Bible Record of Henry and Hannah Strong
|as Printed in the NGS Quarterly, Volume 18|
Phinehas and Anne Field joined their hands in wedlock on the 31st day of January A.D. 1805. The marriage covenant was administered by the Rev. John Griswold at Pawlet
Narcissa H. Gregory and Jacob Edgerton, Jr. were married, ceremony by Rev. Fayette Shepherd at Pawlet, Vermont
Martin D. Strong and Betsey S. Fitch were married at Pawlet, Vermont August 20, 1835 by Revd. Elijah W. Plumb.
Phineas H. Strong and Eliza Ann Andrus were married at Pawlet, Vermont September 16, 1844 by Revd. Elijah Hubbard
Ann Field Strong and William Francis Bascom were married at Pawlet, Vermont September 16, 1845, by Revd Elijah W. Plumb
Martin D. Strong and Delia M. Short were married at Albany, New York February 24, 1841 by Revd. Edward D. Allen
Guy C. Strong and Fanny Erwin were married at Ft. Covington, New York December 22, 1851 by Revd Gilbert
Guy C. Strong and Mary Jane Roberts were married in Stockholm, New York September 19, 1853
Helen S. Strong and Moses Porter were married at Middlebury, Tenn, Sun Feby 21st, 1854 by Rev Mr. Kindall
John Wales Strong was married to Janette Knox May 15, 1860. She a remote descendent of John Knox, the Scotch reformer (in a different handwriting.)
|I. Phineas Strong, eldest son of Return and Hannah Strong was born in Pawlet, State of Vermont, on the 14th day of October, A.D. 1781, Sunday
Anne Strong, my wife, eldest daughter of Asa and Anne Field was born in Weathersfield, State of Vermont, on the 9th day of May A.D. 1784, Sunday
Narcissa Henrietta Gregory, who was given us to educate and bring up by Polly Gregory, her mother and which we shall here give the appellation of daughter, was born in Pawlet on 12th day of April, A.D. 1805, Thursday.
Justin Smith Strong, our eldest son was born in Pawlet on the 4th day of April A.D. 1806, Friday
Rollin Field, our second son was born in Pawlet on the 16th day of February A.D. 1808, Tuesday
Martin Dewey, our 3rd son, was born in Pawlet on the 23rd day of December A.D. 1809, Saturday
Gustavus Adolphus, our 4th son, was born in Pawlet on the 12th day of March A.D. 1812, Thursday
Return George, our 5th son, was born in Pawlet on the 16th day of March A.D. 1814, Wednesday
John Wales, our 6th son, was born in Pawlet on the 10th day of September A.D. 1815, Sunday
Phinehus Harmon, our 7th son, was born in Pawlet on the 16th day of August A.D. 1817, Saturday
Anne Field, our 8th child and daughter was born at Pawlet on the 22nd day of October A.D. 1819, Friday
Guy Chandler, our 9th child and 8th son, was born at Pawlet on the 22nd day of January A.D. 1822, Tuesday
Helen Sophia, our 10th child and 2nd daughter was born at Pawlet on the 2nd day of February A.D. 1824, Monday
|Justin S. Strong, our eldest son, died 18th May, 1833 at Ft. Plain, N.Y.
Rollin F. Strong, our 2nd son, died February 14, 1835 at Middleport, N.Y from an attack of typhus fever.
Phineas Strong Sr. died at Pawlet, Vermont May 7, 1839, aged 57 years, 6 months 23 days
Return G. Strong died at New Orleans, Louisiana July 8, 1848, aged 34 years, 3 months, 23 days
Anne Field Strong, widow of Phineas Strong, deceased, died at Utica, New York, October 10, 1851, aged 67 years and 5 months
Helen Sophia Strong, wife of Dr. Moses Porter, died at Dawagiac, Michigan, October 2, 1863 at 4 1/2 p.m. of throat disease aged 39 years, 8 months.
Gustavus Aldolphus Strong, died October 1877
Martin Dewey Strong died at Battle Creek, Michigan, July 1879
John Wales Strong died at Cincinnati, Ohio, December 23, 1879
Narcissa Gregory, wife of Jacob Edgerton, died at (incomplete)
Phineas Harmon Strong died at Buffalo N.Y. February 10, 1890
Anna Field Strong, wife of William Franklin Bascom, died at Aurora, West Virginia, December 15, 1890 at 11:15 pm of catarrhal pneumonia; aged 71 years 11 months 23 days
Guy Chandler Strong died at Arvada, Colorado February 7, 1891 of heart disease, aged 69 years, and 16 days. He was buried at Kansas City, Missouri.
|Hon. Phineas Strong was a prosperous merchant of Pawlet, Vermont and several times a member of the Vermont legislature.
His wife, Anne Field was daughter of Asa Field, Rev. soldier from Northfield, Mass . Asa Field was son of Ebenezer Field.
Ebenezer Field, son of Zechariah Field and Sarah (Mattoon) born in Northfield, Mass, June 11, 1717, a physician soldier in the French and Indian Was 1748 and 1750; died April 9, 1759. He married Abigail, daughter of William and Abegail (Edwards) Holton of Northfield, born August 14, 1720
Children of Ebenezer Field and Abigail Edwards
William b. November 25, 1744
Dinah b. January 26, 1746/7 m. December 19, 1775 Charles Bowen of Charleston, New Hampshire
Jesse b. November 23, 1749
Luck b. December 23, 1751; d. June 9, 1812
Levi b. April 25, 1755; Rev Soldier 1779
Asa b. November 9, 1757; Rev Soldier 1779