Joseph Cary (1663 - 1722) MP

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Nicknames: "Carey"
Birthplace: Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony
Death: Died in Windham, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Occupation: Deacon
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About Joseph Cary

When a young man he went to Norwich, Connecticut and became one of the proprietors of Windham. Feb. 9, 1694 he bought 1,000 acres of land for 10 pounds nine shillings. He took position with the first men of the town in civil and ecclesiastical affairs, and was chosen repeatedly to serve in the most improtant offices, civil, military and religious; was one of the original members of the First Congregational Church of Windham, and at its organization, Dec. 19, 1700, was chosen Deacon and held the office until his death. So highly was he esteemed that he was buried under arms which was a very unusual occurence

- from "John Cary: The Plymouth Pilgim" by Seth Cooley Cary

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Lt. Joseph Cary's Timeline

1663
April 18, 1663
Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony
1687
1687
Age 23
Norwich,New London,CT
1689
May 5, 1689
Age 26
Norwich, Connecticut
1691
July 12, 1691
Age 28
Norwich,,Connecticut,USA
1692
1692
Age 28
Windham, Windham, CT
1693
March 4, 1693
Age 29
Windham, Windham, CT
1695
January 23, 1695
Age 31
Windham, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1697
July 29, 1697
Age 34
Windham, Windham, CT
1700
April 14, 1700
Age 36
Windham, Windham, CT
1722
January 10, 1722
Age 58
Windham, New London County, Connecticut Colony