|Death: ||Aug. 17, 1787|
Samuel Treat (1696 - 1753)
Ann Clark Treat (____ - 1731)
Frances Bryan Treat (1726 - 1806)*
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Inscriptions on tombstones in Milford, Conn., erected prior to 1800, p. 62:
In memory of
Samuel Treat Esqr
whose piety was early and unaffected
His benevolence pure & universal
In Serving his generatioin constant and unweried As a civil officer. A Minister of God for good Faithful and endearing in friendship An example of conjugal & paternal affection In prospect of a better state He suddenly departed this Life, August the 17th 1787 in the 59th year of his age.
All, All, on earth is shadow, all beyond Is substance, the reverse is folly's creed.
How solid all where change shall be no more.
I hear the Voice! ye dead arise
And to the graves obey
And wakening Saints with joyful eyes
Salute the expected day.
New Haven County
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Find A Grave Memorial# 22049749
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Inscription: In memory of Samuel Treat Esqr whose piety ws early and unaffected His benevolence pure and universal. In serving his generation constant & unweried as a civil officer. A minister of God for good Faithful and endering in friendship, An exa...(Read more)|
Nareen, et al
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The Guardian (inactive)
Added: Oct. 9, 2007