIou>ton, aged 7 mos., " i 

Caroling Bray, aged 30, •« i 

Mary JetYrcy, aged S3. " ] 

Sarah D. Morgan, aged 40, - Brooklyn. L. I. i 

Dr. Edward Pitkin, aged Si, East Hartford. ': 

Allis A. Fail-man. aged 6, Hartford. ; 

Lr.ther Perkins Dewey, aged 2, " ! 

Mrs. Ann V.'. Bull, aged 70, wile of Mictiaei, " 

Bryant Hou-ard Clark, aged 11, " 

Louisa Tut:le. aged 3, dan. of Samiiel I., " 

Margaret J. Nichols, aged 2 mos., *« 

Amos S. Post, aged 24, •• 

Mary Elizabeth Nichols, aged 13 weeks, " 

Willis Lyman, aged iS mos., " 

r.f'.-s. Mary Wilson, aged Si, " 

Mrs. Roxa Collins, aged 78, wife of Ebenezer, •« 

Cornelia Butler, aged f.^i, " 

Mrs. Keziaa Ripley, aged S3, " 
Charles Gilbert', aged 05, West Hartford. 

Wealthy Ensign, aged Si, Hartford. 
Mary C. Young, aged 13 mos. 

Mrs. Eliza K. Beresford, aged 67, widow of F)r. James, '* 

George King, aged 42, ' *• 

Wilhelmine Rosalie Kummell, aged g mos., •• 

Henry Burt McKinney, aged 25, •' 

Sarah Jane Spear, aged 4S, «• ■ 

Gertrude Lelan Wells, aged 14 mos. *• 

Silas Wei's, aged S-, " 

V,'illiam F.";".ictt, aged 69, " 

Sedgwick M. Hull, aged 24. ••' 
Sarali MoComb, aged 22. 

Charles M. Clerc. aged 26, New York. 

Mrs. Sophia L. Woodford, aged 27 " 

Thomas Eragaw, aged 16 mos., Hartford. 
Mrs. Lu:y B. Hawks, aged 43, 
^L-3. T. T. Fisher, aged 35, 

Merrick W. Chap'n, aged 4, " 

James McConr.cil, aged 23. •• 

Frank Elton Bruwn, aged 17 mos. ♦' 

EUzabeth V.'. Butler, aged 2S. '• 

Mrs. Martha Atherton, aged 62, " 



Sept 


-5- 
26. 


Oct. 


6. 


" 


10. 


Nov. 


13' 


Dec. 


19- 
11. 


" 


iS. 


" 


20. 


1852. 

Ja-i. 14. 
Feb. 4. 


^Lar. 


--. 


Apr. 


4- 


" 


i3. 


" 


- / • 


May 


16. 


'• 


30. 


June 


22. 


" 


26. 


July 

Oct. 


23. 

16. 


Nov. 


-3- 

3- 


Feb. 15. 


" 


21. 


" 


24- 


" 


"* ~. 


May 


2 I . 


" 


26. 


" 


23. 


June 


25- 



APPENDIX. 703 

Date of Burial. Name. Residence. 

July 4. Mrs. Lncinda Hatch, aged 76, wife of Tiir.olhy, Hartfor''). 

" i.i Isabella M. Goer, ac^ed r. New York. 

" 2j. Walter Goodwin, a.:.;cd 2 f mos., Hartford. 

Aug-. 3. Maty Elizabeth Rohbins, aged 5 mos., " 

" II. Sophia H. Collins, aged 37, Tolland. 

" 13. ]\Irs. Sarah B. Whiiteniore, aged — , Hartford. 

13. C\ priaii Nichols, aged So, " 

" 21. Mrs. .Nfary Jaue Rockwell, aged 27, " 

Mrs. Happy Pearl, aged 63, wife of Stephen, " 
Charlci Hamilton, aged 70, Stockbridge. 

Mrs. Sarah P>onnar, aged 64, Hartford. 

Hetty E. Knight, aged 3, " 

Margaret "^.Velch, aged 23, " 

William Daniels, aged 31, • East Haddam. 

Rosalie Rouveire. aged 24, 

William Turner, aged 6S, Hartford. 

Amos Whittemore. aged 73, 

Mrs. Sarah Eldredge, aged 47, wife of Jolia B., 

Mrs. Isabel W. Steele, aged 22, " 

George William McConuell, aged 22, " 

Mrs. Manna Stokes, aged 39, " 

John G. Spragg, aged 13, Canada. 

Jerusha Goodwin, aged 84, Hartford. 

Atitnony Jetlerey, aged 64, 

Charles Sigourney, aged 76, " 

Edv.ard Leatham, aged 14, " 

George Sumner, M.D., aged 6r, " 

William C. Adams, aged 23, " 

William Robinson, aged 30, New York. 

Elizabeth Bull, aged 63, dau. of Michael, Hartford. 
Der.ison Morgan, aged 64, 

Augustus Newbold LeRoy, aged 30 yrs. 10 mos., " 

John Brewster Beresf(>rd, M.D., aged 47, *' 

Charlotte Otis, child of A. N. LeRov, aged 10 mos., " 
Ch=ld of W. Thompson. 

John R. Tracy, aged ■}-, " 
Elizabeth H., child of Dr. Gurdou W. Russell, aged 2 y. 10 m., " 

Elizabeth, wife of John Samuel Nichols, aged 33, " 

Phcebe, wife of William H. Imlay, aged 63. 

Infant daughter of James Bolter, " 

" 16. Bronson, " 

May 3. Mary Howard Bull (died April 30), " 

7. Mrs. John Clark, int. Spring Grove Cemetery, *' 

" 26. Laura Stella Houston, aged 29, " 

JrJy 2. Infant son of George Houston, aged 7 weeks, " 

Infant son of >[errick W. Chapin, aged iS months, " 

Sidney Pinney, aged 49, '• 

James Ward, aged S9, " 

"Ward Woodbri'ige. aged 87, " 

Infant son of Mr. Wickam, Jr., " 

Son of Mr. Rockwell, aged 4, " 

Mrs. Boardman, colored, aged 63, " 

Pamelii Belcher, wife of Samuel, aged 71, '* 

George Brinley. Sr., aged S2. " 
Charles, son of L. Young, 

Hannah Pascoe, aged 47, " 
Infant daughter of Joseph Harris, aged 14 mor.ths, 



Oct. 


9- 


" 


31- 


Nov. 


19. 


" 


0- 


1854.' 


Feb. 


10. 


Apr. 


■00 


June 


6. 


July 


11. 


" 


5- 


'• 


23- 


Aug 


- 3- 


" 


26. 


Sept 


9- 


• * 


13. 


Oct. 


7. 


Dec. 


^ 




■;o. 


1855 


Jan. 


21. 


Feb. 


20. 


" 


23- 


" 


26. 


Mar. 


16. 


:Mav 


9- 


July 


12. 




14- 


Aug. 


17- 


Sept. 


II. 


Oct. 


19- 


Dec. 


17- 


1856. 


Tan. 


30. 


Feb. 


10. 


Apr. 


S. 



Sept 


I. 


Oct. 


28. 


Nov. 


2. 


*' 


29. 


Dec. 


15- 


18 


57- 


Jan. 


6. 


" 


- 1- 


i ( 


'y } 




*-+• 


Mar. 


29. 


Apr. 


8. 


'* 


24. 



ro-i 



CHKISr CIIUKCII, I[AK'IFO!;lX 



I )alo oi H 

June 17. 

" i'J- 
" 30. 

Aug. 20. 

Sept. I. 

Dec. 25. 
" 26. 
1858. 

|an. 11. 

Feh. 3. 

.Aiav. 5. 

Apr. I. 
■• J5- 
" J9. 

Mav S. 



Au'. 



" 


26 


Sept 


6 


Oct. 


t 

21 


Nov. 


22 


Dec. 


Ifi 


" 


19. 


" 


00 


" 


22. 


1859. 

Jan. 7. 
Feb. ",. 


Mar. 


I. 



Apr. 5. 

" 11''. 

" 18. 

" 25. 

" 29. 
May 9. 

" 12. 

" 12. 

lulv 13. 

Aug. 3- 

S. 

" 23. 

Sept. S. 

9. 



" 29. 
Oct. 19. 
Nov. 13. 
Dec. 10. 

i860. 
Jan. 14. 



uri.i'. N'.->.mc. 

Rouben Housion. a.^■ed 10. 
J alia Mi-Ucr. a'.;c(i 7 months, 
Charles II. Si journey, ac^ed .jCi, 
Thonia.siii A. Ilercsford, atvci 50, dau. of John, 
Kate Louise Clapp, a;^ed 6, 
Betsey Canfield. a_^ed 74, 
Mr. vSmith, a;-;ed 45, 

Mr?. St.nrs, aged 64, 

Mary Henry, aged g, 

Caroline- Gram, ag-ed 41; died at Milwaukee, Wi.<., Feb. — , 

M. Luiz, aged 77," 

Mrs. Mary^K. Bull, \vife of John \V., 

'J'homas 6enjam!n Jordoii, aged S. 

Gurdon T., son of Dr. Gurd.-,>n A\'. Russell, aged 17 months, 

William H., aged 7, son of J. B. Pov.-ell. 

Infant daughter of Hezekiah Huntington, aged 2 months. 

Qnleb B. Bv.rnrip, aged 64. 

Mrs. Sophia Bradley, aged 56, 

I-^dward T. Johr:son, aged 15, 

Kli.Tabeih MoGuire, aged 26, 

William PI. Im'ay, aged 79, 

Kate V.'eildon, aged 3, 

Mary Mason Abercrombie, aged 16 mos., dau. of Rev. R. M., 

William. Bradley, aged 79, 

E;la Moore, chiid of Mr. Moure, agt'l 15, 

Infant child of Mr. Duxbury. aged 14 months, 

^lrs. Esther Stewart, aged 82, 

Jlrs. Keir.pton, aged 50. 

Miles A. Tuitle. aged 56, died at Paris, France. 

[France, F'ec. 7, i?;S. 
Mrs. Eliza Lydia Butler, aged 61, wife of John; died Pahs, 
Mrs. Eunice Hale, aged 49, 
Thos. Rudd, aged 79, 
Mrs. Margaret Abercrombie, aged 32, wife of Rev. R. M., 

Mrs. Dennis, 

Sidney Wayne IMnnej', aged 20, 

Inf. of Mr. Booth, aged £ months, 

John Reins, aged 6S, 

Alfred Goodscil, aged 21, 

Mrs. Jane Y/hite, 

Mary McDonald, 

Peter Nott, colored, aged S5, 

Inf. son of Mr. Chapin, aged iS months, 

Alexander Houston, aged 67, 

Robert Pooler, aged 67, 

Daughter of Dr. Crane, aged 9 months, 

Augustus Wander, aged 9, 

Samuel Green, aged 91, 

Mr. Loyd. aged 49, 

Son of Mr. llcin-.er, aged 2 weeks. 

Alice B. Feck with, aged 24, dau. of Alonzo S. , 

John G. Latham, aged 23, 

Mrs. Ann Goodwin Goodsell, aged 3S, 

E>aughter of Mr. Wander, 

Mary Shinman, dau. of Henry Deming, aged 4 years and 

George M. Meig.'?, aged 20, 

Erne.-t W., son of T. T. Fishor, aged i3 months. 

Rejoice Newton, 

Tobias Hortenstein, aged 39, 



Kcsiilcnrp. 

Hartfor<l. 



New London. 
Hartford. 



mos.. 



APPENDIX. 705 

Date of B'.uial. K'aine. Residence. 
Jan. 26. Mis. ["NFaiy Mildcnstein] Robeit^^on, wife of W. II. C, agud 3;, Cuba. 

I'd), o. Son ot Mr. Lrxen;.^, aj^ed iS rnoTUhs, liartford. 

" 23. H. Hradley Ti:dor, aj^ed 30, son of U. S., " 

M.ir, 7. Frederick Clapp, aged 6 years and 7 month.s, " 

" II. Jane Backas. aged 15, " 

Apr. — . Sarnh T.nrkum, " 

May 4. Annu' Courtenay, aged 7 weeks, •« 

" 7. George Beaeh. aged 72, " 

" 12. Louisa Jones, a.gcd S, " 

" 13. Mrs. Lucrctia Griswold, aged 96, wife 01 Simeon , " 

" I?. Louis C. Firder, aged 39, SpringHcld. 

" 23. Mr.s. ,\Ialvina r>cMen, aged 63, Hartford. 

" 26. Daughter of Mr. P. Luther, aged 6 months, " 

June iG. Mrs. Ann Gourley, aged 66, " 

July 7. Frank LVaper, aged 7, • Greenfield. 
" 10. ^fary Finney, aged 20, South Windsor. 

" 16. Helen T.. Avife of C. Nichols Beach, Hartford. 

" 29. George Martin Speath, " 

Aug. S. Lillie Jane Lester, " 

Oct. 15. Ann L-rinley, dau. of George, BrookU-n. 

Nov. 2. Sophia Hiemc-r, aged 3 v.eeks, Hartford. 
" 12. Enuna V.'einbergher, aged 3 weeks, 

" 22. Mr. Jerome Witteuiore. aged 41, " 

Dec. 8. Miss Sophia Tudor, aged S2, dau. of Dr. Elihu, " 

" 13. MarJia TiUey Fisher ,Xged iS, dau. of Thos. T., " 

" 21. Chas. William Stewart, aged 69, " 

1S61. 

Jan. 4. Jane Whiting, aged 44, *' 

7. Mrs. Schseffcr, aged 22, " 

" 7. Daughter of Mr. Muller, aged II months, " 

Daughter of Mr. Willis, aged 3, " 

George Burr, aged 0, '* 

Child of yiv. Link, aged 6 ni'^nths, " 

Henry Gourley, aged 21, " 

Daughter of Mr. Weinberger, aged 3 months, " 

Rodney Sheldon, aged 36, " 

Mary A. B.arker, aged 39, " 

Mr. Jcmes Mathews, " 

May Fnsworth, aged 37, " 

" 2;. Daughter of Mr. Wickam. Jr., aged 3 v.-eeks, " 

•' 27. Alice Cumniings, aged 3 months, " 

Aiig. 2.:. Mrs. Lounsberry, wife of Cooke L., aged 35. " 

" 2'. Daughter of Mr. Ducouf, aged S months, " 

" 30. Mr. Emerson, " 

" 30. Child of Mr. Colclough. 

Inf. daughter of Mr. Wolcott, " 

Child of George Inwood, •* 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cofhn, aged 3S, " 

iadge John Wendall, " 

)a\-in Thomas, aged 37, " 

William McKee, aged 23, " 

Mrs. Ale.xander, New Jersey. 

Jeannette Sage, a;cd 19, Hartford. 
Henry Perkins, aged 47 years, 10 mos., 

Samuel Tudor, aged 92, " 

Ellen Treat, aged 27, " 

Wm. E. St. John, aged ;i. " 

Mary Wadsworth, dau. of Horace, aged 49, " 

Carrie Louisa Jones, aged i year and t rron'.hs. " 

Matilda Quinton, aged 64 years and 6 months, " 
45 



Feb. 


27. 


Mar. 


I. 




20. 


'• 


24- 


Apr. 


9. 


Tune 


5. 


July 


3- 


" 


S. 


" 


Tl. 



Nov. 


10. 


Dec. 


4- 


" 


6. 


" 


IQ. 


" 


21. 


1S62:'' 


Jan. 


23- 


Feb. 


II. 


" 


II. 


" 


iS. 


'• 


21. 


Mar. 


II. 


•• 


12. 




tj- 



7o6 



CHRIS 1 CHURCH, HARThORD. 



Date 


of li 


ur 


I^'ar. 


31- 


Apr. 


15 
"9 




June 


4 
9 




Auo- 


6 

8 

10 

-5 




Sept 


20 




Oct. 


— 




Nov. 


iS 




Dec. 


3 




1863. 




Jan. 


5 
10 
27 
29 




Feb. 


-1 

4 

21 

24 




Mar. 


14 





Apr. 



" 


24 


" 


27 


May 


4 


lune 


S 


July 


I 


* * 


12 


Any; 


14 

^7 


Oct; 


II 


" 


20 


Nov 


31 

17 


" 


i3 


" 


19 


" 


20 


" 


2-K 


" 


26 


Dec. 


9 


" 


20 


" 


2.5 


1864. 
Jan. 8 


' ' 


.19 


* ' 


30 


Feb. 


23 


Mar. 


4 


" 


6 


" 


16 

T "^ 


^lay 


' / 

19 

I 

16 


" 


29 



il. Name. 

Hezekiah Brainard, aged 67, 

Cl.'ira L. Eat'iii, a,v;i-'d 30 months, 

Sarah >[cCandlass, aged 4 months and 2 wcoki, 

Mrs. Frances J. Saj;e, aj^ed 48, 

Mr. PhiHp Ripley, aged 63, 

Miss Amanda Rice, aged 61, 

Esther Ann Wliite, aged i year and 5 inunLhs, 

Child of IIud.->on ]\[()f)re, aged 3 weeks, 

"William \'enables. aged 75. 

Mrs. Lavinia F. Clark, aged 51, 

Jkliss Eli;^abcth Brinlcv, dau. of George, aged 46, 

Mr. C> ril Pearl, " " 

John A. Tain tor, aged 62. 

Orlando J. Lord, aged 7, 

Howard P. Shepard, aged 5, 

Henrv Britton, 

liit'ant child of P. S. Luther, 

Jane Pay, aged 29, 

Benning Mann, aged Si, 

Lewis G. F"ield, aged 27, 

Alonzo W. Birge, aged 61, 

Jason Backus, aged i, 

Mr. BuiTall Sage, aged 51, 

Mrs. lA. Hairiet IL S. Germaine, aged 21, 

C. A. Haase, aged 3 years, 6 mos., 

^[is. Eliza M. Adams, aged 54, 

Callie Lee Backus, aged 9, 

Alonzo S. Beckwith, aged 65, 

Mrs. Ann C Gray, aged 67, wife of Samuel, 

Mrs. Catherine Grou, aged 57, wife of John, 

!Mrs. Sybil S. Whiton, aj'.'cd 50, 

Herman Ely, aged 15, 

John "W. Bull, aged 62, 

Henry Benton, aged 60, 

Mrs. Frtinces Ann llcywood, aged 76, widow of Peter, 

^lary, child of Geo. S. P'urr, aged 3 months, 

Islr. William Mather, warden, aged 63, 

Lucius Abbott, ]\LD., aged 60, 

James Killam, aged 76, 

Mrs. Eliza Sargean:, aged 34, 

Mrs. Matilda Wilson, aged 32, 

Charles Bull, aged 46, 

William A. Mather, aged 19, 

Mrs. Calista Wadsworth, aged S2, 

Francis Lloyd, colored, aged 9, 

Mrs. Mary Colclough, aged 25, 

Lucy J. Goodwin, aged 5, 

Daniel P. F^ewey, aged 20, 

William Lagan, aged 49, 

Harold McFarland, aged 7, 

Mrs. Dudley Buck, aged 65, 

Chauncey Howard Morgan, aged 20 months, 

Albert F. Wood, aged 14, 

Robert Wilson, aged 2, 

Emma Bostwick, child of Rev. W. L., agt-d 7, 

Robert S. Griswold, aged 36, 

Henry Nott, aged 59, 

>hiry B. Backus, aged 9 months, 

Mrs.' Elizabeth B. Clark, aged 59, 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



New York. 
Hartford. 



Manchester. 
Hartford. 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Plartford. 



Cokhester. 
Hartford. 

New York. 
Hartford. 





-r). 


July 


s. 


Aug-. 


'6. 


" 


12. 


Sept 


13- 


" 


2<3. 


" 


20. 


" 


21. 


" 


26. 


Oct. 


- / ■ 


Nov. 


3^- 


" 


30. 


Dec. 


"O. 


1865. 


Jan. 


4- 


" 


S. 


Feb. 


17- 


Apr. 


TO. 


*" 


12. 


' ' 


13. 


" 


15. 



APPENDIX. 707 

Date of r.urial. Name. Residence. 

June CI. Miss Alice Iinlay, aged 23, ' Hartford. 

l'";x-d L. Savcjoant, aged S, " 

Kdv.ird .\. 'i'v.ciov, ag^ed 26, son of Plenry S., " 
James II. Perkins. a;.:^ed 6 months, K. llartford. 
Orrin 11. Whitm-jre. aged 29, Newark, N. J. 

Jnlin M. Gaylord. aged 6, Hartford. 

-Mrs. Anna Goodell,"a,i.{ed 68, " 
Luther E. Hale, agtd 56, 

Louise lieeder, aged 10 months, " 

lleiiry Osborne, aged 79, " 

Isabella Sir.iih, aged 32, " 

Mrs. Sarah Backus, aged ^g, " 

Henry S. Tudor, aged 60, '* 

Annie I^awrence, aged 2)4, " 

Myron Hewire, aged 21, " 

'Miss Martha 13. Murray, aged 89, " 

1 

John C. Bartlett, aged 61, " 

Helen Adelaide Moore, aged 30, " 
Thomas Church BrowneU, D.D., LL.I*., tliird P.isuop of 

Connecticut, aged 85, " 

Mrs. Lydia Morgan, aged 76, widow of Nathan, " 

Ered. l^uther. aged 7, " 

Marv P.. Fitch, aged 23, " 

:>rrs.' 2^!ary H. C.^Booth, aged 34, " 

'• 2?. PPuniphrey Houston, aged 42, '* 

Tune II. Mrs. Klizabeiii L. Nott (colored), aged 52, " 

" 12. Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourncy, aged 73, wid. of Charles, " 

July S. Ceorge'W. Whitman, aged 6, " 

" 10. R. C. Lord, aged 22, 

" 14. Samuel Tudc)r, aged 34, son of Henry S., " 

" 2;. Emil Hupfeld, aged 7 mos., . *' 

" 25. Orrin Whitinore. ajced 4 mos. , " 

Sept. 2. Mrs. Matilda Brown, a.ged 27, " 

" 3. Miss Elizabeth C. Williams, aged 44, dau. of O. E., " 

" 21. Mrs. Anne McCIatchie, aged 67, " 

Oct. I?. J. R. Mayer, agt-d 42, F.erlin. 

" 31. William T. Prayer, aged i year, 10 mos., Hartford. 
1866. " ' [Aug. 4, 1S65, 

Jan. 31. Dr. Charles E. Terry, aged — , son of Dr. Edward P., died " 

Feb. 7. Mrs. Sarah ^[. Browneli, aged 27, wf. of Dr. B., " 

" 20. !Miss iPlnerva Wells, aged 69, " 

June S. Mrs. Catherine H. Todd, aged 78, wid. of I'r. Eli, " 

" 23. Willie Mather Case, aged 3^, " 

July 15. Mrs. P'rsula Morgan, aged 73, wid. of Denison, " 

17. May McKnight, aged 10 mos. , " 
" 20. James C. Savage, aged 37, son of Jamin, Chicago, 111. 

Aug. 3. ^frs. Plarriet W. Killam, aged So, wife of James, Hartford. 
5. Edwin H. Bi^oth, aged 5 mos., 

" 6. Samuel N. Ransom, aged 37, " 

" 16. ^[rs. Elizabeth Stewart, aged 71 (?), ** 

" 21. Miss Julia Draper, aged 67, buried at Greenneld, Mass., " 
" 21. Miss Charlotte Draper, aged 70, " 

Ebenezer Flower, aged 79, " 

Mrs. Martha Wi:ick. aged 57, " 

Dr. Samuel Hail, aged 29, " 

Viola Hall, child of above, aged — , ** 

Mrs. Eunice Robbirs, aged So, " 

William Pierce, aged — , " 

Miss Mary Cantieid, aged 78, '* 



Sept 


6. 


Oct. 


14. 


Nov. 


23. 

27- 


iJec. 


9- 


" 


14. 



708 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



Date 


of B 


Dec 


23. 


1867.' 


Jan. 


i3. 


" 


22. 


llcir 


2 I. 


Apr 


3- 


* * 


17- 


'* 


22. 


May 


6. 


" 


to. 


" 


20. 


June 


12. 


July 


13- 


Aue; 
Sept 
Nov 


51- 

9- 
30. 


Dec. 


10. 


18 


58. 


Tau. 


lO. 


Feb. 


5- 


^[ar. 


5- 


Apr. 




" 




Tunc 


II. 


July 


5- 


'• 


16. 


Au.q-. 


3- 


" 


-5- 


' ' 


27. 


Sept. 


7- 


" 


S. 


Nov. 


21. 


" 


26. 


Dec. 


S. 


" 


12. 


" 


2S. 


i860. 
Feb. 4. 


' * 


II. 


" 


2S. 


Mar. 


23- 


" 


26. 


Apr. 
Mav 


29. 

7- 
4. 



June 12. 



July 19. 

" 22. 

Aug. 2. 

12. 

" 16. 
Sept. 4. 

" 13. 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



Sprin.crfield. 
Hartford 



Blar.chard, aged 9 mos. 
of Horace, "" 



Nvack, N. Y. 

Croton Falls, X. Y. 

Hartford. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

New York CiLy. 

Hartford. 



"rial. Name. 
Henry S. Watrou.s, aged 36, 
Hall, infant son of Dr. Sanuiel Hall, 

Samuel White, M.D., aged ",5, 

Mrs. Laura M. BcckwitH, aged 63, wid. of A. S., 

Alice A. Starbord, aged 3 mos., 

James N. Goodwin, aged ■}}, 

Mns. Anne Flower, ag-ed — , wid. of Ebenezcr, 

Mrs. Mary Fitch, aged 58, 

Miss Laura Cro.sby, aged 63, 

Dudley Buck, aged 7S', 

Mrs. Eliza King, agtd 69, 

Robert "Watkinson, aged 81, 

Mrs. Patty Mather (c), aged 89, 

Leila C, child of Charles and Fannie 

Miss Sarah ^\'adsworth, aged -2, dau 

Merrick W. Chapin, aged 71, 

Richard Bradlev, aged 80, murdered 23th, 

Son of Charles R. Hart, aged 2 days, 

Ferdinand Korn, aged 46, 

:Mrs. -Mary Spea-, aged 62 years, 2 mos., 

Julia Cov.-les (c). aged 17, ' 

Benjamin F. Ely, aged 41; died Jan. 21, 1S67, 

Samuel W. Goodnd^ve, aged 76, 

Mrs. Margaret L. Shepafd (c), aged .S5, 

i\Irs. Olive S. Slierwood. aged 74, 

Mrs. Sophia H. Terry, aged 64, wife of Dr. Edward P., 

Emma Keonig, aged 9, ' i< 

Mrs. Delia Dickinson, aged So, widow, «« 

Augusta Biier Sperber, aged iS mos., •« 

I^lecta Griswold, aged 81",' wife of Grove, <« 

Thomas _H. Seymonr, aged 61, ex-Governor of Conn., 

George Samuel Whit:;, aged 2 years, 10 mos., «• 

Catharine, daughter of John Pagram. i year.'s mos.. 

Mrs Hannah White ;:ee Draper, aged 76. int. Northiield, Mass 

l;reaenc!c H., son Jos. H. and Ada Sprague, aged 4 v., 11 m ' " 

tt;.,,-'^>'^'^A'^.,l^^""'^'"- ^^^"^ 50, bro. Mr. F. A. Bro\vn, ' Brattleboro. Vt 

W ilham Gilbert, aged 37, Hartford. 

Frederick T. Kingman, aged ig, .. 

peWitt Caldv.-cll Colt, aged 8, 

Mrs. Ehzabeth Waters, aged 29, •« 

Miss Johanna E. Russ. aged — . dau. of Dr. John D , 

Wilham FL Dodd. Jr.. aged ; mos., 

Miss Mary Colt, aged 16', " ' .• 

Mrs. Abbie Spencer ^[cNary, aged 37, wf. of J. :,[. B. . 

Mrs. Esther Gibson, aged 96 years, ii mos.; taken to Ware- 
house Point for interment, ' 

Mrs. Aurelia Pierce, wife of Norris B. Pierce, ac^ed 46. 

Mrs. Sarah Clerc Deming, wife of H. C. Deming, aged — ; 
interment postponed to June ac.th on account'"of'severe 
storm. 

Amos F. Tiffany, son of Am.os and EHzabeth, aged r v. 10 rno 

Laurent Clerc, aged 83, ' ' .. 

Hon. Lsaac Toucey, aged 72, .* 

M:ss A.nanJa Kolsey, aged 73, «• 

Oliver Dudley Cooke, aged 23 years, 5 mos.. 

Miss Ann Bmckiesby, aged 52^ dau. of John, 

iliss Sarah F;. Brownell, aged 50, dau. of Bp. Brownell, 



■.uM 



^ ].'. ' 



APPENDIX. 709 

Date of Burial. Name. Residence. 

Oct. 4. Miss Jennie E. Buxton, aged — ; iiiteriiicut at ?.rcrideu, Hartford. 

Mrs. Almira Goodman, ac^ed bS, " 



Nov. 


16. 


187 


0. 


Mar. 


2. 


Api . 


6. 


" 


6. 



May 


31. 


June 
July 


CI. 

9- 

16. 


" 


16. 


" 


ig. 

23- 


Aug. 


I. 

S. 


" 


20. 


Sept 
Oct. 


SI- 
16. 

II. 


Nos'. 


19- 
21. 

12. 


Dec. 


25- 

7- 



Capt. I'redcnck King; died at Yokohama. 

Mrs. Melissa A. Wadsu'orth, aged 61, " 

Miss Sarah Adams, aged S5, " 

William Rogers, aged 2, " 

Marguerita Drcschcr, aged 25, " 
Thomas A. Frost, aged 20, Boston, Mass. 
Willie Ba:-on, son of Francis H. and Mary, aged 9 v/eeks, Hailford. 
Oliver Eilsrvortli Williams, aged 73, ' " 

Chei^ier Adams, aged 65; Se;:ior "\Varden, " 

George, son 01 Watsou Welden, aged g mos., " 

Frances Beresiord Burr, dau. of F. W. Burr, aged 9 mos., " 

Alice Isabel Roberts, daughter of Alonzo, aged 14, " 
Ediih ^Tallory Hubbell, daughter of Gershom B., aged g; 

interment at Bridgeport, " 

Henry Hol;r;es, M.I)., aged 76; interment at Litchfield, " 

Minnie Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Alfred, aged 10, " 

Mrs. Charlotie Browuell, widow of Bp. Brownell, aged 83, " 
Mrs. Martha E. Williams, aged 36, 

Annie Isaacs, daughter of Henry, aged g mos., " 
Miss Eliza Draper, aged So; interment at Greenfield, Mass., 

Mrs. Charlotte G. Tracy, aged 52, wife of John R., " 

M^s. Hannah Xewtou. widov.' of Rejoice, aged 78, " 
yirs. Ellen A. Field, wife of C. S., aged 2S. Chicago, 111. 
Mrs. Mary Beaton, wife of Charles, aged 70, Plartford. 

Mrs. Esther Belcher Fox, aged — . " 
Heniy Trowbridge Meech, aged 65, father of the Rector; 

interment at Albany, X. Y., " 

" iS. Charles Henry Siegler, aged 20 mos., " 
" 27. Williani Conner, aged 81, 
1S71. 

Jan. 3. Annie E. Farrell, daughter of John, aged 13 mos., '* 

" iS. Mrs. Lucretia Cooley,\vidow of Abial, aged 78, " 

" 23. Edward P. Cooke, aged 31, " 

Feb. 13. Adelaide Ransom, child of Mrs. Isabella, aged 5, " 

Apr. 7. ^ii^s Liliie A. Davis, aged 21, *' 

" 20. Mrs. Eunice JeiTery, ag-^d S2, wife of Anthony, " 

" 23. Charles Sharps, aged 4, " 

" 27. Miss Mary A. Williams, aged 35, at Hospital, " 
June 14. Mrs. Elizabeth Willis, aged 79, Manchester. 
" 21. Clarissa A. Scanitt, aged 45. Hartford. 

" 24. Miss Ann B. Watson, aged 76, " 
July i3. Mrs. Elizabeth S.. wife of Dr. Gurdon W. Russell, aged 55, 

" 31. Nathan A. Kilbourn, aged 2 months, 
Aug. i;. Mrs. Catharine Toucev^ widow of Hon. I., aged 69, 
Oct. 9. Mrs. Juhnsun, mother of Mrs. W. H. Dodd. "" 

1872. 

Jan. 31. Mrs. Charlotte Rudder, " 

Feb. II. Mrs. Lydia Le Hard, aged 57, '* 

" 17. Mrs. Minerva C. Warner, aged 70, " 

Mar. 6. John SchwengleF, aged 45. " 

7. Elbridge G. Ham, interment at Lynn, Mass., " 

" 12 or 13. Rebeca P. Conner, wife of Wm. Conner, aged So, '* 
" 26 or 27. Mrs. Ellen W. Vanderbilt, wife of Cornelius, Jr., aged 52, 
Apr. 22. Her.rv P. De Wolf, aged 42. 
May 13. La S'ignora Clemence Muggarelli, -widow of the Count 

Pescali, aged 63, 

June 4. Mrs. Sarah bhepard, aged 55, " 

" 13. Solomon P. Conner, aged 44, " 



.u ....';, r 



lO 



CHRIST CHURCH, hartford. 



Date of Burial. Name. Residence, 

June i6. Mrs. Almira WoodruT^, ac^cd 73, ' Il.artford. 

July S. Miss Jessie Moore, " 

" 26. Mathew B. Dunlap, a\j;ed 16 day.s, . " 

Aug. 2. John R. Clark, son of Uavid, a'^^ed 37. [89, 

" 5. Mrs. Pt>iiy Ann Totnlinson, mother of Mr.-^. Chas. Chapman, a'^ed " 

" 30. Jauics Clark, son of Daniel, a3;ed 2 years and 3 months, " 

Sept. I. Dr. Janie-4 White, aged 50, " 

'• II. Mrs. Susan Ellis, mother of Jtrs. G. H. Clark, a^ed 34, 

Oct. 7. John Cunningham, aged 55, " 

S. Ilenrj- Pierce, child of \V. A., aged 2 years and 3 montlis, 

" 12. Alice Loui.se Wariier, child of Allen, aged 6 years and 7 mos., 

" 01. Ale.x. Ha:nilt<;u Polk, son of I'p. Leonidas, " 

" 22. Louise Baker, aged 8, " 

" 29. Thomas B. "Warner, child of Allen, aged 4 years and 5 months, " 

Nov. 2T. Mrs. Phebe A. Stnith, 01 Keene, N. H., aged 56, wife of Moses, " 

" 2S. Seymour N^ Case, aged 55, 

Annie Meyer, child of Henry, aged 6 years and 7 months, " 



1873 

Jan. ; 



Feb. 

Vlar. 
May 



June 
July 



Aucr, 



Sept 
Oct. 



r2 

16 

^9 

3 

9 

1874. 

Jan 4, 



Dec. 



(irace Waternian, infant child of Edgar, 
20. Mrs. Mary Wickham, aged 75, 
S. Col. Frank Beach, aged 38, son of George, 
-J I. James Kirkpairick, aged 60, 

Wed., Feb. 26. ^Irs. Ann Preston, aged 75, wife of Zephaniah-, 
3. James S. Wickham, aged 77, 

^liss Theresa Moore, 

Miss Delia Ann Lloyd, aged 65, dau. of Thomas, 

Chas. H. Eaton, sou of H. J., aged 10, 

Wm. B. Carrier, aged 65, 

Miss Hattie Clark, aged 37, 

Mi.=3 Estlier R. Tuttle, aged 72, dau. of Samuel, 

Harry Morton, aged ij4. 

Mrs. James White, 

Mar}- L^ardie, aged 4, 

Robbie Biddle, aged i year and 4 months. 

Infant son of Samuel Towers, 

John C. Palmer, aged 66 years and 6 months, 

Rev. W. H. C. Robertson, of Niagara, N. Y., 

Penneld B. Goodsell, aged 77, 

James Woodbridge, 

Alice Gundlach, aged 7, 

John H. Isham, aged 32, 

Mary Louise Sterzinger, aged 10, 

Dr. Samuel B. Beresford, aged 67, 

Ephraim R. Cowles, aged 50, 

Dr. Wm. R. Browuell. aged 46, 

Mrs. George L. Parmelee (Eunice Robbins), aged 23, 



19. 
M- 
17- 
-3- 
4- 
5- 
26. 



12. 



Feb. 


21 


Mar. 


5 


'• 


^4 


Mav 


U 


Sep't. 


r 


" 


i3 


Dec. 


14 


187 


5- 


Feb. 


3 



E. Hartford. 
Hartford. 



Nehemiah P.ice. aged 5S, 

2vlrs. Mary Watrous, 

Mrs. Sarah S. Beach, -wife of Geo., 

Mrs. Amelia F. Clark, aged 35. 

Mrs. Mary Winterbee, aged 73, 

William P. Burrall. aged 67, 

Mrs. .^Iaria A. Bardoas (Collins), aged 40, 

Lena Elizabeth Brocher, aged i, 

Robert Gaylord, aged i, 

Mrs. Sarah M. Frost, aged 53, 

Eunice Adams, 

Wm. PL King, aged 27, 

Dr. M. B. Rensiow, aged 39, 



APPENDIX. 7^^ 

Residence. 

Date of Burial. ^a^le. TI'irt<"ord 

Mar. II. Mr5. Oliver E. Vrmiams, aKed 73. 

V-.iy 27. Georcro Hriiiley. r.-.jd s3. died m bcrmuda. 

]uiv II rieovKe Randall, drowned, .. 

Sept. 10. lames A. Canficld, aged 5i, 

oA i3 H. F. Kinue, aged 57. taken to \s uidham, 

'■ -,0. Susan P. Simons, aged 59. 
\'.)v 20. Mrs. Emilv Cole, aged 41, 
iv-c I- Mrs. Sara A. Bowles, aged 30, 
•' 21. Mr. John A. Starbird, aged 39. 
" 2.|. Newton Carter, aged 65, 
1876. 
Tan. 18. Minnie Tarbox, aged 20, ., 

Feb. XI. Lucy Marshall, aged 8S, <• 

Mar 4. Mar^aiut Graiff, aged 45, <, 

.. 1, 1- Warner, aged 7 months, • 

" 2-> Penelope Rii.'1ev,X^-efl Si, widow of Phihp. 
Apr. 10. Mrs. George Brinley, aged 60, 

•' 15. Catherine Poker, aged 35, ■„ 

" i:!. Elizabeth Skinner, aged 81, .. 

Oct 13. Peter Sunderland, aged 55, .< 

" "7 Mrs. L. \V. Richardson, .. 

Nov. II. Mr. h-aac F. Smythe, aged 70, 

Dec. 6. Fannie Glover, aged 3, 

1S77. , 1 ^ 

Feb. =. Samuel H. Porch, aged 56, TaniTville. 

Mar. 15. Agnes M. Miller, aged 37, Hartford. 

" 2^. Chark-s Pearl, aged 47, ,.- 

Apr. ig. Edward Russell, aged 37. son of Dr. G. W ., ^^^^^^ VVindsor. 

May 15. Ebcnezer Pinney, aged J2, 

*>lav iQ Zephaniah Preston, aged S2 years, 3 mos. 29 days, Hartford. 

Tune 4 Ferdinand Pucci. aged 10 years, 7 r.ws., 4 da>:,, 

'• iS. Plerm.ine Nuhn, agcd4-tyear3, 3mos.. 

Tulv 4. Winifred Burke; aged—, ■ .. 

Aug 13 Marv Ap'Owen Stedman, aged 61, 

sJpt ;l: ^SS?« ISXlS; gS!.Z wife of h. b. .>.ch, ...^ 45 y.. 4 n,.. ;; 

•' 24. Max Yorgenson,agedi year, 6Vmos., r -n.,,,;..! 

Oct 4 IChzabethMontagueBurgess, aged 64. wife of Daniel, 

.'■ S. Abiah Grisv.-old, aged 63, dau ot Grove, Middletown. 

•« i3. Amelia A. McCoUum, aged 5S. .vife of Chas Savannah, G a. 

Nov. 15. Abbv Jane Douglas aged 40 ^^^^-^ "^?^-; . .fng Hartford. 

" 19. Betsev Atkins, aged S4. widow \\m. J. At.ins, prooklvn. N. Y. 

" 27. Eliza'AnnBishop, agedGgyears, 6mos , Hartford. 

Dpc S Emilv Malvina Robbins. aged 63. wife ot P. 1 . KoDDinb. r _^ 

'• ' II Emm'a Amelia Sophia Ottlieb, aged 3, 

" 2^ Ellen Costello, aged 16 years, n mos., 

" ",i. Jonathan Ward Fuller, aged 63, 

1878. , , 4 New York. 

Tati. 2. Stephen Flske, Jr., aged 9 nios., Hartford. 

A Tulia Beach, aged 62 years, o mos.. r rh-i-f rVn-rrh 

.. t Henrv Wilsonfaged 40; 22 years organist of Chn.t Cnurch, 

" 16. Anna Elizabeth Schmidt, aged 2 weews, 

Feb. 15. George Houston, aged 62, 

Mar. 15. Tam;es Goodwin, aged 76, 

•• IS. George Washington Stowell, aged 30 Brookhm. N. Y. 

" 22 Marv Palrvmple Tudor, aged 73. ^^ue or \. m. .. Hartford. 

•• -3 Joseph Henrv Carboni, aged 15 mos.. New Haven. 

" 29. Harriet Cutkr Ruggles, aged 87, 
7Iir;i;i;i;rirteT^iI^e r^-er to the date of death and not to the day of burial, as heretofore. 



;i.',^.i. -.-■'->. 



71 



CHRIST CHUPXH, HARTFORD. 



Date of Death. 
Apr. I . 

4- 
" i^. 
" If). 

" 20. 

Mav CI. 



XaLne. 



" 23. 

- -r- 
" 30. 
' ' "O. 

June 2^. 
July 6. 

" 16. 

" 18. 

" 22. 
Aug. 2. 
Scot. 26. 
Oct. 3. 

" 20. 

" 2 s . 

" 28. 

Nov. 3. 

" II. 
Dec. I. 

" i3. 

1S79. 



Feb. 



2-1- 



lo. 
Mar. 'i'. 

-5- 

Apr. I I. 

'■ II. 

May 14. 

June 2. 
[ulv I. 

•' 16. 

" 23. 
23. 

" 31- 

Aug. 3. 

3. 

" ir. 

17. 

Sept. '2'. 



Crrainia Fernanda Draper, aged 19, 

Charles Miller, a'^ed 52, 

Mary Ellen Schlatter, aged i ^vce!c, 

AnL;ie Holmes Ellis, ag'ed 37, 

Frank Joseph Gacnp:, aged 54, 

Carrie Louise Riedel, aged 2 years, 5 uio.s., 

Ivliza Thore.sa Do"?rr, aged 7 vear.s, 4 inos., 

Sarah Cad^vell Bull, jiged 85,'dau. of Michael, 

John Heury Parker, aged 27; i of 3 fueinen killed 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



10. 



at a. fire, 



Gertrude Fra'ace:-. Dietrich 

James Crinible Boyd, aged 42, 

"John Jacksor, aged 67, 

William Alfred Oake.s, aged 5 inos., 

Mary Brett, aged x year, 3 nios., 

Mary W'ilkic Reid. aged 76, 

John Abbott, aged 22, 

Harriet Rowell Alexander, aged S nios. 

Frank Herbort Ditter, aged 8 nios., 

George Henry Weeks, Jr., 11 mos., 

Sophia Sheard, aged 43, 

James Benianiii! Colt, aged 62, 

Charles Whiting- Hubbard, aged 5S, 

Flora Catlin, aged S4, dau. of Grove, 

Frederick Percival Green, aged 52, 

Jessie Esther Weeks, aged 33, 

George H. iiiller, agedi 12 years, S mos 



voar?, 2 nio.^., 19 days. 



Wethers field. 

New York. 

Bosto:i, Mass. 

Fain.-ie\v, X. J. 

Hartford. 



Oct. 



Rufus Fuller, aged 63, 

Amy Rice, aged 36, 

Mor'etta Centennia Wiesner, aged 2 years, 3 mos., 23 days, 

Mary Leach Lathrop, aged 77, 

William Phillips, aged 79 years, 5 nios.; sexton St. Paul's, 

Philip Conrad, aged 2 years, 4 mos., 16 days, 

Mary Augusta Kilboura. aged 30, 

Ednah Earl Howe, aged 6 mos., 

Marie P. Link, aged 49, 

Robert A. Johnson, a.ged 44, 

Emil Weiclich, aged 5 mos., 

Annie Margaret Hubner, aged 7 years, 6 mos.. 

Seymour Watrous, aged So, 

William Phillips, aged 41, 

ICllen Schalk, aged 06, 

Harriet Russ, aged 65 years, 3 mos., widow of l->r. John D., 

Anna Gcsina Freiert, aged 4 mo.s., 

Frederick Jacob Ortmanu, aged 11 mos., 

William ILirris Morgan, aged 20, 

Otto Cuno Roth, aged 11 mos.. 

Anna Amelia Fresch, aged i year, 2 mos., 

Johann Schercmeyer, ag^d 2, 

Carl Frederick Puusch, aged 6 mos., 

Am. a May Marcy, aged 2 mos., 

Frederick'Luckingham, aged 2 weeks, 

Jemima F. Mills, aged SS, 

Bridget Sullivan, aged 46, 

V\'illiam Siriebel, aged 29, 

Maria Horsley, aged 70, 

Rebecca. WebsLer Watrous, aged 29, 

}.L E. Harteastein, aged 56, 

John Henry Merz, aged 20 years. 6 mos., 

Catharine Gordon Isham, aged 76, wile of William, 

Jacob Fresch, aged 49, 



East Hartford. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 

Hartford. 

South Windsor. 

Hartford. 



ArrENDix. 713 

D.itc! of Death. Name. Residence. 

Oct. 27. Emma Ida Louisa Ulrich, at;ed iS, Hartford. 

Nov. .1. Ricliard Barriiigtoa, aged 7 days, " 
Dec. 13. Mary Osborn Grinnell, aged S6, Xcw Vo:k. 

1880. 

Jan. if-:. J^ne Souther.ijill, aged 65, Ilarttord. 

" 2S. Aliyn Southniayd Stiliinan, a;.icfd -^ years and 9 months, 

Feb. 6. >[rs. .Mary Tudor, aged 35, wf. of Charles C, " 

13. I'^laviiis A. Brown, aged 73, " 
Mar. 7. r)ora Meisse!, a'.jed 2 vcais and 3 months, " 
Apr. iS. Rnlina P. Ellis, aged 6S. 

" 20. Henry Oscar Faustraann, aged 5, " 

" 29. Rebecca Brain.nrd, aged S2, wid. of Hezekiah. " 

" 30. George Wehner, aged 16 months, " 

M.T.y 9 Ed ward C. Crane, aged 34. 
"' 13. Whcaton Day, aged 54, Orange, N. J. 

" 26. Francis Ely, aged S4. Hartford. 

" 29. Charlotte Elizabeth Leggatt, aged 34, " 

June 7. Walter Arno Stevens, aged 22, " 

S. Ella Emily Clarissa Kellogg, aged 26, " 

" 20. Chri.'Uina Wind, aged 5 weeks. " 

" 26. Ada Hrimble, aged 11 months, " 

" 2y. Jeremiah M. Dart, aged 45, " 

July 9. Josephine Harrison, aged 27, *' 

■• II. Jeannette Ellis Clark, aged 65. wife of George H., " 

14. A-ndi-e\v Binm, aged 30, " 
" 15. Ale.Kander Crawford, aged 49, " 
" 23. Harriet Leonah Griswold, aged i, " 
" 25. Killcau Xeyebauer, aged 38 years and 9 months, " 
" 30. Jlarriet Munsell, aged 40, " 
" 31. Edu-ard Schultz. aged 4 months, " 

Aug. 2. Ellen Lavinia Gates Lee, aged 60, " 

4. Frederick Tyler, aged S5, " 
" 4. Giles Jefferson Laniphcre, aged 77, " 
" 7. Janet Isabel Ellis, aged 5^2 months, " 

5. William Halton Flint, aged 76, " 
Sept. 2. Mary Ann Hoadley Palmer, aged 63, wife of John C, " 

4. Meheiabel F. Putnam, aged S9 vears and ; months, Middletown. 

5. Ger:rude K. Brownell. aged 55,'v,-f. of IL T. B., Washington, D. C. 
Oct. 4. Mary Louisa Helm, aged 3 weeks. Hartford. 

" 2?. Mary Goodwin, aged 34, dau. of James, 

William Henry Carrier, aged 32, '' 
Annette Imlay, aged 35, dau. of Wm. H., New York, X. Y. 

Lena Bi^U Thorn, aged 9 months, Hartford. 

Lucy Meiinda Alden, aged 5 months, 

Alraira Goodman, aged 71, " 

Millie Ida Moore, aged 17, 

Lucretia Williams Imlay, aged 5S, in Poughkeepsie.X. Y. . Xew York City. 

Maria Robbins, aged S5 years and 7 months, Hartford. 

Henrietta Gildersleeve Warner, aged 3 vears and 4 months, 

Charles A. Colton, aged 74. "^ ' Pittsburg. Pa. 

EUz.-ibeth S. Pierce,' Hartford. 

Joseph Davis, aged 75 years and 3 months, 

Augustus Walter, aged 57, " 

Tho.nas Henry Belden, aged 32, " 

Alo:'.:o Sisson Hatch, aged 56, " 

" -ji. Cha.'-les Li^bert Dojenbach, aged 10 years and 5 months. " 
Apr. 3. Lu Iwig KcUer, aged S4 years and 6 months, 

3. Thomas Sumner, aged 73 years and ir mo.nths. 
*' 13. Clarissa Collins Canrield, aged So years and 4 months, 

" 19. Matilda Jane Morgan, aged 30. " 



Nov. 


14- 


Dec. 


i. 


1881. 


Jan. 


D 


" 


9 


* * 


II 


" 


29 


Feb. 


2. 


" 


5 


^ ' 


1 1 


" 


II 


" 


19 


Mar. 


1 


" 


17 


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20 


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21 



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714 CHRIST CHURCH, harti-ord. \ 

Date of Heath. Name. Resid-jncc. 

Apr. 26. Eliza Lynn, a.^ecl 54, Hartford. 

May 2. Charles TrumbiiU R'f.s, ajfed 23, sou of Charles J., 

9. Jtniiie Gilb'^^rt Jerome, a.f(cd 20, " 

" lO. Pliilura Dcane Alden. aged vS3, wife of Horatio, Westfield, Mass. ' 

" 23. Hanr.ah Sqiiirc-s, aged 73, Hartford. 

" 23. ^farc^aretlia Miller, aged 29, " : 

June 23. ^^'i!lis Holmes Pierce, aged 32 years and 6 months, " ^ 

July 20. Josiph M. Boost, aged 53, " ; 

" 27. Charles Drcsch, '« 

" 31. Bessie Marcy. aged 3 weeks, E. Itartford. 

Aug. 5. rvfarv Louise Brocklesby, aged 60, wf. of j"hn. Hartford. 

Sept. 2. Isabella Lathrop Whittelsey, aged 53, wife of Wm. P., '• ; 

" 23. Mary Ann Spateher, aged 39, " 

" 25. John Lunkenheinier, aged 74, " \ 

Oct. 2. Jane Stuckneld, aged 70, • - t. j- 

II. Grace May Smytheman, aged 5 3-ears and 7 months, " 

" 21. Prances Ileywood. aged 71, dan. of Peter, " [ 

" 25. Burdette Pierce Rcisel, aged 4 days, . " • 

Nov. 12. Charles Harvey Northam, aged 84, " ; 

" 16. lyillie Louise Carroll, aged 10 years and 5 months, " | 

Dec. I. Ingiburg Maria vStuorm, aged 23, " 

3. Orplia Uiley, aged S4, " ■ " ! 
" 4. T-uke Morae, aged 62, " ; 
" 12. Adelia Croade Taintor, aged 77, wid. of John A., •• | 
" i;. Lena Neubevt, aged 8, *• 

1882!^ ' ; 

Jan. 29. Aucrust Carl Xeubert, aged 55, " - 

Feb. iS. Abigail Canfield, aged S2, " \ 

yia-T. 3. Mary E. Freeman, aged 63, " i 

7. Louise Victoria Dunning, aged 3 months, " ', 

" II. Charles "Wheaton, aged 2 weeks, •* ', 

" 17. Henrv S. Friebe, aged 9 months, " j 

" 20. ^laud Greenleaf, aged 2 '< months, " ' 

" 31. Margaret Ann Bull, aged 79, dau. of ilichael. " * '• 

Apr. 3. Louise Ann Hubbard, aged 92, " 

" 12. William Flenry Whitman, aged 27, Windsor. 

" 24. Beatrice Beamish, aged 3, E. Hartford. 

May 3. William Frown, aged 45, Hartford. 

" 17. Louis Matson, aged 7 years and S months, son of Wm. L., " 

" 17. Henry Albro, aged 4S, " ^ 

June 17. Thomas Rutherford Whice, aged i year and 3 mvinths, " 5 

July I'j. Henrietta Charlotte Schulz, aged 41' " .; 

" 17. William Blum, aged 7, New York Citv. 

" 27. Emily Govan, aged 6 months, Hartford. 

" 2S. William Pfund, aged 7 months, 

Aug. 7. Leonard Melville Orr, aged 3 years and 10 months, " : 

" 23. George 1). Judd, aged 50, •• 

" 26. Edward P. Mitchell, aged 43, " I 

" 29. Estella Louise Brown, aged 5_!j months. " 

•" 30. Mary Smith Merrill, aged So. " ; 

Sept. I. Jane .\ntoinette Black, aged 40, " '■ 

I. Dora Newberth, aged 47, " 

4. Julia Maria Pease, aged 29, " [ 
i[. Alice Louise Goodwin, aged 23, " 

17. Lydia Browneil Wendell, aged S3 }Ts., 5 mos., wife of John, " . - ■ 

26. William Algen Pease, aged 5 months, " 

— — . Henry Summcrmann. a'..jed 3 years and 22 days. " ; 

Oi.t. 7. Edith Bcckley Ward, aged S rnonths, ' New York City. 

" 14. Louis Wei^llich, aged 2 years and 5 months, Hartford. 

" 16. Charles Luckingham. aged 5 years and 7 months, " 

" iS. Sarah A. Boyd, aged 6i, ' New York City. 



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23 

26. 




27. 




29. 
31 


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6. 


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14 




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24. 

25. 


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1883. 

Jan. 4 



APPENDIX. 715 

Dato of Death. Name. Kcsidcnce. 

.Marv Rowe Tudor, aired 71, wid. of IIe;irv S., Hartford. 
Aibort Kueb!cr, a;.>ed S. ' East Hartford. 

Luraiia Hale I!aton, ai^ed 47, Hartford. 

Eli/;abeth Rosalie de Brossard, a^ed 85, " 

Mrs. Emma Parkhurst Camp, a;^ed 34, " 
Mrs. Clara Matilda I'riche, acjed — , 
Joseph C. Clark, aged 51, 
Eliza B. Goodsell, aged S2, wife of P. B. G., 

Aubrey Field Co.niL-r, aged 20, " 

Evalina Christina Becker, aged 20, " 

Leslie Francis Florenee, aged 3 years, 6 mos. , " 

Frederick Liidwig, aged 5 3'ears. 6 mos., " 
Mrs. I'ercy M. Rockwell, aged 67, New York City. 

Eleanor Harrison, aged 3, JIartford. 

5. Alice G. Harrison, a.ged 1, " 

" 23. Charles Frasher Crituhett, aged 9 mos , East Hartford, 

Feb. I. (Jrace Tuttle, aged 36, dau. of \Vm. F., Hartford. 

" 23. Eily May Zuihorst, aged 5, " 

Lov.isa Simp:;on Smith, aged 15 ye.irs. 4 mos., " 

John George Fo.>lar, aged 2 years, S mos., " 

Edward Pring, aged 55, " 
Eliza S. Ortleb, aged 12, 

James L. Hart, aged 37, " 

John H. Beck, aged rr years. 7 mos.. Denmark. 

Edward Nathan Calverley, aged 9 years, 10 mos., Hartford. 

James Reid, aged 76, " 
"Oito ]-Uum, aged 4 years, S mos., New York City. 

Dr. William ilenry Tremaine, aged 67, Hartford. 

William Valentine Calverley, aged 2 years, 2 mos., "~ 

Nancy Naylcr, aged 30 years, 6 mos., ' " 

Mary Jr.ue Cornell, aged 46. " 

Frederick A. Brehm, aged 2 years, 2 mos., " 
I-'rad Lydit Marx Abild, 5* mos., 

Charles Frank, aged 10 mos., 6 days, " 

2. Mrs. Maria A. Williams, aged S2, " 
" 3. George Francis Smytheman, aged 7 mos., 6 days, " 
" 17. Jo.seph Edward. Caldwell, aged 3A- mos., 

24. Ernest George Fletcher, aged 3V mos., 

" 24. ]Mary M. Russ. aged 42, " 

Aug. 2. Jacob A. C. Fjackmeyer, aged 5 years, 3 mos.,. " 

3. Edward C. Hansen, aged 4, " 
— — . Reginald Loomis, aged — , " 

6. Henry Clark Beckwith, aged 49 yea.rs, 4 mos., son of A. S., 
S. Charles P. Hansen, aged 2, 

8. Maiy R. Beach, aged 59, wife of Henry B., Janesville, Wis. 

" g. Harold Decker, aged 5 mos., 13 days, Wethersficld. 

13. Haiis J. Anderson, aged 4 mos., 13 days, Hartford. 

" 17. Augusta Loderquiste, aged 25 years, 7 mos., 

" i3. David Gallup, aged S5," Plainfield. 

" 21, John Dodd, aged 63, Ouincy, 111. 

" 27. ^lary Foslcr, aged 11 years, 10 mos., Haiiforil. 

" 29. Ada' Grace McCuUoug'h, aged 7 days, East Hartford. 

Sept. 25. Caroline Miller, aged 37 years, 7 mos., Hartford. 
Oct. 31. Mrs. Mellissa Roberts Battcrson, aged S3 yrs., 7 mos., wf. S. S. B., " 
Nov. 5. ^Mrs. Anna LJcForrcst, aged 04 years, 7 mos.. 

7. Karl Ziiihart. aged 4^ years, 9 mos., 

" 20. Charles Albert Zillluirt, aged 6 weeks, 
" 27. Susan Risley Northam, aged 76, jj 

Dec. 4. Mary Catharine Fellowes, aged iS, 



" 


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3 


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5 

6 

i3 


" 


22 


" 


23 


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30 

3 


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25 


June 


15 


" 


29 


July 


2 



7l6 CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. | 

i 

Date of Death. Name. Residence. 

Dec. i3. George Eug';eiie Mark, a<;e(a 5 nios. . Hartford 
'• ro. Angelica A. Flinl, a-ecr"iu, ICay.t JIarLford! 
18S4. 

Feb. 3. John Henry Kostaubader, aged 49, Hartford. ; 

" 4. Warren H. Burr, a;^ed4S, " ' 

" 10. Sarah Backus Welch, aged 19, " ; 

" iS. William Watson Eibbiiis, aged 6S, " 

" 20. J'.'hn Miller, ag-ed 51 years. 10 ir.os., •' [ 

" i'2. Daniel Shen.ifd Dewey, aged 70, " ' 

Zvlar. 5. Henry AV. Wrj.^rht. aged 47, " ;. 

" IT. Harry Edwin Caswell, aged 9 years, I nio., •• ' 

" 12. Lottie May Andrews, aged 9 years, 3 mos., " '. 

'■ 20. Elizabeth Kenrpton, aged 57, " 
•• 30. Charles E. MoCnllot;gh, aged 37, East Ha-tford. ' 

Apr. c. .Mary Ann Taylor, aged 41, New York City. 

5. Kessie Spencer Reid, aged 2 years, 19 days, Hartford. 
" 22. Mavina D. Knudsen, aged 21', " 

Emily Serrell V\'ood BeWn, aged 43 yrs., S nios., wife of George, " • 

Susan M. Goodrich, aged 59, ' " 

James Trotter, aged 40, " ; 

George W. A'len, aged 2 years, 9 mos., " • 

Xiles Hcnson Beck, aged'i year, 5 mns., " ■ 

Grace Theodora Allen, aged 10 mos., 15 days, " 
Josiah Capen, aged S6 years, 6 mos., Bloomfield. 

Frederick L tuber Elme'r, aged 2 mos., 16 davs, Hartford. ; 

Melissa Irene Hills, aged 4S, ' " ■ I 

Esther Maria Bull, aged S6, dau. of Michael, " ' 

(ieo. Kampel March, aged 6 n:os., 9 days, •• ' 

Louisa Maria Jones, aged 3 years, 9 mos., " 

Peny Smith, aged 77, ' •• ; 

Aina M. March, aged 24, •« i 

" 14. Elsie Pfund, aged i year, S mos., «• ^ 

" 15. Catherine Shcard, aged 29, «« } 

" 22. James F. Alien, aged 6, " j 

" 22. Lucy A. Fox, aged 4?, " ? 
Dec. 2. Lewis Vrilkinson, aged 4S, Chicago, 111. ; 

9. Silas Savage, aged S^. Ha'rtford. 

" iS. Edith Thayer Parmele, aged g, " . 

'■ 20. Leander C. Dicker,->on, aged 54, «' * 
18S5. 

Jan. 20. Adeline Goodrich Goodman, aged 62, wife of L. B., " < 

Feb. r. Clara Rahnenf.chrcr, aged 7, ' " i 

6. Charles Frederick Koch, aged 2 weeks, " 

" 15. Eunice Loornis Pinney. aged 76, wife of Sidney. " i 

" 21. Henr\' Hans Robert Meyer, aged — , ' * ;' 

" 22. Maiy Fitr.gerald, aged 62, ^ " 

" 27. Hattie L. Luca.s. aged 35, " ; 

Paul Link, aged 27, '• ; 

Frederick Philip Brehm, aged 35 years, 4 mos., " 

Thomas Francis Burke, aged 31, *' 

William Fisher, aged 31, n ; 

Josephine Tuer, aged 05, • *• 

Jane Stewart, aged 77, «• 

Jam.es Edward King, aged 4 years. 11 mos., '* ; 

Harry Francis Messier, aged'i year, 9 mos., " - '- 

Samuel Haaiilton. aged 29, " 
Caroline Sargeant Sterling, aged 60. wife of Rev. John C, 
Ella Louisa Twenty, aged 2 years. 7 mos., 

Bernhard Fenerstein, aged S'5. '* 

George E. Booth, aged 20. " 

Julie 2. Albert P.inebach, aged 2, ** 



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SO- 
S- 


July 


10. 


Aug. 


31. 
3- 


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14. 


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Oct. 


15- 

9- 

10. 


" 


16. 


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3- 



Mar. 


21. 


Apr. 


3- 


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21. 


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29. 




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8. 


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31. 



APPi.NDIX. 



717 



Date of D 

J\:ne 14 

" 19 

July 2 

'• 4 

" 13 

-3 



AUL 



" 30 

Sept. lu, 
" 16, 
" 16 
" 19 



Oct. 



Nov. 
Dec. 



iS 


86. 


Jan. 


4 


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^ 


" 


5 


" 


S 


" 


II 


" 


16 


" 


20 


" 


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30 


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4 


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10 


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23 


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17 


" 


If 


" 


i3 


Apr. 


3 


" 


13 


" 


15 



ath. ■* ■ Name. 

Frank Lewis SirJtl!, aged 7 mos., 
Mary Lockvoou Warner, aj^ad 11 years, 9 mos., 
Rosanria Rachenbach, aged 04, 
Harriet Stow Adams, aged 84, 
lOllen M Speny, aged 34, 
Levi S. Gilbert, aged 40, 

'i'ryphena Jackson, colored, Mrs. Jackson born Jv. 
lySi, oldest person in city iind probably i;i the 
ac;cd 103 years, 2 nios. , 
Eniip.a Ransom Hall, aged SS years, 7 mos , 
Cbauncey Glea.-^o-n, aged 61, 
(leorge St.'^.nley Graliam, aged 23, 
T. W. Buxton, aged 65. 
Neil McGehan, aged 45, 
Louisa F. Ivingmar. aged 51, 
Henrj- P. Pear.saii, aged 17 mos., 
GeiM-gc Ramsey, aged 65, 
Ric^iard White, aged 51 years, 9 rcos. , 
Albert E. Hodge, aged S years, 11 mos.. 
Tyler Cook Fletcher, aged 6 j-ears, 4 raos., 
HatLie G. Farwell, aged 42, 
^[rs. Laura Melissa Cad well, aged 3?, 
Philip Lentz. aged 54. 
Hermann Spiller. aged 3S, 
Sarah Emeline Fletcher, aged S years, 9 mos., 
Rol">ert Jarvis Flercher, aged 11 years, 10 mos., 
Moses Edmund Wiegiib. aged 4 years, 11 mos., 
Gordon Luvlwig, aged 3 weeks. 4 days, 
Charles Caligan, aged 61. 

Sarah Woodbridge, aged 73, dau. of Ward W., 
Eleanor Aldea Buttc-rtield, aged 41, 
Jennie Wright Bullock, aged 39, 
William Grauer. aged 2S 3"ears, 2 mos., 
Mabel France.s Clark, aged i year, 2 mos., 
^Margaret Crawford, aged 66, 
Peter Sheard, aged 52, 
Augustus Luke Burton, aged 3 days, 
Hei'iry Richard ^leyer, aged i mo., 3 days, 
Flossie Bell CoggshaU, aged 5 years, i mo., 
Ferdinand Fries, aged i3, 

J. H. Wm. Weak, aged 61, 

Lily French, aged 3j< hours, 

Mary Fries, aged 46 years, 9 mos., 

Susan Parker, aged 51, 

Joseph Vogt, aged S5, 

Arthur Old Pucci. aged 2 mos., 

Don Alonzo Shepard, aged 66, 

Arthur George .Sherlock, aged 45 years, 6 mos., 

Huldah Matlier Pinney, aged 74. 

Austin Bishop, aged 55, 

Elizabeth Porter Hayden, aged 61, 

Julia E. Blush, aged 44, 

Edward Fcrdmand Sayer, aged 5S, 

Frank Deiiz, aged 26, 

Lily Korsick..aged 6 mos., 

John Adam Fir-her, aged 56, 

Josepii \'aa Andan. aged ;i, 

Joan Hahn, aged 50, 

'Minnie Welch, aged 24, 

Maud E. Clark, aged 4 mos.. 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



Lotig i'ranch, N. L 
IL-irlford. 

".e 23. 

state, 

Newington. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 

Erookis'ii, N. Y. 

Hartford. 



New York. 
Hartford. 



ButTalo, N. Y. 

Flartford. 

Brookivn, L. L 

Hartford. 



Antrim, X. H. 
Hartford. 



I 
I 



7iS 



CIIKIbT CIIURCIi, IIAKITOKD. 



Date 


of D 


Apr. 


!-'• 




H. 


M-:y 


I. 


" 


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14. 


' ' 


16. 


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21. 


Jur.c 


7. 


" 


10. 


" 


lo. 


" 


26. 


July 


2. 


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20. 


" 


00 


" 


26. 


" 


2.3. 


Aug. 


5. 


" 


II. 


" 


I r. 


" 


jS. 


" 


-3- 


" 


30. 


Sept 


13 


" 


14. 


Oct. 


6. 


" 


II. 


Nov. 


4- 


" 


j:. 



Dec. 



^ 


iS. 


' ' 


iS. 


" 


-3- 


" 


=4- 


'' 


-7- 


" 29. 
I8S7. 

Jan. 7. 


" 


0- 


" 


14- 




21. 


" 


24- 


" 


24. 


Mar. 


14- 


" 


i;. 


' ' 


16. 


Apr. 


I * . 

31- 
I. 



May 20 

" 21 

-3 
June 4 



■:'.th. Kiiine. 

Eli as Hull Snow, a^eO. 0^, 

\Vi!liam Vv'allace Buotli, aged 37, 

Maria Fcluliciireii, aged 44, 

Albert A. \\'ateiS, ayed 2 years, 7 mos., 

Charles Jones, at'.ed 39, 

Eliot lioger Lan;;^-, ai;cd 16 nios., 

Caroline Meyer, a,t;ed 43 years;, 7 mos., 

Mary A. Litehneld, aged 70, 

lamina May Oeikuch, aged 19, 

Elizal-.eth X.-vdele, aged 70, 

Mary Lichtenstein, aged 43, 

Edwin Robert L<:ertler, aged 4 mos., 

Harold Jarvis Ricliinond, aged 2 weeks, 

Henry \Vaterman, aged 82, 

George Lang, aged 31, 

William Toohy, aged 57. 

Mary E. buck, aged 25, dau. of Rev. George, 

Wintleld Kendricics (Turner-Cowles), aged 3 mos., 

Cluiries William Wie^snt-r, aged 4 mi;)s. , 

David Smythman, aged 22, 

Albert Edward Schlatter, aged 2 m.os., 

Louisa Adelaide Field, aged 63 years, 6 mos., 

Ruth Maria Penfield, aged S4 years, 7 mos., 

May AbiJd, aged 2 mos., 

Annie Alexander, aged 52, 

Emma Hart, aged 33, 

Samuel Lee, aged Si, 

Hattie H. Smith, aged 3S, 

Louise T. Graham, aged 75, 

Mar}- Ann Welch, aged 62, 

Amelia Henetta Brehm, aged 17 mos., 

Julia J. Cailender. aged 57, 

James Wilson, aged 42, 

Charles Benton, aged S5, 

^Lavia H. Loveland, aged 50, 

Frank Harvey, aged 5 days, 

Sa-ah Lillian Young, aged 36, 

Rosetta Elizabeth Welch, aged 2, 

John Wiesner, aged S5, 

Thomas Roberts Laughton, aged 34 years, 4 m.os. 

cated at fire, 
Willie T. Smith, aged 2 years, 9 mos., 
Bernard Linke, aged 33, 
Isabella L. Strucks, aged 27, 
Henrv S. Emerson, aged 25, 
F. J. R. Pucci, aged 71, 
Alraira E!i7:a Blake, aged 2 yea.rs, 3 mos., 
Margaret Mayer Macknight, aged 65, 
Edward A. Waterhousc, aged 6 mos., 
Anna Behner. aged 57, 
Mary Maynard, aged 29, 
Charles Green, age^l 74; U. S. X., 
Edward H. Smith, aged 53, 
George Granger, aged 38, 
Aimee Robinson Milier, aged 3 mos., 
^lary A. Haynes. aged -3, 
Minnie Bubscr, age'l 23, 

Maria Louisa Ripley, aged 55, dau. ut Gen. R., 
Thomas Comn, aged 77, 
Catherine ^liller, aged 53, 



Residtnr rr. 

Hartford. 



East Hartford. 
Hartford. 



New York Citv. 
Hartford. 

Northford. 
Hartford. 



Stratford. 
Hartford. 



Meriden. 
Hartford. 



siiffo- 



Thompsonville. 
Hartford. 



Xev.- York. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 
New York. 



APPENDIX. 719 

DatP of Death. Name. Residence. 

June 14. Louisa Heather Mellein. aijed 6c, Hartford. 

" 20. Liliie Adela Mes^lor, aged r year, 5 iros., " 

July 2. lames Slcbbins, as;ed 47, " 

" 3. iiinma Eliza Foslar, aged 3 mos., ■ " 

9. J(ihn Malloy, aged 58," " '* 

" 12. Christopher A. Clark, aged 3 nios., *' 

" 2u. Caroline Lloyd, aged S6. dau. of ThMinas L., " 

" 25. lulia Ko.stenliader, aged iS, " 

Aug. 2. H. Tudor P.roui'ell, aged 6S, son of Bp. Brownell, " 

S. Ernest Hugo Ludwig, aged 8 weeks, " 

S. Joseph T. "Furlong, aged 29, New York. 

" II. L. Raymond Chapman, aged II mos., Hartford. 

16. Nellie Lathrop AVhiilelsey, aged 17, " 
" i3. Chauncey Benedict, aged 53, 

" 27. Chandler Boswell, aged I year, 4 mos., New York. 

Sept. 5. "William Osmond, aged 6S, Hartford. 

Oct. I. Mory Fries, aged 23 years, 6 mos., " 

" II. Edith E. Flehn, aged i year, 5 mos., " 

" 23. Ida M. Barbour, aged 23, " 

" 27. Jane T. Larkum, aged 52, " 

" 31. Ethel Carl, aged 17 days, " 

" 31. fieorgc J. Lcetriev, Jr., aged 3 years, 3 mos., " 

Walter G. Phelps, aged 29, " 

Jane Gibbons, aged 42, " 

Nettie Elizabeth Kowe, aged 3, Springfield. 

Emma Plack, aged 16, Hartford. 

Frederick Treibert, aged 6s, " 
Charles Arthur McCuUough, aged 16, East Hartford. 

Stephen G. Sluyter, aged 65, " Hartford. 

Margaret P. Becker, aged 5 years, S mos-., " 

George Burdett Williams, ageil 72, " 
^Margaret Roch, aged 42, 

Newton M. Fo\\-ler, aged 31, " 

" 13. Emily Ameha Parkhurst, aged 5S, 

Apr. 12. F^hza B. Sparks, aged 62, " 

" 17. Francis Whaland Burr, aged 47, " 

" 19. Thomas Skinner, aged 86, " 

" 22. Charles M. Flyde, aged 21, " 

" 27. Willie Bo'.vers, aged 12, " 

" 27. Bernhardt Grauer, aged 23, " 

" 2S. ]\rary Ann Smith, aged 73. " 

May 2. Elizabeth Burr Cook, aged 77 years, 3 mos., " 

, " 19. Ale.xander Hou.^ton, aged 67, " 

June 2. Hattie Belle Chaffee, aged 26, " 

" 14. Lorenzo Bidwell, aged 73 years, 9 mos., 

" 2S. Minnie Wehner. aged 3 years, 5 mos., " 
July 9. John B. Griebel, aged 63, Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

"' II. Lillian Emma Amelunxen, aged 7 weeks, Hartford. 

" 12. Alice Dunston, aged 25, wife of R(yDert E., 
13. Don C. Cutch.ley, aged 2 years, 2 mos., 

" 23. Florence Christina Holcombe, aged 3 mos.. East Hartford. 

Aug. 5. August Lindner, aged 52 years, 2 mos.. Hartford. 

"" 10. Emile Hetchel, aged 42, " 

" 16. Minnie Annie Barby, aged i year, 10 mos., 

" 17. Hannah Carroll, aged 39, 

" 23. Maria Wyatt, agecl j,n, 

'• 31. Ale.xarider M. Gordon, aged 70, 
Sept. 2. Agnes Gibson, aged S4, ThompsonviUe. 

" 17. Minnie Wiesner, aged i year. 4 m.os., Hartford. 

" 22. Mary Elearior Johnston, aged 50. " 



Nov. 


iS. 


Dec. 


9- 


" 


15- 


" 


16. 


" 


19. 


" 


21. 


" 


2S. 


188S. 


Feb. 


M- 


" 


20. 


:^Iar. 


4- 


" 


II. 



720 



CHRIS r ClILKCII, nAKIFOKI). 



Date of Death. Name. 

Sept. 24. Fred. L. Lester, aged 21 years, 4 mo?., 

Oct. S. Sarah I). Ripley, aged S6, wife of Geo. R., 

15. William lier.ry Burpee, a.t;x-d Cq, 

" Kj. Jar.e Eilcn Mnrtauc^h, aged 29, 

'■ 20. Rhoda Woodward Wilkinson, aged yS years, S inos., 

" 23. Giistav Ande!\-cn, aged 24 years, 3 mo.s., 

Nc'V. II. John FJenjarrin Xewcll, aged 3 years, 2 nios., 

" 15. William is'eweil, agvd 6 years, 6 raos., 

" 15. Samuel Bancroft, aged 53, 

" 16. Antoinette Am.clia Xewell, aged i year, 6 mos. , 

" 17. Jeimie Mather, aged 3O, 

" 24. D.jrothy May Newell, aged 6 mos. , 

Dec. J?. Hannah E. Fuller, aged 67 years, 10 mos.. 



Residence. 

East Hartford. 
Hartford. 

Utica, X. Y. 
Hartford. 



15. Sophia Hilis, a 



Jan. 1 



CT. 

21. 



Feb. 



S. 
9- 



Mar. 10. 



24. 



Apr. 



Mav 



June 



24. 

2'J. 
23. 

29. 

I. 

3- 

5- 

6. 

14. 

'3- 

29. 

I. 





13. 




21. 




22. 


July 


4- 


1 


4- 


1 'i 
r 


14- 


i 


16. 


1 

1 


l3. 


" 


19. 



George B. Larkum, aged 75 years, 5 m.os., 

Su>an A. Snow, aged 55 years, 3 mo?., 

]'ni:na M. Waterman, aged 57, 

Walter Keriey, aged 80 years, 6 mos., 

John Nevins Caswell, aged 52 years, 4 mos., 

Sarah Giddings Hewins, aged S3, wife of Philip, 

Mamie L. Sherman, aged 23 years, S mo.~., 

V\illic Murcaugh, aged 3 years, 6 mos., 

William H. Parker, aged 63, 

Carrie H. Anderson, aged 2 years, 3 mos.. 

Harvey Moure, aged 52. 

Edward Howard Lutz, aged 2 years, 6 mos., 

^^'illiam Linke, aged 34, 

John P. Hayden, aged So years, 5 mos., 

Eleanor }.[ay Tuttle, aged i, 

Fidelia Smith, aged S3, 

Lydia Ann 'Mary Bull, aged 7O, 

Fioriau Erbert Zacher, aged 4, 

Annie Isliep, aged 20, 

Grace May Fricke, aged 8 ^-ears, 10 mos., 

Charles A. Shepard, aged 6 years, 3 mos., 

Stephen Terry, aged 47, 

Thrimas Flem.iug, aged 51, 

Henry }.Iittag, aged 50, 

William Lungholm, aged 3 years, 6 mos., 

Jo.^eph Lang, aged 64, 

Franklin Sim.on Reed, aged 6 years, 2 mos., 

Dora Rahba Baeder, aged 48 years, 6 mos., 

Emma IHetrich, aged 22 years, 3 mos., 

Lewis J. Young, aged 66, 

Amanda Thompson Benton, aged 77, wife of Charles 

Martha White, aged 63, 

Rc-bert H. Reed.^aged 34. 

Annie L. Peterson, aged 2 years, 6 mos., 

Margaret McPhevson. aged 56, 

Helena Sohirm.aier, aged 37, 

George Ephraim Cowles, aged 36, 

Cora Elir.a Maurice, aged 3, 

Aiethea A. Clark, aged 06, 

Fraucesca Oelkuch. aged 55, 

George Albert Oldheld, aged 3 mos., 

Lottie Alice Cowles, aged i year, 7+ m.os., 

Peter Nisol, aged 4. 

Charles Wood-.vorth, aged 49 years, 6 nios., 

Frances Charlotte Clark, aged 3 mos., 5 days, 

Louise Alden Robinson, aged 3 years, 5 mos., dau. of 



Sufneld. 

Hartford. 

New York City 

Hartford. 



Chicago, 111. 
Hartford. 



Boston. Mass. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 
Hartford. 



Rye, N. Y. 
Hartford. 



B., 



East Hartfo'd. 
Hartford. 



FL N. 



AITEXDIX. 



721 



Hate of Death. 



Narno. 



Sept. 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



July 22. Mcta Matilda Ch.ristonson, acred 12 days, 

" 24. Chark-s Kdv.-ard Ma-ison. a;.^fd i year. 3 ino.'^., 

" 23. Edward Harold Tivy, aged 2 years, 13 days, 

" 31. Charles Thi.ma> Richards, aged 3 mos., 9 days, 

Aug. 4. Stella Ray Lloyd, aged 7, 

7. Louise Pliilerta IIull, aged 2 mos., 7 days, 

f). William Westphal Krupp, aged 5 mos., 

" 10. Mary Rowe (Tudor) Rodgers, aged 25, 

" 10. Sophia Fillev Rice, aged 74, wife of Nehemiah, 

" 11. Alice J. Gray, aged i year, 9 mos., 

" 23. Cynthia E. Eddy, aged 69. 

31. Elizabeth F. Pitts, aged 21 years, 8 mos., 

6. Ma-ia K. Button, aged So, 
S. Maiy Ar.nie Lr.nenheimer, aged 84, 

12. Harriet W. Bradley Robin.son, aged So, wile of George, 

13. George AVilkiuson, aged S4, 
17. M?^v Simpson, aged 9 mos., i day, 
30. Hiram R.Batterson, aged 43, son of S. S., 
10. Frank E. Lutz, aged 11 mos., 4 days, 

7. Susan Kinslar, aged Si years, 9 mos., 
7. John C. Calhoun,* aged 2q, 

" 9. ^[ary N. Waichorn, aged 59, 

" 22. George B. Phelps, aged 19 years, 3 mos., 

" 26. Annis C. Gilbert, aged 52 years, S mos., 

" 29. Elizabeth J. B.\?sett, aged 5 years, jo mos., 

'' 30. Edward R. Brownell, aged 64, sou of Dr. P., 
1890. 

Jan. I. Sarah P. De3. LeBlon, aged 34 years, 7 mos., 

" 3. Toscpli HoUister Stevens, aged ti2, 

" II. Delia F. L.'re, aged 27, 

•' II. Robert '\V. Brown, aged 2S, 

" 12. William Harrison Joyner, aged i yCv^r, 2 mos., 

'• 12. Mary Wunder, aged 63, 

" 13. Mary Portlock. aged 65, 

" 13. Louise Jtiliette Matson. aged 2 years 

" 13. George Hauert. aged 33, 

" 16. Maria Jennings, aged 53, 

" 20. Gustave Liesche, aged 23 years, 4 mos., 

" 24. Minnie P^ammart, aged 58, 

" 26. Lorenzo Bridge Goodman, aged 70, Junior Warden, 

30. Jane Corss, aged 56, 

1. Adeline Perkins Corss, aged 79 years, 5 mos., wife of J 
9. Alene Burdell Ayers, aged 6 weeks, 

13. Emily P. Da%-i3,'aged Si years, 11 mos., wife of Joseph, 

15. Christina Petersen, aged i year, i mo., 

2. Mary Jane Cooper, aged 53 years, 9 mos., 24 days, 
5. John E. Pollard, aged 53, 

10. George C. Post, aged 53 years, g mos., 

3. Junius Spencer Morgan, aged 77; died at Monte Carlo, 
10. Mary Ann Gordon, aged 72, wife of A. M., 
12. Caroline Fisher, aged 56, 
26. Loui.sa H. Chaffee, aged 59. 

5. Charles Raymond Wood, aged 4 mos., 

6. Minnie Perry, aged 34 years, 9 mos., 
i;. Homer C. Bill, aged 36 years, 6 m.os., 

0. Anna C. DeCunsel. aged 2 years, 9 mos., 

7. Emma Charlotte Linte, aged 6 weeks, 

22. Maud Xiles, aged 7 m.os., 12 days, 

23. Agues Wright, aged 3 years, 10 mos., 
30. " Joseph Bou\-ier. aged 40. 

2. Charles Mansncld'Beach. aged i dav, 
46 



Residence. 
Hartford. 



Boston, Mass. 
Hartford. 



New Haven. 

Hartford. 
Wcthersfield. 

Hartford. 

New York Citv. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 
• mos., Hartford. 

East Hartford. 
; m.os., " 

Hartford. 

mos., dau. of Wm. L., " 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



Mav 



Jun« 



July 



ohn. 



Burnside. 
Danbury. 
Hartford. 

London, Eng. 
Hartford. 



Middletou-n. 
Hartford. 



\<1 



7-- CHRIST CriURCIT, IIARTI'ORI). j. 

Dati." K<L Death. Nimf. „ ' 

Jul} II. Jane. V. n;rht. a-ed 2 yea'-.s, 2 mos.. 10 days. Hartfo-.' 

II. ^^latilda ireat. aged So years, II u.Ds., , Middletm-n 

" XI. Ja-^ie. Holmes, a-edS mos.. 1 lar-rM ■ 

•; 13- )\iliiam Lewis Hillman. a^^^ed 5 mos., 13 davs. ^lan.oru. . 

15. Geovjje Laton Nichols, aged 4 mos., " ' ' <. j 

16. John Frederick Fifer, aged 6 mos., 6 davs .. » 
" 19. Albert f. Pease, aged 7^. ' ' .. 

Aug. -. ^V•liiarn Kuebler, aged 5, .. ] 

3. ^iary^'^. Carrier, aged 49, ,, '' 

13. Charles Edward Barchfeld, aeed i mo.. 2 davs '< i 

Sept. 3. Henry Kalienbach. aged 4 mos., 4 days' ' ' .. ) 

;; uj. T';^icyMorganGo.jduin,aged79years, 6mos.,wirc of James, 

2/. b lion Rogers, aged 60. ., ; 

Oct. 15. Mary E. Smith,' aged 62, wife of Uriah T .. ' 

" 20. Ruth H. Colton, aged 7S, wife of Charles A '. ' 

" CO. Mary Campbell, aged :; = . "' ,. 5 

" 30. Philemon Frederick Robbins. aged S3 .< ' 

-\ov. 5.. Charles E. Cv.sick, aged 31 vears, 9 mos., .. \ 

5. Minerva ^^el:ssa Hattersoa, aged 69, dau. of S SB •■ i 

!! ^" h'-^*---"^'- I-'^^'^land, aged66 rears, 7 mos., " Lvnn XFt-^ ' 

13. Marion Kdoa Larkum, aged 6'years. 2 mos.. Hartford' ' 

;' 15. Aloert Robert Litchfield, aged ;vears, 10 mos.. Marttord. , 

I?. Josephine Elaine Hinckley, aged 2 davs • •• j 

" 21. Sarah Jane Smith, aged 26, ^ ' ' ,, I 

" 30. Frederick Heine, aged 61, .. \ 

Dec. 6. Giovanni Succhesi, ao-ed 74 .. '. 

1S91. 0/4- . ^ 

Jan. 20. William Cliarles Plolmes, aged 6 vears, 6 mos. " ! 

22. George Ephraim Howard, aged I'vear' 6 nios ' .. i 

■' 23. Edward J. Cur?:ck, aged 52, ' ' ' .. i 

Feb 'f S^.^'■f''^%^r^^^"^-^^^'"•i-^^48yrs..II nK^^^ •> ' 

teo. I. Joan James Holmes, aged 4 vears, 4 mos.. 

. I. George Washington Williams, a^ed 32 ' .. f 

" 10. Ch-arles Kaensler, aged S7, * " .. i 

y 10. Charles Caligan, aged 37, .. \ 

16. John Thomas Skinner, aged 50 rears. 7 mos •< j 

" 26. Bertha Louise Elcoeh. aged 2 davs ' .. - 

^^?r- r fc:tPi;^:^^-'^^',f^^^3i"years, Smos., West Hartford. ^ 

.. :• fc?:^"? V •, ^^■''^ -^5- Hartford. 

/. xjaioaiaL. \ osselcr, a.ged 47, .. 

'' 13. John Wells Stanchff, aged 77.' . .. \ 

" 15. ^lary A. Overand, ageii 76, '.. ' 

i3. Henry Luckingham,' aged I vear i mo .> * 

■' 'o S^'?/T''^"'f ^' ''^^^■"' ' ' ' East Hartford. 

..o. S.dney J. Hodge, aged 2. Hirt^n-d 

^P^- J- ^r^^l^- ^^^^ tP'^ ^-- , Cambridgep^U M^;^: 

24. Ha..ie Amanda CoUms. aged 21 y.:ars, 6 mos.. ^ Hartford 

" ^2;. Jane Ferguson Duncan, aged 5 mos., naraoru. 

iNlay 10. Gustave Bar-.enfeld, aged' , 

" 23. Eliza Davis, aged — ' r • 1 r* 

June 3. Eunice Catharine Palmer, aged .5. SSS5: 

10. Eiiza&eth Jewell, agerl 60. n ■ 

" 17. Ch:iries Phillips, aged 46, <. • 

" 25. Addie Breton!' aged 35,' .. ) 

July 3. Joanna Amelia D.jerK'aged 52, .. , | 

6. Caroline A. H. Morgan, aged 71, wife of George D " ^ 

13- jonn Hoppe. aged or, & . ^^ 

[' -5. Rf^f ^-Ha Frances iHotelling) Smith, aged 4:; vears, 4 mos 
30. \\-i!^ni Pr.ce Jo;ies. aged 22 years, 9 mos',' 
Aug. _ I. G.adys Leona Cambridv^e, aged i mo., 
4. Lizzie A. Winslow, aged 23, 



•l/' 



ATPF-NDIX. T^l 

th. Xiunc. Residence. 

Amiie Chacse. a-ed 64, Hartford. 

Valentine Kunkol, aged 66, 

17. Henry Watchurn, figed 57, 

23. Georcve Francis Keasley, aged 2 years, 11 nios. , 

2-\. Frank C. Marrvn, a.i;ed 43. >^e\v Haven. 

?7. Mary Hudson t^utler, aged So years, 9 mos., Hartford, 

2. Jennie E. Wood, aged 59, 

3. Bedc L. JJankcrs, aged — , 

12. Edward E. Martyn.'aged 48, " 

2J. >rAria Sarrdi Eaniphier, aged 91 years, 7 mos., 

30. Margaret Costello, aged 61 vears, 7 mtjs., " 

31. William F. Rand, aged 56, ' Now York City. 
33. Harold Fred. Geo. Eawler, aged 2 years 3 mos., Hartford. 
10. Jerusha P. Cooley, aged Sq years, 10 mo.s., 

24. Joseph Luckenk.am, aged 44, 

26. Horace Henry Larkum, aged 52, 

29. Eeander H. Jaycox, aged 55, 

3. John Janies Allan, aged 19, 

6. Edna Hamilton, aged 15 mos., 

6. Theodore C. Nacdele, aged 37, " 

14. Marion Helen Aberdein, aged 49, wife of David L., " 

15. J.Iartha Reynolds, aged 4 years, 7 mos., " 

16. Charles Kern, aged 49, 

iS. Alfred Watkinson, aged 73, " 

21. Catharine Elizabeth Law, aged 51, " 

24. Frederick Fkickland, aged 73, 
26. lames H. Condren, aged 34, 

26. Maiy A. Pinney, aged SS, wife of Ebenezer, East Hartford. 

27. -Mary S. Curtis, aged 55. HarUord. 

30. Charles J. Entress, aged 9 years, 3 mos., 

5. Tillie Sickman, aged 14, 

23. Maria L. Sage Saui'ord, aged 44, 

6. Ida Dewey, aged 33, 

17. William Bush, aged 37, 

19. Sarah F''. Cooper, aged 77, 

25. Charles FL Olmstead, aged 40, Rochester, N. Y. 
I. .Thomas Calverly, aged 61, E. Hartford. 

iS. Flora Eydia Cowles, aged 28, Hartford. 

20. Allan W. WaiTier, aged 55, 

30. Electra Beach Nott, aged 66, . . 

30. Etta Carrie L)ow, aged 4, 

4. Fidalins (Jl()kler, aged 43, 

16. William Flenry Scherp, aged 14 mos., " 

19. Franklin Whitmore Sommermann, aged 6 mos., " 

22. Wviliam Brink Ramsdell, aged 0, " 

23. WiUiam Holmes, aged 33, 

26. Carl Albert Scherp, aged 4, 

5. Sumner Carr, aged 17, 
3. Emma Hauser, aged 36, 

5. Adolph 1- ries, aged 19, 

15. Julia C. Simmering, aged 76, " 

19. Florence Annie Schumacker, aged 4 mos., " 

29. Margaret Mitchell, aged 53, '* 

30. David L. Aberdein, aged 50, 

6. Charles Edward Hanson, aged 5 mos., " 
9. Thom.as Backus, aged Si, " 

15. Charles M. Crawford, aged 4S, " 

20. Florena Lind, aged 4, 

27. Charles Tuller. aged S3, 

29. Richard G. Bunce, aged 62, Broold>-n, N. Y. 



724 



CIIKIST CHURCH, IIAKTFOKD. 



l)ate of Dcn.:h. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov, 



Dec. 



1 1. 

24- 

I. 

20. 

S. 
26. 
28. 

8. 
12. 
I.;. 
16. 
20. 



1893. 
Jan. , 



Feb. 



^lar. 



Apr. 



5- 
16. 
iS. 
22. 
30. 



14. 

17- 
i3. 
20. 
22. 
23. 



4- 



May 


6. 


' ' 


II. 


" 


15- 


" 


19. 


Jv.ne 


29. 


July 


2. 


" 


12. 


" 


17. 


A-ag. 


14. 


' * 


17- 


' * 


22. 


Sept 


4- 


" 


iS. 


Oct. 


13- 


" 


16. 


I i 


'^ 




'-0- 


Nov. 


13. 


" 


10. 


Dec. 


4- 


' * 


5- 


" 


14. 


'• 


I3. 



;ed 40, 

'>vife of Walter K., 



Sarah Larkin. a,c:cd S9, 

Florence Annie Schrc'ffer, aged 1, 

Willi..iin Metz. aged 7 mos., 

Sarah Oilman Youug, agx-d 61, 

Isabella Helden, ag-ed 32, 

Mary M. Nicholson, ac;;ed 51, 

Harry 15. Porter, aged 27, 

Mrs. Jennie K. Marding, aged 4S, 

Frank T. A. Chaese, aged 30, 

Harry Belden, nged 24, 

Mrs. Clara Beck, aged 33, 

Mrs. Caroline ]\Iaria Miller, aged 59, 

Mrs. Cythia F. Bishop, aged 72. 

Arthur T. Adams, aged 49, 

Mrs. Emma Lux, aged 56, 

Mi.ss Naomia Rice, aged 84, 

Mrs. Ann Farley, aged 79, 

Mrs. ^^a^y L. Forst, aged 29, 

Benjamin (IcnTicry, aged 71, 

"William L._ Wright, aged 21, 

Grace L. flollister, aged 21, 

James T.- Sherman, aged 54. 

Bartholemev.- James ^lurphy, ac 

Mary Jeanette Keney, aged So, 

Stephen P. Abe!!, aged 72, 

James \l. Woodruft", aged 48, son of O. D., 

Benjamin F. Hurlburi, aged 74, 

^Irs. Sarah Goodale, aged 65, 

^Irs. Charlotte S. Thatford, aged 7S, 

!Mrs. Abigail Jane Cornwall, aged 57, 

John W. Nichols, aged 77, 

Mrs. Lucy A. C. C;u"ner, aged SO, wife of Wm. B., 

Mrs. Emma B. Stebbins, aged 29, 

Mrs. Eltruda H. Ely, aged 02, 

Mrs. Delia I'-urr Jev.-ett, aged 70, wile oi George D., 

Mrs. Sarah Jane Sm.ith, aged 61, 

Sidney A. -Ensign, aged 76, 

Emma Sommermann, aged 22, 

Miss Margaret Backus, aged 63; died at Middletown, 

Miss Jane Allen Wood, aged 6 years, S mos., 

Jennie Eiizabeth Frish, aged 2 mos., 

^Irs. Almira Fiouston, aged 82, 

Frank Edward Dolan, aged 3 mos., 

Alexander Anderson, aged 7 mos., 

John Laim.an, aged 71, 

James William Pagram, aged 34, 

George FL Parker, aged 75, 

Sarah Bell Fries, aged 18, 

Maria Bunce, aged 64, 

Nellie Alice Sharpe. aged 3 mos., 

Manha A. Eelden, aged S5, 

George W. Hubbard, aged 52. 

Albert Grunack, aged 25. 

Anna Lucia Madscn, aged 38. 

Caroline Law, aged 33, 

Alice Ca'verley, aged 32, 

Laura S. Dickerman, aged 78, 

Adolph Anderson, aged 19 years, 5 mos., 

Leonard H. Nott. aged 75, ' 

David S. Rice, aged 4 mos., 



Residence. 1 
Hartford. : 



East Hartford. 

Hartford. 
Albany , N. V. 
East Hartford. 

flartford. 



East PLartford. 
Hartford. 



San Jose, Cal. 
Hartford. 
Brooklyn. 
Hartford. 

West Hartford. 
Hartfor'i. 



East Hartfor-:. 
Hartford. 



p 



APlLXDiX. 725 

Djto oi' I)e:itii. Name. Residence. 

Dec. ig. Calherino Trescli, a:4"e(l 52, Harlfonl. 

" 23. T-'ioniiah Jone.=;, aged 8S, " 

•' 27. William M. Bulxscr, agt^d 52, 

•• 30. Elizabeth Mooney, aged 37, *' 

1894. 

Jan. 1. Margaret Haughton, aged 71. " 

" '• 24. David Henry McCandlass, aged 39, " 

" 31. Annie M.ibel Nolan, aged 9 mos., '* 

Fob. II. Maria Louise E^^?^^-o^th, aged 19, *' 

•' 2S. Louise J. \Vhitlle>ey, aged 45, wife of George C, " 

Mar. 16. Josephine Eooih, aged 52, (c) " 

•• 26. Ie??ie Bothweli, aged 54. " 

Apr. 25. William C. Beyer, aged 31, " 

.May II. Mrs. Sarah F. Wright, aged 63, 

" 15. Mrs. Katherine K. Calloway, aged 62, ■ " 

" 16. Mr. Harvey P>. Seymour, aged 61, Jersey Citv. 

" 24. Frederick A. Ellis, aged 49, Hartford. 

" 22. Agr.es L. Reid. aged' 16 mos., East Hartford. 

June II. Mrs. Rebecca Gregoi-y. aged So, Hartford. 

'' 14. Charles E. Terrell, aged 7 years, 6 mos., " 

'• i3. Mrs. Carrie L. Adams, aged 41, 

" 19. Mrs. Lvdia M. Lester, aged 62, East Hartford. 

•• 23. William Brown, aged 36? Hartford. 

" 30. Frances Ellen Watrous, aged 50. 

July 2S. Wi.iiford Geneva Perkins, aged 9 mos., 

Aug. 9. Hattie Fitch, aged 17, Xcvark, X. J. 

" 14. Mary Elizabeth Earle, aged 7S, wife of Morris, New York City. 

" 20. Frederick T. Covel, aged ;o years, 9 mos., Hartford. 

Sept. I. Mrs. AmeUa Kerns, aged 3S, 

6. Mrs. M. M. Bond, aged 59, 

Oct. 21. Mrs. Laura L. Robinson, aged 25, " 

Nov. I. Gustavus Booth, aged — , " 

2. Margaret Dyer Young, aged 5 m.os., " 
5. Hugo F. Ludwig, aged 62, " 

L3. William B. Lloyd, aged 34, . " 

'• 15. Albeit IL Kent, aged 27, 

15. Henry Keney, aged SS, ' " 

" 17. Jess-'e Albertina bhepard, aged 26, " 

Dec. 20. Xicolo Lasizr-a, aged 22, 

" 21. Herman Jeines, aged 13, ■ " 

" 31. George FI. Carr, aged 4; vears, 6 mos., " 

1895. ^ - ' . ^ 

Jan. 10. Albert K. Tillotson, aged 10 mos., 

9. Kate y[. Brown, aged 53, 

" 13. Howard P. Ross, aged 53, 

" 27. Matilda Hack, aged 55, 

Feb. S. John E. Edward, aged 46, 

" 15. Harriet L. Hoadley, aged 02, wife of Wm. H., 

17. Grace ?nL Hunt, aged 46, wife of Miio, " 

" 22. William F. Tuttle, aged 83, 

■■ 27. Julia W. Skinner, aged 77, 

Mar. 13. Annie E. Clark, aged 46. East Hartford. 

■• 13. Rev. William Lewis Bostwick, aged 64, Fair Haven. 

Apr. 3. Henrietta Brunotte. aged 59. ' Hartford. 

3. Sarah Jane Spalding, aged 81, 

4. Alice Andrews, aged 46, 

7. Ella M-iry Edwards, aged 72, 
9. Isaac Beecher Davis, aged 78, 

" 10. Minor Warner, aged 55, 

May II. Annie Teuber, aged 35, 

June 2. Chauncey W. GleasoL, aged 30, 



726 



CIIIUST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



Date cf Deo 1)1. 

June 8. Cora I.or.is 



July 



Au.c;. 



9- 
12. 

23- 

31- 



Nan'.e. 
Wolcott, .'t;.;L-d 33, 
Saiah TulLie. aj^'eil 78, \vite of William F., 
Robert Stanton Fuller, a'.^ed 75, 
Lauretta Cowles, aged 4 mos., 
Ellison Hubbard Young, aged 44, 
Smith S. Parker, aged 75, 
Gurdon T. Chapman, aged 72, 



Josie L. Craemer, aged 26, 
William II. ^^ 



Residcncir. 
Hartford. 



Wethersfield. 
Hartford. 



Southington. 
Hartford. 



East Hartford. 
Hartioid. 



Miner, aged 35, 
Rosella Lloyd, aged 91, dau. of Thomas, 
Sarah B. Hidctt, aged 74, 
Isaac P. Dax-is, aged S4, 
Ruth I. Heu-cs, aged 2 years, 8 mos., 
Cordelia R. Cook, aged 75, 
Cirace 'Slay Calverley, aged 4, 
William M. Brown, aged 4S; died at Middlctov.-n, 
Fannie Saltonstall, aged 51, wife of Rector, " 

Albert T. Litchfield, aged 33, • • " 

£. Caroline Copperberg, aged 30, 
" 9. Emily Cooley, aged 77, " 

Additions and corrections have been made in tliis list of burials to ma!;e ii 
more con-ect, so that more appears than is to be found in the original rcc.jrd. 
Mr. George E. Hoadley has been very helpful in this matter. 



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13- 


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Oct. 


10. 
14. 


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17- 


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26. 


Nov. 


I. 



DIOCESAN CANON W.— Of Parochial Registers and Reports. 

Sec. I. In order to give effect to Title I., Canon XVIII., Section i, of the 
Digest, it is hereby required that every Minister of this Church shall keep a regis- 
ter of all the baptisms, marriages, and funerals solemnized by him, specifying the 
names of the parties married, of those baptized, and of their sponsors, and of the 
persons buried, and the time when each rite was performed. He shall also enter 
therein the names of the persons confirmed, of the communicants, and of the fam- 
ilies belonging to his Parish, which register shall be deposited with the Clerk, in 
case of his removal from the Parish. 



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ADDENDA. 



Christ Chukch, Parish House, 

Hartfoi;d, Cu.n.n., Dec. 9, 1S95. 

Dear Dr. Ri.-ssfll : 

The enclosed tables of footings and averages should he accompanied 
by the following 

Noics. 

1. The footings are approximately, not absolutely, correct. The 
early records were imperfectly kept and hence in them as in later chron- 
icles one finds errors of both omission and commission. 

2. The average of attendance in 1894-95 is probably more accurate 
than others, for during that year the uumberpresent at the two principal 
services were counted by three persons, and their returns compared be- 
fore the entry was made. If the same care had been taken in pre\-ious 
years it is probable that the decrease, if any, would not be so marked. 

3. The gi-adual removal of families from the business quarter to 
the residence portion of the city, increases distance from the Church, and 
furnishes a ready excuse for non-attendance. 

4. A comparison of the average number of comnmnions, with the 
number of comnmnicants enrolled, seems to demand some explanation. 

■ {a.) Many whose names appear in the List of Communicants are 
persons v.-ho have received Lutheran confirmation, and had been ad- 
mitted to the privileges of full membership in Christ Church in years 
previous to my coming. A large proportion of these do not commune at 
all in our church, and some not oftener than tv/ice yearly, at Xmas and 
Easter. 

{b.) Some v.-ho attend other churches regularly have neglected to 
ask for the canonical letter of transfer, preferring to retain membership 
in this Parish. Hence their names still appear on our hst, although they 
neither attend the services nor contribute to the support of the Church. 

It seems proper that the facts above stated should be borne in mind 
when one desires information regarding both the past history and pres- 
ent condition of the Parish. 

Faithfully, 

L. W. SALTOXSTALL. 



> i. 



... . ■■ ,• >, 

I <* ': 



-8 



CUR I SI" CHURCH, HAR'D-ORD. 



Fooii/igs taken from th<- /\r/is/i Kcgiitcr from the earliest 
dates I So I to Dec. i, 1^95 : 



Co}ifi)i;uit :011s, 

Marriages, 

Burials, 



total number 3,17S 

" 1.SS7 

9-96 

2,156 



Tabic of Annua/ Bapiisnis, etc.^ carefully prepared by Rev 
:Mr. Saltonstall. 



Yeak. 



ISOI 
l502 

IS05 
IS04 
IS05 
IS06 
IS07 

iSoS 
1S09 
iSro 
iSii 
1S12 
1S13 
i3t4 
1S15 
1S16 
1817 
181S 
1S19 
1S20 
1S21 
1S22 
1S23 
1S24 
1S25 
1S26 
1S27 
1323 
1S29 
1S30 
1S31 
1S32 

1333 
1834 
1835 
1S36 
1S37 
I. S3 3 
1339 



I 
15 
49 
16 
16 
31 
12 

17 
3S 
24 



40 



27 

17 



14 
34 



21 
47 
42 

22 

23 
29 
33 
43 
41 
47 



49 



44 

2r 



34 
20 



9 
24 

36 
26 
4^ 

23 



4 
1 

3 

5 
S 

9 
14 
16 

3 

7 

6 
6 

I 
4 



6 
10 



10 

3 

5 

6 

6 

8 

n 

II 

II 

13 
S 

9 
9 



4 
4 
6 

4 

t) 

II 

7 

2 

II 

14 



iS 
26 
16 
i3 
II 

19 
23 

13 
16 

25 
23 

31 



35 



Yk.vh. 



IS40 

1 341 
1S42 

1S43 
1S44 
1845 
1S46 

1S47 
134S 
1049 
1S50 
1S51 
1S52 

1S53 
1S54 
1855 

1S56 

1S57 
1833 
1559 
1S60 
1S61 
1862 
1863 
1S64 
i365 
1 366 
1S67 
1S6S 
1S69 
1870 
1871 
1S72 

1S73 
1374 

IS 75 
1376 
1077 
1878 



54 
;6 



31 
37 
26 

35 
24 
19 
19 
29 

24 

28 

47 
33 
56 
29 
37 
49 
27 
26 
26 



31 
27 
12 

43 
17 

i3 

35 
36 
21 
28 

66 
62 



3S 
26 

35 
26 
26 
19 
19 
II 
20 
I 
20 

28 

24 
17 
13 
40 

53 
61 

24 

5 
22 

35 
iS 
12 
i3 
12 
26 
51 
23 
iS 
iS 
9 
9 
3s 
19 
54 



II 
6 
9 
9 

7 

9 

14 

3 



12 
6 
6 
S 

12 

3 

10 
11 

13 
15 

9 

iS 



10 
12 
7 
9 
9 
/ 
13 
3 
4 
6 

5 

4 



34 
44 

35 

23 

30 
21 
29 
26 
20 



M 

20 

13 
12 

14 
13 



29 
24 
23 
33 

28 

20 

24 

16 

19 
19 
26 
16 

23 

28 

II 

12 
12 

22 



ADDENDA. 



729 







« 




; i 
1 1 


i 

i 


1 


tions. 


!/< 








r3 


u 




' 


« 


ci 






Yfak. 






u: 


V, 1 


Ykar. 


1 c 


c 




■ji 








i~> 








tr: 


'C 


zi 




a 






>-> ', 










u 




« 






3 1 




1 f^ 







s 




6^ 




37 


II 


37 i 




■ ^ 


U 


<• 


1 SQ 


1S79 


iSSg 


1 79 


45 


29 


; 70 


lS^o 


34 


16 


16 


3S . 


1S90 


i 96 


66 


22 


6i 


iSSi 


40 


2Q 


16 


43 : 


, 1S91 


i 67 


52 


37 


; 64 


iS32 


54 


2S 


2; 


46 ^ 


1392 


1 39 


20 


16 


46 


1SS3 


72 


18 


30 


43 ' 


iSw3 


.5j 


30 


22 


43 


1S84 


56 


G 


19 


36 i 


1S94 


i 27 


33 


23 


36 


1SS5 


94 


5S 


34 


59 i 


, *iS95 


. 23 


27 


i^ 


40 


1SS6 


77 
54 


26 



33 
24 


5S ! 




1 








1SS7 




1 








18S8 


33 , 


27 


2S 


46 




|3475 


iS37 


996 


2156 



* To Advent, Dec. i, 1895. 



Averages taken from the Record of Services for terms 
specified. : 

OF ATTEXDAN'CE AT SUNDAY SERVICES. 







Hou 


U OF SERVICE. 




8 KM. 




10.45 A.M. 


7.30 P.M. 


*iSoi-92, .... 


2I55 


, 


2703^ 


2o£!4 


1S02-93 


21 ?§ 




2S5;'» 


2I01?- 


1S93-94 


21M 


, 


■ 24S|f 


20S-V 


1S94-95 


I61| 


I 


22525 


161?^ 



* Ai'.vent to Advent. 

OF COilMUN'ION'S ON FIRST SUNDAYS. 







Hour of Service. 








S A.M. 


10.45 A.M. 


Total. 


E 


aroUed. 


IS9I-92 


30^ 


I55J 


IS6^ 




332 


1392-93 


43i 


135 


173} 




739 


1 593-94. .... 


321 


I24i 


156^5 




909 


1594-95 


26^ 


"412 


I4ii 




931 



■i "•'.',' ■ Vj ^ 



Mir r 



;> K'M 



/- • ! )'; ..'! /. 



V /. . , i . T , 



■'i. Jl'' ■•'• > W 



730 



CllillhT CilUKCii, I/AkTiOKD. 



iSoi, 



Zis/ of those v.-lio h; 
the year in which, tlu-y 

i-jyO. SajTinei Cutlei-, 
John Thomas, 
Jacob Ogden, 
John Jeffcry, 
EHas Morgan, 
Peleg Sanford, 
William Hurr, 
Aaron Bradley, 
John Thomas. 
1799- Thos. Sanford, Jr. 
Joseph Utley, 
James Bull, 
James "Ward, 
John r»rcCrackan, 
Michael Olcott. 
Roger Wads worth, 
Michael Bull, 
Nathaniel Blake. 
Joseph Hai-t, 
Daniel Goodwin, 
Sanmel Tudor, Jr., 
John Hamilton. 
William Weller. 
George Pierce, 
Samuel Ledlie. 
Thomas Lloyd, Jr. 
John Butler, 
John Pierce, 
Thomas Glover, 
William Weare, 
Cyprian Nichols, 
James Church. 
iSoS. William H. Imlay, 
Roland Lee. 
Roswell Bartholomew, 
Jeremy Hoadley, 
Scth Whiting. 
Eliakini Hitchcock. 
James M. Goodwin, 
Philo Plillyer. 
Simeon Griswold, 
Joseph Wheeler. 
Christopher Saunders, 
Judah Bliss, 
George Beach. 
i3i9. John T. Peters. 



u-e been /Vj7/^7//^;/ in the Parish, with 
' were fir.st clioscn ; 



1S04. 

1S05. 

1S06. 
1S07. 



iSog. 



i3i3. 
i3i4. 

1S16. 

iSiS. C! 



1S20. Griffin Stedman, 
Nathan Morgan. 
Asa Farwell. 
. Charles Braiuard, 

Samuel H. Huntington. 
. Lsaac Toucey. 
• Jo.^eph Church, 
Denison Aforgan, 
Solomon Porter. 
. Ch.arle^ S. Phelps, 
Ebenczer Collins, 
Charles Spencer. 
William T. Lee. 
Lbeuezer Flower. 
I^udley Buck, 
James Goodwin, Jr., 
Lemuel Humphrey, 
Hezekiah Huntington, Jr. 
Charles H. Northam, 
Edmund B. Stedman, 
Era--tus Goodwin, 
Horace W. Goodwin, 
Thomas Belknap. 
Ward Woodbridge, 
Timothy M. Allyn. 
Philip Ripley. 
Haynes Lord, 
Wm. H. Hoadley, 
Zephaniah Preston. 
Charles A. Colton. 
Hezekiah Brainard. 
Philemon F. Robbins. 
Miles A. Tuttle. 
John A. Taintor, 
John B. Eldredge. 
Walter Keney. 
Junius S. ^Morgan, 
William R. Phelps. 
John W. Bull, 
George Sumner. 
Gurdon W. Russell. 
Fla\nu5 A. Brown, 
Alfred Watkinson, 
William Isham. 
Thomas T. Fisher. 
Charles H. Sigoumey, 



1S22 
1823 

1S24, 
1S25. 



1S26 



1S27 
1S29 
1S30. 



1831, 



TS34. 



iS- 



1337- 
1839. 
1840. 
1S41. 

1843. 

1844. 
1845. 



1847- 
1S43. 



1849. 
1S50. 



ADDENDA. 



731 



1S51. Allyn S. Stillman, 
Thomas J. Fales, 
Thomas Skinutr. 

1852. Philip Ripley, Jr., 
W. H. D. Callender. 

1553. John v.". Bv.ll. 
John BiDckleriby, 
William Mather, 
Chester Adams, 
H. D. Wells. 

1554. William F. Tuttle, 
Normand Lyman, Jr. 

1555. Thomas A. Alexander, 
Charles R. Chapman. 

1556. Elisha Johnson. 

1557. Henry K. Morgan, 
Charles Benton. 

1853. James Bolter, 
James M. B. McXary, 
Samuel H. White. 

H. T. Browneli. 

1559. George D. Jewctt, 
Julius Young. 

1560. Benjamin F. Ellis, 
George E. Hatch. 

iS6r. Daniel Goodwin. 
1S62. Charles J. Hoadly, 

Simon Towie, 

Julius Case. 
i?63. Newton Carter. 



1S63. 

iS6f). 
1S67. 

1869. 
1S71. 



1S72. 
i875. 

1S76. 
1S77. 
iSSo 

iSSi. 
1883. 
1 884. 

1S85. 
1S86. 
18S7. 
iSSS. 

IS90. 

I89I. 
1892. 

1893- 



Carlos C. Kimball, 
Sylvester G. Faniham, Jr, 
Joseph Hall. 
Leonard A. Dickinson, 
Francis W. Burr. 
Isaac B. Davis. 
J. Watson Beach, 
W'illiam L. Matson, 
Frank J. Kno.v. 
Charles E. Dustin. 
John C. Palmer, 
Lorenzo B. Goodman. 
George C. Jarvis. 
George W. Flubbard. 
John F. Tracy, 
Sidney B. Curtis. 
Charles T. Russ. 
L. W. Clarke. 
C. \^'. Strickland, 

E. S. Bartlett. 
H. H. Hollister. 
George Ellis. 

F. S. CrossfieUl. 
E. 'M. Bunco, 
John D. Tucker. 
William H. Dodd, 
John M. Taylor. 
Charles C. Beach. 
T. Belknap Beach. 
James J. Goodwin. 



Present Oficers of tlie Parish. 

Rev. Li.ntai.l W. Saltonstall, Rector. 
Rev. James P. Faucon, Assistant Minister. 
George Ellis, Senior Warden. 
John C. Tracy, Junior Warden. 

EuwiN S. Baktlett, 

SiLiNEv B. Curtis, 

Herbert H. Hollistek, 

W'm. L. M.atso.n, 

Wm. H. Dodu, 

T. Belknap Beach, ^ Vestrymen. 

John r.>. Tcckek, 

Chart.es C. Beach, 

GlrL'ON W. Rl'ssell, 

George Beach, 

Ja.mes J. GooinviN, 



■ ■■I I ./I, 



732 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



Herbcrt H. HoLMsiKR, CUrh 
SlD.sEV B. CuRTia, Treasurer. 
T, Bklknat Bea> !I, 
John D. Tuckf.r, 



Xud iters. 

George Em.is, ) n , * > i^- r- i ■ 

jA.Ntfs Boi,ti:r, ) 

.Substitute J)£le'i^^ates. 



John R. Tracy, 

John M. Tavi.ok, 

H. F. V.'ii.i.iAM^, Orga?ust. 

Geokgk R. Kellev, Sexton 



4S5 
1,907 



931 

16 

44 

44 

306 

I 

2 



Sl'ATISl'/CS OF THE J'ARJSJI FOR iSgs- 

Families, 

Whole number of individuals, 
Baptisms — Infants, 
Adults, 
Confirmed, 

Communicants registered, 
^larriages, 
Burials, 
Sunday-school Teachers and Officers, 

" Scholars, . 
Studying for the ilinistry. 
Churches or Chapels in the Parish, 

Incuine and Contributions. 
For Parochial Support. 

Income from Property, .... 

Income from ordinary sources (pew rents and 

ofterings), ..... 

For Parochial Work. 
Communion Alms,- ..... 
Other contributions for charitable work within 

the Parish, ..... 777-oS 

Contributions for Sunday-schools, . . 379-45 

Contributions for Missions in the Parish, . 91S.23 

Contributions for other Church work within the 

Parish, ...... 616.59 S2,9<j5.I3 

For Diocesan Work. 
Convention Fund. . 
Mission Work, 
Education, 
Charities and other work. . 

For Domes'''-: Church Work. 
Missions, 
Other work within tiiis Church, 



82,345.00 
5,537.33 $3,232.33 

212.83 



J7-50 
467.30 
183. II 

394.25 $1,052.66 



1,410.91 
745.02 $2,r£5-93 



.<:•!'■ '.M- 



-y. \i\k- 



M I ' < I, 



, 1 .■,;■:■:■( 



ADDENDA. 733 



For h'oreign Missions, 
J-'or Other Charities, 

Total within the Parish, 
Total without the ra.n>h, 

TOTAI , 





130 


94 
13 


^ 


'1. 137 


46 
66 


$ 


imS.i 


12 



Draper Memorial T^ahUt. 

A hcindsome memorial tablet to the memory of the Mioses 
Draper, v.-ho conducted tlie famous Draper Seminary for Young 
Ladies on Trumbull street for about thirty years, was unveiled in 
Christ Church on the morning of Xovembcr first. Appropriate 
services were held. 

The service was that appointed for All Saints' Day. The 
morning prayer \vas said by the Rev. J. P. Faucon, assistant 
minister of the parish, and the Rev. Francis Goodwin ; the Holy 
Communion was celebrated by the Rev. Dr. Samuel Hart of 
Trinity College, the Rev. Dr. George H. Clark, formerly rector 
of Christ Church, reading the Gospel. After the Gospel Dr. 
Hart made an address, first reading the following letter from 
Bishop Williams to Mrs. Gurdon "W. Russell : — 

MiDDLETuw.v, October 31, 1S95. 
My Deak Mks. Rtssell : — 

I very greatly regret my inability to be present with you to-morrow 
at the memorial ser'.'ice in Christ Church. My memories of the Draper 
family in Greenfield and of the school in Hartford go back more than 
si.Kty years. When I came to Hartford in 1833 I found the school in full 
success, and doing an admirable work, such work as it continued to do 
as long as its founders lived. It occupied a prominent position among 
the girls' schools of the period, a position which I think it never lost. 

I ri-'joice to know that a memorial to the Misses Draper is to be placed 
in Christ Church, where they so long worshiped, as members of a parish 
in whose welfare they always took a deep and generous interest. 

I am, very truly yours, 

J. WILLIAMS. 

The Memorial Tablet. 

The tablet is placed on the south wall of Christ Church, 
between the two center windows. It is of brass and is mounted 
on an Alp green mar'ole slab. The tablet was made by the Gor- 
ham Manufacturing Companj' and cost about $400. Other e:c- 
penses brought the total to nearly S500. The fund was contri- 
buted by about 100 pupils and former teachers of the school. 



734 CHRIST ciii-Rcii, iJAK'noia). 

The tablet bears the following- inscriplion. 

To the Glory of God 

Aiul in Grateful Memory of four sisters, EUy.ii Cliarlotte Julia 

and Catherine Draper, 

This metnorial was here placed on 

All Saints Day, 1S95. 

by some \vho had been their pupils, 

1S31-1563. 

"They that be wise shall shine as the brii,ditnes3 of the firmament. 



Letter from Rev. ^Tr. Finch. \ 

St. Jami:s' Rectoky, 

,, * „. , Grkenkield, Mass., Xov. S. 1895. ■ 

Dk. Gurdon ^^ . RussKLL— ; 

Dear Sir: As illustrative of the fact that Christ Church, Hartford, '• 

Conn., was, at one "time in its histor}-, a missionary center to a large ;. 

outlymg region, the following notes are furnished from the records of 
St. James' Church, Greenfield, Mass.: ; 

" On the sa-ie day (Sept. 24, 1812), previous to the above mentioned ! 

agreement " (agreement signed by those interested in forming an Epis- 
copal parish), "the Rev. Philander Chase, Rector of Christ Church, in ' 
Hartford. Connecticut." who had encouraged the people to take this • 
step, "performed divine service and delivered a lecture at the Congre- ; 
gational meeting-house in this town, and the holy ordinance of Baptism ; 
was administered to twelve persons. i 
"On the evening of the 25th of September service was performed \ 
and a lecture delivered by Rev. Mr. Chase, at the house of John E. 
Hall. From this time until the November following we assembled reg- 1 
ularly ever>- Sunday at our respective houses and performed Divine ■ 
Service and read sermons." ; 
Mr. Thos. Chapman and :^Irs. Elizabeth Hall, having been ap- \ 
pointed by the parish to solicit funds for the erection of a church build- ; 
ing, the rector, wardens, and vestrymen of Christ Church, Hartford, ' 
gave them a letter bearing date March 17, 1S13, commending their cause 
to the clergy and laity of New York city. This letter is signed as fol- 
lows : 

PHiL.\NDF.k Chase. Rector. 

John Mokga.v, 1 ,,, , ■ 

Michael Olcott, * 

James Ward, ^ 

Charles Sigotrney, \ : 

Wm. H. Imlay, ) I 

Eliaki.m Hitchcock, f { 

Sa.muel Tudor. Jr., '; Vestry. \ 

Thomas Glover. I ; 

Jere.my Hoadley, \ 

Cyi-rian Nichols. / 

RoswELL Bartholo.mew, ' 



ADDKNDA. 735 

This letter was endorsed March 24, 1S13, b\- John Henry Hobart, 
A.=;si>trint Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, New York. Six 
hntKhed dollars were raised as the result of the trip to New York. 

'•On Sunday, May 9, 1S13, Mr. Chase performed Divine Service at 
the Church room and administered the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's 
Supper. 

•' In the afternoon Di\-iue Service was performed at Mr. C. Mnnn's 
Hall, on account of the number of people beinv;- so j^reat that they 
could not all be accommodated in the room at Mr. Hall's. The ordi- 
nance of Baptism was adm.inistered to six persons. 

" On Monday the loth day of May, A.l). 1S13, between the hours of 
9 and 10 o'clock, a. m., the Corner Stone of St. James' Church was laid 
in the northwest corner of the foundation for the Church by the Rev* 
Philander Chase. Rector of Christ Church, Hartford." (The service for 
this occa^f'Ui, arTaiig-ed by Mr. Chase, is entered in full in the records.) 

^Ir. Chase preached the sermon at tlie Consecration of the Cliurch, 
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1314." 

•Trulv Yours, P. VOORHEES FINCH. 



The illustrations for this volume were obtained from photo- 
graphs and oil paintings, sometimes after much diinculty and 
research. That of Rev. }*Ir. Wainv.-right is from a painting 
owned by his son, the late Y\'m. A.M. Wainwright, M.D. Tliat 
of Rev. Dr. Wheaton is from a painting owned by the late 
Samuel TuJor, v/hicn is now in the library of Trinity College. 
Those of Rev. Mr. Burgess and Rev. Mr. Chramcey are from 
paintings in the art gallery of the Watkinson Library by the 
elder Flagg. That of Dr. Smith v.-as found in the interior of 
New York, much impaired, but v.-as skillfully restored. Photo- 
graphs of all these were taken by the Stuarts of this city, and 
rendered into autotypes by Eierstadt of Nev,- York. 



ERRATA. 

Page 236, i5ta line from top, for 1S59, read 1S57. 

" 450, 504, 7, S, Ellin and Kiaston, " Ellin and Kit son. 

" 452-53. for William H. Miller, " William M. 

" 465 for A-ugus/z/j H. " AuguslaYi. 

" 476 for Mar}- [enneite " ')s\^rs J<:t.innetU. 

" 496 for Wra. //. " Wm. W. 

" 519 for George H. " George E. 

" 521 for Mar\- K/eth " Keith. 

" 522 for Mary Butler " Lucy Butler. 






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t'.- .] 



■136 



A Jillt!i9b(\' G?(5, v.-ho liasl knit together thine' I 

\y elect in one communion and fellowship, in t. 

the mystical body of thy vSon Christ our Lord ; ', 

Grant us cn"''^cc so to follow thy blessed Saints in \ 

all virtuot:s and godly living, that we may cunie i 

to those unspeakable joys, which thou hast pre- •; 

pared for those who unfcignedly love thee ; | 

through Jesus Christ our Lord. Aincn. ', 



m 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



Academy, Plai'tt'ord, incoi'pnrai'jd, . 
Address o.t consecration of Church, 1829, 

congratulatory to P)ishop Browuell, 
Alms Kasin presented, 

Ch.est presented, 
Apothecaries, early, in Hartford, 
Auditor, appointment of. 

Baptisms, in Hartford, 

by Rev. Roger Viets. . 
" Abraham Jarvis, 

fror: iSoi, 

register of, to be kept, 
Bell, in Hartford, 

for Church. 

subscription for, 

repair of, 

ringing of, 

purchase of chimes, 
BeFjevolent Society, Ladies, . 
Bishop, Abraham Jarvis, deatli o(. 

T. C. BroA-neli, e'Jciction of, 
" " address to. 

" " resolutions on death of, 

George Bttrgess. 

Philander Ch.ase, 
Bishop's Fund, subscription for. 
increase of, . 

salary, payment of, 

chair presented. 
Burials, in Hartford, . 

register of, to be kept, 

by Rev. Roger Viets, . 

from 1S12, 

Centennial, semi-, con^mittec on, 

celebration of. . 

thanks for sermon, etc.. 
Chancel, carpet and dccoratii'ns pre-enced, 

window, 

alteration of. 



Page. 
69 

-11 
2S3 

437 
37 

40<j 

41 

5M 

521 

531 

206 

62 

'05, 319 

1^4. 41'-' 

414, 417 

334, 430 

414 

323 

65 

69 

2S3 

417 
420 

3S3 
207 

243. 303 
234 
322 
4t 
206 
516 
6S9 

4:5 
49S 
456 

330 

300 

450. 504 



'(■::: 



738 



CHRIST CITURCJT, HARTFORD. 



Cha-j-iel, erection of, considered, 

use of, granted to Germans, . 
" " St. John's parish 

week-day services in, . 
Chimes, purchase of, considered, 
Choir, addition to, . 

resignation of, . 

action regarding, 

attendance at v/eek-day services, 

male authorized, 

old, discontinued, 

vested, authorized. 
Chorister, compensation of, . 
Choir stalls, .... 
Church, building of, I -?6, 

description of, . 

comer stone laid, iScS, 

cost of, 1S30, 

subscription for, 

consecration of, . . 13, 55, 75, 169, 

new, subject considered, 

old, sale of, . 

heating, .... 

hghting, 

repairs and alterations, 206, 295, 302, 31?, 326 



com.pletion of, considered, 

builder, gift to, . 

weddings in. Wardens consent necessary, 

keys, where to be kept, 

adjoining owner granted privileges, . 

indebtedness considered, 172, 235, 313, 351 



204. 



106 

261, 207, 

. 270, 

64. 

71. 256, 

3-9. 356. 

431 

304 



fund, trustees incorjwrated, 

scrip, 

sittings in, altered, 

" lease and sale of, 

" assignment of, . 271,300,311 

" free at evening service, 
of England, members of, 
at East Windsor, 
at Greenfield, Mass., . 
in Huntington, . 
in Simsbury, 
missionaries, 
services first in Hartford, 

" omitted during RevoUuion, 
literature, sale of. 



353. 383. 
430, 432, 

loi, 302, 

71, 256, 

174. 364: 

, 326, 3SS 



Page. 
306, 427 

397 
346 

430 

414 

375 

376 

379. 3S2 

397 

464 

465 

466 

5^39 

471 

52 

56 

75 

loS 

159, 160 

276, 277 

270, 316 

271. 2S2 
2og, 355 
257, 370 

353, 3S9, 
460, 461 

■ 313. 315 

76 

305 

2S4 

465 

354. 3S5, 
. 434, 436 

59 
, 310, 401 
, 3S2, 3S3 
, 369. 427 
, 400, 413 
460 
!. 44 
250 
734 
iSi 



."4 

45 

:o4 



IXDKX Ol' SUIUDCTS. 



739 



Cily reservoir, action regarding, .... 263 

mission, collection for, 
Clergy, in charge dnring vacancy, .... 376 

compcn.'^ation to, 

vote of thanks to, 

connected with parish, list of, 
Clerks, jjarish, li.sc of, 
Collections, amount of, 
College, Wa:ihington, . 

commencement er^erciscs in ('h.urch 
Commuriion service, piuchasc of, etc.. 
Constitution, diocesan, adopted, 

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 

Ladies Benevolenr Society, 
Contributions, method of increase considered 
Convention, diocesan, delegates to, . 

" held in Christ Church, 

Court Ilon.sc property, purch.ase and sale of, 0:5, 295, 296, 297, 303, 305-6 



r 


aire 


, 266 


319 




3^0 


. 433. 


470 




378 


. 443. 


471 




527 




529 




5S 


• 72, 


203 


, 311. 


3S2 


• 230, 


352 




233 




25S 




324 




3BS 




57 




527 



L)eaf and iJunib, aciion regarding 
Deaths, register of, to be kept, 
Desk, subscription for trimming. 

East Windsor, services at, 
Endowment Fund, 
Episcopalians in Hartford, 1774, 
Errata, .... 
Expenses, adjustment of income, 
not to exceed income, . 



220 
206 

167 

250 
5S 
44 
735 
327 
430 



Fence, action concerning, 

Finances. See Funds, Indebtedness, etc. 

Font, ..... 

Funds, report on, . 

Fund, Adams, .... 

Thomasin A. Beresford, 

Brownell Memorial, 

Burhans Scholarship, . 

Peter S. Chauncey, 

Episcopal Church. 

Flower, .... 

L. B. Goodman, 

Mary Goodwin, 

Hartford Hospital. 

Frances Heywood, 

Mary Jeannette Keney, 

Walter Keney, . 

Mary S. Merrill. 



264, 370, 376. 



37S, 3?4- 



309 



141 



. 322, 


475 


. Si, 


14S 


. 126. 


14S 




130 


. 131. 


130 




145 


, 14S, 


476 


. Si, 


14S 


. 123, 


14? 




1 5 'J 


. 136. 


14"! 




145 




150 


, 140, 


476 




I5t 




140 



740 



CHRIST CHUV^CH, HARTFORn. 



Fund, Chrirlf? H. Xorthaiu, . 
Susan R. Xniibam, 
Open Heartli. .... 
Roger.s scholarship. . . ' . 

Grace Tuttle, .... 
Bishop's, subscfiptioii for, 

increase of, . 
Churcli, trustee? incorporated, 
for endo".-ineiit. 

Greenfield, Mass., Church at, 

Plartford, Academy incorporated, 

Library Company. Rector made menibfr. 
History of Parish, completion of, 
Huntins^ton, aid to Church in. 



Indebtedness, action regarding, 2S5, 313, 327, 351, 352, 



subscription for, 
Church scrip, 
Institution of Ministers, service for, 



140 



Land, purchase of, 

sale of, . 

in north part of city, presented, 

action regarding gangway, 

boundary lines, 

statement of title. 
Lay Reader, 
Letter to Rev. Roger Viels, . 

from Bishop Seabury, . 

from Rev. Samuel Peters, 
Library Company, Hartford, Rector made 

Parish, . 

Sunday-school, . 
Liturgy of Church, proposed alterations. 

Marriages in Hartford, 

by Rev. Abraham Jarvis, 

by Rev. Ambrose Todd, 

by Rev. Roger Viets, . 

from iSoi, 

register of, to be kept, . 
Meeting, annual, time of, . . 
Memorial tablets, 

wiiidou's, action concerning, 

decorations, insurance of, 

tablets, windows, etc., described. 



76, 16-- 



44 N 449 



13=1 143 
136, \.y, 

1-19. 473 

143 

I 10. 149 

207 

245. .-03 

59 

5S 

734 

69 

60 

462, 477 

i3i 



353. 3^3. 3'=4. ??5- 

402, 430, 431. 436 

172, 41S, 426, 434 

roi, 302, 310, 491 

;6 



• 35. 4 


2, 46, 400 


. 163, 174 


iSl, 232. 426 




425 






354 






351 






41 5 






53. 163 






517 






513 






519 


5cr, 




60 


63. 204. 


252 


253. 254 
377 
271 

41 

521 
fi6 
516 

6f3 
206 


5S, 


'73 


174, 202 




470, 476, 733 


.455. 460, 


462. 464. 474 




467 






509. 733 



IXUKX or SCiiJEC'lS. 



Ministers, service for institution of, 

assistant, election ot, . 70, 250, 3u, 419. 425, 4 
resignation of, 
list of, 
salary of, 
connected with Chri.?t Churcli 
Missions, collections for. 
Music, aciion regavdin 



741 



Pag. 



list of 

251,2 
(See also Cboir, Chorister, Organ, Or 

Ordinations in Christ Church, 
Organ, first one in Hartford, 

purchase of, 

repair of and alterations, 
Organist, election of, . 

resignation of, . 

salary of, 

Parish, condition of, in 1762, . 
organization of, 
members' certificales, . 

list of, 
meetings, how warned, 

annual, when held, 
treasurer to report to., 
treasurer elected to fill vacancy, 
officers, election of, 1795, 
1709, . 
1S95, . 
clerks, . . . ■ , 

treasurers, 
vestrymen, 
wardens, 
statistics, 
new, considered, 

members of, obligations to Chr 
St. John's, sketch of, . 

granted use of chapel, 
invitation from, 
St. Paul's, indebtedness, 
consolidation, 
St. Thomas, organi-iation, 
Trinity, organization, . 
consolidation, action regarding, 
History, completion, 
records, early. . 
bou^e, action regarding, 
fund presented, 
Phcenix P.ank, action regarding. 



anist.) 



ist Chu 



63. 1 



rch, 



30^. 



2-:, 


.\(,3, 471. 4 -C- 




. -I37..476 




527 




• 473. 475 




?27 




. 309. 3^" 


34. 


443, 456, 472 




524 




57 


o'j. 


i36, 210, 471 




339 




235, 2?6, 4-13 




• 437. 447 




171, 313, 446 




33 




46, 54, 157 




176 




• 269, 4g5 




. i6x, 16& 


5S 


173, 174, 202 




205 




3S4 




162 




164 




731 




529 




529 




730 




52S 




6r. 72S, 732 




331 




344 




347 




346 




455 


5V') 


401, 402, 405 




• 447. 443 




429 




415 




431 




• 462, 477 




53 




4ri. 453. 503 




460 




311 



r.r .] .:: 



/4^ 



CKRfSr CIlLmCM, IIAKTFOJU). 



Prayer-Book, Revised, copy prepcniccl, 

Society, 
i'ulpit, subscription for triniminfj, 

Records, parish, eariy, 

of baptisms, marriages, and burials, to be kept, 
Rector, Rev. Menzies Rayner, fiection oi, . 

resignation of. 
Philander Chase, election of, . 

resignation of, 
J. M. Wainwright, election of, 
resigTiation of, 
R-t. Rev. T. C. Brownell, election of, 

resignation of, 
Rev. X. S. Wheaton, election of, . 
resignation of, 
" Ashbel Ealiiwiu, election of, . 
Ammi Rogers, election of, 
Plugh Smith, election of, 

" " resignation of, 

Henry \V. Duoachet, election of, 
George Burgess, election of, . 

" resignation of, 
Peter S. Chauucey, election of, 

" resignation of, • 
Thomas M. Clark, election of, . 
" resignation of, 
Francis L. Hau-ks, election of, 
George Leeds, election of, 
R. M. Abercrombie, election of, 
resignation of, 
" Clement M. Butler, election of, 
" George H. Clark, election of, . 
resignation of, 
Robert ^feech, election of, 

resignation of, 
\Vm. F. Nichols, election of, . 

" " resignation of, 

John S. Lindsay, election of, 
Floyd W. Tomkins, Jr., election of 

resignation of, 
Lindall W. Saltoiiscall, election of, 
committee to recommend names, 
granted leave of a'osence. . . . 261, 

salary of, . . . . .210, 

res.Jutions on death of vrife, .... 
appointed professor in Berkeley Divinity School. . 
Rectors, list of, ". 



356 



Page. 
477 
23: 
167 

53 

20C 

55. 166 

iSG, 202 

62, 196 

Cs, 212 



00, 221 

69, 246 

70, 249 
7i, -52 

71, 255 

2C6 

164 

165 

290 

=93 
504 

505 

357 
36- 

371 
3S1 
391 
394 
394 
393 
402 
410 
412 
422 
423 
431 
437 
467 
470 
471 
475 
475 
36, 470 

99. 405 
17. 412 

400 

466 

527 



;..-y.y- 



INDEX Ol'- SUPIIXJS. 



743 



Rectory, .... 

Reredos, in Church, erection authorized. 

in Chapel, eroctiuu authori>:ed, 
Reservoir, city. 

School, singing authi.'rii:od, . 

Sunday, established, . 

action cor.cernincj. 
library, 
Scrip, Church. .... 
Service, for instituiioii of niinisters. 
Services, time of holding. 
Sexton, duties and salary, 
Slmsbury. Church in. 
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 

Ladies' Benevolent, 
Soldiers' Aid Association, 
St. Joh.n's Parisii, 
St. Paul's Parish, . . . 39S, 399- 4oi. 

St. Thomas' Parish, . . . - • 



Tablets, memorial authorized, 

description of, . 

Tax 5S 

Tithing-men, election of, 
Transparency presented. 

removed, . . . 

Treasurer to make annual report, 

authorized to borrow money, 

eli'cted to fi'l vacan-^v, 

vote of thanks to, 
Treasurers, list of. 
Trinity parish, organization, . 

VestrNTnen, list of. . 

Warden, junior, resolutions on death of, 
senior, vote of thanks to. 

Wardens, list of, ... ■ 

Washington College chartered. 

Weddings in Church, wardens consent necessary, 

Wei!, city, . . ■ • • 

Windows, repairs and in;provement, 

memorials authorized. . 273,443,44 

description of, . . • • 



, 177- 



Paije. 

3')7. A^H 

454 

471 

263, 266, 319 

171 

67 
271, 2?5 



310, 491 

56 

203,356 

285. 309 

35 

25? 

323 

417 
347. 455 
447. 44S 

429 



256, 



346, 

2. 405. 



470. 

509. 
9, iSo, 194, 

33. 
76, 



476 
733 
345 
309 
273 
390 
205 
413 
3S4 
397 
529 
415 

730 

471 
471 

523 



263, 266 

315, 326, 329. 3:6, 390 

455, 460, 462, 464,474 

509 



NDEX OF NAMES. 



TIk" Records of IJapt/stns, McwrAfj^'-cS, and Ihcrials 


:omt;iencing on 


page 53 1 arc r.ot indexed. 


Abbott, John C, ....... 49-^ 


Abell, S."P 


497 


Abercrombie, ....... 


255 


R. M., . . -4. i?2, 395, SQ^, 400, 402, 4'-'3. 416 


500, 527 


R. M., M:>. 


399. 400 


Adams, Abi^^ail, ...... 


47 


Byron, ....... 


337 


B.'& C, . . . . . . io3, 300 


Chester, 124. 126, 127, 130, 148,350, 354, 377, 37'). 336. 3S7, 333, 397, 


yn-. 4'-'0, 4^3. 4^v. 424. 42O, 427. 429. 477. 495. 523, 731 


Chester, ^[r3., ....... 259. 465 


Electa (Roberts), .... 




126 


Freelove (Arnold), .... 




47 


Mary, ...... 




522 


Sally 




63 


Sarah, ...... 




47 


Watson, ..... 




296, 300 


"William, . . 36, 46, 47, 126, 157, 15S, 4 


S6, 516 


522, 529 


William. Mrs 




522 


^•^-'tna Insurance Company, .... 




296 


Affleck, George, . . " . 




415 


Ahem, James, ..... 




50S 


Alden, Horatio, . 




296, 446 


Alderman, Reuben, ..... 




516 


Timothy, . / . . . 




516 


Alexander, Samuel. ..... 




415 


Thomas A., ..... 




49^J. 731 


Alison, ....... 




254 


Allen, Ephraim. ..... 




496 


WilHam E., . 




497 


Ally n. Timothy M., ..... 


206 


:!>'^^), 7ju 


Alsop, Richard. ..... 




221 


Althouse, ...... 




J" / ~ 


Andrews, ...... 




519, 521 


Andross, Augustus, ..... 




209 


Andruss, Augustus. ..... 




210 


Andrus, Chester, ..... 




209, 210 


Mary. ...... 




5'5 



IN'DKX OF NAMES. 



7-15 











Pu^-e. 


AnLhon, ........ 300, 301 


Aiiidid, Benc'iict. 








• 47. 517 


Dau H.. 








257 


Freolove. 








47 


Henn-, 






1S4 


, 1S6, 194, 208, 209, 210 


Asbiiry, 








. 60, 167 


Austin, 








318 


Elisha. 








igt 


Averill. Eliphaiet, 








1S5 


M'jraee, 








3 '9. 495 


Aveiy, j^'hu. . 








47. 31. ^57. i'''0 


Babcock, 








369 


S., . . 








172 


William. 








2S6 


^v. J 








313. 33LI 


Backu.=;, Jason, 








496 


Bacon, . . ■ 








63,309.315 


Leor.ard, 








74. 263, 296, 351, 493 


Leor.ard, Estate. 








354 


W., 








• 76, 273 


Baeder, WiUiar.i A., . 








497 


Baldwin, 








56 


Ashbel, . 








55. 56, 164 


Eugenia]., 








440 


Hallou, Ho<ea, 








61 


Bancroft, Samuel H., 








493 


Barber, Horace, 








250 


JohnW., 








45 


Bario\.-, V/iHicHi, Mr.s.. 








260 


Barnes, George B., 








4i6 


Bamett, James S., 








429, 496 


Barry, 








244 


'cbar4es\V., 








497 


E. D., . 








S5 


James W.. 








244 


William J., 








269 


Bartholomew, . 








251 


Andrew, 








229 


George Yl., 








49. 343. 349, 350, 495 


Roswell. 69. 75, So, 107, H2, 1.S2, 1S4. 1S6, 


194. 197, 200, 206, 2o3, 


209, 210, 214, 22S, 229, 233, 245 


267, 270, 272, 275, 494, 




52S, 730, 734 


Roswell, Mrs., .... 


259 


Saliy I., . 








34^ 350 


Sally J... 








30S 


Bartlett. Edwin S., 








4'J5. 4':)7. 731 


Edwin S., Mrs., 








465 



■46 



CiiklS'J' CJIURCII, JLVUTl-ORD. 



Barton, Georije, 






Pasfe. 


Basse tt, 
r 






206 
221 


J • • 

Baxter, S:irab, 






257 


Bayard , Lewis P. . 






259 


Bayley, James R., 






243 


Beach, 






• 24. 525 


Abraham, 




226, 31] 


> 343- 355. 4JI, 414. 41S 


Alfred B. , 






45- 4^. 33 


Amos B. , 






525 


Charles C. 






525 


George, 5?, S^, 9), 


loS, Hi 


'. 7.82, 194, 20^, 


• 493, 731 
209, 210, 221, 245, jG:, 


264. 267, 26- , 270, 273, 204, 295, 


29^3, 295, 304. 305, 306. 


307. 312, 313, 319, 350, 353, 355. 


4oi,42G, 431,433, 434, 


44S, 452, 465, 470, 4'J3. 495. 499. 


5'>J, 503, 509, 52S, 529, 


George, Mrs., 


730, 731 


George, Junior,: 




260 
. 30S. 419. 495 


IT. B., . 






Harriet Bradlev, 


- 




3.14. 356 


J. w.. 


3S: 




509 


Maria Nichols, 


. 4CI, 414. 413, 


419- 426, 4yG, 530, 731 


Miles, . 






509 


Sarah B., 






226, 266 


T. B., . 






259 


and Ward, 






49S, 731. 732 


Beardi^ley. Ebon Edwards. 




50, 61, 


229. 233 


Beauchamp, Joh;], 




iSS, 190, 204. 5-jo, ;2^ 


Susanna, 






• 34- 36 


Beckwith, A. S., . ' 






34 


Clara Maria. 






257 


Henry C, 




233 


Beenian, Allen E., . 






233, 465 


Belcher, Elijah D., . 






470,471, 527 


Belden, Elizabeth, 






196 


Thomas, 






330 


Belknap, 






330 


Henry W. , 






3" 


^ Thomas, 107, 273. 296, 30J, 305, juG, 307," 5. 


497 
^9. 317. 319. 331. 345'- 


Thomas, Mrs., 


349- 350, 529, 730 


Benjamin, 


260 


Bennett, John, 


260 


ncnton. 


1S5 


Asa, . . 


411 


Charles, .57. 3f i. 37S, 337, 402. 412. ^m. 4r.; 431. 434. .,.'. .23. -u 


iTeorge. . 


- - . 


Ruth, ..."'■ 


525 


Samuel, . 


223 








107 



IXDKX OK NAMKS. 



747 



Beiesford, 

France^ Ann, 

James, . 

John. 

J. c^-S. B.. 

Mary 1., 

^^aI^r Stuan, 

Samuel B., 

Thomasin A., 
Berkeley, Georj.;;e, 
Berry, Joshua D.. 
Bickerstafie, George. 
Bid well. Salmon, 

Sarah. . 
Bierstadt, 
Birden, J. S.. . 
Bissell. Titv.s L.. 

Tudor i5: Compa 
Blackwood, Albrait, 

Charlotte, 

Rhoda, . 
Blair, . 

Blake, Nathaniel. 
Bleeker, A. L.. 
Blinn, Mary- Hiirlburt 
Bliss, . 

Alfred, . 

Anna, 

Judah, . 
Boardman, Th'<n:as D 
Bodge, George, 

George R., 
Boggs, Robert, 
Bolles, . 

Benjamin, 

Benjamin, Jr. 

Henry, Mrs., 

James A.. 
Bolter, James, 

Bond, G surge M.. 
Bonfes, J., 
Bontecou, 
Booker, Alexander. 
Booth, Charles, 
Bostwick, Williara L.. 
Boughton, S. G.. 
Bowden, 

James J.. 



"•■v, 



119, 



3^4 



54- 



3S6, 3S7, 3';^: 



3S5, 4 



19. 476 



Page. 

356, 3SS, 400, 410 
150 
3ofj, 30S 
150 
3ig 

476, 512 

495- 512 

150 

525 
66 
521 
51 
735 
128 
185 
405 
532 



. 730 

85 

515 

, 246 
1S5 
405 

. 730 
1S5 
141 

497 
243 
376 
185 
257 
500 

. 524 
41O, 

497 

. 195 

1S9 

515 

5" 

5-6 

354 
56 

525 



400. 413. 414, 
4*51. 495 



245 



500 
415. 
731 
4t:>5 
1S6 



506. 



l-ir :i 



/4S 



CHRIST CHURCH, H AKTiYjRD. 



Bo we a, 

Bowles. Samuel, 
Brabazou, Andrew, 
Brace, Albert, . 
Bracliey, 

Aaron, . 

Sz Hubbard, 

Joseph, . 

Sarah, 
Bragaw, Isaac A , 
Braham, 
Braithwaite, Betsey, 

Robert, . 
Brainard, Charles, 6 

Charles, Mrs., 
Charles H., . 
H., 

H. & Co., 
Hancah, 
Hezekiah, 
John, 
R., Mrs., 
Ursula, . 
Brewster. Anson, 
Lydia, . 
Prince, . 
Brinley, 

Edward H., 
Ellen, . 
George , 
George, Jr., 
Brittou, Henry, 
Broadhead, Edward H 
Brocklesby, John. 

John, Jr., 
Brown, 

Charles P.. 
Flavius A., 
Fia\-iu5 A,, Mrs 
F. W., . 
"^ Franci.-, . 
J. B.. . 
Jeremiah, 
Mary, . 
Brownell, Francis E.. 
H. Tudor, 
Sarah Morgan iG 



107, 



4. 3^^f 



00a win), 



55. 157 



159, i 



t 

301 

1S5 
4?9 

496 

iC) 

61, 162, 164, 730 

50S 

194 
I So 
490 
346 
522 
522 

2o3, 209, 22S, 230, 30S, 319, 34S, 
550, 494, 495, 730 



419. 4 



90. 31 



32, iS 



'. 433 



297 


. 34S 


350, 529 




3o3 


p/S, 379 

3S6, 422 

3S7 


319. 3:o 


354 


495. 730 




496 


500, 526 
259 
310 


iSO, 1 94 


2on, 


20S, 209 

310 

53i 55 




451. 


504. 50S 

496 
465 


222, 223, 


2S0, 


419. 497 
354 

373, 337 
37S 


337- 391. 


392, 


495. 731 




343, 


349. 350 
445 

3S7 


436, 496, 


511. 


529. 73'-' 
465 
434 
55 
496 
1S5 
16S 
49S 



350, 3S6. 400. 413, 419, 456, 731 
512 



;i:.^;vl 



INDKX OF NAMES. 



749 











Patce. 


P-rowncll, Thouias Chunb, 13, nj, 21 


. f'9. 7'-^' 73. 75, 90, 131, 150, 191, 24.7, 


245, 219, 250, 251, 


252. 253, 275, 276. 2S3, 2S4, 290. 292. 




304, 33S, 416, 417, 41S, 419. 424. 527 


Thomas Chi'.rcb, Mrs., 


260 


William }<. 






496 


Ikuce, I'.aiwick, 






194 


Fp.nuj-, . . . . 






260 


Bryant, Timothy, 






. 194, 20S 


Buchanan, James, 






4?3 


Buck. . . . . . 






234. 235, 311, 331 


Daniel, . . . . 






1S5 


Daniel. Jr.. 






• • 354. 3'J4. 370 


Dudley, 107. 115, n6, 257, 273, 


285, 296, 307, 317, 319, 350, 35-J, 355, 


357, 300. 362, 365, 370, 


371, 37S, 379, 384. 3S6, 537, 397. 419, 




494, 495. 523, 53a, 730 


Ducile}-, Mrs., . 


259 


Geor;.:;e, 








387, 416, 496 


Buckluriil, Aaron, 








196 


Amos, 








196 


George, 








I9& 


Buckley, Stephen, Mrs., 








260 


Buell. 'Lydia, . 








360 


Robert, . 








. 297. 308 


Bulkley, Stephen, 








loS 


Bull, Amos, 








. i?o, 194 


Ann, 








168 


Caleb, . 








266 


■ Charles T,, 








. 34S, 350 


David, . 








• 514. 522 


Elizabeth, 








259 


E. M., . 








259 


Esther M., 








68 


Frederick, 








160 


George, . 








160, iSo, 194 


Hezekiah, 








172 


Isaac D., 








1S5 


James, 


. 54. 160, 161, 164, I 


66, i8u, 194, 730 


John \V., 257, 270, 296, 30-, 


319, 350, 354. 375. 3^' 


:6, 3S9, 391. 495. 
730. 73 r 


Jonathan, 




. 46, 47 


Katy, 








514 


Lavinia, 








522 


^ Martha, . 








i63 


Michael, 




i6c 


, 172, I 


So, 194, 52?, 730 


Saiiy. . 








514 


Sarah. , 








259 


Stella B., 








459 


Thomas, 








100, 161, 1S5 


William. 








160 



.l-:^'.^-i^ 



■■.rit'.\ 






/ 5^ 



CHRIS! CHURCH, HARTFOKD. 



Bur.ce. Diiriel, Jr., 
Edward M., 
Gideon, 
Hemau, 
Nathaniel, 
B;ird, James J., 
Burgess, George, 21, 



i.|i, 140, 473. 477, 497 



3?0. 340. 



1 14, 120, 305 

3-;i. 345. 34^. 



306, 
349^ 



307. 
350, 



Burhans, 

Daniel. . 
Burke &. Company, 
Burkett, 
Burnet, 
Burnham, Ashbel, Mrs 

George S. . 

Go-don W. , 

Joshua P., 
Burns. James F., 
Burr, ' . 

Alfred E., 

Eunice, 

Frank L.. 

F. AV., 

Francis W.. 

George, 

George S.. 

Han-v, 

Horace, 

James, 

Lydia, 

Moses, 

Sally, 

Samuel, 

Sarah, 

Thomas, 

Tim.othy, 

"WiiUam, 

" estate, 

William, Mrs.. 
Burton, . 

N.J.. . 

Richard, 

Robert H., 
Bushnell, Horace. 
Butler, . 

Albert L., 

Ann. 



172 

319. 
353- 
420 



194 

731 

516 

. iSo, 1Q4 

, iSo, i?(i, 194, 210 

. 471. 527 

333. 334. 337, 33*. 

356. 357. 359. 3^>. 



525. 526 



o, 54, I 



47. 50, 55, I 



160 



57. I'ii 



?. 43, 
161, I 



I So 



50, 4S5 
62, 164 



56, 144 

U5 

513 

62, 172 

255 

522 

336, 4q6 

424 

1S6, 194 
416 
427 

35 
522 

38 
429, 496 



429 
iSo 
1S5 
514 
522 
tS6 

s;i22 



52 



514. 


522 


161. 


267 


516. 


730 




194 




I So 




3S 


441. 


510 




43S 




497 




339 


56. 


196 




497 




!;22 



I y-Hi: 





INDEX or 


NAMES. 


7S1 


Pa'^jc. 


Butler, Charles ..0.269.521 


Clement M., 








. '110, 411 


Cornelia, 








521 


Daaid, . 








E. L., . 








3S7 


K. S., . 








419 


George Stephen. 








522 


James, . 








1S5, 10:;, 208 










Jeremiah, 








237 


John, 


10? , 1 


So, 194 


208, 2 


y-), 210, ?()C, 307, 341, 353. 730 


Jonathan, 








2l3 


J.V. B., 








334 


Lucy, 








522 


Mai-y, . 








522 


N., 








160 


Rebecca, 








259 


Richard, 








161, 52T, 522 


Ruth, . 








22S 


Ruth (Benton), . 








223 


Waller. . 








522 


Byington, Joel, 
Byles, . 








159 
520 


Cadman, R., 






498 


Cadwell, John, 










52 


Mary. • 










515 


. Rebecca, 










515 


Samuel F., 










435 


Caesar. Gusta\-as W., 










524 


Caldv.-eU, Cliarles. 










35. 4S5, 4S6 


James, . 










50 


Jennette, 
John, 










50 










. 160, 1S5 


Callender, W. H. D., 










3S6, 3?7. 401, 731 


Callow, Catharine. 










51 


Camp, Ichabod. 










521 


Robert J., 










49? 


Canfield, 










23S 


Abby, . 










. 342. 343 


Ann, 










446 


Betsey, . 










. 6S, 260 


James A., 










. 68. -57. 2€»9, 350, 495 


R. H., . 










496 


Timothy. 










iSo. 195, 2o3 


Carey. Arthur. 










300 


Elea.".er, . 










iSo, 195, 20s 


Carpenter. Samuel T., 








525 


Carr, George H., 










49S 






r/''A 



752 



CVIKIST CHURCH, HAinFORD. 



Carter, 



Elizabeth, 

fleniy, . 

JariL-, 

Newton. . 

Timothy Jarvis, 
Case, 

Julius, . 

Julius A., 

Seymour N., 

WilHani, 
Catlin (.V Bacoii, 

George, . 
Cavell, Walter J., 

Walter t", 
Chaffee, Hezekiah B.. 

H. B. & Co.. 

S. G., . 
Chamberlain, . 

James, . 

James, Mrs., 
Champion, Aristarchus, 
Chandler, 

T. B., . 
Chapin, Aaron, 

Aaron &: Son, 

Alonzo B., 

M. W., . 

William M., 
Chapman, Charles, 

Charles R., 

Jonathan, 

Robert M., 

Thomas, 

Selden, . 
Chase, Carlton, 

Philander, 





27. I2S 


. I2V. 353. 3?7 


. 4iy, 426, 434, 
• -HI. 
. 416, 

^•97. 3o3, 
76, 107, no, 


5, 






74. 

• 387. 

373. 3^7. 
. 3S6, 



209, 



413, 
413. 
4 '9. 



15, 16, 17 
209. 210, 



211, 
241. 



i3. 6: 
!i2, : 



Chateaubrian, . 
Chauncey, I'eier S. 

Chcnevard, John, 
Martha, . 

Cheney. George. 
Thomas P... 

Chittenden, Sarah, 



:"?, 120. 121, 122, 



, 64, 
13. ' 
243- 

14S, 
373' 



3^9. 



2S5, 
-^59, 

26S. 



237. 

410. 
452, 
391. 
49f'. 



54 



65, 1S7, 196, 197, 193, 109, 

M4, 215, 234, 237, 23S, 239, 

330, 3S3. 457. 459. 527, 734 

360, 362, 363, 364, 370, 371, 
374. 375. 376. 476. 477. 5^7 



4-^7 

260 

'57 
220 

731 
5^6 
427 
731 
49G 
496 
196 

20S 
49S 

526 
354 
541 
3:4 
302 
296 
260 
493 
^55 
520 
294 
185 
525 
461 

527 

395 
731 
1 60 

525 

734 

, i6[ 

50 
201, 
240, 

. 735 

254 
372. 

. 735 

, 160 

208 

19C 

416 

52 



INDKX OF NAMES. 



/ :>o 















Page. 


Church, Caleb, . • • • 




iSo, 185 


FraiilcH., 










525 


George, Jr., 










3S6 


Horace, . 










■54 


Jame.-, . 








72, 180, 182, 165, IQ5. 


209, 750 


James, Jr., 










257 


Joseph, . 

Joseph, "Mrs., 








47, io3, 257, 273, 


296, 73" 
260 


Alary (Xevins). . 










47 
52, 160 


Clark, Ebenezer, 










, Elizur B., 










257 


George H., 




1-*, 24 


, 124, 3 


78, 3?6, 412, 422. 423. 


456, 527 


George H., ^Ivs. 










4''o 


Joseph T., 








524 


Simon, . 








163, 4S6, 487 


Thomas M., 7, 8, 11, 12, iiS, 122. 3S1. 332. 3S9. 39i. 392, 593. 420, 


455, 499. 527 


William lic.vsy 52b 


Clarke, . 












465 


L. W., . 










4^5 , 497 


. 529. 731 


Nehemiah , 












£14 


Oliver Meiidey, 












514 


Sidney E., 












497 


Clarkson, David :M., 












S5 


M., 












65 


Thomas S., 












■55 

2 (jo 


Clerc, Eliza, 














Francis J., 












500 


Laurent, 












220 


Cloud, John \V., 












524 


Cogswell, Mason F.. 












229 


Coit, Gurdon S., 












524 


Thomas W., 








23 


, 37^'- 373, 3=2 


, 500. 527 


Cole, Jacob, 












522 

C22 


Jacob, Mrs., 














Jam.es, . 
Coley, Horace Spence 












522 
176 


Collier, . 












255 


Daniel, . 












. 37. 514 


Hezekiah, 












■ 514. 5""^ 


Katharine. 












514 


Margaret, 












514 


Martha. . 












514 


Susanna. 












37 


William, 












514 


Collins, Amos S., 












297 


Ebcnezer. 










267, 269, 730 


Ebcnezer, Mrs.. 








260 


48 















TS4 



CHRIST ClIURCir, IfAUTFORD. 



Collins, George C, 

Levi. 

Mary, . 
Colsoa, Rosweii, 
Colt, Christopher, 

Klisha, . 
Colton, . 

Aaron , . 

Aaron, 2d, 

Charles A. , 

N. H., . 
Colville, David, 

James, . 

Lncy, 

Rachel, . 

Ruth, . 

Susannah, 

Timothy, 
Cone, Russell, . 
Conklin^^, Benjamin, 
Conner, S. P., . 

William, 

WiUiam, Jr., 
Cook, James, . 

John, 

Otis, 
Cooke, O. Dudley, 

Oliver D.,' 
Cooley, A. G., . 

Horitce Spencer 

William, 
Coombes, 
Cooper, 

Copeland, M. B., 
Corey, William A., 
Corning, George, 

Henry, . 

Henry, Jr., 
Cornish, Joel, . 

Violet, . 

Virgil, . 
Corson, 

Levi H., 
Cossitt, Ambrose, 
Coutant, Louis P., 
Cowdery, L. L., 
Coxe, A. Cleveland, 
Crane, William A., 



130, iS 



296, 30S 
1^5, 206, 20S 



354i 3 



76, I 



105 
15. 319 



i. 379 



5. 265 



464 
416 



339. 351 



Page. 

319, 350 

209, 210 

260 

196 

166 

155, 2./j 
311 

294, 3.S0 

156, t95 
495. 730 

495 
515 
515 
515 
515 
515 
515 
515 
196 

185 
387 

336, 496 

354. 378 

55> ifii 

55 

-95 

497 

2S2, 4SS 

3S6, 496 
176 

177. 196 
519 
255 

509, 510 
429 
1S5 

465. 497 
377 
516 
51G 

34S. 350 
500 
524 

51S, 519 
208 
305 

500, 523 
497 



C f'l' .(■'mm"." 






INDEX OF NAMES. 



/ :>•) 



Cripp, . 
Crocker, FMwin, 

Freeman, 
Croe?, John, 

John, Jr., 
Crosby, E. H., 2<\, 
Crossfield, F. S.. 
Croswell, Harry, 
Curtis. F. & Co.. 

John, 

John Phillips, 

Jonathan S., 

Margaret, 

R. W., . 

Samuel, . 

Sidney B., 

William P., 
Cushman, 
Cutler, Samuel, 

Daggett. 
Dalcho, . 
Danforth, Edward, 

Samuel, . 
Darkin, Edward^J., 
Davenport, Benjamin 
Davies, Charles, 

Thomas, 
Davis, . 

Clinton B., 

G. Pierpoat, 

I. B., . 

Joseph, . 

Robert, . 

Thomas J., 
Day, Edward, . 

Thomas M., 
Deane. Barnabas, 

Lot, 
Delany, 
Deming, Maurice, 

William, 
Denniston, Wallace, 
Denslow, 

Desbrosses, James. 
Deveraux, Nicholas, 
Dewey, Daniel S., 
DeWitt, William. 

William B., 



472 



477- 49/ . 53'-' 



Pa«e. 
231 

33tj. .116 
166 
239 
243 
497 

407. 731 

69 

3S7 

1S2, jS.j 

514 

^qS 

514 
49.8 
1S3 
73I' 732 
524 



47. 49. 50, ?,2, 15:, IS^'. 159. 73'^ 

43 

36 

i35 

'209 

525 

160 



19- 3-v^^ 
426 

497 



34, 436 



349. 35U 
34 

43^J. 451 
497 
416 



195 
524 
269 
3 36 
160 
308 
255 
195 
497 
5o5 

99 

85 
2C;2 

4'>5 

94 

209 



4r.: 



■30 



CHRIST CIILJRCII, HERTFORD. 



Dibblce, Eber.cztr, 
Dicki'isoii, 

Elizabeth, 

L. A., . 

Leonard A., 

Philo, . 
Diggins, Naomi. 
Dixon, James. . 
Doan, I. r.. . 
Doane, Ar.ii M., 

Mary II., 
Dodil. . 

Alfred W., 

Samuel, Mrs. 

William H., 
Doddridge, William II 
Donley, Arthur P., 
Dooi:tt!e, Enos, 

James, . 

S:.niuel, . 
Dormaa, O. P., 
Dotighhead, Donald, 
Douglas, William K., 
Douthwait, R. W., 
Downs, . 

L. T., . 
Drake, Huldah. 

Xoadiah, 

Silas, Jr., 
Drane, Henry M., 
Draper, 

^ Catharine, 

Charlotte, 

Eliza, 

Julia, 
Driggs, Samuel, 
Dubois, John C, 
Ducachet, Henry W., 
Duche, . 

Dutae, Cornelius R., 
Duplessy, I'rancis. 
Dustin, Charles E., 
Du-ight, Timothy, 

Eaton, Frances, 

HaiTiet, . 

Wilham. D., 
Eaves, Frederick W., 



375 



379' 3 



309. 3 



34-^ 



497 



^o. 3^2 



37, 33.5 



435 



PufS. 

4> 

4 -'7 

4 ' . E I •'■ 

4-';. ■!';7 

530. 7ji 

350. 495 

405 

4' 5 
269 

2to 

493 

260 

529. 731 

=55 

498 

63 

1S5, 2o3 
IQ5 

373 
67 

526 

4=9 
369 

3S3. 496 
516 

196, 193 
196 
495 
733 
734 
734 
734 
734 
1S6 
496 
304 
519 

34 
731 
221 



393. 



354> 
3U9' 



497. 



260 
260 

=97. 34S. 350 
493 



■t'' J.U ■ 'iJ, '* 






■;.' TM 



7v ;t:. 



INDF.X lO NAMES. 



/D/ 



Vaze. 



Kdwnrds, Cliristian, . 










37 


Jetusha, . 










136 


John, . 










37 


Jonathan W., . 










1S5 


Eggleston, Arthur F.. 










498 


Thomas, 










. iSo, 196 


El.'ireJ5::e, 










355 


John?.... 




3U. 3 


i(>, 319 


354. 3 


7S, 3S7, 495.^730 


EHott, N. J., . 










257 


HorveyH., 










25.7 


Ellery, Wilham, 










50 


Ellin c^- Kidston, 










4?0 


& Kitson, 










501, 507, 50S 


Ellis, . 










417. 427, 475 


Benjamin F. , 








3 


35, 414, 407. 731 


Gcor;-;e, . 








I 


|i, 529, 731, 732 


GeDiv.e W. , 










. 465, 493 


Ellsvv-orth, 










124 


Ann, 










260 


Ohver, . 










162, 163, 487 


Ely, William, . 










-=94 


Emerson, 










309 


H. S., . 










416 


Irvinp;, 










445, 446, 447 


Eno, James, 










33 


Erbeu, . 










3'='5 


Eusebins, 










255 


Evans. . 










255 


Eiisha, . 










196 


Everest, Charles \V., . 










525 


Fairbairn, 










500 


Fairchild, Asher, 










360 


Harriott, 










360 


.Thankful (Hubbard), 










3^X5 


Fairman, John, 










429 


Fales, Thomas J., 






• "9 


. 37S, 3 


So, 3-4, 3S6, 731 


& Gray, . 










3S7 


Farnham, 










427 


G.S.,Jr.. 










496 


S. G., . 










426 


S. G.,Jr., 










419. 529, 731 


Farvvell, Asa, 75, 107, 180, 185, 1S6 


195, 2o3, 2£7, 297, 307, 319, 404. ,^95, 




730 


Asa, Mrs.. 


260 


Faucet, .... 


365 


Fancon, James P., . 


476. 527. 731, 733 


Faxon, William, 










3 So 



^58 



CHRIST ClfURCn. MARTrORD. 



Fonwick-, 










I'?ge. 


Fii!ch, P. Voorhces, . " ' ' 


70 


Fish, .Miller. . 




• 510. 734, 73; 


Fisher, . 




1S5 


Charles R.. . 




417 


George B., 




3S0, 381, 496, 5?6 


Thomas T., no, -,--4 V'^n -5.'"?^ .ia -> ' ' ' •*'^' 
'- -^--l. 3^0, ,,a4, J.^6, 3S3, 3.59, 390, 397, 39S. 3f,y, 413 


Fitcb, ileurv, . . •^^^^' ''''-^S. 52?. 730 


Henry H.. ' 




525 


Flagg, Edward O. , 




496 


Flint, Abel, . 




5i6 


Flower, 




22S 


Ann, 




I2J. 125, 126, 14S 


' "-*• '-■'■ '^^' 3^'- 319, 331. 35^. 365. 370, 379. 419 


Ehene.er, Mrs., . '^'''' ■^''' ■^-'-^' "^^S' -"^^' '3^ 


Nancy, . 








260 


Timothy, 










123 


Fogg. . 










420 


Foote, Justin W., 










56 


Foster, . 










209 


Fowler, Benjamhi. 










255 


Fox, Charles, . 










1?; 


Gurdon, . 










525 


James A., 










355 


Sylvester, 










524 


Francis & Company, 










196 


William, 










217 


Franklin, 










217. 2rS, 2i'o 


VJiIIiam, 










255 


Frazer, . 










519 


French, Christopher, 










216 


Frink, David. Jr., 










45 


Frisbie, William H 










1S5. 1S6. 19; 


Fuller, C. J., 










525 


H. C, . 










496 


J- Ward. 








3S7, 4^^J, 435. 49*^. fjO 
4Q7 


Gaines, . 












Gardner, James, 










260 


&Jepson, 










514 


Sylvester, 










37 


William, [ 










37 


Gardiner. 










4-. 514. 516 


Garfield, Xathanie' L., 










573 


Gaylord, Aaron. 










5-0 


E. B., .' 










I So 


E. L.. . 










49S 
1^0 



; «^w^ i-.l •""«' 



J It 



INDEX no XAMKS. 



759 



(icer, George J-. 






Gibbs, . '. 






Clark. . 






Gibson, Willinni, 






Gilbert, Charle^^ J., . 






McrritL, . 






William H., 






Cbauiicey, 






Glover, John J., 




Thomas. 4S, 64, 72, S5. 180, 


1S2, 


Goddarcl, Frederick M., 




Goodman. A. C, 






Edward, 






L. B., 150, 37S, 3 


57i 433. 


434. 


L. B.. Mrs., 






Richard, 






Goodrich, 






E..Jr.. . 






Elizur, . . 






James B. , 






Samuel G., 






Goodridp^e, Edward. . 






s."w., . 






Goodsell, P. B., 






P. B.,Mrs., 






Goodspeed. Roxy, 






Goodwin, Caleb. 






Daniel. 119, i7-\ c''^-), 273 


296, 


Daniel, Mrs.. 




Daniel R., 






David. . 






Erastus, . 






Erastus, Mrs., . 






Eunice (Roberts). 






Francis, . 




137 


George, . 






George, Jr., 






George, 2d, 






H. \V., . 






Horace V.'., 






James, 140, 143, loS. 353 


.364- 


James, Mrs., 




James, Jr., . . 10 


", -73 


James J., 137, 139, i 


42, 149 


. 301. 



IS5, 



136. 



30S, 



'39 



3S6, 



4f-'0. 









P.-frre. 








. 500, 526 








33 








5i(^ 








390 








319 




I So 


196. 


19S, 2o3, 209 

350 

161 

S5 


1 36, 


I95i 


197. 


200, 203, 204, 

20O, 730, 734 

144 

. 375,416 




34 S 


349, 


350, 415. 495 


467. 


469. 


470, 


471, 472, 475, 






49f'. 


500, 529, 731 

467 

1S5 

. 221, 225 

296 

44 

526 

. 65, 66 






426 


427, 42A, 527 

• 353. 496 

. 257. 387 

260 

102 

. 74. 26S 


319. 


354- 


37S. 


3S6, 400, 419, 


426 


434 


496, 


509. 730, 731 

455 
500 






161, 


X63, 4S6, 4S7 


107 


273 


34S 


350, 494. 730 
260 
143 


416 


450 


460 


474- 504. 51- 

. iGo, 161 

1S5 

174, iSo, 195 

416 

. 296, 730 


3S3, 


412, 


42", 


431, 447. 451- 

5o3. 512 

- 502. 503 


295 


.206 


. 319 


350, 495. 730 


4'^2. 


465. 


471. 


474. 476, 497. 

512, 731 



•V '7 



•Mi 



; ,.>rri.r 



1 



76o 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTrOkD. 











l'a,;e. 


Gnc:':lv.-in, James M., 


jS, 7.^, 01, 107 


113. I 


77, 17S, 179, iSf, im'), i<>5, 205, 


20S, 


?og, 210, 21 }, 


213, 2 


37, 252, 253, 254, 257, 267, 2t')3. 


271 


272, 275. 232, 


296. 30S, 3r3. 319, 327, 331, 34r, 34 t. 


James M., Mrs., 




343. 3 


4-5. 349. 350, 403. 495. 52S, 730 
2Gu 


James M., Jr., 








289 


James N.. Mrs., 
John, Jr., 
John, 2d. 








4^-5 

195 

. 1 84, J 95 


Lucy M . . 137 


, 13S, IJ9. 140 


T41- 4 


50, 451, 452, 460, 465, 473. 474. 
477. 593. 5'''!. 503. 512, 513 


Mary. . 


. 136, 137, 13; 


, 140, ] 


4''^. iSO. 471. 503. 504. 512, 513 


Moses, . 






195 


Nalljauiel. 








322 


Ralph, . 
Ralph, Mrs., 
Roxana, . 








- 297.354.495 
260 
260 


6c Whiiiug. 
Goodyear, To^se, 
Gordon, A. M., 








. • . . 195 

63 

. 37S, 337, 495 


Alexander M., 








31^' 


James D., 
L. H., . 








195 
260 


Thomas, 


\ 






185, 209, 210 


Thomas D., 








107, 20S, 296, 307. 354 


Gourley, Hugh, 








107 


Hugh, Mrs., 








260 


Graham, Freeman, 








si*-^ 


Harvey, . 








516 


Warren, . 








516 


Granger, Ann, . 








422 


Josephus, 
Gray, Ann, 

John S., . 
Green, Charles, 






3S7 


257 

260 

, 402, 416, 495, 52S, 529 

465 


George S., 

Thomas, 








. 3S6, 496 
522 


Greene, Benjamin, 








. 222, 223 


Jacob L., 








416 


Greenleaf, Da-'id. 








1S5 


Gregon.', 

Griswold, Alexander \ 








255 
45, 56, 66 


F.. 








1S2 


Jared, 
Lucre tia, 








361 
260 


Ralph, . 

s.. 








516 
1 32. 245, 246 


Simeon, . 


io5, i34, 195 


, 206, 2 


o3, 200 


, 210. 214, 3o3, 40?. 730 



:i,;'..>i 



^.H, 



IXDCX TO NAMKS. 



761 



Gris-A-old, Simeon, Mrs 

Grosveuor, II. W.. Mi- 
Grove, . 
Guild, Jeremiah, 
Gnncllach, Loui<, 

Hale. Edward, 
H. E., . 
Horatio G., 
& Hosmcr, 
Timothy, 
Hall, Eli/.abeth, 
Emma R., 
Horace A., 
Isaac M., 
John E., 
Jo.-:eph, . 
ilallam, Robert A., 
Hallett, W. T.. 
Hamilton, John. 

John Jr.. 
Hammerslc}-, Andrew 

L.. C. andT., 
Hanks, L. B., . 

Lucien D., 
Haniner, Samuel. 
Hanson, Augustus W 
Hardman, John & Co. 
Harpy, William, 
Harrington, 
Harris, Joseph, 
Robert, 
^Yilliam, 
Hart, . 

Charles R.. 
Elizabeth, 
Hetty B., 
Joseph, . 
Samuel, . 
Hartford Library- Co 
Hartley, George S., 
H arwood . E d win , 
Hatch, Azor, . 
Charles P., 
George E,, 
Lucius, . 
L., Mrs., 
Timnthy. 



180 



416 



107, ISO, 1S2, iSj. igs, 2o3 



F'agc. 
354 
5 If. 
2C0 
255 
195, 20S 

4 33,415 

196 

296 

185 

65 

734 

354 

3S7 

308 

734 

496. 731 

524 

415 

i'-/5. 730 

195 

85 

S5 

30S, 354 

319. 350 

269 

525 

07 

37 

257 

496 

473. 527 
85. 1S5 
36S, 369 
465. 497 
322. 323. 330 
22, 330, 354. 336 
161, 730 
271, 526 
60 
496 
500 
210 
496 
731 
195 
260 

24? 



450. 504' 



■q. 420 



496, 

185, 



,1 

■I 



T . • . 1 



uAl 



i /..>.-.'>; 



,11. ■U'.' ( 



-^ 



762 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



1S6, 195, 19S, 20 
450, 460, 46-, 50' 



resfordV 



37. 4 



1S5, 206, 20S, 2>; 



HatfieM, John. 
Hnwcs, Joel, . 
Hawks, Francis L., 
Haydeu, Anson, 

William, 
Ht-aton. Butler lV- Ray 
Hen<el. Ciiarlc^ A., 
Hewias, Philip, 
Jlcwlett. I. S., 

J.S., . 
Heyv.-oftd, Frances. 

Frances Aim (B 
I-'etcr, 
Hibbard, John, 
Hickok, Jane, . 
nig;;in.s, John, 
Higley, Arodi, . 
Hiil. Pcleg, 
HilMrnp, Thomas, 

Tiiomas J., 
Hi!l->, William, 
Hiliyev, j'-hilo, . 

Philo, Mr.s., 

Winthrop, 
Hilton, . 
Hinckley, N. G., 
Hitchcock, 

EJiakim, 

William, 
Hoadly, Charles J., 7, S, 12, 31. Si, S3, ',2 14; 

-65. 3-13. 414. 4T5. 435. 445 
469. 470, 477. 496. 49Q 
Hoadley, •....' 

George E., . 

James, .... 

Jeremy, 69, 75,93. 102, 107, 112, iSo, 1S2 

20S, 200, 210, 214, 237. 246, 240 
275, 2S5, 343, 350, 360, 361, 492 

Jeremy. Mrs., .... 
Lydia (Bnell). . . . , 

^^illi''^^! H,, 99, 257, 200, 296, •;o7, -.43 

William ]{., Mrs.. 
Plobart. 

John Hcnr\-, 13, 65, 66, 75, S5, 211. 21;, 239, 24^, 271, 272, 27 = . 

276, 2?i, 2S2. 3or, 735 
Holder., Seaver .^I., . * ' . ,,, 

Holkins, Stcdma.n & Co., ...... ine, 

Holland, T., . . . . _ [ ] .'419 



107, 1S5, 1S6, 19s, 205, 206, 20 



•4^5,495 
^•3. 67, 233 

• 33. 394 
210, 252, 253, 254, 529 

256 

= 09, 510, 511, 512, 513 

475. 47^'. 527 
30.S 

• 343, 350 
495 

. I ~,0, 2 "2 
I JO 
150 

260 

496 
. 196, I9S 

5r^> 
7. 50. 157. 159, 521, 522 

• 50. 3:^2 
1S5 

. 210. 214, 405. 529, 730 

269 
522 

194 
, 209, 210, 214, 730, 734 

20S 

IJ7. 1S7. 196, 22S, 262, 

45f', 4fio. 462, 463, 465. 

50<3, 514, 521. 529, 731 

311 
514. 5^7, 519. 7-6 

360 

185, i36, 195, 197, 200, 

267, 26S, 270, 271, 272, 

4')4. 495, 52S, 730, 734 

. 259, 260 

3f>o 
349. 350. 495. 5-9. 73'^ 

7(0 

254 



ixnrx TO XA>rKS. 



763 















Pai;e 


Holli^ter, Herbcit H., . 80, 153,476, 497. 529, 731, 732 


Holmer, J. F., . 






497 


Holmes, Henry, 












- 195. 19S 


Holt, Alfred. '. 












2('.9 


Alfred, Mr-;.. 












260 


Hook, . 












369 


Hooker, Thomas. 












34''' 


Hopkins, Charles. 












160 


Theodore, 












• 55. 172 


Theodore, cstste 












iSo 


Hopson, Oliver, 












525 


Horlitz, John. . 












^22 


Home, George V\'h:te, 












326 


Hosford. Aar<v.i. 










55 


. 161, 172 


Hoskins, Zebulon, 










■ . I So 


, 196, 193 


Hosmer, Charles. 












61 


Holchkiss.S. F., 












496 


Houston, Alesander, 










319. 334 


337, 495 


George, . 












495 


Howe, . 












255 


Howey, V., 












S5 


Hubbard, Bela. 












51S 


George W., 










435. 465 


497. ?3f 


Seth, 












269 


Thankful, 












360 


Hubbell, G. D.. 












429 


W. L., . 












416 


Hudson, B.. . 












161 


Robert, . 












463. 527 


Hull, Edmund 3., 












354. 377 


Susanna. 












50, 521 


Humphrey, George, 












34S, 350 


Hector, . 










I 


3. 75. 273 


Hector, Mrs., 












25S, 260 


Henry S., 










319. 3P 


350, 495 


Lemuel, . 




107. 317 


. 319. 3 


4*?. 349 


. 350, 3?5. 494 


495. 730 


Mary. . 












260 


xMiriiriel. . 












33 


N. F.. . 












307 


Willi? m. 












303 


Hmitington, 










134, 2S2 


3TI. 355 


e". 3.. . 












416 


Francis J., 


107. 269. 296. 307. 343. 349. 3£0. 415. 457 


453, 459 


Hezekiah. 115, 119, 30S, 354. 360. 362, 364, 370. 372. 379. 330. 


3S4. 3S6. 395, 415 


He^ekiah. ]-., 107. 269, 236. 2'}''.i. 34S, 349, 530, 455. 494. 495. 


529, 730 


H. &F. J.. 72.45S 


John T., 








24. 43: 


. 443. 445.510 


526. 327 



\ v!r'-i; 



ff- 



764 



CHRIST CHURCH. HARTFOKH. 



liuntiugt'u;, J. V\'., ....... 2,,,^ 

vSaimiel H.. C.J. ,''.'>, 75, 93, 96, 97, 90, 107, no, 112, 113. 267. 2t.'j. 

270, 271, 27c, 273, 275, 283, 284, 2S5, 294, 297, 3.J7, 310. 

3^3- 331. 352, 354. 373. 377. 4i5- 457, 45S. 404. 405. 500, 

5-'^. 730 

Sainuel H., Mrs 

S. M.,Mrs.. 
Huntley. Lylia, . . . . . . 21S 

Hunti-inger. E. M., 
Hurd. . 
Hurlbnt, 

Hutchins. V.'. T.. 
iliitchinsov. . Calha-i-ine, 
Hyde. Mary, 

Ide. 

Horton Gregory, 
Imlay. . . . " . . . . . t6S 

Elizabeth, 

John, 

Mar^-. . 

Richard, 

William. 



47 





2 Co 




2C0 


. 219 


220 




49R 




25? 




2. SO 




435 




3^J3 




37 




440 




144 


1 270 


r'^j 




•47 


7. 4? 


-•to 


. ,'.,S 


■'2-^ 



47.4^522 
lf,9, 161, 162, 163, 164, Itj'j. [70, 172, 
395, 522. 52S 

Willia- E., 354 

"Wiiliarn H.. 47, 69, 74, 75, S9, 9S, 101, 106, 109, 112. 117. 126, 172. 
177, iSo. 1S2, 1S4, tS6, 195, 197, 200, 200, 20S. 209, 2:9, 
261, 2O5. 269, 275. 2S5, 295, 296. 304, 306, 307. 313, 314. 
31.5, 319, 32S. 331, 336. 351, 354, jfo, 370, 3S5, 39>. 44^^. 

493. 522, 523, 529, 730, 734 
Wiiiiara H., Mrs., ...... 260 

Indicott, John, ........ 55 

Ingersoll, Jonathan, 
Inglis, . 
Ingraham, C. B.. 
Iredell, . 
Isham, William, 
Ives, 

Calebs , 



Jack.son, Abner. 
Jacobi, John C 
Jarvis, Abraharii, 

George C 
James, . 
John, Mrs., 
William. 
Willian-:, Mrs. 



269, 353, 37S, 379. 3-6 



41, 42, 45, 47, 50, 54, 56, 65. 165, if^'O, 170, 

200, 202, 207 
435.4'>5 





510 




41'^ 




5^' 


49''. 


730 




270 




524 


24S, 


35'"' 




526 


1S7. 


I?-. 


51?, 


521 


4',;7. 


73 > 




;5 




50; 


2 7''- 


50() 




500 







JXDEX TC 


NAM!-.:?. 


7<^S 




Page. 


( 


Jauncey, William, ....... S5 


1 


Jfffevy, Autlioriy, 










50 




Anthony, Mrs., 










. 259, 260 




John. 




47, 5( 


5, 55. 1 


37. J58, 


I''.2, 163, 167, 529, 730 


i 


Sally, . 










516 




Jencks, Charles, 










250 


' 


Jepson, Anna, . 










37 




Saletn , 










416 




"William, 






35. 3' 


'■ 37. 4 


i. 4b, 485, 4S6, 516, 522 




Jeroir.e, Augustus S., 










4'J6 




Jessup, Edward, 










526 




Je^vett, George D., 










3S7, 413, 41-9, 40'^', 731 




Johnson, 










304 




Bathsbeba, 










515 




Edwin E., 










416 




Elisha, . 








39S 


399, 415, 49C'. ?2S. 731 




Hannah, 










515 




John \V., 










429 




Joseph, . 










515 




Maria, . 










515 




Maiy, . 










236 


[ 


Nathan, . 










29G. 34S, 349. 4S-i 




SaUy, . 










515 




Samuel, . 










34. 30. 39. 40, 41 


i 


Shadrach, 










515 




Y\'aldo:\I., 










33- 


! 


William, 










i3o. 195, 515 


[ 


. William Samuel 










. 47. 5^ 




Johnston, E. R., 










315 




Jones, . 










5*^^ 


I 
1 


Cave, 










S5 


i 


Edward, 










524 


i 


EUzabeth, 










35 


r 


George, . 










524 


» 


Joshua, . 










S5 




Julius, 










. 41, 510 


1 


Levi, 










3S 


I 


Nathaniel, 










i3o, 195, 193 


f 

J- 

i 


Samuel P., 
Joyce. Sarah, . 

Wilham, 

WiUiam, Mrs., 
Joyner, Arthur S., 
Judd, William H., 
Judkins^ B., . 

Kean, Peter, . 
Keith, Alexander, 
John, 










55 
• 50, 521 
522 
522 
493 
524 
437 

243 

3^ 
. 35. 2<^- 42, 4S5 



.M- l^:-.;.'l 



' .'...I. I 



706 



CHRIS !■ CHURCir, HARTFORD. 



Keith, Mnrv, 

William, 
Keller, George, 
Kelley, George R., 
Kelly. Peggy, . 
Kemp, . 
Keney, Aaron, . 
Joseph. . 
Mary Jeannett 
Rebecca (Turn 
Waller, i.;i, i. 
'Walter, jd, 
Kerfoot, John B. , 
Kidder, Pascal P., 
KilboTjrn, H. . . 
KilJam, James, 

lames, .Mrs 
Mary, . 
Kimball, C. C. 
King, Charles B., 
Henry, . 
Sarah , 
Kingsbury, Andrew, 
John, 
Lyman, . 
Kinney, David W.. 
Kip, Leonard, . 
Sophia, . 
Kirby, Lucy. . 
Kissam, Richard S., 
Kneeland, Loui .a Tai 
Knox, 

David, . 
Frank J., 
James, 
Normand, 

Ladd, Da\-id, . 
Lancelot, Samuel, 
Sally. 

Sarah (Stillman) 
Lane, F. A., 
Langrell, Thomas, 
Lac man, David T.. 

Larkum, 

Larsiug, Charles hi., 

Lathrop, 

James, . 



151. 



tor. 



4. 



3S7, 4-'9. 4 



Pa;:r, 
S-' 

• 465. ri.1 

• 71. ?y> 
■ 556, 41.; 

MI, 142, 143. 149. a:<j 

I c I 
434. 435. 4^5. 49?, Tjo 
416 
500 
5-j 
377 
107, 273, 496 

46;. 

• 4 '9. 406. 731 

135 

3S 

. 16S, 155 

516 

5i& 

35; 
33-' 

2f^J 

. 265, 2<y. 



431. 433. 435. 444. 452. 



453. 4;^ 





514 






. 1S6, 207 






435.497. 731 


i 




I So 


^ 




. 1S5, 521 
208 


i 

4 




45 






42 

43 


( 

? 




123 


-:i 




37 




, 4C>o 


. 497. 499. 50<J. 


i 

■i 




503. 529 
163 
416 


J 
1 



1 J^Ml 



•i .InT.I 



1 



INDEX 'lO NAMES. 



•7/5- 











Pase. 


Latimer, Elisha, ....... 269 


Laughlin, S. M.. 








294 


Laver.s, Barround & \Vtstlak< 


i, 






509 


Law, Jonathau, 








66 


Lawrence, John, 








■ 36, 47 


Marianne. 








36 


William, 








160, 172, 135 


Learning, Jeremiah. . 








44 


Ledlic, Samuel, 


t49, 1 3c 


, 1S6, I 


95, 206, 20S, 2 


09, 296, 30H, 730 


Samuel, Mrs., . 








260 


Lee, 








. 16S, 311 


Alfred, . 








24, 500, 525 


George, . 








5t5 


George Jannings, 








£■15 


John, 








• 55, 172 


Roland, . . So, iSo, i32, 1S5, 1S6, 195. 2o3, 209. 210, 730 


William T., 107, 257, 269, 296, 306, 307, 317, ?i3, 319, 326, 32S, 330, 


331. 3\^, 3-iO. 35^5. 493. 4';-?. 4 


-)5, 523, 529, 730 


William T.. Mrs., .... 


2G0 


Leeds, George, 








394. 395, 500 


Legate, Wilhani S., . 








497 


Le Rov, Aug. N., 








496 


11., " . 








35 


Leslie, 








254 


Lewis, Frederick B.. . 








49S 


Samuel S. , 








524 


William H., 








524 


Lincoln & Gleason, 








61 


S. & Co., 








508 


Lindsay, John S., 








470 


I-iltlejohn, Abram X., 








. 23,526 


Lloyd, . 








. 36, i63 


Caroline, 








260 


Thomas, S6, 107, 161, iSo, 1S2, 1S5, i36, 195, 2u6, 2o3, 209, 210, 


303, 303, 730 


Thomas, Mrs. , . . . . • . .260 


Long, William, 








526 


Loomis, Frank W., 








493 


George, . 








37 


Jacob, 








176 


Lord, Eunice, . 








• 384. 335 


Haynes, 








. 307- 730 


John, 








355 


Thomas, 








335 


Lothrop & Smith, 








37 


Loveland, Horace, 








297, 30S. 493 


Lowth, 








255 


Lumsden, Davi'l F., . 








526 



1 



y6S 



CIIKIST CMUKCH, HARTFORD. 









Paye. 


Lyman, Tlias, 






J So 


Justin, 






iSo 


estate, . 






• . 195 


Jnstiu, Mrs., 






260 


Nathan, 






1 96 


Normaad, 






107, 378. 4V5 


Normand, Jr., . 




377 


357. 49<'- 731 


Lynde, Joseph, 




. Si,Sd 


174, 4"^''. 4 ■'7 


Maercklein, 






43« 


Manice, D. P., 






257 


DeForest, 






39'* 


Mann, Beuninj^, 






354. 375. A')(> 


B. E., ". 






3^7 


Mansneld, Zebediali H.. 






5''^f 


Marsh, 






5'-^ 


Asenath, 






C.2: 


Edward, 






. I7^>. 237 


Hezekiah , 




35. 3- 


-, 3S. iSi. 4.-5 


James, 






195 


John, 






. iSo, in- 


" heirs, 






i:h 


Jonathan, 






3-' 


Samuol, Jr., 






5 J 2 


William Henry, 






:-' 


Martin, Dorothy, 






C )• J 


Josiah II', , . 






4 ■; . 


Mar\-in Sc Co., 






ti>; 


Mason, Chnrle-> S., 






., y. 


Henry JT., 






. 73. 5-7 


Josepi!, 






4/' 


Massilon (.\: Bourdaloue, 






-55 


Mather, Sanuiel, 






3r4 


Strong, Mrs., 






354 


Timothy, 






4^') 


William', 




354, 3S7, 413, 414. 


496, 52? . 731 


William. Mrs., . 






419. 415. 4-7 


Matson, 






IjU 


William L., So, 141, i 


49- 153 


433. 434. 435. 444. 4'-0. 


465, 473, 470. 






477. 497. 499. 


5'X>, 530, 731 


Mattocks, John, 






51 


Samue!. 






5^ 


May, William B., 






AU) 


Mayhev,-, 






4= 


Mc Clary, John, 






49S 


McCrackan, Ji^hr. . 




54, .is, 164, 166. 169. 


171, 172, 730 


John 11., 






■ 526, 527 


R. H 






166 


William, 






25S 



j.:.i\U. 



r i'ii '■'' 



IM'KX TO NAMES. 



769 



^[cCurdy, ]<>hv., 
McCvers. C, Jr., 
McFarlaiid, William IL, 
^[cKniJ2;ht, John. 
McLean, Allc-ii, 
Catharine, 
Hannah, 

Hugh. . 
John, 

Neil. 
McXary. 

James B., 

Jaines M. B.. 
McVickcr, John» 
Mcacham, 
Mead, James D., 

John C, 
Mcech, Charles E., 

Robert, 24, 419, 

Meigs, William H., 

WiUiam H., Mrs.. 
Mercer. Ale.xander H., 
Mcrier, Peter W. , 
MerriU, Abigail, 

George, 

Hezekiah, 

Martha (Nevins"!, 

M. E., . 

Mary. . 

MaryS., 
Metcalf, Theodore, 
Miller, B. N. B., 

Frederick, Jr.. . 

George W. . 

S. W.. 

William H.. 

William M., 

Willit'mW., 
Mills. . 

Charles N., 

Charle;^ N., Mrs.. 
Milton, Alfred, 
Minton, 

Minturn & Champ'in. 
MitcheU. Henry A., . 

James E., 

W., 
Mitchelson, Eliphalet, 

49 



-P4 



S6, 400 



42; 



413. 4 



450. 4 



31. SCKJ 



I So 



4. 419 



149 



34 



196, 
515. 



ige. 
160 

S5 
406 

521 

34 
521 

515 
51? 
i')S 
516 
418 

40'J. 731 

S5 
233 

525 
50S 
416 

526, 527 
495 

393. 394 

55 

515 

37. 149 



149 
497 
260 
336 
30S 
49S 
525 
497 
497 
452 
452 
453 
3S8 

494 
260 

429 
506 
195 
35'i 
4n.S 
172 

lor 



ISO 
349 



i . ;:' -', / 



//' 



CHRIST CIIUKCir, HARTFORD. 



Moland, Joseph, 
iloptgorneiy, . 
Mookley, 

James, . 

John, 

William, 
Moore, Benjannn. 

Elisha, . 

Thomas, 

William, . 
Morelaud, William H 
I^Iorgaa, 

Allen C, 

Denisou, 

35U 



107, io->. 112, irg, 209. 273 
344- 55^^- 351. 354. 377> 3?- 



loO, 195 



Paf:c. 

45 

375 

• 52: 

514 
514 
514 

4W7 
161 



3-/ 
173, 2.55, 311, 500 

. 6-, 524 
2'/^. 307. 310, 31';, 32;.. 
383. 3S4, 337, 3S9, 300, 
494, 495, 52S. 730 
Denison. }ilrs., ....... 2^0 

D. & Co. , . . . . . . . 306 

Elias, 4S, 55, ?o, i5o, 162, 163, 164, 166, 16S, 171, 172. i?o, 

195, 5-9. Tj'J 
George D., . . . . . . . 31') 

Henry K. , 
Henry K., .Mrs., 

John, 46, 47, 4S, 52, 54, 55, 5C, 5.5, 64, 
87, 89, 137. 15S, 159, 160, 161, i(. 
174, 17S, 17'), iSo, iSi, i32, 1S4. 
202, 205, 206. 207, 20S, 209, 210, 
266. 2: 

John, Mrs 

John B 

John Pieipont. . 
Joseph, .... 
Junius S., 314, 319. 354, 357, 360, 362, 364 
Lucy, .... 
Lydia, .... 
Mary, .... 
Nathan, 75. oS, 107. 1S6, 195, 20S, 209, 210, : 
270. 272, 275, 233, 2^6, 294, 296, 303 



377. 39s. 415- 711 

2 So 

66, 63, 69, Sr, '^3, S4. .13, :0. 

62, 163, 164, i6''i, 170, 172, 173. 

iSo, iSS, 195. 197. 2i>). i'->!. 
214, 216, 237, 247, 24'). 2=1, 

74. 345, 409, 4S6. 524. 32?, 734 

84, 16S, 251, 2<;o, 274 



Nathan, Mrs. 
N. & D., 
Sarah. 
Theophilus, 
Titus. . 
WUliam. 
WiUiam V.. 
W. G. . . 
Morice, . 



477 
474 
72, 37S, 474. 495- 73'i 
. 140. 447 
319. 354. 3 = 7 
260, 323, 505 
61. 263, 264, 2''.7. 26>. 
305. 306, 307, 300, 310. 
461, 493. 523. 730 
260. 338 
446 
45 S 
4^ 
3=5. 503 
453 
500, 325 
498 
519. 520 



INDEX TO XAMES. 



// 











Page. 


^fon-is, John E,, 


189 


Mortinit-r, Philip, 








36 


Moschelles, 








440 


Jvloselcy, William, 








163, 1 85, 266, 2J7 


Mosheim, 








-55 


>[tickley, 








522 


Mtir.n, C, 








735 


Munn, Charles, 






I7''i 


2io, 217, 256, 25V. 529 


Elizabeth, 








2C0 


Murray, 








3S3 


Cotton, . .1.6, ;i. 52, 


50, 157, 15S, 159, 161 


16:, 163, 164, 166, 170 


William J., 




498 


Nelson, A. 1,, . 


497 


w. b'., . 








497 


Nevins, John, . 








iSo 


Martha, . 








149 


Mary, 








.47 


Robert, . 








47 


Newberry, Dyer, 








I9^> 


John, " . 








196 


Joseph, . 








196 


Newtou, 








255 


Abner, . 








108 


David B., 








. 1S2, 1S4 


George O., 








429 


NichoUs, George H., 








525 


Nichols, 








285, 313. 345 


Catharine, 








423 


Cyprian, 59, 60, 94. 96, 


97, 93, 107, loS, 109, 112, 115, iif''- I--' i-^> 


1S2, 1S5, 1S6, 


195, 197, 20^), 205, 2c6, 20S, 209, 210, 214, 


270, 272, 2S5, 


292, 296, 303, 319, 331. 344. 351. 353. 363. 


354- j'?5- : 


;S&, 4-3, 493. 494. 495- S'-^S, 529, 530. 730, 734 


Cyprian, Mrs., . 


260 


Eunice (Lord), 






3»4 


George, . 






384 


& Humphrey, 






. 220, 296 


Jilaria, 






68 


Roberi, . 






496 


Sarah, . 






50 


S. S., . 






260 


& Tinker, 






39S 


William P., 12, 24, i 


31. 133. 437. 444. 447. 443, 450, 451. 4f = . 4*^6. 


467. 


46S, 469, 493, 500, 502, 503, 504- 509- 510. 527 


Niles, . 


4:-2 


Noble. Birdsey G., 


62, 224. 524 


North. A. W., . 








4-0 



^^ 



n^ 



CHRIST CHUKCII, HARTKOr.D. 



Xortharn. Charle. H.. 07. ic. ,07, ..4. 1.5. 13c. :33. 134. 13.. .^^"7^ 
257. :^^.o. 303, 319. 3 tS. 340. 350, 354. 3(.o, 37.,, .m.' 

^S6, 307, 3,8^.397.400,417. 41^^419, -r-M. 4:^,, ■,,, 

432. 433. 434. 435. 461. 463, 477. 495. 499. 500. 5/1! 

Charles IJ.. Mri.. 5^9. 7 Jo 

4t>2 



Susan R. , 
Xorton, Benjamin H., 
Nott, C. D., . 

Samuel, . 

Obeirn, . 
Ocorr, Henry, . 
Ogden, Abel. Jr., 

Catharine, 

David, . 

P'lizabeth Mackej-. 

Jacob, 47, 49. .-2. 

John, 
JoFiah, 
Olcott, . 

Abigail. 

Abby, 

Daniel, . . S6. i 

Eunice, 

John, 

Lydia, 

Mary, 

Micha.-l, 



5'^ '5 



60, 17 



55. 66, 75. 91. 16: 
1S4, 1S6, 195, ig 



Samuel, 
Olds k Whipple, 
Olmsted, C, 

Mar>', 
Orcutt, C. C, 
Oson, Jacob, 
Osborn , 



Paige, R. G., . 

Paley, . 

Palmer, John C, 
John C, Jr., 
Stephen, 

Papperitz, 

Parker, James, 

Parley, Peter, 



135, f36. 149 



465. 477 

496 
4or, 405 



'-55 
4'(' 
5:6 
49 
■ 49. 525 
522 

J 5*. 159. ifjo, 161, 162, 163, 164. rot'.. 
169, 171, 172, 522, 7-0 
?5 

4'; 
. i65, iSo 

iSo, 195, 2.,4 
. 1Q~, 201, 2ij2. 2(..S. K28 

i -o 

'5V 

516 

iSo, 195. 244 

i6'(, 172, iSo, iSi, i,-.r, 

20S, 209, 210, 214, 2t'i, 

255. 256, 523, 730, 734 

4:'.> 
50S 
16S 
51ft 
3S6 
524 
176 



180, 1S2, 19 



163, 164, 166 
200, 205, 206 
237. 244. 24 



375. 37<J. 379. jSo, 3S: 



3-^7. 731 
496 

54 
440 
243 

6; 



' ,•") ,■• • -n- 



INDEX 'id NAMES. 



773 



Parnielce, Geoijj^e L., 
Pavsotis. II. S.. 

J. C. . 

Thomas, 
Pasco, Jonathan, 
PaUen, George J., 

Nathaniel. 
Payne, WilHam, 
Peabody, George. 
Pease, Arena, 
Pemberton, Mary (Joh 

P. G., .' 

Sarah , 
Perkins, 

Daniel, . 

Enoch, . 

Henry, . 

Henry, Mrs., 

Isaac, 69, 107 

Isaac, Mrs., 

Jabez, 

Jabez. Jr.. 

Jabish, . 

Jabish, Jr., 

L. H., . 
Pern', William S., 

Philo, . 
Peters, John T., 

Mar\', .• 

Samuel, . 
Phelps, . 

Anson G., 

Azariah, 

Charles S., 

Cynthia. 

Enos, 

Epaphras L., 

Jacob, 

Linus, 

Lois. 

Noah A., Jr., 

Oliver, 

Sarah, 

Timothy, 

W., 

Waiter. . 

Walter, Mrs., 



2S6 



302 



, loS, 209, 2G8, 273, 2Si 



550. 354- 37^ 



•90, 293, 294, 296, 297, 
330, 33 T, 4Q3 



loS, 296, 



4- 



69, 210 

43. 44 



41 



317. 319. 344. 350 



I So 



age. 
497 
495 
47 7 
1S5 
250 
185 
160 
5'X) 
474 
515 
236 
230 
236 

, 344 
iSo 
264 

, 3?7 
419 

■311. 

. 528 
260 
I So 
iSo 
195 
195 
354 



249 
519 

267 

iq6 



195 
195 



514. 

494 



165 

73<j 
260 
521 

2f)0 
1S5 
515 
. 730 
260 

515 
250 

iqS 

515 

45 

20.5 

20') 

514 
515 

3!jS 
495 
260 



1 1 '- , ;■)■ '.'.i>'"l 






CHRIST ClIURC:!!, HAKTJORD. 



1 



Phelps, ^'.■illia:■n, 

Willium R.. 
Phillips, Kmily, 

Emily (Stillr.iaii 

Frc'lerick, 

Geo!<TeT., 

John, 
Pierce <.\: P.each, 

George. . 

Jolm. 

"William, 
Pic-jwnt, John, 

Juliet, . 
Pinney, Norman, 

Sidney, . 

w. r', . 

Pitkin, Ann H., 

Eleazer, . 

Joseph, . 

Richard, 

Timothy, Mrs., 

V7ill:am', 
Plaidy, . 
Plum, Wait, 

Wait, Mrs., 
Polk, Jaroes K., 
Pomroy, Alexander H 

Elea.'.er, . 

Samuel William 
Pomeroy, George, 
Pond, Caleb, . 

Charles P., 

Charles F., Mrs 
Porter, David, 

David S., 

Eliza, 

Henry C, 

John, 2d, 

Solomon, 
Porteus, 
Post, Amos S., 

Augustus T., 
Potter, . 

Collis I., 

Horatio, 

Horatio, Mrs., 
Powell, J. ?.., . 
Powers, Enoch, 



^9. 



O, I -)2 



S6, ig: 



296, 



354 



oS, 319 



V 


a<o. 


•n. 


514 


495. 


730 


260, 


352 




4S 




S5 




48 




5 '4 


195. 


.\Ol 




730 


40 r, 


73" 


173. 


429 




474 




474 




5=4 




354 




49S 




260 




196 




19G 




196 




260 




33 




440 




522 




522 




J 28 


35" 


353 




514 




514 




160 




1S5 




354 




3S7 


1S5 


210 


343 


350 




260 




217 




196 


107 


730 




255 




496 




496 


254 


394 




526 


500 


524 


25.3 


. 260 


3^7 


496 




269 



:■ J 



; < 



INDKX TO NA.Mi;S. 



775 



Powers, Enoch, Mrs.. 
Pratt. . 

ct- Allison, 

Benjamin, 

E. B., . 

Francis, . 

Hart & Xewc-iU 

Joseph , . 

Joseph, Jr., 

Lucy, 

Martha, . 

William, 
Preston, 

Edward, 

Geor;^e B., 

S. C.', . 

Zephaniah, 



.60, 6 

34S. : 

399- 



7- f'S. 9 

>-!9. 35'>, 37^'. 379 

400, 402, 4i>, 41; 



Prindle, 

Prothero, William A., 

W. PL, . 
Provost, Samuel, 
Purves, John, . 
Putnam, Catharine (Hutchinson), 

Daniel, . 

Ehzabeth, 

John, 

Quiu, J. Scrugham, 

Ramsey, George, 

John, 

Jonathan, 

Jonathan, estate. 
" Jonathan, Mrs., 

Sarah, 
Ranney, Esther, 

Lucy, 

Stephen, 

Stephen, Mrs., 
Ransom, 

Amos, 

Owen, 

Penelope. 

Wanton, 
Raphael, 
Rathbone & Wheaton, 



7, 9^, loi, 113, 134, 
o, 3^'. 
\Cj' 493 



3"-. 
528: 



419 



296. 

3S3- 
529 



[iO, K->4 



00, 165 



Page. 

260 

260 

I So 

195 

5'->'5. 354 

172, 195 

296 

265, 2gf. 

1S5 

260 

260 

195, 522 

422 427 

496 

496 

3S7 

303, 319, 

3SO, 39S, 

530; 730 

56 

429 

497 

167, 520 

525 

393 
2 32, 393 

393 
173 

497 



172 



I 'If 



205, 203, 



195 

76, 



195, 

I So, 



209, 



209, 
273. 



330 
20 S 
1S4 
I So 
260 
140 
522 
521 
322 
522 
260 
210 

195 
260 
210 
504 
314 



//' 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTIORI). 



Kayiier, F.cnjamin L., 

Menzies. 15, 4S, 55, 5O. 5S, 60, 
1S3, 1S4, tS6, 1S7, 



^[emics, Mrs., 
Redfield, 

AUVed B. , 
Reed, E. M., . 
Reeve, Robert, 
Reilly. . 
Rlrlnelander, William 

Villiam, Jr., 
Riboiilcau, Isaac, 
Rice, Enns, 

X., 

N.,Jr., . 

Nehemiah, Jr., 
Richardson, John, Mrs.. 
Richmond, \ViUiam. !Nrr>., 
Richter, 

Rider, George T., 
Riley, Isiac, 

James, . 

Melisceut, 
Ripley, . 

George, . 

John, Jr., 

Philip, . 296, 307, 3 

Philip, Jr., 



(>i, 64, 70, S6, 
I S3, 189, 100, 



i6r,. 
191, 



167, 16S. 

192, 193, 
202, 211 



Risley, George R., 

Jerusha (^Ed\\a 

Levi, 

Xehemiah, 
Robbins Brothers, 

Frederick, 

Frederick A., 

Gurdon, 

Philemon F., 

Thomas, 
RoberLs, Electa, 

Ely. 

Eunice, . 

George. . 

M. S^ . 

William W.. 
Robinson, Arthur D.. 

George, . 

Henrv N., 



13. 319 



i=. 319 



326. 3 



54. 3 



io, 350 



O4. 370 



426 



42: 



311 



o. 377 



495 
339 



2. 451 



2()0 
171. 172. 

ig^j, 21 )o, 

. ?><>''>■ 5-7 

1 94 

<'7 

4ifj. 49'J 

497 

33 

4t9 

85 

S5 

231, 234 

348 

419 
496 
530 
260 
3S0 
440 
526 

4S 
40 

345. 355 

30 S 



49f^ 731 
136 
136 
196 
190 
503 
102 

435. 497 
1 56 

497. 730 
340, 406 

120 

57. 17- 

143 

196, 461 

37S, 3S7 

452. 453 

49 S 

496 

49? 



INDEX TO .NAMES. 



m 

















Page. 


( Rof!:\vell. Jerusl'.a, ....... 49 


1 ■ Joseph, . 














40 


» ^^arti^, . 
1 Rogers, Am mi, 














190 












55 


165, lOt'j 


i Benjamin, 














378 


\ W. W,, . 

1 














85 


Evan, 














Sf' 


\ ITenry, . 














85 


; J. Smyth. 












143 


144, 3o5 


I.ncy. 














43S 


j Nehemiaii, 














85 


' Rotten C, 














326 


\ w.. 














85 


\ RolUns, 














255 


Root, Ephraim, 














160, 185 


' Thomas 3., 














3S7 


Rose, James, . 












107 


270, 3o.i 


James (S.- Sons, 














296 


Janies, Jr., 














107 


Ross, Amos 15., 














257 


Amos F.., Mrs., 














260 


Rouse, John H., 














3-5 


Rowland, H., . 














495 


r. Rowley, Warren, 














244 


' Royce, Enos, 














330 


Royse, Lydia, . 










195. ' 


oS, 260 


2S+. 341 


Rudd. JohnC, 














243 


Rudder, Charlotte, 














150 


William, 














526 


Russ, C. J., Mr?., 














465 


Charles T., 












497 


513. 731 


Cornelia, 














319. 511 


Harriet, 














511 


Johannah K., 














5" 


John, 














loS 


John D., 














5" 


John D., Mrs., 














386 


; Russell, 














-57 


\ Francis T., 














496, 526 


■ Gurdon W., So, iiq, 131, 142, 


14IJ, 150. 153- 133. 232, 3"0, ■},b\. 330, 


i 3S4. 3=7. 419. 431 


433. 434. 433. 43*3. 437. 444. 44S, 451. 


i 452, 453- 464. 4'''5 


469, 470, 471, 47r'., 477, 495. 498, 499, 




500, 503, 507, 529. 727. 730, 731, 734 


: Gurdon W., Mrs., 
! Mary I. B.. 


23c 


476 


'- Rutledge, Edward, 














73. 261 



-» 



1 



77^ 



CHKIST CHURCn, HAKTHOliD. 



Saje. B., 

Frajikiiu H., 

Hr.ldnh. . 

M. J. A.. 

John H., 
Salter, Thomas G., 
Saltonstail. Lindall \V 

Roswcll, 
San ford, 

David V. , 

Elizabeth, 

P., 

Robert, . 

Thomas, Jr., 
Sargeant, Jacob. 
Saunders, Asahel, 

Asahel Sc Son, 

Christopher, 

Elbridge G., 

Ralph, . 
Scott, . 

Joseph, . 
Scovil, . 
Seabury, 

Samuel, . 
Seeker, . 

Sedge wick, Buell, 
Scllon, John, . 
Seymou-, Charles, 

Henry, . 

Hezekiah, 

Susan, 

Thomas H., 
Sharpe, Ormond V., 
Shat-Luck. E., . 
Shaw, 
Sheldon, John, 

Vrilliam, Jr., 
Shelton, 

E., 

George A., 

William, Jr.. 
Shepard, D. A., 

Frederick P., 

John, 
Shepherd, Daniel. 

George C. 



95, I'OCi 



1S6, 
209, 



46, 



93. 21 
10, 'j; 



I, 1; 





Paj,'e. 




a¥> 




497 




521 




7,(^1 




497 




523 


4 75. 5-7 


7--7. 72S, 73' 




5I.S 




16S 




526 




521 




55 


162, 


if'3. 521, 730 


42, 43 


, 46, 4S5, 486 


54 16^, 


T^ft, 172, 730 




. IS5, 263 


210, 206. 


30S, 348, 350 




■ 3i9. 341. 


=45. 267, 


2(.8, 494, 730 




494 




34S, 349. 350 




255 




524 




• 519. 521 




• 5f'. 254 


361. 374. 


.'65, 513, 523 




• 35.41 




496 




524 




393 




185 




63 




168 




36 




493 




• 337- 496 




. 2S3. 285 




195 




182 




50 




49S 




524 




. 1S2, 1S4 




49<^ 




4x0 




5oi 




525 




524 



i ' '^■ 



•-/■l 



IXDKX TO NAMES. 



779 



Sherlock, 

Sherman, Henry. 
Heniy B.', 

Sherred, J., 

Shields, R., 

Sbipiuan. W. D., 

Short, David H., 

Sigourney, Andrew, 

Charles. 34, 59, 66, 6S, 
107, 172, 173, 
igg, 200, 203, 
222, 223, 230, 

341, 3.(2. 

Charles &; Son , 

Charles, Mrs., 
Charles H., 

Lydia Huntley, 
Sill, Elisha X., 

Frederick. 
Sillov.-ay, Samuel, 
Simouds, \V. Edgar, 
Skinner, Albert. 

Hczekiah. 

I. Lord, . 

Milo. 

Thomas. 
Slack, G. N., . 
Sloan, Mary, 

Thomas, 
Smith, . 

Alfred. . 

& Colt, . 

F. L., . 

George, . 

Hugh, . 21, 114, 

Isaac, 

John, 

John D., 

Lemuel, . 

Luther, . 

Norman, 

Xormand, 

P.. 

P., Mrs.. 

Perr>-, . 

Robert, . 

William, 
Smyth, Isaac F., 



69, 7 



173, 
206, 



72. 7 
I So. 
207, 
246. 

jTS. 



90, 292 



5, S2, 

l32, 
203, 

249. 



370, 



S4. 
IS3, 

209, 

= 5'. 

401 



S6, 8 
1S4. 
210, 
252, 
410, 



7.S9 
1S6, 

2x4. 

253. 

493. 



Page. 

54, 255 
496 
525 
85 
3S7 
416 
52.S 
216 

,90.91,92,93,94, 
190. 192, 194. 195. 
216. 219, 220, 221, 
296, 3CO. 30S. 312, 
495, 52S, 529, 734 



294. 



354 



9?. 299 



3^3. 3 



87. 495 
214 



357. 4 



260 

529, 730 

470, 5" 

176 

'526 

209, 210 

497 
429 
516 

105 
516 

34, 463. 495, 731 
525 
516 
iSo 

49 
I So 

37 
496 

■ 1S5. 515 
iji. 527. 735 



ox, 



514 
525 
167 

19. 353. 373. 495 
74 
. 1S5, 26S 
465 
465 
• 37^. 496 
515 
56, £14, 515 
37?. 3S0. 496 



'?. 



■■H 



7<So 



CliKlST CIlUkCH, KAIMFORI). 



Somtr.er, Charles C, 
Sooter. John, . 

Mary, 
Southniayd, J. K., 
Spencer, 

Charles, . 

Charles, Mrs., 
, & Gilrnan, 

Luther, . 

Silas, 
Spracjue, Charles \V., 

" J. H.. . 
Spring, John, . 
Stackhouse, 

Stacy, 
Stanley, Edmon, 

William, 
Starkweather. Nathan 
Starr, Frank F.. 

Jcmathan. Jr., 

Sa.muel, . 
Stearns, 
Stedman, 

Edmund B., 

Edward A., 

Edward H.. 

E. B., . 

Eliza L.. 

Elizabeth S., 

Frances, 

Griffin, 

Griffin A., 

Griffin A., Jr.. 

John, 
Stephenson, James. 
Stevens, Abel, 

Serena Almira. 

Truman, 
Steward. Joseph, 
Stewart, Duncan L.. 

T. D., 
Stiles, Ezra. 
Stillmau, Allyn S.. 

Charles A.. 

Emily, 

Melisce.-:t (Riley 

Samuel. 

Sarah. 



69, 75, 107, 1S3, 



195, 20b, 2 
272, 275, 



308 



74. 262 



3S(, 
269, 



498 
3S5 

3S4 

232 
730 

2f)0 



263, 
260, 



270 
196 

50S 
436 

429 

255 
46, 50, 51. 157 

516 

02 
4S6 
52X 

5i3 

525 
49 
274 
730 
465 
290 
273 
260 
465 
260 
!7t, 



269, 



)9, 2''-'}, 26S, 270, 
307. 319. 353. 493 
296 



519. 333. 37S 



54S, 



353 
496 

33 
525 
167 
516 

516 

1S5 
350 

61 

731 
496 

4S 
4» 
48 
43 



INDEX TO NA.\I?:S. 



781 



Si. John, Daniel, 

St. MarfTv-irct Friendly Socict 

Stockinjj, Sabura S., . 

Septenius. 

Servilius. 
Stokes, Eli Vv'., 
Stone, Charles G.. 

Hiram, 

Johns.. 

Sslly Johnson, . 

AVilliarn L., 
Strickland. C. W.. 

Ir%'ing E., 
Stringer, C-eorge, 
Strong, p:rastus, 

Nathan, 

Warehatn, . • 

Studley. William H.. .. 
Sumner, Catharine B., 

George, 107. 112 



George, Mrs., 
Mar>- (Tyler), 
Thomas, 
Sweetser, Seth, 
Swords, T. Sc J.. 

Taft, C. A., 
Taintor, 

Adelia C, 

Alice, 

John A., 
Talbot, Baylies P., 
Talcotc, Joseph, 

Philo F. . 

& Post. . 

Russell, . 

Samuel, . 

Samuel. Jr., 
Taylor, . 

Abiel, . 

Deodat, . 

Edwin, . 

Edwin A., 

Ed-v^rin P., 

Francis, 

Henry M.. 

John M.. 

Joseph P., 



364, 



269, 296, 507, 
372. 3S7, 393 



;i4, 319. 330, 35-l> 
39S, 458, 494. 495 



if^o, 195, 



Page. 
296 
233 



3o3 
525 
526 

497 
526 

524 
22Q 

66 
731 
49S 
3o3 
196 

. 205 
196 

,526 
45S 

357. 
7.30 
260 
393 
429 
208 
63, 64, 204 



497, 



63. 



355 



3S7, 419 
462, 511 



465. 
5". 



471 
730 
525 
266 



:96 



86, 153, 465, 476, 497. 731 



160. 

497 
50S 
i3s 
43. 53 
43. 46, 4S5 
135. 255, 2S5 
196 
2S2 
343. 350 
49S 
236 
236 
493 
732 
236 






'1. r 






— ^ 

^ 



;82 



CHRIST CHfRCH, HARTFORD. 



19- 52, 157. 155, 



Tayl"-":-, Samuel, 

Vv'iUiam, Mrs . 
Terry, Clarence, 
Edward P.. 
Edward P., Mrs 
Eliphalet, 
Joseph A., 
Nathaniel, 
Seth, 
Stephen, 
Thacher, 

Thomas, Harriet P 
James, . 

John, . . .46 

Thompson, F. C, 
Tidmarsh, Richard, 
Tiley. Hannah, 
James, . 
Samuel, 
Sarah, 
W illiam, 
Tisdale, Elkanah, 

Thomas, 
Todd, . 

Ambrose, 
Eli. 

Eli, Mrs., 
Rachel, . 
Tomkins, Floyd W., Jr 
Tolten, Silas, . 
Toucey, 

Catharine, 

Isaac, 66, 75, 93, 107, no, 117, 2o3, 263, 265, 
283, 254. 285, 2g6, 300, 304, 30S, 311, 3 
359. 336, 3c)i, 419 
Towle, Simon. 
Towne, Ithiel, 
Townley, John, 
Tracy, . 

JohnC, 
John F., 
John R., 
Louis A., 
Samuel G., 
Treraaine, Charles H. B 
Trial, Polly, . 
Ruth, 
William, . 



Pajrc. 

^3^' -37. 3\S, 350 

2fa 

■ 435i 407 

2^9 

261 

185 

416 

2S3 

. 67. 1 36 

• 465. 497 

37 
386 

49 
9. 162, .!^6, 73.-. 

420 
37 
33 
36 
5S 

• 3'''. 47 
36, 42, 47, 4S5 

• i''i, 385 

181 



. 107, 2?5 
259 
260 

471. 474i 475. 327 

ill, 34S, 330, 363, 527 

221 

509 

270, 272, 273, 274, 275, 

19. 331. 350, 354. 357. 

42S, 495, 509. 528. 730 

414. 496. 5=9. 731 

. 74. 105 

475 

731 

43:.4'55. 49". 529. 73i 

■ 373, 732 

49S 

407 

42S, 430, 526, 527 

52: 

522 



INDEX TO XAMP:5. 



7«: 



Trubner, 
Trumbull. John, 
Jonathan, 
Tr3'on, Fannv, 
Mo?es,' . 
>rosc3, Jr.. 
Wat^o;:". 
Tucker, Henry, 
Isaac, 
James, . 
John ]")., 
John D., Mrs. 
Tudor, . 

Klihu. . 
Henry S., 
Naomi (Diggins), 
Samuel, 74- 75. S4, S7 
C40, 251. 255 
295, 296, 
341, 351. 



Samuel, r>Irs., 
Samuel, Jr., 69, 



72 
51 

52r 

521 

185 

1S6, 195, 2og 

50S 

496 

46, 51. 157 

51 

73 ^ 732 

150 

3". 315 

340, ^of> 

269, 273 

405 
1, 9U 107, lob. 109, iSi, 15^', 210, 214, 2-'4, 
255. 253, 254, 267, 2-jS, 270, 271, 272, 275, 2.35, 292! 
97. 29S, 300, 304, 305, 305, 307. 312, 313. 319, 336, 
53. 355. 364, 363, 377, 405, 406, 407. 40S, 409, 410, 
4?^, 433, 493, 495. 52S, 735 



73. 2S2 



302, 309 
159, 196 



Sophia, . 

William P., 

William W., 
Turner. John H., 

Rebecca, 

& Sheldon, 
Tuttle. . 

Caleb, 

Grace, 

Jane, 

Miles A., 11; 

Reuel H.. 
Sam.uel, . 
Samuel, \frs.. 
Samuel tS: .Son.- 
Samuel I., 
Sarah (Ramsav 
William F.. 



:2, 39, iSo. 1S2, 186. 195, 
207, 20S, 209 



145. U'J. 257 



140, 30S, 39S 



Tvler. 



Joseph H., 
Marv. . 



260, 409 

197, 2CH3, 203, 205, 206, 
10, 249, 256, 730, 734 

3?? 
196 
257, 269 
416 
151 
1S6 

321, 43f^ 

1S5 

140, 149 

140 

50- 377, 400, 

495. 529, 730 
526 

I?2, 195, 2o3, 209, 2IO 

260 
107, 206, 319, 541, 353.335,494 

419 
140 

40<x 419. 426, 431. 434. 435, 45^^ 465, 

496. 52S. 731 

56 
525 
393 



269, 273, 295, 296, 3( 



II. 



I: 



:i I:., :••;>>/ 



,r..l,'I' 



784 



CHRIST CHURCH, HARTFORD. 



Utley, Abi.-caii, 
Horace, . 
Tosepb. . 
j.. 

Vibbert. Wiliiani E., . 
Viets. John, 

Lois (Phelps;, . 

Roger. . 33. 40 

Vinton. 



Waddington, Joihua, 
Wadsworth, Anna C 

Anriie, . 

Ariel B., 

Elisha, . 

Garden, 

Harry, . 

Horace, 

James, . 

Joseph, . 

Katy, 

Rodney, 

Roger, . 

Roger, Est., 

Sidney, . 

Theodore, 

Wiliiam, 

William, Mrs.. 

William, Jr., 

Willi a.ni S., 

Wainwright, Jonathan M., 18, 19, 66, 67, 69, 221 

247, 24 

William A. M.. 
Wait, Joseph M., 
Walker. John, 

John, Mrs., 

Martha, . 
Vv'alter, 

William H.. 
Wander, William. 
Ward, . 

L^ Barth'.i';>meu 

Bartholomew i Brainard. 

Bculah. . 

James, 54, 74. 75, 69, 107. 109, 164 
195. 200, 203, 206, 207, 2oi 



41. 43. 



45. 4: 



4S, 303 



64, i6f 



172. 



514. 5 



Page. 

16S 

iSo, 195 

B5, 195. 208, 730 

1S2 



525 

45 

45 

fiS, 519 

304 



6. 517 



409, 



47. 51 



o. i:>4 
5. 16S 



66, 172 



195 



223, 224. 
419. 524 



63, 74, iSo, 
209, 210, 229, 



166, 170, 
. 200. 210, 
22y 



195. 
230, 

172, I 
214, : 
. 233, 



• 3S3 

225, 230 
233. 234 

Si. 1S2. 

!25. 236. 
2^73. 529 



515 

51 

515 

157. 159 

I So, 195 
. 515 



195, 20^ 
172, 515 

55 

515 

515 

iSo, 730 

195 

51 

515 

270, 515 

201 
269 

I So 

223,237, 

527. 73? 

735 

525 

514 

522 

514. 516 

520 

524 

43^. 445 

S6, 232 

233, 2r,5 

235. 341 

16S 

IC4. 1S6, 

227, 22S, 

. 730, 734 



INDKX TO NA-MKS. 



785 











. Page. 


Wai^l, Jamc;;, Mr=,., 






273 


Jarncs 11-, 








I07 


. R. R.. . 

R.xAveU B., 








296, 303 
56 


Warner, 








261 


I'.elsey. • 








6S 


Cornelia, 








495 


Evi W., . 








; . . S5 


George, . 






519 


ILv.acI, . 






522 


Robert, . 






521 


Warren , 






■ _ . . 40.t 


Washburn, 






416, 50^ 


E. A., . 




116, 117 


Waterman. G. B., 




3'9 


Henry, Jr., 




104, n^» 


Nancy, . 


117. 3?o 


Nathan IM., 


526 


Watkins.Schureraan H., • • • 370. 37O. 337> 495. 73o 
Watkinson, Alfred, . • • • .4-.^ 


E. M., . 

Robert, . 


307, 354. 3S7- 495 
451, 5uS 


Watrous, 


4<>6 


Henry S., 


^oS 


•; Rebecca Webster, . • ^^^^ ^^f^^ ^oS 


^.eyniour, 


41^5 


Watson, Anna (BUss), • • ' _ luO 


Henry, • 


• . 176 


Hiram, . 


19^. 4'"'5 


John, 


405 


Mary, . 


255 


Watts, . 


208 


1 Weare, Bei^ey, 
William. 


iSo. 182. 195. 206. 20S. 209. 730 
1S5 


Webster, George, 


221 


Noah, 


. ;2, 160 


Noah, Jr., 


. ■ 516 


Zephaniah, 


520 


! Weeks, . 


496 


Weildon, Th..mas 


C, • • • ■ . 221 


Weld, Lewis. . 


57. 172. 730 


Weiler. William. 


253 


Wells, . 


. 3S'^'. 731 


H. D.. . 


170 


James. . 


■ • ■ ■ . . 34S. 350 


1 OUverM., 


416 


1 Wei ton, H. A.. 


498 


1 Wenk, Fisher A. 


B.: . 


i 50 











J- '■■' • , ' L 



■.'ii>:v 



>■//■ 



786 



CHRIST CTIUKCiI, I1ARTF0[U). 



Sherman, 
Wetmore. V.'iliiam, 
Wheaton, Xaibaniel S. 



13. 
76 

25S 
276 

3-4 



Wheck-r. 

A.. Mrs.. 

Joseph, . 
White. ' 

George. . 

Jaraei, . 

John J., . 

Sami:el H., 

Wilaani, 
Whitebread, 
WhiLeh'juse, 
Whitiiv?, Calvin. 

Jo::a:hau. 

Leonard, 

Seth. 

Spor.cer. 

Wiiliam, 
Whilloek, Henry. 
Whitman, Benjamin G 
Whitrnore, George H.. 

Harriet B.. 
Whiton, Andrew. 

Frank W., 
Whittaker, S. H.. 
Whitteniore. . 
Whittier, 

Whittlesey. W. F., 
Wickhani, James S.. 
Wilcox, S. W. , 
Wiley, George T., 
WiUiains, Arfred. 

Alfred C. J., 

Au^ustu.-^ H., 

Ezekiel. . 

H. F.. . 

John. . 

O. E.. . 

Thomas S.. 



PaRe. 

C55 

3'^7 

55 
14. 15, 20, 21. 23, 24, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75. 
. loi, 105, 107, no, 250, 251, 252, 255, 256, 
, 259, 261, 267, 269. 270, 272. 273. 274 
, 2S0. 2S1, 2S2, 2S3, 2S4, 2S5. 236, 283 
, 292, 295, 296, 300, 304, 307, 309, 315 
, 370, 37'3. 37S. 3S2, 3<^j, 409, 41S, 419 
449. 450, 493, 494, 504, 505. 507, 52- 



64. 



89, iSo, i32, 1 



6S, 



23. 



ao, 195 



90. 376 



206, 



Ob, 209 



195. 



Of,, 20 ? 



37a. 3 



2S9, 

3!3. 

44'5. 

27. 735 

1 65 

16S 

2o3 

10, 730 



I So 

496 

195 

4)6'. 73 f 

239. 5-0 



>. 54 



209, 



429. 



29') 
1C3 

53 

2H) 
730 
1 S5 

3^5 
62 

4-/' 
49.=S 
4^>5 
49"^ 
493 

497 
61 

511 
465 

495 
435 
416 
429 
497 
465 
50 
732 
733 
= 57 
105 



1- , :f 






IM)KX TO XAMi;;s. 



787 



Williamson, ]-'benex,er, 
V7ili;,s, James, . 
Willson, 
Wilnicrciing, 

Herbert, 
ilsoti, CliailfS E., 

George 1^. , ^frs 

Henry, 43 

Henrv, Mrs., 

^r. \V.. . 
iltoti. . 
ing, John. 

William, 
inni'j, F. D., . 
'iriship, Daniel, 

Walter. . 
inslow, 

inter, Joliii P., 
inthrop, Franeis B., 
itherh, Frederick C. 
olcott, Laura, 

S., 

Tiilcott, . 

Talcott, Mrs., 

W. A., . 
'ollaston, 
oodbridge, 

Deodat, . 

Dudley, . 

Harriet, . 

J. R.. . 

V\'ard, . 
oodruff, O. D., 
oodward. William 
ork.T. J., . 
ren, Christopher, 
'right, Ann, . 

George A., 

Richard, 
yllys. Epiiraim, 



Pane. 



W 



W 

AV 
^\ 

\\ 

W 

w 
w 



w 
w 



w 



•435. 4 



39, 440 



441. 442, 443. 





36 




4iG 




255 




455 




■\)1 




455 




433 


!15. 4 


'^'4. 4;';. 509. 510 




• 449. 505 




3S0 




255 




1S5 




195 




497 




195 




■ 343, 350 




38, 39,41 




495 




85 


4 


50, 504, ;o.S, 512 




261 




1S2 




1S6, 195, 209 




261 




49S 




255 




311 




. 196, 20S 




196 




260 




67 


185, 2f 


16, 30?, 405, 730 




435 




. 3S6, 496 




354, 373, 3S7 




14 




516 




496 




429 




196 



Yale, The<^phih:s. 

Young, . 

E. H., . 
Julius, 
Lewis J., 



•jS: 



72 
254 

497 
400, 496, 731 

• 337. 49'J 



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