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Blodgett and Hugeback Families, pages Valentine, his son, Timothy, and his grandson, John Gano Wightman, except for the pastorate of the Reverend Daniel Fisk, served the church until Wightman, served as pastor of the church from until Ten years after it was built a road was surveyed and laid out from Pawcatuck Bridge to Voluntown line, which passed this church.
Daniel Brown and Thomas Holmes gave the land for the meeting house. Elder Wait Palmer received no support from the church. He owned a farm of ninety acres. He was a plain man, common education, yet of strong, vigorous intellect, of sound practical sense.
Elder Palmer was an active patriot of the Revolutionary War. The original building was at a site just south of our current church building. The congregation soon outgrew the original church, however, and ina new meeting house was built at the top of Pendleton Hill.
The building still serves the members today.
She was born November 28,in Stonington. They had six sons and two daughters. After becoming convinced that infant baptism was not scriptural, he was baptized by the Reverend Wait Palmer in He was baptized at night in the Willimantic River due to the great opposition to his views.
Sightler Morgan Edwards wrote: Joseph Breed, whose mother was a Palmer, was also born in Stonington, Connecticut. They were married in Westerly, Rhode Island, in He was acquainted with George Whitefield, and caught much of the zeal of that famous itinerate.
Most of their children were born in New London. They had six daughters and five sons. He later moved to Sandisfield, Massachusetts, where he died in July of General History of the Baptist Denomination, Vol. InPalmer working with emancipated slave and newly-converted George Leile who would become the first ordained African Baptist pastor in Georgia assisted in the formation of an African congregation in Silver Bluff, South Carolina, on the Galphin Plantation, located near Savannah, Georgia.
He was a powerful preacher. Brother Palmer Wait came again and wished us to beg Master to let him preach to us, and he came frequently. There were eight of us now, who had found the great blessing and mercy from the Lord, and my wife was one of them, and Brother Jesse Peter Galphin.
Brother Palmer Wait appointed Saturday evening to hear what the Lord had done for us, and next day, he baptized us in the mill stream. Then I David George began to exhort in the Church and learned to sing hymns. Afterwards the church advised with Brother Palmer Wait about my speaking to them, and keeping them together.
So I David George was appointed to the office of an elder, and received instruction from Brother Palmer how to conduct myself. I proceeded in this way till the American War was coming on, when the Ministers were not allowed to come amongst us, lest they should furnish us with too much knowledge.
The graves were located on Col. Many fervent New Lights concluded that it was impossible to reform established churches from within. They resolved to start new churches. Their favorite verse of scripture was II Cor.
He married Rebecca on November 27,in Tolland, Connecticut. She was born circa At the age of thirty-nine, he heard George Whitefield preach, caught his glowing spirit, and fully believed with many others, including his friend, Joseph Breed, who had also been affected by the ministry of the Reverend Whitefield.
She was born in Windsor on March 29, Hannah died ingiving birth to their son, Daniel. Marshall and Breed remained in Onnaquaggy, east central New York, for eighteen months and then were forced to move to a place in Pennsylvania called Conococheague for a short stay.
The move was caused by the strife among the Indians caused by the French and English struggle and attempts to gain the support of various tribes.
This disrupted their work and threatened their families.I conduct soft skills training and outbound training for Corporates and individuals. To enhance creativity we motivate the participants to .
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