1765, Mar 171834, Aug 7
an early citizen of Middlebury, Connecticut. He owned a saw mill, and was one of the early members of the Middlebury Congregational Church. Before living in Middlebury, he had lived in Southbury, Connecticut. In Middlebury, he was an owner of a saw mill on Eight Mile Brook near his house. Today, all that remains of this mill are the granite foundations, although his house is still standing. He joined the Middlebury Congregational Church on March 22, 1796, approximately a month after its founding. He was elected and served as Deacon from 1799 until his death in 1834.
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