Rev. Jonathan Edwards, President of Nassau Hall, died of the small pox, March 22, 1748, and was buried March 24th.

Esther Burr, wife of Rev. Aaron Burr, died at Princeton, April 7, 1758, of a short illness, aged 26.

Sarah Edwards, wife of Jonathan Edwards, died Oct. 2, 1758, about 12 o'clock, and was buried at Princeton the day following.

Elizabeth Edwards, daughter of Jonathan and Sarah, died at Northampton, Jan. 1, 1762, aged 14.


Lucy Woodbridge died at Stockbridge in Oct. 1786, aged 50.

Rev. Jonathan Edwards, D. D. died at Schenectady, Aug. 1, 1801, aged

Susannah Porter died at Hadley, in the spring of 1802, aged 61.
Sarah Parsons died at Goshen, Mass. May 15, 1805, aged 76.
Mary Dwight died at Northampton, Feb. 1807, aged 72.
Timothy Edwards died at Stockbridge in the autumn of 1813, aged 75.
Eunice Hunt died at Newbern, N. Č. in the autumn of 1822, aged 79.
Pierrepont Edwards died at Bridgeport, April 14, 1826, aged 76.

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2. Esther, born May 17, 1752, died at Stockbridge, Nov. 17, 1774.
3. Elihu, born Dec. 9, 1753, married Rhoda Hinsdale of Lenox. He
died at Goshen in Aug. 1804. They had 6 children.

4. Eliphalet, born Jan. 1756; married Martha Young of Long Island.
He died at Chenango, N. Y. in Jan. 1813. They had 5 children.

5. Lydia, born Jan. 15, 1757; married Aaron Ingersoll of Lee. They had 4 children.

6. Lucretia, born Aug. 3, 1759; married Rev. Justin Parsons of Pittsfield, Vt. She died at Goshen in Dec. 1786. They had 1 child.

7. Sarah, born Sept. 8, 1760; married David Ingersoll of Lee, Dec. 13, 1781. They had 13 children.

8. Lucy, born Oct. 14, 1762; married Joshua Ketchum. They had 3 children.

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11. Jerusha, born May, 1766; married Ira Seymour of Victor, N. Y. They have had 5 children.

11. Jerusha, died unmarried, at the age of 17.

Rev. Aaron Burr, married June 29, 1752. They lived at Newark, III. {Esther Edwards, and Princeton.


1. Sarah, born May 3, 1754; married Hon. Tapping Reeve of Litch-
field, Conn. They had 1 child, Aaron Burr Reeve.

2. Hon. Aaron Burr, Vice President of the Uuited States, born Feb. 6,
1756; married Mrs. Theodosia Prevost. They had one daughter.
(Timothy Dwight, Esq. married Nov. 8, 1750. They lived at
Mary Edwards,
Northampton. He died at Natchez, in


1776; and she, in Feb. 1807, at Northampton.

Children 13.

1. Rev. Timothy Dwight, DD., LL. D., President of Yale College, born May 14, 1752; married Mary, the daughter of Benjamin Wool


sey, Esq. of Dorsous, L. I. They had 7 children. He died at New Haven, Jan. 11, 1817.

2. Sereno Edwards Dwight, M. D., born 1753; married Miss Lyman. They had 2 children. He was lost at sea, on the coast of Nova Scotia, in 1779.

3. Jonathan Dwight, born 1755; married Miss Wright. They had 2 children. He died in 180-.

4. Erastus Dwight, born 1756; died, unmarried, in 1825.

5. Maurice William Dwight, M. D., born in 1758; married Margaret Dewitt. They had 2 children.

6. Sarah, born May 29, 1760; married Seth Storrs of Northampton. She died at Northampton, in 1805.

7. Hon. Theodore Dwight, born in 1762; married Abbey Alsop. They have 3 children.

8. Mary, born in 1764; married Lewis R. Morris. They had 1 child. 9. Delia, born in 1766; married Jonathan Edwards Porter, Esq. They had 3 children.

10. Nathaniel Dwight, M. D., born in 1769; married Miss Robbins. They have 4 children.

11. Elizabeth, born in 1771; married William W. Woolsey, Esq. They had 8 children. She died at New-Haven in the autumn of 1812. 12. Cecil Dwight, born June 10, 1774; married Mary Clap. They have had 11 children.

13. Henry Edwin Dwight, born in 1776; married Electa Keyes. They had 6 children.

{Lahleel Woodbridge, Esq. married June 1764. They lived at Stock

V. Lucy Edwards,

Children, 7.


1. Jonathan Woodbridge, Esq., born 1766; married Sarah Meach. They had 8 children.

2. Stephen, born 1778, and had several children.

3. Joseph Woodbridge, Esq., born in 1770; married Louisa Hopkins. They had 4 children.

4. Lucy, born in 1772; married Henry Brown. They had 9 or 10 children.

5. John Woodbridge, Esq.

6. Sarah, married a Mr. Leicester of Griswold, Conn. children.

7. Rey Timothy Woodbridge, of Green River, N. Y.

They had 5

Hon. Timothy Edwards, married Sept. 25, 1760. They lived ai

VI. Rhoda Ogden,

Children 15. Two died young. 1. Sarah. 2. Edward. 3. Jonathan. 4. Richard. 5. Phebe. 6. William. 7. Robert Ogden. 8. Timothy. 9. Mary Qgden. 10. Rhoda. 11. Mary. 12. Anna. 13. Robert. S Eleazar Porter, Esq. VII. {Susannah Edwards,

Children 5.

1. Eleazar. 2. William. 3. Thomas Pollock, Esq. Eunice Edwards,


Children 5.

1. Elizabeth, married

2. Hester, died unmarried.

3. Thomas Pollock, Esq.

married Sept. 1761. They lived at Hadley.

Jonathan Edwards. 4. Moses. 5. Pierrepont married Jan. 1764. They lived at ElizSabethtown, N. J.

Williams Esq.

4. Frances, married John Deveraux, Esq. They have 3 children.

5. George Pollock, Esq.


(Rev. Jonathan Edwards, DD.

President of Union College,
Sarah Porter,

Children 4. One died young.

married in 1770. They lived at New-Haven, and Schenectady.

1. Mary, married Mr. Hoit, of Schenectady.

2. Jonathan Walter Edwards, Esq. Married Elizabeth Tryon. 3. Jerusha, married Rev. Calvin Chapin D. D. of Stepney.

X. Elizabeth. Died unmarried, at the age of 14.


(Hon. Pierrepont Edwards, married May, 1769. They lived at
Frances Ogden,

Children 10. Of whom 4 died in infancy.

1. Susan, married Samuel W. Johnson, Esq. They have had 6 children. 2. Hon. John Starkes Edwards, married Louisa Morris. They had 3 children.

3. Hon. Henry Waggerman Edwards, married Lydia Miller. They have had 8 children.

4. Hon. Ogden Edwards, married Harriet Penfield. They had 10 children.

5. Alfred Edwards, married Deborah Glover.

6. Henrietta Frances, married Eli Whitney, Esq. They had 4 children.



1731. God glorified in Man's Dependence; A Sermon on 1 Cor. i. 29–31. Boston.

1734. A Divine and Supernatural Light imparted to the Soul by the Spirit of God; A Sermon on Matt. xvi. 17. Boston.

1735. (Probably.) Curse ye Meroz; A Sermon on Judges v. 33. (This I have not found.)

1736. Narrative of Surprising Conversions. London.

1738. Five Discourses, prefixed to the first American edition of the preceding. Boston.

1741. Sinners in the hands of an angry God; A Sermon on Deut. xxxii. 35. Boston.

1741. Sorrows of the Bereaved spread before Jesus; A Sermon at the funeral of the Rev. William Williams, on Matt. xiv. 12. Boston.

1741. Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the True Spirit; A Sermon on 1 John iv. 1, preached at New Haven, Sept. 10, 1741. Boston. 1742. Thoughts on the Revival of religion in New England in 1740. Boston. 1743. The Watchman's Duty and Account; A Sermon on Heb. xiii. 17, at the Ordination of the Rev. Jonathan Judd. Boston. 1744. The True Excellency of a Gospel Minister; A Sermon on John v. 35, at the Ordination of the Rev. Robert Abercrombie. Boston.

1746. Treatise on Religious Affections. Boston. 1747. True Saints, when absent from the body, present with the Lord; A Sermon on 2 Cor. v. 8, at the Funeral of Rev. David Brainerd. Boston. 1748. God's awful Judgments in breaking the Strong Rods of Community; A Sermon on the death of Col. John Stoddard. Boston.

1749. Life and Diary of the Rev. David Brainerd. Boston.

1749. Christ the Example of Gospel Ministers; A Sermon on John xiii. 15, 16, at the Ordination of the Rev. Job Strong. Boston.

1749. Qualifications for Full Communion in the Visible Church. Boston.


1750. Farewell Sermon to the People of Northampton. Boston.

1752. True Grace distinguished from the Experience of Devils; A Sermon on James ii. 19, before the Synod of Newark. New York.

1754. On the Freedom of the Will.

1758. On Original Sin. Boston.


1765. Eighteen Sermons, annexed to the Life by Dr. Hopkins. Boston. 1177. The History of Redemption. Edinburgh.

1788. Nature of Virtue. Boston.

1788. God's Last End in the Creation. In the same pamphlet as the preceding.

1788. Practical Sermons. Edinburgh.

1789. Twenty Sermons. Edinburgh.

1793. Miscellaneous Observations. Edinburgh.

1796. Miscellaneous Remarks. Edinburgh.

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