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"EARLY CONNECTICUT MARRIAGES
AS FOUND ON ANCIENT CHURCH RECORDS PRIOR TO 1800,"

Edited by Frederick W. Bailey
New Haven, CT: Bureau of American Ancestry (1896)


THE TOWN OF GREENWICH, BOOK 4, Page 87
Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K. In grateful memory.

The town of Greenwich was settled in 1640. It submitted to Connecticut , 1662. The First Congregational Church in Greenwich was organized in 1670. There are no records of his church prior to 1787. It is said that earlier records were taken to Long Island during the Revolution and never returned. The Second Congregational Church in Greenwich was organized in 1705. The records begin with Rev. Stephen Munson's pastorate, 1728 to 1733. The marriages are as follows:

Joseph Close, Jr., & Unis Hoit, May 29, 1728

Elisha Mead & Mary Brown, Nov. 18, 1728

Benjamin Mead & Martha Ferris, Nov. 28, 1728

Charles Gorman & Rachel Defowe (?). Dec. 30, 1728

Benjamin Brundage of Rye & Elizabeth Brush, Jan. 1, 1728-9

Nathaniel Reynolds & Ruth Purdy, Jan. 29, 1728-9

Thomas Cord (?) of Stamford & Deborah Hait of White Plains, Feb. 5, 1728-9

Theophilus Peck & Elizabeth Mead, Feb. 13, 1728-9

The Rev. Pastor ______ & Susanna Punderson of New Haven, April. 4, 1729

Jacob Rundal & Rebeckah Knap, April 4, 1729

Thomas Close (?) & Hannah Lyon, May 6, 1729

Ebenezer Husted & Sarah Holms, May 13, 1729

Thomas Travis of White Plains * Catherine __________, Sept. 21, 1729

Charles Knap & _________ Wiks (?), Nov.23, 1729

John Benedict & Abigail Reynolds of Norwalk, Nov. 19, 1729

Timothy Canfield Of Ridgefield & Kesia Ferris, Nov. 19, 1729

John Reynolds & Ruth Reynolds, Nov. 19, 1729

Nathaniel Jurgerson (?) of Stamford & Hannah Finch, Nov. 19, 1729

John Finch of North Castle & Elizabeth Reynolds of Horseneck, Dec. 4, 1729

Samuel Foster & Ellen Ducher a (Dutch girl), both of White Plains, Jan. 2, 1729-30

John Newman of Stamford & Elizabeth Finch, April 28, 1730

John Cross & Kezia Blackman, April 22, 1730

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