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Rev Samuel Mather

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Rev Samuel Mather

Birth
Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Death
18 Mar 1728 (aged 77)
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
Burial
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
Plot
Sec 5
Memorial ID
20844294 View Source

Here lyeth Buryed ye Rev'D MR Sam'll Mather, Pastor of ye Church of Christ in Windsor, who dyed March ye 18th Anno Domini 1727-8. AEtatis Sui 77.

Note: Rev. Samuel Mather was the son of Timothy Mather, Esq., and grandson of Rev. Richard Mather, of Dorchester. He was graduated at Harvard College 1671, and went from Branford to Windsor 1681, where he united the two societies which for 13 years previous has been under the pastoral charge of Messrs. Woodbridge and Chauncey, the sucessors of Mr. Warham. He married Hannah (Treat), the daughter of Hon. Robert Treat, of Milford, Gov'r of the Colony of Connecticut. He was father of Dr. Samuel Mather, who died in Windsor Feb'r 6, 1745 and of Rev. Azariah Mather, who died at Seabrooke, AD 1737.

Served as a founding trustee of Yale from October 16, 1701 to May 21, 1724 [http://guides.library.yale.edu/c.php?g=296064&p=1976265]

Here lyeth Buryed ye Rev'D MR Sam'll Mather, Pastor of ye Church of Christ in Windsor, who dyed March ye 18th Anno Domini 1727-8. AEtatis Sui 77.

Note: Rev. Samuel Mather was the son of Timothy Mather, Esq., and grandson of Rev. Richard Mather, of Dorchester. He was graduated at Harvard College 1671, and went from Branford to Windsor 1681, where he united the two societies which for 13 years previous has been under the pastoral charge of Messrs. Woodbridge and Chauncey, the sucessors of Mr. Warham. He married Hannah (Treat), the daughter of Hon. Robert Treat, of Milford, Gov'r of the Colony of Connecticut. He was father of Dr. Samuel Mather, who died in Windsor Feb'r 6, 1745 and of Rev. Azariah Mather, who died at Seabrooke, AD 1737.

Served as a founding trustee of Yale from October 16, 1701 to May 21, 1724 [http://guides.library.yale.edu/c.php?g=296064&p=1976265]


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